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[Amazon.ca] 54.99 for RavPower 20000mAh Power Bank with 60 Watt PD and USB-C cable

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[Amazon.ca] 54.99 for RavPower 20000mAh Power Bank with 60 Watt PD and USB-C cable

RavPower 20000mAh Power Bank with 60 Watt PD is on 15$ discount on Amazon.

Included in the box: 1 x RAVPower PD Pioneer Power Bank (Model: RP-PB201) 1 x USB-C Charging Cable 1 x User Guide

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Supports 60 Watt USB PD
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Deal link: https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B083HZPKQN/ref ... oFbJHDKCPZ

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Features & details
  • Potent Power for Your Laptop: Substantial 60W PD output means it can charge your MacBook Pro perfectly, just as good as the original charger (60W 20000 portable charger is not compatible with 16" Macbook Pro)
  • Big Power, Small Case: A 20000mAh battery pack to power your iPhone 11 Pro Max from 0% to full 2. 6 times, iphone Xs 5 times, Galaxy S10 & NOTE 10 3. 4 times, iPad Pro 2018 1. 6 times, MacBook Pro 13" 2018 0.84 times (Data based on internal lab testing)
  • Dual Fast Charging: Equipped with one PD 60W port and one QC 18W port to ensure you can charge your laptop and phone at top speeds simultaneously
  • Mighty 30W PD Input: Achieve peak performance with a strapping 30W PD charging adapter – fully recharge the power bank in 3 hours(Charger Not Included)
  • Dependable Safety: Packed with advanced charging guards, this power bank is forged to protect against damage caused by overcurrent and overheating issues
  • Compatible phone models: iPhone 11/Pro/Max/ 8/ X/XS, Pixel 3/ 3XL/ 2XL, S10, iPad Pro 2018 and More
  • Item Weight:13. 2 oz(sports premium LG 21700 High-Density battery pack)
  • Connector type: usb type c
Thread Summary
High quality battery bank made with LG lithium cells. Supports USB PD.
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i bought this like 10 days ago at full price.. and i got a $30 amazon coupon inside for leaving a review! time to order another one and return the old one...
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Would this work for Dell XPS 13 9350?

Thanks.
Gaming PC: i9 9900ks, GTX 1070 8gb x2, 32GB RAM
Media PC: i5 9400f, GTX 1060 6gb, 24GB RAM
Phone: iPhone 8
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60W PD nice for a power bank! Need this for my Surface Pro7 but not mobile anymore in this covid, so will wait for BF/BD sales at this point

BTW, hope anyone buying this has already invested in a proper PD charger first. Like this RAVPower 90W on sale that full charges my iPhone 11 and SP7 together in less time than I spend sitting on the throne https://www.amazon.ca/Charger-RAVPower- ... B083ZBMJNT truly mind blowing what we can do with batteries these days
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JoJoCan wrote: Would this work for Dell XPS 13 9350?

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I think it does... here -

Potent Power for Your Laptop: Substantial 60W PD output means it can charge your MacBook Pro perfectly, just as good as the original charger

You may have to check & compare Macbook Pro battery size vs. Del XPS 13”
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I bought it, and tested their said 60w PD, the maximum capacity at 60w is just 3000 mAh, so you won't be able to charge your MacBook more than 30-40%, the rated capacity is for 5V, and 20V will reduce the capacity drastically
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@NirajP macbook pro is 6000mah...so when you charge at higher voltage...you’re saying this 20,0000mah only charges the MBP to less than 3000mah when at 20V? That doesn’t make sense, but I don’t know the math.

That being said, the battery will defiantly degrade faster charging at higher voltages. Most will upgrade/toss their device before it’s a real issue tho I think
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Can anyone suggest a good power bank to charge my e-scooter while away from the house?
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chrischris84 wrote: @NirajP macbook pro is 6000mah...so when you charge at higher voltage...you’re saying this 20,0000mah only charges the MBP to less than 3000mah when at 20V? That doesn’t make sense, but I don’t know the math.

That being said, the battery will defiantly degrade faster charging at higher voltages. Most will upgrade/toss their device before it’s a real issue tho I think
Check this - https://blog.banggood.com/the-secret-ma ... kid=723808

At 5V, the rated capacity will degrade to 20000*3.7/5 = 14,800 mAh and at 20V, the capacity will be 3700 mAh, I was not able to get even half charge on my HP spectre with this power bank and so I returned it.
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chrischris84 wrote: @NirajP macbook pro is 6000mah...so when you charge at higher voltage...you’re saying this 20,0000mah only charges the MBP to less than 3000mah when at 20V? That doesn’t make sense, but I don’t know the math.

That being said, the battery will defiantly degrade faster charging at higher voltages. Most will upgrade/toss their device before it’s a real issue tho I think
The problem is that the mAh measurement is depends on the the Voltage.
The right unit to use to compare batteries should be the Wh.
The battery cells in those powerbanks are 3.7V so 3.7V * 20000mAh = 74Wh
Then to know the equivalent for a 20V battery, 74Wh / 20V = 3700mAh.
But the is usually a 20% energy loss when converting, so 80% of 3700mAh is around 3000mAh, which is about right.
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JoJoCan wrote: Would this work for Dell XPS 13 9350?

Thanks.
I have a 45W charger that can slowly charge my 130W XPS 15, so I assume 60W will do the trick well on the 13
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shampygarg wrote: I am looking for one, wondering how this solar one 26800mah (Fully recharges itself in 8~9 hours with 2.1A input charge) comparable to Rav Power 20000mah? beside brand, is 26800mah.. Doesn't sound like the solar one is QC?

https://www.amazon.ca/Charger-26800mah- ... ics&sr=1-5
This one is not PD, it will not recharge your laptop.
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Thanks OP! Was waiting for this or the Anker 20000 PD one to go back on sale and this one looks like it has better specs and is currently $5 cheaper than the Anker one and $1 cheaper than the last time it was on sale back in May (where I missed out).

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