Anker Astro E5 15000mAh Portable Ultra-high-density External Battery Charger £27.99 Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Anker Astro E5 15000mAh Portable Ultra-high-density External Battery Charger £27.99 Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 12th Sep 2013
I've got one of these coming in the post and have just been sent a code for £2 off (which I think is for anyone) meaning that it will be £27.99 reduced from £29.99.

My understanding is that you charge this baby up, then when you are out and about and lose charge you just plug your device in (from the advert iPhone 5 (Lightning adapter not included), 4S, 4, iPad 4, 3, 2, Mini, iPods; Samsung Galaxy S4, S3, S2, Note 2; Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, Note 8, Tab 2; HTC One, EVO, Thunderbolt, Incredible, Droid DNA; Motorola ATRIX, Droid; Google Nexus 4, Nexus 7, Nexus 10; LG Optimus [3 mobile phone connectors]) and it will deliver several charges to your device.

Code is ANKERE45, let me know if it works!

The post/link is incorrect.

The 15000mAh E5 is £37.99: amazon.co.uk/Ank…+e5

The 13000mAh E4, which is linked in this deal, is £29.99.

You may get the discount from the code given by the OP.
- nosamluap

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There are far cheaper ones out there. An energiser on is £5 right now in Asda. Or there is a solar powered one that I got from Maplin. I paid around £12 for it.
Here is a different model from mine, but same idea... maplin.co.uk/fre…195

the cheaper ones are rubbish. I've spend god knows how much money on attempting to keep my phone charged whilst on holiday (with no access to a power source, eg camping/festivals/etc) and everything else, including freeloader solar chargers have been next to useless.

i got the easyacc 15000 mah battery pack for a few quid more at the start of the summer, and it is enough to charge my phone more than 5 times from empty, or at least 3 charges and a full ipad charge. more than enough power to get me through a long weekend camping, so definitely worth the extra expense...

oh, and...

Boltz101

Lightning adapter not included)



it has normal USB sockets, so you just need your normal usb>whatever cable you use to charge your phone/idevice/etc

Edited by: "wanye" 12th Sep 2013

Seems a great price for 15000mah

Great price - I recently paid £29 for the 13000mah E4 version which I thought was good at the time. Very hot.

Hang on - the link you've pasted *is* for the 13000mah E4 version. Which is £29.99.

The 15000mah E5 version is £37.99: amazon.co.uk/Ank…+e5

Am I missing something? There's no way to get the 15000mah E5 for <£30...???

i've got the 8400mAh version,i was willing to pay a bit more than cheaper options as from what i've read online ,anker seems to be a solid reliable make

It appears to be only 13000mah.

wanye

the cheaper ones are rubbish.



What all of them? You've tested everyone?

What about these?

120000 mah for £15 ish


amazon.co.uk/gp/…IK/

I've got 4, no problems at all.

Expired, no more 15,000 mah available.

iancwatkinson

Expired, no more 15,000 mah available.



The 15,000mAh is still available: amazon.co.uk/Ank…000

it was *never* available via this deal for £29.99!

You need to change the description in the heading as it is clearly describing the wrong item for £29.99

iant67

Here is a different model from mine, but same idea... … Here is a different model from mine, but same idea... http://www.maplin.co.uk/freeloader-pico--lightweight-solar-charger-354195


That only has a 800 mAh battery, less than 1/15th the capacity of this one and not enough to charge most phones even once.

Thanks for posting OP, saved me £2.

Anker make high quality gear and as someone else said, the cheap ones are rubbish and usually don't provide the stated capacity. Hot from me.
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