Sailor Scouts MimoPowerDeck Sailor Moon | Mimoco
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Sailor Scouts MimoPowerDeck Sailor Moon | MimocoFighting monsters and the Negaverse can be really draining on you and your portable devices. That’s why Mimoco is proud to present our Limited Edition Sailor Moon Crystal MimoPowerDeck. Don’t miss your chance to use this Sailor Moon power bank to charge your smartphone and mobile tech with the power of the Moon!
You may know her as Usagi or as Serena, but no matter her name, she’s always the guardian of Love and Justice, Sailor Moon. Unveiled to the world first at San Diego Comic Con 2016, Mimoco’s Sailor Scout external battery is limited to less than 500 pieces. Sailor Moon stands proud with the ever faithful Sailor Scouts at her side as they prepare to fight any villain that dares attack our universe or drain your cellphone battery.
This Sailor Moon portable phone charger is compatible with Android, iOS, and other 5V devices. Did your camera battery die during your cosplay shoot? Is your portable game system about to power down right before the next level? MimoPowerDeck is here to save the day with dual charging ports and maximum charge output of 2.4A to keep your favorite Moonies powered up and ready to fight.
Features of the MimoPowerDeck include a power button and a four light LED charge indicator. No need to shout “Moon Prism Power” to see what level your battery is at. (Unless you want to of course, we won’t judge.) Included with the MimoPowerDeck are a USB to micro USB charging cable and microfiber carrying pouch to keep everything stored in one place.
With a MimoPowerDeck 8000mAh external battery charger you can fight evil by moonlight, win love by daylight, and still have power to play the newest mobile game sensation around lunchtime.
- Capacity: 8000mAh
- Cycle Life: 500 Times
- Input: MicroUSB 5V/2A
- Output: USB 5v/2.4A
- Cell Type: Lithium Polymer
- DC Charging Time: 6 hours (8000mAh)
- Dimensions: 121 x 65 x 15.6mm (8000mAh)
- Compatibility: Most devices with 5V input that draw a charge from USB, such as smartphones, MP3 players, cameras, GPS, handheld gaming systems, etc. Some USB charged devices may have proprietary charging specifications and are not compatible.