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20% off Storewide - RAVPower 22000mAh 3 USB Port Power Bank $60.76 Delivered @ SOBRE eBay Store

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Make It Three. Make It Right
Not one, not two, but three iSmart 2.0 USB ports to power up to 3 devices at once.

A Whole Week Without A Power Socket
Whether you use it for yourself or you share it with your friends, its huge 22000mAh capacity will take care of any power need you throw at it: fully charge an iPhone 6s up to 9 times, a Galaxy S7 up to 5 times, or an iPad Mini more than 2 times. When the power bank is finally empty, charge it back up in just 10-11 hours with a 5V / 2A or 2.4A ac adapter.

Made To Outlast
The new and improved portable charger with high-density Li-polymer battery outlasts both conventional Li-polymer batteries and 18650 cells when it comes to efficiency, performance, and protection.

Quality Inside & Out
Quality inside and out is what you get with the RAVPower Ace Series. The 22000mAh external battery pack's shell is made of the same UL94 V-0 fire-resistant thermoplastic alloy material luxury cars are made of. The core consists of an high-voltage Li-polymer battery that comes from the same manufacturer and undergoes the same quality control as the iPhone's own battery.

What's In the Box:
1 x RAVPower Ace Series 22000mAh Power Bank
2 x Micro-USB Charging Cables
1 x Carry Pouch
1 x User Guide

Note:
1.If all the 4 LED start to blink,It is because the Self - Protection mode has been turned on both USB input and output are disabled. To restore functionality, disconnect all connections and wait 10 seconds, then charge the product.

2.In order to reach the best performance, we suggest you choose 5V/2A or 5V/2.4A charger as well as the original usb cable which takes about 10-12 hours to be fully recharged.

  1. Compatible with the new 12 inch MacBook 2015 (USB-C to USB 2.0 cable needed) & tablets (including the Nexus 7).

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  • +2 votes

    Cheaper on Amazon au

    59.99 plus cash back.

    Goes to show how jacked eBay stuff are.

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    This power bank is slow both to charge and discharge.

  • +3 votes

    Highly recommend this one if you are after something with USB-C as well. $38 USD (54 AUD), or $32 USD (46 AUD) if you go through the ali App.

    https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Baseus-20000mAh-Quick-Charge...

    USB-C Input/output
    Micro USB Input
    2 USB output
    Supports QC 3.0 on all ports (including when you use QC to charge this).

    Really sturdy and charges super fast.

    10-12 hours to charge this is crazy slow. The Baseus charges in about 1-2 hours when I plug it into my USB C charger (QC 3.0 as well)

    Not sure if it will happen for everyone but mine got delivered in <2 weeks which is pretty wild for AliEx

    • +1 vote

      To charge the RAVPower Bank 10-11 hrs and the Baseus states 9-12 hrs to re-charge itself from empty. Your claim of 1-2 hrs is a huge varience, is that fromempty?

      Don't get me wrong, I really like Baseus products as they represent decent build for great prices, this bank looks really slick and modern for a 20000mAh, but needs to be to compete with the Xiaomi range, this slots in nicely though and love the RED, pitty it won't make it go any faster lol.

      • +1 vote

        good pickup . i think i would be after charging after 2 or 3 chargers on my phone which is capacity is 3200mAH so yes, i grossly underestimated the time to recharge from empty. apologies for that.

        9 hours seems a bit too long though… (but its on the product page and they are the least likely to lie I guess).

        would go back to edit my comment but its locked now.

        The best thing i found about this charger is the USB-C in. i could finally get rid of my micro USB since my phone, laptop and headphones are all USB-C!!'

        ps i bought the red, it looks so badass :D

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          No probs, thanks for seeing my points.

          I'm a bit of a stickler for details, but they really do matter when searching for the most suitable power bank/wall/car charger/even cables as there are so many different charging protocols, voltages, watts/amps and types of inputs/outputs, QC 2/3/4 single max output/input, total max output, pass through charging, usb hub feature, weight/size, capacity and let's not forget look and colour etc. etc.

          For some reason I like buying power banks in various sizes and capacities, and have gradually stepped up in quality and features. This Baseus looks nice and if on sale below US$30 would love to snare a red one, agree it looks badass :-).