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Essager 10000mAh Mini Power Bank with Quick Charge 3.0 for £9.21 delivered @ AliExpress Deals / Essager Official Store
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Essager 10000mAh Mini Power Bank with Quick Charge 3.0 for £9.21 delivered @ AliExpress Deals / Essager Official Store

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Posted 29th JanShipping from China

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Use the code OBING at checkout to get it for £6.08 delivered. This may only be for new users, but worth a go.
Great price for a quick charge 3.0 enabled 10000mAh power bank, with free delivery and free returns should you not be happy with the product.

It has two-way USB type C port with power delivery, a USB QC 3.0 output port and a micro USB input port. All you could need to quickly charge a phone, tablet, or camera. I doubt it would support a Nintendo Switch, as it doesn't have enough wattage. Max 15W, so maybe.

It is tiny though, about the same size as a coffee mug, just bigger than a bank card.

Specifications
  • Brand Name: ESSAGER
  • Battery Type: Li-polymer Battery
  • Features: Support Quick Charging
  • Battery Capacity: 10000mAh
  • Output Interface 1: USB
  • Output Interface 2: USB Type C
  • Input Interface 1: Micro Usb
  • Input Interface 2: USB Type C
  • Shell Material: Plastic
  • Support Quick Charge Technology: Two-way Quick Charge (USB-C)
  • Quality Certification: ce, RoHS, FCC, CCC
  • Material/Colour: ABS+PC / Black or White
  • QC3.0 Output: 3.6-6.5V/3A, 6.5V-9V/2A, 9V-12V/1.5A
  • Type-C PD Input/Output: 5V/3A, 9V/2A, 12V/1.5A,15V/1.2A
  • Micro Input: 5V/2A, 9V/2A, 12V/1.5A



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Can often get one for a similar price on amazon which will come quicker, has warranty, passed CE standards etc

It's impossible to return battery products to CN - violates chinese postal laws from what i remember.
zaheer200329/01/2020 10:47

Can often get one for a similar price on amazon which will come quicker, …Can often get one for a similar price on amazon which will come quicker, has warranty, passed CE standards etcIt's impossible to return battery products to CN - violates chinese postal laws from what i remember.


Strange they would offer free returns then. Also, this has passed CE standards, and FCC, etc. It is in the specifications.
zaheer200329/01/2020 10:47

Can often get one for a similar price on amazon which will come quicker, …Can often get one for a similar price on amazon which will come quicker, has warranty, passed CE standards etcIt's impossible to return battery products to CN - violates chinese postal laws from what i remember.


Good spot! Personally, I wouldn't risk buying a power bank direct from China to save a couple of quid for the above reason's.
deleted50493129/01/2020 10:55

Good spot! Personally, I wouldn't risk buying a power bank direct from …Good spot! Personally, I wouldn't risk buying a power bank direct from China to save a couple of quid for the above reason's.


If you aren't in any rush, can save a few pounds, and not buy from Amazon or its marketplace, I'm all for it. Bezos has got too much money already.
Power banks are notoriously difficult to ship from China, trust me I know all too well about this. Don't forget that the likes of Shenzen are on lockdown at present with NOTHING getting out of the country until 9th or 10th of Feb due to the New Year being extended and the virus. As with all Ali you should choose ePacket delivery AT A MINIMUM or else you will be waiting 30+ days for your item.
Akira_Cat29/01/2020 11:01

If you aren't in any rush, can save a few pounds, and not buy from Amazon …If you aren't in any rush, can save a few pounds, and not buy from Amazon or its marketplace, I'm all for it. Bezos has got too much money already.


Trying to return a faulty item to an Aliexpress seller is a pain as it is, without there complications with it being a powerbank!

The people who buy powerbanks and chargers from brands like these as opposed to a solid, reputable brand just to save a couple of quid have me scratching my head. Then again, you only have to look at who is running the country to see that the people I'm surrounded by aren't the most rational (but politics is not something I would want to delve into on here)
deleted50493129/01/2020 12:05

Trying to return a faulty item to an Aliexpress seller is a pain as it is, …Trying to return a faulty item to an Aliexpress seller is a pain as it is, without there complications with it being a powerbank!The people who buy powerbanks and chargers from brands like these as opposed to a solid, reputable brand just to save a couple of quid have me scratching my head. Then again, you only have to look at who is running the country to see that the people I'm surrounded by aren't the most rational (but politics is not something I would want to delve into on here)


Reputable brands have to start somewhere. Anker, UGreen, Aukey, RAVPower, etc all started out like this brand. Even Xiaomi.

I understand your hesitance, but let's face it, they are all made in the same factories and just have different names.
Just a FYI about this specific product. Honest Chinese sellers/manufacturers usually include their CE certificate on the listing and this one doesn't so buyer beware applies here for sure even though they say it is CE certified product.
Yeah, don't buy a powerbank from China, buy one made in China from Amazon.......
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