Reddit Reddit reviews Anker PowerCore II Slim 10000 Ultra Slim Power Bank, Upgraded PowerIQ 2.0 (up to 18W Output), Fast Charge for iPhone, Samsung Galaxy and More (Black)

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Anker PowerCore II Slim 10000 Ultra Slim Power Bank, Upgraded PowerIQ 2.0 (up to 18W Output), Fast Charge for iPhone, Samsung Galaxy and More (Black)
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33 Reddit comments about Anker PowerCore II Slim 10000 Ultra Slim Power Bank, Upgraded PowerIQ 2.0 (up to 18W Output), Fast Charge for iPhone, Samsung Galaxy and More (Black):

u/duucfho · 9 pointsr/backpacking

I always do carry-on only, with either a 20L Osprey Daylite Plus, or 38L Osprey Farpoint 40 (S/M size). Same tech loadout for a 3-day or 3-week trip.

Personal travel loadout:

u/jstgodar · 6 pointsr/Ultralight
  • (-1.14oz, $3.95) Switch your Z-Seat for a Litesmith folding pad.
  • (-0.63oz, free) Drop the iPod Shuffle and use your phone for music on low battery and airplane modes.
  • (-4.98oz, $35) Switch your Petzl Reactick system for a Nitecore NU20. Depending on your preference to night hiking, you could also consider the Nitecore NU25 or Nitecore Tip. Note, be aware of the difference in time per lumens between your current system and this.
  • (-1.5oz, $10) Switch the Polycro groundsheet to the one from Six Moon Designs. Note, it says 1.2oz, mine both weigh 1.5oz. It is still lighter than gossamer gear.
  • (-1.1oz, $~27) Switch the Anker 10000 for the Anker Powercore II Slim 10000mAh. The non-slim is even lighter than the slim, though is not expected to be as fast as the slim.
  • (-1.24, $2.50) Switch the trash compactor bag for a Nylofume pack liner.

    = -10.59oz for about $80.

    What is in the first aid kit? 7oz is quite heavy! Most FAK are between 1-3oz.

    Obviously, with a higher budget, the pack could be switched to pretty much any cottage UL backpack for ~25oz savings.
u/jvu87 · 5 pointsr/Coachella

Amazon has a bunch.

You could probably last the entire weekend with this one, granted, you're not on your phone the entire time.

u/joeysdad · 5 pointsr/lgv30

You really couldn't go wrong with an Anker. This is one of their newest.

Anker PowerCore II Slim 10000 Ultra Slim Power Bank, Upgraded PowerIQ 2.0 (up to 18W Output), Fast Charge for iPhone, Samsung Galaxy and More (Black)

u/2017SOBO · 4 pointsr/Ultralight

Here is the link I used.

I hope it works for you. I didn't put it in the original post for fear of looking like it was a referral link (it isn't).

u/Uofoducks15 · 3 pointsr/Ultralight

I'm planning to take this one on my Tahoe Rim Trail thru hike next week. I haven't used it in the field yet though, just purchased it.

u/dimm0k · 3 pointsr/lgv20

I recently acquired this, which has PowerIQ 2.0 and can confirm the reviews for this product that it does in fact handle QC charging of devices and for itself! My LGV20's battery icon changes to the thunder with circle after connecting it and does in fact charge pretty quickly, however I haven't tested in detail to see how fast it charges. As for USB-PD from what I understand is entirely different than QC and I doubt LG would have put in both technologies.

u/Philzord · 2 pointsr/Android

Anker usually does a pretty good job:

u/livevicarious · 2 pointsr/OculusQuest here is one I can recommend. You wanna make sure you can output as much as possible. You want it to charge faster than it drains to keep playing. This could fit in your pocket but provide at least 10 hours of playtime straight. Also it fast charges itself when plugged into a compatible fast charger. Make sure to pickup a USB-A to USB-C cable as well. I can HIGHLY recommend getting a high quality magnetic USB-C cable so if you accidentally hit the cable it doesnt yank on your head as well as makes it easier to plug it back in just by getting it near the port. No need to fiddle with the headset on and off.

u/ryancey · 2 pointsr/raspberry_pi

It should last several hours on this battery pack. Just tape it on the back of the radio, DIY-style.

u/ethan829 · 2 pointsr/OculusGo

I have this one which fits along the side of the headset.

u/jimkeyjimkey · 2 pointsr/videography

Heck yeah. Glad to help. Get it. It’s a good buy. A pro sound guy recommended it to me and said it’s what he uses for super low budget stuff.

It does eat batteries. You can always plug it in to the wall. I’ve done this a few times. What a lot of people do though is power it off a large rechargeable battery like this,

Anker PowerCore II Slim 10000 Ultra Slim Power Bank, Upgraded PowerIQ 2.0 (up to 18W Output), Fast Charge for iPhone, Samsung Galaxy and More (Black)

Run time varies but I think you can run the recorder all day off of a battery like that.

u/not_jimothy · 2 pointsr/Ultralight

On the Amazon link the OP provided, it does say four hour recharge time (using a Quick Charge wall plug).

For comparison, Anker says the PowerCore 10400 takes 6-7 hours.

u/semanticsemiotics · 2 pointsr/onebag

Speaking from personal experience, Korea does get quite cold. Both of my jackets are packable, for lighter weather I'll layer with the torrentshell.

> Maybe use cloud storage instead? Tech is heavy.

Unfortunately I rely on that tech for my job. I will be backing up things to the cloud, but physical storage is better for working with very large files + reliability when there's no internet access. If anything I may look into several large usb drives.

Instead of the microfiber towel, I'm gonna try a small linen washcloth + smaller towel.

I may get a smaller drybag but the current one doesn't take up much space as it is. I already have a day bag, which I've written about here.

> Power battery... do you mean a portable charger?

Yes, like the anker 10,000 slim power bank.

The carabiner is multifunctional, at least in theory. I can clip my daybag's straps together around a table, and I can use it with paracord / climbing cord to hang up items to dry in a pinch. If it doesn't work I'll just toss it. Right now I just hang one on the outside of my Goruck (on the molle) and another on the strap of my daybag, so they take up no space at all.

> This should fit you into a ~30L backpack or so once you add a few changes of clothes.

I'm going to be living out of this for well over a year, so I need more than a few changes. Right now my collection is fairly condensed though due to being mostly comprised of quality merino wool items.

u/mdwsta4 · 2 pointsr/onebag

I also recommend Anker. I think I have the older version of this one:

10k mAh works fine for most trips. It offers multiple battery charges for my iPhone (I leave it in airplane mode most of the time when traveling) as well as my camera batteries. If I need something larger, I have another 11k battery bank that I'll bring. Sure, it's bulkier than a single 20k battery, but I rarely need to carry two. If anything, I put on lower power mode on my camera and try to make my battery last a little bit longer. Have done this on week long treks through Nepal. Most everywhere else I can find access to outlets relatively easily.

u/Trey5169 · 2 pointsr/computers

Anker has one with the front profile of a credit card and the thickness of a wallet.

(10,000 mAh, not 100,000 mAh)

Edit: Their old model goes for under $30, supports quick charge but not Qualcom Quick Charge. Also in a slim version with an upgrade charging algorithm of some kind.

And finally, their newest model for $30, which seems to have a few bells and whistles.

u/Magikarpforubers · 2 pointsr/RetroPie

This one looks like it'll carry the correct power ampage and the weight looks good but it looks a little long, will I be able to take it apart to reduce size?

u/stevefrench85 · 1 pointr/GalaxyS8

Definitely understand, but there's a different between what they're advertised to do and what they actually do. In perfect conditions, they'll do what they're advertised. And, I will give them credit, the latest technology has allowed for way better solar charging than in the past. But it's not going to replace a wall charger anytime soon unfortunately; a battery pack will. Solar power is just something that is in its infancy unfortunately, and will get better for consumers and portable, but right now this is what we have. If you want better, be prepared to lug around a gigantic array with you.

I understand the drawbacks to batteries, but when you can get something this size now, that's even smaller than your phone, it's very convenient. Plug it in when you get home, and then you'll be ready for the next time you go out.

u/whiterabbit108 · 1 pointr/pokemongo

I have a few different sizes of Anker power banks, but this one is my favorite for Pogo. It's not too big and easily fits in my pocket, it will fast charge my iphone and will charge it several times over.

u/haypulpo · 1 pointr/Ultralight

How long are your trips?

My Anker battery is 7.3 oz and is always more than I need on 3-4 day trips.

u/_solonights · 1 pointr/memes

Anker PowerCore II Slim 10000 Ultra Slim Power Bank, Upgraded PowerIQ 2.0 (up to 18W Output), Fast Charge for iPhone, Samsung Galaxy and More (Black)

You should invest in one of these. They will save you one day.

u/evpro23 · 1 pointr/vandwellers

You may consider getting a USB battery pack that charges phones. You can charge it fully when the van is running and then use it to get 2-3 full charges out of your phone whenever you need.

I have this one:

u/loafloafers · 1 pointr/Ultralight

Thanks for contacting them.

I feel like it's worth noting, to get the quick charge input, you do need to use their QC input adapter. Assuming one would want a two port charger, Amazon has the QC 3.0 two port listed at 4.6 oz.

The older 10k (6.2oz) will charge a bit faster, in my experience, with my 2.4ax2 port (3oz) at around 6 hours. That is about the same listed on the newer 10k's amazon page of 5hr 40m with a 2a charger.

Assuming that the 4.6oz is accurate, there is a 2.6oz difference total for a savings of 2 hours if the 4hr charge time holds true as well. Still significant time savings but at a price.

u/honey_pie · 1 pointr/Ultralight

>to get the quick charge input, you do need to use their QC input adapter

Quick charge is a standard; you should be able to use any charger that supports the correct quick charge standard. Likely including your phone charger (which for the record are for the most part by FAR better than third party chargers).

u/iynque · 1 pointr/EDC

I bought one of these for the same reasons and it stopped working after about a month. Because the cables are built-in and there's no regular USB port, once the cables go the battery is useless.

Now I have a battery that came with a drawstring pouch and a set of 3-inch USB cables (micro, mini, lightning—I don't carry the old 40-pin iPhone cable). The battery and cables go in the bag together. Tight, clean, easy to use, and if the cables wear out or break I can replace them without having to toss the battery too.

In my opinion, batteries with built-in cables are a good idea, but only if they have a regular USB-out as well.

u/SByolo · 1 pointr/TheSilphRoad

It’s worth buying the anker charging cables too, really good quality, and won’t split or break with use or being wrapped up and put in a bag etc. And I think the fast charge feature works better with their fast charge cables to match. I’ve found with my iPhone the Apple cable doesn’t work as well as the anker ones so for £7 I can’t complain on having a decent cable that won’t break or split etc.

Anker Power Bank, PowerCore II Slim 10000 Ultra Slim Portable Charger, Upgraded PowerIQ 2.0, fast charge for iPhone, Samsung Galaxy and More

I opted for one of these. Plenty of juice for a day out, has the fast charge feature and can still go in a jacket pocket etc as it’s nearly similar size to the phone. Just for decent portability.

u/xdegen · 1 pointr/MotoG

Here's the one I use. Manages to do "turbo-charging" on my phone, so I assume its using Qualcomm Quickcharge 2.0.

Plus it's got a nice and easy charge indicator and can usually charge my phone around 3 times before needing to recharge the powerbank.

u/jamojamo10 · 1 pointr/anker

Another option for traveling is The Powercore II Slim 10000. It's a bit thinner and lighter. It is a bit longer but is about the size of iPhone length-wise. I have a couple of these and have had really good results (charging mostly Apple devices, and a Motorola)

Doesn't have USB C though.

u/randomoniummtl · 1 pointr/PacificCrestTrail

if you aren't going to use it as your main camera than I wouldn't go for the flagship phones such as a Galaxy or iPhone or Pixel. Any recent smartphone can run the Guthook app. Get this to charge it on the trail:

u/EZlyDistrakted · 1 pointr/pokemongo

Personally I like their 10000 Slim

They are about the same size as a cell phone so keeping it in my pocket while I play feels natural. Also you can hold it and your phone at the same time and its not too awkward.

Edit: sorry, I didn't read your 20000mah requirements. I still recommend it though.

u/PriceKnight · 0 pointsr/NintendoSwitchDeals

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