20000mAh External Battery with fast charging £26.99 Sold by Doosl Direct and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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20000mAh External Battery with fast charging £26.99 Sold by Doosl Direct and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Found 15th Jun
I have one of these and it just slightly went down in price. Great reviews on Amazon.
My phone have 4650mAh battery so needed something bigger to get few charges on the go.
It have two 2.4A fast charge USB ports + one Type-C and display which shows you precisely how much battery is left. My old battery doesn't hold much charge despite showing almost full (3 out of 4 led lights are on). This is much better solution.
Of course Amazon and next delivery is a bonus

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I got 2 of the Aukey 20000mah battery charger for £19.99 each with free prime delivery from amazon a few months ago. I took them both on a 4 day trip to London to charge my iPhone 6 and my daughters Samsung galaxy a5 phone while on the day trip and on coaches and for using google maps. I only ended up using one of them and used it every day on the coach for both of us and it fully charged my phone approx 4 times and also my daughters 4 times (plus I also used it on the night to charge my phone as the plug socket was too far from my bed) and it still didn't run out of charge so made it bk home without even having to recharge the power bank.
I don't know how this one in the Post compares but mine was cheaper. Has 2 USB ports and a torch built in and Traffic light display to show amount of charge left in the battery pack. I very much reccommend buying a power bank for trips away. As I'm very satisfied with mine and mine was and still is £19.99I didn't vote hot I'm afraid

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LeahsMintytoutou

I got 2 of the Aukey 20000mah battery charger for £19.99 each with free … I got 2 of the Aukey 20000mah battery charger for £19.99 each with free prime delivery from amazon a few months ago. I took them both on a 4 day trip to London to charge my iPhone 6 and my daughters Samsung galaxy a5 phone while on the day trip and on coaches and for using google maps. I only ended up using one of them and used it every day on the coach for both of us and it fully charged my phone approx 4 times and also my daughters 4 times (plus I also used it on the night to charge my phone as the plug socket was too far from my bed) and it still didn't run out of charge so made it bk home without even having to recharge the power bank.I don't know how this one in the Post compares but mine was cheaper. Has 2 USB ports and a torch built in and Traffic light display to show amount of charge left in the battery pack. I very much reccommend buying a power bank for trips away. As I'm very satisfied with mine and mine was and still is £19.99I didn't vote hot I'm afraid


I agree that you can get cheaper batteries. I found Anker stuff just average. Headphones are overpriced and looking at performance not good. Maybe it depends what stuff you get from them.

lucyferror7 m ago

I agree that you can get cheaper batteries. I found Anker stuff just …I agree that you can get cheaper batteries. I found Anker stuff just average. Headphones are overpriced and looking at performance not good. Maybe it depends what stuff you get from them.


It was Aukey not Anker
here a link to it.. has excellent reviews
Aukey power bank link
Edited by: "LeahsMintytoutou" 15th Jun

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LeahsMintytoutou

It was Aukey not Anker :Dhere a link to it.. has excellent reviewsAukey … It was Aukey not Anker :Dhere a link to it.. has excellent reviewsAukey power bank link


I apologise on behalf of my autocorrect
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