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ZENDURE A8PD 26,800mAh USB-C 30W PD Power Banks

ZENDURE A8PD 26,800mAh USB-C 30W PD Power Banks

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Will this go though TSA? I want to get the highest capacity but the smaller one says it's about to go though the TSA and I'm wondering if this will.... If it does I'll get this one.. (I've got a day)
Martronic
The TSA lists here that "Passengers may carry all consumer-sized lithium ion batteries (up to 100 watt hours per battery)." This device is listed at 99.2 Wh. Formula is (mAh)*(V)/1000 = (Wh), if you want to do the math yourself, but it checks out (99.16 Wh), so it is acceptable per the TSA's rules.
I thought this was a suitcase lol
Does it come with the cable in the photo?
jaytrl
Mine did
International shipping plz
Is there international shipping option?
BennyRo
No. Probably because, unless you are the manufacturer and are shipping mass quantities, it's a pain in the backside to ship a handful of lithium batteries overseas. The regulations, documentation, and special packing that it requires is a headache for 3rd-party sellers.
Already received mine, note to everyone they may arrive Via Amazon shipping box, from Zendure. In my case it sat 3 or 4 days on chair inside my house cause my wife gets 99+% Amazon boxes so I did not realize what it was at first :p I will update how well they do. I bought 3, and shipment was due to ship Nov 7th, so mine arrived at least on 10/30 or 10/31 so they were early.
Plasmaburndeath
How was it? Also, do you have to charge this via USB-C?
نسمين
These are awesome, holds charges forever. True charge percentages.
Well, I've had mine for little over a week and it no longer charges from a USB-C PD source. It initially did, but no more. It takes a very long time to charge now, but it can charge other devices through USB-C PD.
I sent an email to Zendure support so let's see how that goes, but that's a definite disappointment.
silverthornne
Mine had the same issue
silverthornne
Yeah, while it is working great to power my MacBook Pro, it’s real finicky about recharging from various Type-C adapters. I specifically got rid of the 15w and 39w bricks I had and got a new 45w one just for this power bank. But even then, it may charge for a while, then stop. If I switch it to my 85w Apple brick it charges fine. But it’s finicky with lower wattage adapters. I really like this device, but the recharging issues are quite annoying. 🤨
Mine arrived and we have had a chance to use it over the last two nights. Working fine - except - Is the bright LED suppose to stay lit the whole time the device is being used?
Kind of annoying when it is beside you on a nightstand while you’re trying to sleep. 🤔 All other Power banks I have turn off any display after a short period of time. Not this one it seems. 🤨
glennac
That light is the worst thing ever while the power bank itself is being charged!
BTW, the included cable already died on mine. I'm using an Anker cable with it.
Just got mine! Always sweet to get an early drop reward. Haven't used it yet, but this thing is beefy.
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I just returned a $120 knife I was not pleased with. Got a prepaid shipping label and off it went. Probably a week from the time I first submitted my issue via my Transactions page. About 10 days later got my refund. So I know the process works.
glennac
'trust the process' 👌🏼🤣
pleas ship this product to KSA
Can international shipping be added? Not necessarily free. Thanks
Have the A2 and A3 models- really great stuff, good quality, and fast charging.
No power adapter included for charging the power bank?
Eskaypee
You don't need one. It recharges using the included cable (see pics) via USB-C. And if you don’t have a Type-C outlet, the supplied cable will do USB-A to USB-C just fine. So if you have a High Speed, or QC 3.0 outlet, you can use that.
Does this work with Huawei fast charging?
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Hi all,
I've had a very similar discussion about charging over on another product. https://www.massdrop.com/buy/sony-mdr100-wireless-noise-canceling-headphones/talk/1778144
The jest of it is the end device (like your phone) will take as much amperage as it can safely do so.
Apparently this power bank can provide 30W through the USB-C port. One thing that has frustrated me a lot with power banks is that they will only have this sort of delivery to multiple devices, but never a single device. Always read the fine print guys.
I also have a Huawei phone, (P10 plus) which can charge with 22.5W using 5V @ 5A. The spec sheet and advertisements have all been very clear. This power bank can provide 30W through its USB-C port. With the (very reasonable and fair) assumption that they are following the USB standards correctly, this also means that you can charge a single device with up to 30W. They use the 12" MacBook as their example of this capability.
There is the possibility that to obtain the 30W they have to step up the voltage to greater than 5V, and that it cannot charge devices with 5V and a high current of 4.5A . This would however go against the assumption I mentioned above about following USB standards correctly.
Plastic according to some of the youtube reviews.
Metal housing or plastic housing? (Answer: Plastic)
Well, I'm in for one to replace an iMuto 30,000 mAh which doesn't support Power Delivery.