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Philips Power2Go Rechargable Power Pack £10.00 @ Asda

£10.00 @ George (Asda George)
ASDA Liviingston have some of the Philips Power2Go packs for £10. I managed to get the SCE4430 which is £29.34 from ASDA Direct. They also had the SCE4420 @ £10. Probably pot luck in other store… Read More
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ASDA Liviingston have some of the Philips Power2Go packs for £10. I managed to get the SCE4430 which is £29.34 from ASDA Direct. They also had the SCE4420 @ £10.

Probably pot luck in other stores, but worth having a look just in case to see if available in your local ASDA.

Specification

Provides up to 30 hours of portable power

This power solution provides an easy way to avoid ever running out of power with any of your portable devices on the go. When fully charged, this power solution is able to provide up to 30 hours of power without the need of a power outlet.

Connector tips are included for most brands

Due to the interchangeable connector tips that are included, this device is fully compatible with most portable devices from a very wide range of brands. Simply choose the connector tip to match your portable device.

Philips link: http://www.consumer.philips.com/consumer/en/gb/consumer/cc/_productid_SCE4430_12_GB_CONSUMER/Power2Go+SCE4430-12
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#1
hi nice find mate, Just wondering what section of the store was this in ?
WoopSi ??
#2
Found it the same area as the scart & hdmi cables
#3
Had loads in stevenage asda shelf price was £10 but only £5 at the till bargain
#4
Just to point out its 2000mah, which isnt alot really (one AA rechargeable).
#5
NitrousUK
Just to point out its 2000mah, which isnt alot really (one AA rechargeable).


just to expand on the quote above and to verge on splitting hairs:

I understand that this device supplies about 5volts at 2000mAh.
That would be the equivalent of at least four AA rechargeables, and more likely five (based on one AA rechargeable being capable of maintaining 1.5volts, although most rechargeables hover around 1.2volts). Allowing for any control circuitry losses, it would probably be the eqivalent of six rechargeables.
If I was looking to throw summat together to be the equivalaent of this unit, I would use six rechargeables.

Think it is a good deal for the convenience of being able to charge a device when away from the usual charging source, be that mains / USB / car 12v auxilliary socket / etc.
#6
Flipd
just to expand on the quote above and to verge on splitting hairs:

I understand that this device supplies about 5volts at 2000mAh.
That would be the equivalent of at least four AA rechargeables, and more likely five (based on one AA rechargeable being capable of maintaining 1.5volts, although most rechargeables hover around 1.2volts). Allowing for any control circuitry losses, it would probably be the eqivalent of six rechargeables.
If I was looking to throw summat together to be the equivalaent of this unit, I would use six rechargeables.

Think it is a good deal for the convenience of being able to charge a device when away from the usual charging source, be that mains / USB / car 12v auxilliary socket / etc.


Good point! I didnt think to take the volts into account.

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