[Most Compact 20000mAh Portable Charger] Anker PowerCore 20100 - Ultra High Capacity Power Bank  £27.99 Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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[Most Compact 20000mAh Portable Charger] Anker PowerCore 20100 - Ultra High Capacity Power Bank £27.99 Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Found 26th May 2016
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Ultra-High Capacity: Upgraded from the PowerCore 16000, it charges the iPhone 6 seven times, the Galaxy S6 five times or the iPad mini twice. Recharges in 10 hours with a 2 amp charger, phone chargers (generally 1 amp) may take up to 20 hours.
Fast Charging Technology: PowerIQ and VoltageBoost combine to deliver the fastest possible charge up to 2.4 amps per port or 4.8 amps overall. Input: 5V / 2A.
Certified Safe: Anker's MultiProtect safety system ensures complete protection for you and your devices.
What You Get: Anker PowerCore 20100 Portable Charger, Micro USB cable, travel pouch, welcome guide, our fan-favorite 18-month warranty and friendly customer service. Lightning cable for iPhone / iPad sold separately.
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Anker is a brilliant brand. If I needed one I'd have no worries with this brand!!!!!
My 10000mAH model still works fine, purchased in 2013. Good quality.
It's been that price for time, already ordered one...bit on the heavy side
It's not a deal - standard price for it. And it's far too heavy to carry around (even if it is small-ish.) But for recharging tablets, camping etc it works well.
Average price £22 for the last year; the standard prices for these things are irrelevant.
Superb charger. It's too big for a pocket or handbag but great for hiking /camping etc. Very well made kit.
Strange, cannot be delivered to Northern Ireland

Strange, cannot be delivered to Northern Ireland



Yep, Lithium batteries through certain courier methods are not always allowed.
I own one of these and this price is not special. I agree with the comment that it is heavy and I agree however it was fine to carry to the London marathon tracking runners around the course all day on my iPad.
Yeah - I'm just noticing I can't get them from ebay or other amazon sellers. That's annoying, I was going to get one for a trip, although after a bit of searching, it looks like the plane has USB sockets
It takes 24 hours to charge with my phone chargers, what could I use differently?

It takes 24 hours to charge with my phone chargers, what could I use … It takes 24 hours to charge with my phone chargers, what could I use differently?



What ampage is your phone charger?

Yep, Lithium batteries through certain courier methods are not always … Yep, Lithium batteries through certain courier methods are not always allowed.


Not just Lithium. I couldn't get replacement sealed non-spill lead 6v batteries for my wireless alarm delivered by a courier, but good old Royal Mail handled them with no problems.

Yeah - I'm just noticing I can't get them from ebay or other amazon … Yeah - I'm just noticing I can't get them from ebay or other amazon sellers. That's annoying, I was going to get one for a trip, although after a bit of searching, it looks like the plane has USB sockets


Most planes that I have flown on recently give so little USB power that the battery on my tablet does not charge at all - it merely discharges more slowly than usual.

Most planes that I have flown on recently give so little USB power that … Most planes that I have flown on recently give so little USB power that the battery on my tablet does not charge at all - it merely discharges more slowly than usual.



I'm hoping an emirates A380 will have a decent amount of power, but it looks like there is plenty of entertainment onboard in any case
any of these force the power on even after charging is full? my battery dies even close to full charge when on own power
Edited by: "QuantumInfo" 26th May 2016
I got the + version (still 20100mAh) of this on Monday (it has a USB Type C port on it).
I charged my Nexus 6P from empty to full and it only used 10% of the battery. Well impressed.
Is there anything out there that's more then 20000mAh in the market?

I got the + version (still 20100mAh) of this on Monday (it has a USB Type … I got the + version (still 20100mAh) of this on Monday (it has a USB Type C port on it).I charged my Nexus 6P from empty to full and it only used 10% of the battery. Well impressed.



o really? where did you get your one from ?

Is there anything out there that's more then 20000mAh in the market?



I'd like to know that too. Preferably one that doesn't achieve a 4/5 star rating that contains the words '... in exchange for an unbiased review'
Ampage is a word you just made up by applying the same thought process as for volts and voltage. It is called current.

Is there anything out there that's more then 20000mAh in the market?



Can't answer the question directly any more than searches can, but you need to be careful when flying with such large packs: voltnow.com/blo…ies

In the US (FAA) and some other places, 20,000mAh is the limit.

Just a heads up to people that might not know.

Can't answer the question directly any more than searches can, but you … Can't answer the question directly any more than searches can, but you need to be careful when flying with such large packs: http://voltnow.com/blogs/news/24035649-flying-with-lithium-ion-batteriesIn the US (FAA) and some other places, 20,000mAh is the limit.Just a heads up to people that might not know.



The link you posted says 100 Watt hours max per battery is the limit so not 20,000 mAH.

I just read more of the link you posted and the writer destroys their own credibility with a calculation that uses the figure of 5v from the output and not the internal battery voltage of 3.7v. That's a rookie mistake.
Edited by: "omgpleasespamme" 26th May 2016
Feel for the guy who posted this a week or so ago at £20 and got no heat.

This is poor show from Anker on this one, when it was £20 a few weeks ago the RRP was only £23.99. Been watching it well the camel has for it to come down below £20 and when it went up to £23.99 they put the RRP up to £89.
Edited by: "eslick" 26th May 2016

The link you posted says 100 Watt hours max per battery is the limit so … The link you posted says 100 Watt hours max per battery is the limit so not 20,000 mAH.I just read more of the link you posted and the writer destroys their own credibility with a calculation that uses the figure of 5v from the output and not the internal battery voltage of 3.7v. That's a rookie mistake.



Ah thanks. I didn't read it in depth to be honest, only skimmed over it.

Calculating the limit looks like it's a bit more complex than a single figure for all airlines / counties.

Feel for the guy who posted this a week or so ago at £20 and got no heat. … Feel for the guy who posted this a week or so ago at £20 and got no heat. This is poor show from Anker on this one, when it was £20 a few weeks ago the RRP was only £23.99. Been watching it well the camel has for it to come down below £20 and when it went up to £23.99 they put the RRP up to £89.



Agree. It is just weird.

hotukdeals.com/dea…730
Hot, but can get a couple of 10000 Xiaomis for £20ish

hotukdeals.com/dea…721
For those that actually have one can you charge and use it at the same time? I.e. pass through charging

For those that actually have one can you charge and use it at the same … For those that actually have one can you charge and use it at the same time? I.e. pass through charging



Sadly not no

Is there anything out there that's more then 20000mAh in the market?


Yes Swees do one that's about 25,000mAh, got one nearly a year ago that started losing its charge slowly a month ago, Swees sent a replacement n didn't require the old one back - new one is a different design, slightly smaller so great customer service from them.

I'd like to know that too. Preferably one that doesn't achieve a 4/5 star … I'd like to know that too. Preferably one that doesn't achieve a 4/5 star rating that contains the words '... in exchange for an unbiased review'


See my comment above.
brookysm

See my comment above.



​Done that.
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I'd like to know that too. Preferably one that doesn't achieve a 4/5 star … I'd like to know that too. Preferably one that doesn't achieve a 4/5 star rating that contains the words '... in exchange for an unbiased review'



kayomaxtar.en.alibaba.com/pro…tml!
Deeco

It's been that price for time, already ordered one...bit on the heavy side



​yh must admit I think it's a little heavy too. but does the job
alecb

​Done that.What next?



​clearly affiliated with Swees as I've seen the same comment before...
27.99 now
wenttoabetterplace

http://kayomaxtar.en.alibaba.com/product/60403865280-802083546/MAXOAK_K2_Portable_Power_Bank_50000mah_for_Laptop_and_Mobile_phone.html#!




HEHEH I might as well carry a car battery that is massive!
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STi_prodrive

HEHEH I might as well carry a car battery that is massive!



People who want batteries that are bigger than 20,000mAH tend not to be fussed about weight/size of battery....

Perhaps you should tell us what capacity you want, then we may be able to find one. (The reality though is that size/weight of battery is pretty linear. If you want a big capacity battery, you will end up with a big battery!)
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