Power bank 25000mAh Portable Charger £22.99 @ Sold by Highway Techbuy and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Power bank 25000mAh Portable Charger £22.99 @ Sold by Highway Techbuy and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 8th Nov
Power

bank 25000mAh Portable Charger High Capacity External Battery With

4-modes LED Flashlight Dual Ports for iPhone iPad Samsung Android

Cameras PSP Tablets

22 Comments

i never trust the reported power in these 15000mAh+ powerbanks

anyone tested this model?

hashman1 h, 5 m ago

i never trust the reported power in these 15000mAh+ powerbanksanyone …i never trust the reported power in these 15000mAh+ powerbanksanyone tested this model?


I am a China Importer and have an office there AND I fully agree with You. Never trust anything beyond the 10 000mAh.

Keep in mind that if you travelling, you are not allowed to carry it on board the plane.

Original Poster

i have one and lasts me a week on holiday charging my samsung s7

CompuFocus3 h, 45 m ago

Keep in mind that if you travelling, you are not allowed to carry it on …Keep in mind that if you travelling, you are not allowed to carry it on board the plane.


Why is that? I have carried mine over the last few years in each and every flight. I know that they are even sold as means of ensuring your devices power up at airport security when the rules changed a few years ago to make sure the devices were real and not some dummy device to pack explosives in

EXZAMS4 h, 6 m ago

i have one and lasts me a week on holiday charging my samsung s7



so s7 has a 3000 mAh battery and i am told each charge lasts 15-18 h on regular use...
so in 7 days thats around 9 charges so... 28000 mAh? more that the reported capacity lol

are you making stuff up?

markda200036 m ago

Why is that? I have carried mine over the last few years in each and every …Why is that? I have carried mine over the last few years in each and every flight. I know that they are even sold as means of ensuring your devices power up at airport security when the rules changed a few years ago to make sure the devices were real and not some dummy device to pack explosives in


In the new regulations of carrying laptop on board the plane if you are coming to UK from certain countries, they also limit the size of the power Banks to max. 10000mAh (if I remember it right).
Edited by: "CompuFocus" 8th Nov

CompuFocus1 h, 16 m ago

In the new regulations of carrying laptop on board the plane if you are …In the new regulations of carrying laptop on board the plane if you are coming to UK from certain countries, they also limit the size of the power Banks to max. 10000mAh (if I remember it right).

just found this easyacc.com/med…ht/ and this
easyacc.com/med…ht/

looks like the powerbanks are fine and the laptop restriction is on a very few routes

I've had one of these for over two years and use it occasionally when on holiday or long journeys. It has managed to charge two phones and a mini ipod so I would highly recommend it.

hashman3 h, 5 m ago

so s7 has a 3000 mAh battery and i am told each charge lasts 15-18 h on …so s7 has a 3000 mAh battery and i am told each charge lasts 15-18 h on regular use... so in 7 days thats around 9 charges so... 28000 mAh? more that the reported capacity lolare you making stuff up?


Or isn't running the phone for 15-18h thus only needing to top up the charge?

Looks identical to the EC Technology one which was rated 22000mAh. It probably is round about 20000mAh given its heft and actual ability to charge devices.

hashman3 h, 18 m ago

so s7 has a 3000 mAh battery and i am told each charge lasts 15-18 h on …so s7 has a 3000 mAh battery and i am told each charge lasts 15-18 h on regular use... so in 7 days thats around 9 charges so... 28000 mAh? more that the reported capacity lolare you making stuff up?

Really wouldn't be a lot of point in going on holiday if he was using it that much. Or maybe common sense tells you usage is a bit less than your assumption?

I have this and an anker 20,000. The anker lasts twice as long. Be surprised if this is 12, 000 maximum

CompuFocus7 h, 47 m ago

I am a China Importer and have an office there AND I fully agree with You. …I am a China Importer and have an office there AND I fully agree with You. Never trust anything beyond the 10 000mAh.


I'm currently learning Chinese, I see the opportunities in importing and dealing with China now. However they do have a lot of dodgy business practices and seem to get away with a lot. Do you have issues with warranties much?

Did I read this correct... 1amp and 2.1amp current? I thought we suppose to be in 2017. As much as I want to recommend this, please avoid it.

ghostm4n49 m ago

Really wouldn't be a lot of point in going on holiday if he was using it …Really wouldn't be a lot of point in going on holiday if he was using it that much. Or maybe common sense tells you usage is a bit less than your assumption?

then the answer is irrelevant... no one to confirm real capacity

I have 16000mah one. Works great but very slow to charge it, plus terrible flash light that is like 1/10th of the iphone flas
Edited by: "hashemcom007" 8th Nov

Rubbish, these are listed all over aliexpress and the china sites like gearbest, their real capacity varies between 6000-10,000mah

This is definitely not 25000 mah avoid and buy anker

CompuFocus16 h, 2 m ago

Keep in mind that if you travelling, you are not allowed to carry it on …Keep in mind that if you travelling, you are not allowed to carry it on board the plane.


Carried it over twice in the last four weeks, including Gatwick = no issues

markda200013 h, 46 m ago

Why is that? I have carried mine over the last few years in each and every …Why is that? I have carried mine over the last few years in each and every flight. I know that they are even sold as means of ensuring your devices power up at airport security when the rules changed a few years ago to make sure the devices were real and not some dummy device to pack explosives in



yeah, they are wrong. I have a 15,000mah version of this exact one (in blue) just went all the way to Hong Kong then to Taiwan via Istanbul and returned back to the UK. you are not allowed to put this item in your hold luggage under new restrictions to researchable batteries. Was fine in my carry on though, no issues anywhere. Even when returning to UK from turkey.

One of the most clear explanations of the rules around powerbanks in flight luggage I have come across is on the Qatar Airways website or Emirates website

For powerbanks, the cut-off is usually at 100Wh and allowed only in hand luggage.

HTH
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