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Some years it's cold during the day as well with high winds, so BRING WARM CLOTHES.
The stadium section is BYOB as well, but the beer must be in a soft cooler, not in glass or any container other than cans, and 30 or less beers per person.
My own advice:
Headphones under over the ear hearing protection will be more than enough. radiolemans.co for the official audio stream, or use the imsa app. I've had good success with just headphones as without additional hearing protection.
Bring a roll of toilet paper and some hand soap or sanitizer when you're walking around. The bathrooms in the higher levels of the grand stands typically have no hand soap for the rolex 24.
Get yourself the highest capacity (maH) external battery pack/charger you can afford. There are limited outlets around the track and you probably don't want to be standing around one of the charging stations in the grand stands waiting for your phone to charge. Anker ones are good, but I prefer this one it has two charging ports so it charges twice as fast as the others. I have two of them and they work great.
Power bank that's preferably 20,000 mah or above? I bought one in march a couple years ago for $32 and recently lost it.
This is the power bank I bought. As you can see, it's currently more expensive than when I bought it two years ago! All other similar power banks seem to be just as expensive too.
Thank you in advance!
I know anker gets a lot of positive action here but I bought this 9 months ago and have used it a few times a week for long durations and works awesome and the price can't be beat! EasyAcc 20000mAh Power Bank (4A Dual-Input, 4.8A Smart Output) [link]
I wish I could go on road trips. I have gaming friends all over the US I'd love to go visit, but too scared to interstate it the whole way...
I can choose alternative routes on my phone's GM. The fastest/best route is automatically chosen and is blue. Slower routes are grey, and you can tap them and start with those directions. Hope that helps.
Perhaps to remedy phone dying problem, print off directions ahead of time, or look into a portable power bank? I have this one which is hella overkill, but it charges my phone like 4-5 times before it dies. I wouldn't recommend leaving a battery in the car I guess, but if you usually have a purse or backpack, toss one in there.
Time does help though. I feel like all new drivers are nervous, but the extra step up with anxiety really makes it hard. I hope you're able to get more comfortable :(
EasyAcc 20000mAh Power Bank (4A Dual-Input Fastest Charge 4.8A Smart Output)
Doesn't charge as fast as the wall outlet, but extends BotW playtime by a huge margin. Haven't tried charging it off the power pack in sleep mode yet.
Can you please add Easy Acc to your list of tested devices? Or tell me how I could test it?
They have a couple different sizes ranging from 10000mAh[$15.99] to 26000mAh[$47]
Do you think this also applies to Easy Accs smart tech?
EasyAcc Monster 20000mAh Power Bank(4A Input 4.8A Smart Output)External Battery Charger Portable Charger for Android Phone Samsung Edge S6 HTC Smartphones Tablets - Black and Orange [link]
This is my Powerbank, seems to auto detect supported amperage.
You're going to want a better charger than that, you need one that will last 4 days, so that will require >10,000 mili-amps of power. I use these, they can quick charge 2 phones at once, have 4 outlets as well.
if you don't care about size this is what my wife and I both have. charges tablets too without taking too much away from the thing. [link]
This is the one i've had for a while now, 20k. Can get easily 5 charges out of it, and 4 charge ports lets my friends and I all charge up if we're hanging out at a pokestop. It also has 2 recharge ports, so it charges in about half the time as any other 20k power bank.
> I'm using a Samsung Galaxy s4 mini. This phone will have issues with the "GPS location not found issue." I found the fix for this is to download another app known as: "GPS status & toolbox" run the "Gps status and toolbox" app before opening the "pokemon go" app. The game will now work. You will see pokemon. Note: The servers are currently being slammed. So the game is not really playable. But once the servers calm down. Your phone will be able to play it. I was playing early this morning with no problems. Then people woke up and slammed the servers. I hoped this helped! BTW: The battery drain of this app on our phone is killer. Expect 4 hours max before a dead battery. I recommend grabbing a EasyAcc Monster 20000mAh Power Bank right now. They are on sale for $32.99, which is a 90% discount from the original price of $122.99.
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That's why I bought one of External Battery Pack My battery life was already really suspect, so it's an amazing purchase for this game and just a really good purchase in general. And I got it with 1day shipping on Prime.
I have a fix!
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>I'm using a Samsung Galaxy s4 mini. This phone will have issues with the "GPS location not found issue." I found the fix for this is to download another app known as: "GPS status & toolbox" run the "Gps status and toolbox" app before opening the "pokemon go" app. The game will now work. You will see pokemon. Note: The servers are currently being slammed. So the game is not really playable. But once the servers calm down. Your phone will be able to play it. I was playing early this morning with no problems. Then people woke up and slammed the servers. I hoped this helped! BTW: The battery drain of this app on our phone is killer. Expect 4 hours max before a dead battery. I recommend grabbing a EasyAcc Monster 20000mAh Power Bank right now. They are on sale for $32.99, which is a 90% discount from the original price of $122.99. [link]
So far the best solution I've found is simple USB power banks.
I found these 4 port units
but I would still need 3 of them. Does anyone know of any 5 port power banks?
If it was just a matter of those 2, I'd go with the Abiocn, personally. If you are willing to spend a little more, I would get this:
Hi guys, question: how much better is this power bank compared to this one: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01422TC14?pf_rd_p=c2945051-950f-485c-b4df-15aac5223b10&pf_rd_r=5NTNG0NA2ERVYA9JDSKE ?
Nearly the same capacity for almost half the price, plus I have a very good experience with EasyAcc, I bought a 10.000 mAh power bank from them 3 years ago and it still works flawlessly (maybe not the full 10k but it is to be expected), meanwhile I already tossed 2 power banks from other brands that died on me.
Ya I saw this problem when I started, I'v been using this battery bank "EasyAcc Power Bank"
and These USB cables Take look around amazon there is an Apple option im sure
I’d get one from amazon, infact the one I got was very good it’s the easy acc 20000mah has 4 ports and a very good charge speed. [link]
I have this one
and its great for trips and stuff
I got this one and purchased a usb c cable for the switch, I love that I can plug 2 usb cables into it to charge it in half the time [link]
I would just charge them when you get to a power source.
Use something like this
To charge these
They charge in 6 hours
>Calling 911 on airplane mode works how?
Take iPhone out of airplane mode. Wait to acquire cell tower signal. Call 9-1-1. Curse when signal is dropped. Call local sheriff on direct-dial emergency/dispatch number, using satellite phone.
Note: You should apply tourniquets or perform other immediately necessary life-saving procedures first. Use dedicated GPS device for location information.
Alternate: plug the phone in to an external battery pack (they've gotten cheaper over the years). For extended ops, you could use this.
This is the one I use. I can't drain it to 50% no matter how I use it lol
And here's a short review of it:
I just bought this one EasyAcc Monster 20000mAh Power Bank and one of these iClever BoostCube 4.8A 24W Dual USB Travel Wall Charger.
The power bank has 2 inputs for recharging the battery pack, and with the wall charger I bought with it, it can be completely recharged in about 6 hours instead of the typical 10-12 hours a 20,000 mAh battery pack normally takes.
Also the output is up to 2.4A per port up to 4.8A total. Meaning that you could charge 2 devices simultaneously at 2.4A each, or 4 devices simultaneously at 1.2A each. Assuming your devices can accept a 2.4A input, but if not the power bank will automatically limit the output to whatever your device can handle.
Looking for a big bad-ass and fast power bank. After looking at a few, I've came to the conclusion that these are probably best ones. Is there an other one that I should take a look at besides these?I'll be charging phones, tablets, other stuff(S6 Edge, Edge Plus, Samsung Note Pro, Ps4 Controllers). I have to have one that supports Quick Charging 2.0.
Here are is what I've looked at:
Easy Acc 20000mAh
This is the one I think I'm going to go with. It's got it all that I need. multiple ports, I THINK that it, itself, charges with Quick Charge.
This one supports USB-C that I don't currently have, and its about 15~ U$D more then the others.
Anker PowerCore+ 10050
This one is cheapest of the 3 that I was looking at. It's also about half as many mAh. It's smaller, which isn't important to me.
Also was looking at a Victor k6, not sure if it's as nice as the first one I listed though.
I'd just like to hear any other options that are as good or better then these for the price. I'd like to not spend over 40 bucks if I could help it. Thanks in advance guys!
Came here to say this, and I picked up the 20000mAh battery bank by EasyAcc. Cheaper than the anker version and havent had 1 issue with it. Saved my butt more times than I can count and recharges the gopro exceptionally fast. It is on the larger side like the anker, but any kind of pack that you would carry for longer filming sessions easily supports it. It also fits in the back pocket of my jeans.
Found on amazon without quickcharge for $22
Found on amazon with quickcharge 3.0 for $39
Will this power bank work for the Switch?