Reserve the product between 7 days and 24 hours before you fly and we’ll have it ready to collect when you are at the airport.
- Add to Bag & ReserveAdd the items you want to your basket and complete the order from. No payment is taken and you have no obligation to purchase.
- ConfirmHeathrow's Shopping Services Team will confirm the price and availability of your reservation request up to 3 days before you travel.
- Collect & PayWhen you arrive at Heathrow, visit the store where you have made your reservation to collect and pay for your shopping.
Mophie universal batteries just got more powerful. The powerstation USB-C XXL is a high-capacity universal battery with enough power to charge a USB-C laptop as well as charge all your other USB devices.
This advanced 19,500mAh rechargeable battery has enough power to keep all your devices charged as well as the ability to provide USB-C laptops with up to 14 hours of extra battery.
USB-A 2.4A Quick Charge
Additional high-output USB-A port allows you to charge a second power-hungry device simultaneously so there is no need to worry about keeping your phone connected through the work day.
Connect the powerstation battery to a wall adapter in the evening and pass-through charging will send power to a connected device first, then recharges the powerstation battery so both are fully charged when you wake up.
USB-C PD 30W Fast Charge
Plug your cable into the powerstation battery’s USB-C PD input/output port to send up to 30W fast-charging speeds to your USB-C laptop or other devices. Use the same port to recharge the powerstation battery at rapid rates so it’s ready to go when you are.
Premium Fabric Wrap
Finished with a durable fabric wrap, this design has a comfortable feel and keeps the powerstation battery and other devices in your bag protected and free from scratches while you travel.
LED Power Indicator
Press the power indicator button to check charging status and battery levels. Know before you go. Press and hold the button to switch the USB-C port to power input when recharging the powerstation battery from a computer.