ROMOSS ACE10 10000mAh Power Bank £12.60 (+£3.99 non-prime) Sold by Romoss UK Fulfilled by Amazon - Lightning Deal
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ROMOSS ACE10 10000mAh Power Bank £12.60 (+£3.99 non-prime) Sold by Romoss UK Fulfilled by Amazon - Lightning Deal

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Found 17th Dec 2017
ROMOSS


ACE10 10,000mAh Power Bank, 2-Port Aluminum Portable Charger with


Lightning & Micro USB Dual Input for iPhone Samsung and more


Smartphones and Tablets (Space Gray)

Got a few of their powerbanks im liking the build quality on them and the dual input type on this is great. Can't vouch for true capacity though. Also I don't think you can charge it up twice as fast using both inputs if it did surely they would mention it id think.
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There are 2 different offers of free cables if you buy the item but seems to be only if you are paying full price. Any idea how to get the lightening price and the free cable in your basket for £12.60?
10.99 same 10,000mah but decent reviews and best seller
theskippies12 m ago

10.99 same 10,000mah but decent reviews and best seller



That is good in its own right sure but the dual input type is this ones selling point and its form factor is completely different. If it doesn't perform well just send it back.
Niz7 m ago

That is good in its own right sure but the dual input type is this ones …That is good in its own right sure but the dual input type is this ones selling point and its form factor is completely different. If it doesn't perform well just send it back.


I'm a luddite. As long as I can charge it and it in turn charges my phones I'm a happy bunny :-)
theskippies44 m ago

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B0109PYRE0/ref=mp_s_a_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1513532882&sr=8-5&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=power+banks&dpPl=1&dpID=41XKLPCZVUL&ref=plSrch


Is that any good? There are so many different brands and generic ones too - I don't know where to start off... Hence need some advice
Thanks
Edited by: "urinthematrix" 17th Dec 2017
I have a friend who has prime, so does that mean free delivery?
Or would this be better?
Xiaomi brand, £12.49, from gearbest
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Edited by: "urinthematrix" 17th Dec 2017
urinthematrix31 m ago

I have a friend who has prime, so does that mean free delivery?


If your friend orders it yes
urinthematrix45 m ago

Is that any good? There are so many different brands and generic ones too …Is that any good? There are so many different brands and generic ones too - I don't know where to start off... Hence need some adviceThanks


Well for the general consumer there are 4 main points.
1) capacity. Does it have the capacity it claims. Often many brands will tell you that they use Panasonic or LG cells so they are quite likely legitimate. If they don't tell you take it with a pinch of salt. Best thing to do is look on YouTube at the one you are looking at as people do testing on many brands to see the real capacity (leave them a like if useful)

2) How fast can it charge my device. Most devices slow charge but some phones/tablets support fast charging. The main one is Qualcomm's quick charge that is currently on version 3 (QC3.0). A new standard for larger devices and Nintendo's Switch is 'Power delivery' (PD). If your device uses one of the systems it may be an option. If using USB type C it may be worth looking for one that has a dedicated port for this

3) How fast can it be charged. Some big power banks can take several hours to charge. Some support multiple charge inputs so it can be charged quicker.

4) Form factor. This is personal. Some are large and flat that use cells much like in your mobile. Others are approx 22mm thick and these use 18650 cells usually in configurations of 2-8. Fatter ones at around 32mm generally use 26650 cells. This is just what fits best for your needs.

Note: Some airlines have restrictions on very big battery banks so maybe worth checking if you plan to travel with it.

Hope that helps.
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