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Anker Powercore 10000 mah portable charger for Amazon Prime Members with Free shipping $18.69

epixNET 18 57 July 14, 2016 at 11:39 PM in Tech Accessories (5) More Amazon Deals
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I'm surprised that this deal/charger is not getting more love on here. I've seen this charger several times, either posted on here or show up as a similar item on the Amazon page that I'm looking at for some other charger, but I hadn't actually taken the time to read the reviews on it. After having just done so, I'd say that this would seem to be an awesome charger, particularly, because of the physical size of it. It appears to be roughly the length and width of a credit card (but, obviously, thicker), which is pretty damn small for a highly-rated 10,000mAh charger that is from a reputable company like Anker. One of the reviews mentioned that it's about the size of a deck of cards (maybe a little thicker, though) and I can't help but think that that's quite small and convenient to carry for a charger that could charge many/most phones 4-5 times. Also, several of the reviews that I read specifically stated that it charges at a very rapid rate (not actual quick/fast-charging, but consistently putting out 2.4 amps when necessary) and fully charging their device 4-5 times.

I realize that most people will likely want/prefer a portable charger with more than 1 charging port for around the $20 range, and I would certainly prefer that, too; but I just think it's really impressive that there is such a relatively small charger of this size, from a well-known company like Anker, for less than $20. I am seriously considering buying at least one of these, and if I do, I will try to remember to come back here and post an opinion on the charger after I've received it.

If anyone has any recommendations for a portable charger that they think would be a better purchase for around $20, please feel free to post it. I'd like to see what would be considered a better charger/value than this one.

Also, thanks for posting the deal, OP!
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I bought a 10000mah aukey with quick charge 2.0 input and output for less. it is bigger, but it also charges faster
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I bought a 10000mah aukey with quick charge 2.0 input and output for less. it is bigger, but it also charges faster
Do you think that Aukey is as good and reliable a brand as Anker is? I used to think so, as I thought that they were very similar companies that made basically identical/similar products, but, for some reason, I have become of the opinion that Aukey's products are not as high-quality as Anker's products are and I think this was due to having read comments and complaints about the quality of Aukey's products.

What has your experience been with that Aukey charger? Are you satisfied/impressed with it?
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Do you think that Aukey is as good and reliable a brand as Anker is? I used to think so, as I thought that they were very similar companies that made basically identical/similar products, but, for some reason, I have become of the opinion that Aukey's products are not as high-quality as Anker's products are and I think this was due to having read comments and complaints about the quality of Aukey's products.

What has your experience been with that Aukey charger? Are you satisfied/impressed with it?
I totally understand where people are coming from. It does seem like a knockoff brand, however they have a good warranty. I bought a qc 2.0 wall charger from them and although it feels very light and cheap, it's worked very well.

the charger so far does what it's advertised to. I ended up picking it because of the QC 2.0, but the size is jarring. it's definitely not pocketable. I might get the anker with the slower charging speed that's listed here because of how much smaller it is.

my brother recently got a QC 3.0 ravpower 20000mah charger, and it was only about 30% bigger with 15% more weight compared to this aukey. this aukey is very bulky, but gets the job done. i can't address it's lifetime performance since i've only had it for a few days. i need something more portable for... pokemon.LMAO
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I'm seeing 25.99
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Quote from BillyJackAz View Post :
Do you think that Aukey is as good and reliable a brand as Anker is? I used to think so, as I thought that they were very similar companies that made basically identical/similar products, but, for some reason, I have become of the opinion that Aukey's products are not as high-quality as Anker's products are and I think this was due to having read comments and complaints about the quality of Aukey's products.

What has your experience been with that Aukey charger? Are you satisfied/impressed with it?

Yeah thats one of the things I like about this Power Bank, if you read the reviews of most power banks many of them have issues with reliability so its good to go with trusted brands so that you wont have to re-buy another power bank if it breaks out of the return period. One thing that has me a little hesitant though it says in the reviews that it doesnt come with a power adapter for iPhone 6, what power adapter are they talking about? the thunderbolt cable?


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I'm seeing 25.99

It was showing $25.99 for me earlier too but if you refresh the page it will show $18.69. The link the original poster put up was for the Black model but when you click on the link it keeps showing the White model for $25.99, it must keep going in and out of stock I think because now its only showing the White model but before it was showing both of them.
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The black version (which is the one being discounted) won't be in stock until July 26. The white version sells for $25.99 though
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The black version (which is the one being discounted) won't be in stock until July 26. The white version sells for $25.99 though

I just checked the page agian and it lets you order the black version agian for $18.69 but it says that it wont be in stock until 07-24-2016.


At least you can still order it though to lock in the price... maybe the original poster should add "Power Bank" to the title instead of "Portable Charger" that way it will get more results in the search.
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I'm in for one. I was going to buy one whether or not I could find one on sale so this is perfect. Amazon two day shipping is never two days for me though...
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in for one. thanks
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