CHUGPLUG 65 - Portable Power for MacBook Air and 13in MacBook Pro

  • The world's only seamlessly integrated external battery pack for MacBook
  • Compatible with MacBook Air and 13 inch MacBook Pro
  • For 45 and 60W Apple MagSafe Power Adapters
  • Proprietary Technology with International Patents
Model Number PPWMB65
Watt Hours (Wh) 65
Chemistry Lithium Polymer
Unit Depth 1.1
Unit Height 9
Unit Weight (lbs) 1.1
Unit Width 2.9
UPC 29521854718
Warranty 1 Year

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Q: Can I use the ChugPlug with a pre-2012 MacBook laptop? ThanksA: As long as the MacBook is powered by a 45 or 60 watt adapter it will be compatible. The MagSafe adapter will have the specifications printed along the side of it.
Q: Are the chargers allowed on Airplane (carry on luggage)?A: Yes, they are currently approved to be transported in your carry-on luggage.
Q: Can I use it on 15" MacBook Pro RetinaA: Unfortunately, the ChugPlug is not compatible with the 15" Pro.
Q: Do you have a UK distributor?, if not, what is the portage to the UK Many thanksA: For the UK you should try the following:
Q: Please is this product suitable for Macbook Pro Retina 13 inch !! Please advise Thank YouA: The ChugPlug is compatible with the MacBook Pro Retina 13"
Q: Hi i just purchased a chugplug and was wondering how much cycles does it have?A: The amount of charge cycles the ChugPlug can have in it's lifetime-would be hundreds.
Q: How much mah does this have? Thank you!A: The ChugPlug has: 11.1V / 4000mAh - the unit converts from battery to AC power.
Q: Can I use this for the new 11 inch macbook with retina display?A: It is compatible for laptops that use a 45 to 60 watt MagSafe adapter.
Q: What is the capacity of this battery in MaH? Also why is it not compatible with a 15 inch MacBook Pro? I understand that the 15 inch MacBook Pro charges from a 80w charger but it will accept power from a 45, or 65W charger as well. Also no matter the capacity of the battery it will still theoretically charge the computer a little bit. I'm not asking for a full charge but ever bit helps. So would it actually work with a 15inch MacBook Pro, albeit at a slower rate and giving minimum charge?A: The capacity is 4000mAh. Since the MagSafe adapter is required to connect the ChugPlug to the MacBook Pro 15”, the higher wattage MagSafe is what shuts down the ChugPlug and will not allow it to work properly.
How much mah does this have? Thank you!A: The ChugPlug has: 11.1V / 4000mAh - the unit converts from battery to AC power.