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Anker PowerCore Essential 20000 PD Power Bank - £24.99 - Sold by Anker / Fulfilled by Amazon
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Anker PowerCore Essential 20000 PD Power Bank - £24.99 - Sold by Anker / Fulfilled by Amazon

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Posted 3rd Mar

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Using code: 8WW6XGEJ will bring this to £24.99
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  • The Anker Advantage: Join the 30 million+ powered by our leading technology.
  • Ultra-High Capacity: The massive 20,000mAh capacity provides more than 5 and a half charges for iPhone XS, more than 4 full charges for Samsung Galaxy S10, and over 2 and a half charges for iPad mini 5.
  • High-Speed Charging: Deliver an 18W high-speed charge to phones, tablets, and more via the USB-C Power Delivery port or the Qualcomm Quick Charge-enabled USB port.
  • Certified Safe: Anker's MultiProtect safety system ensures complete protection for you and your devices.
  • What You Get: PowerCore Essential 20000 PD, USB-C to C cable, travel pouch, welcome guide, our worry-free 18-month warranty, and friendly customer service.

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£32.99 when I apply the above discount code at checkout
Let me apply the £8 off voucher followed by the buy one save £7 bringing it to £24.99 as listed.
£39.99 as the regular price seems expensive for 20,000mAh capacity.

Even £24.99 after both discounts doesn’t seem great compared to other current and recent powerbank deals that have been posted here.
cheekster03/03/2020 20:49

£39.99 as the regular price seems expensive for 20,000mAh capacity. …£39.99 as the regular price seems expensive for 20,000mAh capacity. Even £24.99 after both discounts doesn’t seem great compared to other current and recent powerbank deals that have been posted here.


It’s pricier because it’s got PD isn’t it?
courtster03/03/2020 22:25

It’s pricier because it’s got PD isn’t it?


Compare it to this RAVPower 20,000mAh which also has USB-C Power Delivery and was available for £16.99 recently:

hotukdeals.com/dea…399
cheekster03/03/2020 22:28

Compare it to this RAVPower 20,000mAh which also has USB-C Power Delivery …Compare it to this RAVPower 20,000mAh which also has USB-C Power Delivery and was available for £16.99 recently:https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/ravpower-usb-c-portable-charger-20000mah-pd-30-power-bank-qc-30-at-amazon-3412399


The RAVPower one is £24.99 ... which is better?
theRainMan04/03/2020 15:31

The RAVPower one is £24.99 ... which is better?


I’d say the RAVPower. I like the digital readout for the battery level. USB-C Power Delivery (18w) and QuickCharge 3.0 plus it has three inputs and outputs.

If you’re not in a huge hurry, perhaps keep an eye out for when it is on offer for ~£16.99 again as at that price I don’t think there is much, if anything, to beat it?
Edited by: "cheekster" 4th Mar
cheekster04/03/2020 15:37

I’d say the RAVPower. I like the digital readout for the battery level. U …I’d say the RAVPower. I like the digital readout for the battery level. USB-C Power Delivery (18w) and QuickCharge 3.0 plus it has three inputs and outputs.If you’re not in a huge hurry, perhaps keep an eye out for when it is on offer for ~£16.99 again as at that price I don’t think there is much, if anything, to beat it?


imho anker because of the warranty support

this powerbank is their updated version of their old PowerCore 20100 amazon.co.uk/dp/…Q6K which was rock solid for years.

In the end it will come down to brand preference. I trust Anker more than RavPower but that doesn't mean I'm right and you're wrong - it's my preference and because I've dealt with Anker since they made batteries for phones (I had one in my LG G3 7 years ago)
Both offer an 18-month warranty. I haven’t had any cause to contact RAVPower thus far to test how good their customer service is?

Just read the supplied warranty card for a different RAVPower product (car charger) and it mentions an extra 12-month warranty extension when you register your product online. So, 18-months + 12-months = 30-months on a product costing a mere £5.29.
Edited by: "cheekster" 4th Mar
The Anker one is about 100 grams lighter than the rav power one relevent for air travel/backpacking.
tompringle04/03/2020 19:21

The Anker one is about 100 grams lighter than the rav power one relevent …The Anker one is about 100 grams lighter than the rav power one relevent for air travel/backpacking.


Edit: this is fine for plane travel, I was mistaken.
Edited by: "naski666" 5th Mar
mman200503/03/2020 19:58

£32.99 when I apply the above discount code at checkout


Click the HUKD "Get deal" link above.
It will take you to the item on Amazon. On the item on Amazon, click the Voucher to apply the £8 voucher.
Below that, you will see a "Promotion". Click on that to select another £7 off.
Don't worry if the total doesn't update on the side panel. For me it stays at £39.99.
Click "Buy Now" or "Add to Basket" and you will see the price is £24.99.40046577-eaUWq.jpg
NotAnonymous05/03/2020 11:19

Click the HUKD "Get deal" link above.It will take you to the item on …Click the HUKD "Get deal" link above.It will take you to the item on Amazon. On the item on Amazon, click the Voucher to apply the £8 voucher.Below that, you will see a "Promotion". Click on that to select another £7 off.Don't worry if the total doesn't update on the side panel. For me it stays at £39.99.Click "Buy Now" or "Add to Basket" and you will see the price is £24.99.[Image]


Thank you
tompringle05/03/2020 10:25

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That is not correct, I had an Anker PB over 20,000 and travelled all over the world with it for years. So long as it had the safety info stating the capacity I was fine. I can't remember what the limit is but it's quite high.
>>Can't go wrong with Anker!<<
My Anker E1 massively reduced capacity after maybe 80 to 100 cycles in maybe 14 months (unfortunately this was a while ago and I hadn't clocked I might have been able to get it sorted under warranty.)
Something like 1.8ah from a listed capacity of 5.2ah (though the former at 5v and latter at 3.7v - but that's still way worse than it should have had.)
As per usual. DOSE NOT DELIVER TO NORTHERN IRELAND.
NotAnonymous05/03/2020 11:19

Click the HUKD "Get deal" link above.It will take you to the item on …Click the HUKD "Get deal" link above.It will take you to the item on Amazon. On the item on Amazon, click the Voucher to apply the £8 voucher.Below that, you will see a "Promotion". Click on that to select another £7 off.Don't worry if the total doesn't update on the side panel. For me it stays at £39.99.Click "Buy Now" or "Add to Basket" and you will see the price is £24.99.[Image]


Hi , unfortunately is doesnt work.. 32.99 is final price thats coming up
smughal05/03/2020 15:50

Hi , unfortunately is doesnt work.. 32.99 is final price thats coming up …Hi , unfortunately is doesnt work.. 32.99 is final price thats coming up


Same
tompringle05/03/2020 10:25

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Sorry this is not correct. The limit is 100Wh and I have a pack @ 26800mAh which comes in at 99.16Wh and is capable for travel in hand luggage without airline approval.

The worldwide standard I’ve seen is 100Wh for every airline I’ve checked.
Edited by: "LuredGondola" 5th Mar
LuredGondola05/03/2020 17:13

Sorry this is not correct. The limit is 100Wh and I have a pack @ 26800mAh …Sorry this is not correct. The limit is 100Wh and I have a pack @ 26800mAh which comes in at 99.16Wh and is capable for travel in hand luggage without airline approval.The worldwide standard I’ve seen is 100Wh for every airline I’ve checked.


I think you are correct. I have taken a 26,000mAh on a flight without any issue
Thanks for posting; we have added your thread to the Highlights section
Thanks, although I tried to get this for 24.99 and just just seem to work
jimmylibre05/03/2020 22:31

Thanks, although I tried to get this for 24.99 and just just seem to work


Don't worry, I have one it's ok but I wouldn't write home about it
Anker products are good quality, Im using their car usb plug and Qi charging pad both with iPhone 11 and they are great, cant fault them.
Does anyone know if this is capable of charging a MS Surface pro 7 vi usb C?
smughal05/03/2020 15:50

Hi , unfortunately is doesnt work.. 32.99 is final price thats coming up …Hi , unfortunately is doesnt work.. 32.99 is final price thats coming up



Down to £26.99 without the messing around, for those who couldn't get the voucher and promotion working. Still a good price IMO.
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