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BlitzWolf BW-P11 20000mAh Type-C USB PD & QC 3.0 18W Power Bank US$19.99 (~A$25.94) AU Stock Delivered @ Banggood

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This popular power bank is on flash sale and currently the cheapest price it's ever been.

Featuring multiple fast charging technologies including 18W USB-PD via USB-C, Quick Charge 3.0 via the orange USB port and standard charging in the black USB port. It can be recharged with USB-PD/QC3 via Micro USB or USB-C.

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Comments

  • do you need a special charger to charge the thing?

  • Paid A$28.03 for this a week ago. Good power bank - it fast charges my Galaxy S9. Only comes with a micro-usb cable though, which seems strange as it can be recharged via usb-c.

    • yeah it's weird. if it came with the micro to c adapter like xiaomi do would be much better.

      however, I just use the USB c to charge, and for output and the cable that came with it is in the bag with all the other misc cables.

  • I bought one of these from when they first became available on banggood (pre-order).

    NO LOW-POWER CHARGING
    Keep in mind this charger will turn off if attempting to charge very low power devices. It has no option (that I know of) to remain on (like some other power banks can, for example my xiaomi remains on for 2 hours to charge low-power devices if you simply double-press the power button). There is no such mode on this power bank! This probably won't affect many users just charging their phones and tablets, but this is worth mentioning for devices using very little current and charging with very little current (bluetooth headsets, USB audio amplifiers, etc.)

    BLITZWOLF NON-RESPONSE
    I sent a short email to Blitzwolf to ask them if the power bank has a feature to remain on when charging low-power devices. No response.

    The side MicroUSB port on 2 units I have played with is 'fiddly' in terms of being detected. It's quite fussy if it's not 'just right' or moved a bit. I don't know if that still applies today. That's the best way I can put it. Otherwise, this unit has plenty of capacity and ports for most people. I prefer charging with USB C input.

    Protect it a soft case of some sort. It's a chunky thing and you probably don't want to drop it.

  • Can you charge smart watch and buds with this too?