Lepow Moonstone 3000 Review



This portable battery has a sleek, rounded shape and comes in several colors. It has two separate outputs, allowing it to charge two devices at the same time.

Consumers and experts show this funky-looking portable battery a lot of love in Lepow Moonstone 3000 reviews for its quick charging ability, efficient capacity, and wide range of supported devices. With two separate output ports (1.2 amps and 0.5 amps), it can charge two devices at once, although that will drain the 3,000 milliampere-hour capacity pretty quickly.

A tech expert from Booredatwork delights in thoughtful touches such as the stylish felt carrying case; flat, tangle-resistant micro-USB cable; and included goodies such as a headset-jack protector. Although these may not be the most important factors for most consumers, they certainly sweeten the deal for those on the fence about which charger to select.

Reviewers posting feedback on the retail site Newegg say the charger gives the impression of being well made and charges almost any USB device, including wireless speakers. Consumers reviewing the Moonstone 3000 on Amazon often mention the charger's sleek aesthetics. It's only about a quarter-inch thick, with a smooth surface and rounded edges, so it easily slips inside a pocket, and it comes in black, green, red, yellow, and white.

In a rare negative review among the hundreds of high ratings on Amazon, a consumer laments that the product lost its ability to hold a charge. However, Lepow immediately reached out to offer of exchange or refund, prompting the reviewer to post an update lauding the company's customer service. Lepow also offers a 12-month guarantee.

The Lepow Moonstone 3000 (starting at $20, Amazon) features LED lights to indicate battery level and has an advertised recharge time of 3.5 hours. The flat shape measures 3.2 x 3.1 x 0.3 inches and 3.88 ounces. Overall, the Lepow Moonstone 3000 makes a good option that can charge a large range of items. It also has a unique look that consumers are proud to pull out of their pockets.

Jeremy Bender

Jeremy Bender is currently an editorial intern at Business Insider. Previously he has written for BuzzFeed and a host of blogs. He is constantly frugal, and finds every way possible to pinch the few pennies he has.

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