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Xiaomi Redmi Note 9S + Mi Night Light + 10,000mAh Redmi Power Bank for £183.99 (4GB/64GB) or £204 (6GB/128GB no light) @ mi.com
Posted 10 h, 55 m agoPosted 10 h, 55 m ago
The Xiaomi Redmi Note 9S 64GB is £199 on mi.com. Currently there is a £10 off per £100 spend offer. Add a Mi Motion Activated Night Light costing £9.99 (cheapest item I could find … Read more

This or the note 8 Pro?


I have a Spigen case on my redmi note 7. I drop my phone a lot and this is the first case I've been happy with.


With wifi already switched on, lock screen comes on, wake the phone again, 5 mins, 10 mins (varies) wifi icon still shows connected, no wifi apps work afterwards, ie Firefox/Chrome will not connect to internet. It's also very random in time intervals and what it takes to get the wifi back working. Same on both of our phones recently received. BT/Plusnet standard Hub. Plenty of similar posts out there around the Globe with these, so maybe not the Hub, but who knows? No fix seems available from Xiaomi so far, so maybe a hardware issue? Our's are going back!


Has anyone tried the Spigen cases? They look pretty good but I'm wondering how they feel, are they hard and as a result, slippery? I'm looking for something with more protection than the free one but with a similar feel.


If both are having issue's, the cause could well be the router. Have you tried replicating the issue on another network?

Baseus Power Bank Portable Charger 30000mAh 65W PD Quick Charge 3.0 + 100W E-Mark USB Type C Cable £36.77 @AliExpress / Baseus Co Ltd Store
Posted 15 h, 49 m agoPosted 15 h, 49 m ago
Seems like a decent price for a high capacity USB C power bank that can both input and output 65W of Power Delivery so it should both charge up quickly as well as charge phones qui… Read more

What I'm actually suggesting is that really and truly they're mis-selling a battery that's around the 67Wh mark.


Rated capacity does not matter, some have 10% less than max capacity, some 20% and so on. The airline will not know that and will not start calculating. This one has 30,000 mah battery capacity inside, even it only gives 18,000 mah. Anyway, apart from the discussion about the plane, 18,000 is 60% of max capacity, this is really low IMO.


It's mainly the Wh which the limit is 100Wh.. this is 111Wh


I think we should look at the "Rated Capacity:18000mAh" when judging why they think it will be accepted on planes.


Power banks taken on board a flight must not exceed the 100Wh (Watt-hour) limit. If your power bank exceeds the limit and you still want or require to take it on board with you, you will need to get special permission from the airline you are travelling with. An average, a power bank would have to be around 28,000 mAh before it went over the 100 Wh limit. (MAH)/1000 X (V) = (WH) In this case 30,000/1000 x 3.7V = 111 WH. Strangely enough, in description it is suggested you can take it with you in a plane. I guess they omitted to say 'pending permission'. If it was over 160WH you were not allowed, you're allowed with this if they let you. Hope this helps!

Xiaomi - Redmi 20000mAh 18W Fast Charge Power Bank - White for £22.99 delivered @ mymemory
Posted 21 h, 31 m agoPosted 21 h, 31 m ago
The dual charging port is a great way to recharge the bank. 18W Bi-Directional Fast Charge is a must nowadays so, you can recharge the power bank in a much faster way. 9-layer cir… Read more

Yeah I'm a big fan of Xiaomi but the kids take the Mick because it's not Apple (lol)


A good brand as well.


Your better off getting a small solar panel with a female usb connection to charge these up. Even a 5v 10w one in the North of Scotland charges a 10000mah bank in 2 - 3 days and ive a tree and building blocking some of the sunlight. This is the type i have. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/10W-5V-Solar-Power-Charging-Panel-USB-Charger-Smart-Mobile-Phone-Pad-A2TS/283881432047?ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649


That's a beast

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RAVPower Portable Charger 16750mAh Power Bank - White £10.99 Prime + £4.49 non prime @ Amazon / Sunvalleytek-UK
Posted 23 h, 19 m agoPosted 23 h, 19 m ago
Available in Red / White . Our Time-Tested Power Bank How do you choose a power bank that you can always count on? Is it a standout sales-record, top rating, and glowing cu… Read more

Yes but that was a crucial and identified defect/contaminant in the cell insulators caused by them trying to gain extra power density not just a random power bank going up in flames. And power banks usually use safer, commercially available cells - either 18650 or similar or standard Li-Po packs as they don’t need to be ridiculously thin and power dense like phones.


Yes I agree but that can happen with any device with a battery, remember the exploding Samsung batteries a few years back.


Most people have been fine. That doesn't mean it doesn't happen but if it was quite the certainty it would be all over the news. The worst I've ever had was an Aukey power bank that ballooned a little - on contacting them, I was quickly given a refund and asked to safely dispose of it.


Funny that I’ve had one of these for over 2 years still works great, oh and not a fire in sight (y)


Thanks for being really helpful. Explain why then. Or can we only expect one word answers?

Baseus Power Bank 30000mAh 65W PD Quick Charge QC3.0 Powerbank BASEUS Co.,Ltd. £39.38 Store Aliexpress
Posted 8th JulPosted 8th JulShipping from ChinaShipping from China
Quite good to charge your laptop on the go and quite a good price with the £2.46 off £34.47 I reckon it is worth it just for the 65W Power Delivery feature alone. store coupon … Read more

I'll second that. If anything goes wrong you'll have to ship it back to China to claim on the warranty and if they refuse to honour the warranty there's nothing you can do about it. If they had a UK base for claims that would be another matter.


There are going to be a lot of people who are avoiding flying this year and will take more camping/caravanning holidays. For people who are going as close to off grid as people go these days massive capacity is a boon.


Worth bearing it mind that if its labeled as more than 100Wh (roughly more than 27,000 mAh) then you cannot take it with you on a plane. So for me a 30k powerbank is actually a big negative for this reason


If it's 30,000mAh, you won't be flying with it.


You are right, but it is confusing. In the description it says: Warm Tips: Packing List: 30000mAh power bank 1x 1m 100W PD Cable 1x Baseus Name: Baseus 65W PD Power Bank 30000mAh Capacity: 30000mAh/3.7V (111Wh) Rated Capacity:18000mAh

GOJI G6PB6BK16 6700 mAh Portable Power Bank - Black £5.75, Blue £5.74, Pink £5.72 Currys PC World - Order online to collect in store
Posted 8th JulPosted 8th Jul
Handy little power bank with 6700mah battery, enough to charge most phones twice.

Great price and perfect for those who need a basic PB to carry with them. Very good price per mAh, but as much as I'm tempted, I will not buy PB no 9 :D . Hot!


The dramas of HUKD XD Just thought that was unbelievable! Thanks The_Guru :) and good luck uk90, it's still a good deal :)


Don't worry. I'm sure you'll find another good deal soon (y)


Brilliant! You're most welcome :)


:p XD It's funny that mine got expired and they removed my edit button so I couldn't amend, just so it could be posted at a higher price with added info and a pat on the back! (y)

Ativa Slim Powerbank 10000 mAh - £5.99 Delivered @ eBay / vikinguk*
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Posted 7th JulPosted 7th Jul
Looks like a good price for a simple 10000mAh powebank, not a PD though. Keep your devices fully charged with Ativa powerbanks. With a 10.000 mAh powerbank, just as small as y… Read more

I have ordered it yesterday and got cancellation email today (fierce)


So thanks ..message is these can’t be trusted .


Thanks for the inputs HCC and Sargo. Appreciated !


I would look at it in terms of how many times you can re-charge your phone I suppose you could get a rough estimate of the capacity by the amount of recharges you can do give or take obviously no power bank is 100% power efficient I would say get the phone battery capacity times it by the number of full re-charges you can do and that should give you an idea of what the capacity it is keep in mind this is just a rough figure and in no way accurate measure just something to give you a rough estimate without tools and fancy equipment


You have to simulate a load through a watt meter, see the video below; I personally purchased a dummy load with a fan from ebay and for kicks, checked out the capacity of a few old power banks I have. They came to within ca. 80% of nominal capacity for the newish ones and as low as 60% for the older banks. Keep in mind batteries in power banks are rated at 3.7V, but the output voltage is 5V (which is what the USB voltage is, and universally used by USB-chargeable devices such as mobile phones). This power bank will have a capacity of 10,000 mAh at 3.7V. Therefore, at 100% efficiency, this power bank will have a capacity of (10,000 x 3.7/5) mAh or 7500 mAh at 5V. Even a brand new power bank will only be about 90% efficient (due to heat loss in the charging circuit and USB cable, inefficiencies in down-conversion in the phone from 5V etc) so expect at best around 6,750 mAh from this battery. In practice, I wouldn't be surprised if you get only around 6000 - 6250 mAh (rule of thumb: expect 2/3rd nominal capacity from any power bank)

GOJI G6PB6BK16 Portable Power Bank 6700 mAh - Black £5.03 @ Currys - Free Click and Collect. Also available in Blue, more in the OP
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Posted 7th JulPosted 7th Jul
Keep your devices going for longer with the Goji G6PB6BK16 Portable Power Bank . The simple power bank charges via your device's USB cable, and is compatible with most smartphone… Read more

Initially picking up on USB C, after that on brand, after that on capacity, after that on quality. If I need a big capacity usb c, I don't even look at this deal, as it is not for me. If I dont need something, I can't see the reason to vote cold. Price per mAh on this one is great.


Some people just don't get the whole 'value for money' proposition for a deal. A bit like comparing a Ford to a Ferrari and saying the Ford isn't a good deal.


Thank you :)


Thanks so much sheffield788 :)


Thanks so much for your user feedback, very helpful :)

Anker Wireless Portable Charger, PowerCore 10000mAh Power Bank with USB-C - £23.99 Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon
Posted 7th JulPosted 7th Jul
Amazon have this for £29.99 but there’s a 20% off voucher taking it down to £23.99. Think it’s a good deal for a wireless power bank. Prime users get free shipping. Thanks M… Read more
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Nice, but I really can't buy yet another power bank!


Wouldn't this be better? https://www.amazon.co.uk/Charmast-Wireless-10000mAh-Charging-Compatible/dp/B07Y8HP8L2/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=power+bank+wireless+charging&qid=1594161740&sprefix=power+bank+wirel&sr=8-3


only plus point i see with this, the pass through charging. Means there's always a powerbank charged and ready to go.


Shame it's not wireless fast charge


Non Prime users should get free shipping too as it's over £20 ;-)

UGREEN 20000mAh Power Bank PD 18W USB Type C Portable QC 3.0 Charger for £15.99 delivered using code @ UGREEN GROUP LTD fulfilled by Amazon
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Posted 7th JulPosted 7th Jul
Decent 18W power delivery portable power bank here for £15.99 by UGREEN. It has both Type C and USB quick charge 3.0 ports, with a total wattage of 18W. You can charge Nintendo S… Read more

Happy with mine. Grabbed it at this price a while ago. Comes in very handy


That would be assuming! Having just read the reviews, I noticed a lot of people complain that the unit is not 20000mah and/or fails after a few weeks of use. This is why I always go for Anker power banks, you pay a bit more but they're solid pieces of kit and come with 18 month no quibble warranty. I've taken mine everywhere, used them almost daily and they've always just worked but I'm not loyal to any brand so if there's a better product out there then I'll happily switch.


Surely in all of those way you described, in his opinion.


In what way is it better than Anker? I've always considered Anker to do the best power banks in terms of durability, build quality and reliability.


I have so many of these for those ‘emergencies’, now we are in lockdown and I’m still buying them (confused)

Baseus 20000mAh Quick Charge Power Bank PD 45W £21.59 Delivered using coupon @ AliExpress Deals / BASEUS Official
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Posted 7th JulPosted 7th JulShipping from ChinaShipping from China
Lower capacity than the offer yesterday, but still comes with power delivery and 45W, perfect for charging a Macbook or Nintendo Switch on the go. Use the coupon on the product pa… Read more

Seriously? This deal is still up? almost 22 hours after I pointed out it's got the wrong price..


good info


Price shown here (£21.59) seems to be for the 15w version (£22.42-83p coupon), NOT the 45w version. That comes in at £30.83.. For that price, I'd say very cold. You can get a 45w PD battery this size from Amazon (45w RavPower £34.99). And this comes with the risk of import duties (+£8 handling fee + 20% VAT + customs), and minimal/no warranty. COLD.


Seems like a good price for the specs and the brand is not bad either. Hot!


I can't see any combination of coupons that make it this price on the product page?

TECKNET 10000mAh 18W Power Delivery USB C Quick Charge 3.0 Power Bank £10.99 Prime / +£4.49 Non Prime- Sold by Mypontustore and FBA
Posted 7th JulPosted 7th Jul
You can choose No Rush Delivery and get £1 credit Reward Two-way Rapid Power Delivery Type C Port:The newest & most stable PD power bank supports Power Delivery Up to 18W i… Read more

Looks good - would this work with redmi note 8 pro?


I don’t get the no rush option anymore?


Excellent... Was after a charger with PD option and at this price its a bargain.... Will help extend Oculus Quest playing times...


Thanks I'd update the description. (y)


9.99 with no rush


Got this 5 years ago about this price, it's OK and pretty robust


This was quite a popular item on HUKD and was often £10. I've got it for that price and is great. However, technology moved on and now you get better specs for th is price. If you need a good basic portable PB, this is a good one.

Baseus Power Bank 30000mAh Type-C PD 3.0 Fast Charger Powerbank £30.52 using code / coupon @ AliExpress Deals / BASEUS Official Store
31/08/2020Expires on 31/08/2020Shipping from ChinaShipping from ChinaPosted 6th JulPosted 6th Jul
Nice price for this 30,000mAh powerbank featuring Type-C and power delivery, perfect for modern USBC devices such as the Macbook or the Nintendo Switch. In order to get this price… Read more

oh taht one is perfect


Just look for anything with 60W PD output then. Ignore CCC, not been tracking recently and prices all over the shop. If they work they will extend the battery, though I would imagine it should last all day anyway? Apple are always claiming it has all day battery life? Maybe try this: https://www.amazon.co.uk/RAVPower-Portable-20000mAh-High-Capacity-Compatible-Black/dp/B083J2YKRL/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=60w+pd+power+bank&qid=1594119335&sr=8-1


oh that £54 is tempting, im using my mac pro outside everyday, will it extend my battery life. that deal is at the expense of end of camel camel


oh that £54 is tempting, im using my mac pro outside everyday, will it extend my battery life


16" mac


I bought one in 2016, still going strong.


I like anker - email their support - product stopped working - out of warranty - no problem we will send you replacement - end of story - buy it.


£3.49 deal was posted on HUKD (and needless to say, shelves cleared to OOS status) moments before or after the £1.49 deal had either been posted or had been made OOS on the 16th March At £10 - it's about the going rate, if not a little more expensive than it ought to be. It just the high street massively overcharge for these things, so people are conditioned into spending £20 for something like this. Check out eBuyer. They were doing Belkin slimline 5000mAh packs for £5 with free P&P round about Xmas. It's worth taking a quick look. Also Lenovo UK had a few clearances of power banks late last year.


This Anker branded one? Can't see it on Keepa.com ?


Paid £1.49 a while back, nice power bank

RAVPower 15mm Ultra Slim 10000mAh external Battery Pack £9.99 Prime (+£4.49 NP) - Sold by S.M UK-Tech & Fulfilled by Amazon
Posted 2nd JulPosted 2nd Jul
Not quite the lowest ever price (has previously been £8.49 using a voucher) but close enough! A HUKD favourite amongst affordable powerbanks. Grab one whilst they’re hot! 4.5/5 s… Read more

Thank you :-)


If you check my previous deals you’ll see a Tecknet 18W Power Delivery that was £9.99 a few days ago. Keep an eye on that one for when the price drops again. Had a look on Amazon and can’t see anything currently under £20 that includes 18W Power Delivery which is strange because Powerbank deals seem to get posted on here regular basis.


Thanks for the info. Can you send me any links please for any that are at a good price.


You’re after a power bank with 18W Power Delivery 2.0, although you’re phone does support 27W Power Delivery if you’re prepared to spend more on a more powerful model.


Can anyone recommend a good battery pack for my Google pixel 2 which supports dower delivery? Thanks

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