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[Presale] Kogan 10,000mAh 18W PD 2.0 / QC 3.0 Textured Power Bank $15.99 Delivered @ Kogan

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What an irresistable price on this Kogan 10,000mAh 18W PD powerbank!

Update 29 June: Ships 21 August

Description

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

  • 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

18W PD 2.0 ultrafast charging

The Kogan 10000mAh 18W Textured Power Bank with QC 3.0 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 two devices at the one time for conventional charging, or one 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.

Highlights

  • Includes a USB-A to Type-C cable โ€“ simply pair with your own device to enjoy fast charge
  • High density lithium polymer batteries

Original Coupon Deal

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Comments

  • Thanks OP, very cheap for QC3.0 and usc c

  • thanks

  • So this is good for an iPhone 7 but not for fast charge?

  • Thanks OP, got one

  • Thanks op

    My spouse as lost 4 of my other power banks so this is a good deal

  • Had one of these for a while. (Silver colour)
    Still working good after 6+ months
    Did test it's claims and it does support 18W output.

  • Cheers. Have the old 2 port model, will add this to the collection. Have some old power banks starting to lose capacity.

    As I always say… I hate Kogan, but I love this line of power banks.

    • These are great value when on sale for $16.99-$25 delivered ( both the 2 port and this one ).

      Can't say I love Kogan, but jst yesterday got terrible service from JB Hifi and Kogan has always been decent with my 2 warranty claims to date.

  • Cheers OP, jumped on one.

  • For people who want loads more power reserve ( 26800mAh ) and watts output ( 87W via usb C PD & 102W Max Total ) for charging laptops and the like, this one from Kogan is a beast for $79.99 delivered.

    https://www.kogan.com/au/buy/kogan-26800-mah-power-bank-pro-...

    • I got mine from the other deal, seems to check out other than a few quirks with QC3 but otherwise pretty solid for the price.

      • What type of quirks have you come across so far?

        • If you unplug and replug it a few times in the USB-A ports, quick charge wont re-engage, need to unplug cables wait until the lights on the power bank switch off before it'll work again. None of my other power banks do this.
          Also power bank lights remain on when USB-C cable is connected even if nothing else is plugged in on the other end possibly causing power drain? Need to unplug cable from power bank when not in use. This doesnt occur on the USB-A ports.
          Other caveat (despite it being a 102W charger) is USB-A ports provide 18W total, so if you plug in 2 devices to charge via USB-A, they wont both quick charge. You can however have one via USB-C and one via USB-A so they both can quick charge.

          • @BargainKen: After reading your comment and never noticing that on mine I got the same power bank and earlier

            original similar 60W model out to test both and do not have any of the problems you mention on either. https://help.kogan.com/hc/en-us/articles/360012992374-Kogan-...

            Of course the output for using both usb A is only 18W max with this model as per spec sheet.

            Maybe you have a faulty model, or cables or phone issue, who knows?

            Worse I got a Cygnett 20000mAh Pro that will not charge two of my Chromebooks where even the small Kogan 10000mAh will do it via usb C PD ( really slow ) and also a small Aldi $6-$10 model 6000mAh with only 5V 3A will also do it via usb C PD ( also really slowly of course ). I read on here there was a voltage issue with the Cygnett, I mentioned it to the Rep on here on one of the posts and he offered to exchange, but months later not responding to any emails etc.

            • @ozhunter68: Yep like I said its only a very minor quirk. I tested again and to reproduce the issue you need to switch plugs on the powerbank for it to occur. Basically wont fast charge until power bank cycles off/on - given power banks are carried with you at most of the time a slightly lower reduction in charge time wont really matter so much anyway.
              The power lights remaining on while USB-C is connected (regardless of anything connected on the other end) issue also occurs on my Romoss so something consistent there at least.

              Romoss isnt perfect either, for some reason it just wont charge certain QC3 devices even though they're both QC3 certified (shrug).

              • @BargainKen: Seems like there is no power bank that ticks all boxes for performing all features

                available/wanted/needed by the latest tech savy consumers.

                Hence many of us have a collection of various power banks and other tech.

                • @ozhunter68: Last count 714Ah over 8 power banks ๐Ÿ˜…

                  • @BargainKen: Haha, you did the maths. Never added mine up, might have to when I get bored but will

                    take a while as been colecting for years and even gave more than 8 away as gifts lol.

                    Luckily they do last a few years, and like shoes if you spread

                    the wear between them they should last longer.

    • The 87W & 102W Max Total is absolutely AMAZING, and would suit laptop charging quite well… However, for phone charging, it financially works out better to just buy 3 of these 10,000mAh power banks lol

      • Your totally correct in my opinion for most types of mobile phone charging on the go.

        I have one of these as well as given a few away for gifts as their great bang for your buck.

        Also have various other 2000mAh-26800mAh power banks and when on the go on foot/bus/train I often prefer thin small/light power banks mainly to get you through your day away from power.

        When away camping, sometimes larger capacity is better where size and weight convenience is not so important.

        • Exactly, and in your camping trip, if you'd of wanted to save money, you would choose 3 or 4 of these 10,000mAh power banks, $64 (40,000mAh) instead of the 26800mAh $80 power bank - If you aren't bringing a laptop along (Probably just bringing a phone and iPad or something…)

          • @Zackeroo: Many people running businesses or managerial/sales rep type work would certainly take a laptop away on trips including myself. Even doing some computer work in a park or garden and laptop power running out. For some people the extra power/features is worth the extra price for some uses.

  • Thanks OP

    So tempting..
    But I've already got 3 powerbanks totalling to 70Ah.

    Must resist…..

  • Thx, Didn't need it so I bought one.

  • Where do people use these? My Pixel lasts all day, so I'm trying to suss when I'd need a power bank ๐Ÿ˜ฌ

    • I'd use it for other devices such as a Nintendo switch

    • Power bricks keep my Sony Alpha camera recording for hours when I am out and about.

    • It really depends on how much you use your phone… A Pixel 4 for example can last about 4-5 hours on a single charge (People complained about this poor battery life). Some people use their phone easily over 4-5 hours, with them possibly often being on the move, constantly using their phone for Maps, Messages, phone calls, camera and a constant use of internet required apps (Chrome, social media, music streaming services).

      In short, you might not use your phone much, hence the whole day battery life, but some people have phones which can't make it the whole day, requiring a power bank to keep them topped up :)

    • I use mine when travelling. Overseas on Google Maps the phone chews through the battery. I always have my camera bag with me anyway so carry my 20,000 most of the time. I have a couple of Romoss 10,000 too.

  • +2 votes

    Thanks OP ordered two at this price they to good to pass up :)

  • Unresistable indeed! ๐Ÿ˜Ž But for real nice deal.

  • Unresistable? Me fail English that's unpossible.

  • Amazing. Grabbed it. Thanks.

  • Thanks OP, bought it to give as a gift.

  • Damn looks like they're out

  • Just missed it - sold out!

  • Back in stock just got one

  • No stock again?

  • Damn. missed out. Waiting on the ZMI qb815 discounts

  • Bah the one night I don't look at ozbargain for a few hours.

  • +5 votes

    Back in stock again however ..

    Ships on 21st Aug
    See delivery information

  • They are quick! Just got Aus Post notification :)

  • It is back again! Just bought two.

  • Just got one! Thx OP

  • For some reason I can't find where to put the code for FREESHIP. Can someone please help me? Thanks.

  • Mine arrived this morning :)

    Currently have both on charge via my 20,000 mi power bank

  • Doesn't have synchronous charging, that is charging both the power bank and the power bank a device simultaneouly unlike Xiaomi.

    • When would you need that feature?

      If my powerbank is charging by being plugged into a wall socket i'll just plug my phone to charge as well.

      I only need my phone to charge via powerbank when I'm on the go and don't have access to mains electricity.

      • Lack of chargers perhaps?

        • What do you mean lack of chargers?

          Each device you buy would come with its own charger right?

          So if you have access to an electrical socket use the devices own charger which will in most cases be faster anyway.
          Which is what i do at least.

          The only time i ever use a powerbank to charge something is when I'm out and have no access to an elecrical socket.
          Your usage may vary though.

          Also if you are using the powerbank to charge a device and therefore constantly draining it how long does it take to charge the powerbank?

          • @prxy: Quite disappointed the kogan powerbank doesn't have this feature, which i've been taking for granted.

            Here's an example. On trips, it is easier to plug the xiaomi power bank into a socket overnight while simultaneously charging my Apple Watch and iPhone from the power bank. I've found that the xiaomi power bank automatically cuts off power supply when the battery hits 100%, so my devices are usually few percent down when i wake up (not fussed about it and great for preserving battery life).

            It also only takes up one point and doesn't require me to bring an extra charger head.