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Anker Powercore 13000 mAh compact power bank with PowerIQ and VoltageBoost Technology for £19.99 @ fulfilled by Amazon / Anker
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Anker Powercore 13000 mAh compact power bank with PowerIQ and VoltageBoost Technology for £19.99 @ fulfilled by Amazon / Anker

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Posted 28th Oct

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Fairly decent reduction in price for the Anker Powercore 13000 power bank now only £19.99 delivered. Seems like a good deal to me...

  • Anker Advantage: Join the 10 million+ powered by our leading technology.
  • Upgraded Capacity: The successor to PowerCore 10400-identical compact size but packed with even more power. Charges an iPhone 8 almost 5 times, an iPhone X or Samsung Galaxy S8 3 times, or an iPad Air 2 once.
  • Light and Compact: A super-high 13000 mAh capacity with two high-speed USB ports is all contained in a portable charger smaller than a wallet.
  • High-Speed Charging: PowerIQ and VoltageBoost combine to deliver the fastest possible charge up to 2.4 amps per port or 3 amps overall. Input: 5V / 2A.
  • What You Get: Anker PowerCore 130000 Portable Charger, Micro USB cable, travel pouch, welcome guide, our worry-free 18-month warranty and friendly customer service.

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34 mins to go over 150 degrees, and no comments?

Tell me again HUKD don't get paid for amazon posts..

Anyways, cold from me as this has a higher capacity and is cheaper: (with the £5 voucher)

amazon.co.uk/Pxw…BND
Edited by: "adam_holcombe" 28th Oct
adam_holcombe28/10/2019 16:19

34 mins to go over 150 degrees, and no comments?Tell me again HUKD don't …34 mins to go over 150 degrees, and no comments?Tell me again HUKD don't get paid for amazon posts.. Anyways, cold from me as this has a higher capacity and is cheaper: (with the £5 voucher)https://www.amazon.co.uk/Pxwaxpy-Portable-26800mAh-Capacity-External/dp/B07R4YVBND



Pxwaxpy? I’m trying to work out how to pronounce that!
adam_holcombe28/10/2019 16:19

34 mins to go over 150 degrees, and no comments?Tell me again HUKD don't …34 mins to go over 150 degrees, and no comments?Tell me again HUKD don't get paid for amazon posts.. Anyways, cold from me as this has a higher capacity and is cheaper: (with the £5 voucher)https://www.amazon.co.uk/Pxwaxpy-Portable-26800mAh-Capacity-External/dp/B07R4YVBND


It is just fulfilled by Amazon tbf, it's compact, and Anker is a known brand. It makes sense.
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34 mins to go over 150 degrees, and no comments?

Tell me again HUKD don't get paid for amazon posts..

Anyways, cold from me as this has a higher capacity and is cheaper: (with the £5 voucher)

amazon.co.uk/Pxw…BND
Edited by: "adam_holcombe" 28th Oct
adam_holcombe28/10/2019 16:19

34 mins to go over 150 degrees, and no comments?Tell me again HUKD don't …34 mins to go over 150 degrees, and no comments?Tell me again HUKD don't get paid for amazon posts.. Anyways, cold from me as this has a higher capacity and is cheaper: (with the £5 voucher)https://www.amazon.co.uk/Pxwaxpy-Portable-26800mAh-Capacity-External/dp/B07R4YVBND



Pxwaxpy? I’m trying to work out how to pronounce that!
adam_holcombe28/10/2019 16:19

34 mins to go over 150 degrees, and no comments?Tell me again HUKD don't …34 mins to go over 150 degrees, and no comments?Tell me again HUKD don't get paid for amazon posts.. Anyways, cold from me as this has a higher capacity and is cheaper: (with the £5 voucher)https://www.amazon.co.uk/Pxwaxpy-Portable-26800mAh-Capacity-External/dp/B07R4YVBND


It is just fulfilled by Amazon tbf, it's compact, and Anker is a known brand. It makes sense.
It won't fast charge Samsung's though as no QC charging unless someone knows otherwise?
really no excuse not to have QC3 and PD in 2019 for £20. didn't vote though.
This was a cracking deal at £11.99 once you added the £5 voucher.

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Edited by: "SOUTHWALES" 28th Oct
If it's Anker it'll probably just last past the guarantee date.
Edited by: "Mellotron" 29th Oct
Mellotron29/10/2019 13:46

It it's Anker it'll probably just last past the guarantee date.


What's the issue with Anker. Have 3 powerbanks and all are 3+ years old and still going like day 1. Dame for chargers and cables.
jrw29/10/2019 13:49

What's the issue with Anker. Have 3 powerbanks and all are 3+ years old …What's the issue with Anker. Have 3 powerbanks and all are 3+ years old and still going like day 1. Dame for chargers and cables.


Got the E1 5200mah charger. Bought in March 2017. Started see issues in the last couple of months. Before it would charge up my Samsung s8 1.5x now it only does about 50%.
I think the battery indicator/chip is faulty or one of the batts is dead. Tried the reset and still nothing.
Only light to moderate usage.
Would think twice before I buy another now.
adam_holcombe28/10/2019 16:19

34 mins to go over 150 degrees, and no comments?Tell me again HUKD don't …34 mins to go over 150 degrees, and no comments?Tell me again HUKD don't get paid for amazon posts.. Anyways, cold from me as this has a higher capacity and is cheaper: (with the £5 voucher)https://www.amazon.co.uk/Pxwaxpy-Portable-26800mAh-Capacity-External/dp/B07R4YVBND


Bought the Pxwaxpy for £14.50 and double the power/charge, can't beat that. Thanks Adam
Edited by: "klaudiu_vs" 29th Oct
What voltage and ampage does it pump out? You can have all the mah in the world, but it's completely useless if the output isn't strong enough. NM read the description. Looks good for most phones.
Edited by: "mr_johnsie" 29th Oct
watcher45629/10/2019 13:55

Got the E1 5200mah charger. Bought in March 2017. Started see issues in …Got the E1 5200mah charger. Bought in March 2017. Started see issues in the last couple of months. Before it would charge up my Samsung s8 1.5x now it only does about 50%.I think the battery indicator/chip is faulty or one of the batts is dead. Tried the reset and still nothing.Only light to moderate usage. Would think twice before I buy another now.


You have just made me check my orders now from 3 years ago!

38832960-7gMbe.jpg38832960-IY1l1.jpgAll still going strong! Battery packs get fairly heavy use as I used to work away quite a bit and hotels rarely put sockets by beds!
jrw29/10/2019 13:49

What's the issue with Anker. Have 3 powerbanks and all are 3+ years old …What's the issue with Anker. Have 3 powerbanks and all are 3+ years old and still going like day 1. Dame for chargers and cables.


I must be unlucky them. Had an Anker Astro and after 18 months it won't barely hold its charge anymore. I've had an Anker Boost speaker that after a year vibrates like hell. I'm not trusting the battery will last long in that too.
Mellotron29/10/2019 14:12

I must be unlucky them. Had an Anker Astro and after 18 months it won't …I must be unlucky them. Had an Anker Astro and after 18 months it won't barely hold its charge anymore. I've had an Anker Boost speaker that after a year vibrates like hell. I'm not trusting the battery will last long in that too.


Contact them - if its 18 months then its technically still in warranty (2 years for electricals under EU law). support@anker.com. I have never had an issue. One time i bought another car charger and it didn't fast charge my Samsung as the advert was quite misleading as it stated fast charge but not QC(which I know now). They sent me the higher QC version the next day no quibble.
Worth a try.
adam_holcombe28/10/2019 16:19

34 mins to go over 150 degrees, and no comments?Tell me again HUKD don't …34 mins to go over 150 degrees, and no comments?Tell me again HUKD don't get paid for amazon posts.. Anyways, cold from me as this has a higher capacity and is cheaper: (with the £5 voucher)https://www.amazon.co.uk/Pxwaxpy-Portable-26800mAh-Capacity-External/dp/B07R4YVBND


Admin material ... you get my vote
Anker has great customer service, replaced my battery packs on 3 occasions without any difficulty! Heat from me.
jrw29/10/2019 14:15

Contact them - if its 18 months then its technically still in warranty (2 …Contact them - if its 18 months then its technically still in warranty (2 years for electricals under EU law). support@anker.com. I have never had an issue. One time i bought another car charger and it didn't fast charge my Samsung as the advert was quite misleading as it stated fast charge but not QC(which I know now). They sent me the higher QC version the next day no quibble.Worth a try.


It's 24 month old now, but after 18 months it started degrading very quickly. Anker said due to it no longer being in warranty they cannot assist. I was hoping it would have lasted 4-5 years.
Mellotron29/10/2019 13:46

It it's Anker it'll probably just last past the guarantee date.


I've had a 13000mH Anker since Dec 2016. It cost me £25 which was a bargain back then. Its brilliant. Still going strong.
Edited by: "lullable" 29th Oct
For this price you would expect it to at least have a USB-C port and support 18W PD.
adam_holcombe28/10/2019 16:19

34 mins to go over 150 degrees, and no comments?Tell me again HUKD don't …34 mins to go over 150 degrees, and no comments?Tell me again HUKD don't get paid for amazon posts.. Anyways, cold from me as this has a higher capacity and is cheaper: (with the £5 voucher)https://www.amazon.co.uk/Pxwaxpy-Portable-26800mAh-Capacity-External/dp/B07R4YVBND


Are you saying HUKD recieves a CHARGE for this?

That would be an abuse of POWER.

I cannot believe in the CURRENT climate HUKD would do such a thing.

I think I'm all punned out. Let me just check. Ohm, yes, can't think of any more.
Should we not take some of these supposed capacties with a pinch of salt. The capacity is after all related to the battery pack inside. I have a 5000mah which is no less in size than this 26800mah unit. So is meant to be over 5 times as powerful as mine but no bigger in size. I think not.
Edited by: "Bogart" 29th Oct
adam_holcombe28/10/2019 16:19

34 mins to go over 150 degrees, and no comments?Tell me again HUKD don't …34 mins to go over 150 degrees, and no comments?Tell me again HUKD don't get paid for amazon posts.. Anyways, cold from me as this has a higher capacity and is cheaper: (with the £5 voucher)https://www.amazon.co.uk/Pxwaxpy-Portable-26800mAh-Capacity-External/dp/B07R4YVBND



Amazon have their finger in every pie. Just look up for example a power tool comparison website. They give the merits of say 5 to 10 power tools and all the links lead to Amazon. How many websites do Amazon own? Probably as many trees as there are in the Amazon, mind you that is getting less by the day.
Edited by: "Bogart" 29th Oct
I got the 15000 for £23.99 last month so this price is fairly standard. Voted hot anyway.. good piece of kit.
klaudiu_vs29/10/2019 13:57

Bought the Pxwaxpy for £14.50 and double the power/charge, can't beat …Bought the Pxwaxpy for £14.50 and double the power/charge, can't beat that. Thanks Adam


Me too!
Best brand ever
Don't have good experience with Anker. My last one broke just after a year.
adam_holcombe28/10/2019 16:19

34 mins to go over 150 degrees, and no comments?Tell me again HUKD don't …34 mins to go over 150 degrees, and no comments?Tell me again HUKD don't get paid for amazon posts.. Anyways, cold from me as this has a higher capacity and is cheaper: (with the £5 voucher)https://www.amazon.co.uk/Pxwaxpy-Portable-26800mAh-Capacity-External/dp/B07R4YVBND


Thanks, just ordered this one, outstanding reviews.
jrw29/10/2019 13:49

What's the issue with Anker. Have 3 powerbanks and all are 3+ years old …What's the issue with Anker. Have 3 powerbanks and all are 3+ years old and still going like day 1. Dame for chargers and cables.


Questionable, I gave 3 of the 21000 mah Anker ones and two of them have 1 faulty USB on and the other one is fully working
Chrisizzle29/10/2019 18:24

Questionable, I gave 3 of the 21000 mah Anker ones and two of them have 1 …Questionable, I gave 3 of the 21000 mah Anker ones and two of them have 1 faulty USB on and the other one is fully working


It isn't questionable, its fact. I have 3 powerbanks all working perfectly. Sorry yours aren't. I suggest contacting them and see if they offer goodwill.
I honestly think HUKD has lost its mind, or something weird is going on with these votes.

This is a low end, 2.4amp charger that has NO form of Quick Charge, Power Delivery or USB-C.

It was first released in 2015.

You'd be much better buying a slightly less capacity bank (10k) for cheaper (£14) here: amazon.co.uk/Tec…FT0

It's got USB-C, Power Delivery, fast input charging, is a known brand, plenty of good reviews and is under 14 quid.

The only thing the Anker has in its advantage is a bit more power. I'd much rather pick up 2 of the above before touching the aged low spec Anker.
nomnomnomnom29/10/2019 19:05

I honestly think HUKD has lost its mind, or something weird is going on …I honestly think HUKD has lost its mind, or something weird is going on with these votes.This is a low end, 2.4amp charger that has NO form of Quick Charge, Power Delivery or USB-C.It was first released in 2015.You'd be much better buying a slightly less capacity bank (10k) for cheaper (£14) here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/TeckNet-10000mAh-Delivery-Portable-Technology/dp/B005TIYFT0It's got USB-C, Power Delivery, fast input charging, is a known brand, plenty of good reviews and is under 14 quid.The only thing the Anker has in its advantage is a bit more power. I'd much rather pick up 2 of the above before touching the aged low spec Anker.


Thanks for the tip. Just wondering what other options there are with similar features to the TeckNet but a larger mAh capacity?

Thanks
JayBird29/10/2019 19:10

Thanks for the tip. Just wondering what other options there are with …Thanks for the tip. Just wondering what other options there are with similar features to the TeckNet but a larger mAh capacity?Thanks



Their 20k version is well regarded and is currently at an okay price: amazon.co.uk/dp/…FT0 - Supports all modern features

This also seems like a great price for the capacity, but it's a lesser known brand and it has no USB-C / PD / Quick Charge - it's raw power storage. However, it's £19.50 with a £5 voucher at the moment, bringing it sub £15: amazon.co.uk/dp/…ND/
I wouldn't personally go for that as USB-C / PD / QC is important to me. Your needs may be different.
Edited by: "nomnomnomnom" 29th Oct
nomnomnomnom29/10/2019 19:16

Their 20k version is well regarded and is currently at an okay price: …Their 20k version is well regarded and is currently at an okay price: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00E62G50W/ref=psdc_329078031_t3_B005TIYFT0 - Supports all modern featuresThis also seems like a great price for the capacity, but it's a lesser known brand and it has no USB-C / PD / Quick Charge - it's raw power storage. However, it's £19.50 with a £5 voucher at the moment, bringing it sub £15: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07R4YVBND/I wouldn't personally go for that has USB-C / PD / QC is important to me. Your needs may be different.


Thanks for that, appreciate it
jrw29/10/2019 18:28

It isn't questionable, its fact. I have 3 powerbanks all working …It isn't questionable, its fact. I have 3 powerbanks all working perfectly. Sorry yours aren't. I suggest contacting them and see if they offer goodwill.


One persons ‘facts’ doesn’t make those ‘facts’ apply to everyone buying these products....

Probably not worth they’re old... doubt they’ll do anything
Chrisizzle29/10/2019 20:30

One persons ‘facts’ doesn’t make those ‘facts’ apply to everyone buying the …One persons ‘facts’ doesn’t make those ‘facts’ apply to everyone buying these products....Probably not worth they’re old... doubt they’ll do anything


You said my statement was questionable. I also never said that my fact made it everyone's facts.
You can get much more capacity for less outlay on Amazon if you aren’t a ‘brand snob’ - cold from me.
Bogart29/10/2019 14:41

Amazon have their finger in every pie. Just look up for example a power …Amazon have their finger in every pie. Just look up for example a power tool comparison website. They give the merits of say 5 to 10 power tools and all the links lead to Amazon. How many websites do Amazon own? Probably as many trees as there are in the Amazon, mind you that is getting less by the day.


Once again, it is only fulfilled by Amazon listed on their marketplace page.
I got this to use as the power source for head light, tail light, brake light and horn on my bike. For that it was the best capacity for the size.

If I'd bought it to charge a phone, I'd be annoyed at the lack of QC, but it can at least keep your phones and other devices powered up on the go.

I have 21000 and 20500 (?) packs from Anker and they have performed perfectly from -35C to +40C ambient.
maybe £5 more, but works amazingly with USB C and fast charger phones, use this and a USB 3.0 anker cable when out doing pokémon community days, works a charm
amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1
nomnomnomnom29/10/2019 19:16

Their 20k version is well regarded and is currently at an okay price: …Their 20k version is well regarded and is currently at an okay price: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00E62G50W/ref=psdc_329078031_t3_B005TIYFT0 - Supports all modern featuresThis also seems like a great price for the capacity, but it's a lesser known brand and it has no USB-C / PD / Quick Charge - it's raw power storage. However, it's £19.50 with a £5 voucher at the moment, bringing it sub £15: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07R4YVBND/I wouldn't personally go for that as USB-C / PD / QC is important to me. Your needs may be different.


What does all that mean? Do you mean it doesn't come with a usb-c charging lead? What is PD and quick charge and which would you recommend that has those things? Thanks.
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