expired Cygnett Chargeup Pro 20000mAh Power Bank with USB-C PD (45W) $98.80 C&C or $103.86 Delivered @ The Good Guys on eBay

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The Xiaomi ZMI Power Bank are a lot cheaper (Output of 40W), but due to ICAO regulations; options for Power Bank with USB-C PD (Power Delivery) are limited in Australia.

Due to new airline safety regulations announced by the ICAO, pure power products (e.g. Batteries, Power Banks) are currently not allowed to be shipped by Airline service with the exception of the following 24 countries:
Russian federation, Belgium, Poland, Denmark, France, Finland, Netherlands, Czech republic, Croatia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Romania, Sweden, Slovenia, Spain, Italy, United kingdom, Austria, Hungary, Ireland, Norway, Portugal, Slovakia, Switzerland
Please note that any purchases for such items from countries other than these will be cancelled.


Features:

The Cygnett ChargeUp Pro 20k is the most advanced power bank we have ever developed, featuring Power Delivery (PD) technology. With a 63W total output, and a 45W USB-C port, the ChargeUp Pro can now support charging the latest USB-C laptops, smartphones, tablets and gaming devices (Nintendo Switch). Including Qualcomm (QC 3.0) technology allowing up to 75% faster charging than a standard 5W USB output. The 20,000mAh capacity gives you the ability to charge your smartphone up to 10 times, a tablet 2 times, or a laptop up to one full charge.

Specifications:

Battery Capacity:
20,000mAh /74Wh Lithium Polymer Battery

USB-C Input (PD):
5V-3A (15W), 14.5V-2A (29W), 20V-1.5A (30W)

USB-C Output (PD):
5V-3A (15W), 9V-3A (27W), 12V-3A (36W),
14.5V-3A (43.5W), 20V-2.25A (45W)

USB-A Output 1 (QC 3.0):
5V-3A (15W), 9V-2A (18W), 12V-1.5A (18W)

USB-A Output 2:
5V-2.1A (10.5W)

Total Output: 63W

171mm (W) x 102mm (H) x 15mm (D)
450 grams


For those who are wondering, these are safe for carry-on baggage as most airlines allows up to 100Wh (Watt Hours) and this Power Bank is only 74Wh.

To calculate Wh: (mah)/1000 x (V) = (Wh)

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closed Comments

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    What part of the new regulations does the Xiaomi Zmi break?

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      Seems to "break" it—or rather, meet the broad definition of a pure power product—merely by being a power bank.

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    So we're saying that no Xiaomi power banks can be imported but can still be purchased from an Australian retailer?

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    Damnnn, I bought this for $149 about a month back, oh wellppp :(

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    Source? Where does it say that we can't import power banks except from those 24 countries?

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      Dozens of OzBargain posts in recent years. Noticed a serious lack of Xiaomi power bank deals from a lot of overseas sellers?

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    How does this compare with, say, Anker?

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      A comparable Anker Power Bank to this would be the Anker Powercore+ PD, which isn't available to Australia yet.

      When I was looking into prices for it from oversea sellers, it was well over $100.

  • +2 votes

    Description is misleading… ICAO regs are for when you, as a passenger, carry lithium batteries on a plane. Even then it just means you need to carry them on board and not as checkin luggage.

    https://www.icao.int/Newsroom/Pages/ICAO-Council-Prohibits-L...

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      Your quoting old rules, newer rules are as per the description:

      https://theloadstar.co.uk/icao-backs-new-air-cargo-rules-lit...

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        A more up to date source here along with several others state:

        "According to International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), spare batteries containing lithium-ion batteries (such as a power bank or external battery pack) with a Watt-hour rating of 100Wh can only be put inside your carry-on or hand-carry baggage.

        Spare batteries exceeding 100Wh but not more than 160Wh are also allowed but limited to 2 pcs per person only, and must be protected or packed individually to prevent short circuit."

        And Vombatidae was also correct that the regulations are for passengers on planes.

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    Use code "WISH7" for $7 off. Cannot be used with any other voucher.

  • +2 votes

    I picked up one of these in the last sale and besides the width of the unit, it's really worth picking up. Quick charge USB port is handy and the USB C port can power my 15 inch mbp, very highly recommended.

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    Are these new regulations? I bought a ZMI Powerbank at the start of this year from gearbest

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      These regulations came into effect a few months ago. If you check any oversea sellers (Gearbest, AliExpress, etc) they don't ship Powerbank to Australia anymore.

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        I just had 3 xiaomi powerbanks arrive from China last month, 2 10,000 mah and one 20,000 mah.

        The ICAO regulations are for passengers, and just restrict the capacity you can carry on board.

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          Which seller did you purchase them from?

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          @RichardL: Geardo(HK) was the 20,000 mah ONE and the other two were from Ausphone, who are Australian based, but they ran out of stock and were waiting on their next shipment from China, which arrived and I got them already.

          All have been verified to be legit (checked code, checked logo in USB port, checked for light bleeding and all the other stuff).

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          @BradleyDS2: Just checked both stores, and they don't stock any Power Bank with USB-C Power Delivery.

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          @RichardL: Yeah, but they're selling the same capacity without it. It isn't as though USB-PD goes against the regulations, so if those can be shipped so can the ZMI. They don't break the regulations, as they follow all of the new regulations and the regulations are also just for carrying them as a passenger onboard flights.

          Banggood appear to be selling them and shipping to Aus, as can be seen here

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    You could get the Kogan one for $39 when on special. USB-PD and 20000mah

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    Odd i keep getting the "Something went wrong. Please try to check out again." message when attempting to do C&C….. tried chrome and IE with incognito too, but no go when using WISH7 code.

    Looks like cant even use C&C with any coupon code….. Ebay Errors.

  • +1 vote

    I have this and the Xiaomi ZMI 20,000.

    Prefer this as it clearly shows charge/discharge status. If discharge (aka charging device) fails, pressing the charge button on the top would works like a wake up button.

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    Bought one from JB Hi-Fi today and they had no issues price matching with The Good Guys.

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    Does anyone know how long this takes to charge with a MacBook pro 13 (63w) charger via USB-C? If I am using a 18W charger instead, will it take around 3.5x longer vs. the MacBook pro 63W? Cheers

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    Also, does this allow pass through charging? (e.g. will it charge a device connected via USB-A whilst being charged by USB-C? Cheers)

  • +1 vote

    Ordered one a few days ago and they called me that they are out of stock. I dont know when I will get them.

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      Same, ordered click and collect, got a call saying they have none in stock and therefore cancelling the order. Meanwhile their online store and eBay says they have it in stock, and a day later/after the sale ends all stores in Melbourne have them back in stock. Sounds pretty poor

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