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Samsung Original Emergency Power Bank Battery Pack 10000mAh (Type C) £17.99 yoltso eBay
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Samsung Original Emergency Power Bank Battery Pack 10000mAh (Type C) £17.99 yoltso eBay

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Posted 8th Dec 2019

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I know that you can buy cheaper power-banks with the same capacity but at least you know that with Samsung it will still be working in 12 months time.
1 - £17.99 each
2 - £13.49 each
Also available with Samsung Wireless Charging Pad at £24.99
ebay.co.uk/itm…oqf

Power-bank as listed but with micro USB charging connector at £19.99
ebay.co.uk/itm…Efw
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You can buy cheaper power-banks with the same capacity that you know will still be working in 12 months time.
Its £14.50 on Samsungs own website if you have the Samsung Members app and grab the 50% code.

hotukdeals.com/dea…109
Edited by: "cecilmcroberts" 8th Dec 2019
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Its £14.50 on Samsungs own website if you have the Samsung Members app and grab the 50% code.

hotukdeals.com/dea…109
Edited by: "cecilmcroberts" 8th Dec 2019
You can buy cheaper power-banks with the same capacity that you know will still be working in 12 months time.
Mine broke after 3 months of light use.
mine is still working fine after 7 months, retains its charge well and the quick charge feature is handy too
neon8508/12/2019 21:26

Mine broke after 3 months of light use.


3 months of emergencies?
My anker 13000 3 years old still going strong
sussexroyal08/12/2019 21:23

You can buy cheaper power-banks with the same capacity that you know will …You can buy cheaper power-banks with the same capacity that you know will still be working in 12 months time.


I purchased two of these from this seller and one did stop working. Samsung customer service was disgusting however this seller dealt with the warranty. So just because it a big brand don't assume anything.
I want a power bank for no more than £20. What would people recommend?
leet09/12/2019 07:19

I want a power bank for no more than £20. What would people recommend?


I have my eye on this RavPower. Looks nice and compact and type C. Bit pricey though at £21.99 with voucher. You can definitely get a bigger battery for less but I don't need more than 10k.

smile.amazon.co.uk/dp/…6T1

Rav Power & Anker both seem to have excellent reviews
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