PowerTraveller PowerGorilla

Designed to power just about anything, the PowerGorilla effortlessly charges across 5v, 8.4v, 9.5v, 12v, 16v, 19v and 24v, meaning you can charge everything from your laptop, iPad, tablet, GroPro, sports watch and e-Reader through to your iPhone, Android or Windows phone. The PowerGorilla powers them all and more! Utilising the most advanced High Density Lithium Polymer  battery, a durable aluminium casing with rubber side grips you have a serious portable power bank built to last!

Charging times

The Powergorilla laptop charger will provide around 2-5 hours of power, depending on how powerhungry your laptop is and up to 20 hours on other devices. With its massive 6 x 3500 mAh battery this portable charger means business.

Thanks to its one touch operation the Power Gorilla is easy to use. All you have to do is select the voltage you require, connect your device and the PowerGorilla will do the rest. Clever design means daisy-chaining is possible i.e. Charge multiple devices simultaneously or charge your device, whilst recharging your PowerGorilla.  

Safety features

Built-in auto voltage detection ensures the powergorilla will automatically detect the voltage level so you don't damage your device. The permanent 'always on' feature allows the PowerGorilla to detect when its been connected and provide you the option to keep it on so it can charge the device. 

Further information:

  • Adapters supplied for most major laptop and mobile brands (Apple MagSafe and iPad connector not included)
  • Provides 2-6 hours of laptop/notebook power
  • Charge via AC mains or the the sun using the Solargorilla (not supplied)
  • Multi-voltage functionality and simultaneous charging via 5v USB
  • '88' function - by selecting 8.8, the USB will be permanently locked on
  • Supplied with neoprene storage case

Specifications

Device powergorilla
Weight 700 grams
Dimensions 215 x 130 x 17 mm
Battery Type HD Lithium Polymer Rechargeable
Battery Capacity 6 x 3500mAh
Output voltage 5v - 24v


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