When I opened the box, I was impressed by the quality of the aluminum alloy shell and the included carrying pouch. It looks stylish and handsome. The ends are made of a soft rubbery material, so you can sit it on any surface without worrying about scratches. It also comes with one ~20 inch micro USB to USB cable for plugging into a computer for charging. Personally, I would have preferred a longer cable and a USB wall charger, but I have plenty of them around and a USB cable extender, so I was in good shape already.
The Intocircuit has 5V 2A and a 1A Dual USB Ports. This means that you can charge a variety of mobile devices and charge more than one device at a time. You could also plug it into a USB wall charger and use it to split the signal.
Obviously, the iPhone 6 Plus has a smaller battery than an iPad, so if I did have to use this during a power outage, I would mainly use it for the iPhone (which I would prefer having available under the circumstances anyway). It could charge it a couple times without a problem, and the iPhone 6 Plus, which has the biggest battery in the iPhone line up, can last a very long time on a charge.
The other features that are notable are the blue LED backlighting that makes it easy to read the battery status, especially if you have a power outage. The flashlight was another nice, unexpected addition, and it works fine in a pinch.
All in all, I am very impressed with the design and I am also happy with functionality of this device. In other words, it will be with me anytime we travel and it has earned a place on my nightstand.