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myCharge Transit 2600 Portable Battery Pack Review

by TerriAnn
myCharge Transit 2600 portable battery pack with wall prong and car adaptor built in #technology #cars


Have you ever gotten all ready to go, made sure you had an extra battery pack just in case, then found out too late that it was actually empty? Grr, that’s so frustrating! Now, you can easily keep your phone and your battery pack charged while on the go. The myCharge Transit 2600 portable battery pack has a built-in wall charger and car adaptor that’s always ready for double duty.

myCharge Transit 2600 portable battery pack with wall prong and car adaptor built in #technology #cars

myCharge Transit 2600 Ready for Home & Car

The myCharge Transit 2600 is compact and easy to carry. The LED battery indicator is easy to check and very clear to see. It is kind of bulky and a bit heavier than some other portable battery packs though.

Despite the extra width and weight, no cables are included so you have to make sure to bring your own. The benefit in using this is that it’s not as easy to lose as the smaller wall adaptors that come with your phone and that, while you’re in the car or near an outlet. You can charge the power pack at the same time as the phone. Then, when you’re not near a power source, the myCharge Transit 2600 will be fully loaded to use as your phone’s battery drains. The capacity is 2600mAh, which means you can charge your phone about 1-1/2 times from empty, giving you several more hours of talk and browsing time.

Backup Portable Battery Pack

It’s always good to have a portable battery pack. Always. I think the myCharge Transit 2600 is a nice option and saves you from being stuck with a dead one and now way to charge it. It’s a bit basic and clunky, especially when you consider there’s a lot of competition to be small, light, and a large charge capacity. Also, I wish an extra space was built into it so you could store your own cable neatly inside as a nice all-in-one must-have. Still, it does what it needs to and it’d be a great, inexpensive charger to keep in the car glove compartment for emergencies.

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Anne - Mommy Has to Work August 15, 2014 - 8:16 am

I have a battery back up too. Love it. It’s a bit smaller though.

Ty August 15, 2014 - 9:49 pm

I don’t currently have a portable battery pack but after reading your (wonderful review), I may just have to get one for myself (or my kids).

Jenn August 16, 2014 - 6:53 pm

Sounds like a great portable battery pack, being able to plug it in is a huge feature.

Crystal Green August 16, 2014 - 7:38 pm

I’ve never had one of these, but it’s definitely something that I would really benefit from having.

Crystal August 16, 2014 - 8:54 pm

I carry around a cable for my phone anyway so not having a cable included wouldn’t phase me. I am pretty dependent on my phone, so I need to have a portable battery pack when I know I’ll be out of the house a lot. I need to check out the myCharge Transit.

Tammy August 16, 2014 - 10:30 pm

I like the added bonus of the car charger. I’ve not seen a small one like that include a feature like that before. The ones I have all just charge with the usb plug in an electrical socket or computer.

Liz Mays August 17, 2014 - 6:28 am

Clunky or not, it’s still a charger! It’s so important to stay charged up, especially when traveling.

Colleen August 17, 2014 - 2:32 pm

Looks like a great back up. I love my extra battery charger and take it with me when I travel.

Theresa @ Faith and Family Reviews August 17, 2014 - 7:28 pm

This would be so handy to have, I’ll have to look into it.

Kathleen August 18, 2014 - 4:27 am

This thing sounds like just what I need. It never fails that I run out of juice before getting a break on press trips.

Angela August 19, 2014 - 3:21 pm

I’d be lost without a portable battery pack. My Android phone dies far too quickly.

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