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Anker PowerCore Slim 10000 PD, 10000mAh Portable Charger USB-C £23.99 Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Anker PowerCore Slim 10000 PD, 10000mAh Portable Charger USB-C £23.99 Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Posted 15th Oct 2019

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PowerCore Slim 10000 PD

The Ultra-Slim 18W Power Delivery Portable Charger

Power Delivery Supporting Devices:

-iPhone XS, XS Max, XR, X, 8 Plus, 8, iPad Pro 2018

-Galaxy S10/S10+/S10e, Google Pixel, Nexus 6P

Specs:

Recharging Time: 3.5 hours (with 18W USB PD charger & USB-C to C cable)

USB-C Input (PD): DC 5V=3A, 9V=2A, 15V=1.2A; USB-C Output (PD): DC 5V=3A, 9V=2A, 15V=1.2A; USB Output : DC 5V=2.4A; Total Power Output: 18W
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d100154115/10/2019 23:10

No idea why getting hot, tecknet version which includes cables is £10 less



Because this is a deal and it’s a deals website/app.

Plenty of TV’s that are currently hot yet you can certainly buy cheaper, same with cars “don’t know why that BMW deal is hot when you can just buy a Renault...”
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plewis0016/10/2019 07:55

Then that’s your prerogative. It’s twice the price, and Tecknet does fit in …Then that’s your prerogative. It’s twice the price, and Tecknet does fit into the same class of manufacturer, in my opinion, that is RAVPower, Aukey, Poweradd, UGREEN, etc and Anker - eg brands that don’t have fake reviews and only sell on Amazon. Anker is good but look hard and you’ll find the same issues from customers that you find with others. The Tecknet uses proper quality cells and even the other day there was a Griffin 20000mAh USB PD power bank for £16.If the Anker here was £15-18 it would be ok.


Having tried them all (except Ugreen), I have to disagree. Anker is a definite step up from Ravpower, Tecknet and Aukey. I would happily pay a bit more and buy Anker over any of the other brands mentioned. Ravpower and Tecknet cannot even manage to put a manufacturer seal on their products, meaning you have no idea if you are getting a new product, a refurb or a customer return. Anker at least factory seals all of their products and declares refurbed items as such. All the Anker products I have purchased have arrived working perfectly except for one pair of headphones and they were replaced within 48 hours by Anker's own CS. Didn't even need to get Amazon involved in it.

Aukey and Ravpower products have arrived defective, not up to described spec and it has been difficult to get support from the manufacturer. Had to get a refund through Amazon in the end. A ravpower battery for the Sony A6300 arrived bulging and looking ready to burst.

Also Anker dont just sell on Amazon. My local PC repair store is an Anker stockist and you can get any Anker product from them. Argos and Currys sell Anker products. Scan and Mymemory are also online retailers for Anker products.


argos.co.uk/sea…ker

anker.com/whe…buy

Lastly, feedback. I have posted negative feedback for all the above manufacturers inc. Anker when the headphones arrived defective. Anker simply apologised and asked me to contact them to arrange a new one to be sent out. Aukey and Ravpower have offered a new item in exchange for me taking my negative review down. That really speaks volumes about how Aukey/Ravpower operate and their ethical practices. Put me off buying anything from such sort of traders.

So no, the manufacturers you listed are not anywhere near Anker in quality, scale, customer support or class of manufacturer. I would pay more for a trusted manufacturer like Anker, especially when it comes to flammable electronics and lithium batteries in my home.
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Thanks for this. Don’t know if anyone knows but if you have a 50% charged iPhone XS, will this fully charge it in roughly 30 minutes?
androidavis15/10/2019 19:40

Thanks for this. Don’t know if anyone knows but if you have a 50% charged i …Thanks for this. Don’t know if anyone knows but if you have a 50% charged iPhone XS, will this fully charge it in roughly 30 minutes?


No it takes about 30 mins for first 50% the second 50% takes over an hour, if your phone is already about 0% the higher it is the slower it will charge.
toonsquirel15/10/2019 19:49

No it takes about 30 mins for first 50% the second 50% takes over an hour, …No it takes about 30 mins for first 50% the second 50% takes over an hour, if your phone is already about 0% the higher it is the slower it will charge.


Thanks Toonsquirel
No idea why getting hot, tecknet version which includes cables is £10 less
d100154115/10/2019 23:10

No idea why getting hot, tecknet version which includes cables is £10 less



Because this is a deal and it’s a deals website/app.

Plenty of TV’s that are currently hot yet you can certainly buy cheaper, same with cars “don’t know why that BMW deal is hot when you can just buy a Renault...”
ecsrobin16/10/2019 00:02

Because this is a deal and it’s a deals website/app. Plenty of TV’s that ar …Because this is a deal and it’s a deals website/app. Plenty of TV’s that are currently hot yet you can certainly buy cheaper, same with cars “don’t know why that BMW deal is hot when you can just buy a Renault...”


Don’t get all defensive. He’s got a valid point. It’s obviously not the same as a TV or car which have wildly different specs so that’s a silly analogy... Both power banks charge a phone at the same rate, with the same capacity and are high-tier manufacturers.
d100154115/10/2019 23:10

No idea why getting hot, tecknet version which includes cables is £10 less


Totally agree.
plewis0016/10/2019 01:22

Don’t get all defensive. He’s got a valid point. It’s obviously not the sam …Don’t get all defensive. He’s got a valid point. It’s obviously not the same as a TV or car which have wildly different specs so that’s a silly analogy... Both power banks charge a phone at the same rate, with the same capacity and are high-tier manufacturers.


Looking at the specs the anker is better, check the voltage and current of the 2.
ecsrobin16/10/2019 06:47

Looking at the specs the anker is better, check the voltage and current of …Looking at the specs the anker is better, check the voltage and current of the 2.


They’re both 18W USB C PD charge capable - what are you talking about?
plewis0016/10/2019 01:22

Don’t get all defensive. He’s got a valid point. It’s obviously not the sam …Don’t get all defensive. He’s got a valid point. It’s obviously not the same as a TV or car which have wildly different specs so that’s a silly analogy... Both power banks charge a phone at the same rate, with the same capacity and are high-tier manufacturers.


Is tecknet a high tier manufacturer? It looks like they don't manufacture their own stuff for starters, they're just a middle man. For seconds they're not big, looks like they do tens of thousands of pounds of business a year.

Having had bad experiences with even fairly well trusted companies like RAVpower I'd rather go with Anker.
Edited by: "CampGareth" 16th Oct 2019
CampGareth16/10/2019 07:44

Is tecknet a high tier manufacturer? It looks like they don't manufacture …Is tecknet a high tier manufacturer? It looks like they don't manufacture their own stuff for starters, they're just a middle man. For seconds they're not big, looks like they do tens of thousands of pounds of business a year. Having had bad experiences with even fairly well trusted companies like RAVpower I'd rather go with Anker.


Then that’s your prerogative. It’s twice the price, and Tecknet does fit into the same class of manufacturer, in my opinion, that is RAVPower, Aukey, Poweradd, UGREEN, etc and Anker - eg brands that don’t have fake reviews and only sell on Amazon. Anker is good but look hard and you’ll find the same issues from customers that you find with others. The Tecknet uses proper quality cells and even the other day there was a Griffin 20000mAh USB PD power bank for £16.

If the Anker here was £15-18 it would be ok.
It seems like this is quite a bit lighter and slimmer than the tecknet one
Anker one doesn't support Qualcomm quick charge doesn't come with a usb C to C cable. Save yourself £11
Edited by: "d1001541" 16th Oct 2019
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plewis0016/10/2019 07:55

Then that’s your prerogative. It’s twice the price, and Tecknet does fit in …Then that’s your prerogative. It’s twice the price, and Tecknet does fit into the same class of manufacturer, in my opinion, that is RAVPower, Aukey, Poweradd, UGREEN, etc and Anker - eg brands that don’t have fake reviews and only sell on Amazon. Anker is good but look hard and you’ll find the same issues from customers that you find with others. The Tecknet uses proper quality cells and even the other day there was a Griffin 20000mAh USB PD power bank for £16.If the Anker here was £15-18 it would be ok.


Having tried them all (except Ugreen), I have to disagree. Anker is a definite step up from Ravpower, Tecknet and Aukey. I would happily pay a bit more and buy Anker over any of the other brands mentioned. Ravpower and Tecknet cannot even manage to put a manufacturer seal on their products, meaning you have no idea if you are getting a new product, a refurb or a customer return. Anker at least factory seals all of their products and declares refurbed items as such. All the Anker products I have purchased have arrived working perfectly except for one pair of headphones and they were replaced within 48 hours by Anker's own CS. Didn't even need to get Amazon involved in it.

Aukey and Ravpower products have arrived defective, not up to described spec and it has been difficult to get support from the manufacturer. Had to get a refund through Amazon in the end. A ravpower battery for the Sony A6300 arrived bulging and looking ready to burst.

Also Anker dont just sell on Amazon. My local PC repair store is an Anker stockist and you can get any Anker product from them. Argos and Currys sell Anker products. Scan and Mymemory are also online retailers for Anker products.


argos.co.uk/sea…ker

anker.com/whe…buy

Lastly, feedback. I have posted negative feedback for all the above manufacturers inc. Anker when the headphones arrived defective. Anker simply apologised and asked me to contact them to arrange a new one to be sent out. Aukey and Ravpower have offered a new item in exchange for me taking my negative review down. That really speaks volumes about how Aukey/Ravpower operate and their ethical practices. Put me off buying anything from such sort of traders.

So no, the manufacturers you listed are not anywhere near Anker in quality, scale, customer support or class of manufacturer. I would pay more for a trusted manufacturer like Anker, especially when it comes to flammable electronics and lithium batteries in my home.
Will this safely charge my 2019 Nintendo Switch?
liamaustin7v16/10/2019 15:34

Will this safely charge my 2019 Nintendo Switch?


The Amazon listing says 'Will charge Nintendo Switch but does not support "Charge-and-Play" in TV mode.'
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