Anker PowerCore+ 26800 Premium Portable Charger with Qualcomm Quick Charge RRP £52.99 now £35.99 Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Anker PowerCore+ 26800 Premium Portable Charger with Qualcomm Quick Charge RRP £52.99 now £35.99 Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 31st Mar 2017
Anker have 32% off their high capacity 26800 power bank, been waiting for this to drop for a while.

PowerCore+ 26800

The Premium Ultra-High Capacity Power Bank

From ANKER, America's Leading USB Charging Brand

• Faster and safer charging with our advanced technology

• 10 million+ happy users and counting

Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0

Using Qualcomm's advanced Quick Charge 2.0 technology, the PowerCore+ allows compatible devices to charge 75% faster. Get up to 8 hours of use from just 15 minutes of charging.

Fast-Charging Technology

Exclusive to Anker, PowerIQ and VoltageBoost technologies combine to provide universal full speed charging for non-Quick Charge devices, up to 2.4 amps per port.

Ultra-High Capacity

PowerCore+ 26800 is the high capacity portable charger with Quick Charge 2.0 technology. It charges the iPhone 6 ten times, the Galaxy S6 over seven times or the 2015 MacBook more than three times. .

Rapid Recharge

PowerCore+ 26800 is able to be recharge twice as quickly as other portable chargers when charged with the high-output wall charge

Worry-Free 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 the new 12 inch MacBook, 2015 (USB-C cable needed), Apple and Android smartphones, tablets (including the Nexus 7) and other USB-charged devices except for the iPod nano, iPod Shuffle, iPod Classic, HP TouchPad, Dell Venue 11 Pro, Asus tablets and some GPS and Bluetooth devices.
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Original Poster
Also comes bundled with a quick charge USB wall charger for an extra £5, which I would highly recommended if you don't have one or this will take 24hrs+ from a normal USB charger

amazon.co.uk/Ank…800
Hmm, no Power Delivery

Anyone know of some PD capable USB-C chargers? Amazon had one from RAVpower a while back but it seems to have disappeared.
CampGareth

Hmm, no Power Delivery :/Anyone know of some PD capable USB-C chargers? … Hmm, no Power Delivery :/Anyone know of some PD capable USB-C chargers? Amazon had one from RAVpower a while back but it seems to have disappeared.


I heard Ravpower and Xiaomi were the only two, I need one myself for this bluddy draining portable zelda life wrecker, aka the switch.
BIGUSHEADUS

I heard Ravpower and Xiaomi were the only two, I need one myself for this … I heard Ravpower and Xiaomi were the only two, I need one myself for this bluddy draining portable zelda life wrecker, aka the switch.



Xiaomi's pack I haven't seen, I've seen Asus advertise one but that hasn't surfaced yet. The RAVPower one is 'currently unavailable' with no date for new stock on Amazon.com so I'm guessing there were some problems with it.
CampGareth

Xiaomi's pack I haven't seen, I've seen Asus advertise one but that … Xiaomi's pack I haven't seen, I've seen Asus advertise one but that hasn't surfaced yet. The RAVPower one is 'currently unavailable' with no date for new stock on Amazon.com so I'm guessing there were some problems with it.


Is it supposed to make that much of a difference, I'll only be using it for the switch?
BIGUSHEADUS

Is it supposed to make that much of a difference, I'll only be using it … Is it supposed to make that much of a difference, I'll only be using it for the switch?


Don't think so, the switch in mobile mode draws 5-8W so I think it'll fit in the 15W allowed by regular dumb 5V/3A charging with USB-C. It just matters to laptops where they won't charge off a non-PD source (looking at you Dell XPS 13 on my desk)
craigrathbone

Also comes bundled with a quick charge USB wall charger for an extra £5, … Also comes bundled with a quick charge USB wall charger for an extra £5, which I would highly recommended if you don't have one or this will take 24hrs+ from a normal USB charger https://www.amazon.co.uk/Anker-PowerCore-Portable-Capacity-PowerPort/dp/B01L6R2BY8/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1490939909&sr=8-1&keywords=Anker+26800



I have a QC2 charger, is it still worth getting the one you've linked to?

John
CampGareth

Don't think so, the switch in mobile mode draws 5-8W so I think it'll fit … Don't think so, the switch in mobile mode draws 5-8W so I think it'll fit in the 15W allowed by regular dumb 5V/3A charging with USB-C. It just matters to laptops where they won't charge off a non-PD source (looking at you Dell XPS 13 on my desk)


Bluddy hell you can charge laptops from portable chargers, I need to start reading more tech websites. How do you know so much, if you don't mind me asking?
Johnmcl7

I have a QC2 charger, is it still worth getting the one you've linked … I have a QC2 charger, is it still worth getting the one you've linked to?John



Depends if you need the extra capacity or not. The biggest draw other than capacity is that it charges quick charge 3.0 devices. If you don't have a 3.0 device it won't benefit from the quick charge 3.0 output.
StolenDiagram

Depends if you need the extra capacity or not. The biggest draw other … Depends if you need the extra capacity or not. The biggest draw other than capacity is that it charges quick charge 3.0 devices. If you don't have a 3.0 device it won't benefit from the quick charge 3.0 output.



I was meaning charging the battery pack itself, I'm wondering if QC2 is reasonable enough to charge it or if it's worth getting a QC3 charger as linked to above.

John
Original Poster
Johnmcl7

I was meaning charging the battery pack itself, I'm wondering if QC2 is … I was meaning charging the battery pack itself, I'm wondering if QC2 is reasonable enough to charge it or if it's worth getting a QC3 charger as linked to above.John



I have a 4 port QC 2 also but went for the QC 3 due to the battery pack being such a high capacity, it may reduce your charging time by a couple of hours, unless you charge overnight then the difference may not matter too much.
Johnmcl7

I was meaning charging the battery pack itself, I'm wondering if QC2 is … I was meaning charging the battery pack itself, I'm wondering if QC2 is reasonable enough to charge it or if it's worth getting a QC3 charger as linked to above.John



en.wikipedia.org/wik…rge

QC2 and QC3 output the same 18W maximum power so will charge this at the same rate (~5 hours)
I'm looking for a USB-C Powerbank for my Pixel. Don't want something that's too big though
Did anyone else order this? I bought the battery and a Note 4 battery, they've arrived today but there's a box for the Powercore but no battery (the USB cable and case are present) while there's no sign of the Note 4 battery at all. It may not have been in the same box but Amazon are claiming it's delivered.

I'd have thought if someone had tampered with it, they would have just taken the entire box but there's no way the Powercore accidentally came out of its own box. I've contacted Anker but feeling a bit sick I've just lost £50

Edit - I've spoken with Amazon who offered a refund which I've taken, they didn't seem to have any issue about the items being missing.

John
Edited by: "Johnmcl7" 4th Apr 2017
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