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The Ejectable Battery


The July battery power-bank is a 37WH lithium-polymer battery. It is allowed for carry-on without airline approval for any flight in the world.

Using the power bank.

The battery is quickly removable, ensuring that you can be compliant in an easy manner should security choose to scan the battery separately.

The battery has 4 ports, ensuring you are always covered no matter what devices you want to charge. It’s powerful enough to charge your laptop with USB-C, or just a couple of phones with two USB ports. It can charge up to three devices at any one time.

With press of the button, the LED light will be on to indicate battery level. Thanks to the speed of USB-C, you can recharge the battery from empty to full in under 3 hours.

You recharge it using the included USB cable and any USB wall charger (much like how you would charge your phone and other devices). It is Fast Charge capable, which means if you have a Fast Charge wall plug the power bank will recharge in under an hour.

Battery capacity:
10,000 mAh
3.7V / 37WH

Four ports:
USB 1: 5V/2.4A (Out)
USB 2: QC 3.0 (Quick Charge) (Out)
Type-C: PD Quick Charge (In/Out)
Micro-USB: 5V/2A - 9V/2A (In)

We also include a 1.2m QuickCharge charging cable Type C to USB A compatible with any USB wall plug. It’s extremely quick, charging from empty to full in under 3 hours.
Dimensions
Weight of the battery: 260g
Dimensions: 110mm (11cm) long x 62mm (6.2cm) wide x 10mm (1cm) deep

USB-C
Many of the most recently released devices require USB-C charging. We’ve made sure you can take the best tech on the road with you and recharge without having to look for wall power. Charging compatible with Apple Macbook Pro, iPhone X, iPhone XS, iPad Pro and more.
Is this battery approved to fly? +
Yes. It complies with all regulations from individual airlines, and the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA), Transportation Security Administration (TSA), International Air Transport Association (IATA), and Department of Infrastructure: Aviation (DOI).

Qantas:
Lithium batteries are allowed for carry-on, and do not require airline approval. The carriage of lithium battery powered portable electronic devices is limited to 15 devices per passenger.

Virgin Australia:
Lithium batteries are allowed for carry-on, and do not require airline approval. The carriage of lithium battery powered portable electronic devices is limited to 15 devices per passenger.

Jetstar:
Lithium batteries are allowed for carry-on, and do not require airline approval. The carriage of lithium battery powered portable electronic devices is limited to 20 devices per passenger.

International:
While the total amount of batteries allowed varies, all major international airlines allow you to take portable chargers with you as carry-on. Some may require you to remove the battery from the luggage case in the process of scanning.

How do I remove the battery? +
Removing the battery is as simple as pressing down. Open the flip cover by pressing up and releasing the battery cover. Once the cover is open, press down on the battery and it will pop out easily for removal.