RAVPower 26800mAh Power Bank with Dual Input Port Battery Pack (iSmart 2.0, 5V/3A Type-C Port) 5.4A Max Output External Phone Charger for iPhone, iPad, Galaxy and New MacBook £32.24 Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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RAVPower 26800mAh Power Bank with Dual Input Port Battery Pack (iSmart 2.0, 5V/3A Type-C Port) 5.4A Max Output External Phone Charger for iPhone, iPad, Galaxy and New MacBook £32.24 Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 23rd Jan
Really good price for this RAVPower Power Bank, which has dual input allowing you to recharge the bank faster, reducing the time to 7-8 hours for a full charge!

No code needed, just be sure to click the promotion message on the product page and redeem the discount before adding to basket.

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  • A Future-Proofed Iconic: Future-proof Type-C input and output newly added to the time-tested power bank
  • Double-Quick Recharge: Slash recharging time down to only 7 or 8 hours with dual input ports and a max input of 4.5A
  • MacBook Compatibility: Top up 3 devices concurrently at fastest speed possible including a 2015 MacBook via the USB-C port
  • Whopping 26800mAh Pack: Bring your iPhone 8 back to life 8.6 times, iPhone 8 Plus 5.8 times, and iPad Air 2.1 times
  • What You Get: 1 x RAVPower 26800mAh Portable Charger, 2 x Micro USB Charging Cables, 1 x USB Type-C Adapter, 1 x Carry Pouch, 1 x User Guide, and Free 18-Month Warranty
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Suitable for Nintendo Switch? I’ve had my eye on the slightly larger one at £53.99 for a while but this is an unmissable deal!
crispylimbs3 m ago

Suitable for Nintendo Switch? I’ve had my eye on the slightly larger one a …Suitable for Nintendo Switch? I’ve had my eye on the slightly larger one at £53.99 for a while but this is an unmissable deal!


According to what i've read on the switch (not owned one myself yet) it charges at 5V 3A through USB C, so this should be perfect for it. Especially as it charges a MacBook, i doubt you'll have any issues.
drnkbeer3 m ago

According to what i've read on the switch (not owned one myself yet) it …According to what i've read on the switch (not owned one myself yet) it charges at 5V 3A through USB C, so this should be perfect for it. Especially as it charges a MacBook, i doubt you'll have any issues.


Perfect thank you! This seems even better than the one I was looking at as it’s the same power output but more compact! And cheaper! 🏽
Is this the plus variant then? With Power Delivery
Can thesd power a mains powered smallish radio and if so how.
squeakybot20 m ago

Can thesd power a mains powered smallish radio and if so how.


Not unless it's USB powered
Didn't really need one but the biggest power bank I have is 10000mAH without QC so ordered one!
have some heat
I have older veraion of this and ita very good. Ise it to charge tablets and phones. I keep a selection of 15cm cables in the pouch. Lightning, micro usb, usb c, mini usb and ipod nano cable. Always charged and in my backpack.
Edited by: "montana78" 23rd Jan
Price is showing as £42.99
Does this have the whole USB c PD thing that the anker 26800 usb c one has? Not sure if its the same
Wass1 h, 22 m ago

Price is showing as £42.99


Click on promotion and select the £10.75 off option and add to basket. Should show reduced price
Edited by: "BibekPaudel" 23rd Jan
JeevenSD2 h, 45 m ago

Does this have the whole USB c PD thing that the anker 26800 usb c one …Does this have the whole USB c PD thing that the anker 26800 usb c one has? Not sure if its the same


It's only rated up to 5V at 3A. If you need up to 30W then you need the PowerCore+ 26800 PD model, not the USB C.
Edited by: "Suztera" 24th Jan
Is the older model of this the one with quick charge ?
montana7823rd Jan

I have older veraion of this and ita very good. Ise it to charge tablets …I have older veraion of this and ita very good. Ise it to charge tablets and phones. I keep a selection of 15cm cables in the pouch. Lightning, micro usb, usb c, mini usb and ipod nano cable. Always charged and in my backpack.

Where do you get your cables from? I found Nokia branded micro USB cables seemed to be the best short length cables for around 99p each. Now I need to find some good USB C ones.
How much is this usually? Also what charger plug goes with this?
Twin charging INPUT makes a difference :-)
Now £30 using the promotion code
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