mophie's Juice Pack Powerstation Duo features an advanced high-output battery that provides ultra-fast charging for your iPod, iPhone, and iPad. It charges your iOS devices with up to four times the current of traditional 500mAh batteries. Plus it offers the ability to switch among a 500mAh charge (typical), a 1A charge, and 2.1A level that's ideal for iPad.
Thanks to improved conversion efficiency more power actually makes it to your iOS device.
The soft-touch finish and metal band complements the design of your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
To maintain the sleek look of the Powerstation Duo, the four LED status indicator lights disappear when you're not using the battery.
- Special high-output battery for ultra-fast charging
- Can switch between a 500mAh, 1A and 2.1A charges
- Improved conversion efficiency means more power actually makes it to your device
- Four-LED status indicator lights show you how much power is left in your Powerstation
- Large 6,000 mAh battery keeps your iOS device powered up on the go
- Charges two devices simultaneously
- Pre-charged and ready to go
Did you notice?One of the first external batteries able to charge two iOS devices at the same time.
Apple Recommends ForQuickly charge your iPod, iPhone, or iPad when you're on the go.
What's in the Box?
- mophie Juice Pack Powerstation Duo External Battery
- Micro USB charging cable
- User manual
- Power Source: USB
- Height: 0.77in./1.95 cm
- Width: 2.28 in./5.79 cm
- Weight: 7.05 oz./200 g
- Length: 4.3 in./10.92 cm
- Mfr. Part Number: 2029_JPU_PWRSTION-DUO
- UPC or EAN No.: 810472027487
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- Warranty: One year
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Ratings & Reviews
Works if you know it's limits.
First of all I think people must be made aware that an iPad has approximately a 11,600 mah battery and iPhones have approximately First of all I think people must be made aware that an iPad has approximately a 11,600 mah battery and iPhones have approximately 1440 mah batteries, while the mophie has a 6,000 mah battery. Also, battery to battery transfer of energy works best when the charging battery is lowest and gets worse as the charging battery fills up. So at most you're getting 50% charge out of an iPad and 4 charges on an iPhone. However that assumes 100% transfer which you can't get. If you want this to work best wait till your device is about 20% battery and plug it in for an hour. That should get you to about 80% + and you can do it about 7 times. If you try to go from dead to full you might get about 3 maybe 3.5 times. If you know the capacities and have realistic expectations this works great. …
- Written by Paul H from Ridley park
257 of 262 people found this useful
Extremely handy external battery while on-the-go
A superb external battery for the iPhone and iPad. Charges at 2.1 A, so it's as fast as an iPad wall charger. The casing is metall A superb external battery for the iPhone and iPad. Charges at 2.1 A, so it's as fast as an iPad wall charger. The casing is metallic and rubber and looks expensive and sleek. It can charge two devices at the same time, and has a few lights to show the remaining charge. It's a bit bulky but fits easily into a bike saddle bag or something similar. The capacity is 6000 mAh (the highest sold by Mophie) so it should be able to charge an iPhone 3 or 4 times, and that's consistent with my experience. However, the phone needs to be in sleep mode during charging or else it'll eat up the battery capacity a lot quicker. Does not support pass-through mode. Also offered in a ruggedized waterproof version from Mophie directly, although this one tolerates splash damage. …
- Written by Peter T from Waterloo
230 of 242 people found this useful
Wasted my time - 1 star for looks, weight and 'concept'.
Unfortunately, it's not functional...currently on 4 hours for an iPa Wasted my time - 1 star for looks, weight and 'concept'.
Unfortunately, it's not functional...currently on 4 hours for an iPad2 - Mophie's about to run out of JUICE and iPad's only at 60%. Bought for a Euro trip and was really hoping for the best - But not to be....it's going back today...
Not sure what the 2nd port is for when it can't even get one done??! …
- Written by Mark F from Portland
233 of 378 people found this useful
More than Satisfied
Best battery I've ever seen, great quality, little pricy.
- Written by Michael D from Cupertino
Goodbye battery cases!
I am so glad with this design, primarily because I wasted so much money on buying Mophie battery packs for previous generation iPh I am so glad with this design, primarily because I wasted so much money on buying Mophie battery packs for previous generation iPhones, only to see them go obselete months later and in the end giving them away to the winning bidder buying my iPhone on eBay as a bonus.
Finally - a standard model that doesn't go obselete (unless no more USB) and is capable of dual charges, meaning, charging both my iPhone and iPad (or wife's iPhone) simultaneously!
If you're in the market, DON'T buy the $20 cheaper one. It's DEFINITELY worth the extra $20 to get the model which can charge two devices at the same time rather than only one.
I deducted 1 star for battery lifespan. Why? Well, because it will get you near a full charge, but not a full charge. …
- Written by Michael F from FAIR LAWN
3 of 3 people found this useful
Great for iPhone, NOT for iPad
Awesome for iPhone. It recharged my 10% battery back up to 100% in about 2 hours and still has half of its power left.
Terribl Awesome for iPhone. It recharged my 10% battery back up to 100% in about 2 hours and still has half of its power left.
Terrible for iPad. It took the charge from 10% and got up to only 32% before dying out.
Both charges were done separately, so I'm sure if I charged them both at the same time, my iPhone wouldn't have gotten a full charge. Tablets require power the Mophie can't provide. …
- Written by Vince N from KAHULUI
8 of 8 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
How do you charge the Mophie? Do you need special equipment to charge it?
- Asked by Carolynn L from Portland
- Jan 15, 2013
it comes with a cable that you can plug into the same plug that an iPhone/iPad or similar device has it comes with a cable that you can plug into the same plug that an iPhone/iPad or similar device has. just as with almost all electronic devices these days from cell phones to tablets, etc, most plug 'heads' have a USB port so that you can remove the cable and insert any viable plug.
*NO plug is provided with the device. you must use your own plug from your phone or tablet, etc. This really isn't too big of a deal considering you already have one, or else you wouldn't need the portable battery pack :) an extra is nice though so that you can power 2 devices simultaneously
also, most Mophie portable battery pack devices use a cable that has a Micro-USB head on one end, and a regular USB head on the other... the micro USB connects to the device, the USB connects to a plug
charge is rather slow, but that's only because your charging 6000mAh! (mAh standing for a unit of measure for certain types of batteries, more below). for example, one brand new iPhone5 battery is 1440mAh, and you are charging something that is over 4 times that... so its basically like charging an iPhone5 four+ times lol..
however, the great thing about the Mophie chargers is that since the amperage output is higher than what you would have if you were connected to a regular electrical outlet, the device you are re-charging charges at a faster rate.
An ampere-hour or amp-hour (symbol Ah, AHr, A·h, A h) is a unit of electric charge, with sub-units milliampere-hour (mAh) and milliampere second (mAs). One ampere-hour is equal to 3600 coulombs (ampere-seconds), the electric charge transferred by a steady current of one ampere for one second. The ampere-hour is frequently used in measurements of electrochemical systems such as electroplating and electrical batteries. The commonly seen milliampere-hour (mAh or mA·h) is one-thousandth of an ampere-hour (3.6 coulombs). …
- Answered by Matthew H from San Diego
- Jan 24, 2013
Which plug will charge the Duo the plug for the iPad or iPhone. Since the amperage requirement is different. What amperage output does it require?
- Asked by Sarah G from Cypress
- Jul 25, 2014
how long does it take to fully charge just one ipad air?
- Asked by Jennifer N from Chattanooga
- Oct 4, 2014
Will this work in South Africa?
- Asked by Cyril G
- Apr 26, 2014
It will work anywhere in the world.
- Answered by David P
- Jun 22, 2014
Can you continue to watch a movie while the ipad is charging?
- Asked by Sarah P from Yorkton
- Jul 31, 2013
Yes. You can do anything you want with you ipad or any device with a usb charging cable. I just play Yes. You can do anything you want with you ipad or any device with a usb charging cable. I just played a movie while charging to be sure. The only thing you cant do, is you can NOT charge the mophie power pack AND charge your phone / tablet at the same time. So, if you plug the mophie charging cable into an outlet, then ithe mophie battery will charge, but it will not charge your phones/tablets until you unplug the mophie from the wall outlet. …
- Answered by Scott S from Newyork
- Sep 13, 2013