Anker Astro E1 5200maH Power Bank £7.99 inc postage @ Amazon
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Anker Astro E1 5200maH Power Bank £7.99 inc postage @ Amazon

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Seller has bad reviews. Better stick with Amazon £11.99

russellnaguicnic

Seller has bad reviews. Better stick with Amazon £11.99



Agreed. 50% is pretty poor. Shame really, as these are brilliant little chargers.

im not knocking this as I have the anker powercore+ 26800 and it's really good, but this would just about charge my s7 edge 1 and a half times! save your money and buy the bigger one, you wont regret it!

bouncy99

im not knocking this as I have the anker powercore+ 26800 and it's really … im not knocking this as I have the anker powercore+ 26800 and it's really good, but this would just about charge my s7 edge 1 and a half times! save your money and buy the bigger one, you wont regret it!


and thats more than enough for most people
if you are staying away for days etc then fine but why would you need your phone charged up to 100% twice in one day?!

Not Amazon , a rubbish seller, cold

brilly

and thats more than enough for most peopleif you are staying away for … and thats more than enough for most peopleif you are staying away for days etc then fine but why would you need your phone charged up to 100% twice in one day?!



​so that you don't have to remember to charge up the device after every use. Having extra capacity means you can leave it in your bag and know you have a few days of use before having to charge up again.

japes

​so that you don't have to remember to charge up the device after every u … ​so that you don't have to remember to charge up the device after every use. Having extra capacity means you can leave it in your bag and know you have a few days of use before having to charge up again.


well ofc but where does it end?
if you use it ...charge it... simple

what if its bigger and you use it and then use it again and forget? and you are carrying that extra weight all the time.. the horror!

bouncy99

im not knocking this as I have the anker powercore+ 26800 and it's really … im not knocking this as I have the anker powercore+ 26800 and it's really good, but this would just about charge my s7 edge 1 and a half times! save your money and buy the bigger one, you wont regret it!



​Sometimes a pocket size one is all that is required



russellnaguicnic

Seller has bad reviews. Better stick with Amazon £11.99

russellnaguicnic

Seller has bad reviews. Better stick with Amazon £11.99


What a load of rubbish, you need to use common sense, firstly, there is just a lone bad comment, (so your use of plural for review(s) is bad maths) secondly, there are just two comments in total, one says excellent, one says bad (so not significant).
http://i65.tinypic.com/25hebfr.jpg

splender

What a load of rubbish, you need to use common sense, firstly, there is … What a load of rubbish, you need to use common sense, firstly, there is just a lone bad comment, (so your use of plural for review(s) is bad maths) secondly, there are just two comments in total, one says excellent, one says bad (so not significant).



If you're happy to run then risk then so be it, whether it's 2 reviews or 2000. It's still 50%. For the sake of a couple of quid, I'd prefer to buy with protection from Amazon. Just saying. Thanks for questioning the grammar and maths though - very helpful.

stourbridgebaggie

If you're happy to run then risk then so be it, whether it's 2 reviews or … If you're happy to run then risk then so be it, whether it's 2 reviews or 2000. It's still 50%. For the sake of a couple of quid, I'd prefer to buy with protection from Amazon. Just saying. Thanks for questioning the grammar and maths though - very helpful.


wow... only one negative feedback - thats really low! thanks!

Way over price cheaper ones from bandgood

brilly

and thats more than enough for most peopleif you are staying away for … and thats more than enough for most peopleif you are staying away for days etc then fine but why would you need your phone charged up to 100% twice in one day?!



14 million people in the UK plan to go to a festival this year..... so, about 1/4 of the living population.

robertoegg

14 million people in the UK plan to go to a festival this year..... so, … 14 million people in the UK plan to go to a festival this year..... so, about 1/4 of the living population.


planning isnt going
festivals dont have to be overnight/days
people may have better things to do when at one

so again anyway, why would someone need their phone charged to 100% twice in one day?

brilly

planning isnt goingfestivals dont have to be overnight/dayspeople may … planning isnt goingfestivals dont have to be overnight/dayspeople may have better things to do when at oneso again anyway, why would someone need their phone charged to 100% twice in one day?



look mate, no need to get arsey when presented with a valid reason. It's a **** deals site on the internet. There's lots of things in the world I'm sure you don't know the reason for. I'm not about to start counter arguing about the finer points of smart-phone usage at festivals by young people. Do yourself a favour and try to be a better person.

robertoegg

look mate, no need to get arsey when presented with a valid reason. It's … look mate, no need to get arsey when presented with a valid reason. It's a **** deals site on the internet. There's lots of things in the world I'm sure you don't know the reason for. I'm not about to start counter arguing about the finer points of smart-phone usage at festivals by young people. Do yourself a favour and try to be a better person.


i fail to see how its a valid reason
i already said if staying away for days then bigger may be better
someone going to a festival for 1 day will use all their battery 2-3 times? doing what? playing music?
ofc if you cant think of a reason then you can just say its not your job to think eh
there may well be reasons but until you present one i am unconvinced (but am prepared to be dazzled)
Edited by: "brilly" 26th Oct 2016
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