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Xiaomi Power Bank 2 10000mAh Quick Charge 2.0 Power Bank US $15.89 (~AU $20.63) Shipped @ Banggood

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Main Features:
- Super large capacity 10000mAh portable power bank
- Bidirectional quick charge, more effective, whether it is charging or discharging
- Support small current discharging, suitable for Bluetooth headset and Millet bracelet
- Aluminium alloy housing, round edge design
- LED indicator lights show you the power status
- Support charging and discharging simultaneously
- Fashionable appearance outlook design, ultra slim body
- Built-in multiple protections.

General Specification:
Brand: Xiaomi
Model: PLM02ZM
Material: Aluminium Alloy
Capacity: 10000mAh 3.85V ( 38.5Wh )
Product weight: 0.250 kg
Dimensions: 130 * 71 * 14.1mm

Technical Parameters:
Battery Type: Lithium polymer batteries
Input: 5.0V2.0A, 9V/12V18W
Output: 5.1V2.4A 9V/12V15W MAX
Unique Tech: Quick Charge 2.0

Package Included:
1 x Original Xiaomi 10000mAh Quick Charge 2.0 Power Bank

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    really wish this has usb-c….

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      Same. Hey will this get through customs? Gearbest had to use priority shipping.

      • +1 vote

        If you're talking about taking it on a plane with you then yes it will. CASA has set a maximum rating of 100Wh before you need specific approval from the airline and it must be in carry-on baggage only. This is only within Australia though and varies wildly by country so check before you go somewhere international.

        • +2 votes

          They're talking about if the item will make it through Australian customs before being delivered to him as there's been some issues in the past.

          To answer their question though, yes they will. Mine arrived fine without any issues.

    • +2 votes

      I read your message like the periods were missing letters like in Wheel of Fortune. Looked like you were avoiding profanity.

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      why would you need usb c on this? just get a converter for like 1 dollar.

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    The one I ordered last time never arrive.

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      Yeah most of my orders have taken upwards of 3 weeks
      edit: sorry, replying to the wrong comment

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      Are they using difference delivery method now like Gearbest?

      Last time I gave the tracking number to auspost they told me it was held up by border security.

      Some people will reply to this said I watched too much TV lol …

      • +1 vote

        My last order for Xiaomi 2000mAh was returned to TomTop by Australia customs.

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          Same with my Xiaomi 10000 mAh was returned to TomTop and 20000mAh from TomTop probably same.

          Let's not forget all the people including me who did not get their Shopping Square orders from three months ago for the Xiaomi 10000 mAh too.

          Getting much harder again to receive PowerBanks from China/HongKong through their usual posting methods.

          Feels more like Russian Roulette whether you now get it or not.

        • +1 vote

          @ozhunter68: TomTop now have a disclaimer on their powerbanks "This item does not ship to Australia", even though it allows you to order it!

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          @ranagade:

          Thanks for info, either not on there yet when I ordered, or just did not see it. For how long have they had that disclaimer on TomTop's site? Seen disclaimer on other sites?

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          @ozhunter68: I noticed the disclaimer only after being told the unit had been returned by customs. Haven't seen the disclaimer on any other sites.

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    I heard ordering from banggood takes a long long long time to arrive… Can anyone comment?

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      accidentally posted above - most of my orders have taken upwards of 3 weeks.
      The last few times I've opted for the priority shipping which is only a few bucks extra and it arrives a lot quicker

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      My experience with Banggood is 100% positive.

      Had maybe 50 + orders , everything came, and always what I ordered.

      Delivery times can vary.

      I'm pretty unforgiving with bad service - Tmart, Hardly Normal are on my lifetime blacklist.

      Recently tried Zapals - they delivered - eventually.

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    I never have a power bank before but look to buy my first one.
    It looks like i have to buy a separate charger to use with this Xiaomi power bank.
    What is the most compatible charger of popular devices that would work best to charge Xiaomi power bank.
    I check some old phone chargers (samsung s5 + windows phone) and see output only 5V 0.7A
    Ipad charger is 5.1V 2.1A which is more than input the power bank can use and can damage the power bank?

    • +3 votes

      In a word, no.
      The powerbank will charge fine off those 0.7A chargers, it'll just take much longer.
      With the 2.1A charger, if it can't take that much current while charging, it'll throttle it down to what it can take, so it'll only use some of the current, and won't damage the charger, the power bank, or your house.

    • +2 votes

      Ipad charger is 5.1V 2.1A which is more than input the power bank can use and can damage the power bank?

      That's not how it works, it can supply 2.1A, the charger will draw the current that it needs, up to a maximum of 2.1A.

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      buy a Xiaomi Power Strip and you will be fine.

    • +1 vote

      This power bank supports quick charge so a quick charge charger can charge it faster (i.e. a charger which supports 5V, 9V and 12V). I don't have this power bank but I know Apple chargers may elect to charge certain Android devices at really slow rate (0.5A) due to the way it detects the device (Apple oriented).

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    My experience is if you add tracking, then the post arrives almost in a weeks time.

    Get a Type-C to Micro USB Adapter Type C Male to Micro USB, its 49% off ATM at Banggood.

    https://www.banggood.com/BlitzWolf-USB-Type-C-to-Micro-USB-A...

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    Highly recommend Xiaomi chargers. I've bought 3 different models for family and they've held up well over the last year.

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      Thinking of leaving this in my work bag until it's needed. Do you know how long it can stay in there and still hold full charge?

      • +2 votes

        In the order of months, probably years.

      • +1 vote

        I've got one a few generations old - it'll hold charge fine for quite a few weeks.

        My Sony one which is even older can't hold a charge very well

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          My Sony one which is even older can't hold a charge very well

          the price error'd one from JB?

        • +1 vote

          @CVonC:

          Haha, maybe for Shadowsfurry. Mine from that deal is still going strong, probably can still hold charge for three months or more. That is after leaving it in glove box of car for one year with long hot summer. In all fairness, I have only recharged it half a dozen times in the last three or so years since new.

          By the feel of the Xiaomi Power Banks I have used so far, they hold charge really well, much more than a few months, more like at least one year and then some.

      • +1 vote

        Yep it'll hold pretty well for at least a month.

  • +1 vote

    Think I'll bite. I currently have a 4000mah power bank and a 30000mah one. I feel like I need some kind of middle ground.

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      Can I ask which 30,0000mah one you have? I have the 10,000 and looking for one for camping/travel. Thanks

      • +2 votes

        I have this one https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/260757

        The thing is a beast, and would be great over a few days camping. A bit big to carry around on a regular basis though.

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          Cheers! Definitely want it primarily for camping as I'm doing a two week camping trip over December. How long does it take to charge?

        • +2 votes

          @jchowx: I couldn't tell you exactly, but from dead, it'll at least take a day or two. I tend to plug it in a few days before I need it to be safe.

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          @jchowx: Wouldn't it make more sense to buy 2-3 of these… i.e. If the 30k one fails, you'll have no charging ability and have to buy another. But if one of the smaller ones dies, you still have 1-2 left. Plus can choose to take only a small one when required, rather than carrying the extra weight every time. e.g. I went to the supermarket yesterday, had my phone and one of these in my shirt pocket - charging the phone with the cable coiled into the pocket. Any bigger and I wouldn't have been able to do that.

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          @GregMonarch:

          I'll be able to recharge as i'll be doing stopovers in major cities at airbnb's. Otherwise would buy multiple small ones.

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      TheDangerStomp
      This Xiaomi 10000 mAh 2 ( middle ground ) Quick Charge 2 is a great charger, definitely middle ground ( for your selection ), and will probably become your favourite Power Bank.

  • +2 votes

    Any deals on a 20,000?

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      Not really, one port is limited to 1A (which means that port is no good for tablets). The other port maxed out on 5V @ 2A, not that great either.
      No quick charge support in or out - so charging the power bank will be slow too. For high capacity power bank, you really want it to support quick charge in AND out (basically 9V and/or 12V support on top of 5V). However, if you are an Apple or Google branded device user, then you actually prefer USB-PD.

      Between that one on feeBay and this Xiaomi one, I'd rather tha Xiaomi one.

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        I'm not savvy with these things yet obviously. Right now i guess i just wanted a backup for the feebay one i already bought for use with my smart phone, nintendo 3ds and maybe tablet, laptop in future, i'm guessing these things can't charge a laptop…. also what is USB-PD?

        • +1 vote

          Quick charge was introduced by Qualcomm. It is not an official USB standard. USB-PD is the official standard. Both Apple and Google (but this is limited to Google branded devices) only support USB-PD (power delivery). Most Android phone makers support Quick charge.

          It is not a good idea to use QuickCharge 2 and 3 chargers or cables on devices using USB-PD normally (unless the cable is done right). QuickCharge 4 is USB-PD compatible BUT there are not many devices which support it (QC4 chargers are hard to find). QuickCharge 4 can only support USB-C ; QuickCharge 2/3 can be implemented even on micro USB (and that's why some of the Google engineers found QC2/3 in general bad as they are breaking USB standard). QuickCharge 2 and 3 are for mobile devices only - because for laptops, 12V charging is not enough (19V is preferred) - and USB-PD does not have that limitation.

          For powerbank with large capacity, you really want QuickCharge or USB-PD (I doubt you can find USB-PD ones since USB-PD cables and chargers are more expensive), otherwise it takes so long to charge the powerbank.

          tl;dr - Get the right type of cable and charger for your device. Don't mix.

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      Probably ok for the money for local stock ( at least you will get it in the mail, and within a few weeks ), but don't expect this to have 50000 mAh as stated.

      Also would most likely only get one to two years of usable use out of this before it weakens and worse still dies.

    • +2 votes

      Never buy the '50,000 mAh', the truth is that it only have 5,000 mAh inside, in China, it only sell around $6-$7 include postage fee.

  • +2 votes

    if you have an old laptop battery hanging around then you can buy a DIY powerbank from aliexpress for ~$4-5 delivered. takes 5 18650 batteries. limitation - doesn't have QC. just 2 usb outputs 1 at 1A the other at 2A. they have a LCD panel to show capacity %. I've built 5 of them and they have all been very good. link

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    Have a 10000mah Xiaomi older chunky one still going strong. Going to get this one as well.
    Quick question —- do the Xiaomi's have a limited charge cycle? —- reason i ask is i used to see high capacity powerbanks listed — could only charge them x number of times……

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    Placed an order in 2015 with this mob. Still waiting for it to arrive

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    Bought, thanks.

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    Remember add "Add Shipping Insurance to your order AU$0.00 "

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    What happens if the powerbanks get held up at customs?

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    Does anyone know if you can recharge this, WHILE you're using it to recharge a phone?

    If you're wondering why: I needed to recharged my phone the other day - as much as possible in a short time. And these can recharge at QC 2.0 speed, but I also have a car USB socket which is lower power/slower. So I wondered if I could recharge the Power Bank (at least a little) from the car USB port, while also charging my phone at full speed.

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    Still waiting for my order. Not again!

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