RAV Power 26800mAh Power Bank £29.99 prime / £34.74 non prime Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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RAV Power 26800mAh Power Bank £29.99 prime / £34.74 non prime Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 25th Feb
The blockbuster RAV Power 26800mAh Power Bank, with 2 x USB outputs and 1 x Type C. And the great benefit of this model is the dual CHARGING ports - 1 x standard micro PLUS using the type C port. Certainly the powerbank charges quickly and saves time - say from 10 % to full in around 7 hours I find - because with the large capacity, was an overnight job otherwise! Find it lasts at least a week charging up my phone every night (using the C type port)

Check the measurements - 10 x 8 x 6 cm and the weight is 462 grams, so make sure it is for you and your uses. It is chunky and has 'heft' but as usual for RAV power is very well made and supported. Comes with 2 x Micro USB Charging Cables, 1 x Micro USB to Type C Connector, 1 x Carry Pouch.

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Spec. sheet pdf available here ravpower.com/dow…tml
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Hot for the type C port.
shatteredneon6 m ago

Hot for the type C port.


But no Quick Charge 3.0 . Usb c socket does not charge your phone fast.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 25th Feb
sam_of_london1 h, 5 m ago

But no Quick Charge 3.0 . Usb c socket does not charge your phone fast.


Any recommendations on a Quick charger 3.0?

I noticed my phone has became slower with charging
Now it seems very slow
I have the charmast powerbank, it's good but I was unable to use it to charge my laptop which is unfortunate
If you have USB C input why not USB C output, devices like this complicates an already complicated market.

Its also a 4.5A charge on usb C which will be a fire risk for most cheap USB C cables which are rated 3A (hence I say always buy 5A cables only)
OperateOnMe11 h, 21 m ago

If you have USB C input why not USB C output, devices like this …If you have USB C input why not USB C output, devices like this complicates an already complicated market. Its also a 4.5A charge on usb C which will be a fire risk for most cheap USB C cables which are rated 3A (hence I say always buy 5A cables only)


I was thinking the same, the usb c port is useless. I wasn't brave enough to post comment though in case I was wrong
Ye of little faith - should have done your homework, it DOES charge devices via the USB C port - it's bi-directional :-) At a max of 3A. Check the specs. table near the bottom of the page. And the dual charging INPUT capability really makes a difference when charging. Lasts for ages. See the good reviews, and a great buy at the time, £47 quid now.
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