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AUKEY Power Bank - 20000mAh with 2 Outputs & 2 Inputs £15.99 Prime + £4.49 no prime @ Amazon / Fance

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Posted 20th Nov 2019

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Decent price for this Powerbank - Compatible with iPhone, Samsung, iPad, Tablets & so on.

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  • More Convenient For iOS User: Use one cable to charge your iOS device or Power Bank
  • 20000mAh Portable Battery - Fully charge your iPhone 7 Plus 4.5 times or a 9.7-inch iPad Pro 1.5 times
  • Dual USB ports, combined 3.4A output - Simultaneously charge 2 iPads at max speed with more current
  • Built-in safeguards protect your devices against excessive current, overheating, and overcharging
  • Package Contents: AUKEY 20000mAh Power Bank, Micro USB Cable, User Manual


    Portable AiPower

    Tuned to support healthier battery function and faster USB charging speeds, AiPower intelligently adjusts power output to match the unique charging needs of all your USB powered gear. With up to 2.4A of dedicated adaptive output per Ai USB port, your devices will each receive the safest maximum recharge rate possible. Advanced circuitry and built in safeguards protect your devices against excessive current, overheating, and over charging.

    Universal Charging Compatibility


    Keep your devices charged on the go with dual USB charging ports. Designed to work with all popular USB powered devices from iPhones to Android phones, tablets, Bluetooth speakers and more. Whatever USB powered gear you've got, we've got you covered.


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shame this doesn’t have a quick charge output using usb-c
I have one of these very happy for the last year or so
Voted hot! Good price, good brand but not suitable to carry it on regular basis with you, it's quite big!
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I have one of these very happy for the last year or so
This is one mother of a power bank my wife has it and its a power house! Lasts for days on end. However does take a good half day to fully charge. nevertheless this is a serious power bank!
Zalwaw20/11/2019 21:27

I have one of these very happy for the last year or so


Same situation as you. Bob on
shame this doesn’t have a quick charge output using usb-c
zioni20/11/2019 21:35

This is one mother of a power bank my wife has it and its a power house! …This is one mother of a power bank my wife has it and its a power house! Lasts for days on end. However does take a good half day to fully charge. nevertheless this is a serious power bank!


You answered the question I was typing below for me in the time it took to type it! Cheers!
Zalwaw20/11/2019 21:27

I have one of these very happy for the last year or so


Roughly how long does it take to charge up when it's been fully discharged?
Edited by: "woldranger" 20th Nov 2019
Thanks, I got it for £12.99 with the code you provided, as I had £2 collected previously. but I got so many so passed it. Great brand and the price is just awesome..
Voted hot! Good price, good brand but not suitable to carry it on regular basis with you, it's quite big!
torroxcampo20/11/2019 21:40

shame this doesn’t have a quick charge output using usb-c


Of course, on the lookout for anoher USB C also so will keep my eyes peeled
@goonertillidie , I think it will be free delivery for Non Prime as well as the par value is £22.99..
Go it for £10 last time still going stron
Aukey or EC?

EC Powerbank
zioni20/11/2019 21:35

This is one mother of a power bank my wife has it and its a power house! …This is one mother of a power bank my wife has it and its a power house! Lasts for days on end. However does take a good half day to fully charge. nevertheless this is a serious power bank!


Yes you are right it's a good powrepack but slow charge is the only drawback. I use both inputs micro usb and apple charger simultaneously it cuts charging time in half. You can use both cables to charge the battery.
Dan_8220/11/2019 21:49

Of course, on the lookout for anoher USB C also so will keep my eyes peeled


i got one on amazon , i don’t want to take away from this post but this charger is great just not the 20000 mah of this one
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grandoldchap20/11/2019 22:37

Yes you are right it's a good powrepack but slow charge is the only …Yes you are right it's a good powrepack but slow charge is the only drawback. I use both inputs micro usb and apple charger simultaneously it cuts charging time in half. You can use both cables to charge the battery.


That's awesome I had no idea! Thanks I'll let the wife know!
grandoldchap20/11/2019 22:37

Yes you are right it's a good powrepack but slow charge is the only …Yes you are right it's a good powrepack but slow charge is the only drawback. I use both inputs micro usb and apple charger simultaneously it cuts charging time in half. You can use both cables to charge the battery.


According to the seller: With the purpose of protecting the circuit generating or transmitting the current from harmful effects due to a short-circuit or similar problem in the load, the power bank can be only charged via one of the 2 input port at a time. The biggest input current is 2A and it will take 10 hours to fully charge the power bank
This looks like one I have. If so, you have to press the power button to start charging anything.

If, for any reason, a device being charged is disconnected - say, for example, the charging cable gets momentarily dislodged, the device will stop recharging until you press the power button again.

Not a problem most of the time, but I had a phone with a slightly slack imput socket, and had it charging in my bag a couple of times only to find this had happened and the phone was dead.

It seems like a robust battery pack, and it holds masses of power, but I really don't like the power button "feature".
Edited by: "Garnett" 21st Nov 2019
This got me and my gf around South America for 7 months. V happy. Would recommend.
Garnett21/11/2019 07:08

This looks like one I have. If so, you have to press the power button to …This looks like one I have. If so, you have to press the power button to start charging anything.If, for any reason, a device being charged is disconnected - say, for example, the charging cable gets momentarily dislodged, the device will stop recharging until you press the power button again.Not a problem most of the time, but I had a phone with a slightly slack imput socket, and had it charging in my bag a couple of times only to find this had happened and the phone was dead.It seems like a robust battery pack, and it holds masses of power, but I really don't like the power button "feature".


Sounds like a dodgy wire than a dodgy input. If it was the input then its fault and you can return for a new one. If it’s happened a while after you’ve bought it then take better care of your power packs? I’ve never had one that doesn’t have a button to start the charging.
Garnett21/11/2019 07:08

This looks like one I have. If so, you have to press the power button to …This looks like one I have. If so, you have to press the power button to start charging anything.If, for any reason, a device being charged is disconnected - say, for example, the charging cable gets momentarily dislodged, the device will stop recharging until you press the power button again.Not a problem most of the time, but I had a phone with a slightly slack imput socket, and had it charging in my bag a couple of times only to find this had happened and the phone was dead.It seems like a robust battery pack, and it holds masses of power, but I really don't like the power button "feature".


So the phone had a dodgy USB port, you charged the phone with this in a bag, it inevitably came loose (even temporarily) and charging stopped.

I'm try work out how.. if the powerbank had continued to be "on" even when not physically connected to your phone.. it would provide a different result for you? If the powerbank stayed 'on' when no cable is connected that wouldn't be safe nor sensible.

Isn't the real problem that your phone charger input is loose and inevitably disconnects when in your bag I'm assuming whilst you carrying it?

Assuming the USB cable isn't rubbish (happens a lot, they don't last long) then a loose USB port on phone can often be caused by lint and dust buildup inside the port (you'd be surprised how much gets in there, check your bellybutton too!). You can remove this buildup with a safety pin after turning the phone off. Maybe not use the same tool for bellybutton though.

I have this powerbank, paid the same I think several months ago. Have dropped it a few times so sporting a few cracks but it's holding out. May get another. Heat added.
SAINTG20/11/2019 22:21

Aukey or EC? EC Powerbank


I don't have any experience of EC, but Aukey products have always been decent.
grandoldchap20/11/2019 22:37

Yes you are right it's a good powrepack but slow charge is the only …Yes you are right it's a good powrepack but slow charge is the only drawback. I use both inputs micro usb and apple charger simultaneously it cuts charging time in half. You can use both cables to charge the battery.


I've had this Powerball for a while....and I didn't know you could use both..thanks for the tip!

As others have said it's solid, works well, it's a bit heavy (obviously) and I've had it about 2 years I think and it's never let me down
Anyone know how heavy it is?
A word of caution. I have one of these. It weighs like a brick. I am not sure if there’s a slimmer lighter version. But just be aware it’s not very portable.
PeterWesolowski21/11/2019 07:57

Sounds like a dodgy wire than a dodgy input. If it was the input then its …Sounds like a dodgy wire than a dodgy input. If it was the input then its fault and you can return for a new one. If it’s happened a while after you’ve bought it then take better care of your power packs? I’ve never had one that doesn’t have a button to start the charging.



This also looks like the one i have - I had to press the button from the day i bought it
More seriously though, the housing split open presumably because the cells expanded
And i look after my power banks ..
If only the included a wireless charging coil it would have been perfect!
I have this, yes its heavy but it packs a lot of weight. It is a cracking charger. I use it when camping and can charge various different phone/tablets etc

Would also say that last time I charged it was September for a camping tip and havent used it since and there is still over 50% charge left so it also holds its charge.

I have a smaller, lighter powerbank that I use when travelling etc.
I have the same power bank and have had it for a year. For some reason, I left my phone on charge overnight on it and woke up to the power bank being dead from 100% charge... Not sure if all night the charge kept happening but it was quite weird. My phone would have been charged in less than 1 hour so I would assume that the charge intake would stop.
I really can't buy another battery pack!
Good deal.
Thanks, ordered, always handy.
Got one of these no quick charge handy when I'm on the road when charging my phone, tablet and headphones
And as per usual no shipping to Northern Ireland 😔
Can this be used on plane’s?
Is this 18650?
Why two inputs? To charge it back up quicker?
Why 2 inputs
PeterWesolowski21/11/2019 07:57

Sounds like a dodgy wire than a dodgy input. If it was the input then its …Sounds like a dodgy wire than a dodgy input. If it was the input then its fault and you can return for a new one. If it’s happened a while after you’ve bought it then take better care of your power packs? I’ve never had one that doesn’t have a button to start the charging.


Read his post properly
itchyone21/11/2019 08:32

So the phone had a dodgy USB port, you charged the phone with this in a …So the phone had a dodgy USB port, you charged the phone with this in a bag, it inevitably came loose (even temporarily) and charging stopped. I'm try work out how.. if the powerbank had continued to be "on" even when not physically connected to your phone.. it would provide a different result for you? If the powerbank stayed 'on' when no cable is connected that wouldn't be safe nor sensible. Isn't the real problem that your phone charger input is loose and inevitably disconnects when in your bag I'm assuming whilst you carrying it?Assuming the USB cable isn't rubbish (happens a lot, they don't last long) then a loose USB port on phone can often be caused by lint and dust buildup inside the port (you'd be surprised how much gets in there, check your bellybutton too!). You can remove this buildup with a safety pin after turning the phone off. Maybe not use the same tool for bellybutton though.


I've got this power bank for the Mrs and a ravpower one for myself. We both occasionally use the other when it's convenient.

I hate that on this you have to press a button to start charging whereas my ravpower has some "intelligent" feature where it detects a connected device and starts charging.

For that reason alone I'd buy another ravpower and not this beast. The ravpower turns off after some seconds of not being still connected.
Great product! Had for nearly two years, can charge my phone several times without needing charging up again.
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