Portable Charger RAVPower 20000mAh USB Power Banks with Dual iSmart 2.0 USB Ports, 3.4A Max Output, 2.4A Input £16.69 Prime / £20.68 Non-Prime Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Portable Charger RAVPower 20000mAh USB Power Banks with Dual iSmart 2.0 USB Ports, 3.4A Max Output, 2.4A Input £16.69 Prime / £20.68 Non-Prime Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 28th Mar
Frankly a great price if you are a Prime member, Non-Prime price isn't that bad either! Important to note the input on this, at 2A giving you much quicker recharge speed compared to others.

To get the reduced price, be sure to click on the promotion message on the product page, and redeem the voucher before adding item to your basket

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  • 20000mAh Long Lasting Power: Airplane-friendly high capacity power bank provides 6.1 charges for the iPhone 7, 4 charges for the Samsung Galaxy S8, and 1.6 charges for the iPad Air 2
  • Dual Output Meets All Charging Needs: Includes dual iSmart ports for optimized charging with up to 5V/2.4A output per port (Total 5V/3.4A)
  • 2X Faster Recharge Speed: Save 50% on your recharge time with a full battery in just 9 to 10 hours
  • Thoughtful and Detailed Design: Curved edges offer a better feel and a stylish look; all three ports are located together for convenience and to minimize wire tangling
  • Trusted Safety and Protection: Keeps your device safe with voltage surge, over charge/discharge, and high temperature protections
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Have a very similar RAVPower and have always been very happy with it. This looks to be an excellent deal.
Great deal OP! For non prime members that have USB C devices and want to get 3A charging/recharging speeds, this might be worth considering for £26 after discount:
amazon.co.uk/dp/…5_t
Edited by: "alphamusic" 28th Mar
Excellent price! Top brand. Heat
OP change the headline

I'm not a prime member and just bought this for £16.69. Just remember to add the discount from the drop-down menu where it says 'Promotion message' and crucially change your delivery to the free 3-5 days option.
Edited by: "HyperLuminal" 28th Mar
Brought this for the same price last year, well worth it, going great, no issues. Capacity I am finding is about 18,000mAh not 20,000 but seems better than anker in this regard
Good price!! I need a powerbank with 3A Output to quick charge
I thought 3A/5V was proprietary I.e. Qualcomm QuickCharge and MediaTek PumpExpress? Will this charge these devices at full speed?
Roger_Irrelevant1 h, 46 m ago

I thought 3A/5V was proprietary I.e. Qualcomm QuickCharge and MediaTek …I thought 3A/5V was proprietary I.e. Qualcomm QuickCharge and MediaTek PumpExpress? Will this charge these devices at full speed?


No, it is 2.4A per port max, but I'd guess most devices won't be able to take more than 2A. It does not support any of the newer quick charging technologies. If you want that you have to pay £9 more (see my link above)
I have a 20000mAh pack for travelling. I wouldn't travel without it
Roger_Irrelevant2 h, 46 m ago

I thought 3A/5V was proprietary I.e. Qualcomm QuickCharge and MediaTek …I thought 3A/5V was proprietary I.e. Qualcomm QuickCharge and MediaTek PumpExpress? Will this charge these devices at full speed?

This will charge at 80% of QuickCharge and USB-C speeds (2.4A vs 3.0A). I own this powerbank (amongst others) and it will happily charge my wife's iPad and my own S8 at full 2.4A's (Indivually) or 2.4A plus 1.0A with both ports occupied.

The powerbank is well-built and I have used it daily for ~4 months without issue. The powerbank itself takes around 9 hours to fully charge from a 2.4A wall socket, or Samsung / Apple fast chargers.

Note that this bank really does provide 20,000mAh capacity, and that it holds almost as much charge as RavPower's 26,800mAh version which yields closer to 22,000mAh. I have both, plus a USB power analyser.

This is the best value for money powerbank I have owned/tested.
Does this support pass through charging? Looking to supplement a dash cam for supermarket car parks etc
Excellent power bank 🏾 and pretty quick charging too in my experience
What is the better deal? This, or the Aukey 20,000mAh posted on this site a few days ago (android user)? Cheers.
Couldn't say no for the price. ty op!
Any good for the nintendo switch??
Looking for a power bank for a long haul flight
Orville12 h, 58 m ago

This will charge at 80% of QuickCharge and USB-C speeds (2.4A vs 3.0A). I …This will charge at 80% of QuickCharge and USB-C speeds (2.4A vs 3.0A). I own this powerbank (amongst others) and it will happily charge my wife's iPad and my own S8 at full 2.4A's (Indivually) or 2.4A plus 1.0A with both ports occupied.The powerbank is well-built and I have used it daily for ~4 months without issue. The powerbank itself takes around 9 hours to fully charge from a 2.4A wall socket, or Samsung / Apple fast chargers.Note that this bank really does provide 20,000mAh capacity, and that it holds almost as much charge as RavPower's 26,800mAh version which yields closer to 22,000mAh. I have both, plus a USB power analyser.This is the best value for money powerbank I have owned/tested.


it may deliver 80% of the current but proper quick charge doesn't just operate at 5V so its not really the same
Great powerbank, I’ve had mine over a year with no issues. They come with a lifetime warranty believe it or not...
Hot. Minimal fake reviews.
Hmmm, can't see the promotional price on the drop-down. Perhaps the offer has expired?
The only promo code now is for £3.30 off.
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