Lumsing’s 13,400mAh Grand A1 Plus, packs in a lot of juice, giving your devices more than a couple of charges before you need to charge the actual power bank. Ive been using the Lumsing Grand A1 Plus for a little over a month now and I’ve come to learn, it’s an invaluable travel accessory.
The packaging is very simple and eco-friendly, inside, you’ll find your Lumsing Grand A1 power bank, a micro USB cable and a users manual.
There are four LED lights that display how much charge the power bank has left remaining, each light equals about 25%. It takes around 6-8 hours to charge so it’s best left to charge over night. Ive been using this power bank for a while now to charge my iPhone 6s and my iPad Air 2, the two USB output ports mean I can charge them both at the same time. The power bank comes with a standard 18 months warranty, so if anything does go wrong, you’ll be sent a replacement.
The Not So Good
One thing im not particularly fond of, is the fact that the Grand A1 Plus is a little bit on the heavy side, weighing in at 262g, it wouldn’t say it’s ideal for carrying it around in your pocket. Then again, I guess that’s the price you pay for a power bank that has a capacity of 13,400mAh and has extra interior protection thats designed to help protect against drops.
Overall, I think the Lumsing Grand A1 is a cool accessory to have lying around your house or if you’re ever travelling and you think you might not have a place to charge your smartphone, this power bank will fully charge your phone from 0%-100% more than once, maybe even up to six times depending on your device. Having two USB output ports is handy, which means you can charge two devices at once.
You can buy the Lumsing Grand A1 Plus here for under $25
If you’re looking for a little lighter power bank, you might want to check out the Lumsing Glory P1 8000mAh, our review here.