Price and specifications
ROMOSS PIE 10 Premium power bank

Battery capacity 10 000 mAh
Charging time 5.5 h
Quick Charge No
Weight 217 g
Output interfaces Standard USB

Power banks ROMOSS PIE 10 Premium

Release DateJuly 2017
Availability On sale
Brand ROMOSS
Model PIE 10 Premium

Romoss Pie 10 Premium by Luminous Spectrum Youtube review

Description: If you’re a forgetful person in terms of plugging out your power bank from the charger, this Romoss Pie 10 can really help you. This 10,000mAh power capacity device features an over-charge & short circuit protection which will cut the power automatically when the power bank is fully charged. It has the usual dual outputs of 2.1A. Because it's made of glossy plastic, it’s resistant to scratches, but it makes it look cheap. Just like other power banks, it has a battery indicator to tell you how much battery is left in the device. Sadly, the manual is in Chinese only.

Pros

  • 10,000mAh battery life
  • Employs over-charge protection & short circuit protection
  • Sports dual outputs
  • Input/output 2.1A
  • Scratch resistant
  • Has battery indicator

Cons

  • Body is from glossy plastic
  • User’s manual is in Chinese

Photos

Device

Construction PC-ABS
Color White, Black

Battery

Battery Type Li-Ion
Battery capacity 10000 mAh
Charging time 5.5 h (hours)

Interfaces

Output interfaces Standard USB
Input interfaces Micro-USB
Count USB outputs 2
Input current 5V/2.1A
Output Current 5V/2.1A, 5V/1A

Functions and features

Quick Charge No
LCD Display No
Wireless charging No
Solar charging No
Waterproof No
Flashlight Yes

Dimensions

Length 14.3 cm
Width 7.1 cm
Height 1.54 cm
Weight 217 g (grams)

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