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AUKEY Quick Charge 3.0 Power Bank 20000mAh with Lightning & Micro USB Input, 2 Output for £19.99 Delivered Sold by Fance and FBA
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AUKEY Quick Charge 3.0 Power Bank 20000mAh with Lightning & Micro USB Input, 2 Output for £19.99 Delivered Sold by Fance and FBA

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Posted 27th Sep
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Description

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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


Recharge with a Lightning Cable
The AUKEY PB-T10 Power Bank can be recharged using either Lightning cable or micro USB cable. Now you can conveniently use the same cable to charge your phone and your Power Bank.

Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0
Engineered to refuel devices up to 4x faster than conventional charging. Powered by INOV (Intelligent Negotiation for Optimum Voltage) Technology for fine-tuned power output and more optimized charging cycles. Up to 45% more efficient than Quick Charge 2.0 & compatible with a full range of USB connector types, from A to C.

Universal Compatibility
Keep your devices charged on the go with dual USB charging ports. Equipped with built-in flashlight and LED battery indicator. 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.

Battery Indicator Light
Press the power button once to check the remaining battery level. Battery level is indicated by the color of the LED indicator light. green battery indicator light means your Power Bank is charging, when it reaches 100% the light will turn white.
Red 0 - 30%
Green 30% - 70%
White 70% - 100%

Specifications
  • Capacity: 20000mAh
  • Lightning │ Micro USB Input: 5V 2A
  • Output 1 (Quick Charge 3.0): 3.6-6.5V 3A, 6.5V-9V 2A, 9V-12V 1.5A
  • Output 2 (AiPower): 5V 2.4A
  • Size: 5.9” x 3.2” x 0.8”
  • Weight: 13.7 oz


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Personally think it's better to pay £3 more and get one with Power Delivery as well as Quick Charge: smile.amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1


This will allow a lot of USB-C laptops / Nintendo Switch to be charged while being used.

The RRP on this Aukey is silly. This 'discount' isn't real.
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Good price per mAh, also good brand. Not needed, but voted hot.
not sure about this brand, I bought their 16000mah qc power bank which swelled up after about 13 months, they replaced it without question but the replacement did the same thing after 13 months as well. Maybe it was onyl that model thats bad as they don't sell it anymore but that's just my experience with them.
I really like the idea it can be charged with lightning cable since that’s all I’d use it for and I have to keep a usb slot free for the micro cable just for charging my chargers
IamChris27/09/2019 16:29

not sure about this brand, I bought their 16000mah qc power bank which …not sure about this brand, I bought their 16000mah qc power bank which swelled up after about 13 months, they replaced it without question but the replacement did the same thing after 13 months as well. Maybe it was onyl that model thats bad as they don't sell it anymore but that's just my experience with them.



It's probably that model, iirc that model used a Li-ion slab rather than the bog standard 18650s this will use.
Plus 2% cashback =40p TCB
These are great. I bought one last year to take on a camping holiday to charge multiple devices. Still works a charm.
IamChris27/09/2019 16:29

not sure about this brand, I bought their 16000mah qc power bank which …not sure about this brand, I bought their 16000mah qc power bank which swelled up after about 13 months, they replaced it without question but the replacement did the same thing after 13 months as well. Maybe it was onyl that model thats bad as they don't sell it anymore but that's just my experience with them.


Probably a bad egg. Aukey AFAIK is one of the more well known Chinese brands, its never let me down with their earphones, keyboard and mousepad
The picture to me looks like the USB-C version instead of lightning port. Either way though I have this power bank and it's a fantastic bank, well made, loads of charge and great brand. Hot
Ordered this 26800mAh quick charge pack a short while back from Amazon and been very impressed with it. Took a while to fully charge but great build quality and so far great performance dual charging my iPad and iPhone multiple times. Currently £18.95 after a £5 off voucher is applied. Not the same level of connectivity granted.
amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1
Edited by: "sabreliner" 28th Sep
Personally think it's better to pay £3 more and get one with Power Delivery as well as Quick Charge: smile.amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1


This will allow a lot of USB-C laptops / Nintendo Switch to be charged while being used.

The RRP on this Aukey is silly. This 'discount' isn't real.
nomnomnomnom28/09/2019 11:26

Personally think it's better to pay £3 more and get one with Power …Personally think it's better to pay £3 more and get one with Power Delivery as well as Quick Charge: https://smile.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00E62G50W/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1This will allow a lot of USB-C laptops / Nintendo Switch to be charged while being used.The RRP on this Aukey is silly. This 'discount' isn't real.


Very nice post ayode.
Any one know of one that charges with usb C?
Had this model over a year still works great, my daughter took it camping for a week, she charged her phone every night mon-fri and still had 25% when she got home
Had one of these for a couple of years now, still great (capacity has dropped off slightly - around 20%) but still amazes me how many charges you get out of these!
nomnomnomnom28/09/2019 11:26

Personally think it's better to pay £3 more and get one with Power …Personally think it's better to pay £3 more and get one with Power Delivery as well as Quick Charge: https://smile.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00E62G50W/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1This will allow a lot of USB-C laptops / Nintendo Switch to be charged while being used.The RRP on this Aukey is silly. This 'discount' isn't real.


Right said. Have these , they are good.
Are these models still current with newer brands now offering wireless charging?
nice deal. I'd be all over it if it had a usb-c port instead of lightning
I've had the older version of this for a long while now and it's been solid
Aukey vs Anker - which one ?
Kartnet28/09/2019 14:40

Aukey vs Anker - which one ?


On a device like this it just doesn't matter.
Anyone got any suggestions to any Anker 10000mah battery packs?

want to find something similar to this one but not at this price point.
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IamChris:
not sure about this brand, I bought their 16000mah qc power bank which swelled up after about 13 months, they replaced it without question but the replacement did the same thing after 13 months as well. Maybe it was onyl that model thats bad as they don't sell it anymore but that's just my experience with them.

Protoype:

It's probably that model, iirc that model used a Li-ion slab rather than the bog standard 18650s this will use.

I bought this very model in 2016 for £28.99 and I had the same problem with battery swelling, although it lasted much longer than 13 months but that probably depends on use.

The case was bulging and started coming apart so I pulled out open and it also used a slab battery
Micro usb at this stage of the game?
Kartnet28/09/2019 14:40

Aukey vs Anker - which one ?


Anker. I like both brands but Anker is definitely better quality.

I have this power bank but I don’t think I’d pay £20 for it now - especially as we have USB C PD power banks for the same price. I got one of those Griffin ones for £16 the other day and by having USB C it’s just far more versatile, for both charging itself and other devices.
Anyone know a decent 45w PD power bank that I can use with my Surface Go and Galaxy S9? QC3 would also be a bonus but not essential. There's a lot of budget brands that offer this but none of the major brands (Aukey, Anker, etc) seem to, at least not at a reasonable price!!!
Kartnet28/09/2019 14:40

Aukey vs Anker - which one ?


Anker are renowned for excellent customer service if you have any problems with their devices......I’m not sure how good Aukey are with their customer service........maybe great too.
Filip28/09/2019 16:14

IamChris:not sure about this brand, I bought their 16000mah qc power bank …IamChris:not sure about this brand, I bought their 16000mah qc power bank which swelled up after about 13 months, they replaced it without question but the replacement did the same thing after 13 months as well. Maybe it was onyl that model thats bad as they don't sell it anymore but that's just my experience with them.Protoype:It's probably that model, iirc that model used a Li-ion slab rather than the bog standard 18650s this will use.I bought this very model in 2016 for £28.99 and I had the same problem with battery swelling, although it lasted much longer than 13 months but that probably depends on use. The case was bulging and started coming apart so I pulled out open and it also used a slab battery


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Was a big fan but I've had two Aukey power banks set on fire before one in the middle of the night.

Both using Aukey chargers and cables.

Been looking for replacements, but really stay away from Aukey. Plenty of videos on YouTube with them failing.
Looks like no PD, will ta or an age to charge IPhone 11 or iPad Pro
Are these as good as anker? And will it fast charge my samsubg galaxy s8+
nomnomnomnom28/09/2019 11:26

Personally think it's better to pay £3 more and get one with Power …Personally think it's better to pay £3 more and get one with Power Delivery as well as Quick Charge: https://smile.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00E62G50W/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1This will allow a lot of USB-C laptops / Nintendo Switch to be charged while being used.The RRP on this Aukey is silly. This 'discount' isn't real.


As an owner of one of those Tecknet batteries, I'd personally recommend choosing a different charger. They are aluminium, and get damaged pretty easily in a fall. They are also significantly heavier (+110grams) than my old Xiaomi Mi 2C battery of the same capacity...
yadiyada29/09/2019 14:33

As an owner of one of those Tecknet batteries, I'd personally recommend …As an owner of one of those Tecknet batteries, I'd personally recommend choosing a different charger. They are aluminium, and get damaged pretty easily in a fall. They are also significantly heavier (+110grams) than my old Xiaomi Mi 2C battery of the same capacity...



I've got one too, but don't really agree with that. The metal case of the Teknet is pretty solid. What on earth are you doing to it if it's getting so damaged?

As for the weight difference....you're not really comparing their features at the same time, so that's hardly fair.

The 2C is a Polymer battery, has no USB-C, has no power delivery, and is limited to Quick Charge 2 for charging (not output).

Someone looking for a USB-C powerbank with PD certainly are not looking at anything remotely close to the 2C.

I'm not knocking the 2C - it's a fine bank, but I'm just don't see the comparison. You absolutely should buy one that suits your needs though, and I'm glad it works for you

edit - looks like they do a lighter version now for the same price too: smile.amazon.co.uk/dp/…50W
Edited by: "nomnomnomnom" 29th Sep
nomnomnomnom29/09/2019 18:49

I've got one too, but don't really agree with that. The metal case of the …I've got one too, but don't really agree with that. The metal case of the Teknet is pretty solid. What on earth are you doing to it if it's getting so damaged? As for the weight difference....you're not really comparing their features at the same time, so that's hardly fair.The 2C is a Polymer battery, has no USB-C, has no power delivery, and is limited to Quick Charge 2 for charging (not output). Someone looking for a USB-C powerbank with PD certainly are not looking at anything remotely close to the 2C.I'm not knocking the 2C - it's a fine bank, but I'm just don't see the comparison. You absolutely should buy one that suits your needs though, and I'm glad it works for you


The 2C has Quickcharge 3.0 in and out

It's only really missing PD - and yet weighs 100+grams less. And that plastic casing is far more durable than the aluminium on the Tecknet.

It's not a bad power bank...but it's just disappointing when compared to that Xiaomi

(The Tecknet also gets scratched and scratches things SO easily! My aluminium case Bluetooth earphones for instance)
Edited by: "yadiyada" 29th Sep
yadiyada29/09/2019 18:52

The 2C has Quickcharge 3.0 in and out ;)It's only really missing PD - and …The 2C has Quickcharge 3.0 in and out ;)It's only really missing PD - and yet weighs 100+grams less. And that plastic casing is far more durable than the aluminium on the Tecknet.It's not a bad power bank...but it's just disappointing when compared to that Xiaomi(The Tecknet also gets scratched and scratches things SO easily! My aluminium case Bluetooth earphones for instance)



Sadly it's QC2 input:

See the charge rates at 3:36 and at the end where the reviewer covers it again. Other videos also show that it's capped at QC2 for input - although I'm happy to admit it's not going to make a huge difference. As long as it's some form of QC, it'll be fine.

It's not just PD though, USB-C missing is fairly important for a lot of people these days. I'm just can't understand how it's in any way disappointing, when it's plastic (I see this as a negative personally - but each to their own ) and has less features. If weight is that important, then there is a lighter version I've linked above.


Guess we just have different needs. Thank goodness there is so many on the market
nomnomnomnom29/09/2019 19:48

Sadly it's QC2 input: [Video] See the charge rates at 3:36 and at the end …Sadly it's QC2 input: [Video] See the charge rates at 3:36 and at the end where the reviewer covers it again. Other videos also show that it's capped at QC2 for input - although I'm happy to admit it's not going to make a huge difference. As long as it's some form of QC, it'll be fine.It's not just PD though, USB-C missing is fairly important for a lot of people these days. I'm just can't understand how it's in any way disappointing, when it's plastic (I see this as a negative personally - but each to their own ) and has less features. If weight is that important, then there is a lighter version I've linked above. Guess we just have different needs. Thank goodness there is so many on the market


QC2.0 input, and QC3.0 output at up to 12v/1.5a. Rather similar specs to the Tecknet, but significantly lighter.

(I was commenting to help people avoid buying a heavy and easily scratched power bank. There are better options IMO - although currently, the Tecknet battery is the best priced)
Voted hot. I bought this three years ago at same price. Still going strong
nomnomnomnom28/09/2019 11:26

Personally think it's better to pay £3 more and get one with Power …Personally think it's better to pay £3 more and get one with Power Delivery as well as Quick Charge: https://smile.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00E62G50W/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1This will allow a lot of USB-C laptops / Nintendo Switch to be charged while being used.The RRP on this Aukey is silly. This 'discount' isn't real.


Agreed!
sam_of_london30/09/2019 10:47

Voted hot. I bought this three years ago at same price. Still going strong


No 5G though
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