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    Powerbank biggest capacity, any real 30000 mha sold anywhere ? or just fake ?

    hello,
    I am looking for a Powerbank with big capacity, at least 30000 mha.
    Is there any real 30000 mha sold anywhere ? or just fake ?
    Maybe someone bought one on Lazada lately ?
    i checked and the most famous powerbanks seem to be:
    https://www.amazon.com/s?k=EasyAcc+26000
    https://www.amazon.com/s?k=RAVPower+26800
    https://www.amazon.com/s?k=Anker+26800
    the problem is that they cost 2000+ more in Thailand than in US, and I don't know if Amazon will send batteries oversea?
    thank you.

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    most chinese brands will write 50 000 mAh and 3kW PMPO on their power banks because there is no one to hold them to account

    you should be buying a genuine recognized brand which some chinese brands are , eg. Xiaomi - but you must be sure it is genuine - you don't want a lithium battery fire anywhere near you - youtube search to see why

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    Quote Originally Posted by baldrick View Post
    Xiaomi
    Has an outlet in a Mall near mi. *groan*


    Was surprised by what they have in there. Electric go-karts, drones, phones, all sorts of cool gadgets. All branded and designed to look really cool.

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    There's a limit to what size you can take on some flights.

    They always check at Swampy, so if you're planning to fly with it check it is not gonna be classed as dangerous goods.

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    If you want to lose it then a good way would be to check if it was ok in your luggage at an airport.

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    Thank you, it seems that xiaomi powerbanks are cheap and reliable, have you tried them ?

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    i bought xiaomi and they are 5hit !
    xiaomi does good mobiles but no god powerbanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by baldrick View Post
    most chinese brands will write 50 000 mAh and 3kW PMPO on their power banks because there is no one to hold them to account

    you should be buying a genuine recognized brand which some chinese brands are , eg. Xiaomi - but you must be sure it is genuine - you don't want a lithium battery fire anywhere near you - youtube search to see why

    not always true ! i bought iaomi from JD official xiaomi store, it's genuine, but still ,it's $hit.
    I can compare with other no brand powerbank bought years before and that still do good now.

    anybody knows a reliable brand ?

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    You may find this one may do the job. I get confused with all those letters. It is 100 MW. Try calling Elon Musk. He made this little power pack. I believe Iceman uses it to run his computer.

    Powerbank biggest capacity, any real 30000 mha sold anywhere ? or just fake ?-2989-jpg

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    Sorry, can't help you, our two powerbanks are useless; when needed for their designed purpose they're uncharged, and the only time I see either of them in use is connected to a power point while charging an ipad/phone that's being used.

    Just saying, doesn't bother me anymore, gave up on that one long ago, now working on the potential life saver of having them place any overnight or unattended charging device on a solid, non-inflammable surface. That's not working out too well, either.

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    Why 3Ah? I have a 1.2Ah and it is adequate for mine and wife's phone in emergency situations. Very rarely needed, mostly when wife has forgotten to charge her phone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh Cow View Post
    You may find this one may do the job. I get confused with all those letters. It is 100 MW. Try calling Elon Musk. He made this little power pack. I believe Iceman uses it to run his computer.

    Powerbank biggest capacity, any real 30000 mha sold anywhere ? or just fake ?-2989-jpg
    In fairness it works a treat, lots of capacity.Had to pay a small fortune in excess carry on baggage when I took it on holiday.

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