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The Flash Pro Plus is a 25,000mAh battery pack that can charge up to 6 devices simultaneously

By Kenny Yeo - on 8 Oct 2021, 9:18am

The Flash Pro Plus is a 25,000mAh battery pack that can charge up to 6 devices simultaneously

The Flash Pro power bank. (Image source: Chargeasap)

As the world gradually reopens and more of us are getting out of our homes, power on the go becomes an issue.

And if you need lots of power on the go, a company called Chargeasap has just unveiled one of the most extreme portable power banks that we have seen.

It's called the Flash Pro Plus. It has a capacity of 25,000mAh or 92.5Wh, and it can charge up to 6 devices simultaneously. 

To start, it has three USB-C PD ports. The first can deliver up to 100W, the second up to 20W, and the third up to 60W. That means it's powerful enough to even charge the 16-inch MacBook Pro.

It also has a single USB-A output that delivers up to 50W and supports Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0, Huawei SuperCharge, and Oppo's Super VOOC.

It also has a built-in wireless charging pad that is MagSafe compatible and can charge MagSafe-compatible iPhones at up to 15W.

Finally, it has an additional charging pad that charges Apple Watches at up to 5W.

For users who have no need for an Apple Watch charger, there's another version called the Flash Pro that has all of the above ports and wireless charging pad minus the Apple Watch charger.

The Flash Pro Plus and Flash Pro both have three USB-C PD ports and a single USB-A port.

Regardless of which model you pick, the power banks have a maximum output of 190W. This means that even if you use all of its charging capabilities simultaneously, the Flash Pro can deliver a maximum of 60W through its first USB-C port, 20W through the second, 45W through the third, the maximum of 50W through its USB-A port, and 15W and 5W simultaneously through its wireless charging pad and Apple Watch charger respectively.

The Flash Pro Plus also has a 1.3-inch OLED display that shows real-time capacity, power outputs, charging rates, and running temperature.

Speaking of temperature, it's able to charge up to 6 devices simultaneously and at high power outputs because it uses graphene composite batteries – they come from Panasonic. The batteries have a rated lifespan of 2,000 cycles.

With such a high capacity, you might be wondering how long it takes to charge this battery. Good question. According to Chargeasap, the Flash Pro Plus can get from 0% to 80% charge in just 45 minutes and it can be fully charged in 1 hour and 10 minutes if you use a 100W charger. Naturally, it charges via USB-C.


Pricing and availability

You can order the Chargeasap Flash Pro Plus on Indiegogo now. The units have an estimated ship date of December 2021.

The Flash Pro power bank (without the Apple Watch charger) starts at US$139 (~S$202) while the Flash Pro Plus costs US$149 (~S$216).

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