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Aukey Direct via Amazon has Aukey 20000mAh USB C Power Delivery 3.0 Portable Battery Pack w/ Foldable Stand, USB-A Quick Charge 3.0 Port & Qi Wireless Charging (PB-WL03) on sale for $36.33 when you follow the instructions below. Shipping is free.

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  5. Price will be $36.33 + free shipping after all discounts are applied.

Aukey Direct via Amazon also has Aukey 10000mAh USB C Power Delivery 3.0 Portable Battery Pack w/ USB-A Quick Charge 3.0 Port (PB-N83) on sale for $15.95 when you follow the instructions below. Shipping is free with Prime or on $25+ orders.

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  5. Price will be $15.95 + free shipping after all discounts are applied.

PB-WL03 Features:
  • Battery Capacity: 20000mAh
  • Built-in Qi Wireless Charging Surface, 1x USB Type C Power Delivery 3.0 port, 1x USB Type A Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 port, Built-in Foldable Stand
  • USB-C Input: Power Delivery 3.0 (5V 3A, 9V 2A)
  • USB-C Output: Power Delivery 3.0 (5V 3A, 9V 2A, 12V 1.5A)
  • USB A Output: Quick Charge 3.0 (5–6V 2.4A, 6–9V 2A, 9–12V 1.5A)
  • Qi Wireless Charging Output: 5W / 7.5W (compatible w/ iPhone 8 and up) / 10W
  • Max Power Output: 18W
PB-N83 Features:
  • Battery Capacity: 10000mAh
  • 1x USB Type C Power Delivery 3.0 port, 1x USB Type A Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 port
  • USB-C Input / Output: Power Delivery 3.0 (DC 5V 2.4A / 9V 2A / 12V 1.5A)
  • USB A Output: Quick Charge 3.0 (DC 5V 2.4A / 9V 2A / 12V 1.5A)
  • Max Power Output: 18W
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Are there any battery packs that you can charge wirelessly? So far I've only seen wireless charging as output
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How slippery is this? Was thinking of tossing it in my truck's cubby, use it as a wireless charger most of the time, but could grab it to charge various devices if needed on the go. I assume it can still wireless charge while its being recharged itself?
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Qi is pronounced "Chee". In Chinese culture, it figuratively translates to "energy flow". Though the real Chinese meaning regards spiritual energy, you can see how Qi is being applied to this industry.

The more you know! [youtube.com]
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Quote from Glizzy_Destroyer :
Are there any battery packs that you can charge wirelessly? So far I've only seen wireless charging as output
Please! I'm looking for same. Tired of cables.
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Quote from Glizzy_Destroyer :
Are there any battery packs that you can charge wirelessly? So far I've only seen wireless charging as output
Quote from SensibleLlama306 :
Please! I'm looking for same. Tired of cables.
So....you guys want solar powered chargers?
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Quote from Glizzy_Destroyer :
Are there any battery packs that you can charge wirelessly? So far I've only seen wireless charging as output
I've seen them in the past, I think it was on Amazon. I tried to find one recently but didn't have any luck. They're out there, just need to use the right search words I guess.
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Just a question is Aukey better than Anker in terms of battery quality and performance? Always get confused between these two companies since the names are pretty similar.
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In for one. Thanks!
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So....you guys want solar powered chargers?
Chi charging capable chargers.
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Quote from gobblygook :
5 below is half the capacity, uses micro usb instead of usb c, has no wireless charging, has no PD, and no QC capabilities, but otherwise, completely the same. Lol
5 below junk, not even at the same level.
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I wish the whole mAh measurement was banned and replaced by something more useful. Not my area of expertise, but perhaps WH (Watt Hours)? Some vendors come up with ridiculously high maH values for tiny batteries that wouldn't seem to be possible, but what you don't know is that they're using a lower voltage cell, which they either hide or don't disclose.

I actually have this wireless USB-C power pack. It works like it should. (Even charges at the same time it feeds power to another device.) I love it. I just wish we weren't all comparing these batteries by mAh because it's like comparing cameras by megapixels. It really isn't a great metric, and I want to think that there's a much better one that they all could be using.

Thanks for listening to my rant. Smilie
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can you use the wireless and wired charging at the same time?
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How slippery is this? Was thinking of tossing it in my truck's cubby, use it as a wireless charger most of the time, but could grab it to charge various devices if needed on the go. I assume it can still wireless charge while its being recharged itself?
I would say it is pretty sensitive/slippery for a car. The kickstand and holder for viewing will keep it vertically aligned but will slip around horizontally without modifications.

For the wireless charger I have trouble having my iPhone and air pod pros to stay still just on my couch. It has to be in the perfect spot for the wireless charging if you have a case over them.

But it has been a great charger in general in terms of performance and size. The battery indicator is very useful and the 18w PD makes recharging fast.
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I have the 10,000mah and I really like it. Just keep in mind that your phone will get hot, and hotter with a case like the Otter Box I use for my Samsung note 10+. I've been using mine at work and my phone charges fully through wireless in 6 hours with continues use of music streaming. Still nice to have a wireless charger in the office. Less wire clutter.
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