RAVPower 27000mAh Laptop / Phone / Tab  - Outlet Universal Power Bank Travel Charger Type-C Port , Dual USB iSmart Ports , 19V/1.6A DC Input - £79.99 with voucher Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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RAVPower 27000mAh Laptop / Phone / Tab - Outlet Universal Power Bank Travel Charger Type-C Port , Dual USB iSmart Ports , 19V/1.6A DC Input - £79.99 with voucher Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 7th Dec
Looks a bit of a beast, this is the newer more powerful version with a couple of USB iSmart ports and a Type C port. Hefty bit of kit as far as power banks go. Says it comes with the U.K Adaptor too, which is pretty essential (obviously)

To get this price, there is a promo message below the price, click the arrow and select the one at the bottom "Save £40" Job done.

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  • Powerful AC Output: Experience infinite versatility and power up smartphones, tablets, and even your 220V home appliances (If your devices are more than 70W, this power bank might not charge them).
  • Type-C 5V/3A & USB 5V/2.4A Outputs: Benefit from 1x Type-C 3A output and 2x USB iSmart ports up to 2.4A each to simultaneously charge the latest Macbook and two other devices. (Type-C port only supports output, does NOT support input). To turn ON the AC power you must hold the power button for about 8 seconds.
  • Juggernaut 27000mAh Capacity: Charge your iPhone 6s up to 11 times, a Galaxy S7 up to 6 times, and the 12 "MacBook for over 3 times to minimize waiting time and boost DO time. It is suggested to use the original AC adapter and charging cable when charging your laptop or other electronic devices.
  • Fast Charging 19V/1.6A DC Input: Recharge the power bank faster than ever with the 19V/1.6A DC input and conveniently monitor the battery level via the 8 built-in LED indicators.
  • Built-in Air Vents: Keep the power bank running smoothly with a set of vents that'll cool it down and won't let the dust in; turn the power bank on/off by holding the power button for 3 seconds and remember to turn it off to save precious juice when not in use. If you have any question about the usage, please contact RAVPower customer support for more information.

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14 Comments

Seems like something I want but dont need. Any opinons?

27000mAh works out as 99.9Wh, so just sneaks under the recently introduced airline limit of 100Wh for battery packs.

Hmm it's on a lightening deal atm @ £95.99 wonder if the £40 promo will come off that?

Wonder what the effective capacity is with all the losses when using the AC plug.

rejcomp1 h, 35 m ago

Hmm it's on a lightening deal atm @ £95.99 wonder if the £40 promo will c …Hmm it's on a lightening deal atm @ £95.99 wonder if the £40 promo will come off that?


doesnt seem like its combining the lightning deal with the promo code
Edited by: "yoshi" 7th Dec

yoshi8 m ago

doesnt seem like its combining the lighnight with the promo code


bit like the tax man gives with one hand, takes with the other which is in itself ironic

I've had this for the past few months, fantastic price imo

eu adapter ? booo.

heat tho, wanted an anker power house but it's not out in the UK and probably isn't gonna be either for some daft reason.
considered building one but at this price I don't think I could make something quite as nice for as cheap. Tempted.

Sort of review here (I think this is the 110v version but same thing)

daskapital1 h, 28 m ago

Sort of review here (I think this is the 110v version but same …Sort of review here (I think this is the 110v version but same thing)[Video]


The first version has a built in UK plug I believe:
amazon.co.uk/Por…A3/

Few questions;

Does it support USB power delivery, pass through charge and also quick charge 3.0? Hard to find one that supports all of these.

themilkshakeman21 m ago

Few questions;Does it support USB power delivery, pass through charge and …Few questions;Does it support USB power delivery, pass through charge and also quick charge 3.0? Hard to find one that supports all of these.


No to power delivery at least, that USB-C port tops out at 15W of dumb charging.

I want this but it's still a bit pricey for what it is unfortunately.

Might have got this if it had a UK power plug instead of Euro. Still its a good bargain compared to the usual price.
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