Introduction, Specifications & Pricing
Rolling off of the back of our review on the TYLT Energi 3K Battery Pack review, we have the little brother to review, the Energi 2K Battery Pack. In our review of the bigger version of this product, we explained that TYLT has built itself up a following on some seriously slick products, with the Energi 2K Battery Pack continuing this. There are some things that the Energi 2K drops from the Energi 3K, but we'll get into this soon.
TYLT has been on a journey of self-discovery, releasing nothing but quality products at decent prices. Today, we have the second battery pack from TYLT, with 2000mAh of internal battery. Let's swing straight into it, where we'll begin with the specifications on this device.
The TYLT Energi 2K Battery Pack has an output voltage of between 4.75V and 5.25V, the same as its bigger brother, with a lowered total output current of 1A, compared to 2A on the Energi 3K. Total charge time is much less though, sitting at just one and two hours, compared to between three and four hours on the Energi 3K. If you thought the Energi 3K was small, think again - TYLT has crammed much more into the Energi 2K. We have dimensions of 11 x 58 x 95 mm, or 0.43 x 2.28 x 3.74 inches. This means that you could have the TYLT Energi 2K fit in your pocket with ease, and thanks to its internal 2000mAh lithium ion battery, you have enough power to top up your smartphone.
We have three colors to choose from, with blue, gray and red on offer. TYLT offers its Energi 2K Battery Pack (and everything else it sells) through its website, with the Energi 2K Battery pack priced at $39.99.
Taking It Out of the Box
We have the same super posh packaging for the TYLT Energi 2K that we did with the Energi 3K, so let's get right into it.
The front of the package shows off that we have the red version of the Energi 2K, which I found to be quite good looking in person. The front of the package tells us that the Energi 2K Battery Pack "nearly doubles your battery life" and that it is "made for smartphones & tablets". On the back of the packaging, we have some more information, letting us know that we have a rechargeable 2000mAh battery, a slim-line design, a universal USB port, and 1A circuit for quickly charging your device.
In the package, we have the TYLT Energi 2K Battery Pack, a micro-USB to USB cable, warranty guide, a satisfaction guarantee from TYLT and a user guide.
I have come to really appreciate the amount of detail TYLT puts into its products, something that goes as deep as the packaging.
This is the TYLT Energi 3K Battery Pack out of the box.
As you can see here, we have the micro-USB input cable to charge the Energi 2K itself, and the 1A output port.
On the side, we have some details of the battery.
On the other side of the Energi 2K, we have the power button and LED.
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