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post #256 of 19490
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Originally Posted by Hutnicks View Post


How big is that unit?

Here are two links to the product (the website doesn't handle full web to mobile website very nicely)
I am in no way affiliated with them or their products(apart from using them, as a consumer)
mobile website
http://m.a-solar.eu/EN/solar_chargers_power_bank_7000.htm
Normal website
http://www.a-solar.eu/EN/solar_chargers_power_bank_7000.htm

-CH23
post #257 of 19490
It's a good thing I have two 8,000 mAh Portable Battery chargers.
post #258 of 19490

X5 and FiiO is on the right road guys. They thought about everything with many aspects and they decide which is the ultimate best solution and go for it.

 

I really respect James and FiiO.

post #259 of 19490
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Originally Posted by ClieOS View Post

No, snap-on or screw-in has lesser to do with the issue. Being 'user-replaceable' will imply the user is allowed to replace the battery any time they want without voiding the warranty. I would think this isn't exactly what FiiO wants when they put in an easier to replace battery. So at the end, you can replace the battery with ease if you really want to, but doing so yourself will still void the warranty. That's why it is described as being non user-replaceable in order to avoid any confusion.
Didn't know it'll void the warranty. This clears things up thank you. Anyway, it's still nice that you can replace the battery easily when the time comes. smily_headphones1.gif
post #260 of 19490
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Originally Posted by JamesFiiO View Post

 

in fact, I used Galaxy note and S3, and iP4S before, what I found is that a power bank is more convenience than a replaceable battery, and it limited the ID design and build quality. and when we upgrade our E11 next year, we will also remove the replaceable battery. Trust me, now almost everyone 

will carry a power bank so you don't need an extra battery. and all our products can be charged via a power bank.

Sounds like Fiio will be in the power bank business.

post #261 of 19490
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Originally Posted by goodvibes View Post

Sounds like Fiio will be in the power bank business.

Maybe they should! They say you should diversify your investments, so why not? 

post #262 of 19490
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Originally Posted by CH23 View Post


Here are two links to the product (the website doesn't handle full web to mobile website very nicely)
I am in no way affiliated with them or their products(apart from using them, as a consumer)
mobile website
http://m.a-solar.eu/EN/solar_chargers_power_bank_7000.htm
Normal website
http://www.a-solar.eu/EN/solar_chargers_power_bank_7000.htm

-CH23


I actually have a solar type, which is about the size of an Italian wallet. These look considerably smaller. Thanks

post #263 of 19490
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Originally Posted by Achmedisdead View Post

Maybe they should! They say you should diversify your investments, so why not? 


Aha the Tice powerblock comes to mobileFi:)

 

Has anybody attempted to pop a larger cap battery into the E11?

post #264 of 19490
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Originally Posted by Hutnicks View Post


Aha the Tice powerblock comes to mobileFi:)

 

Has anybody attempted to pop a larger cap battery into the E11?

The stock battery is an 800mAh, and the one that came with the external charger in the package from the Micca Store is 900mAh, but I haven't bothered to test and see if that really makes a difference.

post #265 of 19490
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Originally Posted by Achmedisdead View Post

The stock battery is an 800mAh, and the one that came with the external charger in the package from the Micca Store is 900mAh, but I haven't bothered to test and see if that really makes a difference.


I ask because on the bay there is a seller advertising 1800mAh units and I am tempted to try one. My E11 is miles out of warranty so no risk there.

 

I'd really like to not have to charge this as often as I do.

post #266 of 19490
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Originally Posted by Hutnicks View Post


I ask because on the bay there is a seller advertising 1800mAh units and I am tempted to try one. My E11 is miles out of warranty so no risk there.

 

I'd really like to not have to charge this as often as I do.

 

Those are most likely overstated 1000mAH more, if you are lucky.

post #267 of 19490
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Originally Posted by ClieOS View Post

 

Those are most likely overstated 1000mAH more, if you are lucky.


Yes I have had that experience before. Which is why I posed the initial question, figured somebody would have already tried them.

post #268 of 19490
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Originally Posted by Hutnicks View Post


I actually have a solar type, which is about the size of an Italian wallet. These look considerably smaller. Thanks

Solar would be handy, but is at it's current state too slow to use (especially with the Dutch weather)
post #269 of 19490
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Originally Posted by CH23 View Post


Solar would be handy, but is at it's current state too slow to use (especially with the Dutch weather)


Yeah we are getting 4 seasons in one day here so it's not the greatest solution. Truth be told I found the damn thing at a bus stop so I cannot complain.

post #270 of 19490
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Originally Posted by Hutnicks View Post


Yeah we are getting 4 seasons in one day here so it's not the greatest solution. Truth be told I found the damn thing at a bus stop so I cannot complain.

Hah, that leaves more money for audio gear!
i've been looking for a stray AKG K1000 at busstops but never found one tongue.gif
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