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[Amazon.ca] Renogy EPOWER 27000mAh Portable Phone Charger

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[Amazon.ca] Renogy EPOWER 27000mAh Portable Phone Charger

2nd Post go easy on me.

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It’s not shipped and sold by Amazon so you are the mercy of a third party seller. Seems like a great price but lack of warranty and reviews seems to be underwhelming is a no go for me.
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jetertmac wrote: It’s not shipped and sold by Amazon so you are the mercy of a third party seller. Seems like a great price but lack of warranty and reviews seems to be underwhelming is a no go for me.
Looks like it’s sold directly from the manufacturer Renogy. Are you saying the manufacturer won’t honor the warranty?
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redblack wrote: Looks like it’s sold directly from the manufacturer Renogy. Are you saying the manufacturer won’t honor the warranty?
It’s the shipped from United States part that may give you issues in dealing with a warranty claim.
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Price in title please!
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jetertmac wrote: It’s the shipped from United States part that may give you issues in dealing with a warranty claim.
I see what you're getting at, but as long as the seller is official, it shouldn't be an issue
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May 29, 2018
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RockAndReligion wrote: Thanks OP, I just ordered one.
I ordered a different one 2 hours ago here:

https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B0829V ... UTF8&psc=1

Anyone know if I should cancel that order?
idk the difference between the two.... first time buying anything like that but the ac port intrigued me.
Ya cancel, this has larger capacity and it says it's compatible with up to 100 WAtts so I think it's better in that area as well since yours says 80
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Subsided wrote: Ya cancel, this has larger capacity and it says it's compatible with up to 100 WAtts so I think it's better in that area as well since yours says 80
Just did! Thanks for the help!
Plus this one is $45, free shipping, and Renogy themselves has decent amount of feedback (390) so it should be fine!
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Mar 30, 2007
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RockAndReligion wrote: Thanks OP, I just ordered one.
I ordered a different one 2 hours ago here:

https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B0829V ... UTF8&psc=1

Anyone know if I should cancel that order?
idk the difference between the two.... first time buying anything like that but the ac port intrigued me.
Went to the website. Checked the spec of that Powerbank. It doesnt support PD. You're gonna get 18W charging via USB-C if you dont mind. Or you can just use the 2 prongs plug.
For half of the price, I guess you'd probably expect that.
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Just a friendly reminder, the powerbank from OP is 135wh, which means you can’t bring it on a plane without special permission... just in case anyone plans in using it while travelling.
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jetertmac wrote: It’s the shipped from United States part that may give you issues in dealing with a warranty claim.
Yup, no easy returns and could be on the hook for tax ($40-150 is duty free but not tax exempt).
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Apr 11, 2007
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Ordered. No tax and paying with Amazon gift card from Ugo which is another 10% off.
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Jan 8, 2010
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Paigne wrote: Just a friendly reminder, the powerbank from OP is 135wh, which means you can’t bring it on a plane without special permission... just in case anyone plans in using it while travelling.
Only 99.9wh.
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Posts chinese brand power bank

First post is very questionable in it's placement and content

hmmm
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reviewer complained about how loud the AC mode is... which kills the deal for me.

I am not going to use something that sounds like my gaming laptop playing CyberPunk...
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Paigne wrote: Just a friendly reminder, the powerbank from OP is 135wh, which means you can’t bring it on a plane without special permission... just in case anyone plans in using it while travelling.
I calculated it and it comes out to 99.9. Just under the limit for what you can take on a plane.
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cipher wrote: I calculated it and it comes out to 99.9. Just under the limit for what you can take on a plane.
My mistake, I thought it was 5A for some reason.

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