Sep 222014
adfilic power bank review

Adfilic Power Bank Review – An External Charger for Your Devices

Mom and daughter convo – M:  I sent you a text.  Why didn’t you respond?  D: My phone died.  M:  Did you charge it last night?  D: No, I forgot. M: Why do I even pay for a phone for you?

That conversation is a relentless conversation that the teen and I have time and time again.  Guess what though?  That conversation has dwindled to once in a blue moon now thanks to the Adfilic Power Bank.   Adfilic sent us one to test out and we are loving it!

 About the Adfilic Power Bank

  • Fits in your purse or pocket
  • Has 2600mAh Lithium Ion battery that is tested for safety and built with the latest PCB board to quickly charge your devices to a 100% without the dangers of frying up your phone
  • Comes with a 12 month, no-questions asked money back guarantee and world class customer service
  • Highly durable and stylish casing makes the power bank a strong sturdy device that won’t break or malfunction when dropped
  • For a limited time – a 3 in 1 USB adapter comes with every order….

The power bank is easy to operate.  Plug the bank into your PC or wall charger.  If it’s not charged it will display a red dot on the top.  If it is charged, it will display a blue dot.

What Devices Will This Work With?

  • Apple iPhone 5/5S/5C, 4/4S, iPad 1/2/3/4 mini 2, iPod Nano, Touch 4th/5th Generation (Lightning and 30-pin cables included as BONUS)
  • Samsung – Galaxy Note 1,2,3, S1,S3/S4, S2 Skyrocket
  • Google – Nexus 4, 7 & 7FHD, 10
  • HTC One M7, M4, EVO 4G, Thunderbolt, Incredible, Droid DNA
  • Motorola – Atrix, Droid, Moto X
  • Nokia – Lumia series
  • Sony – Xperia series
  • LG – Optimus series

So you can see that it works with many devices.  Below the power bank is attached to two different generations of the iPod and a cell phone.

It is said that you can replenish the charge of camera batteries too!  What’s really nice is that you can still use the phone while the power bank is charging your phone.  It takes approximately 1.5 hours to fully charge the LG Optimus.

Our Thoughts on the Adfilic Brand

We love the Adfilic Power Bank.  My daughter can now thank her lucky stars that I am not on her butt about making sure she has a full charge when she’s away from home.

That said, the first 3 in 1 charging cable that came with the power bank had an issue.  That issue was that the silver port to charge a device came apart from the casing/wires and was stuck in the phone.  Not a big deal as far as the phone was concerned – that piece was easy enough to remove with tweezers.  I reported the issue to Adfilic and Adfilic had NO issue with sending us another.  That is customer service!

You can find the Adfilic Power Bank on   The Power Bank is only one of several products one can purchase.  Go here to check out all the Adfilic Products.  I’d love to own the Spy Pen – I’d attach it to my son’s wheelchair!


Adfilic has sponsored a Power Bank for a giveaway for you!  Giveaway starts at 9 PM 9/22/14 and ends 9/30/14 @ 11:59 PM.  US entrants only.

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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

  12 Responses to “Adfilic Power Bank Review – An External Charger for Your Devices & Giveaway”

Comments (12)
  1. My worst fear is going somewhere and breaking down and my phone dying. That sounds just about like the kind of crazy luck I would have.

  2. Worst fear is identity theft.

  3. I hate the idea of my cell phone dying.

  4. As someone who grew up without things like cell phones, I’m surprised at just how addicted and obsessed I am about them now. My biggest fear, which has actually happened, is being on the road – hours or more from home – and having my phone fail. This was horrible when both my phone and the phone of the person I was more-or-less caravanning with died and neither of our chargers would work. We were supposed to meet when needed at an exit with a gas station – to be determined when she and/or I was low on gas. I had the money on my debit card and then had no way to contact her to arrange what gas station at what exit. She almost didn’t get back home, and that was after she drove me up to Detroit to pick up my van (it broke down two weeks earlier on the way to Detroit and the repairs were finally done). We both could have used something like this.

    • What a nightmare Linda! Funny you say you didn’t grow up with cell phones – neither did I. And like you, now leaving home without it – freaks me out, just for the emergency aspect. But as I’m sure you know – life was so different when we grew up without these devices. There weren’t as many people on the road nor were there so many crazies (that’s not meant to be mean – just a fact).

  5. i’m the same as mentioned.. I wait until my phone is dead before charging it.

  6. I am always worried that my son will break one of them or lose one.

  7. How fast it loses power!

  8. my worst fear when it comes to electronic devices is off loss of battery when i need the most.

  9. That my kids will break them.

  10. They usually go dead because I forget to charge them

  11. My kids tend to keep taking off with mine, playing apps then I go to leave for work and have no charge

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