Nitecore F2 Ultra-Portable Powerbank and 2-Bay Battery Charger
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Nitecore F2 Charger - Flexible Power Bank
The Nitecore F2 charger is a must have for any outdoorsy person! With it's flexible and durable design, this charger also acts as a power bank to charge your dead devices (with a compatible USB cable).
Nitecore F2 Charger Specifications:
- Compatible with Li-ion batteries only
- Battery sizes: 26650, 18650, 17670, 18490, 17500, 17335, 16340(RCR123), 14500, 10440
- Output: Full size USB
- Output Current: 1A x 2 MAX (slot), 2A (USB)
- Input: Micro USB, DC 5V, >=.5A
- Output Voltage: 4.2V +/-1% (slot), 5V +/- 5% (USB)
Nitecore F2 Features:
- Includes a durable elastic band to ensure batteries are secured in place
- Battery terminals are gold-plated to resist corrosion and oxidization
- Reverse polarity and short circuit protection
- Automatically stops charging after completion
In the box:
- Nitecore F2 Charger
- 2x Rubber Bands to keep your batteries in place while they charge. (1 yellow and 1 black)
- 1 Micro USB 3.0 Charging Cable
- Warranty Card
- User Manual
- rubber band
- USB wall wart
- USB 3.0
- cable tie
Great product works great
I've been looking for a battery bank that I can use my own 18650's in and this is the first one that consistently works. Being able to charge the batteries is a big plus as well.
One sweet little Charger/Powerbank. I like this device because of the different battery's you can use in it. It is not stated in nitecore's info but 21700 battery's fit and work fine in this device. The rubber band can be a pain to get on and off (Needed to hold the battery's in place). What I'm using is a Velcro cable tie instead. Works just as well. Due to the open frame nature of this device, for safety reasons, I highly recommend using a small case to tote it around. The risk being if you drop it you could damage the battery's. The charging cable they give you with this has a USB 3.0 device connector. Awfully short though. A standard USB to Micro USB cable works fine with it. Just plug it in the appropriate connector of the USB 3.0 socket on the device and into a USB wall wart or whatever your using to charge the battery's your using in it. For those that may not know this, an external hard drive with this plug, can be plugged in the same way. Just no USB 3.0 speed that way. I saw no difference in charging speed using either cable.
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