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Duracell Rechargeable Powerbank 6700 mAh | 2 Day Portable Charger | Compatible With iPhone, iPad, Samsung, Android, Nintendo Switch & more | TSA Carry-On Compliant for $12.88

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NSTar asked this question on 12-06-2021 at 12:45 PM

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I really like the look of these.. wish it is 10000 mah
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I know it's cheap but I think it's micro USB and only 2.4 out. Looks awesome but hard pass for me.
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Why does it need to be tsa approved?

Airplanes have chargers.

Just check it into your luggage
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I love the lipstick size charger sticks is this a lot larger? I don't care if it's 2.4A or MicroUSB all the lipstick size are too
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Quote from funkmasterta :
Why does it need to be tsa approved?

Airplanes have chargers.

Just check it into your luggage
You can only carry max 25k capacity battery on planes. Anything larger and TSA could confiscate.
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Quote from funkmasterta :
Why does it need to be tsa approved?

Airplanes have chargers.

Just check it into your luggage
Because some airlines allow free carry ons, but charge for checked luggage and some people travel only with a carry on backpack.
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Can you make this an ebike power source?
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Quote from funkmasterta :
Why does it need to be tsa approved?

Airplanes have chargers.

Just check it into your luggage

Checking uninstalled Lithium batteries is prohibited and should be carried with the passenger in their carry-on baggage.
Source:
https://www.faa.gov/newsroom/lith...wsId=23054
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Quote from gopher100 :
You can only carry max 25k capacity battery on planes. Anything larger and TSA could confiscate.
Also I believe that you are not allowed to have batteries in your check in luggage. Only in your carry on and up to a maximum size
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Deal is dead on my end.
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TSA limits are approximately 27,000 mAh PER battery, not total.

More specifically, the limit is 100 watt hours per battery. Lithium ion batteries are typically 3.6V cells, so that works out to approximately 27,000 mAh.
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Yep dead for me too
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Quote from NSTar :
Can you make this an ebike power source?
Not to mention Tesla.
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It's available again
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