expired Xiaomi ZMI 15000mAh USB PD 45W Power Bank $62.07 Each (2 for $118.40) Delivered @ Canberra_warehouse eBay


My favorite powerbank with great price once again here, thanks for Shopback's 10%, will bring this powerbank back to its best historical price again.

with current price of $63.99, after either3% off ebay "PLACE" deal , or buy one get one 15% off " PATCH" deal, will bring down the price to $62 and $118.4 respectively, then after shopback 10% ebay offer,price will go further down to $55.8 and $106.6, never seem them goes down to $50ish in the last year or so, therefore at current price it is a steal.

Full spec:
USB Power Delivery (PD) power bank for new MacBook/MacBook Pro, PixelBook, and other laptops with USB-C/Thunderbolt 3 Charging ports

1 PD enabled Type-C port (2-way), 2 USB-A ports. Supports Quick Charge 3.0. Not just a charger, Zmi No.10 Powerbank can also function as a USB 2.0 hub for laptops and other consoles that require extra USB ports for peripherals and data transfer

Capable of intelligently recognize and optimally charge for Android and iOS devices. Compatible for iPhone, iPad, MacBook, MacBook Pro, Android smartphones and tablets, Nintendo Switch and more.

Model: QB815
Size: 160.481.821mm
Color: Black
Weight: 392.5g
Capacity: 15000mAh
Input:5-20V/MAX 45W
Output:MAX 45W
USB-C 5-20V MAX 40W
USB-A 2x5V/2.4A, 9V/2A
12V/1.5A MAX 18W

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    Are these plane safe?


    Does anyone know how many times can it charge the new macbook pro 13"? TIA

    • +1 vote

      PD 45W probably are not strong enough to power macbook pro 13" when its on active mode (battery will still drain slowly when powered)
      only when the macbook is on sleep then it will slowly charged
      I would say this powerbank is better for 12" macbook

      • +2 votes

        45w is fine for my 13" macbook pro, charges no problems even when doing alot of tasks. i have the 20k version of this and it charges it up fully about once

    • +1 vote

      Probably less than once.

      15,000mAh will usually be about 55Wh. Can't be certain without knowing what voltage that capacity is at but it's usually 3.7-3.8V.

      The latest MacBook Pro 13" has a 58Wh battery.

      Allow for a small loss in the transfer too. So yeah, probably a little less than one full charge.

  • +4 votes

    Thanks so much for posting, been waiting for this for a long time to go on sale! Great price, haven’t been this cheap since so long. Resistered as a user to express my greeting.


    Any big differences compared to the PB3 Pro posted here aside from the 5000mAh?

    • -2 votes

      This is higher output compatible to charge laptops etc. PB3 pro is for mobile phones mostly.


        Thanks for the info!

      • +1 vote

        Pretty sure this has the output/input as the PB3. Only real difference is the PB3 doesn't have USB hub functionality, if you don't need that then the PB3 is better imo.

      • +1 vote

        Not really, as they both output at PD 45W. This one here also works as a USB C Hub too and some other differences.

    • +1 vote

      The PB3 Pro also lacks the USB hub functionality if that's your thing.

      Apart from that I own both and they're basically the same thing.

    • +7 votes

      Specs Zmi Aura 27W Xiaomi 3 Pro 45W Zmi 10 45W
      Price $69.99 $67.79 $62.07
      Model QB822 PLM07ZM QB815/QB820
      Battery LiPo 20000mAh LiPo 20000mAh Li-Ion 15000/20000mAh
      Feature Battery % Display, Low-Power mode Low-Power mode USB-Hub, Low-Power mode, Aluminium Body
      USB-A Out (QC3.0, Huawei FCP, Samsung AFC) 5VπŒ‚2.4A, 9VπŒ‚2A, 12VπŒ‚1.5A Same 18W Same 18W
      USB-C Out (QC3.0, FCP, AFC, USB PD) 5VπŒ‚3A, 9VπŒ‚3A, 12VπŒ‚2.25A, 15VπŒ‚1.5A, max 27W 5VπŒ‚3A, 9VπŒ‚3A, 12VπŒ‚3A, 15VπŒ‚3A, 20VπŒ‚2A, max 45W Same 45W
      Multi-port 5VπŒ‚4.5A, max 22W 5VπŒ‚5.4A, 9VπŒ‚3A, 12VπŒ‚3A, 15VπŒ‚3A, 20VπŒ‚2A, max 45W Same 45W
      USB-C Input (QC2.0, USB PD) 5VπŒ‚2.4A, 9VπŒ‚2.5A, 12VπŒ‚1.8A, 15VπŒ‚1.5A 5VπŒ‚3A, 9VπŒ‚3A, 12VπŒ‚3A, 15VπŒ‚3A, 20VπŒ‚2.25A, max 45W Same 45W
      Size 149.3 x 70 x 25 mm 153.5 x 73.5 x 27.5 mm 160 x 81.8 x 21 mm
      Weight 363g 439.6g 405g
      Cable included USB-A to USB-C Cable USB-A to USB-C Cable USB-C to C Cable, 2in1 Cable
      Made by Jiangsu Zimi Corporation Same Same

      Credit to Mostly Melbourne for the spec layout - https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/434097


    The 20000 mah is better


    55 is good same price same as buying in China.

  • +1 vote

    I have the older 20000mah version and its honestly the best power bank I’ve owned. PD fast charge in and out, hub functionality and USB C. Literally nothing left to be desired.


      Can someone help me understand, what do I need to fast ChargΓ© this powerbank? A qc or pd adaptor?

      • +1 vote

        QC 2 is good, qc 3 should be better, pd with 18w+ even better, and if you can muster a PD charger with 45w or more the best.

        To top it all off, if you have the last I mentioned in Red, might go even faster lol.

  • +1 vote

    Would it be a waste to get this purely just to charge my phone?

    • +2 votes

      Not if your phone supports charging via usb c pd as this will easily charge at max speed, good large capacity and top build/reliable quality. If in future you get a switch or tablet/laptop that can charge via usb c pd then this will do it ( with bonus hub feature ).

      Main drawback compared to smaller/lighter is obviously size/bulk and more weight.


    Just bought 2 with patch deal thanks OP

  • +1 vote

    I purchased one of these about 2 months ago.
    Absolutely worth it! Great quality. Not too heavy. Not massive. USB-C PD so it can power something like a MacBook (albeit slowly).

    I was originally a bit unsure for $68 (what I paid iirc) but it’s been worth it.

    15,000 mAh too so you shouldn’t have any issues with customs when travelling (20,000 can be a bit dicey in some places).

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