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During our testing we tried our best to take the Go Puck to test not only its endurance but also its durability. Luckily as a tester this reviewer is pretty hard on products and likes to put products through their paces. During the winter months we like to snow ski and do other activities outdoors, and this gave us the perfect opportunity to test the Go Puck. We used the Go Puck on a ski trip and managed to keep our GoPro and Samsung Note5 charged during the day. We were surprised how well the Go Puck braved the elements and while it doesn’t specifically say that it is weather resistant, we did not notice any problems with it being exposed to the snow during the day. During our testing we were able to fully charge our GoPro and our Note5 from dead to fully charged during our weekend ski trip before we had to recharge it before another day on the slopes. We would have liked to have seen a slightly larger capacity battery in the Go Puck 5X to give us a bit more charging capacity.
The Go Puck is shock and vibration resistant, and throughout our testing we did not notice any issues during our ski trip and other activities. We would have liked to have seen some type of water resistant certifications on the Go Puck, even though we did not experience any issues when we used it on the slopes. The Go Puck is best suited to individuals who are into extreme sports and need a power bank that can live up to their activity level and not fail when they are climbing a rock wall, racing a motorcycle, skiing, skateboarding or participating in any other extreme activities.