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Ummm...it's an external battery, so ya? Are you expecting something featherweight that will actually charge a phone?
https://www.powerbankguide.com/an...n-analysis

this is a very comprehensive comparison for Anker / Aukey / Ravpower power banks.

According to the review, Aukey 20000mAh is a not a bad choice in the category of 20000mAh with USB-C PD.

However, I found the price of the Ravpower 20100mAh PD power bank dropped to $27 today (with $3 discount in the product page) and prefer this one. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0816BGCJR

The Ravpower unit has similar capacity and I/O but it can provide max 45W output, compared to 18W from Aukey.


It is a huge improvement for me personally as I own a Macbook Air which charges at 30W (15V/2A) and a XPS 13 which charges at 45W (20v/2.25A) and I don't care much about QC protocol. It also allows 30W (15V⎓2A or 20V⎓1.5A) input which makes recharging much faster.

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Great deal! Thanks!
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Confused Google search shows I can charge my iPhone 8 with this. But Amazon says not. Help? TIA

Update: I have my answer, thank you !!!!!
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Confused Google search shows I can charge my iPhone 8 with this. But Amazon says not. Help? TIA
have one you can charge anything you want.
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Front page material imo
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Confused Google search shows I can charge my iPhone 8 with this. But Amazon says not. Help? TIA
You should be able to charge your iPhone 8.
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I hope this is a good deal because I went for it! Ha thanks
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have one you can charge anything you want.
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Reviews said this is pretty heavy?
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Reviews said this is pretty heavy?
Ummm...it's an external battery, so ya? Are you expecting something featherweight that will actually charge a phone?
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Got the 10k mAh version of this last sale for $16, great so far, nice form factor.
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Am I right in thinking this exceeds the 100Wh TSA limit (20Ah x 12V)?
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Am I right in thinking this exceeds the 100Wh TSA limit (20Ah x 12V)?
Images I seen indicated it was below 100wh.

Batteries used are some no name lithium 18650. Seems like I read 76wh​ or something like that. Im also guessing its not 20ah @ 12v, probably more like 3v or 5v.

Id check again if I wasn't running out the door. I googled aukey 20000mah battery pack 18650 or something like that and a reddit thread popped up.
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