Condor 100

Pure Sine Wave AC Port / 27,000mAh

Multi-voltage power pack with a pure sine wave AC port for plugging in your device’s mains charger.

Can charge laptops, cameras, smartphones and many other 5 to 20V devices.

Housing a massive 27000mAh battery, users can charge a plethora of electronic devices from the bi-directional USB-C port, dual USB ports, and a very useful AC outlet.

Featuring a 4 LED battery level indicator, carry strap and a protective case, the Condor 100’s rugged design is waterproof & dustproof to IP65 Rating.

Condor 100 EU AC Outlet includes an EU plug adaptor.

R6000,00

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DESCRIPTION

Multi-voltage power pack with a pure sine wave AC port for plugging in your device’s mains charger. Can charge laptops, cameras, smartphones and many other 5 to 20V devices. Housing a massive 27000mAh battery, users can charge a plethora of electronic devices from the bi-directional USB-C port, dual USB ports, and a very useful AC outlet. Featuring a 4 LED battery level indicator, carry strap and a protective case, the Condor 100’s rugged design is waterproof & dustproof to IP65 Rating.

Condor 100 EU AC Outlet includes an EU plug adaptor.

What can the Condor 100 recharge?

Laptop – 1 to 2 times | Tablet – 2 to 4 times

Smartphone – 8 to 10 times | Sat Phone – 7 to 8 times

GPS – 15 to 18 times | Action Camera – 12 to 15 times

SLR Camera – 4 to 6 times | Smartwatch – 40 to 44 times

Head Torch – 16 to 18 times

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Power pack with 27000mAh/98.01Wh
    • 1x AC output: 220V/AC/50Hz
    • 1x USB-C input/output: PD 5 – 20V 60W Max
    • 1x USB output: 5V/2.4A
    • 1x USB output: 5V/3A Quick Charge
    • 4 LED battery charge indicator
    • Waterproof and dustproof to IP65 rating
    • Rugged design
    • Weight: 800g
    • Size: 172mm x 85.5mm x 85.5mm

IN THE BOX

1 x Condor 100 power pack
1 x USB-C to USB cable
1 x USB-C mains charger, with 1 USB-C PD 45W port and 1 USB 5V/2.4A smart charger port

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