RAVPower 20000mAh USB Battery Pack with Dual iSmart 2.0 USB Ports, 3.4A Max Output, 2.4A Input Power Bank - £16.79 Prime / £20.87 non prime with offer @ Amazon / SVT
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RAVPower 20000mAh USB Battery Pack with Dual iSmart 2.0 USB Ports, 3.4A Max Output, 2.4A Input Power Bank - £16.79 Prime / £20.87 non prime with offer @ Amazon / SVT

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Found 10th Nov
21/11 back again

Pretty sweet for 20000Mah! -Click on the promo code banner on page and redeem offer


I've put £3.99 P&P for non prime as wont let me see the offer without logging in, if wrong please let me know and will update!

Poss a new model but 22000mah review here amazon.co.uk/dp/…QYG and very good

20000mAh Long Lasting Power: Airplane-friendly high capacity power bank provides 6.1 charges for the iPhone 7, 4 charges for the Samsung Galaxy S8, and 1.6 charges for the iPad Air 2
Dual Output Meets All Charging Needs: Includes dual iSmart ports for optimized charging with up to 5V/2.4A output per port (Total 5V/3.4A)
2X Faster Recharge Speed: Save 50% on your recharge time with a full battery in just 9 to 10 hours
Thoughtful and Detailed Design: Curved edges offer a better feel and a stylish look; all three ports are located together for convenience and to minimize wire tangling
Trusted Safety and Protection: Keeps your device safe with voltage surge, over charge/discharge, and high temperature protection

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The_IMF50 m ago

£27.99 now

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Can I jump a car battery with this ?
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This listing does not have any reviews. Is this just as good as the Anker Powercore 20100?

Decent price if you can live without Quick Charge 3.0 and/or USB C.

Thanks for posting.

Thanks for sharing. Does anyone know if this support charge through i.e. charge at the same time as powering connected devices?

I have the 2650mah one and its amazing. This is a bargain price. Have some heat
Edited by: "montana78" 10th Nov

Will this be any good for a Nintendo Switch?

JmeBud1 h, 23 m ago

Decent price if you can live without Quick Charge 3.0 and/or USB C.


Quick Charge 3.0 largely irrelevant on USB C as far as my understanding goes as it draws as much current as it can from the power source. Eg this should still say ‘charging rapidly’ on something like a Pixel or a G5.
Edited by: "misterleoni" 10th Nov

eonise1 h, 4 m ago

Thanks for sharing. Does anyone know if this support charge through i.e. …Thanks for sharing. Does anyone know if this support charge through i.e. charge at the same time as powering connected devices?


I think this is very unlikely. I’ve never found a charger that does this, as it could cause the cells to overheat and catch fire.

Thanks OP, grabbed one although I'm a bit worried about no reviews.

Santa00118 m ago

Thanks OP, grabbed one although I'm a bit worried about no reviews.


I jumped on too:

techadvisor.co.uk/rev…17/


Not the same product, but the same maker at least. Worth a go in my opinion

Anybody know if this could charge a macbook pro?

£27.99 now

Ordered... Good spot

Looks like a good deal, ordered!

The_IMF50 m ago

£27.99 now

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I don't have prime and it's still £16 free delivery

Items: £27.99

P&P: £3.99

Promo: -£15.19

Order Total: £16.79
Edited by: "KevinAnthonyMurphy" 10th Nov

john543216 h, 2 m ago

Anybody know if this could charge a macbook pro?


No

marko88810 h, 52 m ago

Will this be any good for a Nintendo Switch?


Yeah - though pretty much any charger that outputs at least 5v/2.4a will be a good option. I even got by well with an older 2.0a output that managed to charge while playing.

got the type c equivalent - great powerbank, mine came with a nice sleeve/case thing you can carry it around with

misterleoni10 h, 49 m ago

I think this is very unlikely. I’ve never found a charger that does this, a …I think this is very unlikely. I’ve never found a charger that does this, as it could cause the cells to overheat and catch fire.


If you check out Julian Ilets video here he shows just that...

Can I jump a car battery with this ?

RAVpower is just as good as Anker. Fantastic find. Thanks OP

misterleoni15 h, 38 m ago

Quick Charge 3.0 largely irrelevant on USB C as far as my understanding …Quick Charge 3.0 largely irrelevant on USB C as far as my understanding goes as it draws as much current as it can from the power source. Eg this should still say ‘charging rapidly’ on something like a Pixel or a G5.

That's right. USB C will deliver about 3A so quick charge is defunct. Don't know why devices still use micro usb after all this time!

Would this charge any samsung phone or just the S8 as said?

gaggarwal19819 h, 40 m ago

RAVpower is just as good as Anker. Fantastic find. Thanks OP


I had and lost an aukey which rated higher than anker. Thinking of going for this however wondering if I should wait for a deal on a USB c socket as that's the future

Edit gone for it. Too good a deal to turn down as my aukey may not turn up
Edited by: "josh971" 11th Nov

No shipping to Northern Ireland not voted either way

heat from me, very handy additional battery for running my i.p cameras

Askrulous41 m ago

heat from me, very handy additional battery for running my i.p cameras

Can you explain ? Do you use these instead of a mains plug ? If so how long would it last.
Thanks.

jsty310514 h, 50 m ago

Yeah - though pretty much any charger that outputs at least 5v/2.4a will …Yeah - though pretty much any charger that outputs at least 5v/2.4a will be a good option. I even got by well with an older 2.0a output that managed to charge while playing.




It negotiates the power transfer rate, if it's USB C to USB C.

This doesn't have USB C though, so it'll do a maximum of 2.4amp on a single port. What cable you use doesn't matter, it can't exceed that. Sadly this means you can't get rapid charging on the Pixel etc...as they require the ability to supply ~18 watt and be able to change the voltage via negotiation.

QuickCharge on USB C is....interesting....and has a bunch of issues: extremetech.com/mob…ble

You're best in these cases to use the official Samsung / Whatever charger, as they have custom circuitry in to handle this.

I only use original chargers these days given how cheap they are.
dtokez9 h, 31 m ago

That's right. USB C will deliver about 3A so quick charge is defunct. …That's right. USB C will deliver about 3A so quick charge is defunct. Don't know why devices still use micro usb after all this time!



Because it's still, by far, the most common connector. Not to mention the cables people have.

Separate to that, USB C is more expensive. You need additional circuitry and components to ensure it can do all of the USB C specification, such as higher wattage output.

1616french16 h, 48 m ago

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Is this specifically for this item?

nomnomnomnom20 m ago

It negotiates the power transfer rate, if it's USB C to USB C.This doesn't …It negotiates the power transfer rate, if it's USB C to USB C.This doesn't have USB C though, so it'll do a maximum of 2.4amp on a single port. What cable you use doesn't matter, it can't exceed that. Sadly this means you can't get rapid charging on the Pixel etc...as they require the ability to supply ~18 watt and be able to change the voltage via negotiation.QuickCharge on USB C is....interesting....and has a bunch of issues: http://www.extremetech.com/mobile/227188-google-engineer-warns-usb-type-c-qualcomm-quick-charge-are-fundamentally-incompatibleYou're best in these cases to use the official Samsung / Whatever charger, as they have custom circuitry in to handle this.I only use original chargers these days given how cheap they are.Because it's still, by far, the most common connector. Not to mention the cables people have.Separate to that, USB C is more expensive. You need additional circuitry and components to ensure it can do all of the USB C specification, such as higher wattage output.


Yes but a company such as Samsung should have been moving over the far superior system on their flagship devices a long time ago. I have had USB-C on Google Nexus phones for years now

dtokez35 m ago

Yes but a company such as Samsung should have been moving over the far …Yes but a company such as Samsung should have been moving over the far superior system on their flagship devices a long time ago. I have had USB-C on Google Nexus phones for years now



Should? Based on what? Absolutely nothing? It's purely a business decision, with profit being the driver. Apple and Nexus dropped the headphone jack, Samsung will keep it for a while. Money.

cookied5 h, 27 m ago

Can you explain ? Do you use these instead of a mains plug ? If so how …Can you explain ? Do you use these instead of a mains plug ? If so how long would it last. Thanks.


sorry for delayed reply.....I only use battery packs as you can stick the cameras anywhere you like, and they (anker 16000mah) last at least 24 hours

kanzzz1 h, 21 m ago

Should? Based on what? Absolutely nothing? It's purely a business …Should? Based on what? Absolutely nothing? It's purely a business decision, with profit being the driver. Apple and Nexus dropped the headphone jack, Samsung will keep it for a while. Money.


based on being a industry leader lol. The sheep will carry on buying the BS though, same as apple fanboys lol

Thought 2.4amp is quick charge?

Trust only Anker.

thomasrykala11 m ago

Trust only Anker.


Ffs They're not that good!!! In my experience Aukey power banks are better and people seem to race about ravpower too. People seem to have got sucked into an "anker hype train"

mrdude19 h, 3 m ago

Thought 2.4amp is quick charge?


Nope. QuickCharge is a property fast charging system from Qualcomm. It uses a higher voltage for this. The device must state it supports QuickCharge for this to work.

2.4amp is the fastest speed most phones with Micro USB can accept though, unless it has QuickCharge, so no loss unless you have a higher end phone.

USB-C phones are a different ball game entirely - see above.


dtokez11th Nov

Yes but a company such as Samsung should have been moving over the far …Yes but a company such as Samsung should have been moving over the far superior system on their flagship devices a long time ago. I have had USB-C on Google Nexus phones for years now


The single biggest thing that USB-C offers to the user is faster charge speeds. Samsung have had this for years thanks to QuickCharge.


Samsung also had a bunch of accessories that were dependent on the connection (namely the Gear VR), so that would have meant having that new product ready too.


It's only the S7 that was released without it anyway. The S8 uses USB-C *shrug*. I'm a S7 user and I'm thankful for it. No need to buy any additional cables / converters, and my Gear VR works fine.


I really don't see the issue. I struggle to find any review site that took issue with it not having USB-C.
Edited by: "nomnomnomnom" 12th Nov
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