@AnkerOfficial I hope that posting an update comment to our review won't jeopardize one's eligibility? Reason being, I just posted an update comment on mine in regards to what may be a problem with my unit that I discovered since I posted my review.
Hi @Element321, thanks for your feedback and suggestion. We will take it into consideration the next time we upgrade the community. We welcome you to comment on this post (link shown below) to give more comments/suggestions. We will read every suggestion you and other users make, thanks.
Hi @mman454, we would suggest you update in your original post. Posting update comments may impact the ranks. However you are more than welcome to reply to other users' comments on your review post. Thanks for understanding!
I just reviewed the Astro E2 5200 mAh battery pack. I don't think photos are necessary at this point since it's a well known product, but I went ahead testing the product again. I had this for about 6 months, and probably had around 30 cycles total.
Initially I didn't measure the efficiency and just took another reviewer's word for it (he quoted much lower efficiency). Well, I'm glad I spent some time to test it myself and measure the actual efficiency of this battery pack.
Since I already posted my comment, I guess that I should go and delete it and edit it into the original post, or is it too late for that?
Hi @mman454, please delete it and edit it into the original post, thanks.
Done, thanks guys!
Congrats to all winners, can't wait to get the bundle
ONLY ANKER,EVERYTHING ELSE IS NO MATTER FOR A GOOD USER.
congratulations winners!!! enjoy it!!!
i think it would be pretty awesome if anker could make an
i dont think its ever been made beforeit would be so useful
This is a creative idea!
Nobody uses an iPod Nano anymore though.
i do. it is so convenient. use it throughout the day and while u exercise!
and it has great battery but when ur working out or using it during the day and it dies, its really annoying
I know this giveaway ended a long time ago, but who would want a 2000mAh battery?
Call it Apple something, charge $1000 for it, and someone would buy it
No doubt about it.