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    An ultra rugged, compact 9,000mAh backup battery with integrated Bluetooth tracking, located with Tile®. It's fully loaded with fast charging, USB C & USB A ports, military-grade drop-resistance, and ambient-light sensing technology. Designed to keep you powered on extended expeditions.

    • 3.5X iPhone 7 charges + 3A high output
    • 1.2M Mil-spec drop protection
    • Located with Tile® - Bluetooth tracking

  • Why we built it
    To make the most advanced PowerPack.
  • Materials
    • Dow Dupont polycarbonate frame & TPU rubber exterior
    • Mortise and tenon joints
    • Panasonic lithium battery
    • 13.5cm x 7.5cm x 2.5cm
  • Technical
    • Capacity: 9,000mAh (29.6wh)
    • Input: USB C 5V/3.0A (cable included)
    • Output 1: USB A 5V/2.4A
    • Output 2: USB C 5V/3A - 12V/2A with Fast Charge technology
  • Devices
    • iPhone 5 through iPhone X
    • iPad (4th Generation +)
    • iPad Mini (All generations)
    • iPod Touch
    • Android Type C and Micro USB phones and tablets
    • Most Micro USB Devices
    • PowerPack supports USB C, but it does not support USB PD (Power Delivery) so it will only trickle charge your 2016 Macbook.
  • Certifications
    USB 2.0, CE, FCC, UN38.3, RoHS, The Tile and Tile design are trademarks of Tile, Inc.
  • Can I use the Fast Charge USB C port for my iPhone?
    Yes, Apple sells a USB C to Lightning cable, but currently, they do not allow any third party brands to sell this type of cable. Note that while our FASTCHARGE technology ensures your iPhone charges at the fastest possible speed, the iPhone itself limits the charging speed to 1.5A (normal iPhone chargers are only 1A, so you will notice our PowerPack is faster than your standard wall charger.)
  • Does PowerPack come with a USB C cable?
    Yes, it comes with a USB A to USB C Cable, so you can charge it up from any USB A port. Please note, USB A is limited to 2.4A (which is still very fast), but to get the full 3.0A input, you need to use a USB C to USB C cable with a compatible USB C wall charger. For example, the one shipped with the 12" Macbook is compatible, as well as the USB C wall plugs shipped with most higher-end Androids today.


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