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Found this 12000mah USB power bank on CPC.
Cheaper than I could find elsewhere, even cheaper than int'l Ebay sellers.
CPC say 'unbranded' but its a 'Reviva'. See (my poor quality/dirty) photo (it was as-new when it arrived..)
I was a bit skeptical at the price but quality seems good.
Comes with adaptors for old iphone/ipod, microUSB, miniUSB. Came about 85% charged.

CPC free delivery over £5

CPC description:
Portable, high capacity 12,00mAh powerbank charger. Sleek and compact design with a gloss black finish.
Two full size USB outputs; simultaneously charge 2 devices
2.1A output (Output 2) is ideal for recharging tablets
Multiple charging tips cover most devices
Compatible with all standard USB charging leads
Integrated LED display shows remaining charge
Recharges via USB connection (charging time up to 17 hours)
Dimensions (HxWxD): 22x77x95mm

12000mah (687 in stock) £5.94
http://cpc.farnell.com/unbranded/pwrp12bkre/power-bank-12-000mah-reviva/dp/SB06200

others:

6600mah (695 in stock) £4.74
http://cpc.farnell.com/unbranded/pwrp6bkre/power-bank-6-000mah-reviva/dp/SB06206

2000mah (684 in stock) £2.34 (2quid!)
http://cpc.farnell.com/unbranded/pwrp2bkre/power-bank-2-000mah-reviva/dp/SB06221
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22 Likes
Who else is thinking Pokemon Go? (_;)
13 Likes
£2.50 Handling Charge for anything under £5 (exl VAT).

Ends up as £8.94.

Add one of these 10p items to get rid of it;

http://cpc.farnell.com/pro-power/m12grey1/m12-cable-gland-grey/dp/CB0862161

£6.06 total.

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Cheers. Ordered one.


Edited By: Darkeru on Jul 14, 2016 20:24: Added info.
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Hi all,

With order volumes like we get from HUKD we do unfortunately have stock run out quicker than the site reflects. We have explained in the past but it an easy way to explain it is this - there is one code left, 50 of you order it - we assign it to the fist order that hits our system and the rest unfortunately get a cancellation email. We are sorry about it, we work hard to try and stop it - but it does happen.

Using this code as an example (before someone says "but i ordered with x left") - we sold something like 850 of these in a morning. We have rules in place on high volume orders, new accounts, fraud holds based on some triggers etc. We basically have an element of manual work to clear orders, we do not allocate stock from the web to these orders until we pass these rules - what that means is, you may see 100 left in stock but we may have 120 orders "received" and progressing through. This is not normally an issue, except when we get end of line items being hit with demand.... like happens here.

So, we are sorry, we do our best to be as accurate as possible with stock but it's more likely to happen with HUKD hot products than a typical sale.

Hope that clarifies for everyone - especially those who have been disappointed with this one.
7 Likes
just think, moar pokemon

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13 Likes #1
£2.50 Handling Charge for anything under £5 (exl VAT).

Ends up as £8.94.

Add one of these 10p items to get rid of it;

http://cpc.farnell.com/pro-power/m12grey1/m12-cable-gland-grey/dp/CB0862161

£6.06 total.

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Cheers. Ordered one.


Edited By: Darkeru on Jul 14, 2016 20:24: Added info.
1 Like #2
Darkeru
£2.50 Handling Charge for anything under £5 (exl VAT).
Ends up as £8.94.
Add one of these 10p items to get rid of it;http://cpc.farnell.com/pro-power/m12grey1/m12-cable-gland-grey/dp/CB0862161

good point. I already had other items when I bought mine :)
#3
Nice find, ordered :)
#4
Thanks I have been looking for a power bank this one is probably a lot bigger and heavier than what I need but should do the job nicely just hope the 2.1 can fast charge my s7 edge thanks and thanks for the 10p plug thing used it
7 Likes #5
just think, moar pokemon
1 Like #6
lol thought about that my car charger socket is rubbish nothing stays in it I spend loads of time in traffic travelling under the 20kmh limit so phone sat on passenger seat hatching eggs and battery draining fast
#7
Hi, how heavy is this one please? Got a 22400 one which is great but could do with a bit smaller one for everyday use. Thanks
#9
17 hours to charge, that's a long time
22 Likes #10
Who else is thinking Pokemon Go? (_;)
#11
ive gone for one, again based on my moto " cant go wrong for that price "
1 Like #12
tezray
Thanks I have been looking for a power bank this one is probably a lot bigger and heavier than what I need but should do the job nicely just hope the 2.1 can fast charge my s7 edge thanks and thanks for the 10p plug thing used it

Nah, you need something with "quick charge 2.0", check Amazon
#13
srw985
tezray
Thanks I have been looking for a power bank this one is probably a lot bigger and heavier than what I need but should do the job nicely just hope the 2.1 can fast charge my s7 edge thanks and thanks for the 10p plug thing used it

Nah, you need something with "quick charge 2.0", check Amazon


​ah well hopefully it will be powerful enough to at least keep the charge the same or slowly charge it on 2.1amp
#14
Johnny Bravo
Hi, how heavy is this one please? Got a 22400 one which is great but could do with a bit smaller one for everyday use. Thanks


340 grams
#15
Johnny Bravo
Hi, how heavy is this one please? Got a 22400 one which is great but could do with a bit smaller one for everyday use. Thanks


​kitchen scales say it's 287g. which is about double what my phone weighs.
1 Like #16
FantasyDeals
Who else is thinking Pokemon Go? (_;)


​definitely me <3
#17


​yep that's it or very very similar at least. wow 40 quid Amazon!?
#18
Magister
Johnny Bravo
Hi, how heavy is this one please? Got a 22400 one which is great but could do with a bit smaller one for everyday use. Thanks
340 grams
Thanks :)
1 Like #19
Darkeru
£2.50 Handling Charge for anything under £5 (exl VAT).
Ends up as £8.94.
Add one of these 10p items to get rid of it;http://cpc.farnell.com/pro-power/m12grey1/m12-cable-gland-grey/dp/CB0862161
£6.06 total.
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Cheers. Ordered one.

Or theres this item for 5p for the penny pinchers :)

http://cpc.farnell.com/multicomp/cp-aa15-3-ca/cap-blue-for-cpbt-aa15/dp/SW03665
#20
Great price! But Hmm my phone has a type c port. What would I need to make this work with it?
#21
Bought a Velleman circuit board holder from CPC for 6.34 and they are quite hard to get hold of without paying expensive p&P. eBay cheapest is 12.05.
#22
FantasyDeals
Who else is thinking Pokemon Go? (_;)
Well I wasn't , but now you've made me!
#23
The brand has some recent stinking reviews for various capacities on Amazon but, hey ho, for this price I'll give it a punt. Can always return it.
2 Likes #24
ScampiLamp
Great price! But Hmm my phone has a type c port. What would I need to make this work with it?
A cable with USB at one end and USB-C at the other. I'm pretty sure you've got one already . . .
1 Like #25
ScampiLamp
Great price! But Hmm my phone has a type c port. What would I need to make this work with it?

this may work for you:
http://cpc.farnell.com/pro-signal/psg91198/lead-usb2-0-a-male-type-c-1m-black/dp/CS28708
#26
Many thanks, thats brilliant. The only USB c cable I have is the c to c cable that came with my phone so will definitely need to get one.
#27
ScampiLamp
Many thanks, thats brilliant. The only USB c cable I have is the c to c cable that came with my phone so will definitely need to get one.

this might be more handy than another cable,
http://cpc.farnell.com/pro-signal/psg91228/adapter-usb-type-c-male-micro/dp/CS29238
2 Likes #28
Magister
The brand has some recent stinking reviews for various capacities on Amazon but, hey ho, for this price I'll give it a punt. Can always return it.

I suspect they're made with cheap mass-produced Li-ion cells from China. These are always hit and miss in terms of quality. You could get lucky, you might not. They might last a couple of years, they might last a week. If you fancy a gamble these are maybe worth a punt. For me though I'd rather pay a bit more for some proven reliability.
#29
Is this for Pokemon go?
#30
BigAde
Magister
The brand has some recent stinking reviews for various capacities on Amazon but, hey ho, for this price I'll give it a punt. Can always return it.
I suspect they're made with cheap mass-produced Li-ion cells from China. These are always hit and miss in terms of quality. You could get lucky, you might not. They might last a couple of years, they might last a week. If you fancy a gamble these are maybe worth a punt. For me though I'd rather pay a bit more for some proven reliability.

Probably right but how much is a bit more I didnt want to spend 20 to 40 pound for something that will sit in my bag to not be used very often and when i looked so many different makes and varied prices what is a good one I have seen Anker seem to be raved about but they are very expensive
#31
Thanks ordered two, gonna need the battery as Pokemon Go drinks way too much juice.
2 Likes #32
Or this one for 6p, and total £6.01.

http://cpc.farnell.com/te-connectivity-amp/1586000-2/plug-housing-free-hanging-2-way/dp/CN17751

Darkeru
£2.50 Handling Charge for anything under £5 (exl VAT).
Ends up as £8.94.
Add one of these 10p items to get rid of it;http://cpc.farnell.com/pro-power/m12grey1/m12-cable-gland-grey/dp/CB0862161
£6.06 total.
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Cheers. Ordered one.
#33
tezray
BigAde
Magister
The brand has some recent stinking reviews for various capacities on Amazon but, hey ho, for this price I'll give it a punt. Can always return it.
I suspect they're made with cheap mass-produced Li-ion cells from China. These are always hit and miss in terms of quality. You could get lucky, you might not. They might last a couple of years, they might last a week. If you fancy a gamble these are maybe worth a punt. For me though I'd rather pay a bit more for some proven reliability.

Probably right but how much is a bit more I didnt want to spend 20 to 40 pound for something that will sit in my bag to not be used very often and when i looked so many different makes and varied prices what is a good one I have seen Anker seem to be raved about but they are very expensive


While I do believe in paying more for better quality, I think I'll order this. I've ordered quite a few Anker items, some batteries, some not and they are decent for the price but I've had issues with 1 of their batteries and my email went unanswered. The battery on my Anker speaker is faulty (quite common looking at reviews). My point is that paying more doesn't guarantee a trouble free experience, just reduces the likelihood of problems. One power bank I do recommend when it's on offer is the VINSIC 20,000mAh model. Very impressed with it.
#34
Nice one! Heat added and ordered. Thanks for the find op!
#35
tezray
srw985
tezray
Thanks I have been looking for a power bank this one is probably a lot bigger and heavier than what I need but should do the job nicely just hope the 2.1 can fast charge my s7 edge thanks and thanks for the 10p plug thing used it
Nah, you need something with "quick charge 2.0", check Amazon
​ah well hopefully it will be powerful enough to at least keep the charge the same or slowly charge it on 2.1amp

2.1 amp should be plenty, will still charge the phone fairly fast unless you're doing something very intensive.
#37
Ordered, thanks op :)
#38
Thanks OP, just ordered and bought the random 6p item to get total over £5.00 for free postage.
Paid £15 for a 10000 mAH in the sale for one the other day from Tesco. Thought I'd share that with you guys.
#39
I bought this of Ebay and its been really good although now a little dearer

Portable Power Bank 50000mah External Battery Charger For Mobile Phone iPad PDA
ITEM PRICE:
£10.59 although a little dearer now

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/50000mAh-Two-USB-Portable-External-Power-Bank-Battery-Charger-For-Mobile-Phone-/201486062149?hash=item2ee9815245


Edited By: digit1guy on Jul 15, 2016 07:43
#40
Bought, £6 delivered. Cheers voted hot

Totally don't need!

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