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Energizer 20,000mAh USB-C 45W PD Powerbank

Energizer 20,000mAh USB-C 45W PD Powerbank

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I would like to use this as a pass through product. I have a quick-charge 12V DC outlet in my car that could charge this Powerbank, and the Powerbank would (in turn) charge my Dell Tablet via USB-C. My Dell Tablet uses a 65 W charger, but would still slowly charge with 45 W, as I have confirmed. I'm not looking for a 100% solution, just something that would work in a pinch. Dell's DC charger is like $120 and I don't like using my DC to AC inverter since it's so noisy.
Any thoughts?
cr0n1c
crOn1c, Just being honest here. While that would probably work (slow charge) I would purchase a product that is intended to charge at 65W. There are power banks that deliver 65 Watts or at least very close to it. We offer one here on Massdrop that runs at 60W and has 26,800 mAh capacity. https://www.massdrop.com/buy/naztech-13400-26800mah-usb-c-pd-power-banks We will run this drop again soon and this would be a much better solution. You can hit the request button on the drop and it will notify you when it launches. Cheers.
Has anyone tried this with Xiaomi Air 13? Thanks
I'm really sad this can't be shipped internationally :(
The full specs are here: http://www.energizerpowerpacks.com/product_page.php?p_code=P0064&l=en
and the FAQ: http://www.energizerpowerpacks.com/faq.php?op=1
It looks like it supports pass-through charging, on the other hand you can’t use the USB-C and A outputs simultaneously.
This is really good for a USB-C PD battery pack from a name brand. Less than a year ago I paid $100 for Anker’s 26,800 mAh boat anchor, and $150 for Mophie’s PowerStation XXL.
does it have pass-through charging?
kageneko
I've the same question. If it can be plugged up while charging devices I can leave the portable USB hub at home. If not I'll just carry one of the other power banks I already own as this doesn't solve any problems for me if it can't pass through.
Is it a problem to take it on international air freight?
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hkbosco
I doubt it. You shouldn't put it in your checked baggage though.
xaelon
As I mentioned. I just carried 2 26800mAh powerbanks to China on United Airlines and back with no issues what so ever. You must carry them on the plane with you as they can not be checked.
Does anybody know if this can power an XPS 13 (9360)? I've been looking for a Power pack for my laptop and I'm having difficulty finding one that's powerful enough.
Thanks
Morgaux
I have a different 45W USB-C power bank and it charges my MBP 13 with Touch Bar as well as HP Spectre 13. Probably not as fast as the 61W power supply but I couldn't tell. Since Energizer is a respected brand, I'd be surprised if it didn't charge pretty much any laptop available today that accepts power via USB-C.
Rexian
Just got mine in and it looks like the energizer won't charge my 2017 13" MBP. I can charge it with a 45w portable lenovo USB C charger but not with the energizer.
I just found it online at Amazon (way more expensive there) and they list the dimensions as...
3.54 x 1.18 x 4.37 in
which seems much more reasonable.
Rick_R
Here are the correct dimensions of this product.
  • Dimensions: 4.25 x 3.5 x 1.25 in (10.8 x 8.9 x 3.2 cm)

We have updated the specs section and appreciate ya'll calling it out.
@Rick_R @Luc_the_Bold
They may be swapped, but the dimensions in inches appear to be too large given the visual comparison of the unit against the laptop or the cell phone. Perhaps those are the dimensions of the box the unit comes in.
I think the units for the dimensions (inches and centimeters) are swapped in the specs section