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TP-Link 10400mAh Power Bank (TL-PB10400) $14.98 @ EB Games

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Looks like a good price - I paid $50 for this a few years ago and it has served me very well, and continues to do so. Additional information available from the manufacturer, here:
https://www.tp-link.com/au/home-networking/mobile-accessory/...

Stock might be limited if looking to pickup at a local store. I have included the known list of locations below.

RosebudEB Games / ZiNG
R051-R052 Rosebud Plaza
Boneo Road
Rosebud VIC 3939
Stock Available
(03) 5982 0430

Caroline SpringsEB Games
Shop 28 Caroline Springs Square
13-19 Lake St
Caroline Springs VIC 3023
Stock Available
(03) 8390 6742

Canberra CentreEB Games
Shop FF11 Canberra Centre
Level 1 125 Bunda Street
Canberra ACT 2601
Stock Available
(02) 6262 7855

MittagongEB Games
Shop 16 Highlands Marketplace
197 Old Hume Highway
Mittagong NSW 2575
Stock Available
(02) 4872 2417

PenrithEB Games
Shop 134 Westfield Penrith Plaza
585 High St
Penrith NSW 2750
Stock Available
(02) 4731 2755

Woy WoyEB Games
Shop 44 Deepwater Plaza
Cnr Railway & Charlton St
Woy Woy NSW 2256
Stock Available
(02) 4342 6399

Port LincolnEB Games
Shop 2 Port Lincoln Plaza
38 Edinburgh St
Port Lincoln SA 5606
Stock Available
(08) 8682 3184

TareeEB Games
Shop 18 Taree City Centre
60 Manning St
Taree NSW 2430
Stock Available
(02) 6551 5782

North LakesEB Games
Shop 1062 Westfield Shoppingtown
Cnr Anzac Ave & North Lakes Dr
Mango Hill QLD 4509
Stock Available
(07) 3491 9276

YeppoonEB Games
Shop T24 Yeppoon Central
42 Park St
Yeppoon QLD 4703
Stock Available
(07) 4930 2044

InnisfailEB Games
77 Edith Street
Innisfail QLD 4860
Stock Available

Related Stores

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closed Comments

  • +4 votes

    No QC (let alone PD). Must be a very old model.

    • +1 vote
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      Perhaps reflected with the price. I have used mine for everything from charging the iPads, Nintendo switch, powering a Chromecast in my van while holidaying with the kids and having a UPS type arrangement with some raspberry Pi builds.

      Sub $20 usually gets you a crappy 2500mAh pack, so I still think this is decent.

      • +4 votes

        $20 gets you a USB C 20,000mah power bank from Kmart with LCD display

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          Mechanically it is C, but only 5V in and out.
          Still, better value than EB. Fresh cells too.

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          Really, kmart. Do you have one and is it any good.

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    a real Ozbargainer would have many power bank

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    This is quite heavy, and I think I had bought it for $10-$20 few years back.

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    just think what you could have done with the $30 you overpaid all those years ago…

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    I have this, from 2012 if im not mistaken. heavily used for couple of years, later mostly just need something to charge low power equipment like gopro or DS4 controllers.
    1A and 2A outlet come on. OP appreciate the work you but as stock levels but meh no deal.

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    Had 2 of these power banks that both broke where the usb ports stopped working, 2nd time I just decided to harvest the cells as they had LG 2.5ah 18650's in them.