Portable High Capacity Battery 15000mAh Power Bank

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Model No:GM188
Cell: 18650 cell*5
Size: 140*64*22mm
Net Weight: about 291g  
Input :DC 5.0V-1000mA
Output:DC 5.0V-1A/2A
Charging Time: around 10-12 hours
Flash light:LED lighting
Color: black,pink,silver,blue




2.Product Description:

With such massive capacity, in such a compact package, the Gomeir GM188 is perfect for flights, road trips, or just any time you're away from an outlet.

Enough power to go around
Marooned? In transit? Forget your OEM adapter? With the Gomeir, prolong your battery life multiple times, wherever you are. Holding enough power to charge most smartphones 7-8 times, keep your gadgets going for days and still have juice left to share.

Strong but never slow
In addition to capacity, the Gomeir GM188 sports two concurrent, high-speed ports. So whether you're charging an Apple or Android device, you'll get the most out of your technology. We've also included connective adapters to ensure compatibility with most devices.


Designed around the details
Just because the GM188 packs a punch, doesn't mean it can't look nice. Simple, unobtrusive features, such as one-touch status LEDs and a built-in flashlight, give you everything you need out of a battery without sacrificing aesthetics.


3.Compatibility:

iPad 4 3 2, iPad Mini, iPhone 5S 5C 5 4S 4, iPod (please use the original 8Pin / 30Pin Cable from Apple)
-2 X Micro USB Connector:
SmartPhones: Samsung / HTC / LG / Motorola / BlackBerry / Nokia / Google / Sony
Tablets & eReader: Google Nexus 7 / Nexus 10
- Other cell phone, MP3, MP4, digital camera, and other with DC 5V input

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Q:Was Thomas Jefferson right when he said that things such as the private Federal Reserve Bank destroy us?
Jefferson was definitely an opponent of the first national bank of the U.S. created by Alexander Hamilton. Chief among his objections was the private ownership of these banks, something that Hamilton held as a virtue. To some extent, the original structure of the Federal Reserve validated that concern. The central oversight agency (then called the Board of Directors) was relatively weak and the large-bank dominated branches showed surprising indifference to bank failures. That all changed with the Bank Act of 1935. Absolute power over the system was given to the newly renamed Board of Governors. The branches were reduced to day-to-day operations. So it would be wrong to say that there is no government oversight. Read up on the Board of Governors. That should help with your understanding -- if you're willing to question fringe site thinking.
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Q:can any power bank can charge iphone 5s?
The difference would be in the power adaptor you use. If you're using the charger that came with your iPhone, it should work just fine.
Q:What was banking like in colorado in the 1860s?
Back then, most people used Masons Bank. That is a jar with a snap on lid, and then buried out back where no one could find it. There wasn't any Federal Depositors Insurance Corporation to protect peoples savings back then. If the bank got robbed or made bad loans, the depositors lost their savings. Based on that, most people did not trust banks. For the people who did deposit money in the banks, the process was much like it is today, except there wasn't any checks or credit cards. You had to come in an sign paper to get a loan to buy something. If the loan was approved, the borrower got cash to go make the purchase.
Q:How would one go about owning/controlling a federal (central) bank?
They don't have stock. They are controlled by a board of governors who are appointed by the President. You would go to the White House and have him appoint you. The main power is setting interest rates. You don't control the entire reserve, or any of the reserve. Congress controls what money gets spent and how it is spent.
Q:Old movie. The sister gets kidnaped to blackmail her to rob the bank.?
That sounds suspiciously like The Town.
Q:Which of these is an example of an implied power of the Federal Government?
D. to establish national speed limits Implied Powers - These are powers that are NOT specifically delegated in the Constitution, but are understood to be necessary or allowed. The elastic clause or necessary and proper clause allows these by stating that Congress has the power to make all laws which shall be necessary and proper for carrying into execution the foregoing powers (art. I, sec. 8). Examples include: Hamilton's creation of the National Bank - no power to create banks is delegated the Federal Government, however it was deemed necessary and proper to form a bank to aid in Congress's power to coin money and regulate the economy. (see McCullough vs. Maryland 1819) Regulation of Railroads, Shipping, Highways - Congress is delegated the power to regulate interstate trade and as such it is implied that Congress also has the power to regulate interstate transportation by which interstate trade is made possible. (see Gibbons vs. Ogden 1824)
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@dd a bigger exhaust and intake. Hope this helps.
Q:in the case of McCulloch vs Maryland, the supreme court?
b. ruled that Congress could charter a national bank The Supreme Court, however, decided that the chartering of a bank was an implied power of the Constitution, under the “elastic clause,” which granted Congress the authority to “make all laws which shall be necessary and proper for carrying into execution” the work of the Federal Government.
Q:Power of attorney and bank accounts?
yes everything should be spelled out on the form and notarized at time of signature. don't forget to include the last f digits of their social for identification purposes after their name on the contract.

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