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Using power banks to charge your phone

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30th July 2014, 08:28 PM |#61  
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can anyone recommend what's the best (in your opinion) powerbank for Note 3? thanks!
 
 
4th August 2014, 11:27 AM |#62  
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can anyone recommend what's the best (in your opinion) powerbank for Note 3? thanks!

Anker. Any model.

Also, reading this thread might help. As in, we discussed this issue on last six pages. You get all answers you need there.
21st August 2014, 09:26 AM |#63  
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I got the 10,000mah Anker but I'm getting the Anker battery. I find it's more convenient to just replace with a new battery
21st August 2014, 10:01 PM |#64  
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Lol, I use my itaste mvp vaporizer (ecig) as my power bank.

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22nd August 2014, 12:32 AM |#65  
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I got the 10,000mah Anker but I'm getting the Anker battery. I find it's more convenient to just replace with a new battery

Agreed, much easier to replace the battery than to carry a charging pack around.

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23rd August 2014, 08:06 PM |#66  
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I've got a new trent ~13000mAh battery. It's been rather useful, its only about the size of a very fat wallet. It has two charging ports, a 1amp and a 2.1 amp. The 2.1amp port doesnt actually charge as quickly as the wall charger, but it does well enough. I feel like I can get 3 0-100% charges out of the thing. Its pretty handy considering my wife and I can use it at the same time. It also works well for the iPad. If, however, you don't have too many other devices that would need charging, I would probably opt for an external charging dock + extra battery, makes for less bulk and less downtime.
25th August 2014, 07:04 PM |#67  
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I carry a spare GN3 internal battery and two external powerbank chargers. One is the EasyAcc 5000mah 2amp / 1amp outputs with built in micro usb cable and one USB port. I like the EasyAcc because of the built in cable. It is very slim, so I can carry it in my shirt or pants pocket easily.

EasyAcc makes some cheaper 5000mah pocketable batteries but with no cable.
27th August 2014, 06:21 AM |#68  
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It works pretty well on my phones...
18th June 2015, 11:08 AM |#69  
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Has anyone tried this combination?


4x 6000 mAh = 24000 mAh

doesn't sound bad for 16$

The cells are fake, for sure. Best 18650 cells by Panasonic (same as tesla is using) are about 3100mAh.
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[QUOTE=soumen.sam;52692733]Hi Guys,

No. If you choose a qualified power bank, there is no problem to charge you phone. One the other hand, many power bank has overcurrent protection. It means when the output is too large, the power bank will stop chargeing.
This is designed for your tablet. Some lower mah power bank like 2600 mah power bank can not charge tablet or note. Further more, most power bank has the function to protect you phone

do not buy the fake one. XIAOMI POWER BANK IS SO POPULAR NOW, BUT THE PRODCUTION CAPACTION IS LIMITED. There are a lot of fake ones in the market.Buy in some good website.
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