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TECKNET 10000mAh 18W Power Delivery USB C Quick Charge 3.0 Power Bank for £8.99 Prime or £14.48 non-Prime (using code) @ Amazon / BLUETREE
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TECKNET 10000mAh 18W Power Delivery USB C Quick Charge 3.0 Power Bank for £8.99 Prime or £14.48 non-Prime (using code) @ Amazon / BLUETREE

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Refreshed 29th Nov 2019 (Posted 26th Nov 2019)

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Now £8.99!
Even better than the power bank I posted yesterday, get this TECKNET 10000mAh quick charging bank for £9.99 with Prime membership. You can pay £4.49 for delivery if you don't have Prime, or you can choose to add a few items to get to the £20 free delivery threshold. Get the cheaper price using code: BK7Z9NV7

"Two-way Rapid Power Delivery Type C Port: The newest & most stable PD power bank supports Power Delivery Up to 18W input & output. Recharges itself for about 2.5 hrs with a PD 18W charger.

Quick Charge 3.0 and Supreme Compatibility: Backwards-compatible with all versions of Qualcomm Quick Charge technology (1.0, 2.0 & 3.0). Also charges non-Quick Charge devices at up to 2.4A.

Extra Powerful Capacity & Ultra Compact: One of the smallest 10000mAh power bank (13.9 x 7.0 x 1.63cm), ideal capacity for business travel or wherever you go.

Better Safety with Built-in Safeguards: Enjoy an A+ grade battery that has over 500 charging cycles for long term use. Featuring overcharge, over discharge, overcurrent and short circuit, overvoltage protection.

Package contents: TeckNet Power Bank, Micro USB Charging Cable and Type-C PD Cable, Manual, 18-month warranty and friendly customer service."

Specifications
  • USB-C PD Charger: It compatible with Nokia N1 Tablet, Chromebook Pixel, and other new gadgets featuring a USB-C port.
  • QC3.0 USB Port: Features Quick Charge 3.0 USB port to boost the charging process.
  • PD Input/Output: PD Output: 5V=3A, 9V=3A, 12V=1.5A
  • Micro/PD Input: 5V/2A, 9V/2A
  • QC3.0 USB A Output: 5V/3A, 9V/2A, 12V/1.5A
  • High-Speed Input: One of the first portable chargers to support Power Delivery input. An enormous PD input allows a full recharge in just 2.5 hours, making it possibly the fastest recharging portable charger available.
  • Ultra Compact: -13.9 x 7.0 x 1.63cm
  • With the size and feel of a smartphone, it is unobtrusive, lightweight and the most compact among batteries of this capacity.
  • Better Safety with Built-in Safeguards: Enjoy an A+ graded battery that has over 500 charging cycles for long term use. Featuring overcharge, over discharge, overcurrent and short circuit, overvoltage protection.
  • Plug & Play: Simply plug in a device to automatically start charging without pressing any buttons.

Notes: USB-C Laptops which require an input over 22W may not be supported. Not compatible with devices with an input below 50mA (e.g. some Bluetooth headsets and GPS devices). Incompatible with HTC 10, HP Spectre and Dell XPS laptops, as well as Lenovo ThinkPad 470s, ThinkPad X1, and Huawei MateBook. Does not support high-speed charging for MacBook Pro, Samsung W700, Lumia 950, or Motorola Z Force Droid Edition.


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I might have to start looking for usb-c chargers and cables...
Bought this on offer for £10.99 a few weeks ago and it’s been great so far and the advertised mah seems spot on.
toonsquirel26/11/2019 11:55

Bought this on offer for £10.99 a few weeks ago and it’s been great so far …Bought this on offer for £10.99 a few weeks ago and it’s been great so far and the advertised mah seems spot on.


Have you recharged it from almost fully discharged? If so, would you mind telling me, which charger did you use and how long did it take?
Says it’s £12.99 instead of £9.99?
deleted50493126/11/2019 11:58

Have you recharged it from almost fully discharged? If so, would you mind …Have you recharged it from almost fully discharged? If so, would you mind telling me, which charger did you use and how long did it take?


Yeah quite often, I use type c to charge my iPhone but to charge to power bank I just use a normal fast charge usb a to usb c charger. If it’s fully dead I’m not sure exactly how long as I’ve done it overnight so less than 6 hours. When it’s been half deal it’s fully charged in less than 2 hours.
lukman_ahmed1926/11/2019 11:59

Says it’s £12.99 instead of £9.99?


You need to use the code QTGKTP48, sorry.
This is also a good size and weight, it’s pretty much same size and weight as an iPhone XS so the ignite and power bank fits nicely in pocket.
toonsquirel26/11/2019 12:04

Yeah quite often, I use type c to charge my iPhone but to charge to power …Yeah quite often, I use type c to charge my iPhone but to charge to power bank I just use a normal fast charge usb a to usb c charger. If it’s fully dead I’m not sure exactly how long as I’ve done it overnight so less than 6 hours. When it’s been half deal it’s fully charged in less than 2 hours.


Ah right, thanks for the input. I'll keep an eye out for anyone else who's charged up one of these from a USB-C charger and see how long it took them in the real world - not the manufacturers claims
Thank you Akira_Cat, just ordered, arriving tonight.
Got this last week for 8.99 it comes with two small cables one a usb c it's quite handy,charges my mate 20 X fast
Would this be able to charge a switch if the switch is idle?
I got this last week, when on offer for £8.99. Dammmmmm it’s a good charger, compact and yet does the business. Ordered as present for Christmas presents.
Sorry cold for me. I expect this will be a lower price on BF. Was £5.99 during the at the time of the last prime day in July.
sgrech26/11/2019 13:03

Sorry cold for me. I expect this will be a lower price on BF. Was £5.99 …Sorry cold for me. I expect this will be a lower price on BF. Was £5.99 during the at the time of the last prime day in July.


You're saying this USB-C PD compatible charger was £5.99 last Prime Day? £10-11 has been the best price in a while - I would have bought a few at that price. It's a great power bank anyway, I didn't mind paying £11 for it, can rapid charge my Samsung S9 much faster than I'm used to.
Edited by: "plewis00" 26th Nov 2019
plewis0026/11/2019 13:11

You're saying this USB-C PD compatible charger was £5.99 last Prime Day? …You're saying this USB-C PD compatible charger was £5.99 last Prime Day? £10-11 has been the best price in a while - I would have bought a few at that price. It's a great power bank anyway, I didn't mind paying £11 for it, can rapid charge my Samsung S9 much faster than I'm used to.


Yep that's what camelcamelcamel says. I want to buy one but waiting for BF.
sgrech26/11/2019 13:14

Yep that's what camelcamelcamel says. I want to buy one but waiting for …Yep that's what camelcamelcamel says. I want to buy one but waiting for BF.


Wow. Annoyed I missed that, I would have bought a few. Anyway, at £10 it's still a bargain because nothing else touches it in this price range. So if you were on the fence and afraid to miss it, I'd advise to buy it.
Just bought 2 had to buy them separately though so the code would work on each order. Delivery is coming tonight. Can’t beat that.
Kirby2826/11/2019 12:52

Would this be able to charge a switch if the switch is idle?


I don't think it would.
sgrech26/11/2019 13:03

Sorry cold for me. I expect this will be a lower price on BF. Was £5.99 …Sorry cold for me. I expect this will be a lower price on BF. Was £5.99 during the at the time of the last prime day in July.


I don't think that deserves a cold vote, but each to their own.
sgrech26/11/2019 13:14

Yep that's what camelcamelcamel says. I want to buy one but waiting for …Yep that's what camelcamelcamel says. I want to buy one but waiting for BF.


It was in 2016, for one day. They have been around the £13-15 range for a while since — this is a good deal and you'll be lucky if you get less than £8-9 on BF.
plewis0026/11/2019 13:11

You're saying this USB-C PD compatible charger was £5.99 last Prime Day? …You're saying this USB-C PD compatible charger was £5.99 last Prime Day? £10-11 has been the best price in a while - I would have bought a few at that price. It's a great power bank anyway, I didn't mind paying £11 for it, can rapid charge my Samsung S9 much faster than I'm used to.


It was £5.99 in 2016, so three years ago. You are correct about the prices for the last couple of years.
Akira_Cat26/11/2019 13:50

It was £5.99 in 2016, so three years ago. You are correct about the prices …It was £5.99 in 2016, so three years ago. You are correct about the prices for the last couple of years.


That just seems odd as that was really advanced and new tech back in 2016. Maybe it was just unexpected and the brand name unknown back then? USB C PD chargers have typically been 2-3x the price of normal USB A power banks.
Have some heat for a good deal
Great deal, thanks Op, little stocking filler so win win all round
plewis0026/11/2019 13:54

That just seems odd as that was really advanced and new tech back in 2016. …That just seems odd as that was really advanced and new tech back in 2016. Maybe it was just unexpected and the brand name unknown back then? USB C PD chargers have typically been 2-3x the price of normal USB A power banks.


More than likely it was mistake, as it went back up straightaway hasn't been down anywhere near that since.
Still think it will be cheaper on BF.
sgrech26/11/2019 16:22

Still think it will be cheaper on BF.


If it does happen to hit an allllllll time lowwwwwwww on this forthcoming Blavk Friday/Cyber Monday longggggg Weekend thing, PM me please?, as I'll be definately interesting on buying a few of these as well, etc?. :-)
amour3k26/11/2019 18:20

If it does happen to hit an allllllll time lowwwwwwww on this forthcoming …If it does happen to hit an allllllll time lowwwwwwww on this forthcoming Blavk Friday/Cyber Monday longggggg Weekend thing, PM me please?, as I'll be definately interesting on buying a few of these as well, etc?. :-)


Not if I get there first
Is this better then a anker 10400 I doubt it
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Was 8.99 on 22nd November
Showing at 9.99 with code for me.
£8.99 for me with code thanks
Would this be suitable to charge a moto g4?
amour3k26/11/2019 18:20

If it does happen to hit an allllllll time lowwwwwwww on this forthcoming …If it does happen to hit an allllllll time lowwwwwwww on this forthcoming Blavk Friday/Cyber Monday longggggg Weekend thing, PM me please?, as I'll be definately interesting on buying a few of these as well, etc?. :-)


It is £8.99 now, a quid off. There's your Black Friday discount!
Stupid question- can I charge an iPhone with this?
SCRAPPY.DOO29/11/2019 10:45

Would this be suitable to charge a moto g4?


If it fits it will charge
Here's a specific question. I plan to use this going in to a USB timer switch before it goes into a small heat pad (so that I can leave it and set it to turn on in about 5 hours). I have one that seems to auto turn off sending charge, presumable because no power is being sucked from it. And then the timer stops working. Does anybody know if this will work with it? Or if there is anything specific I need to look for in powerbank descriptions that would cause this?
Thanks OP, code worked a treat
siirbaz29/11/2019 10:54

Stupid question- can I charge an iPhone with this?


Yes
Thanks for this.
Shame it doesnt work with XPS 13.
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