Anker PowerCore 15600mAh Super High Capacity Battery Pack Power Bank with Most Powerful 4.8A Output £15.69 @ Sold by AnkerDirect & FBA
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Anker PowerCore 15600mAh Super High Capacity Battery Pack Power Bank with Most Powerful 4.8A Output £15.69 @ Sold by AnkerDirect & FBA

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Anker PowerCore 15600mAh Super High Capacity Battery Pack Power Bank with Most Powerful 4.8A Output £15.69 @ Sold by AnkerDirect & FBA
Posted 18th Oct 2020
Price drop.

Anker PowerCore 15600

A power plant for your palm or pocket.

From ANKER, America's Leading USB Charging Brand
- Faster and safer charging with our advanced technology
- 10 million+ happy users and counting

Super-High Capacity
Enough power to keep you going for days. Charge an iPhone 6 over five times, a Galaxy S6 four times or an iPad Air more than once.

Fast Charging Technology

Exclusive to Anker, PowerIQ and VoltageBoost combine to ensure your devices charge at their their fastest possible charge speed.

Enormous 4.8A Output
Industry-leading output of 4.8 amps provides enough power to simultaneously charge any combination of devices at full speed.

MultiProtect Safety System

Surge protection, short circuit protection and more advanced safety features keep you and your devices safe.

Matte Finish

Enhances grip and doesn't leave smudges or fingerprints.

World Famous Warranty

At Anker, we believe in our products. That's why we back them all with an 18-month warranty and provide friendly, easy-to-reach support.

For Optimal Use:

• Use the included cable, your original cable or a third-party certified one (such as MFi).
• Compatible with Apple and Android smartphones, tablets (including the Nexus 7) and other USB-charged devices except for the iPod nano, iPod Classic, HP TouchPad, Dell Venue 11 Pro, Asus tablets and some GPS and Bluetooth devices.

Features

- The Anker Advantage: Join the 10 million+ powered by our leading technology.
- High Capacity: Weighs as little as a can of soup (13.3 oz) yet charges the iPhone 6 five times, the Galaxy S6 four times or the iPad Air almost one and a half times. Safely recharges with a 2 amp output charger (most phone chargers have 1 amp output).
- Fast-Charging Technology: PowerIQ and VoltageBoost combine to deliver the fastest possible charge up to 2.4 amps per port or 4.8 amps overall. Input: 5V / 2A.
- Incredibly Durable: Built with a double-layer shell and fire-resistant polycarbonate to ensure rugged resistance to impacts, vibration and extreme temperatures (-40°F to 158°F).
- What You Get: Anker PowerCore 15600 Portable Charger, Micro USB cable, travel pouch, welcome guide, our fan-favorite 18-month warranty and friendly customer service. Lightning cable for iPhone / iPad sold separately.
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Top comments
THUNDERCAT8818/10/2020 11:33

No mention of Qualcomm quick charge on here?


Might be because it isn't supported.
"with Most Powerful 4.8A Output"

This marketing is getting silly. Not only are they advertising the ampage across 2 ports, but trying to pass this off as 'Most Powerful' is very misleading without supporting any modern charging standard.

It's a good price and It'll be fine being Anker, but I'm not a fan of the marketing.
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Basic PB by today standards, but good price and good brand. Voted hot!
No mention of Qualcomm quick charge on here?
THUNDERCAT8818/10/2020 11:33

No mention of Qualcomm quick charge on here?


Might be because it isn't supported.
already got one, its a good power bank
Please can anyone advise whats the latest best Anker Power Bank atm? I don't mind what physical size it is
I wouldn't buy any power bank these days unless it had QC 3.0 as standard
Got this for £16 on amazon
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Super high capacity?
jedisteel18/10/2020 13:04

I wouldn't buy any power bank these days unless it had QC 3.0 as standard


Anker IQ3 does Power Delivery and QC3. Also with noting that if your phone etc. accepts QC4 then it also can use Power Delivery for charging.
What's life expectancy of these? Are they just rechargeable over and over?
Wolver18/10/2020 12:41

Please can anyone advise whats the latest best Anker Power Bank atm? I …Please can anyone advise whats the latest best Anker Power Bank atm? I don't mind what physical size it is


I have a anker 25600 or something similar with 48w of output it’s around £29 from Amazon. Chargers my phone in close to an hour for iPhone 11 Pro Max
BG8218/10/2020 22:37

What's life expectancy of these? Are they just rechargeable over and over?


I had one for about 1 year with good usage then just doesn’t hold charge no more . Thought it would last longer but for £15 I guess that’s what you get
I have been using one of these for the last 6 years. Mostly for when I'm travelling and I still get at least 4 full phone charges out of it if not more.
BG8218/10/2020 22:37

What's life expectancy of these? Are they just rechargeable over and over?


They are not infinitely rechargeable but should last years before you notice much difference. I have some old (~4 years) unbranded power bricks that hold about two thirds of their original rating with regular use. Some do just fail to charge after a while but this should be less likely with Anker and they also offer an 18 month warranty. I've heard good things about Anker customer service on here but never had to use it myself.
Will this charge Nintendo switch?
Ought one of these a few years ago for £20 and still use it today - brilliant product!

Charges my phone from 0-100% twice and still has some power left before needing to be recharged
hak0619/10/2020 10:42

Will this charge Nintendo switch?


Yes, but you will need to plug whatever wire the switch uses into it
hak0619/10/2020 10:42

Will this charge Nintendo switch?


Not very well. You would need to use the USB A to USB C cable (if you have a pro controller) even then it would be a trickle charge.
Switch needs a USB C source with PD. Because the switch has a unique PD profile I’d recommend that you only get a good brand like Anker.
"with Most Powerful 4.8A Output"

This marketing is getting silly. Not only are they advertising the ampage across 2 ports, but trying to pass this off as 'Most Powerful' is very misleading without supporting any modern charging standard.

It's a good price and It'll be fine being Anker, but I'm not a fan of the marketing.
digidavek19/10/2020 10:57

Not very well. You would need to use the USB A to USB C cable (if you have …Not very well. You would need to use the USB A to USB C cable (if you have a pro controller) even then it would be a trickle charge. Switch needs a USB C source with PD. Because the switch has a unique PD profile I’d recommend that you only get a good brand like Anker.


Found this one while browsing amazon. It says can charge Nintendo switch.. anyone had any experience with this one.
amazon.co.uk/gp/…TF8
Edited by: "hak06" 19th Oct
Not bad but yeah I'm keeping my eyes out for a USB-C PD power bank next for my newer devices.
the emnt one is 12 pounds and seems to be basically the same
hak0619/10/2020 11:51

Found this one while browsing amazon. It says can charge Nintendo switch.. …Found this one while browsing amazon. It says can charge Nintendo switch.. anyone had any experience with this one.https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B000UH46YY/ref=cm_cr_srp_mb_bdcrb_top?ie=UTF8


That should work but I don’t know the brand. The fact it’s using QC3 ups it’s legitimacy 🏻
CRNeo19/10/2020 11:56

Not bad but yeah I'm keeping my eyes out for a USB-C PD power bank next …Not bad but yeah I'm keeping my eyes out for a USB-C PD power bank next for my newer devices.


amazon.co.uk/gp/…TF8

I think this is a PD bank
I have this one already and you can get 2+ iPhone 11 (full) charges out of it easily! 🔥

Perfect for Pokemon go players!
Can I charge my Nintendo switch with this?
I have one that looks and measures identical to that but it's rated at 20100mAh. Is this a cheaper version with lower-capacity cells, or have they started rating them on the 5V output instead of the 3.6V of the internal cells?
BG8218/10/2020 22:37

What's life expectancy of these? Are they just rechargeable over and over?


I have used one constantly in back of taxi for a rear facing dashcam for about 4 years (different brand). Still going strong.
AdamBuyer18/10/2020 23:27

I had one for about 1 year with good usage then just doesn’t hold charge n …I had one for about 1 year with good usage then just doesn’t hold charge no more . Thought it would last longer but for £15 I guess that’s what you get


Had mine three years now, no noticeable difference with loss.

I think you can manage 7 charges if an Android phone out of a full bank. I went to Barcelona last year for a long weekend without a charger and it kept me going.

I'll always vote hot for Anker products of the price is right. Well made, customer service is top and no question warranty - have had a few of their braided cables over the years.
Edited by: "lch_86" 19th Oct
BG8218/10/2020 22:37

What's life expectancy of these? Are they just rechargeable over and over?


Had mine three years now, no noticeable difference with loss.

I think you can manage 7 charges if an Android phone out of a full bank. I went to Barcelona last year for a long weekend without a charger and it kept me going.

I'll always vote hot for Anker products of the price is right. Well made, customer service is top and no question warranty - have had a few of their braided cables over the years.
Any good for a quest 2 ?
Thanks for posting; we have added this to the Highlights section
Is there a power bank with 5A output from one socket?
So that's about four charges for a 3500 mAh phone!
Great these, had one a couple of years. You do need a decent cable to charge it though, the one provided no longer charges it quickly (I have no idea why).... must be some fast charging thing... and a high output charger to power it up (you’ll be charging a couple of days using say an iPhone plug.
On the subject of iPhones, this won’t change the newest one
Expensive for an old tech battery & this will take ages to charge up with a 2A input. Voted hot by Anker fans but no obvious justification for that. There are plenty of good alternatives out there depending on your need.
BenjaminDover9920/10/2020 19:22

Expensive for an old tech battery & this will take ages to charge up with …Expensive for an old tech battery & this will take ages to charge up with a 2A input. Voted hot by Anker fans but no obvious justification for that. There are plenty of good alternatives out there depending on your need.


Can you suggest or better send link for alternative please fella.
THUNDERCAT8820/10/2020 20:27

Can you suggest or better send link for alternative please fella.


Depends on what your needs are but here are a few that stand out from Amazon:
amazon.co.uk/Pow…8-6

amazon.co.uk/Pow…8-7

amazon.co.uk/Tec…-12

I can absolutely recommend the Tecknet in the third link - properly portable and was fantastic for 3 weeks around Thailand last year. Smaller capacity batteries are generally lighter and charge faster. PD input and output makes a massive difference to charging times.
AdamBuyer18/10/2020 23:27

I had one for about 1 year with good usage then just doesn’t hold charge n …I had one for about 1 year with good usage then just doesn’t hold charge no more . Thought it would last longer but for £15 I guess that’s what you get


Dont take all the charge out of it. Just let it go down to 2 lights. Will last a lot longer and charge quicker as well.
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