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Once again, the aluminum wins out. It feels very nice in your hand and really helps tie in a modernistic feel with the device. This is coupled with the massive button located at the end, used for turning on and off the LED flash light, along with the power indicators.
The button is something that is often overlooked by most companies, whom provide you with a tiny and hard to press button that often requires you to turn on a light or fiddle around for a while before activating any features.
The included flash light is certainly bright enough to illuminate anything you wish to do. It lights up my room as well as the torch on my Samsung Galaxy S4, alongside being a single-LED, so it will drain barely any of your precious power.
The shape is a little concerning as is the weight. Coming in at 170g and cylindrical in shape, the battery pack itself feels almost like two D-Cell batteries stacked on top of each other. Comparing this to other products, the Justin 2000 mAh power bank feels around 50% of the weight in your hand.
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