20,000 mAH Everyday Basics Portable Dual Charger - RRP £59.99 @ MyMemory - £23.99
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20,000 mAH Everyday Basics Portable Dual Charger - RRP £59.99 @ MyMemory - £23.99

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Found 4th Jan 2013
First deal, so go easy.

Looks like a good deal for a huge 20,000 mAH dual charger. This should fully charge an iPhone 9 times.


Details

It is high capacity,high stability and convenient.If you want to charge, simply plug the micro-USB into your device and plug the USB into the Power Pack. It can charge two devices at the same time.It can give all kinds of mobile phones to digital type electric charge,covering more than 90% of digital products: Blackberry/Samsung/HTC/iPhone4/iPhone4s/iPad/Prada/Motolora and more.But it is not applicable for Samsung I9008(Galaxy S), Samsung Galaxy Tab P1000, iPod series iTouch and Nokia small round head.

Specification

- Battery Type: Lithium-iom Cell
- Input Voltage: DC 5v +/- 0.05
- Capacity?20000 mAh/23Wh
- Output Voltage: DC 5V +/- 0.05
- Output Current: 1000-2100 mA
- Input charging time: 5-9 hours
- Colors: Black
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Why cold? Seems like a good deal. Not sure how true its 20000 mah though.
TheShadowWalker

Why cold? Seems like a good deal. Not sure how true its 20000 mah though.


It's probably because when it was first posted the other day it was only £18.99
hotukdeals.com/dea…683
Edited by: "padair" 4th Jan 2013
padair

TheShadowWalker Why cold? Seems like a good deal. Not sure how true its … TheShadowWalker Why cold? Seems like a good deal. Not sure how true its 20000 mah though.It's probably because when it was first posted the other day it was only £18.99http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/memory-20-000mah-portable-charger-18-99-1429683Edited By: padair on Jan 04, 2013 19:03


nice come back.
TheShadowWalker

Why cold? Seems like a good deal. Not sure how true its 20000 mah though.



I think there's a number of issues here - but the first one I spotted was that something doesn't tally up mathematically, the nominal voltage of an Li-ion battery is 3.7V which means if this really is 20,000mAh capacity, the battery should be rated at around 74Whr not 23... If it is 23Whr, then it has more like 6200mAh which is under a third what it's rated - unless my maths is off! For that same reason there's no way this will charge an iPhone 9 times over before conking out!

There's no apparent reason why it can't charge a Galaxy S (micro-USB) or an iPod Touch (regular dock connector) but the advert says it can't?

It's also pretty ugly and cheap looking plus they can't spell 'lithium-ion' properly!

I went for one of the branded Anker batteries and couldn't be happier with spending that bit extra money and getting higher-quality.


Edited by: "plewis00" 4th Jan 2013
Nice work there Professor! you've convinced me

you can also get this quite a bit cheaper on ebay with free postage, just 13.99

ebay.co.uk/itm…43d

or this one which looks horrid but seems to have the same specs from HK seller on ebay for under £9 including postage

ebay.co.uk/itm…f6f
Edited by: "yoshi" 8th Aug 2013
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