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Huge 20000mah capacity and flexible I/O options. Personal go to for weekend trips.
  • Supports USB C, MicroUSB and Lighting inputs
  • QC3.0 and USB PD output
  • About 6 hours for full charge
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this is a very useful item with the Apple iPhone Lightning input
Fast charges iPhone, Samsung Galaxy, Google Pixel, LG, and Motorola phones
Charges Switch while you play
LCD shows a more exact capacity level (0-100%)
Supports Pass through Charging
Recharge the power bank with USB-C, Micro-USB, or Lightning


INPUT:
USB C 18w (5V 2A, 9V 2A, 12V 1.5A)
Micro USB
Lightning FAST CHARGE 2.4 amp

OUTPUT:
USB C 18w (5V 2A, 9V 2A, 12V 1.5A)
USB A QC3.0 18w
USB A 2.4 amp


the last time it was on sale it did very well the deal editors sometimes butcher the OP
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I bought this when it was first released. I like that I never have to think about which cable I need to use. Battery % is also quite useful. This fully replaced my Anker Powercore 20,100. Though I prefer the curve and build quality of the Anker.
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Quote from thegreatfixer
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this is a very useful item with the Apple iPhone Lightning input
Fast charges iPhone, Samsung Galaxy, Google Pixel, LG, and Motorola phones
Charges Switch while you play
LCD shows a more exact capacity level (0-100%)
Supports Pass through Charging
Recharge the power bank with USB-C, Micro-USB, or Lightning


INPUT:
USB C 18w (5V 2A, 9V 2A, 12V 1.5A)
Micro USB
Lightning FAST CHARGE 2.4 amp

OUTPUT:
USB C 18w (5V 2A, 9V 2A, 12V 1.5A)
USB A QC3.0 18w
USB A 2.4 amp

One of the top replies to that original post pointed out the obvious issue with this price point:

"at $30, might as well pay a bit more to get the 20k mah 60w PD version. It's strong enough to even charge a laptop, albeit for a very short amount of time, but still can save you in case of an emergency."


https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07WW74MYF/ <- worth looking at.
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One of the top replies to that original post pointed out the obvious issue with this price point:

"at $30, might as well pay a bit more to get the 20k mah 60w PD version. It's strong enough to even charge a laptop, albeit for a very short amount of time, but still can save you in case of an emergency."


https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07WW74MYF/ <- worth looking at.
that is a great item on its own. and as good as it is it only has 1 input

my OP stressed its use for phones even added "not intended to run laptops but might charge them when off and some on"
BUT it excels at phones ALL PHONES especially our iPhones brothers & Sisters who can now not have to think about a cable to charge there power thingy Smilie if i was a boy scout i would get this its the one that can do it all (phones)
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$32.09 after tax. Not a bad deal at all for a well reviewed, high capacity charger. I only wish there were battery packs that supported OnePlus Warp charge speeds for these prices
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Looks like something OMARS would brand. I think it should be $25 for a buy price.
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Looks good, thank you Chinesestunna
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FYI there is the mophie XXL (20000mah) for $15 at another post. The post is for the XL and it is out of stock but the same code works for the XXL

https://slickdeals.net/f/14234006-mophie-powerstation-xl-fabric-15-000mah-portable-battery-with-two-...

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I only wish there were battery packs that supported OnePlus Warp charge speeds for these prices
It would have to output more at about 30 watts and Oppo would have to license the tech. 10 dollars more and you can get a nice PD 60 watt charger. This is not a bad battery if you only need 18 watts, but I would like to see it 5-10 dollars cheaperSmilie Expecting battery prices to go down. If you don't need a battery now I would hope for 45 watt PD PPS batteries to be the standard by next year.
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have this! bought it for the same price a few months ago.... love the lightning input. can charge / help keep alive my 2020 mbp 13in w/ lid closed.
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Not durable. Weak. Lousy specs. Not even a good price. Bought this last December. Sent it back right after testing.

For $35 each I have the super slim featherweight ELECJet Apollo Traveller with graphene battery that refills in 18 minutes, the RAV PB159 45 watt and the PB201 60 watt.

Makers reserve fake digital "power level" gauges for their sucker line. Worse than useless people will charge these for days trying to get the meter to read 100% until they burn up and catch on fire. Not found on any good bank. If it was real then it would read volts amps watts. Would not have this in my home or work if it were free.

"BLAZING fast recharge"
Their choice of words is no accident.

18 watt input 5.4 hours is fast? not hardly
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Hey all I just ordered a new Iphone 11 pro max -- coming from Iphone 7 plus. The 7+ could only support ~10W max charging (it only accepts about 1.8-2a even when power flowing from a 3A qualcom etc etc USB type A. If I want to get up to 18W, do i HAVE to use a PD to lightning, or is there a way to do it over my old USB A with QC 3.0 that support 20V/3A apparently, or can make 18W.

Any help id appreciate -- just trying to see if i have to update ALL my USBa lightning cords to get fast charge on my new device or if there is a way to get beyond 12W / 2.4a

Thanks!
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Double post sorry
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Hey all I just ordered a new Iphone 11 pro max -- coming from Iphone 7 plus. The 7+ could only support ~10W max charging (it only accepts about 1.8-2a even when power flowing from a 3A qualcom etc etc USB type A. If I want to get up to 18W, do i HAVE to use a PD to lightning, or is there a way to do it over my old USB A with QC 3.0 that support 20V/3A apparently, or can make 18W.

Any help id appreciate -- just trying to see if i have to update ALL my USBa lightning cords to get fast charge on my new device or if there is a way to get beyond 12W / 2.4a

Thanks!
11 Pro Max: Using 8.91V @2.52A on a 30W PD you can get 22.5 watts max under PD protocol. No way of doing that without a PD cable. Their 18 watt PD wall charger ends up being nearly as fast in overall time and should give longest battery life.

I would stick to banks that do not offer more than 9 volts if you can find one because that phone will select much higher voltage if it does not see 9V as with the Apple 29 watt charger which only supports 5V and 14.5V. Chargerlab shows it pulling 14.77 and running hot.

8.7 to 9.2 V output looks like a good upper range for PD charging for you best I can tell from the published tests. The phone will not handle QC protocol. It's possible to find QC over a C port but not C PD over an A port to my understanding but I could be wrong.
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