expired Xiaomi Power Bank 3 Pro 20000mAh USB-C PD 45W QC3.0 Power Bank US $46.74 (~AU $65.41) Delivered @ Banggood

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19CHNEW

Don't think I need to say too much about this, saw some deals for the cheaper one but wanted something that could charge my MacBook if desired.
This is the best price I can find and yes, it's a pre-order, the 19CHNEW code seems to work which is a delightful surprise as usually pre-orders are exempt.

Either way, it's the best price I can find out there, so enjoy. BangGood has been good to me and no complaints about any of the blitzwolf stuff I ever ordered.

Here's the statutory specs:
Features:
-20000mAh High capacity
-Supports USB-C both for input and output, up to 45W.
-The USB Type-A single port provides 5V/2.4A, 9V/2A, 12V/1.5A fast charge but it gives 5V/3A output when two charging ports are working at the same time.
-Surge protection, short circuit prevention and more advanced safety features protect you and your devices.

General Specification:
Brand: Xiaomi
Model: PLM07ZM
Capacity: 20000mAh 74Wh 3.7V
Rated capacity: 12600mAh (5V 5.4A)
Product Weight: about 400g
Dimensions: 153.5×73.5×27.5mm

Technical Parameters:
Battery Type: Lithium Polymer Battery
Input: 5V3A, 9V3A, 12V3A, 15V3A, 20V2.25A
Output: 45W MAX
USB-A(Single port): 5V2.4A,9V2A,12V1.5A
USB-A(Dual USB): 5V3A
USB-C: 5V3A,9V3A,12V3A,15V3A,20V2A
3 Port: 5V5.4A, 9V3A, 12V3A,15V3A,20V2A

Package Included:
1 * Xiaomi Power Bank 3 20000mAh

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Comments

  • +1 vote

    do they send powerbank to australia? thought they stopped doing it

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      Didn't stop me at check out. Paid through PayPal, so we shall see.

    • +1 vote

      Banggood resumed shipping batteries to Australia ages ago. They do make you use the "priority direct" shipping, so there is no 'free' shipping on batteries.

  • +1 vote

    Is this USB-PD? It doesn't seem to specifically mention this anywhere.

    • +1 vote

      Yes.

      USB-C: 5V3A,9V3A,12V3A,15V3A,20V2A

      • +1 vote

        Thanks, its in the description and inferable from the charge rates but I added it to the title.

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          Thanks guys, I figured as much but I thought with USB-PD being such a selling point it would be strange to not make it really obvious. Good deal then… May just buy one.

      • +4 votes

        Please correct me if I'm wrong and I will edit this post, but according to my research, just because it can charge up to 45W does not mean it has Power Delivery (PD). It requires the actual PD protocol to be able to charge in PD. Since Xiaomi does not state it anywhere, it might not include it?
        Again please correct me if I'm wrong as I am also looking for a PD power bank.

        Source: https://www.goalzero.com/blog/what-tech-usb-c-and-power-deli...

        • +1 vote

          It's not the 45W that's important, it's the negotiable voltage up to 20v, to the best of my knowledge PD is the only thing which supports this… furthermore, PD is the only supported charge mechanism for Apple MacBooks… and they claim to be able to charge that.

        • +6 votes

          The USB-C 1.2 standard is limited to 5V/3A and to achieve the higher compliant levels that Xiaomi are advertising they must use USB-PD which has a maximum of 20V/5A as of version 3 shown here.

          Chongdiantou who are the leaders in charger/power bank testing have confirmed in their review (Chinese sorry) that it's using USB-PD as well as Apple 2.4A, QC3/2, Huawei FCP and Samsung AFC. Xiaomi are even listing USB-PD laptops as being compatible on their product page.

          This shows the real downside of Xiaomi though. They have a good track record of not advertising what fast charging technologies they use. Take their 20000mAh 2 series power banks for example which display QC2/3 voltage levels but doesn't mention QC anywhere. The manufacturer of all Xiaomi power banks (ZMI) however does :)

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    Can it charge MacBook Pro?

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      They claim to yes, right there on the page. I'd trust them at their word since it's mentioned specifically.
      Edit: 45W is obviously less than full power for a MacBook Pro (65W), in my experience it can charge on this but if you draw full power it might struggle. Definitely if its off, just don't play games and charge, surfing should be fine.

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    No USB hub feature from what I can see right?

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    Wouldn’t the Xiaomi Zmi No.10 be a better choice here in Aussie? Got some local sellers sell the similar price but in either 15000mah or 20000mah?

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      The 15000mah is a bit more expensive and the 20000mah is at least $20 or more over this price though for ZMI 10.

      I'm waiting for a deal on the QB820 myself it's been around $100 without sales :(

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        Happy with my QN815, good price overall, can’t see any big difference over QB820 though.

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        I've noticed there's a ZMI QB821. Does anyone have one and how does it compare to the QB820 and does it have hub capabilities also?

        Something doesn't add up when it's so much cheaper. Even though it has a usb-c port USB-PD isn't mentioned anywhere.

        Xiaomi ZMI QB821 20000mAh LED Display Quick Charge 3.0 Power Bank with Dual Input and Output
        https://banggood.app.link/1xCDg8XA3T

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    Can someone help me out?
    Would this be sufficient for a Switch?
    I'm generally pretty clued in about all things tech-related, but haven't quite been able to wrap my head around mAh and portable chargers in general.

    If someone could help me out and also kind of explain it in simple terms for me I'd appreciate it

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    Is this physically a black version of the 20000mah 2C?
    I.e. hard plastic shell?
    QB820 was metal :D

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    Can this be used for non USB devices?

    I know these battery packs are primarily designed for phones/tablets and even notebooks but what about using with say a TENS machine that uses 12v input?

    Would a USB to 5.5mm barrel connector cable be able to supply 12v/1.5A to a 'dumb' device (like TENS machine) or does the battery pack need a 'smart' device to negotiate what voltage to supply?

    I'm just looking at an alternate (rechargeable) solution instead of chewing through 9v batteries for TENS machine. Yes I know of 9v rechargeable batteries but that means outlay for rechargeable 9v and charger. This battery pack though has more usage flexibility.

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    So want to pull the trigger but my one and only order from BG for BlitzWolf cables is still on back order from November 28th. Anyone else have issues with BG recently?

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      BlitzWolf is owned by BG and it seems they can't keep up with supply of their own cables. Other brands like this should have no issues with orders.

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    Has anyone had any experience 'pre-ordering' from Banggood before? Are they just waiting for more stock to arrive?

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    Picjed it up for 199yuan(40aud) in shanghai.very good power bank

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    Anyone know if this can charge a Thinkpad t480s?

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    Good find thanks OP just purchased.

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    Seems too expensive?!

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    Out of stock.

    What's the preorder system like, will I get to keep the same price?

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    Not downvoting but wow. $65. For a charger. Because it's noticably faster (on some phones). Um no thanks. Ozbargain. Not Oz-SellAKidneyToChargeYourPhone.

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      $65 for your Kidney? You should post that as a new deal.

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      For charging your phone, pretty well any old thing will do. For charging a switch or MacBook you need something like this.

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        Serious question: How large a boost is 20000mAH going to give you? Is that enough to fully charge a MacBook or Switch?

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          My 13" Mac I believe is somewhere in the 5,000mAh ballpark. 15" supposedly around 7,200mAh~
          So yeah I bought this Power Bank because it's enough to charge my Mac, Phone, Switch multiple times within one charge.

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      Find me something cheaper to fast charge my Nintendo Switch

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      So nice of you not to downvote this just because you don't need one.

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    Not sure if I want to grab this or just splurge on the Anker powercore+ 26800mAh. Actually I should probably do my research into whether it's accepted on planes

    • +1 vote

      I think the 26800mAh is the magic number that's juuust under the limit so it's designed to be taken on planes

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    Thanks OP, ordered one.

    It says "Processing time:Expected on February 27, 2019"

    Taking into account 3-5 business days of processing time + 4-5 weeks shipping to Australia

    So, safe to assume to arrive around 2nd / 9th April?

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    I can't seem to figure out the difference between this and the ZMI power banks. Can anyone point out he main differences?

    • +2 votes

      This post had a lot of discussions: https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/434097

      Basically,
      Xiaomi 3 Pro vs Zmi 10:
      Plastic | Aluminium Body
      Li-Po | Li-Ion cells
      153.5 x 73.5 x 27.5 mm | 160 x 81.8 x 21 mm
      439.6g | 405g
      USB-A to USB-C Cable | USB-C to C Cable, 2in1 Cable
      No USB hub | USB hub
      Cheaper | Expensive

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        Thanks for the summary :) appreciate your link too, definitely have me a better idea between the two

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    Seems to be a lot cheaper then ones I can find on ebay… What will be the going rate? I will end up getting one but not desperate is this a special deal? Or can I hold out and buy at this price later?

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    What cables and brands are people using to charge laptops. In my case a usb c thunderbolt 3

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      I’ve always found ALogic cables to be affordable yet reliable. Personal view but they are dependable

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    So this is usb c to usb c cables i should be getting. Any included?

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