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Anker PowerCore Speed 20000 PD 20100mAh Power Bank + 30W Wall Charger Bundle EXPIRED

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AnkerDirect via Amazon has their Anker PowerCore Speed 20000 PD 20100mAh Power Bank + 30W Wall Charger Bundle on sale for $79.99 - $20 with promo code ANKERPD9 = $59.99. Shipping is free. Thanks deeznutz206

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  • PowerCore Speed 20000 PD
  • 30W Wall Charger
  • 60cm Micro USB cable
  • 90cm USB-C to C cable
  • Travel Pouch
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Saw this in the newsletter and thought I would share as I did not see this posted.

What stands out is the recharge time of only 4hrs! My older powerbanks with the same amount of mAh takes 10hrs. What a big difference.

Anker PowerCore Speed 20000 PD, 20100mAh Portable Charger & 30W Power Delivery Wall Charger Bundle, Input & Output Type C Power Bank for Nexus 5X 6P, LG G5, iPhone 8 / X and Macbooks.

  • Power Delivery: Charges USB-C Power Delivery devices with a huge 22.5W output; laptops, phones, tablets and more. Charges iPhone 8 at highest possible speed.
  • High-Speed Recharge: Utilizes USB-C Power Delivery input to recharge itself in just 4 hours using included wall charger.
  • Ultra-High Capacity: Charge an iPhone 7 6 times, Macbook 2016 once, or an iPad Air2 almost twice.
  • What You Get: PowerCore Speed 20000 PD, 30W wall charger, travel pouch, 60cm Micro USB cable, 90cm USB-C to C cable, welcome guide, our 18-month worry-free warranty and friendly customer service.Lightning cable for iPhone / iPad sold separately.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B071WNWRNC

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Last Edited by deeznutz206 January 27, 2018 at 06:12 PM
Just checked and this deal is still valid as of Saturday, Jan 27th, 6:10 PM PST Applause

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Frankly, the charger is the thing that makes this a deal. Those 30w chargers are pricey. Quick charge input and output also brings up the price. Otherwise you could get 20000mah for much less from reputable manufactures.
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Correct. FYI, Samsung's "Fast Charge" is using Qualcomm's Quick Charge 3.0 technology.

Story: Qualcomm wanted a faster charging mechanism, but couldn't wait for the USB-IF consortium (or whatever it's called), so they came up with a proprietary method of signaling higher voltage on the vbus line. Hence, QuickChargeTM was born. QC 1.0 is just higher amps (5V@2A?) QC 2.0 and 3.0 bring variable-voltage (5V@3A,9V@2A,12V@1.5A, etc...). Note that QC 2.0/3.0 that Qualcomm implemented is over MicroUSB or USB-C

USB-IF finally got their shit together and came out with USB-PD. They also do variable-voltage, but only over USB-C. Since its a standard, many are to follow, but modifying the vbus line is a no-no. They start @ 5V@0.5A all the way up to a theoretical 20V@5A.

QC 2.0/3.0 Devices:
* Samsung S6/S7/S8
* LG V20/30
* Many other high-end Qualcomm chip devices

USB-PD Devices:
* iPhone 8/X/iPad Pro (10.5/12.9)
* Some Acer/Asus/Dell/etc.. Laptops
* Nintendo Switch
* Google Pixel

Lastly, QC 4.0 is a superset of USB-PD (it can handle USB-PD, along with other charging types), so that should be the end of it.
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Yes this will charge a Switch while playing Zelda.
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Thanks for posting! Good deal since you also get a usb c to usb c cable.
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Thanks for posting! Good deal since you also get a usb c to usb c cable.
Yeah I thought it was a great deal too.

Not sure why the TD's. Probably all the Anker haters out there. Roll Eyes (Sarcastic)
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Yeah, all the negatives are "other". This is the lowest for this by far, and you're getting a decent high powered battery, wall unit for fast charging and c-to-c cable.. Nice post OP.
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With USB-PD and high max power output, will this charge a switch while playing?

Also, the description says 22.5W power output, but the specs quotes a max of 24W (15V*1.6A).

Debating whether to go for this or the other Ravpower deal posted.
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Got a similar one with 26800 PD. It works great
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included wall charger is a big plus

I own something similar, and I had to provide my own means of charging the power bank. Thankfully, my Razer Blade Laptop charger gets the job done
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With USB-PD and high max power output, will this charge a switch while playing?

Also, the description says 22.5W power output, but the specs quotes a max of 24W (15V*1.6A).

Debating whether to go for this or the other Ravpower deal posted.
Yes this will charge a Switch while playing Zelda.
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Man......I've really been underestimating the value of the 20,000 charger I got a long while ago for free.....every time I see one on here for an actually cheap price....they're all like 5k or or less ....which wouldn't be even enough to charge my phone once.
Frankly, the charger is the thing that makes this a deal. Those 30w chargers are pricey. Quick charge input and output also brings up the price. Otherwise you could get 20000mah for much less from reputable manufactures.
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Is this fast charging capable?
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Will we ever see a PD-capable portable charger also with some version of QuickCharge, or is there something that would prevent that?
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Seeing $80 for the product
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