ROMOSS Micro-USB Built-In Safety Power Bank

Last updated: January 7, 2022

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Product Details

In our analysis of 21 expert reviews, the ROMOSS Micro-USB Built-In Safety Power Bank placed 7th when we looked at the top 13 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Incredible Charging Speed Advanced charging technology to ensure the fastest possible charge up to 3A. Never Let Your Game Down Want to enjoy a game-playing time while the phone’s battery is dead ? Use your emergency battery pack for power supply. Safe Airplane Travels Safe travel, in line with boarding standards, can be taken directly to the plane. ROMOSS Sense 8+ Charge 3 Devices at The Same Time Simultaneous Charging of 3 Devices via 3 Outputs, Sense8+ is a good friend for party or gaming. 3 Inputs and Outputs Most flexible ways to recharge via 3 different inputs. ( Micro USB, L i g h t n i n g, and Type-C ) What You Get You can download English Manual at Technical Specification section of this listing

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

The Romoss Sense 8+ is indeed a good buy, with its massive battery capacity, Fit-charge technology, and very reasonable asking price, not to mention the ability to charge multiple devices at the same time.
You can charge the powerbank fast using a QC3.0 charger and the powerbank can charge devices that support QC3.0 fast. The device is rated to charge fully in 11hrs using an 18W QC 3.0 charger but in my experience charging was completed in 8 - 9hrs.
The model is as a backup power source for long trips. Allows you to simultaneously charge up to three devices with a total current of up to 3.5A at 5V. I was pleased with the efficiency at the output of almost 22,500 mAh at a discharge of 5 V / 2A.
The Sense 8 Plus is basically the Sense 8 but with improved features like the Sense 6 Plus. It has two USB type-A output ports (Double Lightning and Fit) and a bi-directional (input and output) USB Type-C Fit port. Lastly, there are two input ports (Lightning and micro USB).

What reviewers didn't like

Because of its size and weight, it is not something that you can carry around with your hands.
At over 600 grams, this power bank isn't so portable. Personally I don't carry it around because of this. It stays at home all the time. Considering I have quite a stash of micro USB and USB Type C cable, this doesn't really bother me but might bother others.
The dimensions and weight could be attributed to the minuses.
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