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Juiced 24,000mAh Powerbank

Juiced 24,000mAh Powerbank

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Anyway I can get this to charge in Europe and can I get it in before I leave in less then two weeks.
Thought about it until I saw the lack of features compared to my Zerolemon 30,000mAh with USB-C and QC.
DosCorleone
Zerolemon 30,000 mAh, definitely impressive based on reviews. However...
1) While it says it's compatible with notebooks and MacBooks, it doesn't appear to be designed withPower Delivery (PD) (their 20100 mAh model does appear to support PD though). So only expect those to trickle charge an already charged up computer. If it's dead of low on power, you won't be able to use the device AND recharge it at the same time. I find it odd that the Amazon listing doesn't show the wattage of the Type-C port. If it's 15w or 30w it will not keep up with usage. But if it's 45w then it's a decent notebook battery backup.
2) The two reviews showing photos of the devices burned up, or burning, are of concern. Yes, plenty of power banks have caught fire. But it's telling that Amazon reviews of Anker, RavPower, Aukey, Jackery, Zendure, iMuto, etc...don't seem to feature reviews involving terrifying fires. Just something to keep in mind.
I have the iMuto, Aukey, and just got the Zendure PD models. Work great powering a MacBook Pro.
These things are absolutely beastly, and while they're a bit cumbersome to put in pockets they're an absolute godsend in terms of utility. Recently took 2 to a Music Festival and had enough charge for myself and friends for all 4 days. Highly recommend them if they come around again
Bought this 2 years ago, still working great. Just hate the weight of it.
Who is buying power banks without USB-C *or* QC?
Daed
The people who are benefiting from sales on tech that is being aged-out
Daed
Not everyone cares about having USB-C or QC. I don't and I have devices that have USB-C connections.
When will I get a deal like this with shipping to Estonia...
ManMcMan
Unfortunately it wont. All the restrictions on hazmat materials like big batteries are only getting tighter and more expensive. This product actually can not ship in a single shipment on an airplane as it is above 300 watt hours. It is completely restricted. Batteries that are not restricted the shipping price has pretty much tripped in price. So even the Powerbanks that we could ship would not be worth it as you could source something locally much, much cheaper. Sorry Dude.
B.Hutch@AKRacing
:c
Thanks for the thorough response at least. Always nice to get some info on these kinds of things, as I was completely unaware of the situation before.
Happy New Year
Woulda loved this if at least the input was type-C. I hate carrying Micro-USB cables around.
Interesting but I'll stick with my Anker brand.
Can i change it and change my phone same line plugged in the wall ?
Albert91
It doesn't charge devices when plugged in, no.
Which I cannot understand. ALL battery packs should do passthrough charging, it should not be a feature that we have to ferret out in the rare product.
Can this be connected to a solar panel? Thinking of sending this or similar to friends in Puerto Rico.
Wakamaru
If your solar panel has a usb a connector then yes
Does this have the output to charge a 13 inch Macbook pro through a USB C cable?
raynari
No you will need atleast 61 Watts this charger onlet outputs 10
What are the shipping rates (international)?
Bought this about a year and a half ago and till today it is a worthy purchase, but i got it from their own website as i wasn't in the mood to wait for it to come back on here.
The product is nice even though some parts of does feel cheap, dropped it quite a few times and there was barely any damage. the battery lasts long and holds about 23,000 mAh after some time from degradation. only downside is it takes long to recharge and if it is completely empty it WILL take a day to charge full.
Disappointed. Cheaply built - button, charging lights, and "led flashlight" are all really janky. The microusb port to charge the battery is sunken inside the case and almost no cables will fit. Edges are sharp.
rsd212
I will second this comment. The port to charge this is so sunken in that it has gotten to the point where I can hardly charge it anymore. I love how much this thing can hold but it is almost useless after a year of use due to the charging port.
Why can't this item be shipped to Australia?
just did some light searching around and found this deal that seems highly rated for just a little more then this price https://www.amazon.com/dp/B012NIQG5E?ref_=ams_ad_dp_ovrl
chemlord
Yes, I have this one and it's amazing.
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clowndoc
I have the 20100 and love it. I also highly recommend anker's powerline+ cables. I've had great luck with most of their products.
PigmonkeY
I too have 2 Anker power banks just used them both again, I've never had a problem with my Anker products.
Not a good deal by any measurement. Now, if it supported USB Power Delivery for high power charging of devices...
clowndoc
That one doesn't seem to support the Power Delivery feature that the person above is looking for.
Received the Powerbank today. An issue I had immediately was the IN DC charging port is either too sunken or too lose, barely holds on to the USB that it comes with, even less so with other wires. Seems to me that the frame of the port itself isn't fitted properly with the casing, as I can see sort of metal tabs that i think belong on the inside of the casing.
Anyone got any ideas to get around this? It would be a shame if there is no resolution to this because it would just make the thing mostly unusable.
would it be possible to use this to charge my HP specter x2? requires 45 watts, input USB C ,5 V 2A or 12V 3A or 15V 3A. Also does this ship to AUS
pepi
Most likely you cannot charge the laptop with this pack as it does not support USB Power Delivery standard.
Would love to see powerbank drops available for Canadian residents!
Will Massdrop ever get a USB-C battery pack?
Guh
aBird
In Toronto here and, apparently, MD WILL ship this drop to Canada.
No dog in this race, and I won't be buying one of these as I have enough batteries to last me through the apocalypse. However since I work with batteries I figured I should comment:
- The cheapest you'll get a halfway decent 2400mAh pack for (unsubsidized) is $30 or so: ~$24 for the batteries plus a few bucks for the enclosure/circuitry. I assume this uses 8x decent Samsung cells, around $3 each at large volumes.
- Even if the true capacity is 24,000 mAh (which I believe this is), it'll only recharge your devices to 19,000 mAh or so due to charging losses - about 10% upon stepping up to 5V and then 10% again when you step down from 5V. Every charger you can buy today has this same 'problem', of course, and there's no solution unless you want to start your own phone manufacturing company.
- Worse/cheaper batteries will not only have lower capacity, but their lifetime may be shorter. This pack will probably have a life around 400 cycles and a very cheap pack might have a lifetime of 100-200 cycles. Anything 'middle of the road' will be around 300 cycles.
- Samsung is one of the world's largest battery manufacturers and produces an absolutely ridiculous quantity of batteries per year. Statistically, they are one of the safest battery manufacturers by almost all metrics. Assuming they really do use Samsung cells in this pack, this would be one of the safer powerbanks you can buy. Additionally, the batteries in the 'exploding batteries' case were completely different and untested. I am almost certain that these Samsung 18650s are of a type that has been used for several years now with no problems - furthermore, unless you're Amish, you either have some Samsung cells in your home or interact with devices powered on Samsung cells in your daily life.
TL;DR it won't explode, the price is decent (assuming the cells are legit), cycles # is probably inflated but still decent, and you'll 'only' get ~19,000 mAh out of this because of physics.
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Well, it's definitely a powerbank. It will definitely charge your phone. Seems kinda overpriced - Amazon had it for about $30 - but maybe the design is cool to some people. I can't find any specs whatsoever on the actual battery, and their "tech specs" page is completely useless, so I can't really say much about it.
When you buy batteries, you're either in camp A (you've got money to spend and you want something with High Quality Cells that'll last you many cycles) or in camp B (you don't care). Maybe you're in camp C (safety is critical) in which case you'll want to buy something expensive with cells that are actually proven to be safe.
The reality, however, is that unless you go for the _absolute_ bottom of the barrel (and I mean absolute bottom, for example the sketchiest seller you can find on Alibaba) you're almost certain to get something that is kinda close to its rated capacity and is completely safe. Cell lifetime is generally a factor of the price you pay however, so if you care about getting 400 vs 200 cycles out of a pack you should check the cells (and completely ignore all specs about cell lifetime given by the manufacturer.)
On an unrelated note, worrying about phone battery safety is hilarious to me. The most catastrophic event in consumer li-ion batteries was of course the Note 7, but even though that was incredibly catastrophic only 70 events were reported, the majority of which were fake. (This was out of 2,500,000 Note 7s produced.) Worrying about li-ion batteries exploding is like worrying about bird attacks: yes, they do happen, but they will almost certainly not be a real problem for you.
By the way, if anyone is worried about fire, there are far more dangerous things to tackle first. Do you own a washing machine or dryer, or live near someone that does? Defects in washers/dryers cause sixteen thousand eight hundred home fires per year, and between 15-51 deaths depending how you tally it. If you still have an irrational fear, that's fine: just buy a $9 ammo box, put your battery in that, and you'll be perfectly safe.
Source on that last one: http://www.nfpa.org/public-education/by-topic/safety-in-the-home/dryers-and-washing-machines
owenversteeg
That's what I said to myself, there is no way this holds 24Ah of energy unless they figured out some new way of producing LiPo batteries with 4x more energy density than currently on the market with specs they provided. It would be nice if someone experienced could drain it and charge it back up properly and measure the capacity. 7-10Ah would be more reasonable and expected figure in my opinion.
For Canadians, its $45.54 with shipping but no tax included on Amazon.ca
Do the USB cords have the newest USB-C ends? My LG v20 has an rounded Rectangle Phone ends. Thanks, Joy
Does this ship to India . . I recently bought a couple of things through Massdrop, but now none of the product categories are showing the country and shipping charges below the MSRP like it used to before . . Or have you guys stopped shipping internationally altogether . .
I've previously purchased one of these, and while the capacity is great, it lacks fast charging capabilities. Also, the charger port is sunken in and you have to use the charger cable that it comes with, or you face the risk of a normal USB cord falling out. I think there are better options out there in the same price range
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Do Samsung Grade A batteries blow up? Or just the Grade B ones?
elorest
I'm worried about this as well... was all set to get on board for this one until I saw that they use Samsung batteries :P. Sorry, this is probably a great product, but it's a little too soon for me to take my chances here.
elorest
Samsung batteries don't blow up. If you are thinking about the recalled Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones even the ones that had batteries made by a different supplier blew up, so it wasn't a battery problem it was a design problem of the phone overall. Also, I get the joke lol.