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Unu Ultrapak power pack pulls 2000mAh of juice in just 15 minutes

The Una Ultrapak is battery pack that is equipped with fast charging technology, allowing it to soak up 2000 mAh of electricity in about 15 minutes.
July 28, 2014

With the exception of devices like the Oppo Find 7 with its quick charging capabilities, most handsets easily take an hour or two to get enough battery life to make it through the day. For most of us, this isn’t a problem, but what about the types of users that find themselves on the road or away from a wall outlet for long stretches and, when they finally can charge, they only have a short period of time to do it? For these types of users, a good quality battery pack can make all the difference.

While these battery packs typically don’t charge any quicker than a regular handset, most folks have time to plug them in over night and let them charge up for use later on the road. For those looking for something even more efficient, the Una Ultrapack is designed to soak up enough electricity to charge a smartphone in just 15 minutes.

Thanks to its quick charging functionality, the Una Ultrapack could be a perfect companion device for road warriors that make only make short stops between their destinations or those that sometimes forget to charge their phones or battery packs before going out for the day — believe it or not, it does happen. Once you’re out for the day, you probably don’t have time to fully charge your phone, but you might have short periods of time where you’ll still have access to an outlet, making the Unu Ultrapack very handy.

As for the price? The Ultrapak Go costs just $60 and comes in a package that is 3.95 x 2.05 x .68-inches and weighs 4.5oz, with a 3000 mAh storage capacity. For those needing more, the Ultrapak Tour costs $100 but is a fair amount bigger at 5.36 x 2.78 x 0.69 inches with a weight of 9.9oz, with a capacity of 10,000 mAh. Both models are able to charge to 2000mAh in 15 minutes, but the former model gets a full charge in 30 minutes with the later taking 95 minutes.

What do you think, like the idea of a quick-charging battery pack or is this largely an unnecessary feature in your opinion? For more details on the Unu Ultrapack series, you can get the Tour from here and the Go from this link.