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Spigen 20000mAh Power Bank Dual Port 5V 2.4A Portable Charger + 2yr warranty £9.99 (Prime) / £14.48 (non Prime) Sold by Spigen & FB Amazon.
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Spigen 20000mAh Power Bank Dual Port 5V 2.4A Portable Charger + 2yr warranty £9.99 (Prime) / £14.48 (non Prime) Sold by Spigen & FB Amazon.

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Posted 3rd Jan

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  • [20,000mAh] Battery capacity with 5V 2.4A USB outputs for dual-charging capabilities.
  • [Non-Slip Pattern] Providing a natural grip-pattern for comfort use
  • [Universal Compatibility] Compatible with iPhone 11, 11 Pro, 11 Pro Max, XS, XS Max, XR, 8, 8 Plus, 7, 7 Plus, 6s, 6s Plus | iPads | AirPods, Pro | Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, S10E, Galaxy S9, S9 Plus, S8, S8 Plus, S7, S7 Edge, S6, S6 Edge | Note 10, 9, 8, | Galaxy Buds | Google Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, Pixel 3, 3 XL, Pixel 3a, 3a XL, Pixel 4, 4 XL | Nexus 5X, 6P | OnePlus 2, 3 | Huawei P10, P10 Plus, P20 Pro, P9, P8 | Huawei Mate 10, 20, 20 Pro, P20, P20 Pro
  • [iP Technology] ControlHeat Technology and Smart IC Chip Protection with CE protect you from all angles of danger with Safety Certification Standards (CE, MSDS, UN38.3)
  • [What's in the Box] 1 x Spigen 20000mAh Power Bank | 1 x Micro-USB Cable | Spigen 24-Month Warranty
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HammadKhalil03/01/2020 05:38

Damn you. Just when I bought AOPAWA Power Bank, 25800mAh Portable Charger …Damn you. Just when I bought AOPAWA Power Bank, 25800mAh Portable Charger Universal External Battery Pack with High Speed Charging for Smart Phones Tablets and More for £15.99. I'm gonna stick for a bigger capacity but heat


Is that copied and pasted? Please tell me it is
TMelt03/01/2020 08:42

Can anyone tell me the difference between a 26800mah and 10400mAh power …Can anyone tell me the difference between a 26800mah and 10400mAh power bank?


16400mah.
You're welcome.
Duffman78603/01/2020 08:19

I wouldn't touch this. Times are moving on and as a minimum, you should …I wouldn't touch this. Times are moving on and as a minimum, you should have USB C. Buying this is equivalent of buying a brand new black and white radio!


It's not quite that serious. USB C to USB C is getting more popular, but there's no harm in using a Type-A to USB C cable to charge your device.

At £9.99 this is a bargain. If it was £30+ you'd have a point.
Edited by: "CFC2011" 3rd Jan
I wouldn't touch this. Times are moving on and as a minimum, you should have USB C. Buying this is equivalent of buying a brand new black and white radio!
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Brilliant Deal, bought & voted hot
Edited by: "taswir1" 3rd Jan
Ordered a couple to take on holiday - cheers.
Damn you. Just when I bought AOPAWA Power Bank, 25800mAh Portable Charger Universal External Battery Pack with High Speed Charging for Smart Phones Tablets and More for £15.99. I'm gonna stick for a bigger capacity but heat
HammadKhalil03/01/2020 05:38

Damn you. Just when I bought AOPAWA Power Bank, 25800mAh Portable Charger …Damn you. Just when I bought AOPAWA Power Bank, 25800mAh Portable Charger Universal External Battery Pack with High Speed Charging for Smart Phones Tablets and More for £15.99. I'm gonna stick for a bigger capacity but heat


Is that copied and pasted? Please tell me it is
Vilbun_Dsouza03/01/2020 06:24

Is that copied and pasted? Please tell me it is


Yeah it was. No chance I was writing it out in full.
Fantastic cases. Dropped mine so many times. Never a scratch and sill looks new.
Anyone has any "genuine" feedback on the powerbanks?
Heat, if you don't care about USB-PD, QuickCharge, type-c input, this is the way to go. I still prefer the Omar that gives 45W and can charge a macbook, but that one is 12 pounds more..
shigganin03/01/2020 07:45

Heat, if you don't care about USB-PD, QuickCharge, type-c input, this is …Heat, if you don't care about USB-PD, QuickCharge, type-c input, this is the way to go. I still prefer the Omar that gives 45W and can charge a macbook, but that one is 12 pounds more..


If you don't mind me asking, what's the difference about the features you just mentioned?
Ordered, thanks OP
shafiulhussain03/01/2020 07:56

If you don't mind me asking, what's the difference about the features you …If you don't mind me asking, what's the difference about the features you just mentioned?


Mainly relating to quicker charging of the devices you connect to it.
good price for this. I like Spigen stuff. Always get their cases for my phone. If I didn't already have the Anker Powercore 10000 from a previous deal last year I'd be getting this one.
Gahhhh didn't need another power bank, bought 🔥
I wouldn't touch this. Times are moving on and as a minimum, you should have USB C. Buying this is equivalent of buying a brand new black and white radio!
Duffman78603/01/2020 08:19

I wouldn't touch this. Times are moving on and as a minimum, you should …I wouldn't touch this. Times are moving on and as a minimum, you should have USB C. Buying this is equivalent of buying a brand new black and white radio!


It's not quite that serious. USB C to USB C is getting more popular, but there's no harm in using a Type-A to USB C cable to charge your device.

At £9.99 this is a bargain. If it was £30+ you'd have a point.
Edited by: "CFC2011" 3rd Jan
WordlyTraveller03/01/2020 08:09

Mainly relating to quicker charging of the devices you connect to it.


Thanks mate
Would be on this if I hadn't got an Ankwer Powercore 20100 about a year and half ago.

Seems a decent price for sure, have some heat.
shigganin03/01/2020 07:45

Heat, if you don't care about USB-PD, QuickCharge, type-c input, this is …Heat, if you don't care about USB-PD, QuickCharge, type-c input, this is the way to go. I still prefer the Omar that gives 45W and can charge a macbook, but that one is 12 pounds more..


...and pass-through
I was actually looking at this product that has USB C and quick charge and is currently eligible for 30% off amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1


Can anyone tell me the difference between a 26800mah and 10400mAh power bank? Is the higher mah worth an extra £10-15?
TMelt03/01/2020 08:42

Can anyone tell me the difference between a 26800mah and 10400mAh power …Can anyone tell me the difference between a 26800mah and 10400mAh power bank?


16400mah.
You're welcome.
miikeyblue03/01/2020 03:53

Ordered a couple to take on holiday - cheers.


Hope they don’t charge the spigens and they have a good time
BS_Man03/01/2020 08:34

...and pass-through


Doesn't this one support passthrough? My old 20k poweradd did.
shigganin03/01/2020 07:45

Heat, if you don't care about USB-PD, QuickCharge, type-c input, this is …Heat, if you don't care about USB-PD, QuickCharge, type-c input, this is the way to go. I still prefer the Omar that gives 45W and can charge a macbook, but that one is 12 pounds more..


What’s the Omar? 45W and laptop charging sounds nice!
Erudite03/01/2020 08:47

16400mah.You're welcome.


That bit I'd worked out Does it mean it charges quicker or has more charges in it?
TMelt03/01/2020 09:15

That bit I'd worked out Does it mean it charges quicker or has more …That bit I'd worked out Does it mean it charges quicker or has more charges in it?


Holds more power/charge..

E.g. can charge a phone 7 times instead of 3 times.
Edited by: "Yossi" 3rd Jan
shigganin03/01/2020 09:03

Doesn't this one support passthrough? My old 20k poweradd did.


...tell me about it, it so hard to find one which supports P-T, so happy that my "old" Teknet still keeps its charge
CFC201103/01/2020 08:22

It's not quite that serious. USB C to USB C is getting more popular, but …It's not quite that serious. USB C to USB C is getting more popular, but there's no harm in using a Type-A to USB C cable to charge your device.At £9.99 this is a bargain. If it was £30+ you'd have a point.


Is a bargain but old stock and old technology. Connecting old technology to aggressive battery hungry device will just kill it faster. USB c connector means it is latest model. If you see Ali, they newer version than eBay or Amazon stock.
I have to bin my old external batteries when using new mobile device.
Anyone know how long it takes to charge full
TMelt03/01/2020 09:15

That bit I'd worked out Does it mean it charges quicker or has more …That bit I'd worked out Does it mean it charges quicker or has more charges in it?


It is a grey area. China product is unlike UK standard. What they state on the battery is what the battery can hold but it does not mean delivery. Also battery is 3.75v and if connect to 5v device or charger , there is a loss , plus heat loss.
If you see eBay. They inflate the figure like 50000mah but it is only 12000mah ie 3 or 4 charge on Samsung s7 or s8.
Also it depends what batteries they used round ones like AA or flat ones and then quality.
Just bear in mind. You get what you pay for. The winner is the China seller hence mega rich. They do not sell cheap anymore. They are not naive anymore.
How can I get this delivered free without prime? Local pick-up isn't available.
Is that battery genuinely 20000mah?
Would this be suitable for Nintendo switch?
Tried to resist Amazon purchases in the New Year. Fail
Doesn’t ship to Northern Ireland arghhhhhhh
Great price for capacity however unless you are happiest with the slowest possible charging of your device, get a PD power bank which actually supports quick charging of your device

UGreen Power Bank, QC for all 18W and 15W charging devices.
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Edited by: "FlyingSquirrel" 3rd Jan
Heat for price. But IMO the input is bottleneck here. Without usbc this 2ill take ages to juice up
Pay the extra £10 get one of the new ones with wireless charging on the front, no more wires! Brill
Great price for 20000mah, normal price is £12 so not a massive saving. Personally I'd pay a bit extra for a USB C PD one, e.g. Ugreen for £17 (I have one) or this Okzu for £14 looks a bargain if it's any good.
*price decreases by 2£*

Users: sO goOd
pokemon203/01/2020 09:27

It is a grey area. China product is unlike UK standard. What they state …It is a grey area. China product is unlike UK standard. What they state on the battery is what the battery can hold but it does not mean delivery. Also battery is 3.75v and if connect to 5v device or charger , there is a loss , plus heat loss. If you see eBay. They inflate the figure like 50000mah but it is only 12000mah ie 3 or 4 charge on Samsung s7 or s8. Also it depends what batteries they used round ones like AA or flat ones and then quality. Just bear in mind. You get what you pay for. The winner is the China seller hence mega rich. They do not sell cheap anymore. They are not naive anymore.


So not a grey area then, as it means it holds more energy, not charges quicker (which was the question).

By the way, the conversion from 3.7V to 5V is not a "loss" of energy, it's just a step-up in voltage. The resulting charge is lower, but there's no loss of energy, other than the slight loss from heat, but that's negligible and not the reason the charge is significantly lower.
Do I need it no, do I want it yes. Am I going to get it. Aaaarrrrrhhhh no, it's my New Year's hdukdeals resolution. I wonder how long it can l it can last.
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