Which Rush Charge is best for me?
It depends on the device you are attempting to charge. Here is a breakdown of some popular devices and their battery levels:
iPhone SE - 4000mAh
iPhone XR - 2900mAh (give or take)
iPhone 11 (and up) - 3000mAh
Samsung Galaxy Series (average) - 4500mAh
For a device with a battery in the 2900mAh to 3500mAh range, we recommend the Rush Charge Max.
For a battery between 3500mAh and 4500mAh, we recommend the Rush Charge Trident.
For all devices with batteries above that range, we recommend our Rush Bank 10,000mAh Power Bank.
Which Rush Charge is Compatible With my Phone?
We offer Rush Charges and Rush Banks with three connections, Micro-USB, Lightning, and USB-Type C. Your phone will most likely use one of these connections.
Here is a breakdown of popular phone models featuring each connection type:
- Samsung Galaxy M-Series
- Samsung Galaxy A-Series
- Nokia 6.1 Plus
- OnePlus 6 and Newer
- iPhone 5 and Newer
- iPhone 6
- Nokia 4.2
- Samsung Galaxy A11
- Motorola Moto E
- LG K30
How do I recharge my Rush Charge?
By plugging it into a USB Wall Block or a Laptop/Computer USB port.
Two ways are best. First, from a power source capable of charging it, 60w wall blocks are the best. Apple, for example, has 20w Power Adapters that plug into the wall outlets of your home and some compatible vehicles. While 60w ‘blocks’ are the best to plug into, you are also able to connect the USB port of any laptop/computer and receive a slower recharge, but it still gets the job done.
How do I use my Rush Charge Hinge?
How do I use my Rush Charge Trident?
How to use Rush Charge Devices
How to use RC Buds
How to use your Rush Bank Ultra