Chargeasap Flash Pro PlusSource: Chargeasap

What you need to know

  • Chargeasap has announced a new charger that promises to charge all the things.
  • The battery pack even has an OLED screen to keep you informed of what's going on inside.

Fancy getting your hands on a battery pack that can charge six devices at once? What about one that supports MagSafe and Apple Watch charging? Sounds good, right? And if I then told you it has an OLED display for showing battery information, you'd be interested wouldn't you? Right now you can get all of this and more via the Chargeasap Pro Plus.

Available via Indiegogo, the whole thing costs $149 which is a lot less than the $319 that it will cost when it goes to retail. That's quite the saving. And it's quite the battery pack as well.

Flash Pro Plus has not just 2 but 3 USB-C Power Delivery 3.0 ports as well as 1 x USB-A port, so that's four different USB devices that can be charged at the same time. Then use the magnetic wireless charger for a fifth and put your Apple Watch on top for a sixth. Six devices, all charging at once, from a battery pack. That's insane. To top it off, Chargeasap says the magnetic charger supports 15W charging, too. You could be charging your iPhone 12 and Apple Watch Series 6 at the same time!

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Chargeasap Flash Pro Plus With AirpodsSource: Chargeasap

Some Android phones are supported as well — in case you have a friend that needs a charge!

Flash Pro Plus can deliver a powerful 100W Power Delivery 3.0 from a single USB-C port while many of the competition struggle to even reach 60W. Additional USB-C ports are able to reach 60W and 20W respectively. We've also thrown in a powerful 50W USB-A that's been specially designed to be compatible with Oppo (50W), OnePlus (50W),Vivo (50W) and Huawei (22.5W) proprietary fast charge technology as well as supporting Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0. To top this all off Flash Pro Plus features a fast 15W magnetic wireless charging pad compatible with Magsafe devices and a separate wireless pad to support 5W Apple Watch.

Oh, and let's not forget the OLED screen. That 1.3-inch OLED display provides "real time information about not only just the battery percentage remaining, but the power output from each port measured in Watts and Amps when charging a device as well as the running temperature."

All sounds good, right? You can order yours now with deliveries expected by the end of the year. If you need a big battery pack that can offer 25000mAh/92.5Wh of capacity, this is the place to look.

Looking for something a little less beefy? Check out our list of the best battery packs of the year so far.