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Energizer Ultimate 20000 mAh Power Bank £16.99 @ Ryman instore
Energizer Ultimate 20000 mAh Power Bank £16.99 @ Ryman instore

Energizer Ultimate 20000 mAh Power Bank £16.99 @ Ryman instore

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Looks like instore only... was down from £34.99 to £19.99 then another £3.00 off at till costing £16.99.

Keep your devices charged wherever you are with this Energizer Portable Charger.

This super slim power bank is ideal for charging your smartphone, tables and more.

The slim design and soft touch finish ensure this portable charger goes everywhere with you.

.Huge 20000 mAh for all day needs

. Ultra Slim and compact design makes it easy to carry

. The smart LED light indicator displays battery level and charging status

. Classic soft touch finish surface

. Guaranteed protection against overcharge, over-discharge, overvoltage, over-current, overpower and short-circuit.

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Tiptoner

Deal not online, instore only


Lol... says it in the 1st sentance... sorry dad
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£13.99 in my store

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tahir1231

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Deal not online, instore only

You should have said that in the info. I take back my positive comment.

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Tiptoner

Deal not online, instore only


Lol... says it in the 1st sentance... sorry dad

tumbleweed34

You should have said that in the info. I take back my positive comment.



​Doh oO

tumbleweed34

You should have said that in the info. I take back my positive comment.


Duh... (_;)

Can't say I've charged a table before X)

Not bad!

I wonder if it's just 2.1A out?

If so, I reckon something like this (which can be ordered online and delivered) is still a better idea:

amazon.co.uk/200…ank

power pass through?

ReflexReact

I wonder if it's just 2.1A out?If so, I reckon something like this (which … I wonder if it's just 2.1A out?If so, I reckon something like this (which can be ordered online and delivered) is still a better idea:https://www.amazon.co.uk/20000mAh-Coolreall-Portable-Capacity-Rechargeable/dp/B01L90C9HQ/ref=sr_1_10?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1494232787&sr=1-10&keywords=power+bank#Ask



Both have three usb3 connections 3, theoretically 0.9 amps per connection. So if your device can use it, it should charge it faster. (Usb2= 0.5 amps per connection). I don't see how either can claim up to 1.5 amp per connections as they are all usb3, not usb3.1
Edited by: "jasee" 8th May

This will be brilliant when I'm on my mountain retreat for a week trying to get away from civilisation.

Just bought 2. Good find

jasee

Both have three usb3 connections 3, theoretically 0.9 amps per … Both have three usb3 connections 3, theoretically 0.9 amps per connection. So if your device can use it, it should charge it faster. (Usb2= 0.5 amps per connection). I don't see how either can claim up to 1.5 amp per connections as they are all usb3, not usb3.1



This has nothing to do with USB 2 or 3... You are aware that Apple and Samsung have been making plugs with standard USB ports with 2.1A output and 5V for years? There was a 500mA specification limit on USB through a computer back in early 2000s but this is 2017 and we're talking about power banks.

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cmdr_elito

Can't say I've charged a table before X)


Tried my coffee table... no luck... taking it back:)

jasee

Both have three usb3 connections 3, theoretically 0.9 amps per … Both have three usb3 connections 3, theoretically 0.9 amps per connection. So if your device can use it, it should charge it faster. (Usb2= 0.5 amps per connection). I don't see how either can claim up to 1.5 amp per connections as they are all usb3, not usb3.1



nope

ReflexReact

nope


I've got relatively new phones (no iphones or ipads) but they never charge faster than 0.9 amps, from mains chargers or power banks, the maximum I've measured is about 0.74 amps. From computer with Usb3 connections, with any device, I've yet to exceed 0.5 amps

jasee

I've got relatively new phones (no iphones or ipads) but they never … I've got relatively new phones (no iphones or ipads) but they never charge faster than 0.9 amps, from mains chargers or power banks, the maximum I've measured is about 0.74 amps. From computer with Usb3 connections, with any device, I've yet to exceed 0.5 amps



I have a 10000 mAh power bank that I bought whilst I was in America and one of the charge ports is 2.4A and will charge my phone in a ridiculously short amount of time. The 1A charging ports are useless - you may as well go and buy a new phone for how slow it bloody charges.

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