Coleman 4D CPX 6 Portable Energy Pack

June 30, 2013 - Comment

Portable power! Charge your cell phone, iPod and other small electrical devices more than 10 times while on the go. Perfect for camping, music festivals and emergency use, the Coleman 4D XPS Portable Energy Pack operates on 4 D-cell batteries (not included) — or use it with the Coleman XPS Rechargeable Battery Pack (sold separately).

Portable power! Charge your cell phone, iPod and other small electrical devices more than 10 times while on the go. Perfect for camping, music festivals and emergency use, the Coleman 4D XPS Portable Energy Pack operates on 4 D-cell batteries (not included) — or use it with the Coleman XPS Rechargeable Battery Pack (sold separately). The Coleman Portable Energy Pack includes standard 3.1mm and USB jacks for all your devices, with a built-in storage compartment for charging cords. On a set of 4 D batteries, the Energy Pack will charge a fully-depleted cell-phone battery about 20 times! The Energy Pack is a must-have for regions where alkaline batteries cost more than the products that use them.

Comments

D. Mahan says:

Works Great! Nice for power outages and camping trips.Does not charge the batteries for other tools within the Coleman rechargeable line (I didn’t realize that…).I have charged iPhones and Blackberry’s multiple times without recharging.

BCS49 says:

Lifesaver during extended power outages. The best part about this portable energy pack is that it can be powered with replaceable four D batteries. The rechargable accessory unit might be useful for a short period, but it is of no use if household power stays out for an extended period, whereas D batteries can be replaced as often as necessary. This unit recharged my iPhone (since I didn’t want to rely on my car for several days) but disappointed it will not recharge a laptop.

Gordon Ewasiuk says:

Lots of power in a tiny package The pictures of the Energy Pack make it look bigger than it really is. Imagine two soda cans placed side-by-side. That’s about the length and height of it. Width is a little wider than a single soda can. It almost looks like a giant computer mouse.The Energy Pack takes four D batteries so it is a bit heavy. The batteries slide into a cartridge which slides into the Energy Pack. Loading the batteries was a slight hassle since the cartridge isn’t clearly marked with battery…

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