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Aukey Basix Plus 22.5W PD QC 3.00 20000MAh Power Bank - Black - £17.98 Delivered With Code @ MyMemory

£17.98£20.9814% off
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Absolute bargain bank from a good manufacturer, code to use is HMMKFP

Huawei Supercharge
Support Huawei Supercharge Protocol (SCP) using together with the supercharge USB C cable come with the power bank. Multi device chargig ,three outputs allow you to charge multiple devices simultaneously. The power bank packs 20000mAh of capacity for a long flight which is good for travel.

High-Speed Charging
The combination of power delivery 3.0 and quick charge output 3.0 provide optimal charging up to 18W for your device. Fast charge your iPhone 12 up to 60% in 30-35 minutes. Fast recharging as well, Refill the Power Bank faster than ever with 18W INPUT in just 6 ~ 7 hours with an 18W PD charger. 3 ways to recharge, with USB C port / iOS Lightning port and Micro USB Port, fits any cable you have.

Handy LED Indicators
The minimalist LED indicator shows the remaining power at a glance. Built-in 4 white LED display remaining power and charging status.

Safe & Reliable
Built-in safeguards protect your devices against excessive current, overheating, and overcharging.

Key Features
  • Battery Capacity: 20000mAh
  • Battery type: Lithium Polymer
  • Lightning input: 5V/2A, 9V/2A
  • Micro-USB input: 5V/2A, 9V/2A
  • USB-C Input: (Power Delivery 3.0) 5V/3A, 9V/2A
  • USB-C Output: (Power Delivery 3.0) 5V/3A, 9V/2A, 12V/1.5A
  • USB Output 1/2: (Quick Charge 3.0) 5V/2.4A, 9V/2A, 12V/1.5A
  • Max Power Output: 22.5W
  • Weight: 386g
  • Dimensions: 14.7 x 6.87 x 2.64 cm

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  1. Kush.V's avatar
    I went for the Charmast 30,000mAh powerbank when it was on lightning deal at £18.99 a few days ago (£13.99 after I used a £5 gift voucher I had) - is this one better or did I make a good choice in ordering the Charmast?
    So far the powerbank is going really well and charges fast too
    sheffield788's avatar
    I tested lots of power banks. Charmast 65w was by far worse of all. I will not touch that brand ever. Apart from this, Aukey is a decent and reliable brand, I've got lots of devices from them. Your 30k Charmast more than likely will have less than 50% of the advertised capacity. (edited)
  2. silver_star_84's avatar
    Sods law I bought this a week ago at £20.98. Still a decent power bank at the full price.

    Remember to go through top cashback - 4.25% at mymemory.
  3. wol101's avatar
    What makes this different is that you can charge it with a lightning cable which is pretty unusual. So if you are an iPhone user this can mean one less cable to carry around. Otherwise it is a reasonable spec for the price and a good brand. Mind you it is quite a big beast if you only need to charge an iPhone, and as soon as you need it for a computer or a big iPad with USBC then the lightning charge is less useful
    matt020295's avatar
    I have a ROMOSS power bank I bought from AliExpress which can be charged with Lightning. It charges faster with USB-C though.
  4. Flyer01's avatar
    There are only two things that keep a pilot awake at night:

    (1) A stewardess from one of his overseas layovers many years back facebooking his wife.

    (2) The thought of being in a flight deck when one of these batteries has a 'thermal runaway' whilst in the cabin or, worse, the hold (cargo bay). Passengers love having their phones charged to the maximum, I'm not so sure they would feel the same way halfway across the Atlantic when they've managed to turn their airc aft into a burning coffin. NEVER, NEVER, NEVER take these deathtraps on an aircraft.

    Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) research has found that a lithium cell in thermal runaway will generate enough heat to induce adjacent cells into thermal runaway. The thermal runaway reaction generates very high temperatures and pressures within the cell. A cell in thermal runaway can reach 1100°F or higher, and the high pressure can cause the cell to expel flammable electrolytes. Once this occurs, propagation to the entire shipment can occur because the ignition temperature of most ordinary combustibles, including paper and cardboard, typical materials used to ship lithium batteries, is much lower than 1100°F. The 1100°F temperature is within the melting-point range of aircraft aluminum (935° to 1180°F), and a large shipment of lithium cells could generate enough heat to potentially damage aircraft structures.

    Asian Airlines Flight 991 - the time between the pilots of the Boeing 747 receiving the fire alarm and crashing into the sea was about 18 minutes. That's quicker than it takes to charge your overpriced iPhone. Anyone thinking of travelling across the Atlantic, or boarding any aircraft, should seriously consider how little time this is. When lithium batteries go, they continue to go.


    jl80286's avatar
    So we should all leave our phones at home when we go on a flight?
  5. mildred's avatar
    Well I just got this.

    Dear Customer,

    Unfortunately due to Royal Mail postal restrictions we are currently unable to dispatch your order to your destination.
    Royal Mail send some domestic mail by air, please see below from Royal Mail's website...

    Batteries that are classified as dangerous goods by the latest edition of the Technical Instructions for Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air published by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) including wet spillable lead acid/ lead alkaline batteries (such as car batteries), lithium batteries when not sent with or contained in equipment, used alkaline metal, nickel metal hydride (NiMH), nickel cadmium (NiCd) and zinc-air batteries, and damaged batteries of any type. Please note this includes power banks.

    A full refund has now been issued, please allow 72 hours for these funds to reflect in your account.

    Our most sincere apologies are offered for any inconvenience this issue may cause.

    Kind Regards
    logie48's avatar
    Me too. What a joke. Does that mean they'll need to pull half their stock from sale, as I'm sure quite a lot of their products have batteries in them. (edited)
  6. wbmkk's avatar
    Which is the better brand .. this Aukey or Iniu ?

    I see this only has a 1-year warranty, but my Iniu has 3 years ... always a good thing

    I managed to get an Iniu one last week, but my daughter now wants a power bank .. she has an iPhone, so this may be a better buy for her (edited)
    Robdataff's avatar
    I doubt she'd want this, it's nearly 400grams.... Big ole thing to have to carry around.

    Might be handy for her to need only one cable for charging both devices though.

    I bought an Inui (it's got a "catspaw" battery charge indicator right?) for about £6 from A amazon flash deal about 18 months ago, its still going strong. Dread to. Think what the capacity is now though.
  7. sheffield788's avatar
    Good brand, good specs, good capacity and good price. Hot!
    IamChris's avatar
    Is it a good brand? My only experience is with a 20,000mah battery pack which swelled after a year, they replaced it but then that also swelled after another year and then its was out of warranty.
  8. jl80286's avatar
    Where are the "bUt ITs nOT 2o0oo MaH" comments?

    Hot, relatively lightweight also for the capacity.
  9. JRC7's avatar
    386g, it’s heavier than an iPad mini. What a brick
    David_X1I's avatar
    Batteries are heavy.
  10. Cavs's avatar
    Thicc boi
  11. Desertcobra1993's avatar
    Would love to order this but the past 2 power banks ive tried to order with them have been refunded and cancelled because of Royal Mail... must be frustrating for MyMemory to issue so many refunds for this reason, they are essentially losing sales
    mildred's avatar
    Seems like a crazy business model to be controlled by a third party.
  12. pako.pako's avatar
    I'd love to go for it, but my old-ish (3 yo or so), Ravpower, 10,000 mAh powerbank is still going strong despite being used basically every other day.

    The only thing I don't like in it is it requires micro-USB cable to recharge it, which is the last device that forces me to use that kind of cable.

    Anyway, heat added, as this is a good price for what it is.
  13. waptext's avatar
    Yip me too cancelled and refunded because of Royal Mail ,l i think they are posted from Jersey so probably can't fly as might be detected as a bomb
  14. David_X1I's avatar
    Just got dispatch notice. Doesn't seem to be an issue for me. Just outside London.
  15. coolstar's avatar
    I ordered this on the last sale. No posting issues here. Power bank has been good up to now
  16. bhaskarsa's avatar
    in april 2020, i paid £14.04 for this

    plewis00's avatar
    They have definitely gone up in price but it's worth paying for quality.
  17. Jabs786's avatar
    Can you get a similar spec for around this price? This looks a little chunky for my liking.
  18. plewis00's avatar
    Fairly decent price for a fast charger with USB C/PD. I thought Aukey was banned here though?
  19. Steve_Devon's avatar
    Under key features, it says:
    • USB-C Output: (Power Delivery 3.0) 5V/3A, 9V/2A, 12V/1.5A
    • USB Output 1/2: (Quick Charge 3.0) 5V/2.4A, 9V/2A, 12V/1.5A

    Will this really produce 12V on two of the outputs? How do you switch between 5V, 9V and 12V? I'd like to be able to power a radio which needs 12V.
    MakoBytes's avatar
    You can get something that's generally called a USB PD "trigger" board or cable from the usual places that sell cheap Chinese products (eBay, Aliexpress, etc) which will switch the port to 9V or 12V mode when connected and allow you to power something else off it. Depending on the connector on your radio, you might need to solder together your own cable, though it looks like there's a reasonable selection of pre-made cables.
  20. Steve_Devon's avatar
    Under key features, it says:
    • USB-C Output: (Power Delivery 3.0) 5V/3A, 9V/2A, 12V/1.5A
    • USB Output 1/2: (Quick Charge 3.0) 5V/2.4A, 9V/2A, 12V/1.5A

    Will this really produce 12V on two of the outputs? How do you switch between 5V, 9V and 12V? I'd like to be able to power a radio which needs 12V.
  21. lkl265's avatar
    Do these support fast charging on Samsung phones ?
  22. padraighart's avatar
    Not applicable in N.Ireland, or anywhere mail is delivered by air. According to MyMemory when they cancelled my order...
  23. Kiririn's avatar
    The secret to a long lasting, safe and legit capacity power bank is to buy a relatively thicc one with proper li-ion cells in it (not this one :)) (edited)
    poisondwarf's avatar
    Which one then? Do you have a link please?
  24. Bwriad's avatar
    Absolute waste of time, placed an order today only for theorder to be cancelled because royal mail do not deliver batteries!! use analternative method then!
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