Anker PowerCore Speed 20000 QC £23.19 Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Anker PowerCore Speed 20000 QC £23.19 Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 13th Jul 2017
Anker PowerCore Speed 20000 QC, Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 Portable Charger with Power IQ, 20000 mAh Power Bank for Samsung, iPhone, iPad and More
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Just a quick note - if it's exactly 20000mAh you can take it on a plane. 1 mAh more and it may be too large a capacity for airlines, e.g. First Choice.
I'm looking for something smaller, around 10000, any suggestions?
woldranger

I'm looking for something smaller, around 10000, any suggestions?


Cut it in half and give one half to a friend or the wife:D
Is the 10000mah / 13000mah one the most you can stuff into the jacket without it weighing you down?
Thank you, have been waiting for a deal on an external charger / power bank
What is the advantage of having a powerbank specifically with a USB C port
Is that RRP another amazon joke is or is it a genuine saving??
woldranger

I'm looking for something smaller, around 10000, any suggestions?



amazon.co.uk/d/M…3JV
You can Prime day is over.... price creep on Amazon is on the upward slope
Siddas

Is that RRP another amazon joke is or is it a genuine saving??



Don't think it's ever been higher than £30

techadvisor.co.uk/rev…76/
Is this better than the 20100 that was on offer on Prime day? I got that one no rush so a few days until it is delivered, wondering if this is better and to cancel the original? Anyone know pluses and minus of both of them?
joshtbh

Just a quick note - if it's exactly 20000mAh you can take it on a plane. … Just a quick note - if it's exactly 20000mAh you can take it on a plane. 1 mAh more and it may be too large a capacity for airlines, e.g. First Choice.


That is a very interesting comment. Do you know of a link to airlines' policies on this?
audin46 m ago

https://www.amazon.co.uk/d/Mobile-Phone-Chargers/Anker-PowerCore-Qualcomm-Charge-Portable-Samsung-iPhone/B01JIYWUBA/ref=pd_sim_107_6?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=KZ1ME9PTTXV1DSTA73JV

That's not coming up as a hyperlink and the app won't let me copy it for some reason
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Siddas1 h, 0 m ago

Is that RRP another amazon joke is or is it a genuine saving??


Average price about £35 so RRP should be ignored. Anything near £20 for 20000mAh is very good, especially Anker.
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**NB. This is an Amazon lightning deal; 39% claimed; 26mins left **
Edited by: "Musicrab" 13th Jul 2017
Siddas

Is that RRP another amazon joke is or is it a genuine saving??



its normally jump between £30-40 but they pull the d*ck move of increasing it to £70 two weeks before the sale
Bought one, thanks

Voted hot
I have replaced my order of the 20100 with this one. Thanks OP.
fish323

That is a very interesting comment. Do you know of a link to airlines' … That is a very interesting comment. Do you know of a link to airlines' policies on this?


not got a link i'm afraid, in my case I contacted first choice directly who confirmed to me that 20aH is the maximum allowed powerbank. Could be different for different airlines perhaps.
joshtbh6 m ago

not got a link i'm afraid, in my case I contacted first choice directly …not got a link i'm afraid, in my case I contacted first choice directly who confirmed to me that 20aH is the maximum allowed powerbank. Could be different for different airlines perhaps.


You are talking about cabin luggage right? Is there any issue with putting it in the hold luggage?
Expired or price gone up
octopus

You are talking about cabin luggage right? Is there any issue with … You are talking about cabin luggage right? Is there any issue with putting it in the hold luggage?


Completely banned to put l-ion in the hold.
Quicklite3 h, 22 m ago

Is the 10000mah / 13000mah one the most you can stuff into the jacket …Is the 10000mah / 13000mah one the most you can stuff into the jacket without it weighing you down?


I bought a 20000mah one which was ~400g and was too heavy to lug around IMO. Then bought this one: CLICK which is advertised at 240g but it actually weighs over 250g and does not feel that much lighter than the previous one in my bag. Its a shame that capacity is directly proportional to weight
fish323

Completely banned to put l-ion in the hold.


Not entirely true

British Airways
do allow Power Banks up to a certain capacity
Cancelled my order and will be looking for something smaller around 10000
octopus

Not entirely trueBritish Airways do allow Power Banks up to a certain … Not entirely trueBritish Airways do allow Power Banks up to a certain capacity



They are not allowed in hold. Only in hand luggage.
I ordered on prime day 20100 22.99 should come today
joshtbh6 h, 47 m ago

Just a quick note - if it's exactly 20000mAh you can take it on a plane. …Just a quick note - if it's exactly 20000mAh you can take it on a plane. 1 mAh more and it may be too large a capacity for airlines, e.g. First Choice.

​humm I thought most uk airlines had a limit of under 100Wh per person for hand luggage as long as its sealed unit.
octopus

Not entirely trueBritish Airways do allow Power Banks up to a certain … Not entirely trueBritish Airways do allow Power Banks up to a certain capacity



In the cabin, only in device batteries are allowed in the hold.

qwerty9

humm I thought most uk airlines had a limit of under 100Wh per person … humm I thought most uk airlines had a limit of under 100Wh per person for hand luggage as long as its sealed unit.



It's a difficult one, because you don't know what voltage they'd use to calculate the Wh. Potentially it could be more than 100Wh.
nublets2k

In the cabin, only in device batteries are allowed in the hold. It's a … In the cabin, only in device batteries are allowed in the hold. It's a difficult one, because you don't know what voltage they'd use to calculate the Wh. Potentially it could be more than 100Wh.



I think it is industry practice to consider the capacity in terms of the 3.7V cells rather than the 5V output, classical marketing "overstatement"
bytemaster

I think it is industry practice to consider the capacity in terms of the … I think it is industry practice to consider the capacity in terms of the 3.7V cells rather than the 5V output, classical marketing "overstatement"



Actually it's 4.2v for the individual cells as they're Panasonic 18650bs, but they're in a set of series and parallel bringing it up to at least 8.4v (they may use higher to cover QC). They'll then use a buck convertor to get the right voltage.

If they calculate Wh using the individual cell voltage it's 84Wh, if they use the true voltage of the cells it's at least 168Wh.

The marketing thing is a bit bs, as 20Ah is ~17Ah at 5v.
£69.99?! Get lost, Amazon X)
Received mine today, it's bloody enormous. Might return it.
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