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EAFU Power bank, Mini Size 10000mAh LED Display Portable Charger £9 voucher + £4.49 NP Sold by LUMA11 and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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EAFU Power bank, Mini Size 10000mAh LED Display Portable Charger £9 voucher + £4.49 NP Sold by LUMA11 and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Posted 15th Jun
£2 voucher at checkout makes it £9

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Why This EAFU Power Bank?

























✔ Clear 0-100 readout takes the guesswork away.











✔ Ultra small body makes it way more pocket-friendly.











✔ Two options to recharge, either USB C or Micro USB.











✔ Dual 3A out ports let you fast fuel 2 devices simultaneously.











✔ 10000mAh capacity powerful enough to outlast your day.











✔ Easily turns the backup battery into a handy torch.











✔ Intelligent controlling IC protects your devices charging 24/7.


























































Specifications








  • Capacity: 10000mAh

  • Input: 5V/2A(max)

  • Output: Dual 5V/3A(max)

  • Dimensions: 4.0*2.5*0.9in

  • Weight: 6.5oz

  • Package includes: power bank, micro USB cable, travel pouch, user manual




























































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Ultra Compact & Lightweight As It Is
















Sized as a bank card, weighed like an iPhone XS, makes it a truly pocket-friendly charger.
























A Must Have on the Move
















Slip into your purse easily. An essential to save your day when out of juice.
























Large 10000mAh Capacity
















Powerful enough to charge your device multiple times. Keep you 100% all the way.




































































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Charge 2 devices at Once
















Twin 3A(max) out ports let you fast power 2 devices together. Nice to share with a friend or family.
























Airline-approved Power Bank
















Rated at 10000mAh/37Wh, which means you can take this power bank on board in your carry-on not the checked bag.



























Safe to Charge & Built to Last
















Multi-protection suites to ensure safety. Boasts impressive



recharge cycles for 1000+ times and a longer standby time of 12 months.





























































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Only micro USB cable included in the box, USB C cable/lightning cable/adapter sold separately.Low current devices like Bluetooth earbuds/Smart watches not supported.QC/PD fast charge protocol not available.
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Think I have worn my scroll wheel out...
Did this happen to you?
You think "oh that's nice and cheap, I fancy it.." You click on the link then Amazon tell you that you have purchased it already!!! Crazy.. Got 5 or 6 powerbanks already but still looking at new ones... I am addicted
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Did this happen to you?
You think "oh that's nice and cheap, I fancy it.." You click on the link then Amazon tell you that you have purchased it already!!! Crazy.. Got 5 or 6 powerbanks already but still looking at new ones... I am addicted
regisb15/06/2020 17:50

Did this happen to you?You think "oh that's nice and cheap, I fancy it.." …Did this happen to you?You think "oh that's nice and cheap, I fancy it.." You click on the link then Amazon tell you that you have purchased it already!!! Crazy.. Got 5 or 6 powerbanks already but still looking at new ones... I am addicted



It's mental how power bank addiction is a thing and yet I know it is. I think it's belief in that first picture. "Being happy is just this easy".

I have to say the formatting of the deal post is terrible. Does there really need to be so much white space?
omgpleasespamme15/06/2020 17:56

It's mental how power bank addiction is a thing and yet I know it is. I …It's mental how power bank addiction is a thing and yet I know it is. I think it's belief in that first picture. "Being happy is just this easy".I have to say the formatting of the deal post is terrible. Does there really need to be so much white space?


Not just me then!..... I definitely do not need one, yet struggling to stop myself from buying one.
Edited by: "p-e-t-e" 15th Jun
Description not descriptive enough ...
p-e-t-e15/06/2020 18:04

Not just me then!..... I definitely do not need one, yet struggling to …Not just me then!..... I definitely do not need one, yet struggling to stop myself from buying one.



Let me try and help you. This isn't any good. From this point on the only good power banks are ones that support power delivery. You wanna hold out for a 10,000 mAh capacity with something like 45 watt output. That should keep you from getting any new ones for a little while.

Don't let it get so bad that you find yourself pledging for a $480 Kickstarter that as far as anyone can tell there isn't even a prototype of the good one that everyone wants. This is not a referral url and I'm not trying to get commission. Do not pledge for this.
Edited by: "omgpleasespamme" 15th Jun
I can't see the £2 off?
Think I have worn my scroll wheel out...
Got one. it's very good, a bargain.

Mine came with charging lead (with caps) an led plug in light in addition to the built in light.
Edited by: "joyf4536" 15th Jun
Decent specs for the money, not a 'fast' charger though, albeit can do 3 amp.
Well I have bought this 4 times in the past might as well make it 5.
p-e-t-e15/06/2020 18:04

Not just me then!..... I definitely do not need one, yet struggling to …Not just me then!..... I definitely do not need one, yet struggling to stop myself from buying one.


Great if you have solar panels on your house, especially in this weather. Charge them up during the day, then use these to charge devices after they start to rundown at night.

Been thinking about getting a few 100, stuff buying a £4k power bank for the house
Maybe cut down on the description next post mate
Heated, but OP should definitely make more of an effort with a detailed description including pictures.
Had a little chuckle reading some of the comments. I too have absolutely no need for this, have an iPhone and the battery has never needed charged out with bedtime. Why then am I so tempted to buy one of these?
Wow, I thought the scrolling would never end.
Voted hot!
Any help with obtaining the £2 off folks ?
omgpleasespamme15/06/2020 18:07

Let me try and help you. This isn't any good. From this point on the …Let me try and help you. This isn't any good. From this point on the only good power banks are ones that support power delivery. You wanna hold out for a 10,000 mAh capacity with something like 45 watt output. That should keep you from getting any new ones for a little while.Don't let it get so bad that you find yourself pledging for a $480 Kickstarter that as far as anyone can tell there isn't even a prototype of the good one that everyone wants. This is not a referral url and I'm not trying to get commission. Do not pledge for this.


I don't think you'll find a 45W PD 10000mAh power bank? I found an OMARS 20000mAh with 30W output that I almost bought as I want something to charge my HP X2 Surface-type thing. I agree though, having PD on power banks is really useful and I probably wouldn't rush out to buy one without it now unless really cheap.
plewis0015/06/2020 20:44

I don't think you'll find a 45W PD 10000mAh power bank? I found an OMARS …I don't think you'll find a 45W PD 10000mAh power bank? I found an OMARS 20000mAh with 30W output that I almost bought as I want something to charge my HP X2 Surface-type thing. I agree though, having PD on power banks is really useful and I probably wouldn't rush out to buy one without it now unless really cheap.



Not just yet no. I've never seen anything 45w at 10000mAh, 18w typically. I was trying to help the guy not buy any more though :). For you if this ever comes back into stock it would probably be suitable. It was £18-20 when it was available.

In fact this is available now Choetech.
Edited by: "omgpleasespamme" 15th Jun
Although i found it the be a good powerbank, on charging the display seems really innacurate. I will charge to about 70% and then just sit there for ages before it gets to 100%

I have it monitored with a USB Meter, and it just sits there almost trickle charging for ages, drawing next to nothing. None of my other banks do this. Still seems to perform well. Just a little bit of a downer.
mine came with free usb led flexy cable torch too.
So...can anyone advise how to get the 2 quid off then?
getgino16/06/2020 12:56

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Ah right. Yeah I'd expect to see it there but there's nothing on mine.
omgpleasespamme15/06/2020 17:56

It's mental how power bank addiction is a thing and yet I know it is. I …It's mental how power bank addiction is a thing and yet I know it is. I think it's belief in that first picture. "Being happy is just this easy".I have to say the formatting of the deal post is terrible. Does there really need to be so much white space?


But that’s what advertising is. They are not advertising the product, but rather “the best version of you”. Buy this and you can be just as happy as this person in our ad. I remember analysing Fitbit watch ad for my MSc and that was one of the points. Majority of us struggles with something, whether it’s procrastination, not being organised enough, weight issues, etc. - but if you buy our product then you can beat that, you will get in shape, and you will be organised and you will get in a relationship with a hot partner, etc.

They are all selling you happiness. Something that you can’t actually buy.

Do you ever want something so badly, and after a while you get it, and sure there’s this feeling of happiness for a bit and then you just look at that product and like - meh?.. Lol
nadiala20/06/2020 21:50

But that’s what advertising is. They are not advertising the product, but r …But that’s what advertising is. They are not advertising the product, but rather “the best version of you”. Buy this and you can be just as happy as this person in our ad. I remember analysing Fitbit watch ad for my MSc and that was one of the points. Majority of us struggles with something, whether it’s procrastination, not being organised enough, weight issues, etc. - but if you buy our product then you can beat that, you will get in shape, and you will be organised and you will get in a relationship with a hot partner, etc. They are all selling you happiness. Something that you can’t actually buy. Do you ever want something so badly, and after a while you get it, and sure there’s this feeling of happiness for a bit and then you just look at that product and like - meh?.. Lol



That's a good point. People in marketing are like the Sith.
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