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Anker PowerCore 20100 - Ultra High Capacity Power Bank with Most Powerful 4.8A Output £26.39 Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Anker PowerCore 20100 - Ultra High Capacity Power Bank with Most Powerful 4.8A Output £26.39 Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Posted 25th Mar
As my 26800 charger has taken a hammering of the last few years I've been looking at a replacement but didn't want the bulk of my earlier model. This seems to do the job nicely and with the 4.8A output it's going to work well with my android and iPad devices whilst I'm away at the weekend.

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Spec:

  • 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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after 18m and maybe 40 chargers my Anker takes 20 mins to charge and provides about 10% to my iphone before dying.. next to useless
"Weighs the same as a can of soup" In your pocket or handbag, that's really noticeable.
dodgymix45 m ago

after 18m and maybe 40 chargers my Anker takes 20 mins to charge and …after 18m and maybe 40 chargers my Anker takes 20 mins to charge and provides about 10% to my iphone before dying.. next to useless


Do you have this particular power bank? or a smaller anker power bank?
I have 3 of these exact ones for the last 2 years and they all still work perfectly. each one gives about 4 full charges to my phone
dodgymix48 m ago

after 18m and maybe 40 chargers my Anker takes 20 mins to charge and …after 18m and maybe 40 chargers my Anker takes 20 mins to charge and provides about 10% to my iphone before dying.. next to useless


Have you contacted Anker support? They're really good, and if you're near the 18 month warranty period may be able to help (perhaps even you're slightly over).
dodgymix25/03/2019 07:25

after 18m and maybe 40 chargers my Anker takes 20 mins to charge and …after 18m and maybe 40 chargers my Anker takes 20 mins to charge and provides about 10% to my iphone before dying.. next to useless


This is far from indicative of the performance from Anker chargers. I've bought 7 of these including 2 X 20100 powercores (excluding the returned one) all the way from 2015 and they all still work beautifully. Have you contacted them within warranty? Anker are very good at honouring their warranty so I would contact them before your warranty is up.
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Frankly at this price, it should come with PD too
Will this power a laptop?
Gordon_Bennett1 h, 14 m ago

This is far from indicative of the performance from Anker chargers. I've …This is far from indicative of the performance from Anker chargers. I've bought 7 of these including 2 X 20100 powercores (excluding the returned one) all the way from 2015 and they all still work beautifully. Have you contacted them within warranty? Anker are very good at honouring their warranty so I would contact them before your warranty is up.[Image]


I have images of you charging all those powerbanks at work and then running your house off them...
I’ll wait until the can-of-soup weight becomes a freeze-dried weight.
ah_heng2 h, 16 m ago

Frankly at this price, it should come with PD too


Agree. I would consider it std fit for any new chargers/powerbanks. Perhaps there's a licence charge that would increase the price..
TheHun625/03/2019 07:30

"Weighs the same as a can of soup" In your pocket or handbag, that's …"Weighs the same as a can of soup" In your pocket or handbag, that's really noticeable.



I agree that carrying an actual tin of soup would be noticeable but that would be because of the size and shape. The actual weight I don't think it noticeable and the can of soup comparison was a poor choice. Apparently it's about a tenth the weight of a brick. I think a sliced up brick is a lot more easy to imagine as pocketable than a tin of soup.
Not the most attractive price. Got one for £22.49, albeit in 2016. This is the same exact model, it hasn't changed or improved in over 3 years.

RAVPower do a 20k mah battery that's posted here on offer a few times a year for about £17 and is currently £22. I own both and the only drawback I find with the RAVPower one is it's about 1/3 wider, which honestly doesn't make a difference to me (they're both still beasts).
omgpleasespamme5 h, 35 m ago

I agree that carrying an actual tin of soup would be noticeable but that …I agree that carrying an actual tin of soup would be noticeable but that would be because of the size and shape. The actual weight I don't think it noticeable and the can of soup comparison was a poor choice. Apparently it's about a tenth the weight of a brick. I think a sliced up brick is a lot more easy to imagine as pocketable than a tin of soup.


I've had one and the weight is indeed noticeable it's lighter than the competition at similar capacities though! They're usually about 400-500g
Edited by: "jsty3105" 25th Mar
4.8A output is a bit misleading. As far as I recall, it's 2.4A max output per slot
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