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$30 (25% Off at Amazon): Anker PowerCore III Fusion 5K with 5000mAh Battery and 18W Dual Port USB-A USB-C Power Delivery PD Charger

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Amazon [amazon.com] has Anker PowerCore III Fusion 5K with 5000mAh Battery and 18W Dual Port USB-A USB-C Power Delivery PD Charger (White, Model A1624) on sale for $29.99. This is an all-time low price, compared to $33 in late May 2020
Exclusive to Amazon, this is a more compact but lower wattage model of the previous deal on the 30W model.

From Amazon:
  • The Ultimate 2-in-1 Charger: Combining a 5, 000mAh portable charger and powerful dual-port wall charger into a single compact device, PowerCore III Fusion 5K lets you stay powered anywhere.
  • High-Speed Charging: The 18W USB-C port provides high-speed charging for a huge range of mobile devices including phones, tablets, and more. Charge an iPhone 11 in less than 2 hours or an iPad Pro in less than 3. 5 hours.
  • Stay Powered On-The-Go: Get a full charge for most phones including Samsung S10, iPhone 11, and Google Pixel 4.
  • What You Get: PowerCore III Fusion 5K, welcome guide, our worry-free 18-month , and great customer service.
Amazon product review by Samuel O. on 2020 June 3 describes output of:
  • USB-A: 5V / 2.4A (Power IQ Version 1)
  • USB-C PD Power Delivery: 5V / 3A or 9V / 2A -- MacBook showed 15W charging when plugged in
  • Total output: 5V / 3A
Product Dimensions: 3.15 x 1.18 x 2.81 inches
Item Weight: 8.6 ounces

More info at Anker [anker.com].

https://www.amazon.com/Anker-Powe...B085CFD3Z9
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Be aware the total output is only 15w. That might be different if plugged into the wall socket. Seems misleading to advertise 18w PD charging.
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An equivalent 18W one from Aukey was less than $7 on SD deal yesterday...any reason to get this at 4x price?
please read; this one has a built in battery inside the charger.
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More of a gimmick. What's the use of battery inside charger?
Um, so you can carry one device instead of two for commute, travel, etc.?
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please read; this one has a built in battery inside the charger.
reading the reviews it seems like it won't charge the battery unless you physically disconnect the other device. strongly considered this because of the battery but... bought this aukey charger without the battery earlier and it seems like a better buy for my uses.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B074C2VZ2T
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Sometimes similar Anker product models are really confusing. This Amazon item is A1624 with a maximum 18W rating, but on Best Buy there is a dark gray A1622J21-1 with a 30W rating but without the Fusion name. Same 5000mAh capacity but $10 more.
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/anker-powercore-portable-charger-for-most-usb-type-c-enabled-devices-da... [bestbuy.com]
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Be aware the total output is only 15w. That might be different if plugged into the wall socket. Seems misleading to advertise 18w PD charging.
Yes, I agree. I tried to make that clear with the review that discovered this. I'm not sure why the 9V / 2A isn't outputting 18W. Maybe 18W works under Quick Charge, but not Power Delivery — even though Quick Charge isn't advertised?
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Saw this in a review:

"the internal battery doesn't charge when another device is plugged in, even when that device is fully charged and pulling less than 0.1A. I've tested this with a fully charged iPhone 6S and iPhone 11 on both Apple's USB-C to Lighting cable and a standard USB-A to Lightning cable. In both cases, the internal battery on the Fusion 5K will not charge until the given phone is physically disconnected, as even a fully charged phone pulls enough power to block the changeover to internal charging of the Fusion 5K's battery."

Would somebody here who has one be able toconfirm?

I lost my older Powercore Fusion (both usb a) and I'm looking at this for replacement. It's really convenient for travel and daily commute. It charges itself once my device is fully charged, as advertised. Was hoping the same case for this one. TIA!
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Seeing it as 49.99 through Amazon.
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Dead I believe
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The $30 deal is dead, but Amazon also jacked the price up to $50 from $40. That's too bad. FWIW, the 30W battery charger combo I posted a few days ago is still available at Best Buy for $40 (50% off).
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