mymemory have a 2 for £22 deal on Anker Powercore 10400mAh powerbanks with free UK delivery.
Two charging ports & quick charge.
Seem to be around same price for one on amazon.
You will likely need to use AP as I've had issues getting batteries shipped before.
EDIT: Seems they're available on the .ie site as well (2 for €27.50) with free delivery, assuming they'll ship batteries here.
PowerIQ is not quick charge.
Edited the OP to state "fast" charge as per Anker's own description.
"Fast-Charging Technology - Anker’s exclusive PowerIQ and VoltageBoost technologies combine to ensure the fastest possible charge up to 2.4 amps"
Cheers picked one up on irish page.
I'm easily confused by all this power, but would this be good/worthless for keeping a Nintendo Switch charged during a flight?
Cheers OP, absolutely smashing price for these! Have the older model 10,000 mAh and its lasted me about 3-4 years.
Ordered one for €14.99 incl shipping. Pretty decent deal, thanks OP
I was able to order on the UK site with no issue. No sign of a cancellation email either
It seems to be expired now.
But even so, at €17 for just one, it seems a great price compared to Amazon.
The VC5 code will still get you a few more pennies off...
That doesn't seem long? Are you one of these that uses it on the couch rather than plug in?
How many times could you charge a standard smartphone off one of these?
Would I be right to say if you had a phone capable of 2000mah, you could in theory charge it from empty 5 times?
No, the energy transfer isn't that efficient. I'd say you'd get 3-4 times.
The problem is its measured in a slightly misleading way.
USB is 5v, your phones charge at 5v, but the cell chemistry is 3.7v. So a 10400mAh pack is only 7696mAh maximum. Then transfer that and you're down at about 90% efficiency so you get 6900mAh. So your 10Ah pack is actually 7Ah in numbers that make sense to the end user, or about 3 full charges.
I couldnt get this deal, so i bought this instead.
20,000mah €18.99 The reviews seemed great.