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Anker PowerCore Select 12W 10000mAh Portable Power Bank with PowerIQ, £14.99 delivered My Memory
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Anker PowerCore Select 12W 10000mAh Portable Power Bank with PowerIQ, £14.99 delivered My Memory

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Posted 2nd JanEdited by:"sheffield788"

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£13.90 with Topcashback. Really good power bank at a decent price. Yes, only basic, but from a reliable brand, portable and does the job when you need it.

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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8 Comments
Decent powerbank bought from Mymemory on Black Friday 2018 and still works flawlessly.
Hmm. Bought a 25000mah from Ebay a few months ago with digital display for about £18 so not do sure about this deal. Amazon was selling same model for not much more.
Kulaak02/01/2020 13:01

Hmm. Bought a 25000mah from Ebay a few months ago with digital display for …Hmm. Bought a 25000mah from Ebay a few months ago with digital display for about £18 so not do sure about this deal. Amazon was selling same model for not much more.


There are plenty of deals for bigger capacity and decent price. I've posted this because of the brand, also for portability. If you really search, you can get 25000 mah for £10. Some of them with quite unrealistic specs for the price, such as PD, USB C, etc. The question is how reliable are these.
Anker is one of the most reliable brands available, for me 25000 mah is not good as I like portability and more than likely yours is bulkier.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 2nd Jan
sheffield78802/01/2020 13:13

There are plenty of deals for bigger capacity and decent price. I've …There are plenty of deals for bigger capacity and decent price. I've posted this because of the brand, also for portability. If you really search, you can get 25000 mah for £10. Some of them with quite unrealistic specs for the price, such as PD, USB C, etc. The question is how reliable are these. Anker is one of the most reliable brands available, for me 25000 mah is not good as I like portability and more than likely yours is bulkier.


It is quite bulky but I bought it just for wireless charging. It doesn't go anywhere, just sits around at home. The fact it can do USB etc is a bonus.
I do agree tho' this is a good brand name.
Kulaak02/01/2020 14:13

It is quite bulky but I bought it just for wireless charging. It doesn't …It is quite bulky but I bought it just for wireless charging. It doesn't go anywhere, just sits around at home. The fact it can do USB etc is a bonus.I do agree tho' this is a good brand name.


Thanks! That was my point too. If you keep it at home, portability does not matter. In my case wireless charging does not matter too, as my devices cannot charge wirelessly. I've got the Anker one and is very portable, and particularly good. While it is portable, I still carry with me a 3000 mah instead. I've paid £5 for the 3000 mAh, so if I compare it with this one, the Anker is better value. But I make use of the other one more . So, I guess deals are good on individual circumstances. I paid £10 for my Anker, and that was an excellent price, sadly, it has been over a year since and this one never came back to £10.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 2nd Jan
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this is a better bet. Decent / well reviewed brand, same capacity but has a USB C port that will speed charging the power bank and then up to 18w PD output to charge current phones quickly.
kiranmk202/01/2020 16:39

https://www.amazon.co.uk/UGREEN-10000mAh-Portable-Delivery-Compatible/dp/B07RV19C68/ref=sr_1_11_sspa?keywords=Urgent+pd+power+bank&qid=1577983074&sr=8-11-spons&psc=1&spLa=ZW5jcnlwdGVkUXVhbGlmaWVyPUEzMjAzSzFHNFY5WTQyJmVuY3J5cHRlZElkPUEwMDc2MjIzMzJMSU0zNlFBWkFDMSZlbmNyeXB0ZWRBZElkPUEwMTk3NTU1MVpLTkpPUTRIUDEyNyZ3aWRnZXROYW1lPXNwX2J0ZiZhY3Rpb249Y2xpY2tSZWRpcmVjdCZkb05vdExvZ0NsaWNrPXRydWU=this is a better bet. Decent / well reviewed brand, same capacity but has a USB C port that will speed charging the power bank and then up to 18w PD output to charge current phones quickly.


It seems UGREEN brand is becoming more popular lately. Do not have any products from them yet so do not know how reliable these are. On paper, the specs on Ugreen are better and the price is good. At the moment I will continue to stick with Anker, Aukey, Ravpower or Tecknet, but this is a brand to keep an eye on it.
I think may worth to post a deal on that one, seems good for the price.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 2nd Jan
I bought a UGREEN Qi pad a few months ago after seeing good reviews on here. Has worked without issue and doesn’t get hot so I am willing to trust the brand going forwards.
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