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Anker PowerCore Select 12W 10000mAh Portable Power Bank with PowerIQ, £12.34 delivered from My Memory
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Anker PowerCore Select 12W 10000mAh Portable Power Bank with PowerIQ, £12.34 delivered from My Memory

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Posted 9th Feb

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Update 1
Deal back on, now slightly cheaper at £12.34 delivered with code VCLOUD5
Update - £1 cheaper now, thank you Brutes.

Those without TCB can use the voucher to get it for £13.24, thank you Brutes for the code. Better saving with TCB. Basic, but small and reliable brand.

The PowerCore Select 10,000mAh Power Bank from Anker can charge up to 2 devices simultaneously and includes Power IQ for intuitive high speed charging.
  • 10000mAh
  • 2.4A Total Output
  • Provides 23+ Hours of Extra Power
  • Large capacity in a portable form
  • 2 USB Ports

Fast Charging Technology
Exclusive to Anker, PowerIQ ensures your devices charge at a high speed 12w.

Small Size, Big Power
An astonishingly compact portable charger that provides 2.5 charges for Galaxy S10, or 2.4 for iPhone XS. Recharges in 5.5 hours with a 5V/2A charger.

2.4A Output
Provides enough power to simultaneously charge any two devices at full speed.

Box Contents1 x Anker PowerCore Select 12W 2.4A 10,000mAh Portable Power Bank with Power IQ
1 x Micro USB Charging Cable
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I've never trusted Anker since I posted a bad review after a product failed after a few months. They offered me a replacement AND a refund - great customer service I thought! Then they sent me detailed instructions on how to change my bad review to a good one. Felt a bit like they'd tried to bribe me and wondered how many of the good reviews they got were originally bad ones.
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No USB C output?
Seems expensive for such a low charge rate.
Reiko909/02/2020 21:21

Seems expensive for such a low charge rate.


As I said in the description, this is a basic power bank. The pros: very reliable PB, very portable, holds charge.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 9th Feb
RRP of £23.99 us ridiculous considering you can get a 20000-+mAh for that.
BeerGoggles10/02/2020 18:02

RRP of £23.99 us ridiculous considering you can get a 20000-+mAh for that.


Yes, you can 20000 for even £10. It is about reliability and how true the specs are. £24 is the price since years ago, this comes often at £15 and under. May look expensive for what it is, but it's a good one.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 10th Feb
No mini usb?
I've never trusted Anker since I posted a bad review after a product failed after a few months. They offered me a replacement AND a refund - great customer service I thought! Then they sent me detailed instructions on how to change my bad review to a good one. Felt a bit like they'd tried to bribe me and wondered how many of the good reviews they got were originally bad ones.
androidavis10/02/2020 18:16

No mini usb?


Oldish power bank, was invented before usb c . Just a good, basic reliable power bank.
SiB12310/02/2020 18:39

I've never trusted Anker since I posted a bad review after a product …I've never trusted Anker since I posted a bad review after a product failed after a few months. They offered me a replacement AND a refund - great customer service I thought! Then they sent me detailed instructions on how to change my bad review to a good one. Felt a bit like they'd tried to bribe me and wondered how many of the good reviews they got were originally bad ones.


A bit naughty. Never had problems with Anker, Aukey, Tecknet or Ravpower.
sheffield78810/02/2020 18:59

Oldish power bank, was invented before usb c . Just a good, basic …Oldish power bank, was invented before usb c . Just a good, basic reliable power bank.


No worries. I thought I would find a random feature that the product does not have and then ask if it comes with that feature on the thread
androidavis10/02/2020 19:04

No worries. I thought I would find a random feature that the product does …No worries. I thought I would find a random feature that the product does not have and then ask if it comes with that feature on the thread


I am expecting others to ask too, as this has gone hotter that it should have been. Good but basic, nothing special.
Thank you for posting. We have added this thread to the Highlights section
MarioMan09/02/2020 20:27

No USB C output?


Why would you need a USB C port? It charges from the wall via micro USB port & has 2x output USB ports that you'd put whatever output cable you want into (be that USB C, micro USB, any other you want.)
HitmanPetey10/02/2020 21:00

Why would you need a USB C port? It charges from the wall via micro USB …Why would you need a USB C port? It charges from the wall via micro USB port & has 2x output USB ports that you'd put whatever output cable you want into (be that USB C, micro USB, any other you want.)


Ohhhhhh yeahhhhh.
I feel so stupid.

I can put a USB to USB C wire and charge my phone?

But will it do the Fast Charge?
MarioMan10/02/2020 21:25

Ohhhhhh yeahhhhh.I feel so stupid. I can put a USB to USB C wire and …Ohhhhhh yeahhhhh.I feel so stupid. I can put a USB to USB C wire and charge my phone?But will it do the Fast Charge?



No fast charge. It's a low end power bank for a very average price. It'll go hot because Anker + HUKD as usual
HitmanPetey10/02/2020 21:00

Why would you need a USB C port? It charges from the wall via micro USB …Why would you need a USB C port? It charges from the wall via micro USB port & has 2x output USB ports that you'd put whatever output cable you want into (be that USB C, micro USB, any other you want.)



You're just converting an older USB-A connector to a USB-C, which means you can't use any of the native features USB-C has.

Then again this can't even support the most basic Power Delivery amount required on USB-C, so no loss really. Just buy a better power bank to begin with if you want them.
nomnomnomnom10/02/2020 22:59

No fast charge. It's a low end power bank for a very average price. It'll …No fast charge. It's a low end power bank for a very average price. It'll go hot because Anker + HUKD as usual You're just converting an older USB-A connector to a USB-C, which means you can't use any of the native features USB-C has.Then again this can't even support the most basic Power Delivery amount required on USB-C, so no loss really. Just buy a better power bank to begin with if you want them.


Absolute rubbish.
MarioMan10/02/2020 21:25

Ohhhhhh yeahhhhh.I feel so stupid. I can put a USB to USB C wire and …Ohhhhhh yeahhhhh.I feel so stupid. I can put a USB to USB C wire and charge my phone?But will it do the Fast Charge?


Yes, it has Power IQ which is a feature that will detect that your phone is able to 'fast charge', I've got a 20,000 mAh battery pack from Anker & it's fast charging works great for my Galaxy S9.
HitmanPetey10/02/2020 23:05

Absolute rubbish.



Which bit?

HitmanPetey10/02/2020 23:07

Yes, it has Power IQ which is a feature that will detect that your phone …Yes, it has Power IQ which is a feature that will detect that your phone is able to 'fast charge', I've got a 20,000 mAh battery pack from Anker & it's fast charging works great for my Galaxy S9.



Power IQ is little more than marketing. It's limited to a pitiful 12W (5v at 2.4A). It's slower than any modern fast charge, like QuickCharge or USB-C PD.

We seem to go through this in every few threads. 5V@ 2.4A is rather pointless, as almost no phone will pull that, which makes Power IQ even more irrelevant.

If it's not QuickCharge, USB-C PD, or at least Power IQ 2 (which is just a collection of other standards anyway), then it's not any faster than the 8 year old 12W charger Apple was shipping in 2012. If you're happy with this, then great. I didn't say this was a bad buy - it's just nothing special. Old tech, from a known brand for an okay price. If that's your thing, then cool.

Buying better doesn't cost much more though...
nomnomnomnom11/02/2020 00:29

Which bit? Power IQ is little more than marketing. It's limited …Which bit? Power IQ is little more than marketing. It's limited to a pitiful 12W (5v at 2.4A). It's slower than any modern fast charge, like QuickCharge or USB-C PD.We seem to go through this in every few threads. 5V@ 2.4A is rather pointless, as almost no phone will pull that, which makes Power IQ even more irrelevant.If it's not QuickCharge, USB-C PD, or at least Power IQ 2 (which is just a collection of other standards anyway), then it's not any faster than the 8 year old 12W charger Apple was shipping in 2012. If you're happy with this, then great. I didn't say this was a bad buy - it's just nothing special. Old tech, from a known brand for an okay price. If that's your thing, then cool.Buying better doesn't cost much more though...


I agree with you, this is why I mentioned in description and in my comments it is a basic and old tech, but reliable.
You can get more for this price now. The question is if you need that more and also if what you buy is reliable and the specs provided are real. I am sure there are some good PB there, but when you see a 20,000 mAh PB for under £10, you probably have to ask yourself if what it claims is real.
However, this got hotter than expected and I really much doubt it one person got it from this deal. Is either who have this already voted or others just follow the rest.
I do believe this should come down in price to £10 by now, there is a lot of competition out there.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 11th Feb
for this price i am expecting to get 15,000+ mAh
pantaiema11/02/2020 13:27

for this price i am expecting to get 15,000+ mAh


I've paid £10 for this a year ago, was coming often at that price. Strangely enough, you would expect to drop in price, however was not close to £10 since a very long time ago.
I've had like 4 or 5 anker powerbanks and they all seem to die just after the warranty period ends. I've had 2 replacements too, doesn't instil confidence in me anymore
Paid £2 less than this last week for the same capacity in another brand.
But with Quick Charge 3, USB-PD and (slow) wireless charging built in. Anker are just banking on people buying for their name these days...
@sheffield788 , VCLOUD5 makes is £14.24, Every little helps.
Brutes12/02/2020 07:58

@sheffield788 , VCLOUD5 makes is £14.24, Every little helps.


Thank you! I may add it in description rather than putting it as a code, as may invalidate TCB for those who have it and it is cheaper with TCB. Thanks a lot!
sheffield78812/02/2020 09:24

Thank you! I may add it in description rather than putting it as a code, …Thank you! I may add it in description rather than putting it as a code, as may invalidate TCB for those who have it and it is cheaper with TCB. Thanks a lot!


Yeah My pleasure, they're offering 7.24% , again Every little helps...
Can you use these to power things like 5v led light strips do you know?
OFI12/02/2020 00:17

Paid £2 less than this last week for the same capacity in another …Paid £2 less than this last week for the same capacity in another brand.But with Quick Charge 3, USB-PD and (slow) wireless charging built in. Anker are just banking on people buying for their name these days...


Which brand? Link please
Boringgit12/02/2020 21:43

Which brand? Link please


It was on Amazon as:

"AIDEAZ Wireless Power Bank 10000mAh Portable Charger Fast Charge, 18W Power Delivery" (phone won't let me share a link for some reason!)

There was a 50% off voucher at the time, maybe keep an eye out for another. I just browsed through loads of power banks on there looking for ones with silly high voucher discounts. It's a little tedious but you can find some good bargains.
Hitdizzle12/02/2020 21:09

Can you use these to power things like 5v led light strips do you know?


Do you mean the strips such as the RGB (multicolour) Ws2812b ones? I power mine with them and find you need 2A+ for around 100 LEDs
OFI19/02/2020 11:04

Do you mean the strips such as the RGB (multicolour) Ws2812b ones? I power …Do you mean the strips such as the RGB (multicolour) Ws2812b ones? I power mine with them and find you need 2A+ for around 100 LEDs


Yes that’s correct. Thanks for the info!
@sheffield788
It's down to £13.24 with the same code
Brutes23/02/2020 07:36

@sheffield788 It's down to £13.24 with the same code


Thanks, I will change it now.
@sheffield788 now a bit cheaper, updated the post for you
Chanchi3228/02/2020 10:33

@sheffield788 now a bit cheaper, updated the post for you


Thank you!
Usb C output Portable Power Bank Chargers 10000mAh, High Capacity External Battery Packs 2.4 A 2 Ports with USB Type C Compatible for iPhone Samsung Android Mobile Phone Nintendo Switch and Tablets (10000mah) amazon.co.uk/dp/…ZYJ
jr00729/02/2020 03:32

Usb C output Portable Power Bank Chargers 10000mAh, High Capacity External …Usb C output Portable Power Bank Chargers 10000mAh, High Capacity External Battery Packs 2.4 A 2 Ports with USB Type C Compatible for iPhone Samsung Android Mobile Phone Nintendo Switch and Tablets (10000mah) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07QTJDGJ1/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_oSDwEb4NFZZYJ


What's the connection? I posted this because of the brand, there are plenty cheaper power banks than this one, but you can see by the heat generated this is a good one. Also, can't see the usb c output you've mentioned.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 29th Feb
sheffield78829/02/2020 08:59

What's the connection? I posted this because of the brand, there are …What's the connection? I posted this because of the brand, there are plenty cheaper power banks than this one, but you can see by the heat generated this is a good one. Also, can't see the usb c output you've mentioned.


I was responding to someone who asked about usb c which is on the item and has similar capacity while being cheaper.
jr00729/02/2020 12:51

I was responding to someone who asked about usb c which is on the item and …I was responding to someone who asked about usb c which is on the item and has similar capacity while being cheaper.


Sorry, was not posted as a reply, so I thought it is a comment to this. With regards yo the usb c, as far as I am aware, the advantage on the usb c at the one you mentioned is the PB will probably charge quicker via usb c, but will not make a difference in terms of speed when charging your devices, as the usb c port is not input and output.
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