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148 Reddit comments about Anker PowerCore+ 26800 PD with 30W Power Delivery Charger, Portable Charger Bundle for MacBook Air / iPad Pro 2018, iPhone 11 / 11 Pro / 11 Pro Max / XS / X, S10, and USB C Laptops with Power Delivery:

u/ickytortoise · 63 pointsr/NintendoSwitchDeals

Worked for me just now. Had to actually purchase the games and then the chat rep processed a refund for me.

Got Links Awakening + Mario Kart 8 for $59.99, AND got a $10 gift card too for some reason. Not too shabby.

Edit: $10 gift card was because I chose local pickup instead of shipping.

Edit 2: I decided to get a little cheeky and buy some peripherals that are on sale, too.

This 26,800mAh powerbrick:

And this portable 15" monitor:

The powerbrick can power the monitor and pass through to charge the switch. Sweet.

u/forthelol · 26 pointsr/GooglePixel

Anker PowerCore+ here is the 26800mah. As always, use the cable that comes with your phone.

Edit: Fixed the link for the 26800, accidentally linked the non-USB C one

u/suey22 · 22 pointsr/GooglePixel

Anker Powercore+ 26800 PD (newest model)

Best power brick I've ever had. Charges everything I own at full speed. Main reason I got this one was to charge my Switch.

Pros: It comes with a sweet Type-C wall charger.

Cons: It's pretty big.

u/mlvisby · 21 pointsr/gadgets

The exact one I got is currently unavailable. There are similar models on amazon, but they do not seem to have the PD function which is what lets the Switch charge faster.

u/Ikeelu · 20 pointsr/gadgets

> All of the power bank posted at this time are not PD compliant

RavPower 26800 PD

Anker 26800 PD

u/mniejiki · 15 pointsr/shittykickstarters

That Anker doesn't have USB-C. This one does but is $129 and outputs only 30W:

Most likely it's only $300 so that the Kickstarter price ($150) looks like a steal and once it's in retail the price will be below the kickstarter price.

u/Nareeng · 11 pointsr/onebag

I have this and I'm very happy with it. It frequently goes on sale for around half the price. Only drawback is that it's quite heavy.

u/kamui_18 · 10 pointsr/Philippines

It was our 2nd time going to Japan last April (yay sakura season!) and all in all, mga 100-150k ang nagastos siguro naming 2 ni wifey for 7 days. Original budget was 100k pero pasalubong and stuff. We spent more during our first trip because we spent soooo much on stuff from Universal Studios (theme parks can be really expensive) plus Cebu Pacific changed the date of our flight so we had to spend more because we had to be re-routed to Tokyo and take another plane to go to Osaka.

Now to answer your question and some tips:


  • You need to identify your budget first i.e. how much can you and are you willing to spend. Your itinerary will revolve around this
  • Don't approach your travel to Japan the other way around where you plan where to go and what to do because it will only frustrate you if you find out that you can't do all of the things that you wanted
  • By knowing how much you can spend, you can then prioritize the activities that needs to be included in your trip


  • Search from cheap flights here and then buy the ticket from the airline it recommends
  • If you're entering from Osaka, get a tourist Through Pass pass, 5k Yen/person siya and it will save you a lot of money if you're moving around a lot. Note - it does not allow you to take JR trains. I don't think Tokyo has something similar so you'll have to get a regular IC card or pay in cash for public transportation.
  • IC Cards - they're prepaid cards that you can use to pay for train rides, bus rides and even 7-11's. Highly recommended for the added convenience.
  • Google Maps is your best friend. It will tell you how to get to where you want to go, which train station do you need to transfer as well as their scheduled departure times. You will need internet connectivity for it though
  • You can ask some of the train station staff how to get to a certain terminal. Some of them have maps and can show you where to go.
  • We saved a bit by taking an overnight bus from Osaka to Tokyo instead of taking a plane and spending some cash for a hotel room I think. You can argue about the time saved though since parang 9pm-7am ang biyahe namin. It will be up to you on how to fill in the gap for the time you check out from the hotel till the bus' departure time. We booked our tickets via, tickets were 5k yen/passenger
  • Bullet Train/Shinkansen - Expensive but it is nice to experience it at least once. Osaka to Tokyo cost us around 15k Yen/person if memory serves me right, trip duration was about 3 hours. There is a Osaka-Kyoto route if you just want to try it out which should be much cheaper.

    Food and Lodging

  • It is a tossup between AirBnB and getting a hotel depending on your needs/wants. You can get really cheap and accessible places either way but one of the benefits of getting AirBnB is some of them would toss in a free pocket wifi that you can use while in Japan.
  • Lodging is cheaper in Osaka vs. Kyoto. I'd get a place in Osaka first and then take a train for about 45 minutes to get to Kyoto. If you were to get the Through Pass then the cost shouldn't be an issue.
  • Food from convenience stores like 7-11 and Family Mart are actually quite good, a meal for 1 person is about 300-500 yen
  • DO NOT TIP. Tipping is considered rude and you're basically telling them that they're not being paid enough by the establishment they're working for.


  • Rent a pocket wifi unit from the airport. 3G is plenty fast but check if the provider has data caps or throttling once you hit a certain threshold. It would suck if you have internet problems and your only way to figure out how to move around the area is via Google Maps. You will need a credit card for this though.
  • Get a decently sized battery pack. I have an Anker PowerCore+ 26,000 mAh power brick (it feels and weighs like one too) and I'd end the day with 50% charge after connecting the pocket wifi and 2 cell phones to it throughout the day

    Cash and Payments

  • Just like the Philippines, Japan is a cash heavy society. There is a good chunk of establishments that don't have credit card terminals.
  • I did the math and exchange rates via ATMs are more favorable compared to going to a bank or other brick and mortar establishment to change my peso to yen. My account is with BDO so your mileage may vary but I'd call my local bank for their rates and find out any supplemental fees for withdrawing overseas and then compare it against the exchange rate in the airport.
  • We didn't see a lot of banks around but most of the ATMs that we found were in 7-11s

    Our Itinerary

    Day 1 - Osaka - Osaka Castle & Dotonbori for dinner

    Day 2 - Osaka/Kyoto - Nara Deer Park, Owl Cafe & Haradane Garden

    Day 3 - Osaka - Dotonbori and then overnight bus to Tokyo

    Day 4 - Tokyo - Diver City Tokyo because Gundaaaaaaaaaaaaaaam

    Day 5 - Tokyo - Mt. Fuji Tour (about 10k Yen/person) - inclusive of boxed lunch

    Day 6 - Tokyo - Tokyo Disneyland

    Day 7 - Tokyo - Return to Manila

    Let us know how long and where you plan to go first and I could offer some additional suggestions
u/robeschi · 10 pointsr/ipad

I mostly use the Apple Pencil with Notability or LiquidText. I use Goodnotes a little. Some of my professors use Google Drive, so I need to use those apps from time to time. I also like Outlook for email, iBooks and Kindle Reader for different texts. Duet Display turns my iPad into a secondary screen for my MacBook Pro. I use Scanner Pro to turn all my syllabi and other handouts into PDFs. iStudiez Pro helps keep my schedule in order, and Quizlet helps me study. I use Affinity Photo for processing my Nikon RAW files ( I let my Adobe CC subscription lapse, I just don't find myself using my dSLR that much lately.) I also use a MIDI keyboard with Garage Band and Pro Metronome for piano practice when I don't have access to a real piano/piano lab/practice room.

I keep games and other entertainment apps off the iPad since I'm trying to study and don't want to make it any easier for me to goof off.

Case, Screen Protector, Apple Pencil sleeve, tether to keep my adapter on my cable, stand, keyboard, and holder for using my iPad as a second screen for my MacBook Pro. I also use Anker cables, charger port, and portable charger.

u/Cerulean_Shaman · 8 pointsr/Games

The sexy ones.

In this case, it can recharge your Switch several times and because it uses PD, which the Switch supports, it can charge it very fast while off or pretty fast even while in use which most power banks can't do.

On top of that you get a PD (power delivery) adapter to charge the bank with itself, make it charge faster too, and you can use it on any else that supports it (most newer high end phones).

Then there's the small features, like the little dot circle on the bank that tells you exactly how much power is left while it's being charge or charging something.

It's a pretty popular pick for the Nintendo Switch and the kind you'd spend $100 on (which is what it hits on sales).

You could go cheaper, but hey, you could also spend $300 for another Switch with two hours more of battery life, lol.

u/notrichardparker · 7 pointsr/GooglePixel

This one is awesome. Expensive, but I use it all the time. I had an amazon gift card so I just pulled the trigger on it.

u/jedimindtricksonyou · 7 pointsr/AndroidQuestions

It's gonna be expensive to get a good power bank that delivers a 40w charge, I don't think Anker makes any over 30w. Just search "Anker Power Delivery". The standard Anker Power IQ is 12w, for comparison. Are you trying to charge a laptop or can your huawei charge that fast?

Anker PowerCore+ 26800 PD with 30W Power Delivery Charger, Portable Charger Bundle for MacBook Air / iPad Pro 2018, iPhone XS Max / X / 8, Nexus 5X / 6P, and USB Type-C Laptops with Power Delivery

USB C Portable Charger RAVPower 20100mAh PD 3.0 45W Power Delivery Power Bank (USB-C Input, 45W Type-C Output) External Battery Pack for MacBook, Nintendo Switch, Galaxy S9 and More, Black

u/wapwopwipwup · 7 pointsr/GalaxyNote8

All the cables I previously mentioned as well as the following chargers (except the Anker 26800 battery) are USB-IF certified.
This charger from Monoprice has 5 ports - 1 Type C, 3 Type A. The 3 Type A ports have a total maximum output of 5V 2.4A, or 12W. Each individual Type A port is also capable of that 12W, given you have nothing plugged into the rest of them. The Type C port is capable of 5, 9, 12, 15, 20V charging, all at 3A.

This charger from Monoprice has 2 ports - 1 Type C, 1 Type A. The Type A has an output of 5V 2.4A, or 12W. The Type C is capable of 5V and 9V at 3A, or 15V charging at 2.6A. I do not think it is capable of 12V charging, 12V is just not listed on the MP website nor on the charger itself.

This (last) charger from Monoprice is a car charger and has 2 ports - 1 Type C, 1 Type A. The Type A has an output of 5V 1A, or 5W. The Type C is capable of 5V and 9V charging at 3A, or 12V charging at 2.25A.

This battery from Anker has 1 Type C and 1 Type A. The Type C acts as both an input and output for the battery. The Type C, as an input, is capable of 5V 3A (15W), 9V 3A (27W), 15V 2A (30W), and 20V 1.5A (30W). As an output, it is capable of 5V 3A (15W), 9V 2.67A (24W), and 15V 1.6A (24W). The Type A is 5V 2A, or 10W. It comes with a 30W wall charger as well as a C-C (Type C to Type C) cable as well as a Type A to Micro B cable. The output capabilities of the charger are not listed, so I will assume they are the same as the input of the battery's Type C port. The C-C cable is definitely only 3A capable, as the battery cannot output anything higher than that, and most likely only USB 2.0 capable.

This battery from Anker is a bit special. It is not expressly USB-IF certified but may fall under the clause that if two products (from the same manufacturer) are near identical then only one needs to be certified. I do not think it does, as it features an extra Type A port and has over 30% more capacity than the other one, but I'm going to list it here anyway. This one has 1 Type C, again as an input and output, and 2 Type A ports. The Type A's are each 5V 3A (15W). The Type C port is 5V 3A, 9V 3A, 15V 2A, and 20V 1.25A capable as an output. As an input it's the same across the board, except it can charge at 1.5A at 20V. Comes with the same cables and charger as the other Anker battery.

This Nekteck charger has a captive 6ft Type C cable, and is capable of 5V 3A, 9V 3A, 15V/3A, 20V/2.25A charging.

This Nekteck charger has just 1 Type C port, and is capable of 5V 3A, 9V 3A, 12V 3A, 15V 3A, 20V 3.25A charging. To get that 20V 3.25A charging you MUST use a 5A capable cable, a 3A capable cable will clip it to 20V 3A. This charger comes with a 6ft C-C cable that is capable of 5A charging, but is probably USB 2.0.

This Nekteck car charger is the same as the Monoprice one I listed above, except this only outputs 5V 3A and 9V 3A, no 12V charging on this one. The Type A port is the same as the MP.

u/fntigre · 7 pointsr/NintendoSwitch
u/zlwk · 6 pointsr/NintendoSwitch
u/squeakyferret · 5 pointsr/Breath_of_the_Wild

You'll do fine in handheld mode. The only thing that gets slightly awkward is a few of the gyro/motion control puzzles in some of the shrines. For some of those, you have to tilt and twist the Switch so much that the screen ends up at a hard angle to even see it. But in a pinch, you could always take the joy-cons out and put them in the separate controller grip, flip out the kickstand on the switch, and play just that shrine with that configuration. I guarantee you'd want to go back to having the joy-cons attached, though, after finishing that shrine. Most of the gameplay I think is much better that way. Also, if you want to do marathon sessions (longer than 3 hours at once), something like this can be a great investment:

A little pricey, but any external battery pack for the Switch needs to be fairly beefy if it's going to actually recharge the Switch while you're still playing it.

u/FFevo · 5 pointsr/GooglePixel

This one from Anker is amazing. It's probably a little larger than you need, but it has USB Type-C PD so it will charge your Pixel just as fast as the stock charger.

I recently just took a couple trips and this charger was a lifesaver. One trip has a mishap with the hotel that ended with 4 dudes in one outlets were scarce. This battery kept my Pixel XL and Zenwatch 3 charged all weekend and ended with 60 or 70% remaining.

u/dennerdygay · 5 pointsr/GooglePixel

This one is amazing. I charge it once a week.

Anker PowerCore+ 26800 PD with 30W...

u/pcman2000 · 5 pointsr/Surface

Yeah I'm aware it won't charge at full speed. However I would be happy to carry a 60w charger around with me along with a power bank capable of USB-PD 27w output when I travel in order to charge my Phone, Tablet & Switch at full speed and Surface at ~1/2 speed on the go and all of them at full speed when plugged in.

u/julianpoy · 5 pointsr/thinkpad

Absolutely worth any hit to battery life, albeit small.

The maximum I can get is 11 hours running 1 chrome tab at medium brightness. When pushing the computer, I average around 9 hours while developing.

I've also picked up one of these:

Which really gives me flexibility while on the go. Alternatively, Anker sells a competing unit (although it provides only 30w charging):


u/FLOCKA · 4 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

You need a powerbank with Power Delivery. Using a USB-C to USB-C cable, a compatible power bank can provide roughly the same amount as the wall charger (!)

Unfortunately, there are only a couple power banks currently on the market that are capable of this and they are pricier than your run of the mill powerbanks. I have this Ravpower bank but Anker also makes one of their own

They're expensive, but they can actually charge your switch while you're playing games. Not to mention that the capacity is much greater, so you could easily get 10-12 hours of play between the switch's own battery and using the battery bank.

u/Wrongallalong · 4 pointsr/NintendoSwitch
u/bubbafry · 4 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

The Switch is not compatible with "Quick Charge" or equivalents. It needs a USB-C port with "Power Delivery" (PD) for fastest charging. I think the Anker PD battery pack does 30W (Watts is Amps x Volts).

That being said, you can use your battery pack fine to charge, it just might not charge while you're playing and it won't charge at maximum speed.

u/imyxle · 4 pointsr/NintendoSwitchDeals

What is with the ref= parameter? It 404'd for me because of the / characters. I ended up removing it to get the link to work.

u/kill92 · 4 pointsr/iPadPro

Best in the business

Anker PowerCore+ 26800 PD with 30W Power Delivery Charger, Portable Charger Bundle for MacBook Air / iPad Pro 2018, iPhone XS Max / X / 8, Nexus 5X / 6P, and USB Type-C Laptops with Power Delivery

u/queuebitt · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitchDeals

CamelCamelCamel is a great tool for checking Amazon price history. The 26800 PD's current price is only a few dollars more than its historic low. Keep in mind it is including both a cable and a 30W wall charger. Similar wall chargers are $20-30 on their own.

u/skelzer1 · 3 pointsr/Surface

I'd avoid that Xiaomi battery as it doesn't list USB-PD anywhere on the official spec sheet. Sure, it might charge your Surface but you definitely want a battery that operates within the official PD spec to protect from burnouts and ensure maximum charge rate (PD handshake). When you search for Xiaomi on the page, it looks like they've only certified one of their products, a wall charger. I'm aware the database often misses recently certified devices... but it looks like Xiaomi is operating loosely and avoiding the certification costs for their products. Considering the premium cost of Surface devices, there's no chance I'd risk using anything that lacks the USB-PD language in their official spec-sheet, with a breakout of the supported PD outputs/handshakes.


Yes I see that the battery has PD listed on a few of the Amazon country sites.... but it looks way too shifty for my comfort. Fyi for PD to function correctly, the spec sheet needs to lists more than the total output. It needs to list which fixed voltage outputs actually support the USB-PD handshake. Although a battery might list a total output of 45w, it might only be able to pass the PD handshake at 7.5w, which would be far insufficient for any Surface device.


Here's two pages that explain this a bit further:


Personally, I'd stick with Anker's batteries. They are well tested, well reviewed, well supported, and very transparent with their product specs (with even more info in their forums). This is the one I'm using with my Surface Go:


This battery is a perfect balance of size, weight, charging capacity, charging speed, and reliability. I also have the BatPower 98Wh ProE 2 ES7B 26800mAh Power Bank... which I thought I'd use use often with my SB2... but nope, this Anker is the only one I use when traveling. The upshot to this Anker is that you can leave your Surface Go charger at home and use the supplied PD charger instead. If you want to step things up a bit, you can also replace the included charger with their new PP Atom PD2 charger... it has two USB-C PD ports with 60w variable charging, so you can charge your Surface and battery at the same time (when one is full, the other gets max output).


No, I don't work for Anker. I just love the build quality and performance of their products...

u/SkyJedi · 3 pointsr/chromeos
u/NexusSavage · 3 pointsr/AndroidWear

Most smartwatches have rather rudimentary modems capable of ~3G speeds. You won't be doing any work off of that. Not to mention, smartwatches don't have the greatest WiFi interfaces either.

You said "battery issues aside" yet mentioned your phone battery being low as a problem. I'd recommend a good battery bank instead.

u/TemptedTemplar · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Yes you can, regular USB packs with a USB-C cable is a cheaper alternative.

The recommended USB-C packs would be this one from RAVpower or this one from Anker.

26800 mAh is about the limit you can take on a plane per TSA guidelines without a lithium transit permit. PD is Power Delivery and is the safest means of delivering the most power to your switch without entering dangerous territory. Both go on sale pretty frequently, so despite the high prices you can snag them for 50 to 70 dollars every other week or so.

u/Roco32373 · 3 pointsr/Disneyland

This beast looks like it will work:

How do they work in general, though? Do you just leave your phones plugged into it while it’s in your pocket or backpack? And it keeps the phone charged up?

u/cryptic-fox · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitch
u/satmandu · 3 pointsr/GooglePixel

Ideally you want a device with USB-C Power Delivery support so you get faster charging.

This newest device from Anker, the Anker PowerCore+ 26800 PD with 27W PD Portable Charger, should work for that:

Granted it is more expensive.

When I was in the market several months ago I bought the Anker PowerCore+ 20100 USB-C model:

FYI if you need a standalone brick charger as opposed to a power bank, this model appears to work, as per this Nathan K mentioned analysis:

The Anker PowerPort Speed 1 Revision 2 (model number AK-A2014112)

u/juicyjames · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Wait, wait. My mistake, there are two very similar Anker PowerCore+'s. The one I linked above doesn't have PD, but there is one that does:

In any case, you want to use the USB-C port to charge. If you have the USB-PD version it'll charge at 18W, if you don't it'll charge at 10W, and if you use USB-A it'll charge at 7.5W.

u/zootam · 3 pointsr/macbookpro

>what can I expect in term of battery life ? More 2 or 4 hours ?

Depends completely on your usage. Heavy usage will probably get around 2-4 hours.

Don't expect the battery to last all day with 3 VMs running and other stuff.

>Do you have any recommendation for a powerbank able to charge this bad boy ?

Your MBP 15 will have a max discharge rate of ~90 watts, the power banks above can push out 30w.

u/SquishyMonstr · 3 pointsr/galaxys10

Try this Anker charger. My photographer friend uses this when she travels.

u/PriceKnight · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitchDeals

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u/LAZER-RAGER · 3 pointsr/GooglePixel

Anker actually does have PD charging, and I would trust a name like Anker more than ZMI:

10,000 mAh ($45.99)

20,100 mAh ($99.99)

26,800 mAh ($129.99)

u/zmattk · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I agree with everyone else so far. The most important things are screen protector, micro SD card, and a carrying case.

But if you're looking for something a little more exciting, here's a list of the things I also recommend:

Portable Charger: You'll need one that has enough power to charge the Switch. Here's two that I have found work well. The Anker charger is significantly more expensive than the RAVPower, and neither are really cheap, but you'll get a lot of use out of it, and they can work for other electronic devices as well.



Portable Stand: The Switch's kickstand is pretty bad for tabletop mode. It's not adjustable and you cannot charge at the same time. Getting a portable stand fixes both of these problems. One like this is my personal favorite portable stand. You get more viewing angles than the plastic folding ones and you can use this with multiple devices as well. However, the Hori one or one similar to that works perfectly fine as well.

Pro Controller or Extra Joy Cons: Depends on your preference. I'd go with the Pro Controller if you're planning on playing mostly single player games. The extra set of Joy Cons are nice for multiplayer though as it allows 2 people to play with full controllers, or 4 people to play with a single joy con (aka Mario Kart).

If you go with the extra Joy Cons, I'd also suggest Joy Con Grips. While they might not look the best, it is a significant upgrade to holding the Joy Cons by themselves. They work perfectly fine for multiplayer Mario Kart.

u/km00000 · 3 pointsr/GooglePixel
u/FinTheMurloc · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitch
u/joshuadwx · 3 pointsr/anker

I don’t typically recommend older models, but PowerCore Speed 20000 PD fits your needs well.

You can charge one device with a USB-C to Lightning Cable (or a USB-C to USB-C Cable depending on your iPad model) and another with a USB-A to Lightning Cable.

If you want the capability of charging all three devices simultaneously, then PowerCore+ 26800 PD is your best option.

u/muirthemne · 2 pointsr/GPDPocket

I saw your other comment about chargers, and I have found it IS a little finicky there, with not all chargers working properly, or sometimes not getting enough voltage. Here are the other accessories I bought for it that have been compatible:

USB-C car charger

Anker power brick

flexible USB-C cable

tiny flash drive

u/SoulSina11 · 2 pointsr/anker

this one is probably the best one for you. It has the usb c port to charge both the battery and your phone/laptop. And if you’re using the usb c to charge your laptop, you can charge your phone with the other usb-A ports (if you desire simultaneous charging). I use this battery on a daily basis for my iPad Pro and Nintendo switch, but I used to use it for my 15” MacBook Pro with touchbar. It is a fantastic choice (and it comes with a usb c cable and usb c wall adapter).
Enjoy it!

u/tobitobiguacamole · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

So after doing a bunch of reading I'm thinking I'm going to go with this power bank -

My question - I know it comes with a wall charger to charge the power bank. Can I also use that wall charger to directly charge the Switch without using the bank?

u/JoingoJon · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I think the Anker PowerCore+ 26800 PD is the best battery pack for the Switch. I'm not certain but it does give up to 6 complete refills of power and because it's PD it's able to charge the Switch even whilst playing it.

u/meatwaddancin · 2 pointsr/SamsungChromebookPro

Yes Anker makes one on Amazon. The term you are looking for is PD or Power Delivery​ via USB Type-C. Also you want one that can do 30w. I believe another option is the one Razor makes.


u/1101010100010011 · 2 pointsr/GooglePixel
u/jahayhurst · 2 pointsr/MatebookXPro

I have - got it on some deal a while ago and I couldn't be happier. My only complaint was that the USB C cable is only like 1.5ft, but I have other (good) like 1.5m USB C cables I use with it.

The battery pack there is like taking a bathtub full of power with you too, and literally just under the battery size for airlines. Just took this on vacation and I literally could've charged the pack once and charged everything else from the pack for a week.

Oh, and yeah, in case I wasn't clear, the charger is just fine too. Does 20w just fine.

u/mynameisPooky · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Are third party portable chargers safe? I was looking at getting this one to charge my Switch and my laptop. How do I know what is safe and what isn't as far as portable charging goes?

u/coolspot18 · 2 pointsr/toronto

Also, if buying a power bank, keep it under 26,800 mah, that's the maximum size you can bring onto an airplane without "prior approval". Technically you can bring a larger one, but you need to get permission from an airline which is a hassle.

With a 10,000 mah power bank you can charge an iPhone or Galaxy smartphone about 3 or 4 times, a Nintendo switch about 2 times, so it's plenty of juice for a day or two. The larger 26,800 mah power banks are good if you plan on travelling extended periods without power, charging a tablet, or even a laptop. If charging a laptop, then in that case you'll need a $100+ USB-C PD Power Bank.

The Anker PowerCore II is very good - while it only has 1 output, it has the latest generation of charging chip so it can quickly charge a lot of devices. Build quality is fantastic. The RavPower USB-C Power Bank is also good, works well with a Nintendo Switch, and is about $10 cheaper, build quality is very good but not as slick as the Anker unit. Size wise, the Anker is chunkier but more compact, meanwhile the RavPower is thinner but longer/wider. Total mass of both units is ultimately the same, it really depends on how you like the shape of your battery :) Both are reputable brands, especially Anker, so they won't fry your phone or blow up in your hand.

I hope this helps!

u/Wholesome_Serial · 2 pointsr/toronto

I couldn't remember who told me about Anker power banks so it might've even been you, ami; Anker is the company I had recommended to me in the last several days. And I was right about the 'big fellow' I was looking at being a 26800PD, like yours:

There's also a shipper model with a specific speed-boost charger made for the 26800PD:

and I could get both, and have a backup extra 26800PD battery pack and cable. That would be my preference, to order those two above. The only thing that I currently need to use that would be charged by a USB power point would be my LG G6, which is not usually a heavy-drain device. Still, I'm liking a great deal about what I'm hearing about Anker, and I'm probably going to go with that. In a lengthy blackout, my brother could borrow one for his netbook and both our phones use a USB power point charger.

u/Dash383 · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I've been looking around for a good portable power bank for my Switch and I've seen a couple of reddit posts about them but I still have a couple of questions that I hope someone can help answer.

I'm stuck between 2 chargers:

Anker PowerCore+ 26800 PD

RAVPower 26800 PD

What I don't understand is the $30 price difference though it looks like they come with the same "stuff" so why would you pay the extra amount to get the Anker?

Does anyone have either (or both) of these chargers to help determine which would be the best for the Switch specifically?

Is there anything worth buying one over the other?

u/GooseRider960 · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I've heard good things about this one. It's quite pricey, but you can supposedly get 21 hours out of it, and it can charge other devices too.

u/steen1488 · 2 pointsr/skyrim

I know it is expensive, but I splurged on one of these to keep my switch running for many hours consecutively.

Anker PowerCore+ 26800 PD with 30W Power Delivery Charger, Portable Charger Bundle for iPhone X / 8, Nexus 5X 6P, LG G5 & USB Type-C Laptops (e.g. 2016 MacBook) Power Delivery Support

It works great and fits perfectly into my little travel Switch case.

u/RescuePilot · 2 pointsr/vandwellers
u/Ellman12 · 2 pointsr/nintendo

I am in the market for a portable charger for my devices. I want to get one that will safely charge my Switch. I've found a few so far through some research. Which should I get? Help is greatly appreciated!

!st power bank

2nd power bank

3rd power bank

4th power bank

u/MajorNoodles · 2 pointsr/PixelBook
u/sittingmongoose · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Will that not charge at full speed? I thought there was a new anker that would work.

Edit: I found the one that I should have gotten.
Anker PowerCore+ 26800 PD with 27W PD Portable Charger Bundle for Nintendo Switch & USB Type-C Laptops (e.g. 2016 MacBook) Power Delivery Support

u/pitchdarkice · 2 pointsr/chromeos

I prefer the Anker one. It's huge, but had lots of juice and supports USB PD.

Anker PowerCore+ 26800 PD with 27W PD Portable Charger Bundle for Nintendo Switch & USB Type-C Laptops (e.g. 2016 MacBook) Power Delivery Support

u/mag44 · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitchDeals

Anker Powercore +

Its full price now but I got it for 99.99 at the time.

RavPower, another brand that I like, has a similar power bank on sale right now. This one doesn't come with a wall charger though.

u/LetsGetBlotto · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Yeah you can charge while you play as long as you get the version with PD (power delivery). I have this one.

Yeah its really expensive but I can use it with my switch, phone, tablet, etc. It's an amazing charger and it holds a ton of power. The only reason I bought this one is because it has PD and a very long battery life.

u/BlakStatus · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

>They cost about the same

This one? They're not similarly priced at all.

u/GuerrillaApe · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

This is the newest Anker battery pack that supports USB Power Delivery, but it's sold out:

If you are in the market for a battery pack you will want one that supports USB PD. RavPower is the only other company I know that makes a battery pack that supports this fast charging feature.

u/sparksdls · 2 pointsr/iPadPro

Top of the line (pricey) -

u/DrMantisTabboggn · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

This is the battery I use along with this stand which allows you to charge and play in tabletop mode. I use the USB 3.0 male to male cord that comes with the battery and it’s everything I need for long plane rides. Highly recommend both, the battery is a beast with power delivery. I used the wall adapter that comes with the dock or the charger that comes with the battery if I need to wall charge.

u/jonsonsama · 2 pointsr/GalaxyS8

I have the powercore+ 26800. It's heavy af, but I also use it to charge my Nintendo switch since it has a usb-c port for PD.

Anker PowerCore+ 26800 PD with 30W Power Delivery Charger, Portable Charger Bundle for iPhone X / 8, Nintendo Switch, Nexus 5X 6P, LG G5 & USB Type-C Laptops (e.g. 2016 MacBook) Power Delivery Support

u/SuperGiantKid · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitchDeals

I bought this one. It is way too expensive if you compare it with others but it's one of the very few which can charge the Switch while playing and that too at a good rate. Also, it charges itself pretty quickly because of the fast charger provided with it. If it's able to fast charge my phone as well then that would be awesome!

u/JackSparrowUSA · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch
u/poofyhairguy · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

None of those. You need a charger that can do USB PD. Like this. Then you will need a USB C to Lightening cable like this to fast charge both devices.

u/11spaceships · 2 pointsr/GooglePixel

Thank you all for the advice. I just took delivery of this one and it charges my Pixel 2 rapidly!

u/DickInYerMouth · 1 pointr/OculusGo

Glad you asked! You WILL NOT regret getting this one: "PowerCore+"-$120

Lightweight, cheap and lasts a looong time!

u/BoxMacCary · 1 pointr/OculusGo

I use the PowerCore+ 26800!

u/brad_edmondson · 1 pointr/System76

Hard to say what your experience will be as a college student. When I was in school, 2-3 hours was the norm for battery life so people tended to be tied to power outlets no matter what.

The USB Power Delivery battery that I've had good luck with is here:

u/SoLiminalItsCriminal · 1 pointr/OculusQuest

I found this one, same brand.

u/bonix · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

My last one was anker so I'm a little biased. Found this from your link

u/kiantech · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch
u/cocquyt · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

It is not. This is their only PD compliant power bank

u/dextersgenius · 1 pointr/AndroidQuestions

Get an Anker. I've used them several times while camping, going on long road trips and Ingress missions and it's always served me well - it's easily one of the best options there is. Get something like the 20,100 mAh PowerCore+ or the 26,800 mAh version. Both support USB-C and can charge a variety of devices simultaneously.

u/p_trinidy · 1 pointr/macbookpro

I recommend anker. I own several anker cables and power banks, and they're all quality stuff.

u/b0nkers_ · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

This Anker one works perfect. Charges the switch at full speed and it’s a pretty decent size

u/defective · 1 pointr/ipad

I have used this (which was linked already: )

with a 2-meter USB-C extender I bought at WalMart that was intended for the Nintendo Switch, and the official 1-meter USB-C to Lightning from Apple. It charges at about 29 watts as measured by my USB-C multimeter thing.

It also charges that fast with the Apple USB-C cable plugged directly into this battery (which comes with the above charger)

Haven't tried it with the extender in the battery but I would expect it to work. I would not bank on extenders working in general, though, so be careful.

u/Slasheboy · 1 pointr/gpdwin

Anker. Get the anker.
I use that model specifically myself - even though it does not have a 12V output specification, it charges my win 2 just fine, and I'm able to stay on 100% while playing nier automata during my commute.

u/rom_racer · 1 pointr/gpdwin

Sorry, battery backup? Spare battery seller? rjpia is an authorized parts seller in the US. His eBay store: You can also find him on Discord to see if he has parts that aren't listed.

I also use this portable battery but I'm not sure that's what you meant.

u/toopc · 1 pointr/AppleWatch

Not exactly what you're wanting as no built in Apple Watch charger, but it's a good powerbank. Uses USB C, charges very fast, and has enough power to charge a Macbook.

edit: btw it was just on sale for $67, so unless you're in a rush, worth watching on CamelCamelCamel or similar.

u/PeabodyJFranklin · 1 pointr/gaming

Fair point. And yup, guess you're one of the 10,000 today regarding that fact.

It's pretty handy, actually. You can use a normal cellphone powerbank with a USB->USB-C cable to charge it or extend the battery when away from power. Or get a monster like this that supports the USB Power Delivery spec, and can charge the Switch while playing.

u/whiteferrett · 1 pointr/Nexus6P
u/jlipenta · 1 pointr/Vive

Thanks again for all of the help and explanation. It's incredibly helpful and I look forward to swapping the lenses.

I may have found a battery pack but I could also be misunderstanding the specs:

u/fly3rs18 · 1 pointr/thinkpad

This looks cool for a portable battery. It only charges at 30W, but that can still be very useful.

u/Zxvy · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

I have the Anker 26800 PD and it rapidly charges my Pixel 2 XL via USB-C to USB-C cable.

u/Kameone · 1 pointr/gpdwin

Can you fit the gpd win and a battery bank in the molle pouch you recommended? Something about this size? Anker PowerCore+ 26800 PD

u/aband0nship · 1 pointr/pixel2

Expensive, but in my opinion the best out right now it even charges my thinkpad!

Anker PowerCore+ 26800 PD with 30W Power Delivery Charger, Portable Charger Bundle for iPhone X / 8, Nexus 5X 6P, LG G5 & USB Type-C Laptops (e.g. 2016 MacBook) Power Delivery Support

u/gsthntr · 1 pointr/Lenovo

I use this guy. It has Power Delivery which is meant for quickly charging laptops. There's also one that's 20,000 mah and its $10 less (as of this post). It charges my Yoga 720 13" 1080p w/no issues.

u/which401kthrowaway · 1 pointr/thinkpad

The T470 expanded battery is massive, though, and it adds a ton to the weight/size of the laptop.

If you're going to compare battery life with an extended battery, buying something like this will give an X1 Carbon 23 hour battery life.

u/KingEsquire · 1 pointr/Surface

This is what I ordered

I went ahead and ordered this battery pack too

I figured these would be enough for my Surface, iPhone, Apple Watch, and Nintendo switch (not at the same time but having a simple solution to minimize the amount of cords I carry).

u/LonelyConstant · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

Unfortunately not. It's currently $149 CDN

u/acali_ny · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitchDeals

It really is. I just saw the 26800 one go for 88 bucks as well so I posted that up also. Might be worth a look if you're in the market.

"What You Get: PowerCore+ 26800 PD, 30W USB-C wall charger, Micro USB cable, USB-C to USB-C cable, travel pouch, welcome guide, our worry-free 18-month warranty and friendly customer service."

u/bluaki · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

This Anker battery is better than any of those with the Switch. It costs $20 more than your first link but it comes with a wall charger that's worth more than that.

>Best you can legally carry on a airplane flight

Why? Do you have a source saying you can't carry the 26800mAh battery on an airplane? I believe 26800mAh batteries are about 99.2Wh (3.7V) and the limit is 100Wh.

u/Skaterpunk444 · 1 pointr/LAlist
u/Steameffekt · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

Mild worry. Just picked up my Switch literally a few hours ago and love it. I have this power bank that I use to charge my MacBook and plan on using it charge my switch. It is safe to use with the included USB-C cable or should I buy a new cable? Don't want to risk bricking my switch.

u/justjcarr · 1 pointr/gadgets

Anker PowerCore+ 26800 PD with 30W Power Delivery Charger, Portable Charger Bundle for MacBook Air / iPad Pro 2018, iPhone XS Max / X / 8, Nexus 5X / 6P, and USB Type-C Laptops with Power Delivery

u/ArrangingTime · 1 pointr/TheSilphRoad

I just picked up this one because I needed the extra USB-C wall charger:

I also have an older version (no USB-C but same power capacity) of the one you linked and run it on a daily basis. It lasted all day through Go Fest last year. Anker makes a great charger.

u/Shards-O-Glass · 1 pointr/TheSilphRoad

If you can wait, you can get a even better price or the even larger model for less. I got the following for $80 over 6 months ago. It's a great battery and Anker is awesome customer support. Mine stopped charging a few weeks ago and Anker sent a replacement for free with an extra USB-c cable and charger. If you plan to upgrade to a new phone, I would definitely recommend it. This has USB-c and power delivery so it would charge quickly and can charge any usb-c devices very quickly. You could probably spend a lot less and get a quick charge compatible battery bank that supports QC3.

Anker PowerCore+ 26800 PD with 30W Power Delivery Charger, Portable Charger Bundle for MacBook Air / iPad Pro 2018, iPhone XS Max / X / 8, Nexus 5X / 6P, and USB Type-C Laptops with Power Delivery

u/mellz1995 · 1 pointr/OculusQuest

[This is the one I’m using!](Anker PowerCore+ 26800 PD with... There are cheaper versions as well. Anker is definitely a great brand!

u/ejschenck · 1 pointr/iphone

You need one that has USB-PD and the Apple USB-C to Lightning cable.

Anker PowerCore+ 26800 PD with 30W Power Delivery Charger, Portable Charger Bundle for iPhone XS/XS Max/XR/X/8, Nexus 5X 6P, LG G5 & USB Type-C Laptops (e.g. 2016 MacBook) Power Delivery Support

I have this one and I can rapid charge the X (and now XS Max) off the power bank or the brick in no time at all.

u/azsedrfty · 1 pointr/EDC

I've had an anker for a year now and it's incredibly. Love it to death. A lot went into them if you ask me. My brother grabbed me one after he had been using one for a while.

Out of your price range, but that's okay because this one is a bit of a beast, but it's the one I have.

u/HDE01 · 1 pointr/teslamotors

I actually haven’t needed to charge in my car yet. What about a power bank that you can keep charged in the center console?

u/thinkdifferentpad · 1 pointr/thinkpad

I am looking at this one, not sure if PD is enough to power the X1Carbon though.


Anker Power Bank

u/LumenMax · 1 pointr/anker


One reviewer said it charges his Samsung book. Search in the Questions & Answers section.

u/AlgorithmicAmnesia · 1 pointr/AppleWhatShouldIBuy

If I was buying one it’d be this one. But USB-c PD is important to me, if it’s not to you, you can save money by going with a cheaper anker product.

I’ve owned approximately 7 or so anker products and they’ve all been fantastic.

u/gmgmgmgmgmgm · 1 pointr/thinkpad

Apparently the max. output of anker external batteries is 30W

Is 30W enough to power an x1 when it is switched on? Anyone else got an Anker to work with X1?

u/rawrpopsicle · 1 pointr/thinkpad

Just got it a few days ago and unfortunately doesn't charge the X1C Gen 5. Pretty disappointing since they advertise 20V 1.5A!

Edit: It charges the laptop but only when it's off. Doesn't charge when it's sleeping either.

The Anker multi port that also supports 20V 1.5A does charge the laptop though.

Anker recently released a PD version of their powerbank,

Looks like it supports 20V 1.5A like their multiport charger that works so if someone is game I'd love to know.

Razer also has a powerbank that supports USB C PD with 20V 2.25A so even better!

u/HatchmanPro · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

you mean this one I assume?:

It does look like the total power output is equal (30W) but does not specify volts vs amps on the amazon page.

Either way, If its not still on its way to you have you attempted to try it out with the dock?

u/artnos · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

This is the best one

I have it, love it. It's kinda heavy though but charges fast.

u/Sollja · 1 pointr/macbook

This one from anker is not bad. It won't charge at full speed, but its at a good price and anker has quality products.

u/Magneto-Was-Right · 1 pointr/Vive
u/DesignForDummies · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitchDeals

Those cases look pretty thick, do you have one of those? I'm looking for one to hold a very large battery charger, like this:

Looks like it's pretty thick enough to hold extra joycons so I think it would work, what are your thoughts?

u/Sequential-River · 1 pointr/AskTechnology

If this if the one you came across, and are willing to get it, then absolutely get this one instead.

The one I was referring to doesn't have the 2 prong outlet. Which is this one.

u/uns211 · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

Here is the link. If you do not see that it is Currently Unavailable then you must be looking at a different product.

u/Dark_Pulse · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

I bought a battery pack that comes with a charger. They sell the charger separately, for $28.99.

But when I looked at the battery pack... well, it might be the ultimate battery pack for the Switch (if you have a bag that can hold it!). I shelled out the big bucks for this bad boy, but considering its capabilities, it's worth pretty much every penny.

Guaranteed to charge the Switch on the go - even while you're playing it. Enough juice to last for days practically. Has a couple extra USB-A plugs so you can give your phone (assuming they don't also need USB-C) a good boost as well.

And you can charge the whole thing cold in 4 1/2 hours?

Yeah, it's pricey (about $100), but it may well be the last battery pack you need to buy for a long, long time - and it's overkill for keeping your Switch's battery going. You're getting at least 4-5 full recharges out of that thing before you need to charge it. Besides the AC Adapter, it'll also come with a C-to-C cable, and a Micro-B to A cable, and a nice little bag to protect it all too. Since the charger alone is $30 and you figure maybe an extra $10 for the cables themselves, that makes the price a lot more easy to swallow considering the mileage you'll get out of this thing.

If you need an AC Charger, $30 and that's got you covered. If you need portable power too, definitely look into getting the battery when it's back on sale in mid-May or so. Either way, you can't lose.

Pricey, yes... but so, so worth the money. Totally was happy to be playing BotW with my Switch plugged into this thing during some downtime at work, and to see its charge percentage going up as I played.

u/qwerty_dh · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

I have the powercore+ and it works great. But I would get this one now (it's PD, so it'll charge way faster)

Anker PowerCore+ 26800 PD with 27W PD Portable Charger Bundle for N...

u/i_lack_imagination · 1 pointr/homesecurity

Get a Wyze camera with a microSD card (which will allow for continuous recording) and pair it with a powerbank (something like this They use 5v power so you can just plug them into the USB port.

It will require wifi/internet connection to set it up initially, but once you have it set up, it can operate while offline. For the portable battery, you could buy a couple of them and have one charging while swapped out.

From their website

>A 10000mAh power bank will power Wyze Cam for about 16 hours, and a 20000mAh power bank will power Wyze Cam for about 33 hours.

One last thing, make sure you are aware whether or not it's legal to place cams at your work or just be aware of the risk you are taking to do so.

u/absolspiral · 1 pointr/anker

This is the one I have. When you click the button it just tells me how much charge it has. I really want to know if i should ask Anker for another or if this is normal. First time using a power bank. I just get annoyed that I have to unplug the cable to make it charge the second time. Also worried that it'll just get worse and stop charging the first time while it's charging

u/Konkey_Dong_Country · 1 pointr/thinkpad

Ohhh, well crap. Kinda makes charging via USB pointless then for me. I figured if it can charge Macbooks, it should be the same

edit: This one looks like it charges up to 30w. Still not enough? I wish this was more clear

u/Catbert321 · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

Thank you for your advice earlier BTW.

I am finally picking up the battery pack and plan on getting this Anker 26800+ pack. I just wanted to confirm that I should be fine (no promises, it is third party) using the provided USB-C to USB-C cable, rather than relying on a USB-A to USB-C cord to charge the device?

edit: spelling

u/Anon_Logic · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

This is what I use. It's USB-PD and it's just small enough to be allowed on planes.

u/CoryBoehm · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

The RavPower 26800 PD is highly regarded and cheaper than the Anker PowerCore+ 26800 PD. They are very similar products and offer the same capacity. You honestly wouldn't have issue with either of them.

u/NikatoAK · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

Hi! I have two questions.

First, what size card should I get? The SD ones I’ve seen range from 64gigs and up. How big are the games?

And two, what kind of charger do folks use on the go?

I was going to get this portable battery pack Anker PowerCore+ 26800 PD with 30W Power Delivery Charger, Portable Charger Bundle for Nintendo Switch & USB Type-C Laptops (e.g. 2016 MacBook) Power Delivery Support

But then I saw (at the local store plus on amazon) a Car Charger from Nyko made for the switch: Nyko Travel Charger EX for Nintendo Switch - Nintendo Switch;

The car charger would save space, but I’ve heard In the past around launch that the switch would still run out of battery while plugged in. Obviously things have advanced since then but theirs no reviews on that Nyko.

Any suggestions?

u/yhozumi · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

Anker PowerCore+ 26800 PD with 30W Power Delivery Charger, Portable Charger Bundle for Nintendo Switch & USB Type-C Laptops (e.g. 2016 MacBook) Power Delivery Support

This is the one I have. You have to make sure you get the battery pack with usb C power delivery or it won’t charge your switch while playing. It will just maintain the battery level.

u/Peylix · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

Anker even has a PD powerbank.

Which would be what I would recommend over FC/QC banks.

u/IAmSen · 1 pointr/Switch

The charger included with this is what I'd get.

u/m4chi4v33li · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch
u/Scoutdad · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

Here is a link to the Anker

The Switch will only draw 2A so 5V bank will approximately maintain the charge level plus or minus some. That is what I do or use an inverter and OEM charger in the car.

Check out this thread for some more detailed information

u/Bluehaze013 · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

If its the PD one (Power Delivery) it will work but I believe that one is 30w so you might have the wrong one. The Switch uses PD to set the voltage to charge at which I think was 12v? can't remember but without PD your adapter will only charge at 5v much slower than the factory one if it works at all. If going out of town why not just take the original Switch power adapter with you?

If you're looking for a battery pack and power adapter, is the best one on the market IMO and from Anker as well as on sale for a really good price, normally 110.00. If you just want the power adapter they sell it sperately as well. Good luck!

u/Leggo213 · 1 pointr/anker

So you have two options in my opinion, one where it could be a great charger for your device and maybe someone else’s. And another that would be great for multiple charges and multiple people.

Anker PowerCore Slim 10000 PD

Anker PowerCore+ 26800 PD

The slim 10000 is a new Anker portable battery that I have myself. It’s of course slim, light, and easy pocketable. If you use a lightning to USB-C cable you will get a power delivery fast charge with your 8 plus from 0-50 in 30 minutes.

The second is the slim but with more charges allowing you to charge your device and other over.

If you need something that’s lighter and you don’t care about the power delivery I recommend the power core redux series.
Anker PowerCore 20000 redux

u/theograd · 1 pointr/Advice

Oh cool! Didn't know that was a thing. Just went and bought this based on your recommendation. Thank you.

u/Cruncher_13 · 1 pointr/iphone

This one supports PD but is the old version. If you buy a new one I would prefer the newer Version. This one has less mAh but still enough and is also cabable of fast charging. I bought the new Version a few weeks ago and super happy with it.

u/cheeseguy3412 · 0 pointsr/SwitchHacks

With my own personal use case, I like this thing - Its an external USB C battery pack, but it doesn't add much weight to a backpack / bag if you'll be carrying one of those around. I mostly use mine for travel.

u/PanzerRadeo · 0 pointsr/NintendoSwitch
u/suckafuckindickBPAF · -1 pointsr/CPAP

idk how either of you are with DIY tech stuff...

But my plan is to roll my own.

I bought this battery. It should be more than enough to run overnight with 96Wh / 26,800mAh of capacity. Also to note, the largest battery the TSA permits on flights is 100Wh so this is right at that limit.

And I found this forum post where someone details how they made the cable for their ResMed (same one I have too).

I found another more detailed post from someone doing the same on reddit. I thought I bookmarked it but can't find it right now... I'll try to find that tonight.

This is WAY cheaper than a dedicated CPAP battery, and gives you some of the flexibility to power other devices via USB you're looking for. Regular USB for my phone, iPad, etc. Then USB C for my MacBook and Nintendo Switch, and soon the CPAP.