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Anker PowerCore 20100- 20000mah 4.8Amp Powerbank £22.79 Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Posted 23rd Dec 2019

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I came across this deal when looking for a new powerbank. Click apply 5% coupon to get the price down to £22.79. Only the black one seems to be on sale.

  • Ultra-High Capacity: Weighs as little as a can of soup (12.5 oz) yet charges the iPhone 8 almost seven times, the Galaxy S8 five times or the iPad mini 4 twice.
  • High-speed charging: PowerIQ and VoltageBoost combine to deliver the fastest possible charge (does not support Qualcomm Quick Charge). Recharges itself in 10 hours with a 2 amp charger, phone chargers (generally 1 amp) may take up to 20 hours.
  • Certified Safe: Anker's MultiProtect safety system and high-quality LG battery cells ensure complete protection for you and your devices.
  • What You Get: Anker PowerCore 20100 Portable Charger, Micro USB cable, travel pouch, welcome guide, our fan-favorite 18-month warranty and friendly customer service. USB-C cable and Lightning cable for iPhone / iPad sold separately.
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Thats alot of juice, but I would recommend looking for a powerbank with Power Delivery (PD) and USB-C. More PD-cable devices are becoming standard and you will quickly find that this becomes redundant in favour of PD and fast charging powerbanks
chamelion23/12/2019 13:59

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07H3J5TLB/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1cheaper, similar capacity, USB C and has PD. I don't know why people still go for Anker...


9k reviews averaging 4.5 stars and 40 reviews at 4 stars. People like the comfort in brands they know. I find anker products pretty well built and would assume going forward that their others products are as such. People pay for the idea of peace of mind.
amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1


cheaper, similar capacity, USB C and has PD.


I don't know why people still go for Anker...
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Excellent powerbank at a great price
its 2.4amps per usb port
Thats alot of juice, but I would recommend looking for a powerbank with Power Delivery (PD) and USB-C. More PD-cable devices are becoming standard and you will quickly find that this becomes redundant in favour of PD and fast charging powerbanks
Great deal,thanks for this!!! Ordered
amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1


cheaper, similar capacity, USB C and has PD.


I don't know why people still go for Anker...
chamelion23/12/2019 13:59

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07H3J5TLB/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1cheaper, similar capacity, USB C and has PD. I don't know why people still go for Anker...


9k reviews averaging 4.5 stars and 40 reviews at 4 stars. People like the comfort in brands they know. I find anker products pretty well built and would assume going forward that their others products are as such. People pay for the idea of peace of mind.
m.ad23/12/2019 13:31

Thats alot of juice, but I would recommend looking for a powerbank with …Thats alot of juice, but I would recommend looking for a powerbank with Power Delivery (PD) and USB-C. More PD-cable devices are becoming standard and you will quickly find that this becomes redundant in favour of PD and fast charging powerbanks


Question, what would I use Power Delivery for?
Thanks
iz12345678923/12/2019 14:29

Question, what would I use Power Delivery for? Thanks



androidauthority.com/usb…66/ - first article I googled to explain it, bear in mind that this article itself is two years old, so things have moved on since then and PD devices are much more prevalent now than when this article was written.

In a nutshell, it allows for faster charging of USB-C devices than normal USB 3.1 ports. Most new portable devices are coming with USB-C ports and charging capabilities, and Power Delivery allows the powerbank to charge them and to charge them quickly. My Google Pixel 2 phone was the first device I started using PD for, which allows me to rapidly charge the battery from 0% to 100% in under an hour. More recently, my new work laptop charges via USB-C, and I have been able to charge it using my PD powerbank whilst travelling.
Average price for an low spec product. No deal here.

Pay the extra £3.20 (use the voucher) and get the RavPower: amazon.co.uk/RAV…-28

USB-C, Power Delivery, 18W output (iPhone full speed charge), QuickCharge 3, LED readout, legit UL battery certification.
RAVPower have been around since 2011 (same as Anker) and have tons of good Amazon reviews.
Edited by: "nomnomnomnom" 23rd Dec 2019
nomnomnomnom23/12/2019 22:47

Average price for an low spec product. No deal here.Pay the extra £3.20 …Average price for an low spec product. No deal here.Pay the extra £3.20 (use the voucher) and get the RavPower: https://www.amazon.co.uk/RAVPower-Portable-20000mAh-Tri-input-Tri-output-Black/dp/B082M3N1NQ/ref=sr_1_28?keywords=20000mAh&qid=1577140699&s=electronics&sr=1-28USB-C, Power Delivery, 18W output (iPhone full speed charge), QuickCharge 3, LED readout, legit UL battery certification. RAVPower have been around since 2011 (same as Anker) and have tons of good Amazon reviews.


No reviews on the item, though I have ordered cables from Ravpower before.
StrugglingStudent24/12/2019 00:23

No reviews on the item, though I have ordered cables from Ravpower before.



Yep, it's a brand new product. Going by their past ones though, they're highly rated. RAVPower actually used to make laptop / phone batteries (and other devices). They've been about for as long as Anker (2011) and sell UL certified battery based devices. I have no worries about using them .

I've tried to post it up as a deal, but it's stuck in the queue.
Is great power bank, but very old model take hours to recharge not supporting quick change or pd technology.iq teckhology is just marketing. I wouldn’t pay more than 13£ for this product
nomnomnomnom24/12/2019 01:13

Yep, it's a brand new product. Going by their past ones though, they're …Yep, it's a brand new product. Going by their past ones though, they're highly rated. RAVPower actually used to make laptop / phone batteries (and other devices). They've been about for as long as Anker (2011) and sell UL certified battery based devices. I have no worries about using them .I've tried to post it up as a deal, but it's stuck in the queue.


No ac adaptor to charge it either
whatyadoinsucka24/12/2019 05:29

No ac adaptor to charge it either


You use your normal phone charger. I've never seen a power bank come with a charger.
chamelion23/12/2019 13:59

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07H3J5TLB/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1cheaper, similar capacity, USB C and has PD. I don't know why people still go for Anker...


This model is very heavy
Fantastic price- I got this for 30 a few months ago. It's quite heavy is the only downside, but other than that, very very sleek looking and does the job brilliantly!
Hmm...I had the smaller version and also it was good for some time the device didn’t charge properly after 1-2 years. Maybe that is normal but was hoping it will work for a bit longer. Anyway, that was maybe an isolated case.
That the one I purchased, the size is clearly different but I am not sure if the technology is different to 2017 thats when I purchased it.

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Purchased this in 2016 for £28 still going strong soon to be four years later!
Once fully charged lasts for ages, and charges quickly, has saved many a holiday for me.
Highley recommended!
chamelion23/12/2019 13:59

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07H3J5TLB/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1cheaper, similar capacity, USB C and has PD. I don't know why people still go for Anker...


I got this one a few days ago and I have nothing but words of praise for it. Charges my Acer Chromebook with 45W PD easily.
chamelion23/12/2019 13:59

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07H3J5TLB/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1cheaper, similar capacity, USB C and has PD. I don't know why people still go for Anker...


Agreed. always seem overpriced to me. lack of Qualcom quickcharge on most of their kit puts me off also.

I paid £17 for a 22000MaH PB with quick charge about a year ago....
Edited by: "Uridium" 24th Dec 2019
Any recommendations for a max. 100Wh device with USB-C and the Wh rating clearly seen on the device itself?
andrei201624/12/2019 07:16

This model is very heavy


It says the weight in the description
Walshinho23/12/2019 14:16

9k reviews averaging 4.5 stars and 40 reviews at 4 stars. People like the …9k reviews averaging 4.5 stars and 40 reviews at 4 stars. People like the comfort in brands they know. I find anker products pretty well built and would assume going forward that their others products are as such. People pay for the idea of peace of mind.


true. i never heard of the brand until few months ago. took the risk and bought it on amazon.
i now recommend anker powerbank to everyone whos after a powerbank.
greg66624/12/2019 09:16

Hmm...I had the smaller version and also it was good for some time the …Hmm...I had the smaller version and also it was good for some time the device didn’t charge properly after 1-2 years. Maybe that is normal but was hoping it will work for a bit longer. Anyway, that was maybe an isolated case.


ask for an exchange on amazon?
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Had mine for 2 years and it's still going strong. Its saved me on more than 1 occasion when the phone battery was flat.
hukduserr24/12/2019 16:41

ask for an exchange on amazon?


This is over two years ago so I don’t believe it would be fair to ask for an exchange. I have also recycled the device in our local supermarket so its gone. Just want something new with USB-C output for my MacBook and my other devices when I fly or are on my way to work etc.
Are these strong enough to power a laptop, or can someone recommend one that is please
nomnomnomnom23/12/2019 22:47

Average price for an low spec product. No deal here.Pay the extra £3.20 …Average price for an low spec product. No deal here.Pay the extra £3.20 (use the voucher) and get the RavPower: https://www.amazon.co.uk/RAVPower-Portable-20000mAh-Tri-input-Tri-output-Black/dp/B082M3N1NQ/ref=sr_1_28?keywords=20000mAh&qid=1577140699&s=electronics&sr=1-28USB-C, Power Delivery, 18W output (iPhone full speed charge), QuickCharge 3, LED readout, legit UL battery certification. RAVPower have been around since 2011 (same as Anker) and have tons of good Amazon reviews.


Quickcharge 4.0 is the latest isn't it, this has Quickcharge 3.0
akuakuu25/12/2019 16:00

Quickcharge 4.0 is the latest isn't it, this has Quickcharge 3.0


Yes, but QC4 has limited device support. Most went to USB PD.

The difference between QC3 and 4 is small anyway in the real world.

Is there even a QC4 powerbank avaliable yet? I've not seen one.

This Anker has none of these anyway, so it's still a much better deal.
Edited by: "nomnomnomnom" 25th Dec 2019
nomnomnomnom25/12/2019 16:12

Yes, but QC4 has limited device support. Most went to USB PD.The …Yes, but QC4 has limited device support. Most went to USB PD.The difference between QC3 and 4 is small anyway in the real world.Is there even a QC4 powerbank avaliable yet? I've not seen one.This Anker has none of these anyway, so it's still a much better deal.



Thanks for the info, which of these terms is best also for Nintendo Switch?
akuakuu25/12/2019 16:26

Thanks for the info, which of these terms is best also for Nintendo Switch?


You want USB PD (power delivery). 18 watt or above.
nomnomnomnom25/12/2019 16:28

You want USB PD (power delivery). 18 watt or above.


So that one you linked is fine right? It does 18 watt? Thanks again
akuakuu25/12/2019 22:57

So that one you linked is fine right? It does 18 watt? Thanks again


Yes, assuming you want to charge it outside of the dock. If you want to use it with the dock you need something much more powerful.
Walshinho23/12/2019 14:16

9k reviews averaging 4.5 stars and 40 reviews at 4 stars. People like the …9k reviews averaging 4.5 stars and 40 reviews at 4 stars. People like the comfort in brands they know. I find anker products pretty well built and would assume going forward that their others products are as such. People pay for the idea of peace of mind.


And the assurance that your power bank won’t burst into flames
Sturdiness26/12/2019 18:59

And the assurance that your power bank won’t burst into flames


Always worth paying a couple of quid more to potentially save on some third degree burns
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