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You may have trouble bringing this on some airlines.
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nker PowerCore+ 26800, Premium Portable Charger, High Capacity 26800mAh External Battery with Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 (in- and Output), Includes PowerPort+ 1 Wall Charger
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You may have trouble bringing this on some airlines.
Ohhh didn't realize there was an airline restriction on power banks...TIL
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You may have trouble bringing this on some airlines.
What airlines? I've never had any trouble in Europe or US
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What airlines? I've never had any trouble in Europe or US
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https://zendure.com/blogs/news/wh...n-a-flight

looks like 20000mAh is the limit according to the FAA, so that would be a regulation for all US based airlines at least
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Damn. Almost got it but noticed it wasn't a PD power bank. Good deal though.
What's a power bank?
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Even folks on business working for 10-15 hours on a plane probably have access to a power outlet at their seat. Even the hardcore Switch player is in the same boat.
Just wanted to point out that I'm like 1 for 10 on the underseat AC outlets on international flights. The prongs inside the sockets are always wore out so much that nothing stays plugged in. Just got back late last night from an international trip. Same story. Wasn't surprised and whipped out my battery pack.
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RAVPower 26800 PD Portable Charger 26800mAh (Fast Recharged in 4.5 Hours & USB-C Input, 30W Type-C Output)
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01LRQDAEI

~$10 more after 30% coupon
3.4A total output to be shared between both USB ports. Just a heads up on that.
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Pan Am

https://zendure.com/blogs/news/wh...n-a-flight

looks like 20000mAh is the limit according to the FAA, so that would be a regulation for all US based airlines at least
I believe the math is done incorrectly in that article. They assume you use the output voltage of 5V for the math. However, I believe regulations state that you must use the output voltage of each cell since the capacity is based off of the sum of each cell. So you'd use 3.7V in that formula, which would make the maximum allowed mAh for our purposes right at 26,800....which is why we see MULTIPLE brands making batteries with this oddball capacity.
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You may have trouble bringing this on some airlines.
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What airlines? I've never had any trouble in Europe or US
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Pan Am

https://zendure.com/blogs/news/wh...n-a-flight [zendure.com]

looks like 20000mAh is the limit according to the FAA, so that would be a regulation for all US based airlines at least
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3.4A total output to be shared between both USB ports. Just a heads up on that.
I believe the math is done incorrectly in that article. They assume you use the output voltage of 5V for the math. However, I believe regulations state that you must use the output voltage of each cell since the capacity is based off of the sum of each cell. So you'd use 3.7V in that formula, which would make the maximum allowed mAh for our purposes right at 26,800....which is why we see MULTIPLE brands making batteries with this oddball capacity.
No flights are you allowed to travel with lithium batteries if they are removable (obviously, laptops and the sort are excluded) in your check baggage.

Removable lithium batteries must be carried on and less than 100 Wh (watt hours) PER battery. Every single power bank that exists thats 26800 mAh is ~96.48 Wh, this one included.

https://milliamps-watts.appspot.com/ For completeness, I'll just say that all power banks use the base spec of 3.6 volts as their output. They obviously output more as needed and that has nothing to do with calculating their total watt hours.

EDIT: also, before anyone replies and wastes anyone else's time - look at the Wh for this product and any other 26800 mAh you see - Pro-tip, Amazon probably doesn't list them so you have to go to the manufacturers product page.
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No flights are you allowed to travel with lithium batteries if they are removable (obviously, laptops and the sort are excluded) in your check baggage.

Removable lithium batteries must be carried on and less than 100 Wh (watt hours) PER battery. Every single power bank that exists thats 26800 mAh is ~96.48 Wh, this one included.

https://milliamps-watts.appspot.com/ For completeness, I'll just say that all power banks use the base spec of 3.6 volts as their output. They obviously output more as needed and that has nothing to do with calculating their total watt hours.

EDIT: also, before anyone replies and wastes anyone else's time - look at the Wh for this product and any other 26800 mAh you see - Pro-tip, Amazon probably doesn't list them so you have to go to the manufacturers product page.
So..... you agree with me then.
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So..... you agree with me then.
I quoted you mainly to put everyone who had interest on the same page. Apart from the small assumption you made of the inner cell voltage being 3.7 instead of the 3.6 Anker lists. Most of what you said is completely accurate.

I wonder why an article designed to sell their power bank would be so shitty and in accurate.
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