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Aukey 20000mAh Power Bank - Quick Charge 3.0 / Lightning & Micro USB Input - £19.99 Delivered For All - Sold by Fance / Dispatched by Amazon
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Aukey 20000mAh Power Bank - Quick Charge 3.0 / Lightning & Micro USB Input - £19.99 Delivered For All - Sold by Fance / Dispatched by Amazon

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Posted 18th Feb

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Decent price on this model, I don't think we've seen an offer on it in recent weeks. The cheapest I've seen it was around £18.56, so at £19.99 for both Prime and Non-Prime members it's looking good.

Use code - OGXOYQ92

Or select the voucher in the promo drop down and then add it to your basket for this price

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  • Quick Charge 3.0 - Charge compatible devices up to 4 times faster than conventional charging
  • 20000mAh Portable Battery - Fully charge your iPhone 7 Plus 4.5 times or a 9.7-inch iPad Pro 1.5 times
  • Adaptively charges all 5V USB powered devices including Android and Apple devices at up to 2.4A
  • Built-in safeguards protect your devices against excessive current, overheating, and overcharging
  • Package Contents: AUKEY 20000mAh Power Bank, Micro USB Cable, User Manual, 24 Month Warranty Card
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11 Comments
20000, big difference to 2000 OP
Would be better if it had usbc in.
How many read "France"?

Heat added!
Hot, good price per mAh.
This has been my go to for a couple of years, its a solid power bank. Perfect for iphone users, as you can use your lightning cable to charge it, no need to carry around a separate micro usb cable.
CoeK18/02/2020 10:25

Would be better if it had usbc in.


Depends on your device

If you have a iPad/iPhone then only having to carry one less lead is a bit of a bonus...


There are alternatives that charge by usb c such as this (I know half the mah)
amazon.co.uk/AUK…TSJ
Edited by: "gavin1" 18th Feb
gavin118/02/2020 13:09

Depends on your device If you have a iPad/iPhone then only having to …Depends on your device If you have a iPad/iPhone then only having to carry one less lead is a bit of a bonus...There are alternatives that charge by usb c such as this (I know half the mah) https://www.amazon.co.uk/AUKEY-10000mAh-Portable-Dual-Output-Compatible/dp/B07JK63TSJ


New ipads use USBC.
Think I have the older model of this, fantastic piece of kit!
CoeK18/02/2020 14:31

New ipads use USBC.


Some do, the iPad Pro’s use usb c the rest are still using lightning cables
gavin118/02/2020 16:15

Some do, the iPad Pro’s use usb c the rest are still using lightning cables


The rest will change eventually.

Regardless I don't care.

It would be better for me if it was usbc, I assumed it was obvious I meant for me. I have a load of things with micro USB and a load with usbc. And one with lightening.
Edited by: "CoeK" 18th Feb
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