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RAVPower Portable Charger 20000mAh PD 60W Power Bank £29.39 Sold by S.M UK-Tech and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Posted 4th Feb

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  • £41.99, £29.39 with code KKPB201R

  • Potent Power for Your Laptop: Substantial 60W PD output means it can charge your MacBook Pro perfectly, just as good as the original charger
  • Big Power, Small Case: A 20000mAh battery pack to power your iPhone 11 Pro Max from 0% to full 2.6 times, Galaxy S10 3.4 times and iPad Pro 2018 1.6 times
  • Dual Fast Charging: Equipped with one PD port and one QC port to ensure you can charge your laptop and phone at top speeds simultaneously
  • Mighty 30W PD Input: Achieve peak performance with a strapping 30W PD charging adapter – fully recharge the power bank in 2 and a half hours (Charger Not Included)
  • Dependable Safety: Packed with advanced charging guards, this power bank is forged to protect against damage caused by overcurrent and overheating issues
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I believe it is aircraft friendly
Ordered been looking for a good one that charges MacBooks since my anker one died
Need educating here please, thank you.

Got a new ultrabook, charger 65w, this one is 60w, I am guessing it should be ok, isn't it. Also if I look at 30-45 w ones, am i wrong to say it will still be ok, apart from the fact it will take longer to charge the laptop?
The input is 30w and no charger included. Are there any portable chargers available for 30w? I can use the normal charger, the only thing is it will take longer for the PB to charge, am I right?
Finally, the USB C cable seems to be to charge the PB and probably phones, do I need an extra cable, PD to charge the laptop?

Thanks a lot and sorry if my questions sound stupid, better safe than sorry.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 4th Feb
Where’s a good place to buy a reasonably priced power bank?
Amazon price seems to beat everyone by a fair margin but they consider where I live an island so won’t send as it’s a battery. They do sent other battery products though. Super weird
Been looking for a higher than 18w at a decent price. Thanks, ordered.
It's my understanding that a device will only draw what it wants so a higher wattage charger should be ok. I am hoping so anyway as I intend to charge it with my 45w Chromebook charger.

A device should still charge with a lower wattage charger but more slowly and the device might warn you about using an underpowered charger.
rheumatoid04/02/2020 15:29

It's my understanding that a device will only draw what it wants so a …It's my understanding that a device will only draw what it wants so a higher wattage charger should be ok. I am hoping so anyway as I intend to charge it with my 45w Chromebook charger.A device should still charge with a lower wattage charger but more slowly and the device might warn you about using an underpowered charger.



Voltages need to match but device will only draw the current it needs (e.g. 60 w charger offers 20 V @ 3 A, a 30 W device that uses 20 V can connect and draw 1.5 A).
60W PD powerbank below £30... Hot!
kiranmk204/02/2020 16:50

Voltages need to match but device will only draw the current it needs …Voltages need to match but device will only draw the current it needs (e.g. 60 w charger offers 20 V @ 3 A, a 30 W device that uses 20 V can connect and draw 1.5 A).


Yes. It seems that this can accept multiple charging voltages though so hoping my Chromebook charger which lists 5/9/15V at 3A and 20V at 2.25A should do the job and charge it quickly.
Excellent deal.
sheffield78804/02/2020 15:23

Need educating here please, thank you.Got a new ultrabook, charger 65w, …Need educating here please, thank you.Got a new ultrabook, charger 65w, this one is 60w, I am guessing it should be ok, isn't it. Also if I look at 30-45 w ones, am i wrong to say it will still be ok, apart from the fact it will take longer to charge the laptop?The input is 30w and no charger included. Are there any portable chargers available for 30w? I can use the normal charger, the only thing is it will take longer for the PB to charge, am I right? Finally, the USB C cable seems to be to charge the PB and probably phones, do I need an extra cable, PD to charge the laptop?Thanks a lot and sorry if my questions sound stupid, better safe than sorry.


60W will be fine yes. Your laptop consumes power depending on how much work it's doing, so for instance my macbook when idling can actually charge off a regular USB port, 12W is all it needs to charge. When I start compiling code the consumption shoots up to 40W so it needs to draw some power from the battery since it can't get enough from the charger.

If you use a lower wattage charger to charge the battery it will work but will charge slowly, that's all.

PD runs over a standard USB C to C cable in most cases so you won't need an additional cable.
With 20Ah @ 3.7v it contains around 74watt-hours. So you're only going to get just over an hour - at best - from this - if it's providing the full 60w to your laptop. Then again, a 15 inch Macbook Pro's battery is 86Ah, so you could hope to extend the battery life by something like 50 - 75% (allowing for losses), which is quite useful.
(sorry, Macbook battery is 86Wh, not Ah - won't let me go back and edit it for some reason).
Edited by: "Dodge62" 4th Feb
sheffield78804/02/2020 15:23

Need educating here please, thank you.Got a new ultrabook, charger 65w, …Need educating here please, thank you.Got a new ultrabook, charger 65w, this one is 60w, I am guessing it should be ok, isn't it. Also if I look at 30-45 w ones, am i wrong to say it will still be ok, apart from the fact it will take longer to charge the laptop?The input is 30w and no charger included. Are there any portable chargers available for 30w? I can use the normal charger, the only thing is it will take longer for the PB to charge, am I right? Finally, the USB C cable seems to be to charge the PB and probably phones, do I need an extra cable, PD to charge the laptop?Thanks a lot and sorry if my questions sound stupid, better safe than sorry.



Mostly likely it will work fine. I bought this power bank the other day - it works fine to charge my Lenovo X1 Carbon (6th Gen) - and that laptop came with a 65W power adapter.

30-45W may be pushing it a bit. You may find it charges slowly or not at all, particularly if your laptop is using a lot of power at the time. I think some laptops may also be picky and simply refuse to charge if the power delivery is too low.

This power bank only has one USB-C port. It functions as an output when you're charging the laptop, and as an input when you're charging the power bank. So you only need one cable because you can only do one of these things at a time.
MilleniumBarnDance04/02/2020 17:30

Mostly likely it will work fine. I bought this power bank the other day - …Mostly likely it will work fine. I bought this power bank the other day - it works fine to charge my Lenovo X1 Carbon (6th Gen) - and that laptop came with a 65W power adapter.30-45W may be pushing it a bit. You may find it charges slowly or not at all, particularly if your laptop is using a lot of power at the time. I think some laptops may also be picky and simply refuse to charge if the power delivery is too low.This power bank only has one USB-C port. It functions as an output when you're charging the laptop, and as an input when you're charging the power bank. So you only need one cable because you can only do one of these things at a time.


Have you charged the powerbank with the laptop charger? If so, how long does it take?
Does anyone know if this is suitable for a 16” MacBook Pro? Or would i need something that can deliver a higher charge rate?
Edited by: "releaseyourself" 4th Feb
releaseyourself04/02/2020 18:46

Does anyone know if this is suitable for a 16” MacBook Pro? Or would i n …Does anyone know if this is suitable for a 16” MacBook Pro? Or would i need something that can deliver a higher charge rate?


What is the rating on your charger and what is the battery capacity of the MacBook? It should charge but perhaps more slowly than your charger if the rating on your charger is higher. Also, it may not charge it fully if the capacity of the MacBook battery exceeds the capacity of this charger.
rheumatoid04/02/2020 19:01

What is the rating on your charger and what is the battery capacity of the …What is the rating on your charger and what is the battery capacity of the MacBook? It should charge but perhaps more slowly than your charger if the rating on your charger is higher. Also, it may not charge it fully if the capacity of the MacBook battery exceeds the capacity of this charger.


96w adaptor and i think a 99 battery
releaseyourself04/02/2020 19:04

96w adaptor and i think a 99 battery


So it will charge about 2/3 the speed of your mains charger. 99 is not right. It will normally be in the thousands of mAh
rheumatoid04/02/2020 19:10

So it will charge about 2/3 the speed of your mains charger. 99 is not …So it will charge about 2/3 the speed of your mains charger. 99 is not right. It will normally be in the thousands of mAh


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MilleniumBarnDance04/02/2020 17:30

Mostly likely it will work fine. I bought this power bank the other day - …Mostly likely it will work fine. I bought this power bank the other day - it works fine to charge my Lenovo X1 Carbon (6th Gen) - and that laptop came with a 65W power adapter.30-45W may be pushing it a bit. You may find it charges slowly or not at all, particularly if your laptop is using a lot of power at the time. I think some laptops may also be picky and simply refuse to charge if the power delivery is too low.This power bank only has one USB-C port. It functions as an output when you're charging the laptop, and as an input when you're charging the power bank. So you only need one cable because you can only do one of these things at a time.


Thank you. Will the PB charge using a normal phone charger (if yes., I am assuming will take a long time) or is it better to get a more powerful charger, thanks. I'm assuming the PB can be charged with the laptop charger, the only issue is the PB input is 30W while my charger is 65W, don't know if this matter. Thanks!
CampGareth04/02/2020 17:23

60W will be fine yes. Your laptop consumes power depending on how much …60W will be fine yes. Your laptop consumes power depending on how much work it's doing, so for instance my macbook when idling can actually charge off a regular USB port, 12W is all it needs to charge. When I start compiling code the consumption shoots up to 40W so it needs to draw some power from the battery since it can't get enough from the charger.If you use a lower wattage charger to charge the battery it will work but will charge slowly, that's all.PD runs over a standard USB C to C cable in most cases so you won't need an additional cable.


Thank you. Will the PB charge using a normal phone charger (if yes., I am assuming will take a long time) or is it better to get a more powerful charger, thanks. I'm assuming the PB can be charged with the laptop charger, the only issue is the PB input is 30W while my charger is 65W, don't know if this matter. Thanks!
Edited by: "sheffield788" 4th Feb
Wow I nearly bought this last night. Great win!
Voted hot! Good price for 60W power bank. Good brand too.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 4th Feb
sheffield78804/02/2020 19:20

Thank you. Will the PB charge using a normal phone charger (if yes., I am …Thank you. Will the PB charge using a normal phone charger (if yes., I am assuming will take a long time) or is it better to get a more powerful charger, thanks. I'm assuming the PB can be charged with the laptop charger, the only issue is the PB input is 30W while my charger is 65W, don't know if this matter. Thanks! Thank you. Will the PB charge using a normal phone charger (if yes., I am assuming will take a long time) or is it better to get a more powerful charger, thanks. I'm assuming the PB can be charged with the laptop charger, the only issue is the PB input is 30W while my charger is 65W, don't know if this matter. Thanks!


It will charge with a normal phone charger, but given this battery has 74Wh of capacity if you're putting 10W into it using a phone charger it will take 7 and a half hours.

You can charge a 30W device with a 65W charger. The rating of the charger is the maximum amount it can supply, but devices only draw as much as they can use. That's why you can plug a lightbulb into the mains and it doesn't blow up as all the power of the national grid floods into it.
What's the verdict about using powerbanks for the Switch? The bricking business with unofficial hubs has me all paranoid. Especially since Anker released a special switch powerbank for about 3 times the price.

I know I'm probably being paranoid but I've put a lot of hours into Zelda and my life would be even more empty if I was too loose all that progress.
xRBLx04/02/2020 16:13

Didn't realize that's a thing


Some aircrafts are not friends .. it depends what gang you're from .. da Wesside .. or da Isstside ..
Swiss airlines are neutral though..
xRBLx04/02/2020 16:13

Didn't realize that's a thing


It's not . I don't know anyone who has ever had a problem with taking them on flights. HUKD seem to be really obsessed with it though
tom.mchugh05/02/2020 08:14

It's not . I don't know anyone who has ever had a problem with …It's not . I don't know anyone who has ever had a problem with taking them on flights. HUKD seem to be really obsessed with it though


It is a thing although not often enforced. Only batteries up to 100Wh are usually allowed. You take a risk but I don't know how they would assess or you would prove the capacity.
Says code not valid?
Mine arrived today but only 3 of the 4 blue LED lights seem to work. Anyone else have this issue?
PD will charge anything that uses PD. From personal experience a 10,000mah 18w pd battery also charges a macbook pro. This one should do it a lot quicker and has double the capacity. The macbook’s own battery is smaller capacity than either.
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Gigasonix05/02/2020 16:11

Mine arrived today but only 3 of the 4 blue LED lights seem to work. …Mine arrived today but only 3 of the 4 blue LED lights seem to work. Anyone else have this issue?


How do you know. Have you tried to charge it fully?
rheumatoid05/02/2020 18:44

How do you know. Have you tried to charge it fully?



yes its been on charge for hours with a 65w charger, all the other 3 leds flash when its charging but the 4th led never flashes or lights up.
Gigasonix05/02/2020 20:03

yes its been on charge for hours with a 65w charger, all the other 3 leds …yes its been on charge for hours with a 65w charger, all the other 3 leds flash when its charging but the 4th led never flashes or lights up.


When mine was delivered I checked the battery and 3 lit up. I plugged it in and the 3rd led flashed for about an hour and then went solid. The 4th led has been flashing for about 3 hours now but it is only being fed by a 10w charger.
rheumatoid04/02/2020 19:10

So it will charge about 2/3 the speed of your mains charger. 99 is not …So it will charge about 2/3 the speed of your mains charger. 99 is not right. It will normally be in the thousands of mAh



Or millions of micro-Amp-hours. Or maybe it's just 99Ah.
Dodge6206/02/2020 10:49

Or millions of micro-Amp-hours. Or maybe it's just 99Ah.


99000 mAh

I think not. that's bigger than some car batteries. It is milli not micro ampere hours
Order cancelled by Amazon this morning 😣
"The items were unfortunately shown with a wrong price during the checkout process and, therefore, the marketplace seller has asked us to cancel your order"
IllDigATunnel07/02/2020 07:41

Order cancelled by Amazon this morning 😣"The items were unfortunately …Order cancelled by Amazon this morning 😣"The items were unfortunately shown with a wrong price during the checkout process and, therefore, the marketplace seller has asked us to cancel your order"


Same here. Has anyone had it delivered at the discounted price?
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