Anker PowerCore 10000 PD Redux Power Bank $44.99 Delivered @ AnkerDirect AU via Amazon AU

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18W PD via USB-C and a trickle charge option through a USB-A port as well. Reviews seem pretty solid.

Make sure to check the $25 coupon box underneath the price on the product page, the discount is applied at checkout and brings it down to $44.99.

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Comments

  • +7

    $45 for a 10k power bank.

    hmmmm

    • +1

      100% worth it quality wise. Still have 5+ year old Anker power banks going strong.

  • +1

    How is this better than this for example ? Genuine question

    • +2

      Well.. for one, its not Kogan

    • "ShouldIBuyit" The biggest difference between the Kogan one and this Anker is form factor and price.

      The other smaller differences are the Kogan one has Quick Charge, and made mostly of aluminium.

      The form factor is a prefrence, keeping in mind that the Kogan one is using Lipo as opposed to cilindar type cells.

      I have various power banks of different brands and price points, and the Kogan ones work well. Had a problem with a

      expensive Cygnet 20000mAh Pro (refunded at The Good Guys), and a recall with Kogan for their 60W pd 2680mAh model (refunded

      and still carefully using it always in firefroof bag with zero problems). See comments below about Ankers bad warranty serice if true.

      • So looks like Kogan brand is more trustworthy than Anker. And cheaper too. Thanks

        • +1

          Would not say more trustworthy as that depends on various factors, such as quality of parts, build quality, and service and

          warranty depending on who is selling the products. My experience with Kogan products are hit and miss, but power banks

          have been good. Some people complained about Kogan Service, but my 2 warranty claims went well considering

          online store. Cosider the price and how you are going to use the product, as many power banks get rough handling and

          get thrown around and/or left in a hor vehicle, personally I prefer to use cheaper power banks such as the Kogan for that

          purpose, and more expensive ones for my more careful use.

    • +1

      Speaking of Kogan why are Zendure Powerbanks so cheap?
      https://www.kogan.com/au/shop/?q=zendure

      Zendure A3PD and Zendure Slim 18W PD 10000mAh for $12.99.

      • I really wanted the Zendure Supertank 100W Power Bank for it's low price ( on clearance ) but missed out.

        Just guessing, but looks like Kogan has a partnership deal here with Zendure ( let's hope they are original stock

        and kept in good condition as batteries are temperature, age and % of charge storage sensitive ).

  • +7

    Why is this a deal?

    • Guessing that the size is the appeal?

    • +1

      Why is this a deal?

  • +1

    Bad experience with anker warranty. Bought from ebay and was refused warranty as it was "purchased from illegitimate resources"

    • +2

      I also experience bad warranty support from Anker. They refuse the warranty, even though I buy it from their own listing on Amazon.
      I never buy their product again since. No point of buying Anker since the price is too high for product with zero warranty support…

  • Good size. Looks pocketable.

    • Yes it is - was the reason a bought one of these and so far have been happy with it.