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06-02-2017, 11:34
What does everyone suggest for a power pack?

06-02-2017, 11:46
Anker. Get size you need. My 10,000 gives about 3 iphone6 charges.

06-02-2017, 14:03
Anker for sure. Best out there for the price. I would recommend 10,000 mAh unless you have a lot of devices.

06-02-2017, 15:06
For the AT, I've never needed anything bigger then a 4800 mAh pack, which are reasonably small, light and cheap. But I'm a modest user of the phone's air time and it's either off or in airplane mode most of the time. I don't actually use my power pack very often.

I suppose for the "typical" phone user, a 10,000 mAh pack is a better choice to guarantee you always have juice.

06-02-2017, 15:31
If using smartphone for guthooks app, photos and music 10,000 anker works well for about 2.5 charges on iPhone 7+....airplane mode always

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06-02-2017, 22:14
I also use the Anker 10,000mAh and can charge my Samsung s5 from 10%-15% to 100% twice and my Inreach SE 25% to 100% one time. Weights in at 6.5oz so it is not to heavy.

06-03-2017, 23:51
I use the Anker 3000 mAh pack. Weighs like 3 ounces and gives me a full charge. I don't really use my phone that much though, so you might need more.

06-06-2017, 11:29
Here is a video review of the Anker: http://youtu.be/G_0lWYg7Y0k

Here is a video review of a Rav Power: http://youtu.be/RQ1vskxq-kU

You have to figure how many mAH you desire 1st and then pick the company you like at the price you're willing to pay. I settled on 10,000 mAH and felt the Anker best met size and weight issues. I just wish I could have gotten it at the Rav Power Price!

06-06-2017, 16:51
Anker 10K here myself. Just can't beat the reviews on it.