Power bank, Anker or RavPower

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Found 10th Apr
I bought a RavPower 20000 power bank while it was on sale for £16.80 and was really impressed with it. Now I'm after another but the price has gone up to £25.

So looking at Anker, a similar one costs £28.99 for 20,100mAh

amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1

Do I pay more for 20100 or pay less for this RavPower which is 22000mAh?


amazon.co.uk/gp/…rch

Brand over capacity?

20000 was perfectly fine for me btw.

Any help appreciated.
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Do you have devices that use Quick Charge? If so, get one that has QC3.
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swiftez7 m ago

Do you have devices that use Quick Charge? If so, get one that has QC3.


I use it to charge iPhones, ipads and may charge my drones controller. Don't think any of them have QC.
Try the aukey one think it's on for £15 search aukey in this and you'll see plus you can charge it using lightning cable main reason I bought it!
Edited by: "Manny50" 10th Apr
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Manny5016 m ago

Try the aukey one think it's on for £15 search aukey in this and you'll …Try the aukey one think it's on for £15 search aukey in this and you'll see plus you can charge it using lightning cable main reason I bought it!


That looks like a great deal but seem a bit bulky compared to the others?
Anker 20100 - been using it for a few months now, no complaints.
6ixFoot117 h, 24 m ago

That looks like a great deal but seem a bit bulky compared to the others?


Yeah it is a bit, I also have the anker 20100 one but I find the aukey one is better to hold even with the more 30 grams added to it, plus the lightning cable input is worth having if you use iPhones iPads.
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