If you are willing to share with the community, please post a reply as follows:
1. Battery pack model and capacity in mAh:
2. Link (URL) for ordering:
3. Fits inside Maestro (Yes/No):
4. Auto Starting (no button push needed to turn it on)?:
5. Run time in hours that you are getting on your Maestro:
This should result in a more usable list for people purchasing a Maestro (like me), since
the advertised capacity is often "alternative fact" in this market :-)
Thanks for sharing.
Polanfo Mobile Power Model Q5 (12000mAh) is one of my batteries (no longer available?). However for 3x the price ($59) they sell their newest and best version, the M20000 Power Bank Ultra Slim External Battery for $59. Here is a link on Amazon
I also have a GETIHU Power Bank Model PB-02 (13000mAh) which is .15" too wide (3.00" is max width) but I can still hold it in place with the Velcro straps (I cannot put on the battery door) . It works fine and is less money ($19.99)
I posted pictures in a previous Post Titled Maestro Battery Options
After reviewing the batteries available that seemed to fit inside the Maestro and the associated run time, I took a different approach. I focused on finding an external battery that could plug into the Maestro power connector. I want to use the Ethernet cable connection which is not available using an internal battery (Wi-Fi only).
1. MAXOAK 50000mAh 5/12/20v Portable External Battery Bank
3.Does NOT fit inside Maestro=no
4. NOT Auto starting (has power button)
5. Run time with Maestro using 1G Ethernet connection 10+ hours
6. Size = 8.1" x 5.3" x 1.3"
7. Weight = 2.77 lbs
The battery has a 12v output and the supplied cable plugs directly into the maestro with no adapters.
Like David, I also have two of the Polanfo 2000M, but just recently purchased two of the Quslly 20000mAh batteries here: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0792Y6XTP/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 They fit in the Maestro, auto start, do not know run time. I use some of these for other purposes-take them to the beach incase the phone or Bluetooth speaker batteries die. I am going to take the Maestro to the beach tomorrow for field day.
The whole thing fits in a small travel pouch dimensions 4.5" X 7.5" X 2.5".