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Romoss Dual-Input, Dual-Output 10000mAh Compact Power Bank $9.49 + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Romoss Amazon AU


$7 off code looks like it's only meant for 40000mAh power banks but seems to work for all Romoss power banks.

Credit to the original code poster wazza23 who posted 20000mAh for $16.09

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  • Thanks OP. Got 1.
    The promo code only can use once per account?
    Tried order the one from wazza23 but don't see the same code appear anymore

    • +1

      Yes, once per account.

      • Thanks for confirming :)

  • Thanks op

  • Looks like code can only be redeemed once?

  • -2

    very few people are travelling or going to work. Few people need them.

    • When we lost power for over a day in Melbourne last week, power banks were really in demand then!

    • +2

      The whole country isn't under lockdown šŸ˜‰

  • +6

    Can also be applied to this one with PD 18W

  • 10000mah currently not available

  • +1

    Went and put the code to the 20Ah version.

  • it looks thicker than the 20k model. Is it?

  • Sitting in my cart, showing as OOS

  • Oos

  • Dammit Iā€™m 15 min too slow. Out of stock of apparently.

  • +4

    Missed the original one but bought this black one for $11.69.
    Thanks OP!!

  • +3

    Blacks still available for a tad bit more. $11.69 with next day delivery after $7 promo code.


  • +1

    Grabbed it in black, adding to my large collection of power banks, cant seem to help myself

    • I did the same.

    • Got it today, have to say i like it a lot more than the Xiaomi 10k mah one.

  • NVM answered my own question.

    • +5

      Not true.

    • +3

      Lol - who buys, owns, or travels with a sub 5000mAh powerbank?? They're pretty useless.
      I've travelled overseas for years with a 10000mAh one. Never been a problem at airports.

    • +3

      Wrong. You can take up to 100Wh on a plane without airline approval and anything between 100-160Wh with airline approval.

      26800mAh sits at just below 100Wh.

      • Must just be Gladstone then. They needed airport approval for 10000mAh, it was on a sign at the xray.

        • Someone needs to tell CASA that Gladstone are going against their regulations.

    • +1

      I've taken 26800mah on a plane with no problems.

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