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Charmast 26800mAh Power Bank with 4 Output & 3 Input, 18W PD & QC 3.0 $44.09 Delivered @ Charmast Amazon AU

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Charmast Power Bank 26800mAh 18W PD & QC 3.0, Portable Charger with 4 Output & 3 Input, USB-C Power External Battery Pack Compatible with MacBook/New Type-C iPad Pro/MacBook Air, iPhone, Pixel, and More
Original Price: $62.99
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Link: https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B08B4M2DNC

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  • +1 vote

    Title should start with the brand name.

    • +4 votes

      But the price may more cheap

      • +2 votes

        You what mate?

        • +3 votes

          “It also has 10% coupons, the price may more cheap than…”
          I was having a laugh at OP

          • +1 vote

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            • +1 vote

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  • +7 votes

    I bought the 26800mAh one and found that it was 21000mAh. Seller did not reply.

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      how's the build quality of it?

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      Hello,

      Thank you for sharing your experience.

      Please understand that the lithium battery's capacity is not equal to the output capacity.
      Because while charging, there are two affection factors: Power Conversion Rate and Boost Converter rate.
      You can check your information.
      We will generally reply customer information within 24 hours. Through inspection, we found that when you contacted us for the first time, we contacted you 15 minutes later and did not receive any response. If you have any questions, please contact us via [email protected]

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        Please understand that the lithium battery's capacity is not equal to the output capacity.
        Because while charging, there are two affection factors: Power Conversion Rate and Boost Converter rate.

        Yes, I specifically addressed that in my previous post.

        Through inspection, we found that when you contacted us for the first time, we contacted you 15 minutes later and did not receive any response.

        I sent two messages through Amazon's contact system and did not receive a reply both times. What did your reply say? I addressed the boost converter efficiency in my first message. ​

        Can you confirm the model of the cell used in the power bank?

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    is this compatible with Samsung fast charging

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      QC 3.0 should work fine. 18w (9V, 2A) is an older/general PD standard.

      YMMV, as it depends on the phone

      “Fast” or “Boost” or “Quick” Keeps changing depending on the year it was revised or a new standard was made.

      on the S21, they added “Adaptive Fast Charging” with the 45w PPS / Adaptive Fast Charging with PD 3.0, and the chargers should have Adaptive in the name.

      “Super fast charging” requires USB-C type connector and PD3.0 PPS 3.3V~11V/2.25A or higher (sic)

      There’s something like 6 to 8 different PD standards, so having a 45w PD charger isn’t enough to guarantee AFC, PD3.0 or PPS support, nor is it really a long term issue to get 45w or 10w charging as it ramps down over time.

      The newer “boost” type 0-50% chargers you’d need to know what PD voltage it supports,

      and you’d need a USBC tester gadget ($20-$60) to know if it can pull 18w, 25w or 45w AND it supports the newer PD standard. These are useful for testing PD cables as well, because the cable/connector wearing out or bending/flexing over time can be a problem at faster charge levels.

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    Got one thanks