Anker® 2nd Gen Astro E4 13000mAh USB Charger with PowerIQ™ - £21.99 Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Anker® 2nd Gen Astro E4 13000mAh USB Charger with PowerIQ™ - £21.99 Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 30th Sep 2014
Same price as Anker® 2nd Gen Astro E3 10000mAh Portable Power Bank Pack External Battery USB Charger with PowerIQ™ but the Astro E4 has 13000mAh

Technical Details
PowerIQ™ technology maximizes compatibility with Android, Apple or other devices by enabling charge speeds of up to 3 amps.
Huge 13000mAh capacity charges an iPhone 5s almost 6 times, a Galaxy S5 over 3 times or an iPad Air once.
Compact profile, sleek gloss exterior and intuitive design combine for comfortable palm-held use, with one touch LED power meter and built-in LED flashlight.
LG Grade A cells and premium chips ensure reliability and safety, supplying 500+ recharge cycles over a lifetime. Use a 2 amp adapter (not included) and the included Micro USB cable for fastest charging (6.5 hours).
Package contents: Anker® 2nd Generation Astro E4 External Battery, Micro USB cable, travel pouch, welcome guide, 18-month hassle-free warranty.

39 Comments

Wow that's allot of capacity have some heat! No wonder sainsburys are selling 1800 ones for £3

Can highly recommend Anker's customer service their approach is totally customer focused, had a faulty 40w charger one was sent out within 24hrs at no extra charge and they didn't even expect me to send the old one back.

True they have the best customer service.

That is some gadget - heat

how long would this power the new raspberry pi you reckon? Heat added the 3amps is quite substantial.

lewissymonds

how long would this power the new raspberry pi you reckon? Heat added the … how long would this power the new raspberry pi you reckon? Heat added the 3amps is quite substantial.



According to the raspberry pi forum, one fellow managed to run a pi for 17 hours off a 10,000 mah battery. Apparently it draws around 600mah an hour. So i'd say maybe 24 hours?

raspberrypi.org/for…216

I've got the 1st gen one. What's the difference between the two?

laptop manufacturers need to take notes

Ordered!

does it work with an iPod 5 ?

Shame it doesn't work on LG G2, but heat added nonetheless.

LAM09

Shame it doesn't work on LG G2, but heat added nonetheless.



If the LG G2 is charged from a 5v source (like a micro USB) then I can't see why it won't charge it.

Does the LG G2 have any special charging requirement???
Edited by: "knobbly" 5th Oct 2014

Love my old version of this very same item. It's come in so handy when out and about and there's no wall sockets nearby. It's like having a wall socket in your bag

Very tempted to get this as it's got higher ampage outputs and a fantastic price. Definitely recommended

Ordered a few hours before seeing this, how weird. But yes, great deal and I have heard these are the best portable chargers around. And for those wondering, the 2nd gen version is a great upgrade due to a better design and the new technology within which allows it to determine the voltage needed based on the device, for efficient and the most quick charging

najim95ali

I've got the 1st gen one. What's the difference between the two?



Main difference other than the physical design is that where the old one had a 1A and a 2A output, this one has 2 "IQ" outputs which will automatically feed the highest ampage your device can take, up to 3A, so it charges your devices quicker. Not a major upgrade if you've got the old one though IMO.

should work with the g2 I just foud the g2 will charge in computer mode with is slower but if u open it up and solder the 2 data pins together it will make most modern phones charge at the higher rate

Will this charge my HTC One, Samsung Galaxy S3 and Panasonic Lumix camera?

How long does the battery hold power without using?

what's the 2 amp adapter mentioned in the description?

does anyone know how many times this will recharge a nexus5 and any experience of charging speed with this phone?

It charges my iPhone 5S 0% to 100% up to 3.5-4 times. It uses something called IQ which allows super fast charging. Great device

How does this compare with the swees?
amazon.co.uk/gp/…rue

Much cheaper and only 1000mah differance

Why don't these come with an adapter? My phone didn't even have one. Ridiculous..

Anker is a topclass company when it comes to battery packs. heat added. no compromise

Apart from the auto-sensing ports, in what way is this better than amazon.co.uk/Tec…e_3?

Nice gadget from a great company. Heat.

Anker products and customer serv is really good

DrSpook

Apart from the auto-sensing ports, in what way is this better than … Apart from the auto-sensing ports, in what way is this better than http://www.amazon.co.uk/TeckNet%C2%AE-15000mAh-Lightning-Sensation-Blackberry/dp/B00FAU7ZB2/ref=pd_cp_ce_3?



It's a couple of pounds cheaper and backed by some pretty good customer service?

28081947

Can highly recommend Anker's customer service their approach is totally … Can highly recommend Anker's customer service their approach is totally customer focused, had a faulty 40w charger one was sent out within 24hrs at no extra charge and they didn't even expect me to send the old one back.



I had exactly the same positive experience with them. Mine was a faulty 25W which they replaced with a new one which was still a bit problematic so they replaced it with a 40W one but didn't want the others back. They even contacted me on Amazon and by phone afterwards to make sure I was happy. Very surprising in this day and age to get that kind of service and they are European based which is nice. Would definitely deal with these guys over some nondescript Chinese manufacturer.

bought. I have their 5-way charger, it makes some odd noises but does the job well.

DrSpook

bought. I have their 5-way charger, it makes some odd noises but does … bought. I have their 5-way charger, it makes some odd noises but does the job well.



Drop them an email and they'll send you a new one. My 40w has no more squeals or squeaks as the 25W ones did. I'd put their support on a par with my experiences with Logitech which is a serious compliment from me.

Use mine with my HTC one and it's brilliant. Charges it around 4 or 5 times on a single charge.

Thanks ordered

Does anyone know why it won't charge a galaxy tab2? Would the easy acc ones charge a galaxy tab2? Was just about to order wheb I noticed the list of devices it wouldn't charge.

28081947

Can highly recommend Anker's customer service their approach is totally … Can highly recommend Anker's customer service their approach is totally customer focused, had a faulty 40w charger one was sent out within 24hrs at no extra charge and they didn't even expect me to send the old one back.



Exactly the same with me, had a faulty 6000mah and they just sent another one out NQA. Great customer service!

What's wrong with this one???

amazon.co.uk/150…000

Aside from the above being better "bang for buck"

ie: It's £0.0016915384615385/mA

vs £0.0019993333333333/mA

So the 15000mAH, should cost £25.37 to get the same "bang for buck, instead of £29.99" ???And if this deal cost the same per mA as the 15,000mAH one it would cost £25.99????

Otherwise, why not get the 15000mAh one??

Tl;dr, why not get the higher capacity charger?
Edited by: "waqasahmed" 6th Oct 2014

I purchased one of these a few weeks ago when it was down to £19.99 with a promotion code. Took delivery last week but returned it as I found it too big and weighty. I was hoping to carry it around in my pocket. Having said all that, I must confess it does look very sturdy and well built. I've used Anker before and have found their products to be of very high quality. Brilliant as well with their customer service.

Does anyone know how long these power banks themselves take to charge? Assuming you are using a wall charger

? Can anyone clarify re the LG G2 comments on here?

- Seems odd it won't charge it???

Thanks...,

jonnybravo

Does anyone know how long these power banks themselves take to charge? … Does anyone know how long these power banks themselves take to charge? Assuming you are using a wall charger



depends on the output of the wall charger, a 2 amp charger takes roughly 5/6 hours
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