Keep charged with the Qmadix Boostpac rechargeable battery pack for BlackBerry

By Zach Gilbert on 23 Sep 2012 04:38 pm EDT

If you’re looking for an extra boost of power throughout the day, you’ll definitely want to take a look at the Qmadix BoostPac rechargeable battery. The Qmadix BoostPac has been designed to ensure that those who send more BBM messages in a day, than words to their family will be able to keep on chatting all day. Continue reading to see if the Qmadix BoostPac rechargeable battery will be your go to accessory for an extra surge of power.

Qmadix BoostPac Design

The Qmadix BoostPac battery has been designed with simplicity in mind. The battery pack is small enough to be carried in a backpack, briefcase or even stored in a pocket for easy access (though I’m not sure I would recommend that.) The Qmadix BoostPac features two USB ports to allow you to charge a wider variety of devices. So, whether you have an older BlackBerry Curve 8330 or the new BlackBerry Bold 9900, you’ll be able to keep charged throughout the day.


  • Compact and easy to use
  • LED Battery Life Indicator
  • Smart technology enables automatic shut-off to avoid overcharging
  • Charges from any PC or laptop with the enclosed USB cable
The good
  • Keeps your BlackBerry juiced up for the day
  • Compact design
  • Multiple charging tips for maximum device compatibility
The bad
  • Only 1000mAh – Won’t fully charge a BlackBerry Bold 9900
  • No option to connect a USB cable for a larger device compatibility
The bottom line

The bottom line is, if you’re a BlackBerry user that is continually charging your Smartphone throughout the day, or if you carry around more than one battery pack you will want to pick up the Qmadix BoostPac battery pack. Overall, I truly think that this battery cube is worth its weight in gold. However, there are a few deficiencies within the product. The biggest deficiency would be that it doesn’t store enough power to fully charge a higher end device like the BlackBerry Bold 9900. Another deficiency being that you are forced to connect via a micro USB or a min USB, and aren’t given the option to connect via USB to charge other devices. Despite these deficiencies, the bottom line is you need to buy it. You’ll definitely thank me the day you’re traveling and need that extra boost of power to keep you moving.


Reader comments

Keep charged with the Qmadix Boostpac rechargeable battery pack for BlackBerry


I carry around 2 6600mah batteries, with 2 ports - one 2.1a for playbook, one 1.0a port for the 9810 - each battery can charge the 9810 up 2 in to 6 times (12 in total) and fully charge the playbook a few times as well.

Every other device i use have their very own "mophie juice pack" as well.

Next gadget i get is going to be a solar back pack so i can be 100 % autonomous with my gadgets.

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That 6600 mAh battery that's inside it. Would it by any chance be as big as the 9900 extended battery? If so... DAMN!! :)

The Boostpac was garbage, it quit working in about a month. The Seidio charging vault is a MUCH better choice.

I wonder if anyone attempted to hack it open and put a larger capacity battery inside it. Curious to find out.

I got the bew trent 11,000 mAh usb battery pack. Charges everything and works great. Check it out on Amazon

With 2000mAh and it would have been ok.

It is small, thats good. But 1000mAh probably charges only 50% of a device.
(at least it will not charge 1000mAh to a device, loses are normal)

I still have two Motorola "powerpacks" with 1800mAh and I got 70% out of a fully charged pack to my old 9000. Sadly this two packs are only Mini-USB. (70% of 1500mAh from 1800mAh of the pack ~ 58%)

At least with Micro-USB it probably will charge faster. With my Mini-USB Batterypacks it took 90 minutes to charge the mentioned 70% ;) (no, must be longer, can't remember correctly)

In my opionion it would be good to have a small cable from the device to the Micro-USB port of the devices - so the weight it not on the USB-Port.

That just seems like such a small amount of charges 1000mAh ... if you are rolling around with a Playbook and Bold you are not going to be getting very far with extra charge.

Why not look at something like the Trent iCarrier 12000mAh 2A&1A heavy duty Dual Port Charger.

I have already been stung by a vendors USB battery packs that didn't work with my Bold 9930 or Playbook and want to find something that actually works and has enough to charge devices more than a few times in a day if you are out tethered and away from power outlets.

Do love the J-Series Extra Battery Charger Bundle for Bold 9930 which was on special a few weeks ago as it has saved my tail already for sure