Huge portable battery Anker 26800 £34.99 @ Amazon Prime Day sold by Anker and FBA
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Huge portable battery Anker 26800 £34.99 @ Amazon Prime Day sold by Anker and FBA

£34.99£47.9927%Amazon Deals
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Found 15th Jul
On the Anker forums they have released some details of prime day offers that will be on from midday tomorrow. One I had my eye on was a large battery and this is just the fellow. Down from current £47.99, it is to be reduced to £34.99

starts midday tomorrow.
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Too big for air travel?
plebbygiraffe3 m ago

I believe so, 100Wh maximum this is 134.26800 (capacity)/1000 x 5 (volts) …I believe so, 100Wh maximum this is 134.26800 (capacity)/1000 x 5 (volts) = 134.


Actually there's another section mentioning above 100Wh, but not above 160Wh - but the guideance is a bit unclear.
Which forum?
plebbygiraffe4 m ago

I believe so, 100Wh maximum this is 134.26800 (capacity)/1000 x 5 (volts) …I believe so, 100Wh maximum this is 134.26800 (capacity)/1000 x 5 (volts) = 134.


Its actually 96.48 Wh
I have heard you can have as many as you want if under 100wh
I have only had one person ask me at London city
neebsk1 m ago

Its actually 96.48 Wh


How was that calculated?
plebbygiraffe1 m ago

How was that calculated?


is the rating not at 3.7V rather than 5? that would scrape it under
Edited by: "brilly" 15th Jul
brilly43 s ago

3.7V


Item description says 5V under input and output though?
plebbygiraffe3 m ago

Item description says 5V under input and output though?


sure, but as an intermediate its rated at 3.7v of the internal cells
steps up/down
neebsk3 m ago

By going on their website By going on their website https://www.anker.com/products/variant/PowerCore-26800/A1277011


So it is 3.6V then (96.48/26.8). What is the 5V referring to?
brilly3 m ago

sure, but as an intermediate its rated at 3.7v of the internal cellssteps …sure, but as an intermediate its rated at 3.7v of the internal cellssteps up/down


Got it. I've been calculating wrongly all this time.
tyringe11 m ago

Which forum?


I’m not sure if rules allow post to external forums. If not allows, mod, please remove. The community is at:

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plebbygiraffe6 m ago

So it is 3.6V then (96.48/26.8). What is the 5V referring to?


(mAh)*(V)/1000 = (Wh). Input and output is 5V but they are multiplying the voltage by 3.7 rather than 5V So guess it only does 3.7V. Even then their math is wrong (26800mah X 3.7)/1000 = 99.16 Wh.
Edited by: "neebsk" 15th Jul
dtorbett1 m ago

I’m not sure if rules allow post to external forums. If not allows, mod, p …I’m not sure if rules allow post to external forums. If not allows, mod, please remove. The community is at:http://community.anker.com/


Thanks.
plebbygiraffe3 m ago

Got it. I've been calculating wrongly all this time.


seems it uses these :amazon.co.uk/dp/…YQF which are 3.6V rather than 3.7V i said but yeah they quote at the batteries voltage rather than what it can do at 5V
neebsk3 m ago

(mAh)*(V)/1000 = (Wh). Input and output is 5V but they are multiplying the …(mAh)*(V)/1000 = (Wh). Input and output is 5V but they are multiplying the voltage by 3.7 rather than 5V So guess it only does 3.7V. Even then their math is wrong (26800mah X 3.7)/1000 = 99.16 Wh.


nah these ones are 3.6 it seems amazon.co.uk/dp/…QFH
Anyone suggest me any RAVPower or Anker battery packs that is over 20K mAh and can be Qualcomm (fast charge enabled) with USB Type C input.
brilly10 m ago

nah these ones are 3.6 it seems https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0735DYQFH


These power banks are fitted with 18650 power cells and are all 3.7V , the only thing that is variable is there charge capacity (Mwh) depending what size the manufacturer uses.
Heat added
IanMacLeod3 m ago

These power banks are fitted with 18650 power cells and are all 3.7V , the …These power banks are fitted with 18650 power cells and are all 3.7V , the only thing that is variable is there charge capacity (Mwh) depending what size the manufacturer uses.Heat added


rated 3.6 according to amazon and anker themselves
ofc as above 3.7v was my first thought
Edited by: "brilly" 15th Jul
Anyone use one of these with a Switch?
brilly6 m ago

rated 3.6 according to amazon and anker themselvesofc as above 3.7v was my …rated 3.6 according to amazon and anker themselvesofc as above 3.7v was my first thought


Brilly
Yeah so they are rated at 3.6v, every days a school day lol

This will confuse even more 'quote'


Most 18650 lithium cells charge to 4.2 Volts maximum, and the charge current is about 0.5 times the capacity. A 3000 mah battery would be charged at 1500 mA maximum, using this rule.
LJames9641 m ago

Anyone use one of these with a Switch?


This would only charge a switch while it is sleeping. If you want one that charges while you are playing a game, then you will have to buy a charger with "power delivery".
InfinityVirozon51 m ago

Anyone suggest me any RAVPower or Anker battery packs that is over 20K mAh …Anyone suggest me any RAVPower or Anker battery packs that is over 20K mAh and can be Qualcomm (fast charge enabled) with USB Type C input.


My ravpower 20100 mah one ticks all those boxes and is bloody brilliant. I’ve had it ages and it’s never let me down. You can even speed up charging it through the usb c port 🏾
Got one last year for £32. Still decent and has been v useful.
No quick charge.
Its way too big and heavy. Might as well carry a car battery around with you.
MarkThisDay6 h, 58 m ago

I have heard you can have as many as you want if under 100whI have only …I have heard you can have as many as you want if under 100whI have only had one person ask me at London city


You can have max 20 batteries under 100WH with you.
Does anyone know if I could use this to charge a 2017 MacBook Pro, or any suggested power banks that would? Thanks
I have one of these. It's a power monster. If you are going camping or away from electricity this will last you a couple of days with heavy usage.
so is this fine to go on a plane with? im going to Everest base camp in October and this could be perfect to keep my phone charged up!
Does this charge up any make of gadget? Like my Dell laptop? I don't understand electricity and batteries, but I know the lead that charges my laptop up 'naturally', has an adapter box on the lead. Are those adapters universal, and one is include in this battery?
(See, I told you I didn't understand. )
Anyone know what the best option is for a Switch. My current power bank kind of slows the Switch drain down when in use but doesn't actually charge it unless the switch is off/on standby.
Worth it's weight in gold when travelling abroad or for use in car to charge phone whilst using phone as gps. great product!
usually sells for aounr 40 though..
Edited by: "Maverick85" 16th Jul
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