RAVPower 22000mAh Power Bank 5.8A Output 3-Port Battery Pack (2.4A Input, Triple iSmart 2.0 USB Ports, Li-polymer Battery) for Smartphones and Tablets £20 Prime/Non Prime @ Amazon / SVT
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RAVPower 22000mAh Power Bank 5.8A Output 3-Port Battery Pack (2.4A Input, Triple iSmart 2.0 USB Ports, Li-polymer Battery) for Smartphones and Tablets £20 Prime/Non Prime @ Amazon / SVT

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Found 4th Jan
Awesome Power bank, nice price and will power most devices - use promo on page under promotions (collect voucher) and discount will apply at checkout



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Make It Three. Make It Right

Not one, not two, but three iSmart 2.0 USB ports to power up to 3 devices at once. Connect your iPhone 6s, your iPad, and Android device, and let the latest
iSmart 2.0 technology and its internal mechanisms optimize the total power output for a faster and safer charging experience - up to 5.8A overall or 2.4A per port.

A Whole Week Without A Power Socket

This juggernaut of a power bank has one of the largest battery capacities on the market. Whether you use it for yourself or you share it with your friends, its huge
22000mAh capacity will take care of any power need you throw at it: fully charge an iPhone 6s up to 9 times or an iPad Mini more than
2 times. When the power bank is finally empty, charge it back up in just 10-11 hours with a 5V/ 2A or 5V/2.4A charger.

Made To Outlast

The new and improved high-density Li-polymer battery outlasts both conventional Li-polymer batteries and 18650 cells when it comes to efficiency, performance,
and protection. The battery retains 70-80% of its total capacity even after 500 charge-discharge cycles. That translates into a solid 7-10% of extra power year after year.

What's In the Box:

1 x RAVPower Ace Series 22000mAh External Battery Pack
2 x Micro-USB Charging Cables
1 x Carry Pouch
1 x Lifetime Warranty Card
1 x User Guide



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  • Highest Output for 3 Charging Devices: 3 USB ports for a total current output of 5.8A (2.4A max per port). The Power Bank can charge two iPads and one iPhone 6s at once at their optimal charging speed with the iSmart 2.0 technology

  • Weeklong 22000mAh: Charge your iPhone 8 about 7.2 times, iPhone 7 about 8 times, iPhone 7 plus over 5 times, iPhone 6s up to 9 times, a Galaxy S8 up to 4.4 times, or an iPad Mini 4 more than 2 times with a massive 22000mAh capacity. Save up to 60% of charging time thanks to its 5V / 2.4A input

  • Power Efficient Battery: Invest in a high-density Li-polymer external battery pack that retains 70-80% of its capacity after 500 charge cycles. It's the daily choice of Microsoft, Lenovo, Huawei, and Motorola

  • New & Improved iSmart 2.0: The new and improved iSmart 2.0 adjusts current and voltage to minimize charging time. Whereas, Panasonic Smart IC frequency technology provides a safer and higher current conversion of this portable charger

  • Excellent Quality In & Out: On the outside, a UL94 V-0 fire-resistant shell used by Mercedes-Benz, BMW, and others for their luxury cars. On the inside, the same battery and the same quality control as the iPhone. WHAT'S IN THE BOX: RAVPower Ace Series 22000mAh External Battery Pack, Micro-USB Charging Cables (X2), Carry Pouch, User Guide and Warranty Card

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JamesSmith28 m ago

Fair amount of juice on tap in these devices.Do they ever explode?


Only when you put then in the microwave...
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Got one of these last time. Stopped charging after a while
rollmesome20 m ago

Got one of these last time. Stopped charging after a while


Did you send it back to Amazon?
TheSpartan51 m ago

Did you send it back to Amazon?


will return in the next few days. seems to work with some micro usb but not with others. was on charge all day yesterday at work and did not even go up a single bar
Fair amount of juice on tap in these devices.

Do they ever explode?
JamesSmith28 m ago

Fair amount of juice on tap in these devices.Do they ever explode?


Only when you put then in the microwave...
Babbler56 m ago

Only when you put then in the microwave...


Turns out I've been charging my batteries wrong for years.
This nonsense in the spec annoys me, impossible and written by someone who doesn't know how these things work.

"Weeklong 22000mAh: Charge your iPhone 8 about 7.2 times, iPhone 7 about 8 times, iPhone 7 plus over 5 times, iPhone 6s up to 9 times, a Galaxy S8 up to 4.4 times, or an iPad Mini 4 more than 2 times with a massive 22000mAh capacity"
Micro usb for recharging, so no go for me. My household is primarily USB-C now.
Gone up to 25 know or is there a code
Bought a quick charge (QC) version of this in December, stopped working after a couple of uses. Avoid the brand, I'd get an Anker instead.
buddn0753 m ago

Micro usb for recharging, so no go for me. My household is primarily USB-C …Micro usb for recharging, so no go for me. My household is primarily USB-C now.


Do you have a battery pack that charges by USB C?
It's 24.75 for non prime
Got one of the 20000 mah versions recently and the output controller doesn't work. Max output of 800 mah.

Wouldn't touch them. As said, stick to Anker.
which anker is recommended?

am thinking of taking one for a trek in Nepal, should I couple it with a solar pad to charge it during my day on the trail?
TheSpartan1 h, 46 m ago

Do you have a battery pack that charges by USB C?


I ordered this yesterday:


AUKEY USB C Power Bank 20000mAh, Portable Charger with 4 Output Ports and 3 Input for iPhone X/ 8/ Plus/ 7/ 6s, Samsung S8+/ S8, iPad, Tablet, Nexus 6P/ 5X amazon.co.uk/dp/B0753Z4GF2/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_apa_L9LtAb1069EH3


You can charge the Powerbank using USB-C, lighten or micro-usb
Edited by: "jUsT2eXy" 4th Jan
jUsT2eXy7 m ago

You can charge the Powerbank using USB-C, lighten or micro-usb


So it's just like this power bank only you buy USB C cables with it?
rollmesome5 h, 37 m ago

will return in the next few days. seems to work with some micro usb but …will return in the next few days. seems to work with some micro usb but not with others. was on charge all day yesterday at work and did not even go up a single bar



It could be the amps of the charger. If you use a standard 500mah one then it’ll take 44 hours for a full charge. That was the mistake I made so I bought a 2 Amp charger and it works perfectly now
luvadealme53 m ago

which anker is recommended?am thinking of taking one for a trek in Nepal, …which anker is recommended?am thinking of taking one for a trek in Nepal, should I couple it with a solar pad to charge it during my day on the trail?


i have this power bank and its really good. i'm going backpacking in Australia for 6 month and was thinking about taking it. to be safe i messaged Eithad and they told me it was too big to take on their planes. (even though their website says anything under 100 W/H is fine) i ended up buying "Anker 10000" and its brilliant, it holds 2 charges on my phone and charges really quick.
is that taking on as hand luggage or in the hold? I did not realise there was a restriction.
fr0d01 h, 8 m ago

So it's just like this power bank only you buy USB C cables with it?


It fast charges USB-C devices because it uses a USB-C port. So USB-C to C cable will fast charge the Pixel/S8 etc at full speed.

The same port can be used to charge this at a faster rate than the other inputs I believe.

The Powerbank listed here will require a USB-C connector/USB to USB-C cable to make it compatible with USB-C phones but using this won't fast charge these devices.
MynameisM4 h, 30 m ago

Gone up to 25 know or is there a code


(Select Promotions) You need to select code to redeem

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Edited by: "iLoveAvataars" 4th Jan
Got one of these and it works perfectly. Wouldn't touch anker products again, both products and support staff are poor, the staff don't know their arse from their elbow or have any common sense. They just seem to survive on the hype of the brand
Edited by: "onamission100" 4th Jan
Always irritated that amazon won’t post these to Northern Ireland. This seems to be the best price by far on amazon. Same issue with eBay sellers.
rollmesome10 h, 32 m ago

Got one of these last time. Stopped charging after a while


Dare I ask... Did you recharge the power bank after a while...

(Yes I'm trolling but I'm proud of it)
I've one of these, purchased around a year ago, paid about the same. Great battery pack, it's heavy so you don't want to be carrying it around in your pocket, but it has charged anything I've thrown at it and it does seem to last forever. Takes a while to charge up from flat but highly recommend.
Not buying this. But I have bought another powerbank from RavPower before that died after three months of ownership. I left a bad review and their customer support team contacted me via email and offered to send me out a replacement free of charge.

I class their customer service around the same level as Anker who are just exceptional when it comes to dealing with their faulty products in my experience.

When they are making this many products, there will occasionally be some duds that slip past QC in the factory. While a battery is just a battery, you can never tell when the cells will just suddenly give up the ghost and refuse to charge or hold its charge etc etc.

Its all about the luck of the draw. Contact Amazon or RavPower and have them replace your faulty product if you need to.
rollmesome11 h, 59 m ago

Got one of these last time. Stopped charging after a while


Did you recharge it? Lol
GauravBh3 h, 17 m ago

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Thanks managed to work that part out know can't work out anyway to reduce the 4
75.postage charge other than add prime
TheSpartan7 h, 18 m ago

Do you have a battery pack that charges by USB C?


Not yet. On the look out for a decent one.
p2fyre5 h, 36 m ago

It could be the amps of the charger. If you use a standard 500mah one then …It could be the amps of the charger. If you use a standard 500mah one then it’ll take 44 hours for a full charge. That was the mistake I made so I bought a 2 Amp charger and it works perfectly now



nope. was being used during holiday period and around just before nye stopped charging.
p2fyre5 h, 36 m ago

It could be the amps of the charger. If you use a standard 500mah one then …It could be the amps of the charger. If you use a standard 500mah one then it’ll take 44 hours for a full charge. That was the mistake I made so I bought a 2 Amp charger and it works perfectly now


ah possibly as i was using a different wall plug however it should still charge! was on for 40+ hours and kept going up and flashing all lights so probably something faulty. maybe not getting enough power?
jUsT2eXy5 h, 2 m ago

It fast charges USB-C devices because it uses a USB-C port. So USB-C to C …It fast charges USB-C devices because it uses a USB-C port. So USB-C to C cable will fast charge the Pixel/S8 etc at full speed.The same port can be used to charge this at a faster rate than the other inputs I believe. The Powerbank listed here will require a USB-C connector/USB to USB-C cable to make it compatible with USB-C phones but using this won't fast charge these devices.


So you just need a power bank capable of fast charging, the USB C part is irrelevant?
fr0d05 m ago

So you just need a power bank capable of fast charging, the USB C part is …So you just need a power bank capable of fast charging, the USB C part is irrelevant?


Yes and no.

To fast charge USB-C you need a USB-C port both ends to deliver maximum power. Using a connector will not fast charge a USB-C device.

If you don't require USB-C fast charging then you should find a cheaper Qualcomm Fast Charge Powerbank/a regular Powerbank as it'll work out much cheaper.
Edited by: "jUsT2eXy" 4th Jan
TJ956 h, 18 m ago

i have this power bank and its really good. i'm going backpacking in …i have this power bank and its really good. i'm going backpacking in Australia for 6 month and was thinking about taking it. to be safe i messaged Eithad and they told me it was too big to take on their planes. (even though their website says anything under 100 W/H is fine) i ended up buying "Anker 10000" and its brilliant, it holds 2 charges on my phone and charges really quick.


I think there are restrictions flying to the UK and USA from certain Middle Eastern nations which might be where you have your discrepancy.



Using this link, am I correct to enter 22000mAh and 5v to give 110Wh on this product?

Thanks in advance
Edited by: "OllieSt" 5th Jan
jUsT2eXy29 m ago

Yes and no.To fast charge USB-C you need a USB-C port both ends to deliver …Yes and no.To fast charge USB-C you need a USB-C port both ends to deliver maximum power. Using a connector will not fast charge a USB-C device.If you don't require USB-C fast charging then you should find a cheaper Qualcomm Fast Charge Powerbank/a regular Powerbank as it'll work out much cheaper.


Oh I see. Thanks for explaining. So there's a small USB C out (I see from the link) that delivers true USB C. Apologies for being slow.
I have a one plus 3 that charged quickly on the Anker ultra power bank (that I gave away.. need to wait for the price to come down again) and the power bank itself charged quickly too.
Somehow I don't think that dash charge is straight USB C.
Edited by: "fr0d0" 4th Jan
£24.99 now. :-(
jUsT2eXy7 h, 0 m ago

See my comment here:https://www.hotukdeals.com/comments/permalink/32989142


I saw that thanks.

It doesn't look like it has proper quick charge though.

I see it does it from Type-C to Type-C but not from A to C on my S8.

I love the thought of C-to-C but most cables atm are A-C, as are my chargers.
buddn073 h, 8 m ago

I saw that thanks.It doesn't look like it has proper quick charge though.I …I saw that thanks.It doesn't look like it has proper quick charge though.I see it does it from Type-C to Type-C but not from A to C on my S8.I love the thought of C-to-C but most cables atm are A-C, as are my chargers.


So there are two ways to fast charge.

The first is to use Samsung's Adaptive Fast Charge technology (based on Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0) which delivers a maximum of 15W/2amp speed.

The other is a C-C cable. The cable determines the wattage and USB-C cables contain circuitry which is why they are more expensive than regular cables. Plus they are required to meet a certain technical standard as set out by the USB board.

C-C cables from Anker/Amazon Basics are reasonably priced and well worth buying.

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Edit:

Very interesting article regarding Samsung Adaptive Fast Charge Vs USB-C to C Charging:

gtrusted.com/the-samsung-galaxy-s8-is-multilingual-when-it-comes-to-fast-charging

It appears that Samsung have restricted the amount of USB-C power. Might have something to do with the Note 7 battery fiasco. The USB-C to C does charge slightly quicker as the phone requests slightly more power from the charger.

Also this is a useful comment on the Android Central forums:

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The Powerbank in question is this:

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A Powerbank with Qualcomm 2.0/3.0/4.0 and or USB-C will be sufficient for our S8/S8+/Note 8 ... However, I still prefer USB-C
Edited by: "jUsT2eXy" 5th Jan
Expired price it's £24.99 now
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