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Features 20,100mAh capacity and charging via micro-USB port or USB Type-C port. Its LED indicator shows you how much battery power you have left in this device. Includes Limited 18-Month Warranty. -slickdewmaster

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Bhphotovideo.com - RAVPower PD Pioneer 20,100mAh 45W 2-Port Power Bank - $27.95 - Free Shipping

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45 Watt output is nice. Means you can charge charge an 18w phone and an accesory at full speed at same time, or a laptop, or a laptop(a bit slower) and a phone at the same time.

Problem is this power bank doesn't list it's INPUT watts. If it charges at 7.5 watts it's torture, if it charges up at 15 watts it's annoying, if charges up at 18 watts it's meh/good. If it charges up at 25 watts, 30 watts, 45 watts or 60 watts. That's the money. They are the ones that anyone who is actually 'slickdeals savy' would buy.

I have one that charges up at 60 watts, only 6000 capacity, and another that chargtes up at 45 watts with 20,000 capacity. both output high voltage as well. They cost $60 each. I rose to the occasion and shelled out at reg price and glad I did. So much more useful and so much cheaper than having 6+ meh power banks laying around which also adds up to more $$ than what I spent.

People, please start posting GOOD power banks, that have clearly documented input/output specs.

The $60 ones I got were by ElecJet. Seem quality to boot. I have seen some others out there that have 45 watt input. They cost the same or even more.

It's slick to by these at full price. Slicker if we could find them for $45.

The tails side is, for travel, the slick is getting an charger that is tiny with matching watt output to the power bank input. Say a tiny ass 65 watt GaN charger with 2 ouputs coupled with a power bank with a 45 watt input. You could stop for a coffee, and charge the 45 watt input power bank and a 18 watt input phone at the same time, and walk away 30 min later with a lot of charge. THe phone would be charging at full speed 18 watts and on the side the power bank is charging at 45 watts. By charging the phone at full speed at the same time (opposed to only charging the power bank on your visit) you skip having to then turn around and charge your phone from the power bank. Charging a power bank then turning around and charging the phone from the powre bank doubles your wait, but at least half of that time can be done on the run.

Don't let ravpower and ankler, and the rest keep us at 7, 15, 18 watt input, and just as cumbersome outputs.
Nice. Full 45W input charge over USB C.
Found a YouTube video on this unit, shows the inputs and outputs clearly. https://youtu.be/Me8_3fyGRXc

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BH has RAVPower PD Pioneer 20,100mAh 45W 2-Port Power Bank sold at $27.95

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr.../SID/XXXX/
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This is a good deal, has micro USB input as well as type c in and out. (Also type A output of course).

45 watt isn't the best out there, but it's still enough to charge my Lenovo c940 14-inch laptop while I'm using it as long as I'm not doing any heavy work. however considering the price I doubt you're going to find anything with higher output anytime in the near future. At least not a from a reputable brand, which ravpower is.

also just for the record this is allowed on airplanes, it is below the limit for carry-on battery size.
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What is the difference between this one and the RP-PB159 that was just on sale the other day on Amazon which is also 45w and PD?
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This is a good deal, has micro USB input as well as type c in and out. (Also type A output of course).

45 watt isn't the best out there, but it's still enough to charge my Lenovo c940 14-inch laptop while I'm using it as long as I'm not doing any heavy work. however considering the price I doubt you're going to find anything with higher output anytime in the near future. At least not a from a reputable brand, which ravpower is.

also just for the record this is allowed on airplanes, it is below the limit for carry-on battery size.
What is the recharge time?
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What is the recharge time?
depends on what kind of charger you are using, with a 45 watt power delivery charger (best case scenario) it should take around 6 to 8 hours. Don't quote me, someone who actually knows the math would be able to say for sure, that number is an educated guess.

If you are using something that has lower output, it could take an entire day to fully recharge.
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What is the difference between this one and the RP-PB159 that was just on sale the other day on Amazon which is also 45w and PD?
Great question. I was looking at these on Amazon yesterday. It looks like this is a slightly older version of more or less the same model. It looks like it has mostly the same specs but doesn't perform quite as well as the newer version you pointed out. I'm curious if anyone finds any different though that's all I could see
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Can't seem to find this model, RP-PB095, on RAVPOWER's site. Anyone else see it anywhere?

Although $12 more, I'm eyeing this 60W PD version here:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...ANF5&psc=1
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I was wondering why this Pioneer 20 product line only has 100mah
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45 Watt output is nice. Means you can charge charge an 18w phone and an accesory at full speed at same time, or a laptop, or a laptop(a bit slower) and a phone at the same time.

Problem is this power bank doesn't list it's INPUT watts. If it charges at 7.5 watts it's torture, if it charges up at 15 watts it's annoying, if charges up at 18 watts it's meh/good. If it charges up at 25 watts, 30 watts, 45 watts or 60 watts. That's the money. They are the ones that anyone who is actually 'slickdeals savy' would buy.

I have one that charges up at 60 watts, only 6000 capacity, and another that chargtes up at 45 watts with 20,000 capacity. both output high voltage as well. They cost $60 each. I rose to the occasion and shelled out at reg price and glad I did. So much more useful and so much cheaper than having 6+ meh power banks laying around which also adds up to more $$ than what I spent.

People, please start posting GOOD power banks, that have clearly documented input/output specs.

The $60 ones I got were by ElecJet. Seem quality to boot. I have seen some others out there that have 45 watt input. They cost the same or even more.

It's slick to by these at full price. Slicker if we could find them for $45.

The tails side is, for travel, the slick is getting an charger that is tiny with matching watt output to the power bank input. Say a tiny ass 65 watt GaN charger with 2 ouputs coupled with a power bank with a 45 watt input. You could stop for a coffee, and charge the 45 watt input power bank and a 18 watt input phone at the same time, and walk away 30 min later with a lot of charge. THe phone would be charging at full speed 18 watts and on the side the power bank is charging at 45 watts. By charging the phone at full speed at the same time (opposed to only charging the power bank on your visit) you skip having to then turn around and charge your phone from the power bank. Charging a power bank then turning around and charging the phone from the powre bank doubles your wait, but at least half of that time can be done on the run.

Don't let ravpower and ankler, and the rest keep us at 7, 15, 18 watt input, and just as cumbersome outputs.
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Found a YouTube video on this unit, shows the inputs and outputs clearly. https://youtu.be/Me8_3fyGRXc
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45 Watt output is nice. Means you can charge charge an 18w phone and an accesory at full speed at same time, or a laptop, or a laptop(a bit slower) and a phone at the same time.

Problem is this power bank doesn't list it's INPUT watts. If it charges at 7.5 watts it's torture, if it charges up at 15 watts it's annoying, if charges up at 18 watts it's meh/good. If it charges up at 25 watts, 30 watts, 45 watts or 60 watts. That's the money. They are the ones that anyone who is actually 'slickdeals savy' would buy.

I have one that charges up at 60 watts, only 6000 capacity, and another that chargtes up at 45 watts with 20,000 capacity. both output high voltage as well. They cost $60 each. I rose to the occasion and shelled out at reg price and glad I did. So much more useful and so much cheaper than having 6+ meh power banks laying around which also adds up to more $$ than what I spent.

People, please start posting GOOD power banks, that have clearly documented input/output specs.

The $60 ones I got were by ElecJet. Seem quality to boot. I have seen some others out there that have 45 watt input. They cost the same or even more.

It's slick to by these at full price. Slicker if we could find them for $45.

The tails side is, for travel, the slick is getting an charger that is tiny with matching watt output to the power bank input. Say a tiny ass 65 watt GaN charger with 2 ouputs coupled with a power bank with a 45 watt input. You could stop for a coffee, and charge the 45 watt input power bank and a 18 watt input phone at the same time, and walk away 30 min later with a lot of charge. THe phone would be charging at full speed 18 watts and on the side the power bank is charging at 45 watts. By charging the phone at full speed at the same time (opposed to only charging the power bank on your visit) you skip having to then turn around and charge your phone from the power bank. Charging a power bank then turning around and charging the phone from the powre bank doubles your wait, but at least half of that time can be done on the run.

Don't let ravpower and ankler, and the rest keep us at 7, 15, 18 watt input, and just as cumbersome outputs.
I can't seem to find the exact one on RAVPower's website, but there is one that looks pretty much the same with a different case that charges at 30W. Has the same name as this one too. https://www.ravpower.com/products...power-bank
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Found a YouTube video on this unit, shows the inputs and outputs clearly. https://youtu.be/Me8_3fyGRXc
Nice. Full 45W input charge over USB C.
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Found a YouTube video on this unit, shows the inputs and outputs clearly. https://youtu.be/Me8_3fyGRXc
Wow full 45W input! That'll charge the entire 20,000mAh pack in < 2 hrs!
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