Texet power bank 5600 mah £11 it was £15 Wilko instore
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Texet power bank 5600 mah £11 it was £15 Wilko instore

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Found 6th Jan 2015
Found this today theres a lower model for 6£ i think is 3600 mah be fast i only seen 3. I think is a good deal. And i have no idea if is national or not first post.

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Original Poster

Oh and it comes with flashlight it is really soft in my hands X)

This is the same b&m sell for 4.99 is it. Not

same capacity anker on Amazon is £12 only. very reliable and cookies costumer service too

It was £11 for months last year but the price went up for xmas, so just reduced to the price it was. Not a bad price tho for somewhere like wilko that will just instantly replace/refund if it stops working.

Typing on a 5.3Ah phone these seem almost irrelevant.

ibiza

Typing on a 5.3Ah phone these seem almost irrelevant.



? I literally don't understand... You do realise 5600mAh = 5.6mAh? That means it can fully charge your phone.

Either you misunderstood mAh (fair enough!) or you expect a power bank to charge your phone fully multiple times (what situation would need this / you could just pay more and get it).

I have a similar charge battery on my phone and so far I'm very impressed
Edited by: "jameilious" 14th Oct 2015

jameilious

? I literally don't understand... You do realise 5600mAh = 5.6mAh? That … ? I literally don't understand... You do realise 5600mAh = 5.6mAh? That means it can fully charge your phone.Either you misunderstood mAh (fair enough!) or you expect a power bank to charge your phone fully multiple times (what situation would need this / you could just pay more and get it).I have a similar charge battery on my phone and so far I'm very impressed



As you said, you "don't understand".

I no longer have the phone, but whilst I had it it & being left on charge most nights, it never ran out of power in all that time. So the large battery in a mobile not using much power makes a power bank "almost irrelevant".

Also, you seem to find power banks a challenging concept.

If said PB has 5.6Ah & is left plugged into the mobile, then obviously close to the full combined capacities of both batteries can be used.

However, if power banks are used to charge a mobile overnight & then disconnected. It can only charge whilst the potential difference of the PB battery exceeds that of the phone, & will stop charging once they both reach the same voltage, & also charge at an extremely slow rate as the voltages are close in value. So roughly, a 5.6Ah capacity PB will only half charge a mobile with a 5.3Ah battery & be massively slow at the end, as the rate of charge varies with the potential difference.

I hope this helps you understand.
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