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RAVPower 26800mAh Portable Charger/Power Bank 3-Port 5.5A iSmart Output USB £14.99 Delivered Sold by SunvalleytekUK & Fulfilled By Amazon
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Refreshed 17th Mar (Posted 16th Mar)Edited by:"Brutes"

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External Battery Pack for iPhone 11/Pro/Max/XS/XS MAX/XR, Galaxy S9/S8 and More Mobile Phones – Black
  • Choose the RAVPower Power Banks: Entrusted by 100,000+ customers for keeping their devices charged when off the grid
  • Large Battery Capacity: 26800mAh power bank charges most smartphones over 6 times or a tablet 2+ times for an average of 9 days of unrestrained usage per charge
  • Convenient Output: 3 iSmart 2.0 USB ports provide e powerful total current output of 5.5A which can charges 3 Devices Simultaneously . Note: Does not support Qualcomm Quick Charge
  • High-Speed Recharging: Charges in just 14-15 hours with a 2.4A charger or 23-24 hours with a 1A charger
  • What You Get: 1 x RAVPower Xtreme Series 26800mAh Portable Charger, 2 x Micro USB Charging Cables, 1 x Carry Pouch, 1 x User Guide & Free 18 Month Warranty
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From spec, 3x2.4A (max each per) usb, 5.5A max total output.
Edited by: "hamsterboy" 16th Mar
hamsterboy16/03/2020 09:47

From spec, 3x2.4A (max each per) usb, 5.5A max total output.


Not true, they cannot output 2.4A each
Only one can. They have false information on the website. The other ports are 2.1A and 1A respectively.
You can check in the manual
nice big capacity power bank!
The maximum permitted to take on a flight.

I bought one of these a couple of years ago. They're fantastic.
Ben_Fu16/03/2020 10:32

Not true, they cannot output 2.4A each


I copied from spec. I'm trying to offer advice. Modern phones can draw a fair bit of current at 5V. I'd hate for someone to buy this thinking it can 'super' charge their device without double checking. If you have more appropriate advice whack it in a post on here.
Didn't need one, purchased anyway, many thanks O/P - heat added
Edited by: "pchphil" 16th Mar
Argyll6816/03/2020 10:52

The maximum permitted to take on a flight.I bought one of these a couple …The maximum permitted to take on a flight.I bought one of these a couple of years ago. They're fantastic.


Is that because of the physical dimensions of the pack or because of the mAh size?
solid16/03/2020 14:53

Is that because of the physical dimensions of the pack or because of the …Is that because of the physical dimensions of the pack or because of the mAh size?


Battery is a fire risk
hamsterboy16/03/2020 11:01

I copied from spec. I'm trying to offer advice. Modern phones can draw a …I copied from spec. I'm trying to offer advice. Modern phones can draw a fair bit of current at 5V. I'd hate for someone to buy this thinking it can 'super' charge their device without double checking. If you have more appropriate advice whack it in a post on here.


The problem is they draw the most current when pb most likely y to be useful... When battery flat
simonp9916/03/2020 15:50

The problem is they draw the most current when pb most likely y to be …The problem is they draw the most current when pb most likely y to be useful... When battery flat


I'm thinking of Huawei supercharge, and oppos VOOC, for example, each capable of 4A+, well above the max 2.4A of one socket. Some folk might think this will do the same job.
Won’t deliver to Northern Ireland for any on here looking one from NI. Pity as some decent deals on here for portable chargers.
hamsterboy16/03/2020 16:02

I'm thinking of Huawei supercharge, and oppos VOOC, for example, each …I'm thinking of Huawei supercharge, and oppos VOOC, for example, each capable of 4A+, well above the max 2.4A of one socket. Some folk might think this will do the same job.


possibly why is cheap it's a big battery and a good brand name I've ordered one it is my birthday almost
Edited by: "simonp99" 16th Mar
Can it switch from charging to being charged without interupting the supply to devices?

Does it automatically detect charging/device attachment, or do you have to switch it on?
Edited by: "Rhoobarb" 17th Mar
hamsterboy16/03/2020 11:01

I copied from spec. I'm trying to offer advice. Modern phones can draw a …I copied from spec. I'm trying to offer advice. Modern phones can draw a fair bit of current at 5V. I'd hate for someone to buy this thinking it can 'super' charge their device without double checking. If you have more appropriate advice whack it in a post on here.


It can charge at a decent enough rate for normal people and is great value still. 2A at 5V good enough for most. People will find anything to moan about really, speed seems to be the common one but this is particularly cheap. It’s worth pointing out what this can do as you did.
Strange, how this cheaper model RAVPower powerbank comes supplied with a carry pouch yet the more expensive 20,000mAh model with digital display does not!
Good deal, just goes to show how show how overpriced Anker is even with the £10 voucher yesterday
solid16/03/2020 14:53

Is that because of the physical dimensions of the pack or because of the …Is that because of the physical dimensions of the pack or because of the mAh size?


Because of the mAh rating. Anything under 100 Wh is allowed, and these are 26.8 Ah at 3.7V, so 99.16 Wh.
Edited by: "edanfalls" 17th Mar
Very good price, about 1/3 cheaper than the one I paid for and holds 1/3 more charge!
Nice item. I have one. A little bit too heavy to carry in a shirt pocket, but if you have a small rucksack then ideal.
Bought one about a year ago for my Dash Cam and it's been brilliant, lasts me over a month, obviously dependant on the amount of driving I do.
The one's with USB c are better as they can be charged much quicker than these
This will be heavy!
How does this compare to the Anker 26800 PD?
Cracking charger got two
I have the 2x USB-A and one USB-C version - bought in 2017 for Pokémon Go.

It's still going strong and provides over 6 days of charging for my OnePlus 5T, or 4 days of recharging my phone, the kids' Fire 10 tablets (USB-C) and my Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10" (Micro-USB).

It also charges our Nintendo Switch whilst playing (3A, not enough to run in the dock).

It's been sat on, dropped, chucked in the bottom of the baby bag etc

RAVPower's after sales service is also second to none - I don't think I've actually purchased a set of USB cables since the ones I grabbed at the same time, with a lifetime warranty. Just email RAVPower with a picture of the dead cable (usually bent Micro-USB or USB-C input) and they send a pack of three out the next day.

If you need Quick Charge/USB-C - this is the one I got:
amazon.co.uk/dp/…CVG
Rhoobarb17/03/2020 08:12

Can it switch from charging to being charged without interupting the …Can it switch from charging to being charged without interupting the supply to devices?Does it automatically detect charging/device attachment, or do you have to switch it on?


It has pass-through, so if you plug it into the mains, it'll recharge, whilst charging your devices. Obviously it will recharge faster if you don't use the pass-through feature.
If you dont mind that not all the ports are fast charge, then this is stonking hot. Ordered one myself. Thanks a lot Brutes.
Skwoddie17/03/2020 16:45

It has pass-through, so if you plug it into the mains, it'll recharge, …It has pass-through, so if you plug it into the mains, it'll recharge, whilst charging your devices. Obviously it will recharge faster if you don't use the pass-through feature.



Thanks for that. Does it stop interrupt power to devices if it goes between charging/not charging?

In other words, could it be used as a psuedo UPS for small devices? Like a dash-cam, raspberry pi, etc.
Edited by: "Rhoobarb" 17th Mar
An this fast charge like. Samsung?
Good price for capacity but slow and old. If you want quick charging, this is not for you. Maybe for charging phones/tablets/kid's stuff over night on holidays? (not that there's much of that going on at the moment lol)
Not free delivery on non prime accounts, description is wrong.
There are 2x ravpower deals with similar prices. Which one is best?
TiredParent17/03/2020 20:57

There are 2x ravpower deals with similar prices. Which one is best?


Other has PD and QC
Great deal! Ordered!
Voucher not showing up for me.
no voucher here either
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