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Prime Day: RAVPower USB C Portable Charger 26800mAh + 30W PD @ 54.99$ or 49.99$ White version with coupon

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[Amazon.ca] Prime Day: RAVPower USB C Portable Charger 26800mAh + 30W PD @ 54.99$ or 49.99$ White version with coupon

Lightning Deal on the RAVPower 26800mAh power bank with 30W of power delivery! Already 20% claimed in less than 2 minutes

As comparison, the Anker Powercore 26800+ PD 45W is 109$ or anker powercore+ 26800 PD 30W at $89

White version 5$ cheaper with coupon! Thanks to RFDler
Last edited by JP3ll3ti3r on Oct 14th, 2020 9:46 am, edited 6 times in total.
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I have this, pre-COVID I travelled extensively for work, very good power bank and never an issue carrying onboard an aircraft for 20+ flights.
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From notes


1.Not compatible with Macbook pro-13-2017/google pixel book
2.The battery pack will charge your laptop once after connected. However if it is recharged from the laptop, please long hold the power button for 5 seconds to reverse the charging
3.Incompatible with HTC 10 and HP Spectre and dell XPS 13 / Lalitude 5480 4. Will not charge MacBook pro, Samsung w700 or Lumia 950 at full speed 5. Press the power button before connecting your device to activate USB-C output
6.Nintendo switch will not charge when connected via HDMI
7.This power bank cannot charge Lenovo type-c laptops compatible devices HP elite x2 1012 g1 HP envy 17t acer h7 dell XPS 12 SAMSUNG galaxy Tabpro s Nintendo switch Macbook pro-15-2017 Macbook -12-2015 Macbook -12-2016 SAMSUNG s8+ HUAWEI mate 10 google pixel 2 XIAOMI mix 2s max power with max capacity at a total 26800mah, it can fully charge an iPhone x over 5. 5 Times, for iPhone 7 plus, iPhone 6 plus or galaxy s7 over six times, for iPhone 6 ten whole times or an iPad 2018 1. 8 Times- that’s enough power to last an entire trip
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I'm a little confused by the actual product page. If I'm charging my Samsung s20+ what charging speed should I expect? 7.5W?

Are there any power banks out there that will give me 15W \ 25W type charging like my fast charger that came with my phone?
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Thanks, cancelled my 60W PD (20K) bank which I bought for $55 yesterday.
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anon_s wrote: Thanks, cancelled my 60W PD (20K) bank which I bought for $55 yesterday.
Link to that if you don't mind please, Need 45w for my Chromebook
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Nothing about whether it supports fast charge on Pixel 4.

EDIT: Ordered so I'll find out. Took the white for another 5$ off. Thanks OP
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SwiZz wrote: I'm a little confused by the actual product page. If I'm charging my Samsung s20+ what charging speed should I expect? 7.5W?

Are there any power banks out there that will give me 15W \ 25W type charging like my fast charger that came with my phone?
I think it should charge it at 25W since it's power delivery compatible?
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JP3ll3ti3r wrote: Lightning Deal on the RAVPower 26800mAh power bank with 30W of power delivery! Already 20% claimed in less than 2 minutes

As comparison, the Anker Powercore 26800+ PD 45W is 109$

White version 5$ cheaper with coupon! Thanks to RFDler
better comparison is anker powercore+ 26800 PD 30W at $89
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cwb27 wrote: I have this, pre-COVID I travelled extensively for work, very good power bank and never an issue carrying onboard an aircraft for 20+ flights.
do u have an anker one with PD for charging speed comparison? i dont know a lot about PD, as in if its the same for all brands.
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rfdnewbie6910 wrote: do u have an anker one with PD for charging speed comparison? i dont know a lot about PD, as in if its the same for all brands.
USB Power Delivery is an actual standard, see here - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USB_hardware#PD
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Why this is better than the $35 20100mah one except a bit more on capacity?
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coolwarm wrote: Why this is better than the $35 20100mah one except a bit more on capacity?
That one doesn't seem to have power delivery, so it can't be used to charge laptops or high wattage devices.
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