We've all been there: it's time to head out the door and you notice your device is almost out of power.
What to do? Simple! Keep the mophie powerstation® plus 8x* with Lightning Connector in your bag or backpack and you can easily charge your devices on the go. The embedded Lightning cable attaches to your iPad®, iPhone® or iPod®, while the extra USB charging port allow you to simultaneously charge USB-powered devices like smartphones, tablets and portable speakers. With 12,000 mAh battery capacity, it's perfect for users with multiple devices.
The mophie powerstation plus 8x with Lightning Connector's 2.4 amp output provides an extremely quick charging speed. The integrated input and output cables allow you to charge and sync your devices without any additional cables, while simultaneously recharging the powerstation plus.
And when not in use, the mophie powerstation plus 8x with Lightning Connector's cables are neatly stowed away behind the hinged door for a clean and compact aesthetic. It features an aerospace-grade aluminum finish with a hinged top cover, bringing even more functionality to the premium design.
Charging on the go has never been easier. With its high storage capacity, it's the perfect charging solution for a week-long trip or any other time when you'll be away from a power outlet for an extended period.
Other features include:
-Priority + Charging: This enables pass-through charge and sync while connected to a computer. Power is sent to your device first, then the powerstation plus unit recharges itself.
-Charge Vault Technology: Industry-leading battery life enables mophie products to hold their charge for an extended period of time, increasing their reliability.
-Digital Power Management: Smart charging circuitry always provides your device with the perfect amount of power for a safe, quick charge.
What's In the Box
One mophie powerstation® plus 8x with Lightning connector.
*Extra battery is estimated by comparison to the internal battery capacity of an iPhone® 5
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