expired Xiaomi Mi Power Bank 2C $28.99 | Mi Wi-Fi Repeater 2 $10.90 | Mijia Motion Sensor Light $15.95 (Expired) @ Shopro

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Good price on this power bank.

Main Feature
Large Capacity with Dual USB output
Two-Way Fast Charging, High Density Battery
Optimized Charging and Discharging efficency
Connected with body sensor: when someone passes by, the light will auto turn on
Support QC3.0 Device(only When single-port output)
World-Class chips are not only safer, they improve charging conversion rate

Xiaomi Mi Wi-Fi Extender Repeater 2 - $10.90.

Xiaomi Mijia Motion Activated Sensor Night Light - $15.95.

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Comments

  • -1 vote

    Micro usb :(
    Good price

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    Is this the new version of the motion sensor? I've got a different Xiaomi one that is rechargeable, which obe is better?

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      Is this the new version of the motion sensor?

      No, it came before the rechargable model.

      which obe is better?

      That's subjective, some prefer one, some the other. I personally have the battery-operated ones (the model in this deal).

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      This one because I need something to use my N x 8-packs of Eneloops.

      N shall remain a secret.

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      recharge is better for me

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    "only When single-port output"

    Is this mean I can't charge TWO phone at once with fast charge?

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    Anyone know if I can take the power bank on a plane?

    • +1 vote

      Yes this size is fine - although if you lend it to your partner make sure that you tell them it's ok, as mine ditched it when she got to the airport recently ;)

    • +3 votes

      Limit without notifying/asking permission from airlines is 100Wh, this is 74Wh so is allowed. 20000mah = 20ah, p=Vi=3.7v cell voltage * 20ah = 74Wh.

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        Thanks heaps for the replies!

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          No worries I've got this one myself and it's a good bit of kit for $30, had mine over a year. I particularly like travelling with it. If it had usb PD I'd get another to charge switch, will likely get a kogan next.

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        Can you take more than 1?

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          The limit applies to individual batteries not total capacity of multiple so yes within reason. I usually travel with this, a 10400mah romoss and a 3000mah pocket sized one, as well as up to 3 dslr batteries which are also lithium. Haven't had any issues in China, England or domestically in Australia. Most airlines the rule is 100Wh individually is always fine, 101-160Wh needs notification/permission from airlines before day of flight, over @160Wh always prohibited. This rule comes about due to a lot of batteries for medical device falling in 101-160 range.

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        What's the the formula to work out watt hours? Amps x voltage?

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      Only in carry on supposedly. I was in an odd situation where I was asked to go to a separate area to have my checked baggage xrayed and they asked me to take this power bank out and place in carry on.

      • -1 vote

        Extreme temperature changes can occur in the storage hold that can mess with batteries, potentially a fire risk.

      • +1 vote

        Batteries are always required to be in carry on as there is no hold access on most planes during transit in case of fire/leak. They always ask to take them out of bags for xray as they are quite dense and make it difficult to xray the other contents of the bag.

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    Does anyone know the dimensions of this PowerBank it looks huge or is that trick photography?

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    bought one last deal. stopped working.got sent another one now this one i have to plug and unplug the charging cable first to my phone then itll charge. has some problems. id have rather spent a bit more and buy a reputable brand.

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      All Xiaomis I have had are working fine - 1 is almost 3 years old; Romoss died on me after 1 year, wondering if this one is genuine

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        I've got a romoss still going strong after 4 years, bought end of 2013. No idea how much capacity is remaining but it still works and charges my phone at 2.4A.

    • +3 votes

      You must've been unlucky because Xiaomi is great for power banks

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    Wonder why the night light has doubled since late 2017 https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/341140

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    Need another cheap china deal on the night light!

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    I ordered this power bank from these guys feb 24 and still haven't received it. Not sure if it's just me and might ask for paypal refund next week if it doesn't arrive

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    What does connected with body sensor mean?? (On the powerbank)

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    Anyone had experience with the wifi extender? Various views about how easy or not it is to connect to non xiaomi router. Some of the instructions seem quite complex and I’m no techie. Cheers.

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      Hi Falcman,
      There are tutorials on Youtube that walk you through setup. Ours has worked brilliantly; a great piece of kit and this is a keen price. There was no complication using our non-Xaiomi router; it showed the available networks and did its stuff.

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    Any deals on a basic iPhone X wireless charger?

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