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Anker PowerCore 10000 PD, 10000mAh Portable Charger USB-C Power Delivery (18W) £26.39 Sold by AnkerDirect and FBA

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Posted 7th Mar 2019

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First time discount on this new Anker powercharger. 10000mAH with 18W allowing you to power USB C devices at full speed, such as the the iPad Pro, iPhone X, etc.

Price is automatically reduced, so no need for code or voucher

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  • The Anker Advantage: Join the 30 million+ powered by our leading technology.
  • Power, Delivered: Charge your USB-C and recent Apple mobile devices at high-speed with max 18W Power Delivery charging.
  • Hours of Power: Packs enough power to charge iPad Pro nearly once, or almost any flagship smartphone over 2 times.
  • Double Duty: Dual output ports allow simultaneous charging of your devices-without sacrificing charging speed.
  • What You Get: PowerCore 10000 PD portable charger, USB-C to USB-C cable (Micro USB or Lightning cables not included), welcome guide, our worry-free 18-month warranty, and friendly customer service.


The Portable 18W Power Delivery Charger

From Anker, America's Leading Charging Brand

Faster and safer charging with our advanced technology 30 million+ happy users and counting

Two Charging Technologies

Power up USB-C mobile devices at full speed with the 18W Power Delivery port, or juice up via 10W USB-A with Anker's signature charging technology, PowerIQ.

High Capacity

Holds enough power to provide 2.5 charges for Samsung Galaxy S9, over 2 charges for Google Pixel 3, or nearly one full charge for iPad Pro.

Leading Safety

Anker's MultiProtect safety system combines with reliable and long-lasting battery cells-the same cells used by leading electric automakers.

Trickle-Charging Mode

Other portable chargers may fail to detect and deliver the tiny power requirements of small devices and wearables. PowerCore has Trickle-Charging Mode to ensure a fast and safe charge for every device, no matter the size.

Power Delivery 18W Supporting Devices:

- iPhone XS, XS Max, XR, X, 8 Plus, 8

- iPad Pro 2018

- Galaxy Note 8

- Galaxy S8/S8+/S9

- Google Pixel

- Nexus 6P

Specs:

Recharging Time: 3.5 hours (with 18W USB PD charger & USB-C to C cable)

USB-C Input (PD): DC 5V=3A, 9V=2A, 15V=1.2A

USB-C Output (PD): DC 5V=3A, 9V=2A, 15V=1.2A

USB Output : DC 5V=2A Total Power Output: 28W

Note

- Will charge Nintendo Switch but does not support "Charge-and-Play" in TV mode.

- Incompatible with HTC 10, HP Spectre, Dell XPS series laptop, Dell Venue series laptop, Asus series laptops / tablets, as well as Lenovo ThinkPad 470s and ThinkPad X1 tablets. Huawei Matebooks, Mi books. Some USB-C devices which require an input over 18W may not be compatible.

- Use Power Delivery Charger (not included) for quick recharge in 3.5 hours or recharge time will be 9 hours.
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I now have enough Powerbanks to set up my own energy company!
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Yes I have been waiting for this to drop
USB C input and 18W USB C PD charger!
I now have enough Powerbanks to set up my own energy company!
Will this fast charge (or supercharge rather) my Huawei P20 Pro?
Edited by: "j12dat" 7th Mar 2019
Will it work with the switch?
wizardamas07/03/2019 18:25

Will it work with the switch?



"The sweet spot seems to be 5v 3.0 amps which this battery pack is and it can charge my Switch while playing and charge it quickly 20% in about 10-15 minutes." ... "I confirmed that the charger that ships OEM for Google Pixel phones is an 18W USB Type-C PD charger... which should be capable of providing requisite power to charge a depleted Switch with both joycons while running a game."

I was thinking of getting one for my Switch and found the above on Reddit. By the looks of it there shouldn't be an issue with the PD on this power bank.
j12dat1 h, 29 m ago

Will this fast charge (or supercharge rather) my Huawei P20 Pro?


Fast charge only the Huawei 3 pin will supercharge
Does anyone know what cells are in this? The capacity seems too high for two 18650, however the dimensions also seem wrong for 3 or 4 18650.
omgpleasespamme08/03/2019 00:21

Does anyone know what cells are in this? The capacity seems too high for …Does anyone know what cells are in this? The capacity seems too high for two 18650, however the dimensions also seem wrong for 3 or 4 18650.


This is taken from their website; so looks to be 18650s or similar. Possibly they have some custom ones that are a bit longer, say? (It's listed as 11.5cm, so a couple of cm shorter than twice an 18650, which wouldn't be entirely justfied by the electronics.)

Generally Anker seems to be pretty honest with their figures.
omgpleasespamme08/03/2019 00:21

Does anyone know what cells are in this? The capacity seems too high for …Does anyone know what cells are in this? The capacity seems too high for two 18650, however the dimensions also seem wrong for 3 or 4 18650.


Mine arrived today and it's 5000 mAh capacity. @msmyth please update the title of your deal as people may be mislead. It's strange because the description on Amazon itself states 10,000 mAh.
Edited by: "Liam2485" 11th Mar 2019
Liam248511/03/2019 22:45

Mine arrived today and it's 5000 mAh capacity. @msmyth please update the …Mine arrived today and it's 5000 mAh capacity. @msmyth please update the title of your deal as people may be mislead. It's strange because the description on Amazon itself states 10,000 mAh.



I've since found out the answer as I have one and it's written on the bottom.
It's two 5000mAh cells at 3.6 volts each. Capacity is stated at 5000mAh @ 7.26v for a total of 36.3 watt hours.
_g_11/03/2019 15:17

This is taken from their website; so looks to be 18650s or similar. …This is taken from their website; so looks to be 18650s or similar. Possibly they have some custom ones that are a bit longer, say? (It's listed as 11.5cm, so a couple of cm shorter than twice an 18650, which wouldn't be entirely justfied by the electronics.)[Image] Generally Anker seems to be pretty honest with their figures.


Thanks for this reply. I got one and it states two cells so I guess two really large 18650. I had no idea you could get them at 5000mAh capacity. Feels like more than 50% greater capacity per cell has been acheived in no time.
omgpleasespamme12/03/2019 00:35

I've since found out the answer as I have one and it's written on the …I've since found out the answer as I have one and it's written on the bottom.It's two 5000mAh cells at 3.6 volts each. Capacity is stated at 5000mAh @ 7.26v for a total of 36.3 watt hours.


Ah yes, you are right . How are you charging the powerbank? Mine is taking forever to charge and I have made sure my charger is the correct ampage.
omgpleasespamme12 h, 0 m ago

Thanks for this reply. I got one and it states two cells so I guess two …Thanks for this reply. I got one and it states two cells so I guess two really large 18650. I had no idea you could get them at 5000mAh capacity. Feels like more than 50% greater capacity per cell has been acheived in no time.



A few years ago I believe got some genuine 4000mah 18650 cells. Not cheap at all - not sure it's moved on enough to get a 25% increase in energy density in that form factor.
Does anyone know if this would be suitable for Raspberry Pi 2 B with a camera and WiFi Dongle? I need portable power for it. Thanks
Be warned though - if you need to send it back, Amazon will offer you a postage label, a danger label and refund your postage once you sort it yourself - I could find no courier that would accept it unless I lied.
Does anyone know if this allows you to charge the Anker and charge another device at the same t
How many days will this keep charge without losing power when unused?
Looking to use it with Samsung Galaxy Note 9.
Can you recommend a better one if this is not suitable.
Thanks
Will this fast charge a s9?
Liam248512th Mar

Ah yes, you are right . How are you charging the powerbank? Mine is …Ah yes, you are right . How are you charging the powerbank? Mine is taking forever to charge and I have made sure my charger is the correct ampage.



I have a couple Anker PowerPort chargers, I think one 60w and the other 40w, one for home and one for work. I tend to put it onto charge either overnight or for a few hours at work. As I don't really pay attention to how long I charge it for I can't really tell if it takes any longer than my older 10,000 mAh Anker PowerCores. It's always done when I come to unplug and use it.
Edited by: "omgpleasespamme" 18th Mar 2019
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