Anker PowerCore 10000, One of the Smallest and Lightest 10000mAh External Battery £16 @ Amazon (DOTD) Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Anker PowerCore 10000, One of the Smallest and Lightest 10000mAh External Battery £16 @ Amazon (DOTD) Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 10th Oct
  • Remarkably Compact: One of the smallest and lightest 10000mAh portable charger. Provides almost three-and-a-half iPhone 6s charges or three Galaxy S6 charges.
  • High-Speed Charging: Anker's exclusive PowerIQ and VoltageBoost combine to deliver the fastest possible charge for any device. Qualcomm Quick Charge not supported.
  • Certified Safe: Anker's MultiProtect safety system ensures complete protection for you and your devices.
  • What You Get: Anker PowerCore 10000 portable charger, Micro USB cable, travel pouch, welcome guide, our worry-free 18-month warranty and friendly customer service.

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babuonline14 m ago

Are these safe to carry? Any inputs on fire risks?


Anker is one of the best known and safest brands for these out there. You can’t get much better than this
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Are these safe to carry? Any inputs on fire risks?

babuonline14 m ago

Are these safe to carry? Any inputs on fire risks?


Anker is one of the best known and safest brands for these out there. You can’t get much better than this

The compact size of this is really appealing but the single output is a bit of a deal-breaker for me unfortunately, makes a big difference when travelling. Heated for the price tho...

I have a similar model. It is one the most useful things you can have with you. But does not fast charge my S6. Only regular cable charge

"deliver the fastest possible charge for any device. Qualcomm Quick Charge not supported."


Lol... As I've said a dozen times in these posts, don't waste your money and buy the powercore+. It will fast charge a variety of devices, including nexus,pixel,s6.
And it's reasonable on OnePlus5, not dash, but still good.

Why is this hot ? Only 10k mah for 20£..when are deals here 20k for 16£

rvcshart40 m ago

"deliver the fastest possible charge for any device. Qualcomm Quick Charge …"deliver the fastest possible charge for any device. Qualcomm Quick Charge not supported."Lol... As I've said a dozen times in these posts, don't waste your money and buy the powercore+. It will fast charge a variety of devices, including nexus,pixel,s6.And it's reasonable on OnePlus5, not dash, but still good.


It’s not a ‘waste of money’ - not everyone wants to fast charge, it heats up your battery and reduces lifespan. Can’t say I’ve ever missed not having fast charge really

I bought one of these yesterday- hope it doesn't burn my house down lol

hotukdeals.com/dea…521

Doesn't sound a great deal to me.

I would choose a Xiaomi for less money for 10,000mAh. This one for example has an aluminium housing plus an extra USB type C port, for £12.56 delivered (from China):

gearbest.com/pow…tml

OB12 h, 39 m ago

Doesn't sound a great deal to me.I would choose a Xiaomi for less money …Doesn't sound a great deal to me.I would choose a Xiaomi for less money for 10,000mAh. This one for example has an aluminium housing plus an extra USB type C port, for £12.56 delivered (from China):https://www.gearbest.com/power-banks/pp_492338.html


The main appeal for the Anker product is its a trusted brand (not to say Xiaomi isn't), sold in the UK and by Amazon with its great and simple return policy and 1-day delivery for prime customers or 3+ for non. Taking those factors into consideration its a better buy and buying experience now and in the possible future (after sales if required, where it maybe an issue through Gearbest)

Original Poster

I have different products from Anker for 4 years and never had any problems. They are much better than other so called big brands. Their customer service is top notch if you ever need it.
Edited by: "Baz417" 10th Oct

Baz4172 h, 20 m ago

I have different products from Anker for the 4 years and never had any …I have different products from Anker for the 4 years and never had any problems. They are much better than other so called big brands. Their customer service is top notch if you ever need it.


Well said. And with batteries it's not worth cutting corners, I will gladly pay a little more for a quality product (engineered in the USA for these I think). Anker + Amazon = some of the best customer service out there (if you ever need it). I've only had to criticise one Anker product which was a tempered glass screen protector where the silicone adhesive started to come away after a few months, they refunded me in a few hours. I have Anker power banks from 4 years ago still holding the same charge they did when new.

Heat, I have a number of power packs. And have to say the anker ones seem to stay cooler and generally better built. Big anker fan.

£16 now on Today's Deals now.

still shows 20 here

plewis0010th Oct

It’s not a ‘waste of money’ - not everyone wants to fast charge, it heats u …It’s not a ‘waste of money’ - not everyone wants to fast charge, it heats up your battery and reduces lifespan. Can’t say I’ve ever missed not having fast charge really


False, to a degree.

If you've got a OnePlus for example the 3.1a chargers charge them fairly well without heating up.
Pixel, nexus5x/6 too.

rvcshart2 h, 47 m ago

False, to a degree.If you've got a OnePlus for example the 3.1a chargers …False, to a degree.If you've got a OnePlus for example the 3.1a chargers charge them fairly well without heating up.Pixel, nexus5x/6 too.


It will reduce the lifespan, even if not very obviously and you may consider that a compromise you're willing to accept on a phone with a non-removable battery. I think you'll find if there was no downside, the phone would always fast charge when supplied with the right adapter and there wouldn't be an option to turn it off. I could be wrong, but Lithium battery technology isn't an exact science.
Edited by: "plewis00" 17th Oct
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