This is a nice “brick” of a battery at 26,800mAh. A lot of power, but seeing as it’s all micro-USB and USB-A, I suspect it’s older stock a few years old at least. So, the question is will it really just become a “brick” of e-Waste within months of getting it (if not mostly toast already)?
@pmarin This one is no longer sold by Anker, but I’m still using the non-plus version of this (which is surprisingly still sold by Anker for $63) so I picked one up just as a backup. My original has been going strong since 2018.
LED indicator lights provide at-a-glance battery information
Rechargeable battery of 26,800mAh that has a cell capacity to multiply your smartphone’s battery life
Dual input ports with a max input of 4A ensures a full charge only takes around 6 hours
Compatible with most USB-charged devices: Apple iPhone 6, 8, X, XS, XS Max, XR (Lightning cable required), Android smartphones and tablets (including the Nexus 7), USB-C MacBooks and iPad (USB A to C cable required)
Dimensions: 7" L x 3.1" W x 0.9" H
Device Interface: Micro-USB
Rechargeable battery: 26,800mAh (the total of the nominal rated capacity of internal battery cells)
Voltage: 5 Volts
1x Anker PowerCore+ 26800 Power Bank with Quick Charge 3.0
@pmarin Very good point. Does “… with Quick Charge 3.0” imply yes? I looked on Amazon and the PowerCore is “currently unavailable”, and also inconsistent. Amazon says no AC adapter, BUT the comments say it has an adapter. Go figure :
No adapter in the box and mine refuses to charge past 20% (tried 3 different AC adapters and a laptop USB) using 2 different cables (one is known-good and works with other devices). I hope other people had better luck.