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RAVPOWER RP-PB201 20000mAh PD 60W Max 72wh Powerbank $64.99 Shipped @ Sunvalley Amazon AU


Seems a good powerbank considering after the kogan powerbank recall.

20000mAh 60W PD Power Bank, RAVPower Portable Charger with 3.0 USB C Cable, Power Delivery 2-Port Power Bank Charging Compatible with MacBook Air Pro iPhone 11 Pro Max iPad Pro 2018

Potent Power for Your Laptop: Substantial 60W PD output means it can charge your MacBook Pro perfectly, just as good as the original charger
Big Power, Small Case: A 20000mAh battery pack to power your iPhone 11 Pro Max from 0% to full 2. 6 times, Galaxy S10 3. 4 times and iPad Pro 2018 1. 6 times(Not Compatible with MacBook Pro 16 or iPad Pro 2020)
Dual Fast Charging: Equipped with one PD port and one QC port to ensure you can charge your laptop and phone at top speeds simultaneously
Mighty 30W PD Input: Achieve peak performance with a strapping 30W PD charging adapter – fully recharge the power bank in 2 and a half hours(Charger Not Included)
Dependable Safety: Packed with advanced charging guards, this power bank is forged to protect against damage caused by overcurrent and overheating issues

Color Black
Other Feature PD USB C Input & Output, iSmart USB Output
No. of iPhone 11 Charges 5
Input 5V/3A, 9V/3A, 12V/2.5A, 15V/2A, 20V/1.5A, 30W max
Output 5V/3A, 9V/3A, 12V/3A, 14.5V/2A, 15V/3A, 20V/3A, 60W max

15 $ of the retail price of 79$ using the coupon code above, Can be combined with gift card from auspost shop for 50$ gift card at 1.5% off

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  • I bought one of these the day it went on sale. Works well with my XPS 13.

  • Used it with a Lenovo X1 Tablet and a MS Surface Laptop 3, works perfectly.

    • Hmmm so should be enough for Surface Pro 7.

      • If it can charge MacBook it can charge surface (lower power demand).
        I bought it for surface book 2 waiting for it

      • Should definitely be fine for a Pro 7, my Laptop 3 came with a 65W charger, the 60W power delivery from this Powerbank happily charges the Laptop 3, and its actually quite quick as well.

        I have heard the 44W Surface power supply that came with certain Surface models will charge any Surface devices but the charge speed is slower.

        Apparently you can even use the 22W Surface Go charger as well, but best to do this while the Surface Pro is turned off as the power drain is too high while the device is on.

        Rule of thumb seems to be that if you use a USB-C charger or Powerbank above 45W, you should be fine.

  • -1

    Never again will I buy this brand. I have had two powerbanks stopped charging after a few weeks of use. They sent replacement but that was also the same. I also have Xiaomi and Romoss and they are going strong after 5 and 3 years of use respectively.

  • Any more comments on this before I pull the trigger?

  • Im tempted to just get another Kogan one….the 102W one. I kinda wanna avoid them though after my last one getting recalled. But yeh, it never missed a beat. I did notice it had unbranded cells inside it tho, are there any available guaranteed to use decent cells like Sony, Panasonic, LG or something along those lines? I realise this would cost substantially more money, but now im paranoid :P

  • Is the 30W charger compulsory to charge this or can I just use a normal charger

    Thank You,

    • Usually all powerbank can charge at any wattage. I used to charge my kogan one with 5w charger sure it takes like 10 hrs but still charges if you wanna leave overnight or something

      • Thank You.

  • +1

    Got mine today.
    Dam amazon is so fast next day delivery for free.
    This one is definately better than kogan.
    Takes long time to charge( means has more juice than kogan)
    IT is like So dam light and small seriously it feels like a couple bar soaps stuck together, that small.
    Will share how much it can charge my surface book 2 soon, and in how long.

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