Tech Tuesday | Usb Makers Venice power bank review.*

Tuesday 14 November 2017

*This product was sent to me for free, all opinions are my own for more info please check out my contact & disclaimer

Do you ever find yourself struggling because your phone is about to go flat and you need to charge it ASAP but there are no plug sockets or USB sockets anywhere to be found, or your phone is constantly draining? I'm the same, I make sure my phone is charged up before I go out as it is a lifeline for me what with my fainting condition. I was given the opportunity to try out *USB Makers customised Venice power banks for my phone, I got to choose between a few quotes and I felt as if "Throw kindness around like confetti" fit me best. As a blogger I use my phone for a lot, It's one of those things that can't be helped especially when I need to socialise and reply to emails, I have the worst laptop in the world so my phone has been y back up option especially when my laptop is acting up I tend to write my blog posts from my phone and yes that is harder than you would think it should be.

As of lately I tend to charge up the power bank of an evening so it's powered up for me the next day to use, I have a Samsung S6 and I don't know if any of you are aware of this but it uses the same cable as the PS4 controllers, as silly as it sounds you can plug this power back into the controller and charge it up without having to sit close to the PS4 whilst it's being charged or charge it up without having to leave the PS4 on. The power bank has the following Specs:

  • Minimum Order Quantity: 10
  • Battery Capacity: 2,500 mAh
  • Colours: White
  • Branding: Printed Spot or Full Colour
  • Dimensions L x W x H: 107 x 37 x 11mm
  • Weight: 65 Grams
  • 2 Years Warranty

This power bank has a minimum order of 10 units and with USB Makers express delivery you can be sure that your wait for the power banks won't be a long one, according to their website the Venice power bank is one of their most popular and I can see why. The power bank came in a plain little white box for me as it was a review copy but they usually come in plastic casing as far as I'm aware, it included a cable which can be used to both power up your phone and the power bank itself so it's pretty straightforward to use, I like how compact its so it's easy enough to just pop in your bag or even a clutch bag. It never took too long to be fully charged and for me to be able to use to power up my phone, my phone has fast charge switched on anyways but with it turned off it still charges pretty fast with the power bank. The cool thing about USB Makers is that they don't solely just provide power banks they have customised USB sticks too which come in lots of different styles.

The Venice power bank is compatible with:
  • Phones
  • Tablets
  • MP3
  • Camera
  • Portable gaming

I've had a number of different power banks before, mostly cheap ones to keep me going but none like this where the charging is as fast, I charged my Power bank a number of different ways and obviously the best and fasted way to charge it was through a USB plug that I plugged into the wall, it charged fully in about an hour and half whereas when I charged it via laptop/PS4 it took about 2 hours. The manual covers everything you need to know about the power bank and comes with precautions which you should always read before attempting to use this product, I can't stress enough how people should read instructions of products before attempting to use them for them to only go wrong and that's why I recommend people always read a product manual even if you know what you are supposed to do. I think for me it would be handy to have a few different ones at hand for my devices because I do use quite a few, to get your own power bank all you have to do is head on over to USB Makers, choose which product you would like and fill in the little form on the page of the product and will get quoted how much it comes to for you to have your very own USB Makers product customised. To check out more of their products click HERE.

Elle May


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