Blackweb 10000mAh Power Bank £10 @ ASDA
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Blackweb 10000mAh Power Bank £10 @ ASDA

£10£1844%Asda Deals
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LocalFound 5th Jan
Found at the Northwich branch.

One left at that branch. Lower capacity blackweb powerbanks reduced also.

I cannot comment on the quality I've only found one "review" of what looks to be the same product.

Hoping it's decent as it looks good for the price.




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I got one of these before Christmas at £10 as well. Very good quality for the price!
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Quikfinder19 m ago

I got one of these before Christmas at £10 as well. Very good quality for …I got one of these before Christmas at £10 as well. Very good quality for the price!

Just unboxed. Quite like the rubberised texture. Charging now.

Daft question.. I'm assuming it detects when a device is charged and stops?
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voted hot, silly One left at that branch
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bangorgeoff5 m ago

voted hot, silly One left at that branch




I reckon other branches will have it too...
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JamesSmith5 m ago

I reckon other branches will have it too...


run run.
saw 3 different blackweb models reduced in my local the other day
had a quick look (i think at 5200mah one) and fairly sure it says 1A output? not certain though and not sure on these sizes
if it was 1A though then not a great buy imo
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This one has two output, 2.1A and 1A.
JamesSmith18 m ago

This one has two output, 2.1A and 1A.


ok thanks, seems decent then
JamesSmith8 h, 29 m ago

Just unboxed. Quite like the rubberised texture. Charging now. Daft …Just unboxed. Quite like the rubberised texture. Charging now. Daft question.. I'm assuming it detects when a device is charged and stops?


I use these portable chargers myself. I've noticed that some devices like my Bluetooth earphones aren't too keen on charging from it, although that might just be my particular charger/earphones. But to answer your question, devices will only draw power from the device when they are under their maximum capacity. When your devices are fully charged, they won't take power from the charger anymore (although you're better off unplugging devices once they're charged up).
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Thanks for the advice Dekard.

Overnight testing very positive, charged to capacity at expected speed from a 2.1A source - recharged an iPhone as rapidly as my favoured 2.1A outlet. No appreciable hotspots on the casing. Build quality is decent, like the design and texture. Would have preferred different non white LEDs but they are clear. Have a power outage booked, look forward to using this as a power source.
On shelf marked at £18 in weymouth
Available Asda farnworth @ 10. Quite few too
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Charged phone twice.. now charging a PS4 controller.. and it's still showing 4 LEDs

Pretty impressed with this one lads seems to have infinite power in reserve..
I was very impressed with this device until i found out that simply charging whilst waking loosens the port (2.1A port) and now i have to hold the wire in the port just for it to charge. The 1.0A port works perfectly fine however its not powerfull enough to charge my phone whilst turned on so i use it to charge my headphones and ecig which it works perfectly for. I will be taking it back for a replacement or refund.
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Not had this problem. Socket seems rigid here.

I don't think it's that clever to have the socket at a right angle it's hard to put in a pocket without applying tension to the connector hence putting pressure on the socket. So I don't put it in my pocket upright, I've only carried it in a coat pocket that is wide enough for it to sit flat..

To be fair many of them share this design...

Seems decent overall tho gl getting a replacement/refund
9 quid asda birkenhead .
£4-50 In our Asda , bargain for 10000mah
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