Portable Charger RAVPower 22000mAh Power Bank 5.8A Output 3-Port External Battery Pack (was £28.99) £20.29 @ Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Portable Charger RAVPower 22000mAh Power Bank 5.8A Output 3-Port External Battery Pack (was £28.99) £20.29 @ Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 25th Mar 2017
Make It Three. Make It Right 
Not one, not two, but three iSmart 2.0 USB ports to power up to 3 devices at once. Connect your iPhone 6s, your iPad, and Android device, and let the latest 
iSmart 2.0 technology and its internal mechanisms optimize the total power output for a faster and safer charging experience - up to 5.8A overall or 2.4A per port. 

A Whole Week Without A Power Socket 
This juggernaut of a power bank has one of the largest battery capacities on the market. Whether you use it for yourself or you share it with your friends, its huge 
22000mAh capacity will take care of any power need you throw at it: fully charge an iPhone 6s up to 9 times or an iPad Mini more than 
2 times. When the power bank is finally empty, charge it back up in just 10-11 hours with a 5V/ 2A or 5V/2.4A charger. 

Made To Outlast 
The new and improved high-density Li-polymer battery outlasts both conventional Li-polymer batteries and 18650 cells when it comes to efficiency, performance, 
and protection. The battery retains 70-80% of its total capacity even after 500 charge-discharge cycles. That translates into a solid 7-10% of extra power year after year. 

Quality Inside & Out 
What do Mercedes-Benz, BMW, and in general all luxury cars have in common? One word: quality. The 22000mAh external battery pack's shell is made of the same 
UL94 V-0 fire-resistant thermoplastic alloy material luxury cars are made of. The core consists of an advanced high-voltage Li-polymer battery that comes from the 
same manufacturer and undergoes the same quality control as the iPhone's own battery. For quality you can trust and rely on, look no further. 

What's In the Box: 
1 x RAVPower Ace Series 22000mAh External Battery Pack 
2 x Micro-USB Charging Cables 
1 x Carry Pouch 
1 x Lifetime Warranty Card 
1 x User Guide
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What are the thoughts on this one? Comparable to an Anker?
davidbrent

What are the thoughts on this one? Comparable to an Anker?



Same question, looking for one to take on holiday.
rachelandgromit

Same question, looking for one to take on holiday.



Me too. I've bit the bullet and gone for it. It has a lot of great reviews. Some people have said it is quite heavy but that doesn't bother me. There are also other deals with it where you can get up to 35% off the other item.
RAVpower are good and in the same league as Anker - they don't do paid-for reviews and have few failures. They do tend to work out a little less expensive compared to Anker.
Dont forget a decent quality fast mains charger for it, if you havent got one.Or youll be there for hours upon hours charging the powerbank - see graphs on image 4
RAVpower is good. When my 10400 mah version failed I sent it back for a full refund. Amazon of course refunded and a day later I had an email from RAVpower, they offered me a new one for a review. 2 years later I still use it, however ports are a bit wobbly.
Bit the bullet- perfect for my usb c charging laptop. Thanks OP
I'm sceptical whether something that size and weight really has 22000mAh capacity. I suspect real capacity is more like 2/3rds of that.
There's a very good one on unbox therapy channel on YouTube that also has wireless charging and can charge a laptop but is $300 !
3 times 2.4A is 7.2A, therefore this device is only capable of 2 x 2.4A and the third port is just 1A. Not bad, but description should be clearer...
davidbrent

What are the thoughts on this one? Comparable to an Anker?



Got a couple of their older models, similar to this, and they are great. Word of warning though, a lot of airlines, particularly in the far east, are now limiting the size and number of powerbanks a person can take on a flight. We were recently in Thailand and on our internal flights it was 2 with a max capacity of 16000mAh each. They have to be in your carry on bag so they can check them (and they were, very thoroughly) and were screening hold luggage at checkin to make sure there were none in there.
Edited by: "Begize" 26th Mar 2017
rachelandgromit

Same question, looking for one to take on holiday.



​10,000mAh max is common for cabin allowance. I would take anything bigger unless you want to risk leaving it.
Rys_Ochodzki

3 times 2.4A is 7.2A, therefore this device is only capable of 2 x 2.4A … 3 times 2.4A is 7.2A, therefore this device is only capable of 2 x 2.4A and the third port is just 1A. Not bad, but description should be clearer...



Easy enough, just stagger the charging of the third device by 20mins or so, when one of the others is well into its cycle, and not taking full current.
Edited by: "airdsuk" 26th Mar 2017
Guys, this is not suitable for flights.

A 20,000 mAh power bank (equal to 100Wh) is the FAA limit.
shahg

Guys, this is not suitable for flights.A 20,000 mAh power bank (equal to … Guys, this is not suitable for flights.A 20,000 mAh power bank (equal to 100Wh) is the FAA limit.



I'll be checking it in with hold luggage so not a problem for me.
davidbrent

I'll be checking it in with hold luggage so not a problem for me.



Be careful, a lot of airlines are not allowing them in hold luggage at all.
Edited by: "Begize" 27th Mar 2017
Begize

Be careful, a lot of airlines are not allowing them in hold luggage at … Be careful, a lot of airlines are not allowing them in hold luggage at all.



I'm flying with Thomas Cook airlines to the US, I haven't found any mention of powerbank on the restrictions yet.has anyone flown with TC before with powerbank?
Amazon won't ship this to Northern Ireland.

Shame as it's a good offer :-(
davidbrent

I'm flying with Thomas Cook airlines to the US, I haven't found any … I'm flying with Thomas Cook airlines to the US, I haven't found any mention of powerbank on the restrictions yet.has anyone flown with TC before with powerbank?



Probably OK then, a I said we were just in Thailand and all the airports had big signs up explaing you could only take them in hand luggage so they could be inspected.
Begize

Be careful, a lot of airlines are not allowing them in hold luggage at … Be careful, a lot of airlines are not allowing them in hold luggage at all.



That's how I lost my last one. Forgot to take it out of my hold luggage.. Got ok out Japan to Istanbul but it was from Istanbul to UK.
Edited by: "rachelandgromit" 30th Mar 2017
Can confirm just returned and took this on holiday, went through all security fine in UK, Thailand, NZ and Cook Islands.
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