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Power Banks RAVPower 26800 Portable Charger 26800mAh 3-Port 5.5A iSmart Output Battery Pack for iPhone XS/XS MAX/XR, Galaxy S9/S8 and Other Android Devices £25.99 Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Power Banks RAVPower 26800 Portable Charger 26800mAh 3-Port 5.5A iSmart Output Battery Pack for iPhone XS/XS MAX/XR, Galaxy S9/S8 and Other Android Devices £25.99 Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Posted 29th Sep 2018

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Back down in price, and a brilliant choice if you need some extra juice on the go. 3 USB 2.0 ports for charging, with a total current output of 5.5A which can charge 3 devices at once.

Supports high speed charging of 2.4A with compatible cable.

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sam_of_london29/09/2018 22:41

No Power Delivery 3.0 no quick charge 3.0 , no usb c for fast charging the …No Power Delivery 3.0 no quick charge 3.0 , no usb c for fast charging the charger .


Jesus Christ
No Power Delivery 3.0 no quick charge 3.0 , no usb c for fast charging the charger .
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 29th Sep 2018
jony_bobo11 m ago

Hate how Amazon no longer delivers to NI as I can't get these deals


It’s very difficult for them to add an extra label on the package.........So it is!........:/
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Nice descriptive post, well done Batmobile543. Heated too
No Power Delivery 3.0 no quick charge 3.0 , no usb c for fast charging the charger .
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 29th Sep 2018
sam_of_london29/09/2018 22:41

No Power Delivery 3.0 no quick charge 3.0 , no usb c for fast charging the …No Power Delivery 3.0 no quick charge 3.0 , no usb c for fast charging the charger .


Jesus Christ
Hate how Amazon no longer delivers to NI as I can't get these deals
jony_bobo11 m ago

Hate how Amazon no longer delivers to NI as I can't get these deals


It’s very difficult for them to add an extra label on the package.........So it is!........:/
Nice find OP, although I've read somewhere the maximum capacity allowed onto airplanes was 10000mAh ...
Not 100% sure but worth checking before buying.
sam_of_london9 h, 8 m ago

No Power Delivery 3.0 no quick charge 3.0 , no usb c for fast charging the …No Power Delivery 3.0 no quick charge 3.0 , no usb c for fast charging the charger .


Cold no NFC
Cold no digital screen to show remaining charge etc
brandocrispim6 h, 31 m ago

Nice find OP, although I've read somewhere the maximum capacity allowed …Nice find OP, although I've read somewhere the maximum capacity allowed onto airplanes was 10000mAh ...Not 100% sure but worth checking before buying.


I recently took a pair of 20000mAh power banks onto a plane with easyjet, no questions asked.
Despite wot Sam of London thinks these are top notch and good value for money
I would sooner buy a Xiaomi 20,000mAH charger.

QC3.0 to charge the power bank, and QC 3.0 output to your devices. (Having the power bank fully charge in just a few hours rather than 10-12 I find to be so much more useful than just having a massive slow charging power bank)

m.ebay.co.uk/sch…692
Edited by: "yadiyada" 30th Sep 2018
sam_of_london29/09/2018 22:41

No Power Delivery 3.0 no quick charge 3.0 , no usb c for fast charging the …No Power Delivery 3.0 no quick charge 3.0 , no usb c for fast charging the charger .


No cup holders or sun roof either!!
moorevfr30/09/2018 09:58

No cup holders or sun roof either!!


His comments are actually relevant. These massive power banks take an age to charge. Most modern phones also have a form of quick charge. So why not get a power bank that is quick to recharge and quick to charge?
Wish I could get the USB C model at this price.
HellriderUKDeals694 h, 36 m ago

Cold no digital screen to show remaining charge etc

I often adventure on rough terrain. I avoid LCD screens on power banks because I see them as a weak point. Not as durable as LEDs
yadiyada30/09/2018 10:00

His comments are actually relevant. These massive power banks take an age …His comments are actually relevant. These massive power banks take an age to charge. Most modern phones also have a form of quick charge. So why not get a power bank that is quick to recharge and quick to charge?


No ones arguing that his points are irrelevant. If you’re an active user and check posts frequently then you know that he is pretty much on every damn tech deal and always comments the same crap.

I don’t see you or Sam posting an alternative at the same price point. Pointing out everything the item doesn’t have is one thing but spamming it without offering an alternative on every post is just stupid.
aMagicalPotato30/09/2018 12:59

No ones arguing that his points are irrelevant. If you’re an active user a …No ones arguing that his points are irrelevant. If you’re an active user and check posts frequently then you know that he is pretty much on every damn tech deal and always comments the same crap.I don’t see you or Sam posting an alternative at the same price point. Pointing out everything the item doesn’t have is one thing but spamming it without offering an alternative on every post is just stupid.


I did actually post a battery that I personally feel is a much better balance of features (QC3.0 in & out. 20,000mAH - £22.50 on eBay. Xiaomi 2C, linked to above. Often can be bought cheaper too. I got mine for £18).

Oh, and I actually posted the link prior to the comment that you ended up replying to. So I'm not sure why you are putting me in the same bracket as Sam. Because I clearly did post a link to an alternative 👌
Edited by: "yadiyada" 30th Sep 2018
yadiyada30/09/2018 13:33

I did actually post a battery that I personally feel is a much better …I did actually post a battery that I personally feel is a much better balance of features (QC3.0 in & out. 20,000mAH - £22.50 on eBay. Xiaomi 2C, linked to above. Often can be bought cheaper too. I got mine for £18).Oh, and I actually posted the link prior to the comment that you ended up replying to. So I'm not sure why you are putting me in the same bracket as Sam. Because I clearly did post a link to an alternative 👌


Just seen the link now. Fair play but again my points still apply to Sam.

Although the power bank you posted may be better there’s no confirmation that it’s real or legit and tbh the reason people will choose this one as opposed to the one you posted is convenience. RAVpower warranty is good and so is amazons 2 year prime warranty, next day delivery and hermes pickup if anything goes wrong, you know that you’re covered in all aspects.

Thanks for the alternative though
The negative as well as the positive comments enable people like me to make an informed decision. I know nothing about power banks and appreciate both sides of the argument. It’s good to know there are better features available even without any alternative products being highlighted.
brandocrispim30th Sep

Nice find OP, although I've read somewhere the maximum capacity allowed …Nice find OP, although I've read somewhere the maximum capacity allowed onto airplanes was 10000mAh ...Not 100% sure but worth checking before buying.


Yes you are absolutely correct. This works out at 134k watt hours. The maximum allowed is 100k watt hours unless you get permission from the airline which is too much hassle.

I have the 100kWH which is pefectly adequate.
Edited by: "Argyll68" 3rd Oct 2018
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