How to Use a Heyday Power Bank

Introduction

Your Heyday Power Bank is simple to use, and a lifesaver to let today's modern power-hungry smartphones, tablets, and even smartwatches go the distance.

This guide will cover the basics of your power bank.

Heyday Power Bank.

1 Charging

Your Heyday Power Bank is a battery that allows you to charge your mobile devices while on the go.

It is recommended to charge your power bank to full, so it's ready for you while you're out and about.
  1. Make sure the power bank is off. Push the Power Button on the side till all the lights on the front go out.
    Inset of side with Power Button highlighted.Inset of front with Indicator Lights highlighted.
  2. Connect the included cable to the Micro USB Port on the top.
    Top with Micro USB port highlighted.
  3. Connect the other end to a power adapter plugged into the wall, or a desktop computer.
The PB-25 has a 2000 mAh battery, and will take about three hours to fully charge.
The PB-26 has a 4000 mAh battery, and will take about five hours to fully charge.
You cannot charge a device from the power bank while charging the power bank itself.

2 Charging a Device

  1. Make sure the power bank is on. Push the Power Button on the side till all the lights on the front turn on.
    Inset of side with Power Button highlighted.Inset of front with Indicator Lights highlighted.
  2. Connect the charging cable for your device to the USB port on the top.
    Top of power bank with USB port highlighted.
You cannot charge your Power Bank while charging a device with it.

3 Indicator Lights

When your power bank is turned on, the indicator lights on the front will turn on.
Inset of front with Indicator Lights highlighted.

  • 4 lights - 100% charged
  • 3 lights - 75% charged
  • 2 lights - 50% charged
  • 1 light - 25% charged

4 Precautions

Your Heyday Power Bank is a battery. As with any device with a battery, there are certain precautions you should take.

Do not get your Power Bank wet or use it near water, it can short out and cause damage to the Power Bank itself, and can result in injury to you.
To clean your Power Bank, use a soft, dry cloth.

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Your Heyday Power Bank is simple to use, and a lifesaver to let today's modern power-hungry smartphones, tablets, and even smartwatches go the distance.

This guide will cover the basics of your power bank.

Heyday Power Bank.

Your Heyday Power Bank is a battery that allows you to charge your mobile devices while on the go.

It is recommended to charge your power bank to full, so it's ready for you while you're out and about.
  1. Make sure the power bank is off. Push the Power Button on the side till all the lights on the front go out.
    Inset of side with Power Button highlighted.Inset of front with Indicator Lights highlighted.
  2. Connect the included cable to the Micro USB Port on the top.
    Top with Micro USB port highlighted.
  3. Connect the other end to a power adapter plugged into the wall, or a desktop computer.
The PB-25 has a 2000 mAh battery, and will take about three hours to fully charge.
The PB-26 has a 4000 mAh battery, and will take about five hours to fully charge.
You cannot charge a device from the power bank while charging the power bank itself.
  1. Make sure the power bank is on. Push the Power Button on the side till all the lights on the front turn on.
    Inset of side with Power Button highlighted.Inset of front with Indicator Lights highlighted.
  2. Connect the charging cable for your device to the USB port on the top.
    Top of power bank with USB port highlighted.
You cannot charge your Power Bank while charging a device with it.

When your power bank is turned on, the indicator lights on the front will turn on.
Inset of front with Indicator Lights highlighted.

  • 4 lights - 100% charged
  • 3 lights - 75% charged
  • 2 lights - 50% charged
  • 1 light - 25% charged

Your Heyday Power Bank is a battery. As with any device with a battery, there are certain precautions you should take.

Do not get your Power Bank wet or use it near water, it can short out and cause damage to the Power Bank itself, and can result in injury to you.
To clean your Power Bank, use a soft, dry cloth.
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