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[Amazon.ca] free RAVPower 13400mAh power bank ($22 value) when you buy the 26800mAh one - $36.99 + FS - DEAD!

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free RAVPower 13400mAh power bank ($22 value) when you buy the 26800mAh one - $36.99 + FS - DEAD!

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Price:
$36.99
Savings:
$21.99 off
Retailer:
Amazon.ca
Deal's dead, sorry peeps!

Add both power banks to your cart then use ZIPA3ZBB code at check out:

https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B012S6IHQC/
https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B01FLY07R0/

Came out $38.84 total with free shipping to Montreal for me. Didn't need them, but couldn't resist! :) This might only work with the black versions, not sure.

Enjoy!
Last edited by mouf on Apr 8th, 2017 6:48 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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I'd like to point out to the flashaholics and vaping enthusiasts that you get 12x 3350mAh 18650 cells (most likely Panasonic's) by buying this combo. That's $3 CAD per cell, an awesome deal. Just get your dremel and open those suckers! :)
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I found this review:
Absolute garbage, it is NOT a 26,800mah battery. I spoke with the lovely guys who sold me this device, they said that its actual capacity is 16,857mah... WHY ADVERTISE IT AS 26,800MAH..... (UPDATE: It appears the company is trying very hard to hide/delete my review, so I cant name specific companies that offer much more reliable batteries).. You are better off getting a 20,000mah battery from a well known company that starts with A and sounds like HOCKEY which I had before (and lost it which is the only reason im here), but THAT other battery I mentioned DID have a full 20,000mah capacity. This battery however is even worse than they falsely claim. They said that the real world capacity is 16,857mah... Yet it can barely charge my phone TWICE before it completely dying.
You think there might be some truth to this or not?
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zentro wrote: I found this review:



You think there might be some truth to this or not?
I'm sure there is some truth to that as most advertised mAh do not actually hold up when tested. I think the reviewer is exaggerating a bit tho when saying it can barely charge his phone twice. Even if it did only have 16,857 mAh, that alone can charge any phone at least 3 times
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I found some info that says it takes 12 hours to fully charge, so capacity is probably pretty high either way.
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zentro wrote: I found this review:



You think there might be some truth to this or not?

It's nominal 26800mAh @ ~3.6V for the cells. The discrepancy comes from two factors: the DC-DC converter has a typical efficiency of 80% and then you need to re-calculate the resulting capacity @ 5V. This applies to all power banks since they all use lithium batteries and DC-DC converters.
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Can the small one do quick charging?
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john.canad wrote: Can the small one do quick charging?
None of them have quick charge although there's a 2.4A port on both.
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mouf wrote: None of them have quick charge although there's a 2.4A port on both.
What's the difference?
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john.canad wrote: What's the difference?
Most power banks output 2A max at 5V, 2.4A@5V is little faster than that but nowhere as fast as quick charge which use higher voltages.
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zentro wrote: you think there might be some truth to this or not?
Considering the lengths Aukey goes to in marketing its products, including spamming this very forum, I really doubt it. RAVPower has been around awhile. If they pulled this kind of thing, people would notice.
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Does it have pass through technology, to charge the power bank and other devices at the same time?

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