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Anker PowerCore Essential 20000 PD Power Bank, 20000mAh £26.99 Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Anker PowerCore Essential 20000 PD Power Bank, 20000mAh £26.99 Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Posted 13th Jan

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I've been struggling with a Xiaomi power bank for a while now (not working properly) even though it was supposed to be a good one. So I've been looking to get a new one.

Love Anker stuff and never had problems with them before so I've been looking at this one. Comes with PD as well (power delivery) and at this price, seems like a pretty good deal. Down from £39.99.

Any got one of these? or know if they're any good/reliable?
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Looks a bit chunky though. I think I'd prefer the slim one.
Love mine since it was delivered few days ago. Was £23 back then.
One feature which I found annoying in comparison to the Powercore 16000 I was using before is is one has very miniscule leds you can't see from the angle. Therefore when in operation it looks like it stopped charging.
Doh!
Bought one last year for our holidays, my two lads used it each night. Great piece of kit, heavy duty but worth the dosh.
Is this getting downvoted because it's more expensive than the cheap and dangerous knockoffs and no-brand ones?
Keiran_Blackwell13/01/2020 20:13

Is this getting downvoted because it's more expensive than the cheap and …Is this getting downvoted because it's more expensive than the cheap and dangerous knockoffs and no-brand ones?


Yeah this one got voted hot the other day - hotukdeals.com/dea…840


And the one I posted is the newer PD version and it has a better discount but still gets voted cold. I don't really understand how this website works
Edited by: "FieryBaz" 13th Jan
Keiran_Blackwell13/01/2020 20:13

Is this getting downvoted because it's more expensive than the cheap and …Is this getting downvoted because it's more expensive than the cheap and dangerous knockoffs and no-brand ones?


no idea, to me this is a good price for an anker branded one at 20000mah
Edited by: "littlecoupe" 13th Jan
Hot for usb c power delivery
It's cold because this was under £20 few weeks ago. Bought one for my wife. Solid unit.
Kosmonaut14/01/2020 06:28

It's cold because this was under £20 few weeks ago. Bought one for my …It's cold because this was under £20 few weeks ago. Bought one for my wife. Solid unit.


Wasn't that the non PD one.
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