Excitrus NitroCharge 30 Power Bank REVIEW | MacSources

MacSources
6 min readMay 7, 2021

An efficient wireless charging bank compatible with MagSafe.

We all need extra power to tote around with us these days. Whether it’s for our smartphones, tablets, headphones, or laptops, portable power banks have become a necessity. There are many different types of power banks out there and ones with magnetic charging seem to be the most popular these days. I have an iPhone 12 Pro and it is equipped with MagSafe charging, which I like to take advantage of whenever I can. So, power banks with magnetic charging really catch my eye. The NitroCharge 30 from Excitrus is exceptionally intriguing because of its 30W wireless power bank.

DETAILS

The NitroCharge 30 is the “world’s slimmest and lightest wireless 30W power bank with magnetic positioning.” The magnetic charging pad ensures that connected phones always charge at the fastest speed possible. The power bank is 100% compatible with MagSafe charging and features quick recharge. It is actually a 3-in-1 charger and offers USB-A and USB-C charging as well as the wireless option. It offers passthrough charging and eight different types of electrical protections from overcharging, etc. The battery only weighs 0.57lbs (259 grams) and measures 5.6 x 2.9 x 0.7 inches. It’s roughly The same size as an iPhone 12 Pro, but double the thickness. Information on the power bank state that it can recharge to 70% power in just 1 hour. The wireless charging pad has a 10W wireless charging coil built-in while the USB-A port provides up to 18W and the USB-C port provides up to 30W.

USER EXPERIENCE

The packaging of the NitroCharge 30 is very plain. It comes in a brown cardboard box that has some wrapping on it. The wrapping labels the product that is housed inside the box. One thing struck me about this packaging. Why is it so big? The battery is only a little larger than an iPhone 12 Pro and it only comes with a charging cable and a packet of instructions and accessories for magnetic mounting. It seems like the packaging for this product could be rethought and sized down.

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