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SeriousPlant768 asked this question on 05-19-2021 at 11:59 AM
05-19-2021 at 11:59 AM
Varies with airlines. Delta and American Airlines allow it. Print their battery page on their website for "permission". I just flew last week.
05-19-2021 at 11:59 AM
Technically no, limit is 100Wh which is usually around 26800 mAh. Depends if TSA is actually checking. If you're flying anywhere around Asia they will 100% confiscate it.
Gavica asked this question on 05-19-2021 at 11:30 AM
05-19-2021 at 11:31 AM
you can see at youtube there are a lot of video
kwertty asked this question on 05-19-2021 at 11:32 AM

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Technically no, limit is 100Wh which is usually around 26800 mAh. Depends if TSA is actually checking. If you're flying anywhere around Asia they will 100% confiscate it.
Ive had mine for about a year and been solid so far. I don't know if it actually has the stated capacity, but it did hold up for a long weekend camping charging everyone's devices and lanterns. I was impressed. Have not flown with it, so can't speak to that.
Bought this on a past promo. It is pretty bulky and heavy. Just know that battery packs are never really 100% efficient. I noticed I could only charge my iPad pro (~9300mAh) twice and there would hardly be any battery life left over on this pack. Their customer service said that in reality it only has about 20000mAh. So that makes a bit more sense. So know that approximately 1/3 of the capacity is not available.

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Will i be able to take this on domestic flights?
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Thanks OP, these are great for Texans
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Had this. Working but very bulky and heavy.
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Quote from SeriousPlant768 :
Will i be able to take this on domestic flights?
Technically no, limit is 100Wh which is usually around 26800 mAh. Depends if TSA is actually checking. If you're flying anywhere around Asia they will 100% confiscate it.
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Quote from SeriousPlant768 :
Will i be able to take this on domestic flights?
Varies with airlines. Delta and American Airlines allow it. Print their battery page on their website for "permission". I just flew last week.
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Ive had mine for about a year and been solid so far. I don't know if it actually has the stated capacity, but it did hold up for a long weekend camping charging everyone's devices and lanterns. I was impressed. Have not flown with it, so can't speak to that.
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Will i be able to take this on domestic flights?
I've taken it on about a dozen flights. Various airlines including SW, UAL and AA. No problems in both carryon and checked getting thru security. Domestic only.
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Bought this on a past promo. It is pretty bulky and heavy. Just know that battery packs are never really 100% efficient. I noticed I could only charge my iPad pro (~9300mAh) twice and there would hardly be any battery life left over on this pack. Their customer service said that in reality it only has about 20000mAh. So that makes a bit more sense. So know that approximately 1/3 of the capacity is not available.
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Quote from SeriousPlant768 :
Will i be able to take this on domestic flights?
TSA will probably never check but it's better to be safe than sorry. Get one that's 26800 MaH instead
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Technically no, limit is 100Wh which is usually around 26800 mAh. Depends if TSA is actually checking. If you're flying anywhere around Asia they will 100% confiscate it.
Delta and American Airlines are 2 batteries between 100 and 160.....get it right.

https://www.delta.com/us/en/bagga...el-powered
https://www.aa.com/i18n/travel-in...-items.jsp
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I got this a month back. It's comically large. I had an aukey with the same capacity but much thinner and lighter (no pd). I think the bad form factor is the reason behind the deal.
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I got this a month back. It's comically large. I had an aukey with the same capacity but much thinner and lighter (no pd). I think the bad form factor is the reason behind the deal.
battery cell technology is pretty similar from manufacturer to manufacturer(unless it's no-name absolute garbage).
So then ask yourself why is aukey so much lighter...? does it actually have less cells or is this one loaded with unnecessary weight?
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I have this paid $26 a few years back still working yes it's heavy works with ipad fast lighting charge port and samsung cells phones as well. Tested it with portable solar panel from topsolar (don't buy this brand of solar panels they don't even make them). Suppose to be able to charge your battery pack. Right now I use 18watt charge on this battery pack to charge it faster than the rated charge times is overnight its 30,000 mAh they do have 40,000 mAh now as well. Not as popular as this one. I also ANKER 20,000 mAH and LifePO4 for years from ANKER had 12v, 16v 19v setting and fast charging USB port. 27,000 mAh battery also. That was design to power laptops, tablets and cell phones.
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