expired Kogan 10,000mAh 18W USB PD 2.0 + QC 3.0 Power Bank $17 + Delivery (Free with Kogan First) + More @ Kogan


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Pretty good deal for an USB PD power bank. Black colour also available at the same price

Kogan 10,000mAh 18W PD Power Bank (Black)

Also, in different capacity

Kogan 15,000mAh 18W PD Power Bank $26

Kogan 20,000mAh 18W PD Power Bank $35

Power up quickly with the Kogan 10,000mAh 18W PD Power Bank, featuring 18W PD & Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 to charge up to 70% faster.

  • Aluminium body
  • Impressive 10,000mAh of charge
  • Two-way 18W PD fast charge
  • Features Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0
  • USB Type-C charging
  • Backwards compatible
  • Ultra-thin 13.5mm thickness
Ultra-slim aluminium body, great power

Incredibly compact, this rapid power bank is squeezed into a pocket-sized aluminium body with just a mere 13.5mm thickness, perfect for wherever and whenever you need a battery boost.

18W PD 2.0 ultrafast charging

The Kogan 10,000mAh PD Power Bank uses USB Power Delivery to intelligently adjust to the perfect voltage and current to safely provide the most rapid charge possible for your device.

Change the way you charge with Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0

Charge compatible devices up to 4x faster than conventional charging with Qualcomm Charge 3.0, and keep your device running at peak performance using dual charge to maintain efficiency and help prevent overheating.

Compatible 18W Devices

Connect up to three devices at the one time for conventional charging, or 1 device for ultra-fast charging.

  • Type-C port supports PD 2.0 18W fast charge:
  • iPhone 8-X, new iPhones & Pixel phones and other PD compatible models, including Nintendo Switch and Macbook (output capped at 18W)
  • USB QC3.0 port supports:
  • Fast charge compatible phones or standard charge for other devices.


  • Includes a USB-A to Type-C cable – simply pair with your own device to enjoy fast charge
  • High density lithium polymer batteries
  • Aluminum case with a smooth, matte finish


Dimensions: 135.5 x 70 x 13.5mm
Weight: 230g
Battery Capacity: 10,000mAh
Input: Type-C PD 5V/3A, 9V/2A | Micro USB: 5V/2A, 9V/2A
Output: Type-C PD 5V/3A, 9V/2A, 12V/1.5A
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 year

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  • +1 vote

    This unit any good or would you suggest a better one with type C connections & QC3.0 port supports/charging ?

    • +12 votes

      Pretty happy with this, I have 2 X units bought last year and pretty happy with the built quality. Both PD and QC work as advertised.

      • +3 votes

        Thanks for your feed back, give me confidence to buy one .


        Does it "feel" like 10,000 mAh? As in, how many times does it charge your phone, and which phone is it?

        Thanks :)

        • +2 votes

          I also have two of these, bought last year.
          I haven't used them much, but did notice:
          1. seemed to drain quickly when I was using the PD function to recharge a laptop - but then wrote that off as "who knows, never done that before with a power bank" [shrug]
          2. last week, whilst travelling, I used it to recharge my 4000mah phone -> charge time was quick, but went from "4 lights" on the power bank to "1 light", to get my phone from perhaps 20% up to about 85%. I know there are inefficiencies with these things, but it didn't "feel" like 10,000mah - or more specifically, it didn't "feel" like a, say, Xiaomi-power-bank-10,000mah

      • +4 votes

        Having just received mine I would describe the build quality as average. The indicator button on mine is positioned off-centre and feels mushy (not a problem in and of itself but is not a good sign manufacturing-wise). Additionally I have plugged it in via USB-C thrice now and I can already see visible marring on the centre post in the USB-C port! Maybe it came like this from the manufacturer and won't degrade further, but regardless it seems that the components chosen are cheaper than the ones in for example a Samsung powerbank (and perhaps Xiaomi, I have not inspected one).

        My Samsung charger is also 220g (apparently) and this item, although described as "230g approx", feels more than 10g heavier. I don't have pharmacy scales to test this. I didn't realise initially but after holding this in my hand I think weight is probably my number one factor when buying these power banks.

        That said, I don't think you can expect any different for the price. "Pretty happy with the build quality" is probably about right for the cheapest locally-available PD/QC3 10000mAh charger I've seen on here.


    Thanks OP, bought this with the $10 credit in my account. Works out to be $9 for this power bank.

  • +2 votes

    Thanks OP, bought this and got the free Express Delivery through Kogan First free trial. Just make sure to cancel the Kogan First free trial from your account settings

  • +1 vote

    Thanks op, just got one.


    This one only has micro usb as input to charge the power bank?

  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP
    These power bank deals are also available: Romoss SW20 Pro Type-C USB PD & QC 3.0 18W 20000mAh Power Bank $27.99 + Delivery (Free with Prime/ $49 Spend) @ Romoss Amazon AU (https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/457951) & Xiaomi Mi Power Bank 2C 20000mAh Charger $23.99 | PowerBank 3 Pro 20000mAh USB-C 45W QC3.0 $59.99 Delivered @ Shopro (https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/457793)



    If buying the 20000, how is this deal compared to the romoss deal in the above link. Which is better


      IMO, for 20,000mAh power bank, I'll pick SW20 Pro. The SW20 Pro is more versatile, which supports more charging technologies. And it is better value for money.

    • +2 votes

      I find them to simply be different use cases.

      Take the R20 if :
      -you need >12v charging
      -you don't mind the larger unit
      -you are going to be away from a power source for longer (e.g camping)
      -have multiple people that use it

      I'd recommend the kogan 10k if:
      -you mostly use it to top up a phone (phones generally cap at 12v)
      -use it a lot for short travelling (eg on holiday walking around a city, or some flights)
      -prefer a light/small design

      I may have missed some points but you get the idea.


    this or the Romoss SW20 ?


      This if you want something for your pocket or easy to carry. Romoss for handbag, backpack etc


    Apologies if this is a silly question. I have a couple of Xiaomi 10k power banks but they don't have PD. Us this one suitable for charging my son's Nintendo Switch whilst he is in the go. If so can he play whilst charging ie will it charge faster than what it is discharging whilst playing?

    Thanks in advance


      "including Nintendo Switch and Macbook (output capped at 18W)"

      According from kogan's description. At 18w, it should be able to charge the switch whilst gaming on the go.
      Just be sure you use a quality 56k ohm resistor cable to charge the Nintendo.


    For me it’s saying $19 plus delivery fee


    I have a Kogan 10,000mAh for a year now and the capacity is dropped to half aprox, very slow in charging phones now.

  • +1 vote

    Ordered yesterday and got it today. Very impressed with the product. It has fast charge. Got 14000mah on my phone while xiaomi use to deliver only 1040mah

  • +2 votes

    Bought on Friday got delivery on Monday, Checked if it is capable of QC (3) - yes it is working
    Does it charge back as quickly as QC or PD - Yes
    For $17 this is a good product.

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