About the same amount of time as the 5W wall charger that comes with iPhones.
It’s a pretty big battery. It takes about 3 hours to fully charge.
Yes, the Megabank supports charging of all three USB devices while it is plugged in and being charged itself.
Yes. Many laptop chargers are 40W meaning this Megabank will deliver about 2 hours of power and / or charging for your laptop.
According to the TSA you can up to two spare batteries per customer in carry-on luggage. These megabanks are rated < 100 watt hours which means they can be packed in checked luggage as well.
No, the cables are not included. But of course you can buy a nice three pack of high-quality Paracord Lightning Cables here.
Who wouldn’t want a powerful flashlight on their Megabank? In all seriousness, having this device in the trunk for emergencies is perfect. Car is dead, power is out – having a spare, strong flashlight combined with a battery for charging phones has saved me more than once.
I use the Megabank when camping. I can charge all of my devices AND we take a large monitor with us for watching movies. The AC plug powers the full size monitor for a couple of hours.
Yes, the Megabank comes with an adapter in the box for European power plugs.
Yes, as long as the total load is under the rated amperage of the AC outlet of 85 Watts. Or, better if you just need both devices plugged in, but will only be drawing power from one at a time, the splitter will work perfectly. Convenient AC splitters are available from Amazon for less than $10.
No, the Megabank comes with a wall charger / DC adapter and must be plugged into an AC outlet to charge.
Yep. A label printer draws a pretty small amount of power. The Megabank is perfect for mobile applications like this.