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Anker PowerCore Essential 20000 PD Power Bank, 20000mAh USB-C Power Bank 18W £26.99 Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Anker PowerCore Essential 20000 PD Power Bank, 20000mAh USB-C Power Bank 18W £26.99 Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Posted 16th Apr

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With support for Power Delivery and Qualcomm Quick Charge, this travel-friendly portable battery offers high-speed charging to virtually any mobile device. And thanks to the huge 20,000mAh capacity, you can keep your devices charged for days, no matter where you are.

Ultra-High Capacity
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High-speed charging. Leading technology. Join our family of over 50 million happy users, and change the way you charge.

PowerCore Essential 20000 PD The 20,000mAh Portable Charger with Power Delivery

From ANKER, America's Leading USB Charging Brand Faster and safer charging with our advanced technology 30 million+ happy users and counting

Power for Days With a 20,000mAh capacity, you can easily keep all of your mobile devices charged up for days on end. You'll wonder how you ever spent so much time plugged into the wall.

Advanced Charging Technology: The USB-C Power Delivery port supports both input and output, so you can power up your devices and recharge your PowerCore at high-speed - all with one cable. Together with the 18W PowerIQ USB port, you can now charge virtually any phone or tablet at high-speed. (Compatible with Qualcomm Quick Charge)

Premium Design With a sleek matte exterior and cool-blue LED light-wheel to display battery level, PowerCore Essential 20000 PD is premium both inside and out.

Compatibility: Compatible with iPhone XS / XS Max / XR, Android smartphones and tablets (including the Nexus 7), and other USB devices.

Note: USB-C cable, Lightning cable, and AC adapter not included. When the trickle-charging mode is on, the last LED light will remain green, regardless of battery status. Recharging via USB-A charger will take approximately 20 hours.
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Can't fault Anker great price heat
Good price, although these days most of us aren't very far from our regular plug-in-at-home charger most of the time.
Is there an easy way to work out how powerful all of these powerbanks actually are?
flipper11816/04/2020 08:58

Is there an easy way to work out how powerful all of these powerbanks …Is there an easy way to work out how powerful all of these powerbanks actually are?


Other than the 20000mah number? No, no other way really.
Good deal quality stuff Anker . I've been looking for a car jump starter powerbank since my car battery is flat due to not using it, been checking Amazon daily for a decent deal since I'm not in a massive hurry for it and they seem to be going up by £1 a day :/
flipper11816/04/2020 08:58

Is there an easy way to work out how powerful all of these powerbanks …Is there an easy way to work out how powerful all of these powerbanks actually are?


Youd have to get a meter and measure charge taken in and power given out
Seems expensive, compared to the RAVPower equivalent that has been posted a number of times when on promotion for £16.99

hotukdeals.com/dea…399

The above has more connections (in and out) plus a digital display.
flipper11816/04/2020 08:58

Is there an easy way to work out how powerful all of these powerbanks …Is there an easy way to work out how powerful all of these powerbanks actually are?


It says 18W in the description
cheekster16/04/2020 10:07

Seems expensive, compared to the RAVPower equivalent that has been posted …Seems expensive, compared to the RAVPower equivalent that has been posted a number of times when on promotion for £16.99https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/ravpower-usb-c-portable-charger-20000mah-pd-30-power-bank-qc-30-at-amazon-3412399The above has more connections (in and out) plus a digital display.


But it's not that price now...
Rustyk116/04/2020 10:09

It says 18W in the description


I believe that is only for the Power Delivery element when using the appropriate USB-C to USB-C Power Delivery cable.
xerxes2k16/04/2020 10:20

But it's not that price now...


No, but it has been less than this Anker powerbank at least three times this year and so there is every chance it will again be available for less at some point. Worth keeping an eye out for anyone who isn’t in a huge rush (which should be most people due to the current lockdown).
Edited by: "cheekster" 16th Apr
I got this power bank for £24.99 on 5th March, but £26.99 is still a good price for those who missed out and don't have a time machine. Heat.
This is fine if you're just wanting to charge your phone, but if you have USB-C devices such as laptops, macbooks, ipads etc then you're going to want something more powerful than a measly 18w PD. I'm not sure why Anker haven't released anything yet - they are usually at the forefront but this time they're lagging behind ravpower.
imho the Anker Powercore Slim 10000 PD is a better power bank and much lighter
I bought 2 because I'd rather have the option to have max portability or take both and have max charge

works on my ThinkPad T480s laptop too!
I purchased this powerbank for £21.99 during Anker's awesome £10.00 off all products promo on Amazon. Amazon already had an £8.00 voucher applied on this product to drop the price down to £31.99; so that coupled with Ankers £10.00 discount meant that I saved £18.00.

Therefore £26.99 isn't a bad price and only £5.00 more than what I paid.
This is a brilliant bit of kit that charges much quicker than a mains-powered charger. Once charged fully, the power bank contains about 4/5 full charges - we took this away with us when we went to Las Vegas and didn't run out of battery once whilst we were out and about.
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