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BlitzWolf BW-P11 20000mAh Type-C USB PD & QC 3.0 18W Power Bank US$18.99 (~A$25.91) AU Stock Delivered @ Banggood

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This popular power bank is on sale again shipping from Banggood's AU warehouse.

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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  • +1 vote

    I tested one of these the other day, true capacity out the USB was 13,967mAh, about what you'd expect…

    Mine has always had a burnt electronics smell but it works ok…

    • +4 votes

      3.7 x 20000 / 5 = 14800mAh, so factoring in efficiency 13967mAh is probably quite accurate.

  • +1 vote

    This may not apply to a lot of peoples buying decision, but this unit can not charge low power devices such as bluetooth headphones.

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    Looks like it's got a wireless charging pad - or is that just the visual design?

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      Just visual.

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    Can this charge MacBook Air 2018 (USB-c)?

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      I dont think 18w will be enough to charge it efficiently. you need one with like 45w.

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    I have this unit and the annoying thing is you need to use its charging cable to charge it. I tried other cables but the connector isnt long enough to fit deep into the hole to charge. I resorted to using a dremel to shave off some of the plastic housing around the port to fit in others.

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      I have this unit and the annoying thing is you need to use its charging cable to charge it.

      I tried with 2 different micro USB and 2 USB-c cables (so at least 1 of each wasn't supplied with the unit) and they all worked fine.

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        my problem was that it didnt plug in deep enough to charge. Its the housing designs fault

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          Its the housing designs fault

          How can it be? I used 2 different cables in 2 different ports, and all 4 cables worked fine. If there was a design flaw in the unit, then at least 1 of those cables should not have worked.

          I shouldn't have to mention that I didn't make any modifications to the unit or the cables for any of them to work.

          Maybe the cables you have are just too short … OR … maybe I have lucky long cables.

          Were you trying Micro-USB or USB-c?

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            @photonbuddy: What I meant is the micro usb hole to charge the battery pack itself. The 2 usb ports for charging devices is fine.

            You will notice that the charging cable for the unit has a longer metal connector

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              @damienhello:

              What I meant is the micro usb hole to charge the battery pack itself.

              I used 2 different Micro-USB cables to charge the device, and both worked fine.

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    Looks like the price went up.

    Order Total
    AU$49.07
    Coupon Discount
    -AU$15.15
    Total Payment
    AU$33.92

    Any chance of getting it at the lower price?