SKU: GC39-NPB2

Nitecore NPB2 Powerbank

Nitecore NPB2 Powerbank

Designed for Outdoor

The Nitecore NPB2 power bank is your ideal power solution for outdoor activities and everyday carry. IP68 rated and waterproof up to 2m, with 1m of drop resistance, NPB2 can take a splash or an accidental drop when you are running, hiking, trekking or kayaking. Carry the NPB2 with confidence, no matter where you go.

Ready for EDC

At 4.15 inches long and just 7.5oz, you won't even notice the NPB2 in your pocket or attached to your bag by its hanging loop. Travelling? NPB2 has multiple protection safeguards including overcharge, short-circuit, and thermal protection and is in accordance with flight regulations, you can keep it with you wherever you go.

Fast charging USB 3.0 support

NPB2 can quickly charge up to two devices at the same time with QC 3.0 support and 18W of max output. Never get caught off guard with a dead power pack again, thanks to the touch sensor power display.

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Product Overview

Nitecore NPB2 Powerbank

Designed for Outdoor

The Nitecore NPB2 power bank is your ideal power solution for outdoor activities and everyday carry. IP68 rated and waterproof up to 2m, with 1m of drop resistance, NPB2 can take a splash or an accidental drop when you are running, hiking, trekking or kayaking. Carry the NPB2 with confidence, no matter where you go.

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