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4000mAh twin charger Belkin £6.25 reduced from £25 @ Tesco Stoke.

£6.25 @ Tesco Direct
Told its national deal. Twin port 4000mah charger Tesco Stoke on Trent Newcastle road Read More
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9m, 3w agoFound 9 months, 3 weeks ago
Told its national deal.

Twin port 4000mah charger

Tesco Stoke on Trent Newcastle road
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9m, 3w agoFound 9 months, 3 weeks ago
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1 Like #2
4,000mAh is nothing. You don't really want anything less than 50,000mAh unless you are charging a Nokia 5110
#3

Is aukey a good brand though? I've used anker a bunch and belkin too. I only ever saw aukey on amazon and lightning deals.
1 Like #4
The cheek of actually selling this at £25 oO
#5
robodan918

Is aukey a good brand though? I've used anker a bunch and belkin too. I only ever saw aukey on amazon and lightning deals.


I've had an aukey one for about 3years now, works perfectly. They are quite known in the battery market
#6
PAULTRD
4,000mAh is nothing. You don't really want anything less than 50,000mAh unless you are charging a Nokia 5110

I've had a Veho Pebble 8400 MaH since 2011 - it's great, although starting to depreciate now after much use! 50k's well OTT and would weigh a ton - quality over quantity too! a 4k Belkin should charge an iPhone I would have thought!
#7
5000mAh £6.99 one available from Lidl on Sunday HERE looks better value slimmer design with maybe a metal cover.
3 Likes #8
PAULTRD
4,000mAh is nothing. You don't really want anything less than 50,000mAh unless you are charging a Nokia 5110

I'd say 80,000Mah at the very least, after all you might need to jump start your car too.:)
#9
PAULTRD
4,000mAh is nothing. You don't really want anything less than 50,000mAh unless you are charging a Nokia 5110


A 2 port device hardly needs to be 50,000 mAh!
#10
:D Between 10/20,000mah is fine for charging smart phones a good few times & small/light enough to have in your bag.

Just buy a brand that has a good reputation, because a lot of power bank/chargers are falsely advertising the wrong MaH charge.

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