New Model: Anker PowerCore II on Amazon for £20.79 for 10000mAh
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New Model: Anker PowerCore II on Amazon for £20.79 for 10000mAh

£20.79£30.39 32% Amazon Deals
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Edited by:"Buxty"Found 23rd Oct
Just got an email from Anker launching their new PowerCore II range on Amazon and they added a code so we can get some lovely deals.

You can use the code: ANKERPC2 to get the following:

PowerCore II 10000mAh for £20.79 down from £25.99

amazon.co.uk/gp/…Q==

PowerCore II 20000mAh for £30.39 down from £37.99

amazon.co.uk/gp/…Q==

19 Comments

I don't need another one but I'm tempted!

lol. These are just like cat5 cables.

Can never buy too many!

Anker quality is great, they seem to be going on their own path away from Qualcomm Quick Charge specification which makes it difficult for me to judge whether this would he good for me.

At the moment I'm inclined to only buy a powerbank that has both Quick Charge 3.0 output and input, it can make such a big difference if in a hurry and trying to get things charged.

Heat added though.

Amazon being odd again and not delivering to Northern Ireland. Yet all my previous Anker chargers came from Amazon

TomBoyNI13 m ago

Amazon being odd again and not delivering to Northern Ireland. Yet all my …Amazon being odd again and not delivering to Northern Ireland. Yet all my previous Anker chargers came from Amazon

I couldn't get into my orders for the last 10 minutes, never happened before, think there's a glitch in the Matrix

Thanks for the heads up OP, think I'll grab the 10,000mAh

Heat added.

OpineDevine55 m ago

Anker quality is great, they seem to be going on their own path away from …Anker quality is great, they seem to be going on their own path away from Qualcomm Quick Charge specification which makes it difficult for me to judge whether this would he good for me.At the moment I'm inclined to only buy a powerbank that has both Quick Charge 3.0 output and input, it can make such a big difference if in a hurry and trying to get things charged.Heat added though.


Hopefully they're going down the Power Delivery path instead. We don't need another fast-charging standard when the USB IF has already said this is the one and only to be done over USB.

guess that's why there were some good deals on the old model in the last few weeks .. any reason to upgrade to this if you have the old one ?

Curious - would this charge a Macbook Pro 15" (USB-C)?

I posted Anker codes before knocking 20% off specific products and admin deleted the thread and said I couldn't post things like this.

Wonder what has changed?

Was going to bite this but then read their description...

Does not support full-speed charging for some USB-C devices, including Nexus 6P/5X or Google Pixel.

ANKERPC2 not working for me.

EDIT

Figured it out, was attempting to apply to Slim not Compact.
Edited by: "M.B.L." 23rd Oct

Darting_Mammoth3 h, 22 m ago

I couldn't get into my orders for the last 10 minutes, never happened …I couldn't get into my orders for the last 10 minutes, never happened before, think there's a glitch in the Matrix


Apparently it is a postal restriction. Absolute nonsense.

TomBoyNI46 m ago

Apparently it is a postal restriction. Absolute nonsense.


They are limited by the amount of batteries they can fly around - as there's a high risk it brings a plane down if one of these is damaged. So it's being restricted to ground travel only.

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M0nk3h3 h, 37 m ago

Curious - would this charge a Macbook Pro 15" (USB-C)?


No, MacBooks require a charger which conforms to the USB-PD standard.

Buxty34 m ago

No, MacBooks require a charger which conforms to the USB-PD standard.



I'm assuming a power bank with PD certification may cost more too.

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M0nk3h4 h, 3 m ago

I'm assuming a power bank with PD certification may cost more too.


Anker do one and its around £50 so it depends whether you’d rather just get another Apple genuine charger for a bit more or not.

Buxty1 h, 38 m ago

Anker do one and its around £50 so it depends whether you’d rather just ge …Anker do one and its around £50 so it depends whether you’d rather just get another Apple genuine charger for a bit more or not.



I mean, I've got their charger but a portable battery charger I think would be awesome for those awkward Cafes where you can't plug in.

Cheers anyway

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