Kit to buy for an Op Tour

Great thread, couple of good ideas in here.
With regards to power packs and chargers, always make sure that the output is rated to 5v and 2A or better. (Most modern electronic gubbins take 5v, check first).
A lot of chargers and power packs are only good for 1A or even 0.7A, which an ipod, tablet or even some phones won't even recognise that it's charging.
Better that that, get ten or so of the standard length cables that your device uses off ebay, for about 7-10 quid. Its ******* annoying having to position a cable juuuuuust right for the cnut to charge and it spitting the dummy three seconds later, unless you want to spring for posh cabling, most ones you get crap out in a few months
 

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Great thread, couple of good ideas in here.
With regards to power packs and chargers, always make sure that the output is rated to 5v and 2A or better. (Most modern electronic gubbins take 5v, check first).
A lot of chargers and power packs are only good for 1A or even 0.7A, which an ipod, tablet or even some phones won't even recognise that it's charging.
Better that that, get ten or so of the standard length cables that your device uses off ebay, for about 7-10 quid. Its ******* annoying having to position a cable juuuuuust right for the cnut to charge and it spitting the dummy three seconds later, unless you want to spring for posh cabling, most ones you get crap out in a few months

Amazon own brand cables are particularly good, especially the apple flash ones, much more robust than apples own.
 

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