This product is also exclusively available at the Apple Store.
for Apple Devices, USB Devices
The powerstation XXL portable battery can extend your iPhone’s battery up to 70 hours and your iPad for up to 18 hours. Three USB ports let you charge multiple devices at once. You never have to drag extra cables along with you because the Apple Lightning connector lets you use the existing Lightning cable from your Apple device to recharge the powerstation XXL.
This 20,200mAh portable battery provides hours of power for your Apple devices: +70 hours for iPhone X, +28 hours for iPad mini 4 or +18 hours for iPad 10.5-inch.*
Use the Lightning cable from your Apple device to recharge the powerstation plus.
Charge two devices at fast speeds using the two high-output 2.1A USB-A ports, and a charge a third device simultaneously using a third 1A USB-A port.
Connect the powerstation XXL portable battery to a wall adapter in the evening and pass-through charging will send power to a connected device first, then recharge the powerstation battery so both are fully charged when you wake up.
The integrated four-light LED power indicator displays charging status and the current battery life, so you always know how much power you have left.
The sleek, black aluminum finish looks professional and makes this the perfect accessory for any mobile lifestyle.
*Extra battery estimates based on comparisons with the mAh battery capacities of common consumer electronic devices. The amount of extra battery you receive depends on a variety of factors that are different for every user.
2 Year Warranty
3.6 x 6.0 x 0.8 in (92 x 155 x 20 mm)
mophie powerstation batteries are compatible with virtually any available smartphone. For example, for an iPhone 6s the powerstation mini battery can provide up to 12 additional hours of video playback; the powerstation battery can provide up to 24 additional hours of video playback; the powerstation XL battery can provide up to 48 additional hours of video playback, and the powerstation XXL battery can provide up to 100 additional hours of video playback.
Yes, the powerstation battery will charge from any high-current USB port, which are available on most computers. Lower-current ports available on some computers, as well as USB ports on keyboards and hubs may not effectively charge the powerstation battery.
You bet. For an iPad mini 4 the powerstation mini battery can provide up to 5 additional hours of video playback; the powerstation battery can provide up to 9 additional hours of video playback; the powerstation XL battery can provide up to 14 additional hours of video playback, and the powerstation XXL battery can provide up to 28 additional hours of video playback.
Yes. When you’re recharging your powerstation battery, Priority+ pass-through charging provides power to a connected device first, before the powerstation battery starts to recharge. On powerstation, powerstation XL and powerstation XXL batteries, Priority + Pass-Thru Charging is available at the marked USB port.
Simply press the powerstation battery’s status indicator button to begin charging.
After connecting the powerstation battery’s micro USB port to a power source, the LED status indicators will start blinking to indicate charging. The lights will turn off after 30 seconds allowing for a good night’s rest. Remember to check the status indicator before you disconnect. When all four LEDs are lit, your powerstation battery is fully charged.
powerstation and powerstation XL battery models have an additional USB port that lets you charge two devices at the same time, and the powerstation XXL battery has 2 extra USB ports, allowing you to charge up to 3 devices at the same time. (Note: Two of the powerstation XXL battery’s ports have a 2.1A output and one has a 1.0A output, as marked on the bottom of the unit.)
Connect the charging cables included with your devices to the powerstation battery’s USB ports and to your devices, then press the status indicator button to begin charging.
You can recharge your powerstation battery for over 500 full cycles. A full cycle is when you recharge the battery from 0% to 100%. Partial cycles, like charging from 25% to 100%, will not count as a full cycle until all of the partials equal 100%. After 500 full cycles, the powerstation battery may provide less than 75% of its original capacity. This is normal for any product with a lithium polymer battery.