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Kogan 26800mAh Power Bank (75W) with PD and QC 3.0 $69 (Was $129.99) @ Kogan


Was looking at the Amazon US Anker sale but realised they don't directly ship to Australia. Decided to look around for a 45w+ power bank and found Kogan's on sale. Free shipping with code "Postman". Copy/paste:

  • 26800mAh with up to 75W (60W + 15W) total output
  • Rapid Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 technology
  • Up to 60W of Power Delivery (PD) 3.0 for USB Type-C devices
  • Intelligently identifies your device‚Äôs ideal power output
  • UPS to charge your device while the power bank is charging
  • Charge up to 3 devices simultaneously
  • Smooth aluminium body and finish

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  • +2 votes

    RRP is a joke.

    • +1 vote

      But now $139.99? Sounds like a bargain…

      • +2 votes

        I think he means it's normally $80. Right now it's not at its normal price.

        Kinda like how Bose QC 35 IIs have an RRP of $599, but the price that we consider the normal price around here is ~$350.

    • +1 vote

      Was $139 when I checked last night. When did you see it at $80?

      • -1 vote

        Check price hipster. It's only that price now because dodgy.

        • +1 vote

          So before giving deal a Neg you should have spent less than a minute to verify correct price first.

          I have both the 102W and older 60W version and great products, the posted one here for $69 delivered is a top deal, don't look back lol.


            @ozhunter68: did you buy the 102W version for $80?


              @lostn: Yeah, got it for $79 with a Free delivery offer when still on pre-order.

              Don't pay $139.99 delivered for it now as someone said it was cheaper before free delivery offer.

              All three, the older 60W, 72W & 102W versions are identical, bar the larger output and for the 102W also higher input.

              Unless you really need the higher output of the 102W version, currently the 72W one is the one to go for @ $69 delivered, that's what I got the older 60W version for too.

              • +1 vote

                @ozhunter68: I have the 60W version which I believe was the first gen.

                But I was under the impression 60W was the PD port, not the total. Apparently this is incorrect?

                • +1 vote

                  @lostn: I can't be sure about newer 75W total model they list now, but pretty sure all specs

                  are the same as the older 60W model, same maximum outputs Per Port, just did not say

                  75W total for old one. Remember reading a comment early on from a Kogan Rep that it

                  was capable of more total output, but they kept the specs conservative to be safe.

                  Maybe after further testing and reliable customer usage rapports they felt safe to

                  just re-word the listing and maybe printing on battery and paperwork, or they had

                  a circuit boost for output, but I really doubt that. great power hey,

                  not one I throw in my backpack but great to have on trips away in car etc.


            @ozhunter68: I stand by my neg, because you can just wait until the sale is over, and the price of the 102W will drop to it's "normal" price.

            • +1 vote

              @shiny1: That is a fair point. But $69 delivered for this model is a good deal all the same.

              Delivery for me 2483 is $13, so unless you really must have the extra Watts, $24 more is a bit. Love my first model Kogan 26800mAh 60W ( total output same 75W as this one posted ).

              The 102W model is still $139.99 + Delivery now, too bad for people who wanted one for Christmas.

  • +6 votes

    I have this powerbank and I'm really happy with it. It will charge my Dell XPS 15 very quickly and have room to charge 2 phones no problems.
    the capacity is 26,800mAh which just happens to be the maximum powerbank size you can take on a plane. I always charge my powerbank after using it, this powerbank holds its charge well even after 2 months, which is how long since I used it last and all 4 power indicator lights are still on, meaning at a minimum it is still at 80% maximum. I highly recommend this charger for people that need PD charging such as for a Macbook, Nintendo Switch etc.


    Good Find!

  • +1 vote

    it's never been $130.

    But seeing that inflated RRP gives me hope. They have the 102W version for $140. Will they run a sale on that for $79? If so, I would buy that.

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