Soda SP60 is a sleek 6000 mAh power bank that offers fast charging, a flash light, two USB ports for charging two devices at the same time. Here is our review.
This particular model has two USB output ports so you can charge two devices at the same time. While one port has regular charging, the other 10W fast charging and so if your smartphone has fast carge capability, it can get topped up faster. Let’s look at the key specs and features:
Quick Specs of Soda SP60 Power Bank
- Battery Capacity: 6000 mAh
- Input: 5V/2A fast charging, so the power bank itself charges faster than the regular
- Output: Two USB output ports so you can charge two devices at the same time; one port has regular charging, the other has 10W fast charging.
- LED flash light for use in the dark. There is a power button on it for turning on and off the flashlight.
- Sleek white design
User Review of Soda SP60 Power Bank
In use, the Soda SP60 works as advertised. One output port charges faster than regular charging.It performed well keeping my Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus well topped up during periods I was away from a power source.
The one issue I had with it was that once in a while, even though I had it fully charged, when I needed to use it, I would find it fairly discharged,. In one case, it was almost empty.
I am not sure whether I had pushed the flashlight power button by mistake and consequently discharged the battery or it is an issue with the device itself. But the accidental discharge was not a regular thing.
The only accessory that is bundled in the pack of the SP60 is a white, short USB cable, so if you need to charge two devices you need to buy an extra cable. If your smartphone has a USB-C port, you also need to buy a USB-C adapter (see picture below).
The SP60 is a fair deal for its price. It is available in the market for about N4,500. Check with your favourite mobile retail outlet.
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