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Yacikos Power Bank 25800mAh, Portable Charger Sold by XINLANG-EU and Fulfilled by Amazon £10.59 Prime (+£4.49 non Prime)
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Yacikos Power Bank 25800mAh, Portable Charger Sold by XINLANG-EU and Fulfilled by Amazon £10.59 Prime (+£4.49 non Prime)

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It’s got good reviews but I’m highly sceptical about the mah capacity of these weird brands. Cost wise and space wise it doesn’t add up
I'd love to set fire to my house...
Pandarino05/01/2020 10:13

I'd love to set fire to my house...


Excellent, but how do you feel about paying to fulfil your desire?
Good luck going on a plane with that!
Newsworthy.

As in 'Flight HUKD69 disappears over the Channel after reporting fire on-board' type of news.
otem05/01/2020 10:16

Good luck going on a plane with that!


I bought 28000 capacity before Christmas and took it into plane without any Problem
otem05/01/2020 10:16

Good luck going on a plane with that!


I’ve been taking mine on aircraft for years.
Airlines care about lithium content not brands, aside from product recalls which can happen to any manufacturer no matter how large
Certainly alot of power banks on eBay have made up high capacities and they rely on most customers never testing them. Hopefully Amazon are better in ensuring you get what you pay for but, like eBay, they rely on customers reporting problems before they take action i.e they don't test them. I tend to only purchase on Amazon and eBay from UK sellers as its easier to get your money back e.g from UK based Chinese companies.
otem05/01/2020 10:16

Good luck going on a plane with that!


I got a 24000 one and I get on planes OK, go through customs with all my gadgets in bag I take on board
I bought 2 of these from Amazon last year for holiday, paid £11 each and no problems going through Airport.
They are bit bulky but for that price who cares. One went faulty and they replaced but took a lot of contacting the supplier as is third party.
16.99 at best now I think
I think the concern about taking on a plane is not whether you've been able to do so but whether this has a higher likelihood of bursting into flames while halfway across the atlantic versus a more well known brand that is possibly less likely to burst into flames... however it's not like these burst into flames on a regular basis, unlike those unknown branded Galaxy Notes

I think best practice is to be suspicious of any weird brand name battery pack, some may be fine, some will be filled with fine sand in lieu of real batteries. Some will have scant regard for your safety and may have poor / no battery protection built in.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 5th Jan
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