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  • [VIDEO] RavPower Wireless QI Charging Pad w/ 4800 mAh Capacity Battery

    So what is this product? Is it:

    1. A wireless QI charging pad that has a 4800mAh battery.

    or

    2. A 4800mAh potable charger with a QI wireless charging pad.

    It functions like 2 products in one. All can be explain in the video below. This product is currently sold on Amazon for $56.99 shipped.

    Purchase Here:

    http://bit.ly/PyBmoF





    This article was originally published in forum thread: [VIDEO] RavPower Wireless QI Charging Pad w/ 4800 mAh Capacity Battery started by Chris Rodriguez View original post
    Comments 5 Comments
    1. cjreyes666's Avatar
      cjreyes666 -
      So how is the battery working for you? I might buy it the reviews are pretty good.
    1. Chris Rodriguez's Avatar
      Chris Rodriguez -
      Still working pretty well. We've had to use it on several occasions while out and about.
    1. Brian Grossman's Avatar
      Brian Grossman -
      Great review! I just received mine from Amazon today and have a question about turning the power off. The poorly written instructions say that it will power down automatically after fifty seconds. I timed it and it does power down automatically, but only after five minutes. How long does it take for yours to power down?

      Thanks
    1. Chris Rodriguez's Avatar
      Chris Rodriguez -
      It takes about 5 minutes to turn off. Maybe the question is how long after a device has reached 100% charge does it take to turn off though.
    1. Brian Grossman's Avatar
      Brian Grossman -
      That's an excellent question. As far as I can tell, i don't think it turns off after the device is fully charged. I could be wrong, but it seems to stay on. The manual is useless.

      Thanks for clearing up the five minute turn-off issue. The instructions clearly state "50 seconds", which I figured had to be a mistake. I timed it and it takes just a hair under five minutes.
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