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3-Port Baseus 20000mAh 65W PD 3.0 Power Bank Expired

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Baseus US Flagship via Amazon has Baseus Power Bank, 65W 20000mAh Laptop Portable Charger for $59.99 - $12 w/ clipped coupon - $9 w/ promo code XFHCB7E5 = $38.99. Shipping is free.

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About this product:
  • 20,000 mAh battery bank w/ 60W USB-C to USB-C fast charging cable
  • 65W PD USB-C port and two 30W QC USB-A port for charging 3 simultaneous devices
    • Note: Simultaneous charging may affect charging speed.
  • 18W Micro Input
  • Numerical LED display charge indicator
  • Matte Aluminum alloy housing helps dissipate heat during the charging process
  • Overcharge protection to provide a safer experience
  • Fully recharge the power bank in 2 hours w/ 60W charger (charger not included)
  • Wide compatibility: PD3.0, QC4.0, AFC, SCP, FCP. Work perfectly with MacBook Pro, Chromebook, Dell XPS 13 and 15, iPhone 12/11/XR/XS/8, Galaxy S21/S21 Ultra, S10/S9+/S8+, LG G8/G7 and more
  • 18-month warranty from Baseus

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Baseus US Flagship Via Amazon [] has Baseus Power Bank, 65W 20000mAh Laptop Portable Charger for $79.99 - $20 Prime Discount - $12 w/ Clipped Coupon - $9 w/ Promo Code XFHCB7E5 = $38.99. Shipping is free.

Product Features:
  • PD 3.0 QC4+ AFC Fast Charging
  • 4 Ports: 65W PD USB-C + x2 30W QC USB-A ports
  • Can charge 3 devices at once
  • Suitable for laptop, iPad, iPhone, Samsung, Switch, and more
  • LED Charge indicator
  • 18 Month Baseus Warranty
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Be sure to test out the wattage and total power output if you buy one of these. I had this exact model and it was woefully under spec for both.
Just adding my experience. Purchased this and it was DOA. Customer service rezched out to me upon my Amazon return and provided a replacement despite me getting a refund already. Thought that was great. Turns out second device was also DOA 😂 can't make that up.

Customer service was really great and proactive but worth noting I did have significant issues with getting a working unit. Obvious YMMV. Commenting to indicate that they take customer service seriously
It's at this price fairly regularly, though it's a good price for it in my opinion. I've gotten two and they've worked well for me.

Something a lot of people don't realize is that different PD chargers have different voltage+amperage configurations they support, so they can't all charge the same things optimally. For example, I have a 100w Monoprice charger that jumps from 45W (15V*3A) to 100W (20V*5A) so it actually can't charge this 65W power bank at max speed and I have to use a different charger for it.

What I like about this power bank is that it actually tells you the voltage and amperage it's outputting/inputting at so you can easily tell (via multiplication) if you're charging it/the other device optimally.

Not only are Anker chargers more expensive per watt— you have to get the Anker 737 power bank to get that same feature, and that one runs at $150 (gets as low as $100 sometimes, is currently at $110). The 737 charges up to 140W and has 4000mAh more capacity, but unless you need 140W worth of charging power at once, this Baseus is a much, much better value.