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Anker Astro E1 £9.59 (Prime) £14.58 non prime @ Amazon

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Anker Astro E1 5200mAh Ultra Compact Portable Charger External Battery Power Bank with PowerIQ Technology for iPhone, iPad, Samsung, Nexus, HTC, Huawei and More (Black) Read More
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Anker Astro E1 5200mAh Ultra Compact Portable Charger External Battery Power Bank with PowerIQ Technology for iPhone, iPad, Samsung, Nexus, HTC, Huawei and More (Black)
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3 Likes #1
I own two of these and they are the best battery chargers I own. small and quick to charge my phone.
2 Likes #2
i got one last month and it seems like a quality bit of kit, maybe those that are voting this cold can give some reasons why?

Edited By: cainer1 on Mar 13, 2017 08:29
1 Like #3
cainer1
i got one last month and it seems like a quality bit of kit, maybe those that are voting this cold can give some reasons why?


the price I would say u can pick up a decent one with 3 times the capacity for similar price. such as a technet ok u may say anker is better but not buy much so it will go cold.
#4
MynameisM
cainer1
i got one last month and it seems like a quality bit of kit, maybe those that are voting this cold can give some reasons why?
the price I would say u can pick up a decent one with 3 times the capacity for similar price. such as a technet ok u may say anker is better but not buy much so it will go cold.
I can't put much say "buy" what you say I'm afraid... :)

These are good & hot at the prime price - own two of them & full agree on the quality. Also own a 20,000mAh Anker too & recommend that as well. I would say that the Anker quality often is in the service rather than the products (i.e. they replace quickly when the mains chargers fail, which they do seem to do). Not had any problems with 3 batteries.
#5
jnm21
MynameisM
cainer1
i got one last month and it seems like a quality bit of kit, maybe those that are voting this cold can give some reasons why?
the price I would say u can pick up a decent one with 3 times the capacity for similar price. such as a technet ok u may say anker is better but not buy much so it will go cold.
I can't put much say "buy" what you say I'm afraid... :)

These are good & hot at the prime price - own two of them & full agree on the quality. Also own a 20,000mAh Anker too & recommend that as well. I would say that the Anker quality often is in the service rather than the products (i.e. they replace quickly when the mains chargers fail, which they do seem to do). Not had any problems with 3 batteries.


sorry I'm confused
#6
Not sure that 'you could buy one with 4X the capacity matters much when one 4X the capacity is loads less portable. For the capacity offered this unit is pretty small, which is part of its attraction, surely?
#7
MynameisM
jnm21
MynameisM
cainer1
i got one last month and it seems like a quality bit of kit, maybe those that are voting this cold can give some reasons why?
the price I would say u can pick up a decent one with 3 times the capacity for similar price. such as a technet ok u may say anker is better but not buy much so it will go cold.
I can't put much say "buy" what you say I'm afraid... :)
These are good & hot at the prime price - own two of them & full agree on the quality. Also own a 20,000mAh Anker too & recommend that as well. I would say that the Anker quality often is in the service rather than the products (i.e. they replace quickly when the mains chargers fail, which they do seem to do). Not had any problems with 3 batteries.
sorry I'm confused
Just a little joke about buy where it should be by.
#8
jnm21
MynameisM
jnm21
MynameisM
cainer1
i got one last month and it seems like a quality bit of kit, maybe those that are voting this cold can give some reasons why?
the price I would say u can pick up a decent one with 3 times the capacity for similar price. such as a technet ok u may say anker is better but not buy much so it will go cold.
I can't put much say "buy" what you say I'm afraid... :)
These are good & hot at the prime price - own two of them & full agree on the quality. Also own a 20,000mAh Anker too & recommend that as well. I would say that the Anker quality often is in the service rather than the products (i.e. they replace quickly when the mains chargers fail, which they do seem to do). Not had any problems with 3 batteries.
sorry I'm confused
Just a little joke about buy where it should be by.


ok no problem lol
#9
misterleoni
Not sure that 'you could buy one with 4X the capacity matters much when one 4X the capacity is loads less portable. For the capacity offered this unit is pretty small, which is part of its attraction, surely?


how small are ur pockets the bigger ones fit in mine no problem it's about the size of 2 Samsung s2 what size are the smaller ones size of 2 iphone4s not so much smaller if it's the small size wouldn't it be better just get spare battery instead.

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