EnerPlex Jumpr Slate 5K Emergency Power Bank
The more I use this device, the more I fall in love with it. It’s very thin, lightweight and durable.
Included in the Box:
Jumpr Slate 5K Power Bank
USB to Micro USB cable
First out of the box, you can’t help but notice how well thought out this design is. The holes along the side will allow you to attach it to either a binder or carabiner. Anywhere you carry this, because of its design, you probably will forget you even have it with you.
The biggest plus that sets this device apart from all the others, is the built in micro SD cable. No need to carry (and lose) you own cable.
1 – USB output port 5,100 mAH/2.4 amp
1 – Micro USB input for charging the device
9.8 x 5.5 x 0.9 inches
My criteria when looking for emergency power is:
1. Charging my Galaxy S3
2. Charging my Black Diamond Rechargeable Headlamp
3. Being able to have reserve power from a power bank.
#1 Charging the Jumpr Slate
I plugged the Jumpr into a wall socket to charge. Surprisingly it only took about 4 1/2 hours to fully charge.
#2 Charging the Black Diamond Headlamp
I ran the headlamp down to 0 percent, plugged it into the Jumpr. It fully charged in about 6 hours (the Black Diamond is notorious for slow charging so disregard the time).
#3 Charging the Galaxy S3
Without recharging the Jumpr SLate, I then plugged in my S3 after running it down to 10 percent. It brought the S3 up to 92 percent.
The Jumpr Slate 5K was able to charge the Headlamp fully and the S3 to 92 percent all from one charge of the Jumpr.
Charging my Samsung Tab 7
I decided to see how well it did with charging my tablet. I ran the tablet down to 10%. I was able to charge it up to 90 percent.
I have thoroughly enjoyed the EnerPlex Jumpr Slate 5K Power Bank. If you’re looking for a lightweight, thin and dependable power supply, then look no further.
Small, thin and lightweight.
Plenty of power (5,000 mAH, 2.4 Amp out)
Holes along the side to secure it.
Built-in micro SD cable