Tesla Powerbank

A Tesla supercharger for your phone!

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Tesla Powerbank is a 3350mAh battery with integrated USB and Apple lightning and detachable micro USB.

Probably not the best option in the market but it sure looks nice with the Tesla aesthetics. The integrated usb and lightning is great too.

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51 Reviews1.0/5

As more and more consumers purchase USB-C devices, the need for a USB-C compatible charger becomes the norm. That coupled with the fact that phones are shipping with large capacity batteries, this Tesla charger would be lucky to charge an average phone once before going flat. You couldn't even charge an iPad Pro let alone a standard iPad with this, it's basically useless.

Very disappointing from Tesla, to say the least. It's just releasing a product with a known brand name for the sake of marketing, not actual usefulness. I've received powerbanks like this for free at tech conferences with similar power capacity. If you want a decent portable battery, get an AUKEY 30000mAh or Anker PowerCore+ 20100 which both support USB-C and can charge many devices before needing to be replenished. And, those aforementioned chargers will only cost you a little bit more monetary wise than the Tesla battery which is way overpriced for what it is.

Love you Elon and Tesla, but this is embarassing.

Pros:

It looks nice

Cons:

No USB-C and capacity is low. Does not compete with the standard set by the likes of Anker. Way too expensive.

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Kesava Mandiga
Curious cat. Writer. Explorer.

A Tesla product is expected to be innovative, high-performing and aesthetically pleasing. This checks two of three boxes as there is no real innovation. A huge minus is that it doesn't have a USB Type-C port for the growing list of Android smartphones that sport one.

Pros:

Looks cool!

Cons:

No USB Type-C

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Johan Le BrayFull Stack Developer, Shopmium

Tesla is seen as the world leader for the future of batteries and energy consumption, we could hope for something better than a mere branded gadget powerbank

Pros:

It's Tesla, the design is nice, got integrated ports

Cons:

Only 3350 mAh, and no USB type C

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Rajat SinhaProduct Manager, LenDenClub

What more?

Pros:

Design is pretty cool.

Cons:

3350 is way too low for a powerbank.

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Reony Tonneyck
Product Designer & EV Advocate

Only 1 charge for my phone. Only 1.5A output

Pros:

Nice design

Cons:

No USB-C, no Quick Charge

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MikelWorking to avoid decay and disorder

No USB-C port is a major negative.

Pros:

Beautiful design

Cons:

No USB-C

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would consider if it was cheaper

Pros:

looks epic

Cons:

too much

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Jarod Stewart
Sr. Software Engineer, Yonomi

I would buy if they had usb-c and maybe larger then 4k mAh capacity battery

Pros:

Cool look

Cons:

usb-c !!??

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Sorry Tesla, it's not "that" unique which is what the world kind of expects from you these days

Pros:

Looks cool

Cons:

Not "that" unique

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$45 for a 3350mAh battery bank? No thanks. Seems like a Tesla fanboy accessory rather than a competitive power pack.

Pros:

Well, it's got Tesla branding

Cons:

Too much moola

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Kiran Vemuri
Learn. Share. Explore.

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Pros:

Design

Cons:

* Low capacity

* Expensive

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zachstudent boy

Its got a cool design but doesn't stand up against cheaper, higher capacity batteries from Anker or Mophie

Pros:

Cool design

Cons:

Way too low capacity for the price.

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Paul LeBreton NasaCEO/Director Lockheed-Martin Aeronautics

I Have Been A Fan Of Elon Musk & Tesla Since The Intro Of The First Roadster; And Wow -- Just Look At It's Latest Iteration !!

Pros:

It Works Great, I Presume

Cons:

Can't Think Of Any, Off-Hand

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This isn't really a charger you'd actually use. Instead you would buy this product to support Tesla and Elon Musk.

Pros:

Looks Great

Cons:

Low Capacity

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