Amazon Lightening Deal RAVPower 26800mAh Power Bank 3-Port 5.5A iSmart Output £24.50 Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Amazon Lightening Deal RAVPower 26800mAh Power Bank 3-Port 5.5A iSmart Output £24.50 Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon

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not sure about lightning deal - got a link? - but see promotions

Save £10.50 when you purchase 1 or more RAVPower 26800mAh Power Bank 3-Port 5.5A iSmart Output offered by Sunvalleytek-UK. (Terms and conditions apply)

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Items:£34.99
Postage & Packing:£4.75
Total before VAT:£39.74
VAT:£0.00Total:£39.74
Promotion Applied:-£15.25
Gift Certificates:-£24.49
Order Total:£0.00
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Upcoming Deal - Deal starts at 14:35 GMT

Lightning deal price not mentioned

But can still bought for £24.50 until lightning deal starts.
As usual, no shipping to Northern Ireland
Curious I was looking at this yesterday. I notice it doesn't have Qualcomm Quick Charge, is there anything similarly priced that does?
LOL it got more expensive £25.99 and the code doesn't stack.
Edited by: "MSK." 31st Jan
MSK.39 m ago

LOL it got more expensive £25.99 and the code doesn't stack.



best to buy at usual price and apply code for £24.50 price
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best to buy at usual price and apply code for £24.50 price


Yeah, that's what I did in the end thanks. Just amused me no end it went up. Chose no rush delivery, just in case I see a better price in the next few days.
Bought this in Black Friday deals. Could not get it to charge contacted amazon who wanted me to arrange a pay for courier to return. Such a pain to try and return as courier wanted a fourtune as it being a powerpack. Gave up in the end. Also know someone else who bought one and had same problem they contacted company direct who also said the same about courier. Weird that two people have same pro
Edited by: "sunnysmiles" 31st Jan
sunnysmiles15 h, 24 m ago

Bought this in Black Friday deals. Could not get it to charge contacted …Bought this in Black Friday deals. Could not get it to charge contacted amazon who wanted me to arrange a pay for courier to return. Such a pain to try and return as courier wanted a fourtune as it being a powerpack. Gave up in the end. Also know someone else who bought one and had same problem they contacted company direct who also said the same about courier. Weird that two people have same pro


That doesn't sound great after reading many positive reviews.

Just been looking at this:

hotukdeals.com/dea…348

Seems to be similar capacity, but with a solar panel, lighter, more types of port. Biggest downside seems to be I've never heard of the brand. I'm trying to work out why this one was orginally £10 more expensive.
This is a very solid power-bank, and at £24.50 a real bargain. I own one of these alongside 1x 10000mAh, 1x 16750mAh and 2x 20000mAh Ravpower models.

From my own testing (with an accurate analyser) the 20000mAh version is only slightly behind it's 26800mAh brother in terms of true capacity. The real benefit of the 26800mAh model is that it allows two of it's 3 ports to charge concurrently at 2.4A, whereas the 20000mAh model allows one at 2.4A, and the second at max 1A.

Each power-bank below has been fully charged/discharged a minimum of 4-times, with the average capacity listed.33204196-2wSW2.jpg

Edit, before anyone asks the reason why I own so many power-banks. I use three of them for Car and Bike cams (the 20000 and 26800 variants last for ~3-days constant on). The two smaller capacity chargers have been "borrowed" by my kids.
Edited by: "Orville" 5th Feb
Orville5th Feb

This is a very solid power-bank, and at £24.50 a real bargain. I own one …This is a very solid power-bank, and at £24.50 a real bargain. I own one of these alongside 1x 10000mAh, 1x 16750mAh and 2x 20000mAh Ravpower models.From my own testing (with an accurate analyser) the 20000mAh version is only slightly behind it's 26800mAh brother in terms of true capacity. The real benefit of the 26800mAh model is that it allows two of it's 3 ports to charge concurrently at 2.4A, whereas the 20000mAh model allows one at 2.4A, and the second at max 1A.Each power-bank below has been fully charged/discharged a minimum of 4-times, with the average capacity listed.[Image] Edit, before anyone asks the reason why I own so many power-banks. I use three of them for Car and Bike cams (the 20000 and 26800 variants last for ~3-days constant on). The two smaller capacity chargers have been "borrowed" by my kids.


Gave the one I bought as a birthday present last Saturday. Have just had a call informing me it no longer works and has something in it that rattles. It did charge quickly, but it appears it's a POS.
Edited by: "MSK." 17th Feb
Got it back today. Seems the micro USB connector has fallen inside the power bank, that's what's rattling about. Only been used twice.
Send it back for replacement. All five of mine are working fine after many charge/discharge cycles. Perhaps your's got dropped during transport, or the micro-USB charge cable was forced in the wrong way around?
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