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Anker PowerCore 10000, One of The Smallest and Lightest 10000mAh External Batteries $17.49
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0194WDVHI?sdsrc=staff

Anker PowerCore+ 26800 PD 45W with 60W PD Charger $89.99
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07XRJZXKY?sdsrc=staff

Anker 100W 4-Port USB-C Charger $69.99
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07VSMK849?sdsrc=staff

Anker Quick Charge 3.0 39W Dual USB Car Charger $14.99
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01K9MQ8WW?sdsrc=staff

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Hey that is EXACTLY the powerbank I am looking for. I want a single USB-C cable and dont want to carry micro usb anymore. If this goes to $22+- I will jump on this deal.
How about $26 including Power Delivery? Literally just went front page.
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How about $26 including Power Delivery? Literally just went front page.
I want something that is similar to this deals form factor. I know they make one that is about $40 with PD but I need to wait for a better price. These slim battery packs you listed are great but based on some reviews there are concerns with batteries bulging. I was considering this one until I read some comments in that thread. Looks like major concerns with power bank getting extremely hot etc.
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I bought 4 of ext. battery for the heated vests.
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I paid $20 in July and am very happy with it.
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I can tell Aukey difference. In the rare event you have to call customer service Anker is top notch. Also, their stuff has a quality feel to it as well. with that said, I'll give the Aukey a shot for PD
Not true in my case Anker customer service is useless, here is a review I posted to Amazon for an Anker product.

Waste of money if you buy this as wireless charger cradle, my iphone 8 charges perfectly from any wireless charger but not from this one, in fact even the charge percentage goes down after an hour drive!
To make the matters worse Anker customer service is even more useless than the product itself, supposedly they offered me a replacement but they never shipped it or answered my question again when I asked them where is the replacement.
People pay extra premium price for ANKER brand name but it is not worthed because the customer service is not there either.
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This is basically entry level with low-end features and low capacity going for twice the price it should.
If this was selling at list price I'd agree but I think you'll have a hard time finding a bank with comparable internals for less considering genuine 3k+ cells go for $4-5 a piece by themselves. That leaves ~$5 for a case and a circuit board. Hopefully one with voltage regulation and protections.

By all means show me where to find another <$18 bank with equivalently rated genuine cells and protections because I'll buy them all. The 18650 community is very critical and thorough in tearing stuff apart to expose fakes and this bank is no exception with the verdict that it meets specs.

I'm not saying Anker doesn't shill on SD or elsewhere.. they could and probably do, but in this instance it's a good deal for a basic bank.
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If this was selling at list price I'd agree but I think you'll have a hard time finding a bank with comparable internals for less considering genuine 3k+ cells go for $4-5 a piece by themselves. That leaves ~$5 for a case and a circuit board. Hopefully one with voltage regulation and protections.

By all means show me where to find another <$18 bank with equivalently rated genuine cells and protections because I'll buy them all. The 18650 community is very critical and thorough in tearing stuff apart to expose fakes and this bank is no exception with the verdict that it meets specs.

I'm not saying Anker doesn't shill on SD or elsewhere.. they could and probably do, but in this instance it's a good deal for a basic bank.
The genuine cells is what makes this deal good. If this was another company with questionable cells, I would say it was a bad deal. With Ankers cells, I am confident there is quality control and multiple levels of safety/protections.
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i paid $25-30 for the 10000 pack about half a year ago. works really well with an iphone xr & 11. considering buying it at this price, but i think one is plenty for me.
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I own literally 75-100 different portable batteries from Anker, RavPower, Easy ACC and Jackery. I basically buy whatever is cheapest at the time rather than try to stay brand loyal. I started buying Anker in late 2014 because they were pretty cheap at that time. I seem to recall the 20,000mah units were only about $27-$32 back then. However, whenever Jackery or Ravpower had some of their units on sale I'd buy them up too. The Ravpower 16750mah units were about $20-25, and the Jackery Giant 12,000mah units were about the same price from what I remember.

Why do I own so many of portable batteries? My father and I run a small business operation in Haiti. I also buy them for missionaries who travel there. As you can imagine, there's very unreliable electricity in Haiti and these devices work wonders there.

Before I get accused of being a shill for Anker and defend this unit let me first start by saying I work in healthcare IT and I have no relationship with Anker. I find it rather amusing that many of you seem to think that Anker reps surreptitiously post in this or on other SD Anker threads.

To make a long story short - I own several of these units, as well as their dual port 13,000 and 10,400mah units. Of the dozens upon dozens of portable batteries I have in the field in Haiti, 2 brands stand out from the rest - Anker and Jackery. I have not replaced an Anker units this year. Conversely, many of the Ravpower units I buy do not last a year (generally the 16750mah unit). Even when they break I still buy from Ravpower because they're generally the least expensive, but don't anyone here try to tell me they're the same quality as Anker, because they haven't proven to be so in my experience. At least not in an extreme environment like Haiti.
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Dope unit, this. Snagged it third quarter of 2018 and have used it several times. No PD or USB-C in the older unit but it's still a champ and worth it around this price point IMO.
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I have this and like it a lot
Someone said it has Panasonic 18650 cells, for those who don't know those are very high quality lithium ion cells.

My only complaint is that my phone charges with USB C and this charges with USB micro so need to carry 2 cords. Kind of annoying and something I hadn't thought about before buying. Not a big deal but 8f I buy another one I will definitely get one that charges with USB C
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No longer 17.50
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No longer $89.
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