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Poweradd Pilot Pro3 30000mAh Power Bank (Dual Inputs/4A, 3 Outputs/4.5A) 25% OFF @$29.99 @Amazon

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This is a really good power bank, put out about 28,000 mAh @3.7 volts according to my equipment. It has two micro USB ports to fast charge it, but no Qualcomm quick charge or USB C out. I was able to keep my phone and tablet going for about 4 days.
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Same price as the Anker Powercore II 20,000. The original price of the Anker is much heigher, is it a better even though it holds less?
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At 30,000 is this over the 100 watt hour limit for carry-on? The 26,800 ones are just over 99wh
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At 30,000 is this over the 100 watt hour limit for carry-on? The 26,800 ones are just over 99wh
What limit is that. On all carriers?
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$27.99 lightning deal currently
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$27.99 lightning deal currently
Code didn't stack...😥
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What limit is that. On all carriers?
https://www.faa.gov/about/office_...teries.pdf
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At 30,000 is this over the 100 watt hour limit for carry-on? The 26,800 ones are just over 99wh
I believe the limit is around 20,000 MAh
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I believe the limit is around 20,000 MAh
Depends on airlines I'd say - when my wife flew through Air China they took her 5k MAh... they just didn't care



I snagged the 30k just now as I was going to get another 20k for $17.99 figured for $10 more get another 10k - not bad. I've been using my poweradd 20k almost daily for 2 months - so far no complaints and it's a beast at handling charging
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I believe the limit is around 20,000 MAh
See above faa link.
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Depends on airlines I'd say - when my wife flew through Air China they took her 5k MAh... they just didn't care



I snagged the 30k just now as I was going to get another 20k for $17.99 figured for $10 more get another 10k - not bad. I've been using my poweradd 20k almost daily for 2 months - so far no complaints and it's a beast at handling charging
5k is a fraction of the guideline.

Edit: did the fast read, sorry. Those guys were a holes. Maybe they had a diff requirement
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I'll pass on this. Too many concerning negative verified reviews. This price isn't so great as to warrant buying this over even a 20 AH Anker.
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The reason the [typically] biggest capacity you see for these is 26800 and its for that reason - federal regulations require no batteries over 99whr for air travel.

So, you wouldn't be able to take this on an airplane in your carry-on.
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