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AUKEY USB C Power Bank 20000mAh, Portable Charger with 4 Output Ports £24.99 using code Sold by Fance and Fulfilled by Amazon
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AUKEY USB C Power Bank 20000mAh, Portable Charger with 4 Output Ports £24.99 using code Sold by Fance and Fulfilled by Amazon

£24.99£39.9938%Amazon Deals
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Posted 3rd Mar

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Fairly decent drop in price for this portable 20,000mAh with USB C, 4 output ports and 3 input ports.

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  • Large Capacity: 20000mAh to charge your iPhone 7 6.8 times, or 9.7-inch iPad Pro 1.8 times, or Samsung Galaxy Note 8 4 times
  • Universal Charging: 3A total output to charge a USB-C device and three USB-A devices simultaneously (the USB-C port can supply a powerful 3A by itself). Recharge your power bank via USB-C, or micro-USB port
  • Refined Design: Slimline form makes it comfortable to hold and matte surface keeps it free of fingerprints. Minimalist LED indicator shows remaining battery level at a glance
  • Safety Features: Built-in safeguards protect your devices against excessive current, overheating, and overcharging
  • Package Contents: AUKEY PB-Y14 20000mAh Power Bank, USB-A to USB-C Cable, User Manual, 24-Month Warranty
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Decent but Fast Charging is not supported so if you have an S9 like myself or S10/S20 then it ain't really worth buying
I don't like the statement "There are two versions of this product, a newer version with low-current mode, and a older version without such a feature. Although the older version is gradually being phased out, we cannot gaurentee you will definitely receive the newer model. If you receive an older version and have a particular need for low-current mode, contact customer support and we will be happy to replace it for you." Why wouldn't you want the new version ? I get that you might not require the low power feature now but who knows what you might need in 3 to 6 months time
4-outputs. WOW! How many people actually need to recharge that many devices at one time?
no PD = unacceptable in 2020 (if you're planning for something a bit future proof)
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