There's a new sheriff in town It's Capella Andromedia! First of all, I would like to thank Capella Philippines for sending us this powerbank for review! Now we go to the unboxing and full review!
|Standard Issue Retail Packaging|
together with the factory charged Power Bank. Before I forget, I suggest use the battery first carefully to discharge the power bank for efficient and optimized future use.
|Unloaded to see closely.|
Surprisingly, this power bank is quite unique from the other power banks that we see around today. When I held this power bank, it has the same rubberized paint that i used before on my DIY projects. The design is very much like a flask (Whiskey Container). Pretty sure that this device can withstand bumps and nicks in time.
|The design reminds of a flask that i used to have in my bag.|
|Back details of the Andromedia powerbank goldie!|
|Extended view to see the light Indicator|
- Rated Input: DC 5V, 1A
- Rated Output: DC 5V. Max 2.1A
- Capacity: 6,600 mAh
- Battery Type: Lithium-Ion
- Charging Time: 0-6 Hours
- Lifespan: Charge to 100% up to 500 times
Upon inspection, the Capella Andromedia powerbank performs properly and delivers good current to your mobile phone. Mission capable I'd say. I was able to charged my iPOD 5.5 Gen, Smart Watch and a phone packed with 2800 mAH of capacity. Upon observation, it charges the devices quickly and efficiently without a hitch! Charging the whole power bank for 5.5hrs to 6hrs using 1A charger from Apple iPhone 5 after draining the power bank. I'm assuming that inside the power bank is a High Drain Li-Ion 18650 from Panasonic. It behaves based from my observation and experience with Panasonic 18650 batteries. Aside from that I felt that the powerbank has full range performance unlike other powerbanks that only has 80-90% of its said capacity.
This power bank is not that large or not that small or compact. However, it packs some heat for a 6600 mAh capacity powerbank. This powerbank is good enough for my everyday use compared to my Lenovo powerbank that's quite large in size for its capacity.
Source: Capella Philippines