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RAVPower Portable Charger 20000mAh PD 3.0, QC 3.0 Power Bank for £16.99 (With code stack) Sold by S.M UK-Tech and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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RAVPower Portable Charger 20000mAh PD 3.0, QC 3.0 Power Bank for £16.99 (With code stack) Sold by S.M UK-Tech and Fulfilled by Amazon.

£16.99£29.9943%Amazon Deals
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Posted 17th Mar

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18W Output
20000 mAh Battery Capacity
PD USB-C Input & Output Port
QC 3.0 Output Port
Multiple Device Charging

Enter code TNRPPB172 at checkout
There's also a £3 coupon that you can apply
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Power for Days: Step into the upper echelon of battery capacity with a muscled 20,000mAh, fully capable of recharging your phone or tablet several times over. The LED indicator displays the available power level of battery pack and charging status intelligently. Know before you go.

Note: USB C cable and lightning cable are not included

The LED indicator displays the available power level of battery pack and charging status intelligently. Know before you go

One for All: Compatibility at its finest, not only ready to charge almost all USB powered devices including laptops, tablets, smartphones and more, but also portable charger can charged by all the cables. Moreover, just taking one cable of the latest iPhone is enough when you traveling around

Stay Protected: All ports, including a dedicated iPhone input port, feature complete charging protections alongside RAVPower’s comprehensive i-Smart technology. Built in UL certified battery cell and complete charging protections make you and your device safer

2.5x Faster Charging: Powerful 18W PD and QC output for exhilarating charging speeds, do you a great favour in an emergency. Especially bring your new iPhone back to 50 percentage in as quickly as 30 minutes

Latest Blazing Fast Recharge technology: Multiple effective ways to recharge your power bank, easy to achieve peak performance with an 18W PD charging adapter to fully recharge in 5 and a half hours

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Is anyone else self isolating / working from home spending all the money saved from not commuting on unnecessary power banks?
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Anyone have this? Know if it'll work with passthrough?
BraddersJ17/03/2020 09:34

Anyone have this? Know if it'll work with passthrough?


Someone has answered a question saying so?
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Thank you, ordered! I got it for £16.99 as there was a £3 voucher available to click too as well as the promotion code.
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There’s a £3 voucher to redeem on the item page too making it £16.99 delivered.
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Dodgy98717/03/2020 09:54

Thank you, ordered! I got it for £16.99 as there was a £3 voucher a …Thank you, ordered! I got it for £16.99 as there was a £3 voucher available to click too as well as the promotion code.


Great minds think alike. Just said exact same thing as you only 50 seconds after you
mbriz17/03/2020 09:44

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Ooh thanks very much, sorry for being lazy
Which one is better this one or the previous deal?

Thanks

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Some promotion codes on items yesterday, the items are being cancelled.
mbriz17/03/2020 10:06

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It depends what you want out of it, the one you've linked to has larger storage so will last for longer, this one has PD and QuickCharge which allows you to charge certain larger items such as some laptops, and significantly reduces the time for QC compatible devices.
Couldn't decide whether to order this one or the 26800 one posted. Only a couple of quid difference in the price. Leaning towards this one as has QC.
rav4cas17/03/2020 10:47

Couldn't decide whether to order this one or the 26800 one posted. Only a …Couldn't decide whether to order this one or the 26800 one posted. Only a couple of quid difference in the price. Leaning towards this one as has QC.


I bought this one. The thing that swung it for me is QC3 and PD. If your phone/device is capable of one of those technologies then you'd be better off with this one as it will recharge your device much quicker than the other one.
rav4cas17/03/2020 10:47

Couldn't decide whether to order this one or the 26800 one posted. Only a …Couldn't decide whether to order this one or the 26800 one posted. Only a couple of quid difference in the price. Leaning towards this one as has QC.


I would recommend this one - it will charge your device much quicker if it is compatible
Dodgy98717/03/2020 10:51

I bought this one. The thing that swung it for me is QC3 and PD. If your …I bought this one. The thing that swung it for me is QC3 and PD. If your phone/device is capable of one of those technologies then you'd be better off with this one as it will recharge your device much quicker than the other one.



Yes gone for this one. Couple of our phones are fast charge capable. Just hope Amazon don't cancel it like my Eufy lights yesterday.
rav4cas17/03/2020 10:54

Yes gone for this one. Couple of our phones are fast charge capable. Just …Yes gone for this one. Couple of our phones are fast charge capable. Just hope Amazon don't cancel it like my Eufy lights yesterday.


I don’t think it will be cancelled, I ordered it for this price a few weeks ago and it was delivered
"This item does not ship to UK - Northern Ireland"

I now have dreams about this dismissal.
Hot deal though.
RamsMax17/03/2020 10:55

I don’t think it will be cancelled, I ordered it for this price a few w …I don’t think it will be cancelled, I ordered it for this price a few weeks ago and it was delivered


I agree. With the Anker orders being cancelled I’m guessing that the £10 off code was never meant for items such as cables which only cost ~£10 or less but rather for more expensive items such as mains chargers etc?
RamsMax17/03/2020 10:52

I would recommend this one - it will charge your device much quicker if it …I would recommend this one - it will charge your device much quicker if it is compatible


I too ordered this when the same deal was posted a few weeks ago. For the price it ticks most/all of the boxes that I had wanted in a portable powerbank. Yes, you can get other models with a bigger capacity and high Power Delivery charge rating but they tend to cost significantly more.

Only negative I would say is the lack of a supplied carrying pouch like some other brands/models of powerbanks.
Edited by: "cheekster" 17th Mar
Have added the full details from the Amazon product page above.
Just yesterday ordered the Anker power bank of the same size that also has USB-C but only as input, which with the voucher ended up being £1 more than this. Looks like it will be delivered, no cancellation message - but would have gone for this with USB-C in/out had I known! Seems like deals on these are flying out fast and furious these days.
Heat added! For £17 this is great value.
Is anyone else self isolating / working from home spending all the money saved from not commuting on unnecessary power banks?
BraddersJ17/03/2020 09:34

Anyone have this? Know if it'll work with passthrough?


What’s the use case for this capability?
l5xeus17/03/2020 12:32

What’s the use case for this capability?


To be able to charge the powerbank at the same time as it is charging other connected devices.
cheekster17/03/2020 13:12

To be able to charge the powerbank at the same time as it is charging …To be able to charge the powerbank at the same time as it is charging other connected devices.


What I mean is, how is that useful/what’s a typical use case? I’m curious since my power bank is capable of this.
Let’s say you’re charging a smartphone plus a tablet connected to this powerbank and the charge remaining in the powerbank is running low. Instead of having to disconnect the devices and then have to wait hours for the powerbank to recharge you can be doing all recharging at the same time.
How would this work with a Huawei P20 Pro as I'm not sure but I don't think PD/QC is supported???
l5xeus17/03/2020 12:32

What’s the use case for this capability?


My use would be to power my dash cam when I'm parked but also charge when driving whilst powering the dash cam.

A bit risky to battery health and safety if it's not fully supported but at this price I'll chance it!

Only Zendure power banks 'officially' support this/endorse it
cheekster17/03/2020 13:27

Let’s say you’re charging a smartphone plus a tablet connected to this pow …Let’s say you’re charging a smartphone plus a tablet connected to this powerbank and the charge remaining in the powerbank is running low. Instead of having to disconnect the devices and then have to wait hours for the powerbank to recharge you can be doing all recharging at the same time.


Ah ok, that makes sense.
Weeeeeelllllllllll, looks like the one I ordered earlier is going back, this has lower capacity but other numbers are much better. Sorry Mr Bezos, that's a few p less you're earning today.
cheekster17/03/2020 13:27

Let’s say you’re charging a smartphone plus a tablet connected to this pow …Let’s say you’re charging a smartphone plus a tablet connected to this powerbank and the charge remaining in the powerbank is running low. Instead of having to disconnect the devices and then have to wait hours for the powerbank to recharge you can be doing all recharging at the same time.


I try not to use passthrough on any power bank. You loose some power down the line as it's not 100% efficient (not much in the whole scheme of things admittedly) but it adds to the wear and tear of the batteries, they only perform so well for so long. Their performance does deteriorate with use.
mbriz17/03/2020 10:06

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Get this one unless you really need the 6800mAh. This one has USB-C input and output plus quick charge, the other one only has micro-usb input which no phone use now day so you need to carry extra cable.
Edited by: "sion22" 17th Mar
Don't need it but great price. I bought USB-C PD compliant one for my late Nexus 5P only to soon replace it with Honor phone that has its own charging standard and doesn't support QC3.0
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I asked the question about another Ravpower charger I bought, and was told it would, and when I tried it, it did not. But still happy with my purchase. This was the £8.95 (10000) one the other week.
I've got another RAV power bank with DUAL inputs. C and mini USB, which really makes a difference when charging. Does this one? Only pic - shows single lead.
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airdsuk17/03/2020 20:07

I've got another RAV power bank with DUAL inputs. C and mini USB, which …I've got another RAV power bank with DUAL inputs. C and mini USB, which really makes a difference when charging. Does this one? Only pic - shows single lead.


It comes with one lead but had two inputs, i think its the same as your one
Newer version than the one I have - charges my s8 5 times! HEAT 🔥🔥🔥
Noice
tomnorthwales17/03/2020 20:19

It comes with one lead but had two inputs, i think its the same as your one


Checking again, don't think the power bank can be dual charged.

It says TRI input and outputs, but that is just the different type of ports ie miniUSB, USB C or Lighting.
What's the £3 coupon code, please
Brilliant. Heat added. Thanks
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