Zendure A3 Power Bank
I received a newsletter last month from Zendure saying that if you have blogged about any Zendure products before, you are entitled to a free power bank from them.
So I sent them an email as I have blogged about the Zendure SuperTank & SuperPort 4 and Zendure 63W USB-C PD Charger which I have backed on Kickstarter.
After giving them my address, they sent over the Zendure A3 Power Bank to me that is retailing for US$69.99 (S$97).
Zendure A3 is available in black and silver. They sent me the Black, which is exactly the color I wanted.
The Zendure A3 Power Bank is a 10,000mAh power bank that has two USB-A port outputs. Despite being a second-generation A3 power bank, it doesn’t come with USB-C output as that belongs to another product called Zendure A3PD Power Bank.
The A3 power bank measures 96 x 62 x 24 (mm) and weighs 220 g.
There is a rubber strip along all the sides of the power bank. This gives you a better grip on the power bank when your hands are oily. It also protects the power bank ports from scratches when you are plugging in or pulling out the cables.
Given Singapore’s climate of heat and humidity, the rubber strip might become sticky after a few years.
It charges via micro USB and has a combined maximum output of 2.4A.
I like the design of Zendure Power Banks because it looks a lot like the design of Rimowa’s Luggage .
It had a rugged plastic feel to it, which is different than most of the power banks that I have, which is sleek and has an aluminum enclosure.