RAVPower 27000mAh Built in 220V AC Outlet Universal Power Bank Travel Charger £79.99 Delivered Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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RAVPower 27000mAh Built in 220V AC Outlet Universal Power Bank Travel Charger £79.99 Delivered Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon.

£79.99£119.9933%Amazon Deals
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Much more than your average Power Bank, with 100W AC Output, it will also power any 220V home appliance up to 100W. Perfect for travel in the car, caravan, or a drinks cooler camping

1 x Type C 5V/3A Output port, and 2 USB iSmart 5V/2,4A ports. and you get a free UK plug input for the AC outlet.

To get the reduced price, be sure to click the promotional message on the product page, and redeem the £40 off voucher (was at the bottom for me) before adding it to your basket (Offer ends Fri 20th 23:59)

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AC Output = Unlimited Versatility
What comes to mind when you hear power bank? Charging smartphones. Charging tablets. Pretty much it, right? Go beyond the standard concepts of charging with this massive 27000mAh power bank. The AC output will take care of your mobile devices as well as of many home appliances. Power up TV screens, printers, and more even when a socket's not available.

Triple Type-C & USB Ports To Charge'em All
The time of having to wait for that battery icon to fully fill up before plugging in another device is finally over. Plug in the latest 12" MacBook and two extra devices at once thanks to the ultimate charging squad: 1 Type-C 3A output and 2 extra 2.4A USB iSmart ports to tackle all charging needs anywhere and anytime.

Fun-Size 27000mAh Power Tank
Turn any piece of tech that ran out of juice back to a fully functional device with this juggernaut of a power bank. The enormous 27000mAh capacity translates into 11 full charges for your iPhones 6s, 6 charges for a Galaxy S7, and it'll charge the latest Macbook for over 3 times. Fully recharge this powerhouse via the 19V/1.6A DC input and rely on the 8 LED lights to know when it's time to unplug.

Air Vents To Keep It Cool
Don't worry about the battery pack overheating during usage. To prevent this from happening and shortening the overall lifespan of the power bank, the built-in vents activate to keep it cool throughout operation. Save even extra battery by holding the power button for 3 seconds and turning the RP-PB055 off while not in use.

What's In the Box:
1 x RAVPower 27000mAh Power Bank (Model: RP-PB055)
1 x Power Adapter
1 x Micro USB Cable (20cm)
1 x Micro USB Cable (60cm)
1 x Travel Pouch
1 x User Guide
1 x UK Adapter

Note
If you have any question about the usage, please contact RAVPower customer support for more information
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leeparsons42 m ago

Great if your stupid. Can get 20000mah for about £15. Paying £65 more just …Great if your stupid. Can get 20000mah for about £15. Paying £65 more just to have a AC outlet


You're* stupid. It's you're. As in you are stupid.
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R4nd0mJOk3r10 m ago

You're* stupid. It's you're. As in you are stupid.

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This looks great. Thanks.
Great if your stupid. Can get 20000mah for about £15. Paying £65 more just to have a AC outlet
Edited by: "leeparsons" 17th Apr
leeparsons42 m ago

Great if your stupid. Can get 20000mah for about £15. Paying £65 more just …Great if your stupid. Can get 20000mah for about £15. Paying £65 more just to have a AC outlet


You're* stupid. It's you're. As in you are stupid.
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R4nd0mJOk3r10 m ago

You're* stupid. It's you're. As in you are stupid.

Great stuff, that code knocks it lower then it's ever been according to camelcamelcamel:

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Maevoric51 m ago

Great stuff, that code knocks it lower then it's ever been according to …Great stuff, that code knocks it lower then it's ever been according to camelcamelcamel


lower than
leeparsons:
Great if your stupid. Can get 20000mah for about £15. Paying £65 more just to have a AC outlet

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I think it’s a good idea and I understand why it’s expensive and that this is a good price but think it’s a bit cheeky to have to use an adapter with this...

Just as a comparison point, most lithium car jump starters will output 12-19V for many laptops and also at a much lower price.
I quite like the idea of a huge capacity battery charger but I can't envisage circumstances where I would use it.

My laptop lasts a working day, as does my phone.

So what's the likelihood of me being in the forest / up a mountain etc with no power socket for 2 days or more? Pretty slim.

This battery is also physically huge:

If your laptop supports charging over USB-C you'll get more capacity for your money using USB-PD capable battery packs. I picked up a 45W one on the recent £23 deal and it's been great so far.

As a rule of thumb the greater the difference between output voltage and cell voltage (3.7V) the worse the efficiency. This is 3.7 to 220, USB-PD packs are 3.7 to 20.
I have this, it's huge, and unreliable while charging Macbook Pro 2014 15"
For that money I'd want more mah.

I have a 50,000 mah Maxoak thing that'll do 19v laptops. In reality it's probably about 30,000. Since laptops are designed from the ground up to sip power I would imagine a conventional appliance would flatten this in no time at all.
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