Lion Eclipse FAQ

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Below is our Lion Eclipse FAQ to help you learn more about the Eclipse Portable Power Bank and Charger

The Lion Eclipse is a powerful 3-in-1 wireless and USB charger. No need for multiple cords or chargers for all your devices. Just use the small yet powerful Eclipse. Approved for travel on an airplane.

You can charge your smart devices -- phone 10X, earpods 45X, watch 78X, or any other USB device such as gaming units, tablets, laptops, wireless speakers, USB power projectors, and more. Charge times and rates may vary.

The Lion Eclipse has a continuous 27,000 mAh / 99.9 Wh of power output. To calculate how long the Eclipse can power a device, use this formula: Wh / W or mAh/mA = Estimated Run Time. So for mAh, a device drawing 100mA can be powered for 270 hours (27,000/100=270). If your device works in watts and your device draws 25 watts, then it would power it for 4 hours (99.9/25=4).

It will maintain its charge for up to a year without having to charge it. This is known as shelf life or storage life. However, we recommend using it more frequently – around the house, outside, on adventures, at work or anywhere you need power. It's great in emergencies too.

Step 1 - Connect the USB cord to the Eclipse and a USB device by connecting one end of the USB cord to the Lion Eclipse and the other end to the device you want to charge. The connection on the Lion Eclipse is on the end, underneath the rubber flap.

Step 2 - White indicator lights will illuminate showing that the device is being charged.

Step 1 - Turn on the Lion Eclipse by pushing the power button and hold for 3-4 seconds.

Step 2 - A green light will illuminate on the left side of the white lights, indicating you can place your Qi enables smart phone, Earpod, and/or watch on the corresponding icon top of the Lion Eclipse.

Step 3 - The device will begin to charge and when you remove the green light and Lion Eclipse will automatically turn off in ~30 seconds.

Note: if your device cannot be wirelessly charged, use its USB cord to charge it with the Lion Eclipse by using the USB port on the end of the Lion Eclipse, under the rubber flap.

Qi is the leading standard for wireless charging devices. The Qi standard is supported by many mobile devices manufactures, including:

Apple, Asus, Google, HTC, Huawei, LG Electronics, Motorola, Nokia, Samsung, Blackberry, Xiaomi, and Sony.

To see a partial list of some of the popular smartphones that support Qi Charging, Click Here.  

They indicate the Lion Eclipse is on and how much power the Eclipse has:

  • 1 light (~25%)
  • 2 lights (~50%)
  • 3 lights (~75%) and
  • 4 lights (~100%)

The Lion Eclipse, wall charging cord and a quick start guide.

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