iMuto 30000mAh Ultra High Capacity Portable Charger - Sold by imuto Direct and Fulfilled by Amazon for £31.99
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iMuto 30000mAh Ultra High Capacity Portable Charger - Sold by imuto Direct and Fulfilled by Amazon for £31.99

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Found 18th Jan
Get on this quick. Lightening deal. Was £39.99 - Now £31.99



Giant Capacity-Power to keep you going, and going...and going
30000mAh of pure energy - satisfying powering needs for a couple of people for a couple of days.
Ideal battery backup for trips or whenever you need to charge your iPhone,iPad and other mobile devices.
No worry about running out of the power on business trip, traveling,parties,BBQs and outdoor activities like camping, mountain climbing or picnics.

Digi-Power Technology
Unique smart digital display technology, shows exactly remaining power in digital format, and it's hidden until activated.
The readout comes on when you press the button on the side.

iM-Power Technology
The power bank on and off automatically when it's connected and disconnected.
It detects your device intelligently and fast charges your device at the fastest speed.

High compatibility - 3 standard USB ports
Universally USB ports: 3*5V/3.4A (Max.),compatible with almost all smart devices with an input of DC 5V.

Wide Compatibility
iPhone 7/7Plus/6/6S/6/6S Plus 5/5S/SE/5C/4/4S/iPad iPad 2/4 mini/ 2/ 3/ 4 air/air 2 Pro
To charge the Nintendo Switch, please separate imuto USB type C Cable.
Samsung Galaxy S8/S7/ S7 Edge S6/S6Edge S5/4 Grand Prime Note Edge Note5/4/3 Note II
Samsung Galaxy Tab 3/4/4 NOOKA/E/E NOOK/S/S2/S2 NOOK, OnePlus 3/3T, Huawei P9/P10 lite
XperiaTM Z5/Z5 Compact/HTC 10 One A9/M9 M8/E8 remix Desire/Lumia 435 635 550 640/Google Nexus 5/5X/6/6P/Google Nexus XL/7/9/10...etc

Taurus X6 Technical Details
Model:Taurus X6 Power Bank
Battery Type: Li-ion Battery
Capacity:30000mAh/111Wh
Input: Micro USB 5V/2.1A(MAX)
Output: 3* USB 5V/3.4A (Max);
Size: 6.69*1.18*3.4inches
Weight: 23.8oz
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I have one of these, great for iPhones, really poor for iPads. The charge runs down really quickly on iPads and they heat up a fair bit, but on the iPhone it’s great.
Are these ok to carry on a plane? As some are too large capacity wise.
Wear_The_Fox_Hat6 m ago

Are these ok to carry on a plane? As some are too large capacity wise.

Depends on the country you are coming back from. Blacklisted countries have certain dimensions. Off the top my head it was no more than 16x9x1.5 (cm) & had to be kept in your hold luggage not hand luggage.

See the gov.UK site for specifics
Personally (and maybe this is just me) but this is too expensive for a non-top tier online brand for this kind of stuff like Anker, RavPower, Aukey, etc. Aukey had their 20000mAh for £9.99 the other day and Anker often has offers on. I don’t like cutting corners on power banks for obvious reasons, especially ultra high capacity ones
ourdevonfamily36 m ago

I have one of these, great for iPhones, really poor for iPads. The charge …I have one of these, great for iPhones, really poor for iPads. The charge runs down really quickly on iPads and they heat up a fair bit, but on the iPhone it’s great.


I know what you mean , I have a similar one with 4 ports and with 2 phones and 2 iPads it went from 100 to 0 in 70 minutes
Gollywood1 h, 11 m ago

Depends on the country you are coming back from. Blacklisted countries …Depends on the country you are coming back from. Blacklisted countries have certain dimensions. Off the top my head it was no more than 16x9x1.5 (cm) & had to be kept in your hold luggage not hand luggage.See the gov.UK site for specifics


I flew with a similarly large battery in my hand luggage. Forgot to take it out of my bag in both directions. No one stopped me.

It was only on the return flight that I realised. I saw the guy behind me being told to take the battery pack to the start of the queue and scan it separately. Unfortunately, the security guy was spanish and the english guy didnt understand what he was being told and just put it back in his bag and carried on.
journo9 m ago

I flew with a similarly large battery in my hand luggage. Forgot to take …I flew with a similarly large battery in my hand luggage. Forgot to take it out of my bag in both directions. No one stopped me.It was only on the return flight that I realised. I saw the guy behind me being told to take the battery pack to the start of the queue and scan it separately. Unfortunately, the security guy was spanish and the english guy didnt understand what he was being told and just put it back in his bag and carried on.


That sounds similar to the Italians who seemed to act as if they were doing a favour checking your bags and really could be bothered, they asked my missus what was in her bag, she said my purse and an umbrella (without showing it) and got waved on - it’s good to know anti-terrorism is a high priority!

I think the battery limit is 100WHr anyway so this wouldn’t be an issue for this pack
journo39 m ago

I flew with a similarly large battery in my hand luggage. Forgot to take …I flew with a similarly large battery in my hand luggage. Forgot to take it out of my bag in both directions. No one stopped me.It was only on the return flight that I realised. I saw the guy behind me being told to take the battery pack to the start of the queue and scan it separately. Unfortunately, the security guy was spanish and the english guy didnt understand what he was being told and just put it back in his bag and carried on.

Depends on the country. No issue from any Western country. But you'll be asked if you have any power banks say from Lebanon etc & if you do it'll be confiscated
Scooby25202 h, 54 m ago

I know what you mean , I have a similar one with 4 ports and with 2 phones …I know what you mean , I have a similar one with 4 ports and with 2 phones and 2 iPads it went from 100 to 0 in 70 minutes


I honestly can't tell if this is a sarcastic answer or not!
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mdrewry49 m ago

I honestly can't tell if this is a sarcastic answer or not!

No it’s not I was just being honest on my experience on these power banks , not to mention 15 hours charge, but don’t charge one with another power bank mine broke but they sent me out another one
Scooby25202 h, 11 m ago

No it’s not I was just being honest on my experience


Totally fair enough! I'm no expert either. I have the 20000mAh version of this mostly so I can play the Switch undocked for a 4-5 hours longer. So based on that experience, I would imagine having 4 devices plugged in at once would discharge it pretty quickly. I actually think 70 minutes sounds pretty reasonable, assuming those 4 devices were nicely charged up in that time
mdrewry41 m ago

Totally fair enough! I'm no expert either. I have the 20000mAh version of …Totally fair enough! I'm no expert either. I have the 20000mAh version of this mostly so I can play the Switch undocked for a 4-5 hours longer. So based on that experience, I would imagine having 4 devices plugged in at once would discharge it pretty quickly. I actually think 70 minutes sounds pretty reasonable, assuming those 4 devices were nicely charged up in that time


The phones was but the iPads no where near , the switch apparently charges a laptop when tested and they thought it would be the other waybarijnf
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