expired 40% off All Laser Power Banks (10,000mAh $20.40, 6,000mAh $15, 5,000mAh $11.40) @ Big W

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2500mAh $6 (was $10) - with 3 in 1 cable
5000mAh $11.40 (was $19) - with 3 in 1 cable
6000mAh $15 (was $25) - supports Qi wireless charging
10000mAh $20.40 (was $34) - with 3 in 1 cable

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    Very handy… 2200mah $3 with a 3 in one cable! (30pin apple incl. Lol)

    https://www.bigw.com.au/product/laser-power-bank-2200/p/4047...

  • +2 votes

    Pretty sure these things charges up at 1amp or less and outputs 1amp or less.

    Damn handy pulled apart as a litium-ion battery charger. (A few alligator clips… And it can be used to trickle charge up old cells. Lol)

  • +2 votes

    If anyone is legitimately interested in getting one, I've got a 4400mah one with 3 in 1 cable someone can grab. Charges way too slow for me and couldn't be bothered to tear apart.
    Hopefully this won't be "selling" because its just general junk I want to get rid off.

  •  

    well worth it for the cables alone

  • +1 vote

    pfff it's no xiaomi

  • +1 vote

    I have the 10000mah one and using the included 3 in 1 cable, my S8 says it is fast charging..

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      That's pretty sweet if it really does. The cables might not b rated for 2amps though. They seem pretty thin.

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      How do you know it's fast charging if I may ask? What if you check the Ampere free app and see the actual realtime mA speed?

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        the only way I can tell is that the phone says it on the screen, if you use an old charger it'll say slow charging, if U use the original supplied fast charger it says fast charging, and this power bank makes the phone say fast charging, so that's all I can go by… the 10000mah one has two USB ports, one charges at 1A the other at 2.1A

        edit: I tried that ampere app, using the original supplied fast charger it was sitting around 1050mA then I swapped to this powerbank and it was sitting around 1070mA. I only did it for about two minutes with each charger..

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          It should be in the 2amp range at low battery percentages.
          Give it a go at lower percentages next time.
          Not bad lil unit if it does push out 2.1amp.
          But… Don't expect the batteries to last many cycles.

  •  

    The usb-c head is the wrong size and sits very loosely.