By Brian, 24 January, 2022 Forum Hardware and Accessories Does anyone know whether there is an accessible power bank? there one that beeps when you turn it on or make a sound when it’s fully charged? Options Log in or register to post comments Comments Battery? If you mean accessible battery, there is one. $90 check below. If not, sorry. https://www.atguys.com/store/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=46&… There are at least two You will find them if you search google Accessible Portable Charger & Power Bank, there are two. I'll post the 20000 first then the link for the 10000 20000 link: https://www.atguys.com/store/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=46&products_id=379 10000 power bank link: https://www.atguys.com/store/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=46&products_id=378 Or I don't mean to rub anyone the wrong way, but I have one of those 10,000ma power banks I bought some years ago. $99,. Nice features. Buzzes four times when it's full, three times when it's three quarters full, etc. Beeps in a particular way when it's charging my phone. Nice stuff. Thing is, none of those features really does anything worthwhile, other than easing my somewhat irrational doubt about whether it's charged, or whether it's charging something I've plugged into it. Run of the mill, non-accessible power banks work just fine for me, though, and I'm at a loss to understand why I ever thought I needed confirmation of what the power bank is doing. What does an ordinary, non-accessible power bank do? 1. Plug it in. It charges. 2. Plug it in overnight. It's fully charged. 3. Plug something into it. It charges. 4. Plug something into it for the number of hours in the documentation (or overnight) . It's fully charged. 5. What's left? Learning how much power is left in your power bank? What difference does that make. It has what it has. If you use your power bank and/or read the documentation that came with it, you know the approximate number of charges it still has left in it, but what it has, it has. I keep charging stuff until it doesn't have anything any more, and I charge the power bank whenever I can. What else can I do? Sure, you'll say that if you know it's running out of power, you'll charge it up again, but that's kinda silly, if you'll pardon me for saying so. Like I said, I charge my power bank whenever I can, no matter how empty or charged it is. When I need it, I use it. When I can charge it, I charge it. When it's fully charged, I put it away until I need it. Having beeps and buzzes and bells and whistles doesn't change anything. You'll still use it the same way regardless. Now, why am I writing all this? Smile. I suppose if you have $99 ready to buy a 10,000ma power bank that has bells and whistles, and if buying it will make you happy, then I say go for it. But I just bought a 30,000ma power bank that doesn't have buzzers or beeps, and I spent a tiny fraction of that $99. In fact, and I feel a little proud about this, through a combination of factors, I bought it from Amazon for less than $6. It's normally $54. I suppose if I wanted to, I could have bought 16 of these 30,000ma power banks for less than that bells and whistles $99, 10,000ma power bank, but I really don't think I'll need more than a single 30,000ma power bank that works just fine without any bells or whistles at all. Smile. thanks for listening! Bruce . I have to agree. I have an… I have to agree. I have an ankor one and it's grate, except I sometimes turn on trickle charge without realizing it. I realize it when 4 hours later my phone only went up 3 percent. Woops? but I love my 20 dollar anchor power bank and plan to get another one. Battery Accessible battery. I got my due to the fact that I tended to charge my when it was 70 or 40% charge. Also if you are out all day and your battery is dead because you thought it was charge both would not work. I prefer knowing than guess the status of my battery. I got a nice battery from anker but did not like it because of this issue. So when I found one that will tell me I got it. I like to be preper. I gave my anker to a friend. She can see and will help her. Do not get why they can not make them accessible. It probably would be so easy to put a chip telling you the persentage or give a haptic for the persentage. You get what you pay for If you want things accessible it costs to make it. Things aren't free. If you pay $30 you will get an inaccessible battery. You won't know if it is charged or if your device is charging. If its a phone that is easy to tell. What if it is a headset? You don't know the status of the battery pack. Charging the battery pack to frequently can shorten the life of that battery pack. Accessibility Agree if is Braille writer but battery? Most of those battery made in China and probably benot to spensive to make. I am OK with my. To each there own. aluminium graphene powerbanks hi, here's my suggestion. pretty soon the market will be filled with powerbanks that use aluminium graphene instead of lithium. you can already find them at kickstarter sites. the gag is that these powerbanks charge hundereds of times faster than lithium ones. so like the other fellows mentioned before, you wont really need to care how full it is, because it ch'arges super fast and does not have the same deprecation in performance that lithium ones do. then hopefully soon also all our phones will have them, and then we REALLY dont need to worry about juicing our gadgets up - we will only need powerbanks for camping. i will refrain from linking to any third party websites, but a simple google search for: aluminium graphene powerbank will do the trick. at the moment they may still be a bit expensive, and if you can wait, i would propose waitingeaor getting a cheap lithium one like the guy before said. take care y'all Agree With Bruce I agree with Bruce. It is true that you can shorten the life of a battery bank by charging it too much but, for the price of the accessible power banks, you could replace an equivalent one the regular power banks several times over. I have always used regular power banks and get by just fine. One way you can tell if the power bank is fully charged is when the power adapter used to charge it is no longer warm.