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power bank question

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Aug 22, 2006
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I like my Ankers.
A few have come and gone over the last week or two on Amazon.
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Dec 12, 2009
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I picked up a romoss power bank from Canada Computers for $20 on sale. I think it is 10,000 mAh. I keep it around for use in extended power outages. It holds a charge really well. In application, the capacity is as advertised.
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May 11, 2008
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Like a few others have commented, Anker makes some quality power banks. I've had one for a couple years now and it still holds its charge well. I just used it recently on a long backpacking trip and it came in handy a number of times.

I just picked up another Anker one on sale during Black Friday for $37.99.
http://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B00X5RV ... ge_o00_s00
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Feb 8, 2010
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Brampton
aznrsx1979 wrote: Like a few others have commented, Anker makes some quality power banks. I've had one for a couple years now and it still holds its charge well. I just used it recently on a long backpacking trip and it came in handy a number of times.

I just picked up another Anker one on sale during Black Friday for $37.99.
http://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B00X5RV ... ge_o00_s00
yes i like that one i will keep an eye on it when it comes on sale
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Nov 10, 2002
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Yes,
As others have said, I recommend either Anker or Aukey of whatever capacity or your budget allows.

I am not sure about some other portable battery pack but this... battery pack itself can be Quick Charged which is awesome because we all know how long it takes to charge up these massive battery packs.
http://www.amazon.ca/Aukey-10400mAh-Por ... ick+charge

I am sure others do to but I highly recommend Quick Charge capable model if your device(s) can handle it.

I also do recommend Aukey 5 port USB charger to replace all your chargers if you travelling with multiple devices or members. Also... one of 5 port is Quick Charge capable too.

I personally have had to use Anker warranty and they were excellent with quick reply and service.
One of my 5 port USB 40W charger port failed and Anker simply shipped me a new one.
Oh and in initial email to support, they told me return package label will be include to return but I've never received it with replacement unit. Upon reply back to Anker, they simply told me old unit isn't required to be returned. Sweet~

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