RAVPower 20100mAh Power Bank with 220V AC Outlet 65W Max for Laptops £52.79 Delivered using code Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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RAVPower 20100mAh Power Bank with 220V AC Outlet 65W Max for Laptops £52.79 Delivered using code Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 16th Nov
Thought this looked pretty decent for anyone using their laptop out and about and needs the extra charge. Type C supported, so would work with with the new Macbooks also.

You can click the promo message on the product page to get the discount, or use code '7ET58SO4'

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  • Powerful AC Output: With a built-in AC output for devices, this portable power outlet allows electronic devices like GoPros, drones, printers, table lamps, vacuum cleaners, and small fans to recharge anywhere. (If your devices are more than 50W, this power bank might not charge them).
  • Type-C 5V/3A & USB 5V/2.4A Outputs: Type-C and iSmart USB allows for the fast and simultaneous charging of two devices including a MacBook and an iPhone 7; also works as a portable charger for smart devices. To turn ON the AC power you must hold the power button for about 8 seconds.
  • Cylinder Size With A 20100mAh Capacity: A huge 20100mAh battery fully charges an iPhone 7 6 times, or the 12" MacBook 1.3 times. It is suggested to use the original AC adapter and charging cable when charging your laptop or other electronic devices.
  • Save 60% Off The Recharge Time: Through the 19V/1.6A DC input, you'll have full power in just 4 hours - compared to the standard 10 hours from a 2.4A charger; 5 LED lights indicate remaining battery, while the ON/OFF switch removes operation confusion
  • Triple Protection + Safer Use: Includes overcharge, short circuit, and current surge protection; air vents for safer heat dissipation; and a dust cover to prevent dust entry

26 Comments

A very good review here. But he said he saw 25% losses in efficiency which is too high to consider this a genuine capacity powerbank.

I have the 27k variant of this, it's very nice to have since you can plug in different things with it. Some crazy people have used a hairdryer with it..

TurboCrane3 h, 41 m ago

I have the 27k variant of this, it's very nice to have since you can plug …I have the 27k variant of this, it's very nice to have since you can plug in different things with it. Some crazy people have used a hairdryer with it..


Wonder which one to go for this 20k or yours 27k one which looks slightly different!
Edited by: "iz123456789" 16th Nov

iz12345678926 m ago

Wonder which one to go for this 20k or yours 27k one which looks slightly …Wonder which one to go for this 20k or yours 27k one which looks slightly different!


The 27k one needs you to use the included euro to UK adapter, I don't think the 20k one does and it's probably a better form factor. It all depends on your needs.

I love RAVPower stuff. Seems to be on par with Anker for quality
Edited by: "HereKittyKitty" 17th Nov

it looks absolutely massive, you can get the same capacity at half the size and half the cost, but granted the charging time for the power bank itself is longer

sion225 m ago

it looks absolutely massive, you can get the same capacity at half the …it looks absolutely massive, you can get the same capacity at half the size and half the cost, but granted the charging time for the power bank itself is longer


With a 3 pin domestic plug ability?

Where?

forcedv12 m ago

With a 3 pin domestic plug ability?Where?



fair enough, never noticed that, but do you really need that? seems pretty niche use

sion2214 m ago

fair enough, never noticed that, but do you really need that? seems pretty …fair enough, never noticed that, but do you really need that? seems pretty niche use


Let's see... yes, definitely need it.

sunnydurian16th Nov

A very good review here. But he said he saw 25% losses in efficiency which …A very good review here. But he said he saw 25% losses in efficiency which is too high to consider this a genuine capacity powerbank. [Video]



I got rather bored while he was explaining at great length the difference between 110v and 220v. But are the 'efficiency losses' just the difference between the nomimal capacity at the batteries' 3.7v, and the output at 5v? Because if so, every power bank in existence has the same lack of efficiency.

so far i have not seen any power bank to ac 220v products. so this is something rare. however the other ravpower product has 99.9wph which is just foot on the edge of bring to the airplane. i don't want that kind of risk of argue with the border security people. so i'll just go for this one.

In before the " will this charge my iphone 4" comments

- Love the fact the unit charges from 0 to 100% within 4 hours
- although it doesn't naively fast charge mobile devices, you can plug a fast charger in to it via the AC port
- if it'll operate a hair drier, I'm going to defrost the inside of the car windscreen with it in the winter.

that is really very useful for me

Been looking at power banks with AC ports for months but never sold on one because of the US plug sockets. Really nice to see a UK plug. Can’t decide whether the power efficiency is good enough though.

for the very good price though! Will have to decide later whether it’s worth the buy.

Will this be OK to take (and possibly use) on flights?

Nice!! will this thing power an electric sunbed in the shed? Would finally save on having to run cables down the garden. HEAT!

Gutted....bought this a couple of weeks ago....from amazon

It's good but foes have does have downfalls....e.g efficiency....and would have been nice to have more USB outputs....but it's not that heavy....so good for travel

This thing's pretty cool but at 130W to charge my laptop it doesn't even come close to power output

I was hoping to get something like this for travelling - does anyone know of any alternatives to keep in a vehicle that will charge high power devices like 130Wish?

mchairmaster17 h, 28 m ago

This thing's pretty cool but at 130W to charge my laptop it doesn't even …This thing's pretty cool but at 130W to charge my laptop it doesn't even come close to power output I was hoping to get something like this for travelling - does anyone know of any alternatives to keep in a vehicle that will charge high power devices like 130Wish?



If you have the car with you, perhaps something like this would better serve your needs...
amazon.co.uk/BES…car

Got it today and it's pretty rubbish because it can't power anything I've tried via AC (hairdryer, hair straightener, laptop).

Not worth £50

It's going back

wickenden19th Nov

If you have the car with you, perhaps something like this would better …If you have the car with you, perhaps something like this would better serve your needs...https://www.amazon.co.uk/BESTEK-Inverter-Charger-Transformer-Converter-Red-Black/dp/B00HSGV1PW/ref=sr_1_8?ie=UTF8&qid=1511101838&sr=8-8&keywords=ac+adapter+car


Trouble is I wouldn't want to have the car on, and also if it's drawing too much power the car might not be able to handle it. Seems a bit much drawing 130W from a lighter socket.

forcedv16 h, 0 m ago

Got it today and it's pretty rubbish because it can't power anything I've …Got it today and it's pretty rubbish because it can't power anything I've tried via AC (hairdryer, hair straightener, laptop).Not worth £50It's going back


What happens when it can't power stuff - just doesn't work? I ordered one but might send it back...

mchairmaster1 h, 10 m ago

What happens when it can't power stuff - just doesn't work? I ordered one …What happens when it can't power stuff - just doesn't work? I ordered one but might send it back...


Correct

The Surface Pro 2017 has a charger with "45W" on it, so you're saying I could plug that directly into the 3-pin socket on this?

DancingMatt25th Nov

The Surface Pro 2017 has a charger with "45W" on it, so you're saying I …The Surface Pro 2017 has a charger with "45W" on it, so you're saying I could plug that directly into the 3-pin socket on this?


According to the manual and specification quoted it should charge it OK. BUT I bought it specifically to use with my Mavic Pro battery charger rated at 50W. FAILED. So it went straight back.
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