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Kogan 10000mAh 18W USB PD + QC 3.0 Power Bank $19 Delivered @ Kogan


Great deal for 10000mAh with USB-PD 18W and QC 3.0. Also portable enough to be carried in your pocket, unlike the 20000mAh variant.

Power up quickly with the Kogan 10000mAh 18W PD Power Bank, featuring 18W PD & Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 to charge up to 70% faster.

  • Aluminium body
  • Impressive 10000mAh 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

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  • Is this good?

    • Not from experience, but based on the spec, it's great. The xiaomi equivalent is more expensive and not aluminum

    • It is, as I've commented on a few times for this product. I hate Kogan, would go out of my way to not buy from them, but this power bank is awesome. Have had basic ziaomi in the past, have one of the "pro" usb-c ones from a few years ago, this is definitely better and more flexible. To the point I just ordered a 2nd… oops.

  • These are really decent power banks for this price delivered with good solid build and features.

    Got one of these for same price and was impressed so got another for gift. Keep in mind you can also get it's larger 20000mAh Textured version also for only $29 delivered. Keep in mind this is much thicker and heavier.


    Then there is this light/small genuine Samsung model also with usb C for $17 delivered. Can vouch for quality.


    Also can still get the Xiaomi Mi 10000mAh 2s locally delivered for $14.96 too with ebay Plus from @ SS eBay


    • 10000mah is really the sweet spot for me. Still small and portable but plenty of juice.

      • Agree if for phone recharging mainly, but for tablets and other purposes the extra capacity can

        outweigh ( pun intended ) the lighter capacity.

  • Can this charge the bank via usb c?

  • My one was dead after 2 month using. I think you'd better pay a little bid more for Xiaomi ones.

    • Given that the cheapest ever for Xiaomi is $38.87 and normally hovering around ~$48, you could buy 2 of this and still better off

    • "go2home" Did you attempt to get replaced under warranty with Kogan?

      I received a faulty power bank although a Samsung model, so claimed DOA with Kogan Support and they sent out a new one within a week.

      • I was thinking it's not worth the postage back to Kogan if claimed. Let me try it.

        • Oh yeah, I did not think of that if that is what they require.

          In my case I just had to show a short video or photo(s) and no questions asked, they apologised and told me to keep old one ( had some fun pulling apart after many attempts to charge lol ) and sent out new one in a week. Great service, did not expect that after reading many complaints here about claiming warranty with Kogan.

          • @ozhunter68: Same thing happened to me. Was requested the short video and then sent me the replacement. Just received it today.

            • @go2home: Great news. You got a brand new one today in the mail with zero cost to you, just some obvious needed time. Was it a 10000mAh from this post? You said it failed after two months, may I ask how or on what you used it and how often? I love learning more about charging and power banks, so any info is much appreciated as my own experience can only show me so much.

              • @ozhunter68: It was the same 10000mAh one ordered at the end of May for $19, and arrived in couple of days. Was using it to charge my Samsung Note 9 & Samsung Tab S maybe 3 times per week. Until after 2 month using, it stopped charging my phone, and not taking charge from the power adapter. Then I just through it in the corner until saw you comments and lodged the claim.

                We have 3 Xiaomi power banks at home for much longer time and never failed. 1x old Xiaomi 10000mAh without QC, 1x Xiaomi 10000mAh with QC, 1x ZMI 10 45W 20000mAh (the best one I have. It can even charge my laptop).

                Recently bought a Romoss SW20 Pro 20000mAh from here (https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/477996), but it only take quick charge from USB-C port for my Note 9. And there is some high frequency noise when charging the phones. Maxium 9V input, 12V output is the not so exciting.

        • Yeah you should try. I think kogan give pre-paid label for returning under warranty.

    • "better deal" only if you're talking about mAh/$…not everyone wants a 20,000mAh powerbank.

      (For me personally, that is a terrible option, because the only time I would want 20,000mAh is if I want to charge higher powered devices - so I would want 30-45W at least, not 18W in a powerbank that size! YMMV)

    • As stated in my post and above comments, I found 20000mAh is too big to carry around

      • I, like many others use both sizes and capacities for different case uses at different times.

        For example, small lighter 5000mAh-10000mAh power bank for putting in small bag, pocket and easy to hold on phone when charging and using on day trips such as on trains or buses. A larger capacity when travelling with backpack or suitcase when flying OS or going away on camping trips without power getting used as light/phone/tablet charging for few days supplemented with a smaller one at the same time.

        For heavy duty laptop/tablet charging this one looks good for the price currently

        Both the 10000mAh and 20000mAh power banks with 18W PD and QC3 for $19 and $29 delivered are great value. Period!

    • Anyone know if this or the 20k Kogan unit can use the full 18W on a Nintendo Switch, or if it caps out at 12w like the ROMOSS, as per https://www.ozbargain.com.au/folder/13143

      • It will supply 12W to the Switch, because it doesn’t have the 15V profile. It will use the 12V profile instead (PD negotiation will select the highest V). The Switch will only draw 12W from 12V/1.5A.

        FWIW, 18W chargers can only provide 14.4W max, not 18W. The Switch will draw 14.4W from a charger with 15V/1.2A (or 9V/2A as the highest voltage).

        If you want the maximum 18W, you need a PD charger with 9V/3A, 12V/2A or 15V/1.5A minimum.


        • Thanks for the info - appreciated.

          Looks like none of the cheaper Kogan or ROMOSS units can hit 9V/3A, 12V/2A or 15V/1.5A, so the search shall continue…

          • @UncleRico: Check out www.SwitchChargers.com - they have a list of powerbanks on there, with specs and reviews. Pretty sure one or two of the 18W powerbanks on the list support 15V/1.2A.

            Off the top of my head, one of them was an Anker (or other not-so-cheap brand!).

            Edit: Yep, there are 3 on the list with 15V/1.2A, and they are all Anker. There are also 3 more (RAVPower, ZMI and Aukey) that have 9V/2A as the highest spec, so they will also charge at the same rate of 14.4W (if the listed spec are correct*).

            *pretty sure those specs for the ZMI are wrong! Not sure about the other two (looks to be correct from the listings).

      • Can you list the model of the ROMOSS as link is dead.

  • I can run a raspberry pi with this can't I?

  • Got mine today, thanks!

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