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RAVPower Prime 3.0 Quick Charge 10,000mAh Portable Charger

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  • Charges Smartphones, Laptops & More
  • 10,000mAh LiPo Rechargeable Battery
  • Quick Charge 3.0 Technology
  • Overcharge, Overheat & Surge Protection

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Last Edited by timbertop February 25, 2020 at 11:18 AM
osideplayer wrote: "No Power Delivery" after deleting the prior version of the Wiki.

Other users may view the prior version which answers questions asked in the thread by clicking "revisions" in the upper right corner.

Thank's "osideplayer" but nobody cares that as a power gamer enthusiast you only use PD batteries or that you personally detest economical batteries that do not have PD.

People prefer to see answers to their questions which you took upon yourself to delete rather than "No Power Delivery".

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I have a Ravpower device it's never gotten warm.
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Find you phone on the Big List of QC devices here: https://www.androidpolice.com/202...3-devices/

Shaves a full hour off the re-fill time compared to the popular ( and expensive ) Anker Powercore Slim 10000 C-PD. Nice find! This is $27 on Amazon!
Model RP-PB077 18 watt 3.5 hrs to charge from flat. No PD charger required.

Excellent value if it performs as promised. Aside from being slim lightweight and having Li-Po cells it has both QC 3 input and output which is very hard to find. Refer to the powerguide.com link in the Wiki where you will see that QC 3 will charge Samsung Galaxy as fast as any PD charger.

Ignore the technically challenged who don't know the difference between this QC and a common slow speed charger or who dictate that others need to buy PD because that's what they do. Qualcomm, it's in your phone!

*Note9 fast charges as do all Galaxy up to and including S10 5G except for slow only on Galaxy S9 S9+ .
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I have a Ravpower device it's never gotten warm.
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Man I definitely done need another battery pack. I have 2 ravpower packs and even keeping them in a backpack while in use for long periods of times they do get "warm" as in you can feel it slightly but never "hot" to the touch.

If i have it out on my desk while charging it has no noticeable change in temperature .
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Can someone remind me if PD is part of the QC3.0 spec...for us iOS users?

Edit. Type-A output so no PD for iOS users
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Can someone remind me if PD is part of the QC3.0 spec...for us iOS users?

Edit. Type-A output so no PD for iOS users
iOS devices do not use Qualcomm Quick Charge. You can still use the charger but it will charge as normal (using a static voltage)
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There is a newer version with type-c input. I have both. I prefer the type-c.
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Find you phone on the Big List of QC devices here: https://www.androidpolice.com/202...3-devices/

Shaves a full hour off the re-fill time compared to the popular ( and expensive ) Anker Powercore Slim 10000 C-PD. Nice find! This is $27 on Amazon!
Model RP-PB077 18 watt 3.5 hrs to charge from flat. No PD charger required.

Slim, Lightweight, Li-Po, QC 3 charger. QC 3 in too which is very hard to find. Perfect for fast charging even the newest Qualcomm based phones* at up to 18 watts. Charges all other USB at standard speed. Excellent value if it does what it says.

Ignore the down votes from the technically challenged who don't know the difference between this QC and a common slow speed charger. Qualcomm, it's in your phone!

*Note9 fast charges as do all Galaxy up to and including S10 5G except for slow only on Galaxy S9 S9+ .
Repped for the list.

For anyone else looking for reviews on Amazon, here's the link - https://www.amazon.com/RAVPower-1...077CZ8412?
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Very good price. HOWEVER, be careful with RavPower charging devices. I've had a few and found that some (read: all) of them tend to heat up during charging, almost to the point of being able to burn your skin. I've discarded all of them and moved on to a different brand at this point.
I've owned about 5 RavPower charging devices. All have been perfect in every way. They even hold their charge for weeks while chilling in my car during the winter (10 - 30 Farenheit). No heating problems with any of them when charging. Just my honest 2 cents with my experience with their products. I'm sorry your experience has been different. Have fun all. I do recommend this company based on my personal experience. Btw, I was working in home health (my car was my office) and thus, I put them through the wringer. I placed a high demand on them for years (I had 4-5 at a time because I'm too lazy to remember to charge them every night). I do highly recommend.
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There is a newer version with type-c input. I have both. I prefer the type-c.
I do prefer the ones with both types. Type C is much faster. I look forward to when the old standard has been made obsolete. However, something will have replaced Typce C by then. 🤣😂 Just can't fight it, can ya?
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still charging on micro usb... why don't they just just usbc so we don't need a micro usb cable/adapter. better yet reuse the same port for input and output usbc.
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There is a newer version with type-c input. I have both. I prefer the type-c.
Moreso, that version can charge 2 devices simultaneously.
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