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Best powerbank for the Nintendo Switch?

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So I'm going on holiday soon and will have over 4 hours of travelling. I intend to play my Nintendo Switch and so I think it's finally time to get a portable charger. Has to be £25 or less Read More
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1m, 1w agoPosted 1 month, 1 week ago
So I'm going on holiday soon and will have over 4 hours of travelling. I intend to play my Nintendo Switch and so I think it's finally time to get a portable charger. Has to be £25 or less
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1m, 1w agoPosted 1 month, 1 week ago
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I've always found Anker products good quality and value. Check out Amazon and see which ones you like. I know it's over your budget but for £30 you can get a 20100 mAh Anker power bank
#2
Anker is good quality, my day-to-day powerbank is Xiaomi who I also really like but can take a few weeks to arrive from China.

If you're getting a flight double check how big a battery you're allowed to bring. I know some airlines or airports don't allow batteries over a certain capacity.
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7percent
Anker is good quality, my day-to-day powerbank is Xiaomi who I also really like but can take a few weeks to arrive from China.

If you're getting a flight double check how big a battery you're allowed to bring. I know some airlines or airports don't allow batteries over a certain capacity.


Oh didn't know that. I've been thinking about naked but was worried it wouldn't be enough if I didn't have time to charge it fully
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Dolphinzz
7percent
Anker is good quality, my day-to-day powerbank is Xiaomi who I also really like but can take a few weeks to arrive from China.

If you're getting a flight double check how big a battery you're allowed to bring. I know some airlines or airports don't allow batteries over a certain capacity.


Oh didn't know that. I've been thinking about naked but was worried it wouldn't be enough if I didn't have time to charge it fully


Anker*** not naked :D dang autocorrect makes more mistakes than corrections.
#6
So long as you're aware that with your limited budget you won't get a bank with the technology required to charge the switch EFFICIENTLY you'll be fine. Cheaper chargers will only extend the play time in the sense that the switch will drain them to remain functioning, unlike the pricier ones which will actually charge your switch while it's in use.

You can't go wrong with any in that eurogamer article for your budget.

Edited By: StolenDiagram on Jun 18, 2017 22:55
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