Outdoor Tech’s Kodiak Is Pure Bear Power


Kodiak Power BankOutdoor Tech said it best when they described the Kodiak  6000 Power-Bank: “Think of the Kodiak 6000 as your portable, waterproof, rugged, universal power bank best buddy. Never worry about running out of power, liquid, or poorly swung baseball bats again. Charge anything with a USB connection using its huge 6000 milliamp battery.

I’ve had the opportunity to test out dozens of battery packs, power-banks, etc over the years and this power-bank stands out due to it’s unique abilities. At only $49.99 for a 6000 mAh battery alone you can’t lose, however with all the extra features you get, it’s a total win!


Kodiak 6000Besides the obvious fact that the Kodiak 6000 will power your devices, it’s coolest features are centered around its durability. The Kodiak is IPX7 Waterproof (submersible up to 3ft for 30 min), as well as shock proof (for those of you like me who drop your electronics on a consistent basis this is key).


So what will 6000 mAh’s of power charge you might ask? The iPhone 6 has an 1810 mAh so you will get more than 3 full charges out of it, the Samsung Galaxy S5 has a larger battery (2800 mAh) so you will get over 2 charges, or more than a full charge for most tablets! Of course you aren’t limited to just cellphones and tablets, the Kodiak will charge anything with a usb cable, ie cameras, games, e-readers, etc.

The Kodiak is available in Black, Camo, Red, Electric Blue, and Green for only 49.99 directly from the store at Outdoor Tech.

For even more information on the Kodiak check out this video from Outdoor Tech and Frank Harrington:



*The Kodiak 6000 was provided by Outdoor Tech for review. I received no other compensation for this post. All thoughts and opinions are my own.


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