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Kogan 26,800mAh 60W USB PD 3.0 + QC 3.0 Power Bank $53 + Delivery (Free with Kogan First) @ Kogan

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Another good deal on USB PD capable power bank, $59 + $11.99 Delivery.

Free delivery for Kogan First member, 30 days free trial available.

You may cancel your membership at any time during the 30-day trial period.

Overview

With an enormous 26800mAh capacity and up to 60W of rapid charge, this power bank can be a true lifesaver for all your devices.

  • Monstrous 26800mAh
  • Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 technology for rapid charging of compatible devices
    60W Power Delivery (PD) 3.0 for USB Type-C laptops, notebooks and tablets
  • UPS to charge your device while the power bank is charging
  • Charge up to 3 devices at once
  • Smooth aluminium body and finish
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    attery drained without a charger in sight? No worries! The Kogan 26800mAh Power Bank (60W) with PD and QC 3.0 is a speedy solution to cure your battery woes.
Battery boost with Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0

Using lightning fast phone and tablet charging technology, Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 can charge up to 4x faster than standard 1A chargers, charging compatible devices to up to 80% capacity in just 30 minutes.

Charge larger devices on the go with PD 3.0

Whether you’re in the middle of the tropics or on the morning commute, the Kogan 26800mAh Power Bank (60W) can quickly power your larger USB Type-C devices thanks to PD 3.0 technology and 60W power, solving your battery emergencies no matter where you are.

UPS: uninterruptible power supply

Protect your devices against potentially damaging power failure, loss and spikes with the uninterruptible power supply (UPS) function, letting you simultaneously power and charge your device incase of power outage while the power bank is on charge.

Specifications

Dimensions

Dimensions: 188 x 87.4 x 23.4mm
Weight: 600g

Power

Battery Capacity: 26,800mAh
Input Type-C: PD 5V=3A, 9V=2A, 12V=2A, 15V=2A, 20V=1.5A
Output USB A: QC 3.0 5V=3A, 9V=2A, 12V=1.5A, Type-C: PD 5V=3A, 9V=3A, 12V=3A, 15V=3A, 20V=3A

Warranty

Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

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    • +1 vote

      You may cancel your Kogan First membership at any time by logging into your Kogan account. selecting Kogan First from the menu, and then clicking "Cancel Renewal".

      • Yeah I get that, it would have been more practical if they could kept the subscription fee under $50… but $99 seriously for already overpriced items found in Kogan?!

        • Yeah I don't know how they can charge that much. Ebay Plus and Amazon Prime are $59? They do way more sales than Kogan.

          I don't like that they pulled out of Shipster. I won't buy anything from them unless shipping is already free.

  • o_0" —> Weight: 600g … damn that's getting up there in weight for a power bank/charger.

  • soon we'll be carrying around 1kg powerbanks….

  • This is definitely not allowed on flights right?

    • +7 votes
      Yes, you can. The 26,800mAh capacity is tailored to fit the regulation.

      26,800mAh x 3.7V = 99.16Wh

      just below the 100Wh limit.

    • Even if it was over 100Wh (which it's not) you can still take them on flights if declared.

  • How good is this power bank. Anyone owns this. I was thinking about purchasing a powerbank that JB Hifi sells a Cygnett Chargeup Pro 27000mAh Power bank but it retails for $179.95 . I see that they are both 60w. I'm thinking this is much better value. It is worth signing up to kogan first for free delivery than cancelling.

  • (apologies in advance for this ***** question) Will it adjust/charge my usb-c 45w laptop ok? Thanks!

  • I own one.

    It's not a looker, but it does the job. It charges my XPS 15.

    • Do you know if it actually charges XPS 15 at 20V/3A?

      • I can't tell the exact volts and amps, but the XPS recognizes it is charging at 60 or 65W. The XPS wants 130W, but will still accept the 65W, which is enough to still be charging while using it. Games will run at the full 60 fps while charging with this. When not charging, the XPS caps games at 30 fps to prevent the battery from draining too rapidly.

    • Oh, this is the kind of info I was looking for. Thanks. I've an XPS 15

  • Got 10,000mah one with qc3.0 with express delivery. Ordered yesterday and got it today. Very impressed. Much better than xiaomi.

  • Posting my review again:

    Good charger, but doesn’t output 60W for that long before stepping down (45W, 30W, etc) as it drains. My other notes:

    Kogan 26800mAh 60W USB-PD battery
    - Only supports QC (>5V output) when one usb port is in use at a time
    - Supports total output of 18W via USB-A ports.
    - Supports USB-PD protocol charging via USB type-C port, up to 30W (20V, 1.5A)
    - Supports pass-through charging with boost e.g. 5V (12W) input, QC3.0 output of 9V (18W)
    - Does not support QC protocol input via USB type-C port (only 5V charging up to 12W, unless using USB-PD protocol)
    - Hold down the button to change charging direction - if connected to a supported device (e.g laptop).
    - Lights do not flash during charging if close to full.
    - If a device is using QC on one port, and it is unplugged, and then plugged into the other USB type-A socket, QC will be disabled on both ports. QC will not be enabled again until all ports are unplugged for a full 60 seconds. Until this happens, both ports are limited to 5V 2A (10W).

    • I have one of these and have emptied it and re-charged it only a few times till now, it's actually charging up now as we speak.

      So when the fourth light stops flashing, it still is not full, and I need to keep charging at all four full for an hour(s) or so more?

      Some good testing out there, thanks for info, very helpful.

      • Regarding the fourth light, I saw the battery bank was still drawing a lot of power when the 4th led was full, so I think the answer is yes.

        • Thanks for reply. If charging this say at 10W ( 5V @ 2A ) for how long after the fourth light is on do I still need to charge

          this battery approx to get it to 100% full. If I know it stops flashing around 90% full that would be good to know as I try to usually

          now charge most batteries to no more than 90% unless there's a need for max.

  • I have one of these, used it to charge my GoPro Hero 7 and two Samsung Galaxy phones on the go around Asia recently. No problems with carry on travels with any of the airlines. It worked a treat. It comes with a short USB-C cable.