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Anker PowerCore 20100 - 20000mAh Ultra High Capacity Power Bank £23.99 Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Anker PowerCore 20100 - 20000mAh Ultra High Capacity Power Bank £23.99 Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Posted 14th Oct 2019

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I have one of these, its good, but I never use it - I got a USB-C Pixel 2 phone and invested in a PD3.0 compatible charger, and never looked back.

Don't bother with this - invest in a PD3.0 compatible charger. You might not need PD3.0 now, but when you do it is super handy. With devices from phones to laptops (and even the Nintendo Switch) adopting USB-C, you'll be glad you had a PD3.0 charger around
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Shame this powerbank does not support Qualcomm Quick Charge
I'm sure I got this for around £19 from MyMemory.
the__cat14/10/2019 18:15

I'm sure I got this for around £19 from MyMemory.


My earlier comment deleted as it was a smaller model. I got this one at £26 from Amazon in 2018 so this is the best price yet. Heat.
The charge lasts forever too
Edited by: "kestrel1960" 14th Oct 2019
kestrel196014/10/2019 18:22

My earlier comment deleted as it was a smaller model. I got this one at …My earlier comment deleted as it was a smaller model. I got this one at £26 from Amazon in 2018 so this is the best price yet. Heat.The charge lasts forever too


Best price from Amazon. As I said, I bought it cheaper.
I have one of these, its good, but I never use it - I got a USB-C Pixel 2 phone and invested in a PD3.0 compatible charger, and never looked back.

Don't bother with this - invest in a PD3.0 compatible charger. You might not need PD3.0 now, but when you do it is super handy. With devices from phones to laptops (and even the Nintendo Switch) adopting USB-C, you'll be glad you had a PD3.0 charger around
No Power Delivery or Type-C

I use this, TekNet version for my Quest and Switch (more Quest) and is super plus a pound cheaper.
Good price if you do not need PD or usb C. Prefer the TekNet mentioned above, but this is good too. No point to get this thinking you'll need PD in the future, if you do not use it, by the time you will need PD, this will be obsolete, or will not work anymore if not used. Voted hot, good price, good brand.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 14th Oct 2019
sheffield78814/10/2019 20:02

Good price if you do not need PD or usb C. Prefer the TekNet mentioned …Good price if you do not need PD or usb C. Prefer the TekNet mentioned above, but this is good too. No point to get this thinking you'll need PD in the future, if you do not use it, by the time you will need PD, this will be obsolete, or will not work anymore if not used. Voted hot, good price, good brand.


This is just old stock from 2015 why it has no modern features.
powerbrick14/10/2019 20:25

This is just old stock from 2015 why it has no modern features.


And this is still perfectly fine, not all of us need modern features. But, yes, if you get something with better features for the same price, why n9t.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 14th Oct 2019
Always use Anker power packs. Great quality.
Headlines tonight: Man wins right to eat sister, power bank weighs as little as a tin of soup. This is the news, on The Day Today.
Can anyone help with power banks that are able to deliver to Northern Ireland?
It’s still valid, any idea why expired?
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There's a 26800mAh one with USB Micro and USB-C inputs with dual USB outputs on Amazon for £13.59 at the moment, its a Jonkuu, but I've had one for a while and they're good. Tried to add it but HUKD think its unsuitable because the Amazon seller only has 99% positive from 207 ratings in the last 12 months..
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Doesn’t work for me:(
KarczuKarczu15/10/2019 16:36

[Image] Doesn’t work for me:(


Click on the £4 voucher.. And redeem the 1 for £27.99 promotion...

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i dont recommend it. charges very slow but worst part is that it does not charge phone while being charged.
necat15/10/2019 17:20

i dont recommend it. charges very slow but worst part is that it does not …i dont recommend it. charges very slow but worst part is that it does not charge phone while being charged.



I do. I use mine for weekends away then charge it when I get home. For my usage, it really doesn't matter how fast it recharges (better for the batteries to charge slowly), and I've never needed to charge my phone from it while it's charging - can't see why you would unless you're really short of USB outlets.
Very good power bank. But it's old now. I've had mines since 2015. Still going strong. Just don't use it anymore as newer power banks are available.

Usb C PD power banks are the ones you want to go for now.
I bought one of these a few years ago, still going strong. Charge it up before I leave for a week away with work, keeps my phone and headphones going for the whole week and then some. Top stuff.

I'm all for USB-C everything, but I really don't care. It's a battery, it does the job and then some. Heat.
Thanks for posting @ratfink we have added this to the Highlights section
Load of crap will not fast charge so useless with most modern phones. Much better power banks other there.
nice find my colleague pay for the full price
Really confusing description, is this for charging phones or is it an actual banking product?!?
I have NO idea why people always give heat to this rather basic powerbank.

No quickcharge in or out. No USB-C PD.

This is worth £15 at best. Especially when there are 18 watt USB-C tecknet 20100 powerbanks for ~£20
Anyone had experience of Xnuoyo chargers? There's a 24800mAh PD Power Bank one on amazon for £21.99 if it's any good?

amazon.co.uk/dp/…50W
yadiyada16/10/2019 00:54

I have NO idea why people always give heat to this rather basic …I have NO idea why people always give heat to this rather basic powerbank.No quickcharge in or out. No USB-C PD.This is worth £15 at best. Especially when there are 18 watt USB-C tecknet 20100 powerbanks for ~£20


Because it is a high quality reliable power bank from a trusted brand. I have had mine x2 for 4-5 years and it charges my devices pretty much then same as when I first purchased it. I agree that PD is the way going forward, but I highly recommend this power bank.
Agree. This one gives out 15W. There willbe little difference with the PD compliant charging. Qulity of battery cells - that's what define the user experience.
KarczuKarczu15/10/2019 16:36

[Image] Doesn’t work for me:(


Nor me!

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