Celestron Thermocharge – Video Review
Celestron Thermocharger – Stay warm on the trail and keep your portable electronic devices fully charged with the ThermoCharge power pack and hand warmer. ThermoCharge heats up quickly and reaches a maximum of 113 degrees Fahrenheit (45 degrees Celsius). The 4400 mAh rechargeable lithium battery provides up to an impressive 6 hours of continuous heat on a full charge. For more information, visit http://www.celestron.com/browse-shop/uncategorized/elements/celestron-elements-thermocharge.
- 2-in-1 device: portable power pack and hand warmer
- 4400 mAh rechargeable battery provides 6 hours of continuous heat
- Charges smartphones, MP3 players, cameras and many other USB-powered devices
- Durable, aluminum housing with protective silicone caps
- Ergonomically designed to fit easily in your pocket or bag
- Includes USB charging cable and soft carry pouch
Stay warm on the trail and keep your portable electronic devices fully charged with the ThermoCharge power pack and hand warmer. ThermoCharge heats up quickly and reaches a maximum of 113 degrees Fahrenheit (45 degrees Celsius). The 4400 mAh rechargeable lithium battery provides up to an impressive 6 hours of continuous heat on a full charge.
ThermoCharge delivers a full charge most smart phones, MP3 players, cameras and many other USB-powered devices.
Unlike single-use chemical hand warmers, ThermoCharge is safe, scent-free and rechargeable. Just plug it into any USB charging port. A rugged aluminum housing and protective silicone caps make ThermoCharge perfect for your next cold-weather excursion.
|Input voltage||5V-900 mA|
|LED status indicators||(4) Blue LED indicates internal battery capacity, (1) Green LED indicates charging external device, (1) Red LED indicates hand warmer function|
|Power delivery, time to charge||iPhone 5 (1540 mAh): 1.7 to 1.8 hours, iPhone 4 (1400 mAh): 1.5 to 1.6 hours, iPhone 3/iPod (1200 mAh): 1.3 to 2.4 hours, MP3 (300 mAh): 30 minutes|
|Ports||(1) Mini USB in port for charging internal lithium ion battery, (1) standard USB 2.0 out port for charging devices|
|Temperature max||40° to 45°C (104° to 113° F)|
|End caps||Silicone caps for protection|
|Weight||5.22 oz (148 g)|
|Dimensions||1.76” x 3.72” x .9” (44.9mm x 94.6mm x 22.9mm)|
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