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  • -3 votes

    Techmall …. is that with or without 20% off?

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    Can you please respond to my support contact regarding a faulty mi watch I purchased from you? Thanks,

  • +1 vote

    same as before/lower before www.ozbargain.com.au/node/421942

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    The
    Xiaomi Power Bank 10000mAh $18.78

    is the old model?

  • +15 votes

    Once you go Xiaomi you never go back homie!

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    Cheers, grabbed a pro!

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    Price war with Xiaomi Power Banks.

  • +1 vote

    I have the USB C model. It's excellent. Had it since release, I'd say about 18 months and it is still going strong.

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    Sweet thanks. Bought 2.

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    Are those USB C?

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    I have
    Xiaomi 5000
    Xiaomi 10400
    Xiaomi 10000 x2
    Xiaomi 20000

    Wondering which one to get now.

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    Xiaomi 5000 Xiaomi 10400 Xiaomi 10000 x2 Xiaomi 20000

    You can link them together to get infinity power … XD

    Or get a Pro to complete them?

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    Is it the 10000 Pro is lighter and thinner than the non pro 10000?

    Seem the same size as my old 10000?

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    What are shipping times usually like with these guys?

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    How come the description for the Xiaomi Mi Power Bank 2C 20000mAh version is saying "13000 mAh actual output capacity?"

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      Wild guess, but maybe they're being conservative and taking into account transformer inefficiencies?

    • +3 votes

      It's called marketing ;) they rate them by the battery capacity. The Battery is only 3.7v ,boosted to 5v for output with some conversion losses. See here for full goss.

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        Thanks, make lots of sense now.

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        yep all the mah for powerbanks r rated at 3.7v for some reason

        • +4 votes

          It's not really marketing - 3.7V is just the output of a Lithium cell, so all power banks are advertising on a level playing field as they all use Lithium cells. 5V is not the only output to your device these days, 9V and 12V are also used and hence the corresponding mAh value would also be different, which would just confuse consumers.

          There are of course other factors that affect your charge capacity such as circuit efficiency, temperature, discharge cycles, etc, so using a simple cell output negates all that for the purpose of comparing powerbanks to each other.

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    does anyone know how long will it charge the power bank from 0% to 100%?
    I tried on micro usb from powerpoint takes 10 hours..

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    Just to confirm - the 'Xiaomi Mi Power Bank 2' has both quick charge output/input? Tried googling and it wasn't too clear

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    Does anyone know when the Power Bank 3 is coming out? It was announced/released recently but cant find ETA

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    isnt it 20K mah for $20 before?

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      I believe the Xiaomi Mi Power Bank 2C 20000mah has never dropped below AU $25 (Not including this deal, as you had to use eBay US to make the purchase.)

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    This thing is life saving!

    I got the Xiaomi Mi Power Bank 2C 20000mAh last year, it rocks.

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    any oneplus user? does this charge your phone well?

    • +1 vote

      It'll be fine. It has QC 3.0 but not dash charge, VOOC, which is about half the speed of dash fast charging.

      The tech isn't compatible, because the protocol is unusual for VOOC. It also doesn't use 12v or 7v, so it's going to need different cables to work. It would also need a very different internal build to deliver 6A, maybe 25,000mah or 35,000mah.

      Iirc, oppo makes VOOC chargers for oppo and oneplus, but it changed the name to warp charging because of EU naming/patents.

      The other downside is the cables need to handle 5V at 4A to 6A which gets bulky, and will drop off if the cables are swapped.

      Time will tell, but i don't imagine the market for dash/warp power packs doing well.

      USB-C PD is 800% more preferred because it is compatible and will be around for a decade. But I think PD is also based on Qualcomm QC 4 tech.

      Very few devices support dash charging because Qualcomm was first, and most compatible.

  • +1 vote

    Yup, the 20,0000mah ones are amazing. That is such a great price, bought two last year for $40 each.

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    The most important question: does this rapid charge a pixel 2 XL?

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    What's the model number of the 20,000?

    I have the Xiaomi 20,000 micro USB power bank, how does this automatic switch on work when in proximity of someone?
    Likewise, how do I check which version of have, so that I can check if theslow charge for headphones works.

    Something that seems like a models number on the base is:
    YDDYP01
    The rest are just the charging specs as listed.

    Thanks

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    What do you all use these things for? I'm struggling to find times in my life where I'd need to charge a device using something like this as we always have access to power either at home, in the car, hotel, work, etc. The only time I can think of is if you went camping for a week way out woop woop but I daresay the majority of people here are not doing that.

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      Working 12 hr shift, with music on headphones via Bluetooth, internet browsing in breaks and down time, using camera, and phone won't last the shift.
      The 20k is good for the bike trips where I'm charging phone and other gear at night camping, the 5000 is super slim and enough for a quick charge and easy on the pocket. The 10400 has been in my smoko bag since a few years now.

    • +1 vote

      Overseas holidays? Mine were invaluable on overseas holidays where my phone was used as a camera for countless photos/videos a day, and used it extensively for navigation and translation.

      I always had my phone topping up when I could so I could use it without worry when needed.

      Now I use it to charge my Dual Shock 4 when it runs flat mid game!

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      I take two 20k mah travelling all the time. One stays say in the hotel and one i bring with me around. Then i swap around for the next day while the oher charges.

    • +1 vote

      Different mindset. You may have access to a power point most times like you said but a power bank means you're not tethered to it for the duration of a charge.

      Although the missus would just answer Pokemon Go..

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        Fair enough. Usually a charge of my phone will last the entire day so not a big deal. I guess I'm not a power user like some using youtube, facebook, music, etc all the time.

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      I use mine when im travelling a TON.

      When you're in a hostel and you want to keep all your valuables close by at night - I charge this up unattended and then use ti to charge my phone under my pillow overnight.

      I leave it in my work / day bag and charge up if Im on public transport or something.

      On the plane when you get a seat without a USB port (which is is still very common, surprisingly).

      One day I'll upgrade my laptop to something that can charge via USB C and it'll be even better to have a method of charging both on the go in a pinch.

      I'm still using an old iPhone 6s which is still a fantastic phone but the battery doesn't hold like it used too.

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      Long distance travel overseas is good for these!

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    Whats the difference with the normal 10000mAh and the 10000mAh Pro?

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      I think it's the wattage, normal is 13w and pro is max 18w iirc.

      • +2 votes

        Seems hardly worth paying an extra 60% for.

        Very weird pricing, especially considering that the postage costs would be identical. Means the wholesale price of the pro is about twice that of the regular one.

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    Anyone have a link to a decent fast USB-C charger?

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    Thanks op was looking at grabbing one of fleabay last night for $23 cheahhh

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    Since they're both 30 bucks, which one is the most value buy? Taking into consideration, the type-C difference and actual output, etc

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    Looks like Pro is sold out!?

  • -3 votes

    these superfast chargers can destroy your batteries

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    Got the 20,000mah one at the moment, best portable I've had so far. Purchased another one last night!

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    So I just bought the dual USB 10000mah. Just wondering what additional gear I will require to fast charge my iPhone X? If I just buy the lightning to USB-C cable is that enough to get a faster charge ? Thanks

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    How come I cannot add the Pro to my cart, store rep?

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    Can someone confirm whether the Pro model supports QC 3.0 ?

    The spec on the website doesn't say anything about it supporting QC standards ?

    Also what is the model number ?

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    I want to know if this is genuine xiaomi and sealed. Anyone bought it and recieved?

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    Just bought the Xiaomi Mi Power Bank 2C 20000mAh, thanks!!!! Can't go wrong for $29.99 delivered!!!! Will come in very handy for my road trip from Cairns to Ayers Rock and also my upcoming 2 week road trip around the NZ South Island!!!

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    Thanks! Ordered the 20000mah model so my wife can stop stealing mine!

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    Just bought one as well as I've never owned one but keep reading fellow OzBargainers' positive reviews and couldn't resist any longer! Thanks OP!

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