BlitzWolf BW-P11 20000mAh 18W QC3.0 PD Power Bank US$19.99 (~A$26.22) Delivered (AU Stock) @ Banggood AU

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The BlitzWolf BW-P11 20000mAh 18W QC3.0 PD Power Bank is again discounted to $US19.99 or ~$AUD26.22 with the coupon BG59056d from an Australian warehouse so delivery time should be short.

Specifications:

  • Model BW-P11
  • Color Black
  • Size 143x71x30mm
  • Net Weight 390g
  • Material PCBA, Polymer battery
  • Battery Capacity 20000mAh
  • Conversion Rate ≧85%
  • Total Power 18W(Max)
  • Inputs Micro B:5V 2A,9V 2A
  • TYPE-C:5V 2.6A,9V2A
  • Outputs USB A1(QC):5V-3A,9V-2A,12V-1.5A
  • USB A2:5V-3A
  • TYPE-C:5V-3A,9V-2A,12V-1.5A
  • Supported Protocols PD18W QC3.0
  • Working Temperature 0~45℃
  • Certifications CE, FCC, RoHS

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Comments

  •  

    Good price to specs ratio ….. shame about the MicroUSB input.

    • +1 vote

      It also has TYPE-C though so not bad price.

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        Yep…..I'm just looking for to the day when I can remove micro USB from my life!

    •  

      You prefer less options for charging?

        • +6 votes

          Mine is charging via USB C right now.

          • +4 votes

            @iamherenow: Apologies, I'm a fool! I read the specs list wrong.

            Ok, great price great charging options. I'll now buy one !

      • +3 votes

        Ad clearly says:

        Micro B + Type-C Inputs: two options to rapidly fuel the power bank

    • +4 votes

      shame about the MicroUSB input.

      EDIT: As has been pointed out, it also has USB-C input!

  •  

    Basic question: would this charge a MacBook, given its 18W? Even slowly? Are there any portable chargers out there capable of charging a MBP? Cheers!

    •  

      Not sure about this device, but many of the portable car jump starters say they'll charge laptops.

    •  

      I think you will need a minimum 65w capable powerbank. I know for my Lenovo laptop anything less and it doesn't charge. I have actually used a powerbank that can deliver 3amp at 5v but that charged slowly and heated it up considerably

  • +1 vote

    As mentioned in a previous listing for this item, it won't do low charge devices effectively.. For example, if I plug in my bluetooth headphones to charge, it'll go ~30 seconds and then shut off. I can just press the button on the side, and it will charge for another 30 seconds, but that gets old really fast.

    I realise most people would be using this for phones/tablets, so for most, this probably isn't a big worry.

    It does hold it's charge well though. After 6 months sitting on my desk, and adding ~900mAh to my phone, it still shows 4 lights.

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      Would there be a double click to enable low voltage charge like Xiaomi powerbanks?

      •  

        According to the poster who initially posted this issue, there isn't.

        To be honest, it wasn't something I considered ought to be an issue, but there must be a good reason why it happens.

  •  

    Thanks bought one, good deal.

  •  

    Received mine however it does not want to charge. Anyone else with the same problem?