RAVPower 26800mAh USB C Portable External Battery Pack 30W £36.99 Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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RAVPower 26800mAh USB C Portable External Battery Pack 30W £36.99 Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon

£36.99£56.9935%Amazon Deals
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Found 4th May
Decent price on this, has iSmart 2.0 Two USB outputs + 30W PD Type-C Port. Good for the likes of the Nintendo Switch (should keep adding charge whilst playing) Obviously loads of other devices, but I know it's been asked on this device before .

As per, just redeem the voucher in the promo section and jobs a gooden

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  • The First USB PD Battery Bank: Charge a Nintendo Switch while it is being played. Recharge the power bank in just 4-5 hours through Type-C port; also features 2A and 1A input recharging
  • Massive 30W Type-C Output: Matches the original AC MacBook charger (30W), charge all devices in no time
  • Large Capacity, Multiple Outputs: Charges an iPhone 6S 10 times, a Samsung S6 6times, or an iPad Air 2 times; contains two 2.4A iSmart ports for a combined 3.4A total
  • Advanced iSmart 2.0 Technology: Upgraded iSmart 2.0 automatically detects and adjusts the charging current to obtain the fastest charging; advanced Panasonic IC for safer and better conductivity
  • Safety First: A+ battery for over 500 charge / recharge cycles; includes overcharge, short circuit, and current surge protection; features a scratch resistant matte finish
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any good?
It does up to 20v so it should be good.
These things are expensive so if it's something you need then yes it's cheap and has decent specs.
fame9 m ago

any good?


Don't know about this particular item, nut as a brand is great, have a few chargers and cables since 3 years ago and never had a problem with these. I think ankler or aukey has a similar size power bank and comes on deals once in a while at a better price than this one.
GodVilla7 h, 8 m ago

Can't decide between this one …Can't decide between this one andhttps://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B0776P46R3/ref=ox_sc_saved_image_1?smid=A2PIKJWIUJC68Y&psc=1


I have the dodocool it was on offer, works a treat.. upto 20v as well..
GodVilla5th May

Can't decide between this one …Can't decide between this one andhttps://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B0776P46R3/ref=ox_sc_saved_image_1?smid=A2PIKJWIUJC68Y&psc=1


Take the RAVPower. It’s actually a proper and respected brand like Anker or EasyAcc, the reviews will back that up. Dodocool might be fine but they seem like any other generic and weird sounding Far East brand with not a lot of products other than power banks.
So this should be able to fast charge an iPhone 8/X via usb type c to lightning port .
plewis006 h, 54 m ago

Take the RAVPower. It’s actually a proper and respected brand like Anker o …Take the RAVPower. It’s actually a proper and respected brand like Anker or EasyAcc, the reviews will back that up. Dodocool might be fine but they seem like any other generic and weird sounding Far East brand with not a lot of products other than power banks.


Thank you but ending up ordering the Dodocool. Its got some excellent reviews online, not just Amazon. I have RAVPower products and rate them, but the reviews on the Dodocool swayed it for me. Will report back when received and used.
GodVilla5 m ago

Thank you but ending up ordering the Dodocool. Its got some excellent …Thank you but ending up ordering the Dodocool. Its got some excellent reviews online, not just Amazon. I have RAVPower products and rate them, but the reviews on the Dodocool swayed it for me. Will report back when received and used.


TBH I’m sure you’ll be fine with it, but Dodocool doesn’t have the respect of the others brands currently. I guess everyone has to start somewhere though. Just when it’s power banks and high density energy storage, I prefer to stick with what I know - it’s just a personal preference not necessarily the right one!

Can I ask what swayed it? The RAVPower has more capacity for the same price too. Or was it the form factor?
What's the best Type-C wall charger to use for the quoted 4-5hrs charge time? I have the Apple 29w type-c will that work fully? Can't find the one pictured imgur.com/a/B…gcZ
Edited by: "Youngy" 7th May
Youngy1 h, 51 m ago

What's the best Type-C wall charger to use for the quoted 4-5hrs charge …What's the best Type-C wall charger to use for the quoted 4-5hrs charge time? I have the Apple 29w type-c will that work fully? Can't find the one pictured https://imgur.com/a/By5VgcZ


They should work, but will just take a tad longer.
There isn't a linear relationship between charger power and charging times because as the battery gets towards becoming full , it reduces charge current. At that point whether you have a 30w or 60w charger will not make much difference.
The large supply surrents make more of a difference earlier on in the charge cycle.
I would like to know if This will still fast charge at the same time as charge another two devices ? My guess is it doesn’t but will soon find out
Scooby25206 m ago

I would like to know if This will still fast charge at the same time as …I would like to know if This will still fast charge at the same time as charge another two devices ? My guess is it doesn’t but will soon find out


Depends on the circuitry, for example it's possible that from the 20v 1.5a (30w)PD charge, it may be able to output 5v @4a ( fast charging 2 devices )(20w) so that it's now only charging the internal batteries with the remaining 10w.
polarbaba51 m ago

Depends on the circuitry, for example it's possible that from the 20v 1.5a …Depends on the circuitry, for example it's possible that from the 20v 1.5a (30w)PD charge, it may be able to output 5v @4a ( fast charging 2 devices )(20w) so that it's now only charging the internal batteries with the remaining 10w.


Interesting. Well I have ordered it so shall know about it soon
Does anybody know if a power bank exists that charges a MacBook Air that has a mag safe port ? (Can’t find one)
Not convinced by this power bank because it took my phone from 0 - 32% in 30 min as it should go to 50% like the wall charger and then on to 2 h 30 min to fully charge
Scooby25203 h, 45 m ago

Not convinced by this power bank because it took my phone from 0 - 32% in …Not convinced by this power bank because it took my phone from 0 - 32% in 30 min as it should go to 50% like the wall charger and then on to 2 h 30 min to fully charge


It did my laptop twice charging at 30w as described. It did my LG G5 pretty quickly as well. But PD charging isn't the same as QC charging. The QC will be quicker because it will recognise the protocol , whereas PD isn't supported well by phones.
polarbaba21 m ago

It did my laptop twice charging at 30w as described. It did my LG G5 …It did my laptop twice charging at 30w as described. It did my LG G5 pretty quickly as well. But PD charging isn't the same as QC charging. The QC will be quicker because it will recognise the protocol , whereas PD isn't supported well by phones.


Yes as I use a PD 30w wall charger along with a usb type c to lightning cable in the last to achieve the stated 30 minutes to half charge on the iPhone X but with this power bank it wasn’t slow but not anywhere near the speed as I was expecting.
Wierd... Not ideal... Is that a Deal breaker for you?
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