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Sorry for that , the Power Bank runs out of stock, it sold today to many. I will put the promo code when it available. Thanks for your understanding.Thanks for slickdeals.Smilie
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Good price for the capacity, but no quick charging.

> 2 USB ports (2.1A & 1A)
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Thank you and repped for pointing that out, will have to pass
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I got this last time for same price after promo code. The display is nice since it gives a more accurate reading for the power level, but makes me wonder if either it's buggy or I got a less than 20k capacity unit.

what i've seen: pack is showing 80% charge, I plug in a phone and it'll start dipping rapidly to like 60-70, before it slows down and discharges normally.
I've also seen it at 0% a few times, flashing (indicating it's about to run out) for 10+ minutes while charging a tablet.

Don't regret purchase either way, still seems to be a good product for the price.
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The price in the title is confusing. Which is it, $30 or $18? the site says you save 40%

I'm sure it's $18 after coupon, i would suggest just putting the $18 final price after coupon.
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Thanks! My "good" one burst into flames, and my other is dying slowly... Needed a new one!
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I got this last time for same price after promo code. The display is nice since it gives a more accurate reading for the power level, but makes me wonder if either it's buggy or I got a less than 20k capacity unit.

what i've seen: pack is showing 80% charge, I plug in a phone and it'll start dipping rapidly to like 60-70, before it slows down and discharges normally.
I've also seen it at 0% a few times, flashing (indicating it's about to run out) for 10+ minutes while charging a tablet.

Don't regret purchase either way, still seems to be a good product for the price.
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Been looking for one of these. Seems like a good deal. In for 1.
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Good price for the capacity, but no quick charging.

> 2 USB ports (2.1A & 1A)
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Good price for the capacity, but no quick charging.

> 2 USB ports (2.1A & 1A)
Thank you and repped for pointing that out, will have to pass
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Good price for the capacity, but no quick charging.

> 2 USB ports (2.1A & 1A)
Thanks for pointing it out. Cancelled the order
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Ended up cancelling mine as well. Found another on Amazon with comparable capacity and quick charge for $2 more. Thinking about pulling trigger on that one.
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Grabbed two of these when they were $20 a piece from amazon...

They definitely are NOT 20000mAH ... I would say maybe 12000 at most ... Power and percentage goes down nearly 1:1 when I plug in my Note 8.
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Good capacity. Charges my S8+ around 4 times if I am going from around 40% to 100% on my S8+. It seems to last forever though.

Even though it is 20000mAH, I would expect the usable is much closer to 13000mAh. Given my S8+ is a 3500mAH battery pack. Taking into account charging inefficiencies and the fact I am going from 40%-100%, I am looking around 4 times or so.

Keep in mind it is one heavy battery pack compared to other portable battery pack of similar size. And it does take forever to charge from empty.
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Looks like a solid product.
Something to mention the charge pack is like a older Anker product 2.1a and 1a but should be ok for most people.
Also due to efficiency the actual mah will be near 50-65% of what they advertise it to be...


Ooh cool it comes with a water proof pouch?

"Micro USB cable, Travel waterproof pouch, User guide"

From the reviews i can see that if you have any problems they respond to your reviews atleast....
they do mention a one-year warranty so if any thing happens after amazon return date you can prob get it replaced ..
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Ended up cancelling mine as well. Found another on Amazon with comparable capacity and quick charge for $2 more. Thinking about pulling trigger on that one.
which one was that please?
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