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ROMOSS 60000mAh Power Bank $74.99 Delivered (Was $99.99) @ Romoss via Amazon AU


Looks like ROMOSS is part of the Amazon Black Friday sales.

The 60000mAh is $10 cheaper than this deal last time

ROMOSS 60000mAh Power Bank, 22.5W Max Portable Charger Phone Battery Charger with 4 Outputs and 3 Inputs Fast Charge External Battery Pack for iPhone, iPad and More (Fast Charging not Suitable for Samsung)

Others also on sale:
40000mAh $49.49 was $65.99
20000mAh $26.24 was $49.99

I got the 40000mAh last time and has been solid so far.

Price History at C CamelCamelCamel.
This is part of Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals for 2021

Related Stores

Amazon AU
Amazon AU
Romoss AU Direct
Romoss AU Direct

closed Comments

  • +1

    (Fast Charging not Suitable for Samsung)

    I'm probably going to remove this line from future deals. Now that I have access to a Samsung phone I've tested it on my Romoss power banks and they're all fast charging ;)

  • +2

    That is a pretty good price for 222Wh power source. Now if only it had 12V DC barrel output as well…

    • Agreed!

    • +1

      It will do 18W on 12V, i.e. 1.5A via a USB Type-A trigger. You just need something like:

      I think that is a QC2 or QC3 trigger.

      • hmm..not sure what this does.

      • So… all I do is to solder a couple of wires from this trigger module to a cigarette lighter socket and this power bank becomes a 12V source?

        This is awesome

  • 10000mah mini powerbank also on sale for $16.49

  • Need some passthrough action

  • Will this fit in the back pocket?

  • Put this in your back pocket and sit down if you want to start leaning to the left or the right.

  • Thanks bought another.

  • Great price but pity they couldn't put it on for $62.99, like a previous sale.

  • Would anyone know if this can these charge Bluetooth headphones and other small devices that my current belkin power bank doesn't seem to be able to ?

    • Just received my powerbank and plugged in My toatronics over ear Bluetooth headphones and The charger started straight away and charging fine @ 0.4 a

  • Would this charge a laptop? If not, would anyone know the requirements I'd need to look for in a powerbank to also encompass laptop charging?

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