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Anker 20000mAh Portable Charger PowerCore 20100 $58.50 Delivered (Was $89.00) @ Amazon AU

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Thought this might be useful for some people. Description from Amazon AU.

*Update - Guys, looks like the deal is to end at 4pm AEST today!

Anker PowerCore 20100

  • High-speed-charging, long-lasting, portable power.
  • Ultra-High Capacity
    Enough power to keep you going for days. Charge an iPhone 7 almost seven times, a Galaxy S6 five times or an iPad mini twice.
  • High-speed Charging Technology
  • Exclusive to Anker, PowerIQ and VoltageBoost combine to ensure your devices charge at their their fastest possible charge speed. Does not support Qualcomm Quick Charge.
  • Enormous 4.8A Output
  • Industry leading output of 4.8 amps provides enough power to simultaneously charge any combination of devices at full speed.
  • MultiProtect Safety System
  • Surge protection, short circuit protection and more advanced safety features keep you and your devices safe.
  • Matte Finish
  • Enhances grip and doesn't leave smudges or fingerprints.

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    I bought this for $100
    Very good build quality
    Long though

    Oops, I got the usb c one

    • +1 vote

      Yeah, I got the USB-C PD 26800mAh one when I was in the US on sale for around US$80.

      It's the better buy. It can charge a Switch easily (and without frying it), and it can even charge a Macbook (or extend the life of a Macbook Pro by hours).

      Sure, you could try to use a USB-A to USB-C cable with this one, but the lack of PD means that the battery won't keep up with laptops and will charge a Switch much more slowly.

  • +1 vote

    Thanks grabbed one. It's not USB C but I have too many USB A->C cables now to care.

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    Good brand,

    Good capacity,

    Still bit expensive,

    No QC,….no Vote for deal!

    Will Vote for effort from and still nice deal for this type of battery and local stock.

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      Best I have owned was Zimi which were part of Xiaomi’s production chain, that thing rocks. But at this price point, you couldn’t go wrong for this Anker thing.

  • +3 votes

    Another 14800mAH bank when properly rated @ 5V.

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      Whats the details about that? Why 14800?

      • +1 vote

        The mAh rating is at ~3.6V on almost all power banks these days.

        Which is ridiculous, because USB devices charge at 5V.

        So it's a totally fabricated/inflated capacity rating.

        I'm just waiting for someone to start rating their power banks at 1V to inflate it even further.

        • +2 votes

          They are rated according to the CELLS inside them, since that is the restrictions that apply to Airlines etc. So, it's very important tho have that rating on the device.

          it's a totally fabricated/inflated capacity rating

          The capacity is indeed 20,000 mAh. That is what is stored inside it.

          Consider a powerbank with QC or PD outputs of anywhere between 4V and 12V - how do you propose to rate that in mAh?

        • +1 vote

          @llama: Watt hours output in a truer reflection than mAh which depends on the voltage.

          Airlines use Watt hours. Here is their restriction chart, which I carry when I fly so my power bank does not get confiscated by some ignorant clearance officer:
          http://www.iata.org/whatwedo/cargo/dgr/Documents/LithiumBatt...

        • +1 vote

          @llama:

          You have to go back to school. You cannot "store" mAh inside the battery, nor can you measure battery capacity in mAh, bat rather (m)Wh. This way of marketing batteries really is calculated to impress rather than offer true info.

        • +1 vote

          @llama:

          The airline rating is specified in Watt hours, not mAh. So that can't be the reason.

          In fact, specifying mAh without also specifying voltage is an entirely incomplete measurement. It doesn't tell you anything.

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          @marlor:

          If my phone capacity is rated at 20,000mAh, how much is going to be recharged assuming 0 losses?

  •  

    If only they did this during the amazon20 promo

  • +2 votes

    really need one that supports Huawei Supercharge…alas, not this one again.

  •  

    Best USB charger I've come across hands down. Has not let me downin a few years using it on a consistent basis at home, or whilst travelling which I have been extensively. Would recommend and purchase at this price without hesitation.

  • +5 votes

    Would recommend the PowerCore+ instead for those with a Nintendo Switch or the USB-PD version for those with a MacBook, iPhone 8 or iPhone X.

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      What about those with a Switch AND iPhone X's to charge? is the a decent all in one option?

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        Get any USB-C PD battery.

        I've tried the Anker and RAVPower 26800mAh options. Both are great.

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        The USB-PD would be the way to go then. It will charge the Switch faster whereas the PowerCore+ will charge it, but it goes down ever so slowly if you charge when playing a really high drain game like Zelda BOTW.

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      Yep, 100% agreed. Don't spend this much $$ on what is effectively a 2 or 3 generations-old superseded product.

      Also remember: this takes over TEN hours to charge off a 2A MicroUSB.

  • -3 votes

    looking for good 10000 ones as i need to take them on to a plane. most airlines dont allow 20,000mah ones.

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    Edited. Wrong info

  • -1 vote

    Came back from china with my 50,000mAh power bank (different brand) confiscated because it didnt have labelled on it that it was 50,000mAh

    Be wary of travelling overseas with powerbanks without the labelling of the mAh :(

    • +4 votes

      Even if your 50,000mAh power bank is labelled, it'll still be confiscated. 😊

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      That silly of you

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      Having a power bank the size of a brick is a dead give away. They dont need the specs to confiscate yours.

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      it’s because the big batteries in hover boards that people were taking on planes were exploding on planes …..some hoverboards even burnt down houses …. so they set a threshold on battery sizes based on what they believe is a safe trade off.

  • -3 votes

    Bought the AUKEY 30A model with QC3 for about the same price, I'd recommend that unit as it's a comparable size, has quick charge and 10A more capacity.

  •  

    How’s this compared to Xiaomi?

  •  

    Very good brand!

  •  

    I have this one. It works fine except it is very slippery. I wish they gave it a bit of a GRIP.