The Incase Portable Power 5400 puts an end to searching for accessible power outlets to charge your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch when you're on the go. Charge it before you leave, then take it along to recharge your iOS device at your convenience, anywhere. Once charged, the Portable Power 5400 quickly transfers power via USB, indicating charge progress with a series of LED lights. It has enough capacity to recharge an iPhone twice.
- 5,400 mAH internal battery
- LED power indicator
- Fast-charging 2.1-Amp output
- Embedded USB-A cable
- Universal connect USB port out
- Two full iPhone charges
Did you notice?Convenient built-in USB-A cable means one less item to pack.
Apple Recommends ForKeep your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch powered up wherever you go.
What's in the Box?
- Incase Portable Power 5400
- User manual
- Height: 1.9 cm
- Width: 6.1 cm
- Weight: 5.71 oz./162 g
- Length: 11.3 cm
- Mfr. Part Number: EC20064
- UPC or EAN No.: 650450122205
- Note: Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple's Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.
- Warranty: One-year limited (For details, please visit www.goincase.com/warranty)
Ratings & Reviews
Poor charge length performance
I bought the incase 5400 for long trips when time between wired outlets was longer than one device could handle. I kept it plugged I bought the incase 5400 for long trips when time between wired outlets was longer than one device could handle. I kept it plugged in for several weeks before a long trip, and finally had a chance to use it on the return flight. When I pulled it out of my backpack and pressed the LED button to see how much charge was left, no LEDs lit up. I had been traveling for 6 days, but the incase 5400 had completely lost its charge in that short time frame. I tried using it anyway, just to see if there was a meter problem on the LEDs, but it was completely out of charge. Why bother lugging a battery around if it won't hold a charge?
When I got home, I plugged it in again and let it charge up to full. The next day I was able to use it to recharge an iPad 3 from 83% to 96% using half the charge. I expected more from this battery, and am extremely disappointed with the lack of performance and quality assurance under real world conditions. I don't need a battery that looses it's charge in a few days. …
- Written by JEROME B from Austin
3 of 5 people found this useful
In love with this product
I am IN LOVE with this product. First time I used it it recharged my phone from 50% to 100 in just over (what felt like) 30 minute I am IN LOVE with this product. First time I used it it recharged my phone from 50% to 100 in just over (what felt like) 30 minutes, and only took off one of the five lights from the battery charge indicator. The colors are awesome and the magnet that holds the USB cord in is a beautiful touch.
It's nice to have the extra energy around. I don't have think about plugging it into my car or at work, and I can charge it without switching to a battery case or carrying it around with a heavy battery on it. It's a battery option. It's knowing you have a battery charge with you, without having to worry about portability or mobility. You might actually put this in your pocket and charge as you go! Two iPhone charges is great. …
- Written by Luke B from Chicago
12 of 14 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
How much longer will battery last, if kept connected?
- Asked by John G
- Jan 15, 2014
The description indicates that it can charge an iPhone twice on one charge. Is that the same with an iPad too?
- Asked by Anett T from Centreville
- Jan 19, 2014
How can its dimensions be SO large as stated if it is portable (The INCHARGE Portable Power Pack) porced at £69.95
- Asked by Alison M
- Nov 5, 2013
I'm assuming you may have mistook the cm for inches. This product is not SO large. Based on the manu I'm assuming you may have mistook the cm for inches. This product is not SO large. Based on the manufacturer's website, the dimensions are 4 3/8" x 2 3/8" x 3/4", the width and length are nearly identical to the iPhone 5 which is also portable. …
- Answered by S Christian D from Ballston Spa
- Nov 15, 2013
Is this compatible with iPad mini?
- Asked by Cheryl M from Newport Beach
- Nov 29, 2013
Yes, through the USB charging port. But, you have to use the lightning cable that came with your mi Yes, through the USB charging port. But, you have to use the lightning cable that came with your mini.
- Answered by Ronald K from Missoula
- Dec 3, 2013
Is this compatible with the IPhone 5 or do I need an additional cable?
- Asked by Laura E from Boulder City
- Nov 21, 2013
You need an extra cable to use this. It has a USB port on top that you plug the cable for your phon You need an extra cable to use this. It has a USB port on top that you plug the cable for your phone into (USB to Lightning for iPhone 5).
Incase and Belkin both make a kit with short (4-6") cables for use with this. The Incase one is cuter, since it comes it colors. I don't see it on the Apple site, but you can search for it elsewhere. It's the Incase USB Mini Cable Kit for iPhone.
Ah, looks like the Belkin 6" Lightning cable also comes in colors, and it is on the Apple site, but I can't post links even to other items in the Apple store in the answer! …
- Answered by William F from Boston
- Dec 1, 2013