Power Bank, VINSIC 20000mAh Ultra-slim Power Bank, Dual USB Port 2.1A & 1A External Mobile Battery Charger for iPhone, iPad, iPod, Samsung Devices, Cell Phones, Tablet PCs (Silver) £22.90 Sold by High Tech International and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Power Bank, VINSIC 20000mAh Ultra-slim Power Bank, Dual USB Port 2.1A & 1A External Mobile Battery Charger for iPhone, iPad, iPod, Samsung Devices, Cell Phones, Tablet PCs (Silver) £22.90 Sold by High Tech International and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 3rd Feb 2015
Was £69.99.

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Power Bank 20000mAh

Description
This VINSIC 20000mAh Ultra-slim Power Bank is designed with two USB output ports will quickly and effectively help to solve the low power problem for your digital device while traveling out.
With such high capacity, in such a compact package, it is perfect for traveling, business trips, or just any time you're away from an outlet.
It is convenient to carry anywhere with a compact size. It is your optimal choice.

Fast Charging & Compatibility
The super high capacity 20000mAh power bank will conveniently solve the low power problem for your digital device while on-the-go.
It comes with two USB ports which can be used to charge two devices simultaneously.
It is universal fits for iPhone, iPad, iPod, Samsung devices, HTC phones, tablet PCs, digital cameras, game consoles and MP3/MP4 players, etc.

Safe to Use & Ultra-slim Design
It supports over- charged, over-discharged, over-voltage, over-current and short circuit protection to protect your devices from damage. The LED indicator help you easily know the charging status and battery level to effectively avoid charging accident.
Ultra-slim design and touch smoothly.
With compact size and lightweight, make it an absolute must-have product in your home and for your travel.

Specifications
Capacity: 20000mAh
USB Port: 2 x USB2.0
Input: 5V, 2A
Output1: 5V 2.1A
Output2: 5V 1A

Package includes
1 x VINSIC 20000mAh Power Bank
1 x Micro USB Charging Cable

Has some good reviews so I have ordered one

37 Comments

Never heard of the brand but the design looks nice lol.

have some heat

481g, so more for a bag than a pocket.

Heat added.

How big this? Looks huge!

NiloshanJ

How big this? Looks huge!



you'd think they would put the dimensions on the product page wouldn't you.

Oh hang on they did:

Product Dimensions: 17.3 x 1.3 x 12.2 cm ; 449 g

Banned

Thanks OP.

Yet another gadget bought I probably don't need! lol

Looks twice as wide

Love this thing. Slim but large, fits the bill and charges as advertised. Sleek blue led display and charges relatively quickly.

I take it on business trips and never have to worry about my smartphone running out of power mid-flight.

soyankss

I take it on business trips and never have to worry about my smartphone … I take it on business trips and never have to worry about my smartphone running out of power mid-flight.



Are you allowed to take this in your cabin luggage? Just curious, I bought one a while ago and always wanted to know if they were allowed

fran1o86

Are you allowed to take this in your cabin luggage? Just curious, I … Are you allowed to take this in your cabin luggage? Just curious, I bought one a while ago and always wanted to know if they were allowed



Yes,it's allowed to take.

got a 50000ma one on eay for £13.44, ok took 2 weeks from china but its much better so cold from.me

soyankss

Yes,it's allowed to take.



I took an Anker 3300mah (a cylindrical design with a button on the top which lights up green when pressed) in my hand luggage, through Rome Ciampino and I'd left the charger cable plugged into the top of it.

Needless to say there was a point, when security pulled me to one side, that I wish I'd kept a change of underwear and toilet roll in my carry on.


Edited by: "mark_trev" 4th Feb 2015

This is a great design to be in the back of a back pack. Shame there's no 2.4a output though..........

stephenash1

got a 50000ma one on eay for £13.44, ok took 2 weeks from china but its … got a 50000ma one on eay for £13.44, ok took 2 weeks from china but its much better so cold from.me



I'd be surprised if it actually tested as 50000, Chinese no-name batteries just tend to come up with a massive number that has no relation to the capacity and shove it on the box.

Ah man, went to buy it and the price changed before i managed to pay for it

Gone up to £34.99 now, but no doubt it will fall again judging my the camelcamelcamel graph:

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Or get this one for less

http://www.amazon.co.uk/EC-Technology%C2%AE-18000mAh-Dual-Port-Tablets-Silver/dp/B00LVTUX06

I've got the EC Technology one and it's great.

I usually get generic no-name Chinese powerbanks from tinydeal or fasttech, a few dollars and then I just pop some Samsung 16850 batteries in. Same batteries my e-cigarette uses, so they effectively double as chargers :P.

soyankss

I take it on business trips and never have to worry about my smartphone … I take it on business trips and never have to worry about my smartphone running out of power mid-flight.



I am glad you mentioned this are these allowed on planes? you know in your laptop bag/ flight bag?

alan3

Or get this one for less … Or get this one for less http://www.amazon.co.uk/EC-Technology%C2%AE-18000mAh-Dual-Port-Tablets-Silver/dp/B00LVTUX06I've got the EC Technology one and it's great.


It's less because it's got less power.

Original Poster

Oh man that didn't last long! Annoys me when Amazon do this!

Mine just arrived. Bigger and heavier than I thought which is not a problem. It weighs 540g not 449g as claimed and is about the size of a small Kindle. Mine arrived with a 95% charge already in it.

Mines also arrived. Works a dream!

Mine too all good. Any views on charging it? Must it be connected to a computer USB port or could I connect it to the wall via Apple / Samsung charger?

its 29.90 now

schmoog

I usually get generic no-name Chinese powerbanks from tinydeal or … I usually get generic no-name Chinese powerbanks from tinydeal or fasttech, a few dollars and then I just pop some Samsung 16850 batteries in. Same batteries my e-cigarette uses, so they effectively double as chargers :P.



You mean 18650? Where do you get your batteries? I've only ever bought a pair of 18650s and they cost me £22.

Parfy

Mine too all good. Any views on charging it? Must it be connected to a … Mine too all good. Any views on charging it? Must it be connected to a computer USB port or could I connect it to the wall via Apple / Samsung charger?



I would charge it via a 2.1amp or 2.4amp charger at the mains. I would imagine it would take forever to charge from a USB port on a computer. Which I would guess is below 1amp.

seanrtkelly

I would charge it via a 2.1amp or 2.4amp charger at the mains. I would … I would charge it via a 2.1amp or 2.4amp charger at the mains. I would imagine it would take forever to charge from a USB port on a computer. Which I would guess is below 1amp.



ok thanks, this isn't something i know about. So using my iPad charger should be fine (i believe that's 2.1amp). Haven't had a power bank before and didn't fancy it exploding or anything!

Original Poster

They look good don't they!

Original Poster

Absolutely love mine, the offer is also back on £22.90

What would be the difference between this and this -


ebay.co.uk/itm…1d4

Wooney

What would be the difference between this and this … What would be the difference between this and this -http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/20000mAh-Portable-Dual-USB-Power-Bank-External-Battery-Pack-Charger-Black-White-/361183232468?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&var=&hash=item541832c1d4

That one won't be anything like 20000mAh! Also look at the pictures, its practically falling apart sat there!

Original Poster

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Wooney

What would be the difference between this and this … What would be the difference between this and this -http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/20000mAh-Portable-Dual-USB-Power-Bank-External-Battery-Pack-Charger-Black-White-/361183232468?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&var=&hash=item541832c1d4


Nothing like this product, does the same job but I'd doubt its reliability and looks pretty crappy to start with

C-Fax

I'd be surprised if it actually tested as 50000, Chinese no-name batteries just tend to come up with  a massive number that has no relation to the capacity and shove it on the box. 



And blow up after 15 min.

stephenash1

got a 50000ma one on eay for £13.44, ok took 2 weeks from china but its … got a 50000ma one on eay for £13.44, ok took 2 weeks from china but its much better so cold from.me


lol thats a clear fake, they probably just say that
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