Best cell phone chargers & power adapters according to redditors

We found 8,888 Reddit comments discussing the best cell phone chargers & power adapters. We ranked the 1,928 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Cell Phone Chargers & Power Adapters:

u/The_PiCow · 79 pointsr/GameDeals

there is already bette deals avalible at amazon, both bioshock one and two for 5$
or both bioshock games AND spec ops the line for 10$

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/the_prepared · 45 pointsr/preppers

No. Many of the panels seem to come from the same Chinese factories, though, resulting in very trivial differences which may make some of them look like an Anker you have in mind.

We spoke with Anker directly, and they told us they don't sell solar panels in the US and that any Amazon listings (like this one) are fake or people reselling without permission — which may explain why that Amazon listing is ridiculously overpriced, as if someone is importing and adding a markup.

In the last few days we've kicked around the idea of doing a deeper blog post about these problems on Amazon (partly as a follow up to this thread in /preppers), because that specific link has the "Amazon's Choice" label on it, even though it's unsanctioned.

Edit: There's a full list of the competition in a spreadsheet in the article. As u/callsignraven pointed out, Anker stopped selling panels in the US due to the tariffs.

u/LaunchpadMacQ · 38 pointsr/GameDeals

Bioshock 1 + 2 is also $4.99 on its own. The triple pack isn't much of a savings from buying B:I and B1+B2.

If you've never played Bioshock 1 or Infinite though (I haven't played 2 yet), do yourself a favor and pick up these games. Although I recognize that $30 is a bit steep for B:I for us cheap asses on game deals, it's an incredible game. And don't let anyone tell you that the gameplay is bad, I reckon those folks are just bad at FPSs because this game has incredibly strong gunplay that recalls older classics where you wouldn't have to aim down the sights to avoid recoil and bullet sprays.

I haven't played the first in awhile, so I actually bought the two pack. Can't give an honest opinion on it other than it's as wonderfully atmospheric as Infinite, if not more so. I've heard Bioshock 2 was more of the same, but the Metacritic isn't bad, so I'll be giving it a spin as well.

u/bluaki · 35 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I feel like I'm posting about USB too much here, but people keep asking because it's easy to get confused about it. I just copied the table I made a while ago in a comment and added FAQs and notes for outside the US.

I hope this answers what people are really looking for better than the other threads.

Do you have some specific need I didn't answer? Have a USB-C charger you're curious about that isn't listed? Ask in a comment. Just keep in mind that (other than the iPad one) USB-A chargers won't give you good speeds. This includes the chargers bundled with even the most recent phones by Samsung, Apple, Sony, LG, and HTC.

I'll use this comment to note some USB-C chargers I'm aware of but don't recommend:


Charging speeds vary

These chargers can give the Switch great speeds sometimes, but usually they're closer to just "okay". It seems to be random every time you plug it in. If the Switch is completely turned off (not just in sleep) when you plug it in, you'll almost always get those "great" speeds for as long as you keep it plugged in even after turning the Switch back on and playing. This happens because Nintendo's implementation of USB Power Delivery (USB PD) is very buggy. They're a hassle to use right for now, so I don't recommend them, especially since there are better alternatives now.

Charger|Price (USD)|Link|Notes
Anker PowerPort+ 5|$39.99|Amazon|Use the USB-C port. It also offers 4 USB-A ports. No USB cables included.
RAVPower 26800mAh USB-PD battery|$79.99|Amazon|
UGREEN 30W USB-PD charger|$17.99|Amazon|No cable included.


Safety issues

These don't damage the Switch, but they can damage other USB-C cables and devices, especially if you plug them in to something that doesn't make sense, like another charger. If you know how to use them right and you're careful, you won't damage anything, but why risk it? Get something else.

CHOETECH USB C 15W charger|Amazon|
Anker PowerPort+ 1 USB-C QC3.0|Amazon|Any USB-C port that offers QC3.0 has known issues


Great but expensive

If you have a USB-C laptop, feel free to get one of these, but otherwise don't bother. Plenty of chargers in my OP work just as well with Switch and are much cheaper.

Charger|Price (USD)|Link|Notes
Google 60W USB-C charger|$59.99|Google|Bundled with Chromebook Pixel 2, great for laptops, very long 12ft cable
Apple 61W USB-C charger|$69|Amazon, Apple|Bundled with 2016 13" MacBook Pro, no cable included when bought on its own. The 15-inch model's 87W charger is probably great too.
Apple 29W USB-C charger|$49|Amazon, Apple|Bundled with non-Pro MacBooks, no cable included when bought on its own. Poor speeds with most other non-Apple devices.
Innergie 45W USB-C charger|$59.99|Amazon|Works with the dock, great with laptops and phones too.


Unconfirmed speeds (and expensive)

These chargers are also too expensive to recommend. They probably work great, but I haven't seen any reports of people actually trying any of them. They all probably work with the dock too. If anybody has one of these, please tell me if it works with the dock.

Charger|Price (USD)|Link|Notes
Dell 45W charger|$49.99|Dell|Included with some Dell laptops.
Dell 45W Plus|$59.99|Dell|Use the USB-C cable. There's also a USB-A port for charging other devices.
Dell 65W charger|$69.99|Amazon|Included with some Dell laptops.
Dart USB-C charger|$99.99|FINsix|
Razer 12800mAh battery|$149.99|Razer|Use the USB-C port.

u/LEGITIMATE_SOURCE · 33 pointsr/gifs

Or buy a folding solar charger and a battery pack because they're more practical unless you live in the most cloudy of places.

u/c1e2477816dee6b5c882 · 29 pointsr/TropicalWeather

I'd generally recommend people put their cellphone on Airplane (and stop using it) as opposed to completely powering it off. I find that a modern smartphone can last days in airplane, and turning it on and off wastes a lot of battery power on startup/shutdown.

Having no network access means your phone can go into a deep powersaving sleep. If you have portable batteries, ensure they're charged and UNPLUGGED before the storm hits (due to surges, same goes for any other important electronics such as cells and laptops).

If you still have cell service and need to communicate, shut off your wifi and mobile data and go old school. Text messages require minimal power, and your phone should be able to stay like this for some time without losing too much charge. Using data, be it wifi or cellular, will deplete your cellphone battery in hours.

I'd also recommend having one of those foldable USB solar panels (, they really work!!) as a way to recharge devices if the grid goes out for multiple days. Too late to buy one, but if you have one, dig it out.

u/Seb147 · 26 pointsr/GameDeals

You can get Bioshock 1 & 2 from amazon : for 5 bucks. You can also apply the voucher gooncave for 15% off that price :)

u/Digimule · 26 pointsr/ShouldIbuythisgame

You can buy both on Amazon for $4.99.

It gives you two Steam keys.

u/your_fish_monger · 26 pointsr/consulting

Get a normal carry on bag. Buy a portable charger that you can use wherever you want. The end.

u/kaeyay · 26 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Any tempered glass screen protector from a reputable maker for one.

The Pro controller is one of the best feeling controllers I've ever had.

A high end battery pack if you can afford it. Should support USB-C/PD charging. I managed to snag this RAVPower battery on sale.

For Splatoon players who like split Joycon play, grips can be helpful to add comfort. I personally have Nintendo's official battery grip, provides a pretty nice girth extension.

And I guess a case, though beanies are pretty convenient to slip your console into.

Edit: Would also like to add a tablet mount for lazy bed gamers. Position it above your face, take off the Joycons, and relish in the comfort while feeling like you're in Wall-E.

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/King_Obvious_III · 25 pointsr/CampingGear

These things are a gimmick. Trust me, you'll have a decently hard time charging up 10000 mah with a 21watt anker folding solar panel, but these things dont do jack. Not only that, but lithium ion batteries are not build to withstand the heat that would be required in keeping that battery in direct sunlight for the extended amount of time it would require to actually charge it. I played this game already and learned the hard way. Get THIS and a multipurpose battery like THIS and save yourself the heartache.

u/ghan13 · 24 pointsr/Nexus6P

I use this one. It's been really great for me. It has a C slot and it comes with a C to C cable so it's capable of rapid charging. Lot of milliamps so you get quite a bit of use when it's fully charged.

u/productfred · 23 pointsr/Nexus6P

Aukey is a trustworthy brand, similar to Anker. I use their chargers and their 10000 mah aluminum QC2.0 battery (though obviously it doesn't do QC2.0 on the 6P). I'm waiting for a discount on this (below), since my philosophy is that if you're charging your phone with an external battery, chances are your battery is low. Which means you need a quick charge.

u/compubrain3000 · 23 pointsr/OculusQuest

Just wanted to say that this mod is essential for any Quest owner. I found the headset to be unbearable no matter how much I adjusted the straps there was just too much pressure on my forehead and cheeks. Decided to give the counterweight mod a try and it is definitely a game changer. There is no more pressure on the face and I can wear the headset for hours now with no discomfort.

If you find the headset uncomfortable then you owe it to yourself to try this mod.

Edit: Here are the links to the velcro I used and the power bank.

u/dcdttu · 22 pointsr/iphone

Get a Type-C Power Delivery (PD) battery and a Type-C charging cable. It’ll charge your phone so fast your head will spin.

Anker PowerCore 10000 PD,...

That’s what I have.

u/G2geo94 · 22 pointsr/oldpeoplefacebook

Yeah seriously. If I so very well wished, I could carry two days of battery power for my phone, tablet, even laptop and light, on the lower pockets of them!

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/supah · 21 pointsr/GameDeals

7.50 at amazon for B1+B2 pack (you can activate it on Steam)

u/link270 · 21 pointsr/gadgets

I got this little guy first:

AUKEY 20000mAh Portable Charger with Lightning and Micro-USB Input, 3.4A Dual USB Output for iPhone 7/7 Plus, Samsung and More

It’s a fantastic pack for a decent price, plus it has a lightning input, which is cool if you use iOS devices. It’ll charge the switch, but it’s slow and it won’t charge while you play.

USB C Portable Charger RAVPower 20100 Power Bank QC 3.0 Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 20100mAh Input & Output Type C Battery Pack for Macbook, Nexus 6, iPhone and More

This is the second one I got. It’s been fantastic! It’ll charge great during play as long as you use the usb c output. As for cables, I just got a usb C to usb C cable from Anker, they do great cables, try to get a gen 1 or gen 2 usb C too. (There’s different speeds and power capabilities on usb c cables, it’s a little confusing. )

USB C Power Bank RAVPower 26800 PD Portable Charger 26800mAh(Faster Recharged in 4.5 Hours &USB-C Input, 30W Type-C Output)for Nintendo Switch, USB Type-C Laptops, 2016 MacBook Power Delivery Support

I also noticed his guy, which HAS PD so it’d be even faster. There are also the power core+ from Anker with PD, but they are a little more expensive from what I saw right now.

u/somesinwong · 21 pointsr/gadgets

There's this one I've been eyeballing on amazon. PD USB Type C Portable Charger RAVPower 26800mAh Power Bank (Faster Recharged in 4.5 Hours with USB-C Input; 30W USB C Output; 30W Type-C AC Charger; Dual iSmart 2.0 USB Ports) For Phones, Macbook 12"

u/JRidz · 20 pointsr/Ultralight

Just wrote this as a comment on another sub and thought it might be useful to someone here.

Rundown of my experience with the power banks I own:

Klarus CH1X

  • This is my short trip/minimalist charger, but can be expanded with swappable 18650 batteries. Some battery brands include USB ports integrated into the batteries for recharging as well.
  • With a 3.6k mAh battery, comes in at 2.9oz. I can add another battery to double the capacity to 7.2k mAh and 4.7oz, or a third battery for 10.6k and 6.5oz. At this point, it’s more about the flexibility than weight savings.

    Anker Powercore 10k

  • When I just want to toss in a bank for 3-4 days and have enough juice to run my iphone, AppleWatch and headlamp while taking photos, video and tracking my route with a GPS app.
  • The lightest integrated bank at this capacity that I’ve found, and regularly $25 on Amazon.
  • 10k mAh and 6.35oz

    Anker Powercore 10k PD

  • I recently went on a 2 week backpacking trip on the John Muir Trail, which included stopping into civilization for burgers and charge ups. The standard battery banks take the better part of a day to recharge, but these newer “PD” banks use USB-C connections and higher wattage charging adapters to cut that down to less than 4 hours. This worked wonderfully at Red’s Meadow while we ate and resupplied.
  • A tad heavier than the older powercore and at a premium of $45 (got mine on Amazon Day sale though), plus the price and weight of an 18W charger.
  • 10k mAh and 6.7oz.
  • I can also add the other Anker 10k for a total of 20k mAh and 13oz, if you’re rocking a YouTube level video production.

    Bonus item: Lixada “10W” Solar Panel

  • Im not a fan of the bulky and heavy name brand solar chargers, but I f you’re not sucking down huge amounts of power every day, a cheap and light supplemental solar panel like this is a great addition. I’ve tested this several times on open (minimal shade) trails, plugged into the Anker while I hike and it does a surprisingly good job of topping off the bank or getting extra mA before needing to recharge on longer trips.
  • Trim some of the extra plastic off to save another ounce of weight. Do the math by pairing it with a smaller bank and you can come in at the same weight or less than a higher capacity bank.
  • Real world output of 3W and 2.75oz trimmed.
  • I plan on trying this out with the Klarus to see if I can get a sub 6oz solution that can be indefinitely sustainable (given the proper conditions).
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/deltablue802 · 18 pointsr/buildapcsales

I have this power bank, AMA.

USB A --> "5V/3.1A Total (Each 2.4A Max)" -----> I'm not sure what this means exactly
USB C --> 5V/3A Max ---------------------------------- > 15W max, which is pretty good (Apple fast charge uses 18W)

Bonus: a MicroUSB to USB A cable is included.

The battery pack can be recharged through three different ways:

  1. MicroUSB [slowest]
  2. USB C [faster]
  3. MicroUSB + USB C (simultaneously) [fastest, but the battery heats up slightly & this may degrade its lifespan]

    Battery Life indicator:
    4 dots = charge level between 100% & 75%
    3 dots = charge level between 75% & 50%


    Heads up! There is a variant of this power bank (<----link) where the USB C port is actually USB-PD [30W Max Draw] (the one listed above is a plain USB C port [15W Max Draw]) making it better suited for intensive power draw, such as gaming with the Nintendo Switch. [It has the same capacity, just a slightly different design.]

    It also currently has a 30% discount which leads to a final price of 53.19 + tax (Thanks to u/bbaarrr for point it out)
u/vplatt · 16 pointsr/GameDeals

Nice post! It looks like you posted the body of it three times though on the 7/28 prices:


Here's a version with dupes removed: Civ IV Complete - $14.99 - DRM Free Civ V - $14.99 - Steam Grand Theft Auto IV - $9.99 - non steam version Borderlands GOTY Dreamcast Collection - $4.99 - Not Steam Civ V GOTY - $24.99 - Steam Darkness II - $12.49 - Steam 2K Mega Pack - $39.99 - Mixed back on DRM 2K Shooter Pack - $19.99 Duke Nukem + Borderlands GOTY Steam, Bioshock 1+2 Not 2K Strategy Pack - $19.99 Civ V Steam, Civ IV and Stronghold Collection not Civ IV & V Pack - $11.99 - Civ V Steam Civ IV not Max Payne 3 - $29.99 Not Steam Rockstar Classics - $14.99 - None Steam Bioshock Dual Pack - $7.49 - Non-Steam version (both correct?) Bioshock Dual Pack - $7.49 - Steam version X-Com Collection - $2.99 Civ IV Complete - $14.99 - Steam Spec Ops The Line - $24.99 - Steam Grand Theft Auto IV - $9.99 - Steam Version Rockstar Classics (All Steam) - $14.99 - All Steam 2K Strategy Pack - $19.99 - All Steam 2K Shooter Pack - All Steam - $19.99 2K Mega Pack - $39.99 - All Steam except CivCity Rome Virtua Tennis 4 - $4.99 - not steam Sega Sports Spectacular - $12.49 - Virtua Tennis 4 not steam Total War Bundle - $29.99 - Some steam

u/jooxii · 16 pointsr/iphone

$50 is more than enough for a wireless charger; it shouldn't cost that much.

I like this one. It's from Anker so it's quality, and it is wireless fast charge capable. When Apple updates the X to support fast charging, you are covered:

There is also a cheaper version without the fast charging:

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/Scarzio · 14 pointsr/GooglePixel

I actually have two, one I carry with me day to day, and another that I leave in my laptop/Switch bag.

One I carry in my bag - USB C Power Bank RAVPower 20100 Portable Charger, it's got a huge capacity and works with other USB C devices.

My everyday carry - Type-C / USB-C Input & Output Lumsing QC 3.0 13400 mAh, This one is much smaller than the one above and very pocket friendly. but still has a really nice capacity for multiple charges.

Edit: Forgot to mention that the RavPower one occasionally goes on sale for about $35 which is what I got mine for.

u/TrailJunky · 14 pointsr/Ultralight

Anker has finally come out with a 10000mah PD power bank and its only 6.8oz!

u/Masterchiefg7 · 13 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Grab a portable battery pack! I have this one And I love it. Easily 3-4 extra charges, or like 10-12 more hours, minimum

u/Billy1121 · 13 pointsr/TwoXChromosomes

Im confused, did she get drunk alone at a sushi bar with no way home?

If you have a purse buy this:

It can charge a phone like 4 times! So handy. There are smallwr lighter models too

u/aurorafluxic · 13 pointsr/Nexus6P

Don't forget the certified 3A Type-C wall-charger they make as well!

$15.99 normally, $12.99 with code ZCU2CZDC

I jumped on this deal when AP posted it, but heads up; the promo codes don't stack properly. If you want both a cable and a wall charger, you need to order them separately for the codes to work. Don't worry, Amazon groups them together into one shipment on their own without you needing to specify.

I'm really looking forward to my set; paying $25 for a wall charger from Google kinda felt like the suck.

u/Tagzation · 13 pointsr/iphone

I recommend this one from Anker. I ordered 3 before my 8 arrived and I've been loving it.

u/iamGandalfTheBlack · 13 pointsr/gaming

Well actually you can get Bioshock 1 & 2 in a pack from Amazon for $7.49 with Steam keys. Link is here

u/Siatverbal · 13 pointsr/GameDeals

| Name | --Price-- | --%-- | --Save-- | --DRM-- |
| X3 Terran Conflict | $4.00 | 75% | $11.99 | STEAM |
| Worms Ultimate Mayhem | $4.49 | 70% | $10.50 | STEAM |
| Sacred Citadel | $4.95 | 67% | $10.04 | STEAM |
| BIT.TRIP CORE | $4.99 | 50% | $5.00 | STEAM |
| Rogue Trooper | $4.99 | 50% | $5.00 | STEAM |
| Need for Speed: The Run | $4.99 | 75% | $15.00 | Origin |
| Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army | $4.99 | 67% | $10.00 | STEAM |
| SimCity 4 Deluxe Edition | $4.99 | 75% | $15.00 | Origin |
| Grotesque Tactics 2 Dungeons and Donuts | $4.99 | 75% | $15.00 | STEAM |
BIT.TRIP RUNNER | $4.99 | 50% | $5.00 | STEAM |
| PixelJunk Eden | $4.99 | 50% | $5.00 | STEAM |
| Dungeon Siege II | $4.99 | 83% | $25.00 | STEAM |
| Saints Row: The Third | $4.99 | 88% | $35.00 | STEAM |
| Viking Battle for Asgard | $4.99 | 67% | $10.00 | STEAM |
| Victoria II | $4.99 | 75% | $15.00 | STEAM |
| BIT.TRIP BEAT | $4.99 | 50% | $5.00 | STEAM |
| The Last Remnant | $4.99 | 67% | $10.00 | STEAM |
| Dungeon Siege 3 Pack | $4.99 | 83% | $24.99 | STEAM |
| Mount & Blade: Warband | $4.99 | 75% | $15.00 | STEAM |
| Prototype | $4.99 | 75% | $15.00 | STEAM |
| R.I.P.D.: The Game | $4.99 | 50% | $5.00 | STEAM |
| Tony Hawk's Pro Skater HD | $4.99 | 50% | $5.00 | STEAM |
| Bioshock Dual Pack | $4.99 | 88% | $34.99 | STEAM |
| GRID | $4.99 | 67% | $10.00 | STEAM |
| The Showdown Effect | $5.00 | 50% | $4.99 | STEAM |
X3 Reunion | $5.00 | 50% | 4.99 | STEAM |
| A Game Of Dwarves | $5.00 | 50% | $4.99 | STEAM |
| Magicka Collection | $5.00 | 75% | $14.99 | STEAM |
| The Kings' Crusade | $5.00 | 75% | $14.99 | STEAM |
| Alien Breed Trilogy | $5.79 | 75% | 17.20 | STEAM |
| Mass Effect 3 | $5.99 | 70% | $14.00 | Origin |
| Thief in the shadows pack | $5.99 | 78% | $20.98 | STEAM |
| Aliens: Colonial Marines | $5.99 | 70% | $14.00 | STEAM |
| Binary Domain | $5.99 | 76% | $19.00 | STEAM |
| Sonic Generations | $5.99 | 80% | $24.00 | Steam |
| Worms Reloaded Game of the Year Edition | $5.99 | 76% | $19.00 | STEAM |
| The Bridge | $5.99 | 60% | $9.00 | STEAM |
| Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed | $5.99 | 70% | $14.00 | STEAM |
| The Walking Dead | $6.24 | 75% | $18.75 | Steam |
| SpellForce 2 Faith in Destiny Digital Deluxe Edition | $6.25 | 75% | $18.74 | STEAM |
| Dirt 3 | $6.29 | 75% | $18.70 | STEAM |
| Hearts of Iron III Collection | $7.49 | 75% | $22.50 | STEAM |
| Saints Row the Third - The Full Package | $7.49 | 85% | $42.50 | Steam |
| Test Drive: Ferrari Racing Legends | $7.49 | 75% | $22.59 | STEAM |
| Burnout Paradise Pack | $7.49 | 75% | $22.49 | Origin |
| Singularity | $7.49 | 75% | $22.50 | STEAM |
| Age of Empires III Complete Collection | $7.49 | 81% | $32.50 | Steam |
| Mass Effect 3 Digital Deluxe Version | $7.49 | 75% | $22.50 | Origin |
| 5-Game Arcade/Indie Pack (Deadlight,Mark of Ninja, Toy Soldiers and 2 others | $7.49 | 89% | $62.46 | Steam |
| Fable Bundle | $7.49 | 85% | $41.44 | STEAM |
| Worms Revolution Season Pass | $7.49 | 50% | $7.50 | Steam |
| Risen bundle | $7.49 | 75% | $22.49 | STEAM |
| Worms Revolution | $7.49 | 50% | $7.50 | Steam |
| Dirt Showdown | $7.49 | 75% | $22.50 | STEAM |
| Painkiller Hell & Damnation Collector's Edition | $7.50 | 75% | $22.49 | Steam |
| East India Company Collection | $7.50 | 75% | $22.49 | STEAM |
| Sleeping Dogs DLC Pack | $7.99 | 75% | $23.91 | Steam |
| Syndicate - 2 Pack | $7.99 | 80% | $31.99 | Origin |
| Chivalry: Medieval Warfare | $8.49 | 66% | $16.50 | Steam |
| Command & Conquer The Ultimate Collection | $8.99 | 55% | $11.00 | Origin |
| Medal of Honor Warfighter pack (Game + DLC) | $9.79 | 67% | $20.19 | Origin |

u/exjr_ · 13 pointsr/apple

I’m probably getting Samsung’s Wireless Charger (Fast Charge) or this one

u/TFouster · 12 pointsr/GameDeals

I'd wait for Dark Souls: Prepare To Die Edition ($7.49). I bought it and I love it, but you need a controller since it's a straightforward port, but also if you're not into first person action RPGs, then maybe Bioshock 1 and 2 ($4.99) or Batman Arkham GOTY Pack ($11.49) for action. Then there's Microsoft 5-Game Arcade/Indie Pack ($9.99) if you want to go casual (or just get Mark of the Ninja ($3.75) from it). Some people like The Storming, Burning, Reflecting, Flaming, Sabotaging Pack ($9.99).

If you like strategy games, I'd either look at the Paradox bundles or wait for X-COM and Civ V Gold because I think they'll be cheaper later this month. Oh, and there's the Sonic Action Pack ($9.99) if you like platformers. I don't myself, but Generations make it a great deal for $10.

u/JumboJellybean · 12 pointsr/NoStupidQuestions

You can, for $10.59 on Amazon.

u/macetheface · 12 pointsr/preppers

Wow so this is fake? Seems to have pretty good reviews and fakespot gives it a B. Interesting...

u/lament · 12 pointsr/Nexus6P

Curious as well. This one says it will charge the 6P rapidly. Anyone have that one?

u/tec_geek · 12 pointsr/iphone

So far the mophie or the Belkin wireless charger is certified or recommended (thus, the higher pricing?) .

But the other Qi wireless charger are so far so good.

This is the one I’m using and it’s great so far.
iPhone X Wireless Charger, Seneo Standard Qi Wireless Charger(No AC Adapter) for iPhone X 8 8 Plus, Fast Wireless Charger Pad Stand for Samsung Galaxy Note 8/5 S8/S8 Plus S7/S7 Edge S6 Edge Plus

EDIT: I used to get the flat wireless charging but changed over to the stand like the one in the link, cause it allows me to charge and use my phone, at the same unlocking via Face ID.

u/demfiils · 12 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

This Anker battery pack is what I'm looking at. It has quick charge 3.0 too, so it is more than sufficient to power the Switch for at least another 2 gaming sessions! :D

EDIT -- the Switch is not quick charge compatible

u/Gallo12orGallo24 · 12 pointsr/iphone

I've always liked Anker products and they have one on Amazon Anker Wireless Charger Charging Pad for iPhone 8 / 8 Plus, iPhone X, Nexus 5 / 6 / 7, and Other Devices, Provides Fast-Charging for Galaxy S8/ S8+/ S7 / S7 edge / S6 edge+, and Note 5

u/GreenEyedDemon · 12 pointsr/GooglePixel

I've been using the Anker PowerCore+ for a couple months and it has been great with my OG Pixel. It charges through USB C and the USB C port also rapid charges my phone. No complaints so far. I haven't tried using the USB A to C cable to charge my phone, so I can't comment on if it causes quick charging as well.

u/mundozeo · 12 pointsr/Switch

Be mindful of what accessories you personally need. People needs are different. The only global accessories that seem to be useful to everyone:

  1. A screen protector. This applies to pretty much any tablet accessory where the screen is not covered by design (like the 3DS clam shell). This is the one I got and it works well ($9.00):

  2. A carrying case. Being portable, odds are you will want to take it out at some point. Seeing it's an expensive piece of hardware, it makes sense to have a case to put everything in it for protection. You can buy the neat ones with colors and crazy designs and space, but for me, this basic one works perfectly fine ($13.00):

  3. An extra charger. Unless you already have a Type C charger, you will likely want to get one. Usually goes for $15.00.

  4. If, and ONLY if you plan to get your games digitally, you WILL want an additional memory card. The one I paste below has enough space for at least 20 games given the average game space that we've seen so far (BoTW takes 14 GB, but Mario Odyssey takes 5.5 Gb, so in average, it evens out.). Note this is only the games you can have installed at a time, you can always remove one or more if you want to download another one, and games you purchase digitally will always be available for re download as long as the eshop exists.

    Any other accessory should REALLY be considered on a need-to basis. Not everyone needs a pro controller (depending on the games you play, I've been fine without it with only BoTW, Mario Kart, Fate/Extella and Mario+Rabbids.), and not everyone needs an extra, improved stand/dock.

    Finally, do some research on what games you will actually want to play. What I've seen is that games on the switch are NOT cheap, and unless you have extra disposable income, buying a game you don't really play can lower your overall appreciation of the system. Not only that, but because releases are sparse at the moment, it's easier to jump into the hype in order to keep using your shiny new hardware. Though that really applies to any console.
u/bimmerci · 11 pointsr/GameDeals

I just bought bioshock 1 and 2 on amazon right now for $5.

There's also a deal for all three for $35.

u/dragon_rckr · 11 pointsr/lgv20

Android takes a little getting used to but you'll see that you can do sooo much more out of the box.
Get familiar with the 2nd screen as it's a big help. It takes a bit of time to get used to it... I sometime forget it's there and still unlock to skip songs and whatnot. You can set different apps for shortcut, a set of setting, music controls, etc. If you're sticking with LG's home screen then go settings>home screen>select home screen and choose Home & app drawer to have the way Android was meant to be used XD. The factory style gives more of an iOS feel with all apps on the home screen which to me is a lot of clutter. I have Nova paid (aka prime) and haven't switched to it yet...
Headphones... get a good pair to take advantage of the HiFi DAC. Good pair doesn't mean high impedance or pricey. I use Meze 12 Classics and they sound so freaking good with this phone! They're also sexy af imo lol They'll set you back $59 which to me is a good price point for everyday use IMEs. Another that is being recommended a lot are the 1More Triple Driver IMEs. These set you back $89. The HiFi DAC only works with wired case you didn't know.
Another thing to consider is either getting LG's battery pack and cradle combo or a battery pack. I have Anker's 10000mah QC 3 battery pack and it gives me around 3 charges on my V20. Prefer this to be taking off the case, cover, swapping batteries and putting everything back together -___-
That brings us to cases... get one ASAP if you haven't already. There's a lot of choices out there. I have the Spigen Tough Armor with kickstand and it's been great. Sleek and the kickstand is pretty functional with my only gripe with it being plastic....Spigen, Rinke and Urban Armour are three of the most recommended cases. Check reviews and pick the one that best suites your needs. Haven't gotten a screen protector as of yet... there hasn't been one that covers the whole screen or wraps around the edges with the V20 having a slight curved screen.

Another thing I always do is settings>fingerprint and security>unknown sources to On. This will let you install apps out of the play store.

Also, Reddit is a great community to get good and quick answers.

FYI - Links provided above for the things I recommended on Amazon.

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/thirtynation · 11 pointsr/geek

It's a powerful little array. Even at less than ideal angles I can get 1.5 amps out of it, which matches some (shitty) wall/car chargers.

For some anecdotal numbers: I had it zip tied to the roof of my car during a music festival and it could charge my 20k anker from zero to almost full over the course of the day. This was while keeping it in one "ideal" spot on the roof centered around noon, I did not keep adjusting it throughout the day.

u/Innovator_ · 11 pointsr/electricdaisycarnival

Anker is my recommended brand.

Anker PowerCore+ 20100 USB-C, Ultra-High Capacity Premium Portable Charger, 20100mAh External Battery, 6A Output Type-C Port for USB-C MacBooks, Nexus 6P/5X & PowerIQ for iPhone, iPad, Samsung & More

Lasts me the whole weekend.

u/ExternalUserError · 11 pointsr/onebag

Your budget is probably not realistic. The Anker PowerCore+ 20100 charges and discharges via USB C, has two additional USB A ports for other devices, and offers 20100mAh. I had and loved that power bank until an improperly closed water bottle led to its early demise.

It's $70 USD, or about twice your budget.

Closer to your budget would be a Mophie Powerstation Plus Mini with USB C. It even has a little built-in cable. I got one of those because it's pocketable. It works, but it doesn't ensure days of travel the way the Anker CorePower+ 20100 monster does.

But 10+mAh, USB C PD, and decent quality on your budget? You won't find it.

u/emailrob · 10 pointsr/GooglePixel

I've been happy with the Ravpower one. It works with my Switch and rapid charges the Pixel 2 XL no problem. Takes a little while to charge, but they're all like that.

My house, as of yet, has not burned down.

u/TheProfessorX · 10 pointsr/Nexus6P

Been using this one about six months with no issues.

USB C Portable Charger RAVPower 20100 Power Bank QC 3.0 Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 20100mAh Input & Output Type C Battery Pack for Macbook, Nexus 6, iPhone and More

u/WarpedFlayme · 10 pointsr/Games

You know, I'd swear I've seen at least one before that supports USB PD 2.0 (variable voltage and amperage for higher overall power levels (watts)) but now that I'm looking I can't find any. Maybe I'm wrong. Either way, any good battery pack that has a Type C port will be able to put out 15W (5V x 3A).

That's the comment I was about to post but as I was search for example Type C batteries to list, I found one that supports USB PD!

Here you go! RAVPower 30W 26,800mAh battery
Capable of 15W, 18W, and 30W output (and input) over Type C (with compatible device/charger) generated at 5V/3A, 9V/2A, and 15V/2A or 20V/1.5A, respectively (VxA=W).

If you're looking for just a Type C battery that doesn't support USB PD, there are plenty from good brands like Anker, Aukey, and Tronsmart that support the standard 15W (5V/3A) charging. Just look on Amazon.

Found another, though it is apparently no longer available. Like I said, limited market right now.
Anker PowerCore Speed 20000 PD

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/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/ilovepie · 10 pointsr/GameDeals

There's a pack on Amazon, both for $7.99.

Long url for some reason

u/GrenobleLyon · 10 pointsr/france

Abonnement Gratuit pendant 6 Mois à Digiposte+ @ Laposte

Les 2 journalistes de Next inpact & sont envoyés spéciaux au Computex à Taiwan. Ils tweetent des photos sympa de Taipei :-)

roaming en UE Bouygues moins généreux que le roaming Orange/Sosh : 10 Go en Europe pour un forfait 50 Go en France (Bouygues). Sosh : 40 Go en Europe pour un forfait 40 Go en France

sortie des téls Lenovo Moto G5 & G5+ en France (excellent rapport qualité/prix) testés par l'émission AndroMag sur

Victor Jachimovicz (ancien directeur des labos fnac) a présenté les batteries mais les batteries les + grosses ne sont pas les plus puissantes :-(

Il existait cette batterie 50 000 mAh mais elle n'est pas compatible avec tous les PC :-(

Si quelqu'un connait des grosses batteries externes pour PC n'hésitez pas à partager.

Avec le dock propriétaire sur les Surface Pro 5 Microsoft fait comme Apple avec le lightning : enfermer les consommateurs (au lieu d'utiliser le standard USB C :-(

Google Assistant dispo sur Mac avec un logiciel (cf article de FrAndroid)

lancement du téléphone Meizu M5c mais les Xiaomi sont mieux (32 Go au lieu de 16 Go sur le Meizu)

sortie de Qobuz hi-res à 350€/an

l'appareil Google Home (concurrent d'Amazon Echo) dispo officiellement & à un prix correct (129£ = 150€) en Angleterre sur au lieu des 185€ en import des US

Les Youtubeurs expliqués aux parents (France 4) : notre petit lexique de YouTube !

Rediffusion : mercredi 31 mai à 23:40.

les gammes Motorola (Moto e, Moto c, Moto g, Moto x, Moto Z) ont fuité

smartphone haut de gamme borderless d'Andy Rubin sera présenté le 30 mai.

téléphone Honor 9 : son nouveau design et ses 6 Go de RAM sont confirmés

caméra lapin Netgear avec haut parleur pour parler à distance à ses enfants présenté au MedPi à Monaco la semaine dernière :-D

u/psyche77 · 10 pointsr/Surface

There's nothing special about an SB powerbank, just needs DC out and the pro3/4/sb connector (and enough capacity for your particular needs). I have the QI and it can charge my SP3 2.5 times and my SB 1+ times.

Qi-infinity8482 cable included.

Intocircuit 26000mAh cable separate.

Lizone® QC 35000mAh cable separate.

eta /u/ygthb 's great suggestion:

MAXOAK 50000mAh 6 Port(5/12/20v)

u/laserob · 10 pointsr/Vive

I bought this one which works well and even fits snug into the HTC clip.

u/HerrBadger · 10 pointsr/iphone

I’ve bought 5 of these flat Anker ones, you have to put the middle of the phone on the pad, but I find that I never mis-position it. Got 3 at home, 1 at work and 1 at my fiancé’s work:

Never had an issue, been going strong for about 5 months.

u/beth6han · 9 pointsr/Dashcam

There are lots of dashcams now with parking mode by motion detection, they are not all very good at it though. One of the best I think is the Blackvue DR 3500 FHD dashcam. This is a tubular shaped, all black dashcam that makes for a very stealth installation so that there is little danger of it being noticed and perhaps stolen. This dashcam is recommended by the North American distributor of Blackvue and other quality dashcams as the very best for its motion detection function, and it is affordable.

The dashcam records in high definition 1080P resolution and will take an extended video storage card up to 126GB which means that it will hold over 40hrs of video before starting to loop and record over itself.

This dashcam will serve you well as far as reliability, video quality and dependability, however, you must be aware that there are limitations with any dashcam as to what they can see, since they are in a fixed position in your car.

The next thing you have to consider is how you are going to 'power it up' for a couple of days at a time, it certainly cannot run off your car battery for that long. There are several battery packs that are available but they must be hardwired to your fuse panel, and even then, they depend on you running the car for a period of time. Are you saying that your car is going to sit in the parking lot without moving for a couple of days?

If you don't want to hardwire the dashcam you could use a palm-sized portable power bank which should be good for a couple of days before needing to be recharged.

Here are some links to battery packs, power banks and hardwire kits. Battery Pack Parking Mode Guide Hardwire Kit Power Bank Dashcam

u/Batata-Face · 9 pointsr/Vive
u/wobblydavid · 9 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

That's the one I got but it was $20 cheaper than it is now. Watch r/nintendoswitchdeals and pay attention to the comments. There's a guy that rates all battery packs and compares them. So far it's great. Charges it fast.

u/hotandchevy · 9 pointsr/onebag

Anker are really good. I have the 20,000mAh USB-C power delivery ones. It's a lot more reasonably priced and is just small enough to be pocket sized (if a bit heavy). Get two of them instead.

I have 4 lined up for my vandweller weekends away and holiday/home visit flights and they are excellent and going strong a year later.

I use them for Nintendo Switch (probably closest in power requirements as your lappy), 2x Samsung S8, pico projector, interior lights, bluetooth speaker.

u/KitsuneK · 9 pointsr/TheSilphRoad

Just bough this my self Anker PowerCore+ 20100 USB-C/Type-C

u/dragonfalcon · 9 pointsr/bicycletouring

The Anker 21W solar charger trickle charging in to a battery works pretty well. Use the battery as your main source of power, and top it up with the solar if in the wilderness/as a backup. The battery will easily give you multiple phone charges, and the solar panel can top the battery up pretty well. I had no problems with the panel strapped across the top of my panniers and trickle charging the battery all day.

u/PopWhatMagnitude · 9 pointsr/lgg6

Anker PowerCore Speed 20000mAh Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 & PowerIQ Portable Charger, with Quick Charge Recharging

A bunch on Amazon from trusted brands. I posted the largest Anker one with QC3 I saw with a quick glance.

u/pharmacist10 · 9 pointsr/Vive

I'm firmly on the side of yes, totally worth it (Vive Pro + wireless).

You do need a beefy CPU to handle it without any issues though -- what do you have? I have a [email protected] and have had zero issues with it in every game so far (including a heavily modified skyrimVR, and lightly modded Fallout 4 VR). Appearance and performance vs. wired has been the same for me.

The only other consideration is the stock battery only lasts about 1.5 hours. You can buy 3rd party, higher capacity batteries that last way longer. I use this one which lasts about 4 hours. It also fits the little belt clip that comes with the stock battery. You can use any battery like that just so long it is QC 3.0.

Even if you have a small play space, being able to move, turn and twist without the cable being in the way is just amazing. It seems like a small benefit, but it really drives immersion even further.

u/MatNomis · 9 pointsr/NintendoSwitchDeals

I've looked it up in the past, I'll do it again. I'm 99% certain these two powerbanks are identical. The extra 100mah seems to be irrelevant, and just part of the naming more than anything else.

Anker PowerCore Speed 20000

Anker PowerCore 20100 Switch Edition

Note: I provided Amazon links for uniformity's sake. Right now, the Amazon price on the Switch edition is very expensive, at $150. I think it's usually $90-$100 at the brick and mortars (Best Buy, Target, etc..)

The non-sale prices are typically very similar (barring Amazon's really high price on the Switch-branded one), with the main difference is that the unbranded one includes a PD USB-C AC Adapter, which is very handy if you don't have an extra one. The Switch's AC adapter works beautifully, but depending on your setup, it may not be convenient to be taking that around (e.g. for me, I have mine more or less permanently plugged into my dock--it's a pain to move it around frequently). Charging these banks with a USB-A to USB-C cable and a standard USB3 port (even a power-boosted one) takes a very long time. Charging via a proper USB-C to USB-C cable and a sufficiently juicy PD-capable AC adapter speeds up charging dramatically.

(edit: reorganized my paragraphs for better flow; added sentence about the Switch's AC adapter)

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/Dadarian · 8 pointsr/Android

Might I consider a Qi charging station that lifts the phone to a standing position?

If I sat my phone like that on my desk, my face should be in pretty perfect view. I wouldn't mind buying 3 of these for the bedroom, computer desk, and office desk.

u/Blackmagician · 8 pointsr/lgv20
Has saved me so many times, can't really think about going without it now. Keep it in my bag or jacket pocket.

u/[deleted] · 8 pointsr/GalaxyNote8

I second this! Had some time to put it under heavy use while away from a power adapter for a full day, but last week that I was traveling and I needed it for the whole day, it seemed that battery was depleting much faster than before.

Anyway... I love this Power Bank which has quick charging. Had saved my day many times.

u/breezytrees · 8 pointsr/NintendoSwitchDeals

I went with the pro gaming elite bundle and it's a game changer.

I also bought this ravpower 26800 powerbank which the case was specifically made to fit and it fits like a glove.

It can also fit a spare set of joycons (complete with the bumpers attached), an 8bit sn30pro, this portable dock, and this small charger, complete with all cables required except the hdmi cable.

Full disclosure, that dock and compact charger works with latest switch firmware, but the dock has died once already and was replaced under warranty by the manufacturer. If I were to do it again I'd probably switch to the bionic all in one dock that includes charger, hdmi cable, and everything.

Edit: Bonus: I also attached a pro controller to the unit via this molded controller case attached to the satisfy case via the provided carabiner - or I would if this particular part of my setup wasn’t stolen.

u/GuyYouKnowFrmNowhere · 8 pointsr/GooglePixel

This is what I have It caused me no issues over a year of use on both Pixel 1 and Nexus 5X.

I've since upgraded to a car that has Android auto so I only keep it as a backup charger if someone else needs to charge quickly. So I couldn't tell you about its performance with the Pixel 2, but it should be very similar if not identical to the Pixel 1 experience.

u/TheJudgeOfThings · 8 pointsr/Nexus6P

This one is the most consistent, and works as advertised.

Does 3A + 2.4A

Nekteck 5.4A USB C Car Charger with Integrated Built-in USB-C 3.1 Cord For Apple MacBook 12 inch, Nokia N1, Nexus 5X 6P, OnePlus 2 and More, Black

Have done hours of testing now.

Max amps recorded to a 6P has been 2880mAh. So far this has been the best of the chargers I've tested for the Type-C phones.

I'm was originally concerned with its output consistency, but it does charge at rates comparable to the stock charger and throttles appropriately.

The cable itself is very thin compared to the official cable, but doesn't feel poorly made.

The device itself is very nice, with chamfered edges, and a chrome bevel. There is a tiny white LED as well. It's not annoying.

This definitely beats out the "red chargers", even the Vinsic that Benson reviewed. I have tested that one as well and it cannot handle two devices, nor can it match this chargers consistency.

u/mrahole · 8 pointsr/Nexus6P

Here ya go

$12.99 with code ZCU2CZDC posted later in the thread by /u/aurorafluxic

u/Laetteralus · 8 pointsr/Steam

Bioshock Franchise Pack -Amazon

Redeems on Steam can't get any lower.

u/asnom · 8 pointsr/gaming

I noticed Bioshock is top rated on steam. Steam has the package of both Bioshock and Bioshock 2 for $20. On the other hand, Amazon has the same bundle for 7.49 with steam codes. That's less than either game.

u/zakl2112 · 8 pointsr/gaming

nice! I made that purchase as well and followed it up with Bioschock 1+2 dual pack on Amazon for $5

u/pixie-army · 8 pointsr/bicycletouring

The EasyAcc or Anker battery packs would be much better. The 20K models can charge a smart phone like 6 times (charges my Galaxy S5 ~7 times), weigh less than a pound for 20K and below, have a built in flashlight, can charge like 4 devices at once, and you don't have to worry about replacing AA batteries, or have cheap cables / connections wrapped around elastic bands haha. And they take the same A/C power as your cell phone, so only need one charger for both.

And they cost like $30 - $40 for the 20K models. (example) Probably cheaper in the long run than stocking up (or replacing) rechargeables. Seems like a no brainer to me. OPs idea is fun, but it's kind of pointless with better options available.

u/rtwpsom2 · 8 pointsr/gaming

I bought three of these for a road trip with two of my sons and all their electronic distractions and have not been disappointed with them at all. I bought one of these for each of them and they charge up completely in less than 4-5 hours. We would drive for 6 hours a day, they would play on their kindles and the switch and charge them off these powerbanks. I'd charge them back up at the hotels at night and repeat the next day. They lasted surprisingly well for two weeks of hard use and are still working just fine.

u/angry_dingo · 8 pointsr/GalaxyS8

I have this one. Anker 20100 with USBC charging port

u/xgordogatox · 7 pointsr/Nexus6P

Honestly I wouldn't get a solar battery pack. They're too small and sometimes don't even charge past 50%. Look for a usb solar panel (Anker or Nektech) and add a good battery pack (again anker or ravpower) 20,000 mAh or more. Charge your phone and battery pack during the day. At night use the battery pack.

u/browndizzle · 7 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

My suggestion for everyone, reasonable price and high quality (brand tested by the Google Engineer, approved. I also tested the outputs with my own multimeter and noted they meet spec after reading all about his comments):

6 ft USB 3 to USB-C:

3 pack 6ft USB 3 to USB-C:

Portable battery pack that I got for my future switch (includes all needed cables):

edit: I was intrigued by the power meter linked above from satechi. I ordered it, will test that device to and see what the devices/cables I have output through it. Probably take more than a week to get to Canada, and it cost an arm and a leg to ship.

u/archon810 · 7 pointsr/Android

> I recently purchased the Anker PowerCore 20100 USB-C PD external battery

Except he clearly states it does. "I recently purchased the Anker PowerCore 20100 USB-C PD external battery"

Edit: OP needs to clarify if he's talking about, which has PD, or, which does not.

Either way, I have both, and they both work with my Pixel XL. The PD one is slightly better because you can actually turn it off, whereas the regular one, you need to wait for it to time out (in order to charge it, if it's already on).

u/higgs_bosom · 7 pointsr/mac

One factor that's nice about the 12" is that you can power it all day from high end external power bricks because of the low power consumption. It's really nice to have guaranteed all day battery life, especially if you like to tether and work outside.

I'd say go to an Apple Store and buy whatever model you like, and if you aren't satisfied return/exchange it within the 14-day window.

u/Beaannyyyy · 7 pointsr/electricdaisycarnival

Yup, just using a generic USB battery pack that I'll carry in my backpack. This one specifically:

I've never measured exact how long it'll run but I (very conservatively) estimate at least about 10 hours on a full charge.

Hope to see you there too!

u/corsair234 · 7 pointsr/GalaxyS8

This is my go-to; I have 3 of them (one in my office, one by my bed, and one for travel). It works great and it's pretty cheap.

u/RingoFreakingStarr · 7 pointsr/Vive

This smaller Anker one lasts me just as long as the one HTC shipped with the adapter; around 2.5 hours of continuous use.

This larger Anker one lasts me well over 4 hours. I haven't actually had it die on me yet; my longest playsession since getting the adapter has been around 4 and a half hours. It is decently bulky but it does fit into the included battery clip that the adapter comes with. It's just too large length wise so it will stick out the top of the clip. I wouldn't worry about it falling out of the clip though since it is a snug fit.

Also, this wall charger with QC 3.0 ports works with powering the wireless adapter. I've used it for when I'm doing sim stuff in the corner of my room. Having to plug in the wired Vive Pro cables for sim use is a real hassle so I just keep the wireless adapter on and plug the adapter into the wall charger. Works flawlessly.

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/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/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/Oxirane · 7 pointsr/gaming

If you're interested, you can get the first two BioShock games for $5 atm through amazon:

(This for PC players)

The first two are pretty much FPS Horror games, the 3rd (Infinite) is a lot lighter in regards to setting... definitely not so cheap though. But such an excellent story (and very pretty).

u/bjitty · 7 pointsr/Nexus7

I got this one last week. It looks decent I think. Had a nice texture. Was actually smaller than I thought it be.

Works fine with both my Nexus 7 and 5. Gets a little warm but from what I've read that's normal.

Only complaint is there is a bright blue LED light when it's charging. I put a piece of electric tape over it to solve problem.

I plan on getting a few more to keep around the house.

u/TheEyeofEOS · 7 pointsr/WildernessBackpacking

Solar doesn't work like how you think it works. Solar is like using a dripping faucet to fill a bucket. If you think you're going to charge a phone placing it in the sun for 5 mins you're in for a huge disappointment.

If you plan to basecamp awhile you can get an Anker 21w panel system and a two 13,000mah battery packs.

How this works is... During the day when you're out hiking you position the solar panel in the sun at your base camp. It will roughly take a full day to fully charge a 13aH portable battery if the conditions are good. Now you have 13Ah of power or enough portable battery to charge your phone at least 3 times. You put that in your backpack.

While you're carrying one of those 13,000mah battery packs you put the other on the solar charger at camp so it's fully charged and ready to go when you get back in the evening. When the one you're carrying is dead, you swap it for the charged one.

You never actually plug a phone directly into a solar charger as that's insanely inefficient. Same as houses with solar power, they are not powered by the solar panels they're powered by battery banks that are recharged by the sun.

If you're going on a thru hike without a basecamp or stopping during the day? Solar is not for you. Carry some high capacity portable batteries and limit phone use.

u/ConspicuousPineapple · 7 pointsr/Nexus6P

This one should charge as fast as your wall charger when using the USB-C port.

u/nicksvr4 · 7 pointsr/Nexus

I just ordered it, expecting it tomorrow, but this one appears perfect.

The 1st Quick Charge + USB-C Portable Charger in The World - RAVPower 20100mAh External Battery Pack Power Bank

You can charge it with USB-C, use the USB-C for 5V/3A charging, has QC 2.0 if needed, other ports, large capacity. Also has great reviews.

u/anekdotos · 7 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Havent tried the power adapter, but the Butterfox Case fits my RAVPower 20100mAh Battery as well as the Switch with attached Joy-Cons.

u/TheLawlessMan · 7 pointsr/NintendoSwitchDeals

At least 54% of the items set aside for the deal are gone but its still going. I thought I posted this earlier. Sorry.

Nathan K gave this a 2 out of 3 on his list.

u/anti09 · 6 pointsr/Android

>A wireless pad I'd have to find the exact spot, and precisely position it. And then make sure I can't bump it off. And I can't use it while it's charging either.

Look into an inexpensive dual-coil standing charger. It automatically places the phone in the proper spot.

u/Epsilon748 · 6 pointsr/Vive

Basically any QC 3.0 pack is supposed to work, did you get one that has a green qc3.0 port?

This one works fine for me and I already had it on hand. (for some reason the port that supplies QC on this one is the orange one).

This smaller Anker one is supposedly a drop in replacement for the stock one.The QC port here is blue so I have no idea what the color standard really is now.

u/bward76 · 6 pointsr/teslamotors

I designed this holder for an induction charging pad. This interfaces with the flip over cover in the center console. I wanted this so that I could have the convenience of not plugging it in. Here's more pictures of it in place in the car (

This is the charger unit I used (due to its short profile).

u/Gerolux · 6 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Link to the battery they mentioned part way through(about one that has enough rating)

the USB-C port(which requires you to purchase a double ended USB-C Cable) outputs 30W(15V2A), which should be enough to use the switch and slowly charge it while playing.

u/Namkcalb · 6 pointsr/WouldYouRather

I really regret not studying engineering now.

I know the principles, but not the practicality.

I have a tablet and an microSD card I could quite simply fill with a tonne of scientific ebooks.

I'll bring one of these
and yes, I don't care about how ridiculous it'd look in my oversized pockets.

u/Minimal__effort · 6 pointsr/Showerthoughts

You can charge your phone with a solar panel... just wear it like a cape!

u/opposite_lock · 6 pointsr/USCR

Be prepared for very cold temperatures. Even if the weather doesn't look like it's going to be bad.

A blanket in case the sleeping bag isn't enough.

Sun glasses and sun screen. It may only get into the high 60's but you'll be in the sun all day.

Headphones to use with your phone to listen to the race broadcast via the internet/ Tune In app.

Look into getting something like this to recharge your phone so you're not searching for an outlet.

A cooler for food and beer, but mostly beer.

u/yrtria · 6 pointsr/raspberry_pi

I use a 30000mha power extender for a phone. The I would guess the pi would run on that for at least 8 hours with your configuration. Here's something similar:

u/BuildaPC33 · 6 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

USB-C cable


Pads on the bottom from local ace hardware.

Printed on an Ultimaker 3, Designed in Autodesk Fusion. Print takes 3 hours as a rough draft, Final print takes 8 hours. Total cost ~45 in materials

Doing a few re-designs for other larger battery banks and such for fit and ease of use.

u/cgatica101 · 6 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Anker PowerCore+ 20100, USB-C/Type-C Ultra-High Capacity, Premium Portable Charger, 20100mAh External Battery, 6A Output, PowerIQ & VoltageBoost for Apple MacBook, iPhone, iPad, Samsung & more

u/Firebird3334 · 6 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

would recommend Anker PowerCore+ 20100 USB-C. Extremely relable and much smaller.

u/shypl · 6 pointsr/GalaxyS8

I've used and HIGHLY recommend the Anker PowerCore+ 20100 (20,100mAh). It has a USB-C charging port and a 6A output. It's $66 on Amazon. Another commenter on this thread recommended it.

If you want to spend a little less for (basically) the same product without many trade-offs, you can go with the Anker PowerCore 20100 (20,100mAh). It doesn't have USB-C. It has a 4.8A output. It's basically the same product minus the USB-C port and a little less Amp output. It's $40 on Amazon but Walmart (not sure if Australia has Walmarts) also sells it so you can get them to price match it

I've used both of them and they pack major heat

u/mistermagicman · 6 pointsr/iphone

Well there is this

u/TheRealZombieBear · 6 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I use this anker powerbank but I always carry a messenger bag; if you don't have something to carry it in it's heavy and bulky

Edit: On the brightside, it also doubles as a night stick if somebody tries to rob you

u/cd109876 · 6 pointsr/chromeos

Well, regular usb type-a ports cant deliver more than 5v 2.4a. I think it breaks USB regulations. However, usb-c can do a lot better. You would need a usb-c battery, like this:

There aren’t many usb-c banks yet, so you might not be able to find a higher capacity one. The next thing that can provide more than 5v 2.4a that would work that isn't usb-c is just ac power itself, like this.

Those two types will be your only options. Every other type of USB can't provide more than 2.4 amps. You might be able to find a few with higher capacities, because I didn't really look and just got some examples.

u/balansse · 6 pointsr/Switch

You'll need something with USB-C PD so you can charge it while playing. Anker makes good batteries, I use Anker PowerCore+ 20100 and it works like a charm during my travels with the Switch.

u/ChildOfHofmann · 6 pointsr/Nexus6P

I recently got both a battery pack and a car charger.

Anker Powercore+ 20100 mAh : This pack is huge in terms of capacity. The quality is great, and from what I can see the warranty/return policy is really good. I even got a follow-up email about a week after I received it to make sure the product was working properly. Supports rapid charging through the USB-C port.

Aukey Car Charger : I read that the Vinsic charger could cause problem with certain cars by draining battery from the phone back into the car when you turned off the car. I went with this charger instead. It supports rapid charging with USB C, has two extra ports for other devices, looks great and is well built. Would definitely recommend it.

I also bought 2 cables (C to C) to use with the pack and charger. I went with the Choetech USB-C Cables. No complaints there.

Hope this helped!

u/ConLawHero · 6 pointsr/GooglePixel

This one does 5V/3A,9V/2A,15V/2A,20V/1.5A from the USB C port.

Though, FYI, Benson and Nathan K gave the charger it comes with a bad rating, but rated the battery itself very well. So, what I did is bought a separate USB C (Benson approved) wall wart. Problem solved.

Not the cheapest solution ever, but I think it'll be a year or so, at least, before we start seeing USB C devices at microUSB prices.

u/daniell61 · 6 pointsr/Steam

The games have steam DRM and i apologise in advance to mods if this is the wrong place to post :(

rough link:

u/rokorre · 6 pointsr/iphone

I have one of these
and I like it a lot
I have one of these at my office and I really like it too

Also I found these the other day and bought a bunch of them
$15 in my local stores but $50 online so YMMV

u/Miadhawk · 6 pointsr/LGG3

Absolutely, I paid about $50 for the setup, $30 for a OEM international back cover from eBay, and another $20 for the wireless charger.

It looks really sleek on my table, and it charges my phone fast enough. Of course, wired charging is quicker, but this setup is far more convenient, you just drop your device onto the pad and its done. That is worth $50 to me, that and the fact the Qi standard means my Moto 360 and my future devices will be compatible. I've been using wireless charging with my S4 for a year prior, and I did not want to go back to wires.

u/jamie79512 · 6 pointsr/askscience

We have achieved it quite a long time ago, and we use it for small scale transfer. For example QI cell phone chargers.

If you're asking why we don't use it to transmit electricity long distances there are two reasons:

  1. It's wildly inefficient. In fact, the larger the distance (and the more stuff in the way) the less efficient it is.

  2. It's hard to regulate. Power companies aren't going to start broadcasting electricity if they can't control who receives it (and calculate how much they're using).
u/ilessthanthreemath · 6 pointsr/Surface

Like /u/Akselmusic said, OneNote is going to be your primary tool. I would highly suggest getting the "Desktop" version of it (included in Office 365 if your school offers it for free, or available here under "Windows Desktop"). The built-in Windows 10 version isn't very flexible. Highly suggest you sync everything with OneDrive so that everything you write is synchronized to the cloud and available from any internet-connected machine with OneNote Online.

I set up a template in OneNote 2016 to generate a fresh A4 college-ruled page whenever I wanted (I don't like the "infinite paper" concept), that way I could easily send notes/entire assignments to the on-campus printers and/or easily export them for others to use. Here's an example of my setup.

As for accessories: carry and pair (Bluetooth) an extra pen and keep it in your bag, along with traditional pen and paper. The worst part of using the SP4 for taking notes last year was when my pen would randomly die, or when Windows decided to crash and needed a restart. A smartphone for taking quick snapshots for when instructors write too quickly and erase is useful also. I roll with an OtterBox and a tempered glass screen protector because I'm harsh on my electronics.

>One specific thing I’m looking for as well is an external battery

I use this combined with a SP4-to-DC cable that I spliced using these instructions. If you're uncomfortable with that, this guy will splice a cable for you from an original charger, or you could take a risk and use a knockoff cable from Amazon.

u/chrisallenlane · 6 pointsr/GNV

I own the 2014 equivalents of these products:

[Anker Battery Bank][1]
Anker Solar Charger

They work great together.

During a past hurricane, my mom lost power for like 10 days (she lives in the woods), so I left her both of these. She used the solar charger to charge the battery bank during the day, then used the battery bank to charge her phone at night.

At the end of the 10 days, the external battery bank was still nearly fully charged. I don't know if the solar charger was truly keeping up with her consumption, but if not, it was really close.


u/landmanpgh · 6 pointsr/preppers

This is one of my only prepping areas of expertise. Every time the power goes out, I learn about some new way that I could've been better prepared for the boredom. I've created separate categories.

No Power

If you're woefully unprepared or all of your power is completely gone, you still have a few options:

  • Playing Cards: I see these recommended all the time, and I'm sure everyone knows a few card games. But how many? 3 or 4? How many games can you almost remember, but not quite? That was an issue I realized I faced, so I bought a book of card game rules, like this one.

  • Board Games: For those who didn't know, there was a board game revolution of sorts that began in 1995 with Settlers of Catan. Since then, there have been some REALLY incredible games that have come out. I love board games so much, I go to monthly meet-ups with fellow enthusiasts to play new and different games. Once you play a gateway game like Ticket to Ride, you'll never look back.

    I now have a good 30 board games, and am always looking for more. A typical board game can last for over an hour including setup, so they're a great way to kill time and have fun if there's nothing else to do.

    Check out some of the recommendations over at the board games subreddit

  • Physical Books: Unfortunately, I don't have much of a physical library. But anyone who reads before bed knows how easy it is to get sucked into a good story and suddenly it's 3:00am.

    I like to have several books I love, some books of short stories, and stuff I'm kind of 50/50 on. I figure, if I try something out when there's no power and it can't hold my attention, then it really isn't a good book for me.

    Access to SOME Power

    If you're like me, you have a solar charger for electronics) coupled with a battery pack. With that, you should be able to stay at least sort of powered indefinitely. This setup increases your entertainment tremendously.

  • Kindle: Charge it once and the battery lasts forever. I have a ton of books I've been meaning to read and books I had to put down because life got in the way. They're all there, just waiting for the power to go out. Additionally, a lot of older classics are free to download. And...err...I hear you can find books for free if you are willing to compromise your morals a bit.

    I prefer the original Kindle or the Paperwhite, since I want it solely for books.

  • Tablet: Another prep I still need to make, but one I've researched a ton. Basically, you want some way of streaming movies, shows, and music. An old tablet+connected hard drive can potentially keep you entertained indefinitely, provided you can keep re-charging. And again, I hear there are places you can go to...find movies.

  • Phone: Of course, you should only use your phone if you can reliably keep it charged (and have a backup burner for 911 calls!). If you can do that, and you are still able to get 3G/4G, you should be more than entertained. And you can always download podcasts, movies, music, etc. to your phone in advance in case your cellular access is limited.

    Full Power

    There are only a few situations I can envision where you have access to uninterrupted power, but can't leave your house. If you have a generator, of course, or if you're in some type of Contagion situation. If that's the really don't have an entertainment problem.
u/curbstickle · 5 pointsr/Steam

Bioshock Dual Pack, 1 & 2, on Amazon for $7.49

Redeem in Steam.

Edit: Lasts all of July, btw.

u/mpheus · 5 pointsr/Steam

Just FYI, keep your eyes on Amazon sales too. They have 2k Strategy Pack with Civ 4 complete, Civ 5 GOTY and Stronghold Collection for $19.99. Bioshock 1&2 pack is for $7.5 (I don't think steam can go lower with this). Both of these packs can be activated on Steam.

u/Danmolaijn · 5 pointsr/ShouldIbuythisgame

Bioshock Series. Especially the first Bioshock. The story is amazing (currently playing it). And for a game released in 2007, the graphics are... well, it's the freakin' bees knees man. Grab Bioshock 1 & 2 on Amazon for $4.99.

u/molotovsoup · 5 pointsr/MotoX

The receiver was $10 and the charging pad was $23 so $33 total. (Minus the Torx T4 screwdriver & pry tool which I already had).

It's actually much easier than it sounds;

I followed this video to remove the back cover, stuck the receiver to the adhesive on the back cover of the phone and plugged it in. I used a small piece of packaging tape to hold the ribbon cable in the perfect spot (so it's not super long but long enough that I can unplug it if necessary). Then just snapped the covers back together and voila!

The only drawback I've noticed is that the back cover is very thin so it sort of "forms" to the contours of the receiver inside. If you look closely at the second picture, you can kind of see the outline of the receiver. It's a minor complaint but worth mentioning.

u/enerrotsen · 5 pointsr/Surface

I personally use:
RavPower 23000 mah
QI-Infinity Cable Dc Cable
However, the QI -Infinity 35000mah Includes the above cable and a larger battery pack that supports QC 3.0, and the included rapid charge can also charge a surface pro if you purchase another accessory cable. I am debating selling mine, to get the Qi-infinity version.

u/vonplyr · 5 pointsr/vandwellers

I bought a 50000 mAh (185wh) battery pack on Amazon. Ppl will say that it's not actually 50000 mAh blah blah blah, but I'm able to charge my laptop 3 times with it. Then I just bring it to work and charge it the next day.

u/Tokyomaneater69 · 5 pointsr/PokemongoSanDiego

I bought this one thinking it was much much smaller. 8.1"x5.3"x3.1" and 2.77 lbs but damn does it do its job.

I recently purchased [this solar charger] ( rated at 25,000 mAh for an upcoming backpacking trip I'm planning. Haven't had an opportunity to play around with it or see how long it takes to fully charge from empty with just the sun.

u/juaquin · 5 pointsr/flashlight

I'm not sure disposable helps you any more than having a stockpile of rechargeable batteries, unless you're counting on some sort of resupply of disposables. I would rather get a solar panel and solar-compatible charger. Keep in mind lithium-ion can support higher output and has 3x the energy density.

As for the light, I think reliability would be the main concern and you would want a moderate beam pattern (not too floody, not too throwy) with decent lumens. There are a lot of lights that match that criteria. I would start with Armytek and Zebralight since they make very high quality lights. The Dobermann in Warm might be a good fit.

u/CJOttawa · 5 pointsr/camping

GoalZero gear is astronomically overpriced and tends to employ older technology.

For portable USB charging, this is the current king of the hill, a 21-Watt folding system by Anker, using the latest Maxeon solar cells:

GoalZero and others use less efficient cells so you need a larger, heavier panel to do the same work.

Disclosure: I bought one.

Use it to charge a powerbank while you're on the go, then use the powerbank to charge whatever devices require power. (or charge both at once)

If you want to step up to something that charges DSLR batteries, you're going to need a panel that will output >12-volts; those are larger panels. Example:

(click on the 40Watt version; the 65Watt is much less portable)

The Fenix CL25R is an excellent USB chargeable, 18650 powered lantern. On moonlight mode, it runs for 600-hours.

u/ihadp_ · 5 pointsr/preppers

Unfortunately I don't believe there is any solar chargers which will work well in overcast conditions. The upside is even if it cannot provide a ton of power it should still be able to charge your batteries, it will just take longer than if in direct sunlight.

Personally I carry one of these -

I charge a power brick with it and then charge my devices off the power brick. Many devices (phones, etc.) need X power before they will allow charge, but most power bricks will charge under most any circumstances in my experience.

u/MarcusBrody96 · 5 pointsr/roadtrip

I brought my phone and laptop. I only ended up using my phone.

I had some larger capacity extended batteries. Then I got one of these.

One thing I found though was that if you leave your phone in the sun it overheats (that probably should have been obvious to me). So I put the panel on top of the car but the phone in the shade under the car. So get a long cable to go with it.

u/sleepycarl10 · 5 pointsr/bonnaroo

I always bring a battery case and a couple portable batteries. These are what I have:

I love the battery case for festivals:

This one is small enough to carry around all day:

And this is a bigger battery I leave at camp:

u/sirpaul589 · 5 pointsr/Nexus6P

I really like the Anker USB C power bank:

Only downside is that you have to click the power button before using the USB C port to charge your phone, otherwise your phone will try to charge the battery pack.

Funny thing is the power bank can charge the 6P faster than the charger it came with. Love it!

u/despoticdanks · 5 pointsr/Nexus6P

This is the one I bought. I got really lucky and it was an Amazon Prime Daily Deal yesterday so I only paid $26.99 for it.

This was the other one I was considering. Note this one has a 5V/3A Type C port for both charging the brick and charging your device (switch input/output with the button on the brick). If it hadn't been for the sweet deal on the other one, I would have much more seriously considered this.

Anker is a very reputable brand for portable battery chargers and, from what I've heard, is the go to brand for most Ingress players.

u/Ramacher · 5 pointsr/nexus5x

I bought the 20100mAh type C battery pack for... hold on a second. I thought I paid $79.99 for it on May 20 but I just looked right now in my order history and turns out I paid $49.99 and now it's going for $59.99!

Guess you're right, I got thrown off by the 50% off shown on the amazon page.

u/Lashrael · 5 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

[Here is a power bank with a usb c input/output.] (

The usb c port charges at the same rate as the HORI high speed car charger

u/kiddj55 · 5 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Everyone says this is the best portable charger: Anker PowerCore+ 20100

u/AstralUnicorn · 5 pointsr/Vive

Does anyone know what a compatible battery is for use as a second battery?

[edit] Assuming the TPcast hasn't changed, it looks like these are recommended - Anker PowerCore+ 20100.

u/xenomachina · 5 pointsr/gadgets

My understanding is the Li-ion batteries must be in carry on (not checked) unless they are are part of some other equipment (eg: a laptop). source

So that battery wouldn't be allowed at all.

I have one of these, which is 100Wh so it's (barely) allowed in carry on.

u/tcrenshaw4bama · 5 pointsr/Nexus6P

I've got the Anker Powercore one and it works great. According to Ampere it can charge at 3A. I love it.


u/camboramb0 · 5 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Not bad but the average for this has been around $60. I never trust the discounts on Amazon. You can check price history here.

u/AFRUITPIE · 5 pointsr/Nexus6P

I'd trust it, but for a few bucks more I'd go with nearly double the size:

u/lsf87 · 5 pointsr/GooglePixel (it's on Amazon US as well). Charges rapidly and looks pretty good :). Has a type c cable built in which clicks in well and doesn't fall out. I have my dash cam plugged into the standard usb slot and it will power that and charge the phone at the same time (I use Google maps for navigation).

u/daidenq · 5 pointsr/Nexus6P

I bought this one the other day, and it has quick charging and a USB C and normal USB port. Works super well:

u/Xaan83 · 5 pointsr/Nexus6P

I am completely confused by AC Chargers. I have looked at the spreadsheet (not updated since 2015) that has links to Benson's reviews, I've checked this site: , and I've read a bunch of reviews on Benson's Google+ page, but I still don't get it. Seems like 99% of reviews are for USB C to USB A cables which I have no use for, and it is impossible to dig through them to find the less than handful of charger reviews.

I want a USB C charger capable of rapid charging that is not going to destroy my phone, but everything I read seems to have conflicting information. First someone says as long as it is USB C it is fine, then no, it's not fine because it has Quickcharge over USB C which is not spec compliant, people say it 'charges rapidly' then someone else says it doesn't... I see something through links/reviews on that is apparently a suitable alternative to the Google charger, but then big surprise, it's not available on

I didn't want to pay so much for the Google chargers, but at this point I may as well have...

So what is going on, are either of these spec compliant, rapid charge capable over USB C, and not going to destroy my phone? :edit: nevermind, this one is apparently NOT good because it has QC over USB C

I would have thought AC chargers would be something that people were commonly looking for, why is this info so hard to find?


u/jihiggs · 5 pointsr/AndroidQuestions

only way to get 3a over usb a charging is with a sufficient power supply and a non standard usb a-c cable. I have these two chargers

they are both very similar, but not quite as fast as the usb c charger that came with the phone.

they are both benson approved.

u/jbourne0129 · 5 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

the RavPower USB-C portable charger 20100mah

It also supports QUALCOMM quick charging. also appears to be cheaper than others and as far as I can tell works amazing.

u/sassafrasAtree · 5 pointsr/DJISpark

Return to home is a nightmare for newbs. Use at your peril!

Buy extra batteries (I have 5 in total, 3-4 is ideal). For the same price as one more battery, buy a RAVPower charger that use can charge your phone, your batteries, and your remote with (

I bought a cheap hard case, which holds 6 batteries, the Spark, the controller, plus the RAVPower and extra props (under $30, and I toss it in my backpack if I go out on a trail where you look like a weirdo carrying a little suitcase, lol).

I bought a landing pad, was not sure I needed it, but glad I got it. I live in a sandy area (beach, plus sandy trails in the woods), so this is a must. $14:

Watch for interference from your phone bluetooth, and if you have an iOS watch, that can cause issues too.

BUY the insurance from DJI. Day one, 5th flight in, the Spark started drifting in ATTI mode (google it!). Basically it was acting erratically, and I was flying around 5-7' off the ground, and it was headed into a street. I used the RTH (return to home) button, and it kept drifting, until it was under a large tree. Then, it rose up to the return to home height, chopping its way through the tree, until it did not, and crashed. may you have better luck!

Image wise, be aware that the Spark tends to blow out extreme highlights (surf foam, sand, etc.). The lack of RAW sucks, but you can always underexpose a bit. There is a AEB feature though that is super easy to enable, it basically takes 3 exposures (metered, + one stop, - one stop). Even if you don't merge the three, you will at least have your pick of the three.

For post work, on iOS I use SnapSeed the most. It basically works like the desktop NIK imaging suite works. Great program! (and I clean up stuff professionally) For Desktop post still work, I use Luminar & Aurora for HDR (and the NIK suite).

The Spark is a great first drone, you will have a blast! cheers.

u/Bronstin · 5 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Gotcha. I guess since the joycons are separate things and the screen is the entire front, it seems like a glove would only cover the back and the narrow top and bottom of the system? I do use a screen protector but I have a hard time picturing a situation where I'd drop the system in a way that the glove would do any significant protecting. I'd be more worried about extra insulation causing heating issues especially since the thing can run pretty hot and hasn't been out long enough for any longterm issues to be picked up on.

A phone I think is different since that thing is going in and out of my hands and pockets pretty much 24/7. But like you said, to each their own, I get why you want it I just wouldn't consider it anywhere near necessary or required. But just as I cringe and am kind of shocked when I see someone using a phone without a protector, I guess you feel the same way about a Switch. No worries.

>Its nice that the joy cons are comfortable for you. But that's you. For me, they are a bit of a joke especially when you want to go 2 player and are forced to play one sideways.

Tbh I agree they suck to play sideways, I was talking about using a pro controller vs two joycons.

>As for the battery bank, from the research I had done, the only compatible ones worth getting are anywhere from $60-100. Apparently it requires a very specific watt/amp ratio that is a bit pricier than your rando battery bank you may grab at your local 7-11.

Agreed that most ordinary packs people have probably won't suffice. There was a guy with a Reddit thread comparing power packs, I used that as a base and checked out some cheaper alternatives to what he recommended. I found this pack which works fine for me, it charges about 9-12%/hour while playing Zelda at full brightness.

u/Basilorama · 5 pointsr/electricdaisycarnival

The black portion with the heat tubing is the remote portion if it has one, get a portable power pack maybe one like this or a higher capacity one to plug into the usb...and you should be g2g Portable Chargers RAVPower 22000mAh Portable Phone Charger 22000 Power Banks 5.8A Output 3-Port (2.4A Input, iSmart 2.0 USB Ports, Li-polymer Battery Banks) For Smartphone Tablet – Black

u/cpsmith58 · 5 pointsr/moto

You can get a used Concours 1000cc for 3k. Not a cool bike and won't keep up with your crotch rocket friends but has tons of storage and a great fairing.

Next step up is a Gen 1 Concours 1400, pre 2010. Try cycletrader and set a filter to concours and 2008-2010.

I tour a lot and I plan my routes well in advance. I use a program called TyreToTravel (google it) and create .gpx files and download them to my GPS, which does 'multipoint navigation', i.e it will follow a specific route, not just straightest/quickest between X and Y.

Also, I cut out atlas maps of states I will travel to and laminate them to fit in the map pouch of my tank bag. I face them front to back so both sides have info on them, if that makes sense. Phone as GPS is meh, better than nothing.

I also recommend having a cell phone battery charger, very handy. Can charge a cell phone 5x on a one charge of it.

u/_tranceState_ · 5 pointsr/electricdaisycarnival

Haha you would think right! I had only 2 fans last year. It was June and it was hot as balls... for everyone else! I was a solid 30 degrees cooler in my own hoodie than anyone else around me. I kept them on at full blast at 1300 rpms(both fans were daisy chained) powered of a 2200 mAh battery pack also I had a small water reservoir in my camelbak that i can pump from my pocket to mist my back.

I had to leave the battery charging till the last minute though to make sure i had enough charge to last from dusk to dawn. This year I'm bringing two and rotating them out every other day.

u/pro_user · 5 pointsr/GalaxyS8

I am using
it get a bit warm but acceptable.

u/thecodemonk · 5 pointsr/iphone

I do not have these issues with my wireless charging. I bought a Chinese charging stand off Amazon for $19 and it works perfect. I don't have to move it around to get it to start charging. I can use it in portrait or landscape mode. It doesn't get hot either.

I've had it since I had the S7. I'll admit that I rarely have to use it with the S8 Plus. I take it off my charger at home at 8am and by 6pm I'm still at 70%. I only have to use it if I spend a lot of time in the basement here at work where I don't get a strong cell signal and that drains the battery super quick, even with wifi calling.

u/Tugboatom · 5 pointsr/GalaxyNote8

I bought this one

and it works really well. You can put the phone in portrait or landscape. Charges really quickly.

Only $19

u/keno888 · 5 pointsr/Vive

I'd recommend getting a few of these:

Twice the duration and fits comfortably in the clip.

Half the price of the HTC batteries.

u/sickwflu · 5 pointsr/dragoncon

Thanks for a couple of tidbits I was unaware of.

You got me on Vic's. I already have a reservation for Wed. We have joked for the last 2 years that the drinks were better and Thursday was just getting crazy.

And just curious. I think I have seen the quest giver floating around. Never stopped them. Are they the ones with the question mark over head, RPG style?

Just to add to the cell phone charger or portable charger, I carry a RavPower 26800mAh - Amazon Link. RavPower has been super reliable for me. Had this one for 2 years and it still charges like a beast. At a minimum, I would recommend one with quick charging (they use Qualcomm's chip for it). And if I remember correctly, their battery cells are actually Samsung. The Samsung cells haven't had the issues some other manufacturers have.

u/djfakey · 5 pointsr/hardware

I know it's just one, but at least it's readily available for purchase, at least from amazon US

u/sylocheed · 5 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Yup! So USB-PD is a "protocol" for higher power transmission, which uses the USB-C connector and cable, so the important thing is that the first step to confirming USB-PD is making sure it has a USB-C connector. AFAIK, USB deprecated USB-PD over any connector other than USB-C for clarity.

Anyway, the point is, yes, you should look for "USB-PD", "USB Power Delivery", or "Power Delivery" on the description or packaging. And then for the Switch, make sure it supports 9V, 12V, or 15V


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/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/ricogs400 · 5 pointsr/vive_vr

I use this one and it's great. Fits in the wireless unit's battery clip, just sticks out, so I put a rubber band to hold it in.

u/NNTPgrip · 5 pointsr/vive_vr

This one works no problem, fits in the belt clip caddy(sticks up further, of course): and you get like 5+ hours:

Anker PowerCore Speed 20000, 20000mAh Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 & PowerIQ Portable Charger, with Quick Charge Recharging, Power Bank for Samsung, iPhone, iPad and More

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/jsight · 5 pointsr/chromeos

You need to find one that supports the USBC power delivery spec.

This one claims to: USB C Power Bank RAVPower 26800 PD Portable Charger 26800mAh(Faster Recharged in 4.5 Hours &USB-C Input, 30W Type-C Output)for Nintendo Switch, USB Type-C Laptops, 2016 MacBook Power Delivery Support

u/nuke_twidget · 5 pointsr/GooglePixel

I purchased the RAVPower 26800 PD and the [Anker Type-C 30W Charger] ( to go along with it. It's supposed to be delivered today, so I'll let you know how it goes. I'm going to be on the road for the better part of a month and wanted something that would not only charge my Pixel, but my wife's phone and our camera as well.

u/Valence55 · 5 pointsr/furry

i'm going to use one of these things (i might have to buy another one if one won't last me a day at the con)

I considered making my own battery pack out of lithium cells but i decided i'd rather have something with a low chance of exploding

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/dennerdygay · 5 pointsr/GooglePixel

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

Anker PowerCore+ 26800 PD with 30W...

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/Prosapiens · 4 pointsr/EDC

Gorruck 34L GR2 Coyote Tan - a good bag, heavy, uncomfortable, probably give it to my grandchildren in like 50 years

Flip Flops - generic things

Bigblue 28W solar charger - very good, can charge my battery up during the day if i leave it in the sun which I've never really done honestly

Jakemy hardware tools - seamed useful? i've never needed this

Army glove shells - i thought i used these a lot and were indistructable but now that i think of it, i don't use them that often and are probably pretty cheaply made.

Sharpie, pen, all weather notebook - probably should switch over to a fisher space pen...

Straws - these are probably already broken.

Whistle - really really really loud

Fire-striker, matches, lighter - i'm not sure i have enough ways to start a fire

Fresnel lens - ok, now i have enough

LED flashlight - i used to go running in the middle of the night with this flashlight, its tiny

LED flashlight - this isn't the one i have but looks kinda similar? i don't remember where i got mine

Earbuds - generic cheap earbuds

Leatherman Surge - given to me by my wife for passing the bar. thanks wife!

First Aide kit - i put mine together from stuff i've stolen from friends houses whenever i go over and use the bathroom

playing cards - these look very similar to the ones i have, they are plastic so they won't get rained on

glasses/ sunglasses - i have really bad vision

personal hygiene kit - aahhhh dry shaving

Sawyer Mini / syringe, collapsible canteen (dirty), heavy duty straw - i've never used this

collapsible canteen (clean) - i've never used this either

sewing kit - i've used this a lot

ID tags - i guess if i get blown up they'll know my blood type?

garbage bag - for when my pockets are full

elastic bands - i use these when packing to keep rolled socks and things from falling apart

Salt - i have nooooo idea why i have this

cooking grate - i'm not going to hold meat over a fire with a stick like some sort of caveman

heavy duty ziplock bag - in case my mapcase breaks and other reasons

rip-patch - leftover from when i needed a pack because i bought a crummy cheap inflatable sleeping pad.

Army Fleece Beanie - i always keep this at the top of my pack

4 Bungie Cords - not the one i use but similar. to make a field-expedient shelter

Trowel - for disposal of biological wastes

Lensatic compass - because GPS should only be a backup

Pocketboy 130 folding saw - i have a bigger one for yardwork, this small one is really great

Tent stakes - for tent staking

Ravpower 26800 Battery - use this all the time can fast chage my stuff

Battery Battery holder, cables, wall charger - all fits togehter like glove!

Army Poncho - wear it, make a tent out of it etc

Microfiber towel - not the one i use but similar. i mainly use this for when the kids accidentally fall in a lake like they tend to do for some reason

Down Jacket - cheap chinese knockoff... i feel bad for not buying american

Wet weather top - not sure this is worth the space/weight

Wet Weather bottom - not sure if this is worth the weight/space

Silkweights - PJs! and warmth

Jungle Blanket - this is a lot better than the army's woobie. lighter and warmer

Gransfors Bruks Wildlife Hatchet - again, gift from wife. she wanted me to chop things and be more manly, generally. now i come home with parts of wildlife for her to cook

Map of New England - or, how i stopped worrying and love dismounted land navigation

PT belt - keeps me safe in all situations

Compression straps - i don't like lashing things to the outside but i guess i can if i wanted to

Fork and Spoon - stole these from the kitchen. i'll probably be replacing this soon with something titanium.


EDIT: i just priced it out: $1,585.08 total

u/Southrncomfortjm · 4 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Get a large one that is USB-C to USB-C with power delivery for best charging.

I don't know what's available in the UK, but I got a

Before knowing I was getting a Switch. It charges my Switch while playing Zelda, in airplane mode, with 50% brightness.

Most people recommend though.

u/TemptedTemplar · 4 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

the go to device appears to be this ravpower 26800 mAh battery pack.

A large capacity (~18 to 24 hours of zelda) along with power delivery, which will keep the battery charged even while playing games on the go.

If $80 is too steep, then just remember that mAh is your capacity, the switch has a 4380 mAh battery and provides roughly 3 hours of zelda on the go.

Power delivery is different from quick charge, providing more power over USB type A/C than normal ports; while not risking potential damage to the switch itself like quick charge.

u/deckyon · 4 pointsr/OculusGo

mot much larger than the iPhone X. I get these when they go on sale (50% off about once a month) as we use them as battery extenders on our cameras when shooting on locations with no power. It is also enough to run a Mac Book or other PC with USBC power. Our Osmo+ camera will run close to 8 hours on this battery.

u/andyooo · 4 pointsr/GooglePixel

If you're willing to wait you can get that one on Amazon at a considerable discount, I've seen it several times. I got it for $56.93 last November 30th (the week of Cyber Monday so keep an eye for it in the next few days).

Set up a Camelcamelcamel account if you haven't yet:

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/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/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/Wrongallalong · 4 pointsr/NintendoSwitch
u/sapaul1996 · 4 pointsr/GooglePixel

Hi there! here are some suggestions for power banks that satisfy any needs you can have for the purpose of charging the pixel line and like devices

I highly recommend these ones because I have had experience using these and feel they check all my boxes. That is, they support USB Power Delivery (PD) and Qualcomm Quickcharge (QC), and in effect rapidly charge all my devices that support fast charging:

[Jackery Power Bar] (
This one is my favorite because it also has an AC outlet to charge most U.S. laptops. It is so freaking convenient for studying on my computer on the go.

[iWALK Power Bank] (

Here are some that I have not owned, but after research seem to be worth recommending (of course, do your own analysis). I believe all three of these support USB PD and Qualcomm QC:

[Anker PowerCore] (

[Auckly Portable External Charger] (

[Aukey Power Bank] (

Here are some that I am skeptical about for different reasons, but they did catch my eye while researching:

[PURIDEA Power Bank] (

[RAVPower Portable Charger] (

[ZeroLemon Juicebox Portable Charger] (

Let me know if you have any questions. Disclaimer: I am not associated with any of these products.

u/Surfac3 · 4 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

You neglected to mention the aukey 30000 mAh battery that has both USB c power delivery and a qc 3.0 port along with a standard USB port.

AUKEY USB-C Portable Charger 30000mAh with Power Delivery, Quick Charge 3.0, and AiPower Charging Ports for MacBook, iPad, iPhone, Android Phones, Speakers, and More

Great battery for the switch and all your other devices. Also cheaper then any other USB c power delivery battery I've seen and one of maybe two that has both power delivery and qc 3.0.

There is also the rav power USB c pd charger which is cheaper then the Anker I believe.

PD USB C Hubs Portable Charger RAVPower 20100 Power Bank 20100mAh 30W (Max.) Type C Port iSmart Data Transfer, USB C/Type C Output, External Battery Pack for MacBook, Laptops, Smartphones

But great post op will help tons of new switch owners I'm sure. And also as an owner of the pixel charger (due to having a pixel) it is hands down the best portable charger for the switch Imo.

u/mntgoat · 4 pointsr/GooglePixel

Based on the spreadsheet I think this one might work

u/ktchiu1017 · 4 pointsr/Nexus6P

RAVPower I believe is the only one with a 3A USB-C port:

u/Wolf_Fluffer · 4 pointsr/GooglePixel

I use the Nekteck 5.4A USB-C Car Charge(4019006) which I highly recommend. It's a Benson approved USB-C car charger and has a standard USB A port as well. Amusingly enough it seems to charge my phone faster than the stock Google pixel charger though this hasn't been tested.

u/coltwanger · 4 pointsr/Nexus6P

I've been using this one for over a year with no issues!

u/masamunecyrus · 4 pointsr/Nexus6P

I've been using Choetech's USB Type C charger for well over a year with no issues.

u/LennonMOBILE · 4 pointsr/Nexus6P

I bought this RavPower one about a month ago. It's been really solid so far. I love that it supports rapid charging and can charge the phone several times from dead.

RAVPower 20100mAh Portable Charger with QC 3.0 Technology & USB-C

u/must_ache · 4 pointsr/Ultralight

This Rav Power 20100mah is only 13.2oz or 373g on my scale. And it's 20100mah. I'd love a half capacity for half weight, but I haven't seen a USB C one yet close to this power to weight ratio, or even a non usb C one. I've seen a few 13000mah ones around 10oz and 5000mah ones around 5oz. This 13400mah at 9.8oz listed weight is the best mid size one for power to weight I've seen.

u/xGeoff · 4 pointsr/gadgets

Found another, same size for $50. Supports Qualcomm Quickcharge 3.0 as well as USB-C or A charging inputs and outputs.

u/JackSparrowUSA · 4 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

This one will get you about 5 hours:
Anker PowerCore 10000

This one will get you about 12 hours:
USB C Power Bank RAVPower 26800 PD

This one is in between those two:
USB C Portable Charger RAVPower 20100 Power Bank

Videos where I found these:

u/queuebitt · 4 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

These three are good travel power banks. With the required USB-C cables they all cost ~$35. The Anker is smallest/lightest, but will merely extend play time by a few hours. The RAVPower and Tronsmart are larger but will charge your Switch's battery as you play. Assuming a transatlantic I'd recommend one of those two to get the most play time.

u/Herff · 4 pointsr/GameDeals

A couple of people have already mentioned it, but here is the amazon link for the Bioshock bundle. According to their page it activates on steam.

u/FearTheZ · 4 pointsr/droidturbo

I ordered this one since it has great reviews and is cheap.

u/anti-irl · 4 pointsr/Nexus5

Spigen 0.15mm glass screen protector (expensive, but worth it for the extra thinness imo, very happy with mine):

Qi charger (charges quickly, doesn't heat up, good size, not slippery/nice matte finish):

Bonus - cheap but awesome IEM setup: +

u/CalcProgrammer1 · 4 pointsr/GalaxyNote3
u/georgeMns · 4 pointsr/Surface

1/2 charge? I don't think you know how much 20000 mahs are.

Assuming you have a sp3 then your battery only has 5500 mahs, case you own a sp4 then you have a downgraded 5000 mahs battery.

With 20ah power bank you can fully change your surface almost 4 times(edit:2 times because surface's battery has 2 times the voltage ), so you see this amount of power is mostly suited for a very few use cases like camping or hitchhiking, this directly effects the price through the basic rule of supply and demand making the price look almost predatory compared to normal capacity power banks.


100$ for a power bank on sale feels kinda meh as you can see, its definitely a promising brand so its a good option if you are adamant about the need for that much capacity, if you dont want to spend that much then you are better off making your own bank from 18650 cells given you know your way around electronics, the materials are all out there and are dirt cheap:


Charging cord:

Battery case(edit: not good):

The seller lists the current at 12v as low as 0.5amps but he also lists the max output at 60watts so this makes no sense, you should ask him for a details on the exact output with 6 batteries at 12v.

If he insists that the amperage is that low then look for a similar product, or make your own with the help of a quality buck/constant regulator, just make sure your cells are protected if you going for the diy route

as i said only try this if you have basic knowledge of electronics.

Keep in mind watts=amps*volts

Surface takes 12volts, and has a garbage standard charger at 35 watts that struggles to charge the device unless its turned off so the minimum amps it can take is 2.5.

It also has an option to upgrade to an 70 watt charger so its sure that it can take up to 5 amps.

edit: seller said the power bank case only supports 11w output, that means you gotta make your own case or find a better one.

u/reyomnwahs · 4 pointsr/CPAP

I've got a Respironics System One. I have this unit, which is much cheaper than a purpose-built one. I've actually taken it backcountry camping, and frequently take it for camping on the water on my sailboat.

It's definitely good for two nights for me, but my pressure setting is a bit lower than yours. You will not be able to use a humidifier other than in just passive mode (heat / humidity off but tank full), humidifiers draw a lot of current.

My unit (and probably yours) is 12v DC, 10A (can get this info off your 110v AC power brick) and one of the generic laptop adapters that came with my battery pack worked just fine.

As long as you're willing to do a little homework you can avoid one of those $300-$600 "travel battery packs" that you see on e.g., which as far as I can tell are just a generic battery pack unit identical to the one I have, rebadged and "certified".

I gather ResMed and some others have oddball voltages (18v, IIRC) so finding a battery back that supports that is a bit more rare. Most of the units like the one I have do 6, 9, and 12 volt, which is more typical.

Another route you can go is a jump starter pack like you find at e.g. Harbor Freight, and a 12v cigarette lighter adapter specific to your unit, which you can find on Amazon.

One thing I would avoid is a 110v AC inverter, these are lossy and so you waste a lot of battery hours due to the conversion. I found an inverter on my sailboat gave me about half the working time for my CPAP than I got with a 12v DC adapter.

One other note (and this is pretty common with things like refrigerators and air conditioners as well), I found that my unit had an initial "starting" amperage draw that was higher than rated if I turned it on without the mask actually on my face. This caused the battery to shut off and the unit to turn off, I'm guessing the fan runs harder when it doesn't have any pressure to work against.

I finally figured out not to turn it on until I put the mask on and the battery pack works fine and has served well on several trips.

If you have any other questions feel free to DM me. Obviously this is a long read and you need to know what you're doing, but a little bit of research saved me $500 off a "special" CPAP battery pack, and my unit is light enough to backpack with to boot.

u/Difficult_Fig · 4 pointsr/vaporents

No. The mighty requires 12 V @ 3 A (or 3,000 mAh) to charge, so you would need a 3 A source. That cable is only rated for 750 mAh output as it's got a step up converter in it.

You're trying to charge from 5v usb and stepping it up, that's not going to work. You need a direct 12v line, so use a laptop external battery like that has a 12v >3a output.

edit: Just buying a cable will not work, you won't get the amps required from usb because the figure is volts multiplied by amps, if you want to use 5v you'll need a magical USB port that outputs like 10a (which does not exist). Ex: 110v @ 5amp is [about, because I know someone's going to go "OMG it's not exactly the same!] the same energy as 220v @ 2.5a. You're lowering the voltage so you need to increase the amps to a point where USB simply does not provide that much and you'll never charge a mighty from a USB port unless you want to rig something together where you have say a couple 18650 batteries hooked directly but anything else being plugged into it will be fried instantly so that's not something you, or anyone, should ever build.

u/Watada · 4 pointsr/solar

If you only need power for a day or two you would probably be better off with a USB charger for those batteries and a huge battery bank. Something like this would charge each of your devices up to three times.

Assuming you need to charge each one a full time every day with a solar panel you would need something like this and it would require between 3 hours and 9 hours in direct sunlight to provide enough power. The panel needs a clear day, to be pointing at the sun, and to be kept cool to provide enough power in 3 hours.

u/Lysdexics_Untie · 4 pointsr/shittykickstarters

Try this one from Anker. It's a dual USB, 21W charger, and seems to have pretty good reviews. I own one, but haven't had the opportunity to field test it just yet. I might put in for some time off and take it camping soon to see how it performs.

u/salty-maven · 4 pointsr/bicycletouring

I use an Anker solar charger and battery.

u/ViperRT10Matt · 4 pointsr/solar
u/Nigel_Yearning · 4 pointsr/flashlight

Further word on the Thrunite, they have portable powerbanks on hand that also takes 18650 batteries. Not only you can use them to charge your phone, but you can also switch out the batteries on the fly if the situation is desperate.

That being said, the Anker 21W Solar Power Kit can make you independent from the power grid while in the great outdoors. The Thrunite TC12 and the company's portable power banks can be USB charged, you can plug them into the Anker solar panels to recharge them. Perfect for long-term off the grid situations, so long as the sun is shining...

u/Gawd129 · 4 pointsr/PuertoRico

I'm talking about small, low cost options like this just to get people access to the very basics that they wouldn't otherwise have access to.

I'm not talking about powering houses and washing machines, but charging phones, flashlights and other things we wayyy take for granted.

u/Logi_Ca1 · 4 pointsr/Android

Sorry to burst your bubble but...

I have one of this:

This thing is way bigger and using the top of the line Sunpower panels with 23% conversion. With all these going for it, it can charge my phone at 10W-ish speeds under full direct tropical sun.

With that in mind, I doubt a tiny panel like that would do much to charge the phone, if at all.

u/anothergaijin · 4 pointsr/EDC

Personally I use a regular battery pack, and a foldout solar panel (

You can find cheaper panels around, and they have a new panel (Nomad 7 Plus) that's apparently better. Just remember you need direct sunlight for about a day to charge a 3000mAh battery pack with a small 7W panel like the one I linked. A bigger 20W panel like this should be able to charge around 8000mAh in a day with good sunlight.

You are much better off buying your battery pack and panels separately - charge the battery pack during the day, and use the battery power overnight.

u/Slobotic · 4 pointsr/pokemongo

Ordered mine today w/free same day shipping. I got the moster version so I can offer a charge to people I run into at the Lure Module parties.

u/KoolAidMan00 · 4 pointsr/nintendo

Yeah, they're nice. I picked up the 20100 because I have new carry-on luggage with USB ports built in. You use a battery pack inside the luggage to power those ports. I know, crazy.

Here's a link to the larger battery without the USB C wall charger:

Anyway, I'm curious to see how much faster charging from the USB C port is on the larger unit. Good luck making your pick!

u/CapitalQ · 4 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

OP is better off getting an Anker PowerCore+ with USB-C to charge the Switch at higher speeds.

The Anker you linked won't come with a cable that connects to the Switch.

u/TheHuntingHunty · 4 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

There are already car adapters and battery packs available to help recharge your system on the go.

u/lengau · 4 pointsr/GooglePixel

I can second getting an Anker PowerCore. It depends what you're willing to spend and how you want to use it what you should get, but:

  • The 13000 will get you probably 3.5ish charges.
  • The 20100 will get you 5-6 charges. This is the one I have.
  • If you want to spend an extra $20 on it, the 20100 USB-C version (the one /u/Kr0m100 has, I think) also has USB-PD for faster charging. If I hadn't got mine on sale for under $30, this is the one I'd have got.
u/ben174 · 4 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

On the new MacBook, you can't charge with a USB Type A to USB C cable. So those portable chargers don't work. I had to buy one of these for portable charging and go USB C -> USB C

u/ctuser · 4 pointsr/Vive

The Anker 20000 QC 3.0 can run the wireless for about 5 hours and fits in the waistband holder (its taller but similar in width and thickness).

Just remember the middle port is the QC port, not the outside one.

EDIT: The recharge time of the stock battery is about 6-7 hours; The recharge time of the one I linked is about 10-11 hours. You can maximize play time by burning through the 2.5hr one first, recharging it while using the larger battery, the 2.5hr battery should be almost fully charged by the time you burn through the bigger battery.

u/Peteostro · 4 pointsr/Vive

There’s another thread on here that says this one works fine:

Should give 5 hours of usage

I just picked up this one: Supposed to get this and the wireless adapter tomorrow, I’ll post in the /r/vive if it works or not

u/DpwnShift · 4 pointsr/assholedesign

Buy a portable charger That's my number one travel trip after being on the road for over two years now. You can Quick Charge 2 devices at a time at the airport (without hunting down an unused outlet), on the bus, during your flight, and while sitting down at a restaurant. Depending on the hotel I've even used this exclusively to charge my phone and it will last about a week between charges. I realize this model may be overkill for some, but it will charge your phone from 0%-100% up to six times.

Disclaimer: I have no affiliation with this company and have no incentive for them to do well. I have also used RavPower chargers in the past, so use whatever brand meets your needs.

u/SuperdudeAbides · 4 pointsr/GooglePixel

I personally love this one, but what u/recon455 said is 100% true. You won't need much. This is probably overkill, but it's up to you.

u/PreachInsanity · 4 pointsr/GooglePixel

Car charger I highly recommend just getting an Android Auto head unit. Spendy, but so worth it. Best buy has one on sale for their deal of the day for $300.

For a power bank, I have this and travel a lot. $10 coupon on Amazon ATM:

It comes with a wall adapter, uses usb c port to charge, and has USB PD (fast charges both the bank and your Pixel).

Since it charges with usb c you only need 1 power adapter and cord when traveling to charge either your phone or battery bank.

u/new_moco · 4 pointsr/Ultralight

Looks like some hiking watches like the Suunto Baro 9 are ~$120 off

Also an Anker PowerCore if you need that:

u/joshuadwx · 4 pointsr/anker

Hi u/yajdem, I’d be glad to help you choose a portable charger for your iPhone X!

The best option is PowerCore 10000 PD. It supports Power Delivery. You just need a USB-C to Lightning cable.

I would not recommend a capacity much larger than 10000 mAh for just your phone.

Hope this helps! 🙂

u/OhGooses · 4 pointsr/OculusQuest

After testing the tuna can and finding it to be IMMENSELY more comfortable, I continued to play with the tuna strapped on until my power bank arrived today. Now I have the real setup!

Here are the links to the products I used:

Anker PowerCore 10000 PD

I like the size of this powerbank and I think it'll be nice to have with my phone and Switch as well so it was worth it all around.

Kootek 118" Cable Management Sleeves

This is a fairly big roll for this small application, but I plan on using some of it for its intended purpose as well. The neoprene sleeve would also only work for a smallish powerbank like this one. I also considered something like this (would also work for larger powerbanks):

Reusable Cinch Straps 2" x 12" - 6 Pack

The powerbank came with a 3ft cable that would have worked fine, but I ordered some 1.5ft cables instead. I think it may have been unnecessary, though.

Besgoods 2-Pack 1.5ft Short Braided USB C to USB C 2.0 Cable

Overall, the counterweight is a HUGE improvement for me, and the added bonus of some extra battery life is nice as well!

u/GingerAle55555 · 4 pointsr/internetparents

I’m gonna be the unpopular person who says that you don’t have to pack light. Especially if you’re staying put in the same hotel etc. You’re most likely checking your suitcase in transit so who cares if it’s bigger or packed to capacity? I travel with larger bags (on wheels) all the time and I can honestly say that if my bag is a few inches bigger or a couple pounds heavier it makes zero difference. Just make sure you’re within the airlines guidelines.

SO. My point is, don’t put too much pressure on yourself to pack perfectly. If you can’t decide between a couple shirts, just bring both. You’ll be happier later when you have the choice. Check the weather for the time of year or dates you’re going and then look at your wardrobe. What would you be comfortable in? Pack those things. Look at your itinerary, what do you need to dress for? Pack those things. Stick to just a couple pairs of shoes. They take up the most space/are bulky. Good walking shoes are probably a must and then a pair to dress up a little with if you go somewhere nicer. If you can do laundry somewhere great, if not it’s ok to pack a few more pairs of underwear and shirts. Also consider packing some Shout Wipes in case you stain something you had hoped to rewear. Plan on wearing pants multiple times. For Scotland def pack some rain-appropriate things like a jacket etc.

Get some travel size toiletries and think about extras you might need. Yes you could buy Tylenol while there if you have a headache but then you have to go find it and depending on where you are it may be more expensive. It’s a small and light thing anyway so just pack some just in case. Think about other things like that.

Bring entertainment for the flight as well as snacks if you don’t want to pay for them onboard (airplane snacks can be pricey). Download books, movies, shows onto electronics ahead of time.

Lastly you might need power adapters depending on where you are coming from. Make sure you have a few so you can charge all of your tech. You might also consider getting a battery pack so you can charge on the go. Nothing worse than your entertainment dying mid-flight or your phone dying as you try to get an Uber. I love this one.

u/pappcam · 4 pointsr/galaxys10

Just get a decently reviewed Wireless charger from Amazon like the one mentioned already. I've had a Seneo almost identical to that one and it's over 3 years old and still working fine.

u/Rawbex · 4 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

So basically - replace this portable charger that I've been using religiously?

u/Rapture-X · 4 pointsr/nexus5x

I was on the market for a USB-C portable charger as well, but I settled for a non USB-C charger.

This is the one I have.

I do have to carry around a USB A-C cable, but it hasn't been too big of a deal. And this charger does fast charge my 5X, which was the main thing I was looking for in a portable charger. I've been able to get somewhere between 2-3 full charges of my 5X before needing to recharge the charger.

u/stu17 · 3 pointsr/bonnaroo

I have this portable charger that has enough juice to keep both me and my girlfriend’s phones charged all weekend.

u/odorous · 3 pointsr/pokemongo

This one.

Scroll down a bit on the page for the promotional offers.

You get THIS and THIS for free with purchase.

Li-PO battery inside gives better longevity. Cheaper than the ankers and bigger. Registering the products at their website gives you 18 months no hassle warranty with a life time warranty. No problems with it so far, have only made 4 full discharge cycles on it. So far, I love them both.


This is what my checkout screen looked like.

/u/ddow13 down below has some instruction on how it works..pretty simple though

u/Baconstrip01 · 3 pointsr/gpdwin

I use this:

I played Dark Souls 2 for like 4 hours on a flight with it, and my WIN was still at about 80%. Heavily intensive games do still drain power on the charger, but I still could have gotten a whole lot of time out of it.

Battery is perfect (though kinda big).

The WIN does get pretty hot when plugged in to the charger + gaming, but I didn't have any problems :)

u/MetalWeather · 3 pointsr/TheSilphRoad

I've used the RAVPower 22,000mAH Battery Bank since the game launched and it has been amazing. Lasts several days of use while charging one phone, and can charge from all three ports at fast charging speed.

Without that fast charge there is no way my phone would gain battery during play. With fast charge I can be raiding with full brightness and still gain battery.

u/shgoose · 3 pointsr/iphone

I agree it’s annoying. Get something like this for the desk though and problem solved? This is what I’m planning to do anyways.

u/lastnerdstanding · 3 pointsr/GalaxyS8

Money-is-no-object charger: Omnicharge 13

Money-is-not-meant-to-be-spent-like-water charger: Anker PowerCore Speed 10000 QC

u/bthejam · 3 pointsr/Ultralight

Can someone tell me the difference between these 3 10,000mAh Anker external batteries? One

I don't know the difference between Quick Charge 3.0;PowerIQ, PowerIQ, and PowerIQ II.

This is the wall charger I have. Which one of those external batteries will work best with my wall charger??

u/Rogue__Jedi · 3 pointsr/Survival

Anker Portable batteries. I can get 2 charges on my Note 4. It also supports Quick Charge.

Edit: formatting error

u/iLL_S_D · 3 pointsr/Vive

Yep, that is the answer. I just picked up a 10,000 Ancker that works nicely. Also, I made sure it was same physical size as the HTC one so I can just mount them on the HMD instead of using the hip belt holder.

u/huh009 · 3 pointsr/Vive

Update! Both works! =D So 18W seems to be fine!

Edit: Though the fit on this is loose in the battery holder.

But the non-QC3.0 Input one (this) fits snugly.

Waiting on the third one to arrive now.

u/jokerswild_ · 3 pointsr/iphone

Or you could go for actual cheap wireless charging. I'm using this and have been really happy...

iPhone Qi Receiver, LANIAKEA 1A Qi Wireless Charging Receiver Lightning Port Module for iPhone 7/ 7 Plus, iPhone 6/6 Plus/6s/6s Plus- Make All iPhone Universal to Qi Wireless Charger

Add a charging pad and your good to go.

Anker Wireless Charger Charging Pad for iPhone 8 / 8 Plus, iPhone X, Nexus 5 / 6 / 7, and Other Devices, Provides Fast-Charging for Galaxy S8/ S8+/ S7 / S7 edge / S6 edge+, and Note 5

And for the car I'm using this mount:

Wireless Car Charger Mount,YSSKTC Gravity Linkage Charging for iPhone X, 8/8 Plus Samsung Galaxy S8, S7,S6/S7 Edge, Note 8 5 & Qi Enabled Devices

In my car I didn't like the mount points so I added this ball mount

IG-PSTARA x 2: i.Trek Lot of 2 Car Dash Adhesive Sticky Mount for all Garmin Nuvi GPS

u/KidFenrik · 3 pointsr/Android

Anker Fast Wireless Charger PowerPort Qi 10 Wireless Charging Pad

u/AcceptableSlide · 3 pointsr/GalaxyS7

Not sure about that specific brand but my wife bought this one for me and it works fine even though its not an official Samsung

Wireless Charger, Anker PowerPort Wireless 10, Anker Qi-Certified Wireless Charging Pad

u/theolog_ian · 3 pointsr/iPhoneX
u/djrbx · 3 pointsr/GalaxyNote8

Get the 360 Camera. You can get 3rd party fast wireless chargers for around $20 USD and the 128GB MicroSD for about $50 USD. So you can make you're own bundle for about $70+tax.

The 360 Camera on the other hand retails for $175+tax.

So in the end, you get more value with the 360 camera than the wireless charger+MicroSD combo.

u/ssrij · 3 pointsr/apple

This one looks good

u/jrt364 · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitchDeals

I just want to say... I have this RAVPower one and it's held up after many uses. I think it's worth the asking price, even without a sale. But since it's on sale, it's even better. :)

u/SupaZT · 3 pointsr/GooglePixel

Got this one for $61

USB C Power Bank RAVPower 26800 PD Portable Charger 26800mAh(Faster Recharged in 4.5 Hours &USB-C Input, 30W Type-C Output)for Nintendo Switch, USB Type-C Laptops, 2016 MacBook Power Delivery Support

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/CoryBoehm · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Get the RavPower 26800 PD it can charge the Switch and just about any other USB powered device you have.

u/GuerrillaApe · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Currently being sold above price though; it usually retails for $60.

u/ikemoto · 3 pointsr/Steam

I don't think you need too, but i would recommend playing the first one as it is a very good game. If you have not played either of them here is a link to an amazon sale for the Bioshock 1 & 2 bundle for $7.49 that activates on steam. Click Me Please

u/magnusarcanum · 3 pointsr/gaming

In my opinion, Amazon has a better sale on Bioshock. You can get a bundle of both the first and second game for 7.49. I'm going to hold out a little to see if Steam matches it, but I doubt they will. I'm also waiting for a pretty good deal on Mass Effect 1-2.

u/jgraider · 3 pointsr/GameDeals

Some other Steam-comparable deals:

Metro 2033 for $5

Darksiders for $5

If you got the 20% GMG coupons those are actually cheaper than Steam

On Amazon

Spec Ops The Line for $25

Bioshock Pack for $7.50

Modern Warfare 3 for $30

On CAG, Tony also mentioned that Saints Row III will be on sale on Amazon at some point next week for either $12.50 or $10

u/MissingLintRoller · 3 pointsr/iphone

I have this one. Been using it for a couple months and it works great. There are other types from the same company that are under $20.

u/PaperBlankets · 3 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards

I have done this. I ran a Choetech pad, wita a cheep reciver attached to a cheep micro to mini usb adapter.

It was a hell of a lot of work to not be able to see if my keyboard was over the charger/charging...

Considering how long the battery life is though (I use this daily at work, 8+ hour days, I forget to charge it for a week at a time.) it could be really nice if you want to use this as a daily driver/at home at work.

u/Randall_Stevenz · 3 pointsr/iphone

Absolutely NOT....WAY, WAAAAY overpriced.

Get 2-3 of these:

I'm using them with my X and they work just fine.

u/Hugsnotbombs · 3 pointsr/Moto_Z

I have this one and it works for me:

u/studdmufin · 3 pointsr/PanasonicG7

let me preface this with: You do this at your own risk, while I haven't had issues does not make me responsible if anything of yours breaks.

The camera technically uses a 7.2v battery even tho the bottom of the camera says it accepts 8.4v. I'm not sure why there is a discrepancy.

Any battery bank with a 9v dc out would work. XTPower 10000 mAh has 4 LEDs on it to indicate power.(There are multiple sizes in that link too) or if you need even more power the RAVPower 23000 mAh has lots of juice, a display for remaining % and voltage options ranging up to 20v which can power some laptops.

u/ethicallyethical · 3 pointsr/vandwellers

Here are four different ones from Amazon. They all seem to have pretty good reviews.

Rosewill Plasma Black 18000mAh

ChargeTech 27,000mAh

RAVPower 23000mAh

Lizone® Extra Pro 40000mAh

With the RAVPower and Lizone you have to buy a third party cord to connect a Macbook, but with the Rosewill and ChargeTech you just plug your standard charging brick into them.

u/MindBlowingExpansion · 3 pointsr/motorcycles
u/pbewig · 3 pointsr/vandwellers

Both of the products that you mentioned look over-priced and over-specified.

If you limit yourself to 5V USB I recommend a 75 watt-hour battery ($37) for its dual inputs; it charges twice as fast as a normal battery. That should be sufficient to charge two cell phones, a small lamp ($4) and a fan ($17). You can charge the battery from a wall outlet, with a cigarette lighter USB adapter ($10), or with a small solar panel ($100).

You might prefer a Luci light ($15) to the lamp mentioned above; it charges itself from the sun and won't consume any of your battery capacity.

If you need 12 volts, I recommend a 185 watt-hour battery ($130), which will also charge a laptop computer. It recharges from a wall outlet, or you can use a 150 watt inverter ($24) from your cigarette lighter.

u/N0LSD · 3 pointsr/amateurradio

Weight is 2.77lbs. It has 12v and 20v barrel connector outputs, as well as USB 1.2A and 2.5A outputs. I have to upconvert the 5v output of the solar panel to 12v in order to properly charge the battery. The only drawback to this setup, really, is that nothing is Anderson Powerpole - it's pretty much all barrel type power connectors or it took a deep dive into specs to get everything to play together.

Separately, I have a second-line of AA NiMH eneloop pro batteries that can run the radio and tuner in a pinch, if necessary...and Goal Zero Nomad chargers and a smaller solar panel for them, as well.

It is not an ultra-light, stripped-down, bare-bones setup...but with antenna, radio, accessories, solar, batteries, an alcohol stove, first aid kit, GPS, and cordage and a camera with mini-tripod, it weighs 25lbs - everything fits in a Portable Zero Avalanche backpack and a couple external MOLLE pouches. I also have a tarp, that can be used as shelter in there, as well. It is meant as a SOTA go-kit...and Field Day is my test run.

u/Anomaly08 · 3 pointsr/thinkpad

Depending on your budget there are mobile battery banks that can provide AC outlets and ports for laptops or smart phones/tablets. Quick search I found these:

Was that what you were asking about?

u/OregonAvocado · 3 pointsr/VanLife

I use multiple power banks so there's always something available. The MaxOak was purchased in 2016 so there may be a newer model available. It has been really good for a laptop though. The 26800 might work for your purposes. The small Ankers charge quickly and pack a surprisingly good punch.

MAXOAK Laptop Power Bank 185Wh/50000mAh Portable Laptop Charger External Battery Pack


Also use one of these:

Anker PowerCore 26800 Portable Charger, 26800mAh External Battery with Dual Input Port and Double-Speed Recharging


Have three of these for on the go:

Anker PowerCore 10000 Portable Charger, One of The Smallest and Lightest 10000mAh External Battery


Just purchased one of these but it takes FOREVER to charge so it may end up living somewhere else:

u/SirMonkeyFood · 3 pointsr/pcmasterrace

I don't know much about that laptop or its power draw, but these seem fairly popular.

Honestly though, if you need to game without power I've heard the nintendo switch has good battery life, and there's some good titles.

u/oatscoop · 3 pointsr/Futurology

Edit: Yeah -- nobody is going to be able to reproduce any of the technology involved. I'd just use it to impress important people.

"I'm from the future: look at this. I purchased this, and wouldn't be able to create it myself even in the time I'm from. Like how your sword and armor were made for you, but this is far more intricate, complicated, and requires many materials from all around the world.

I do, however, know some things that would help your kingdom that we can make out of stuff available to us. On this device, I have a compendium of knowledge called Wikipedia. I can teach you to make black powder, high explosives, military tactics, metal working, agriculture, building construction, etc. We can predict and avert famines from pests and drought, and treat many diseases and injuries."

Suck up to the king, keep a password lock on the phone.

u/rextraverse · 3 pointsr/GooglePixel

Any of the four brands I mentioned should be fine. (I'm sure there are others, both those are the four I have experience with)

Just make sure whatever battery pack you buy supports USB-PD (for rapid charging) with a USB-C in/out, like this RavPower model

u/Lorben · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

How much do you want to spend on a battery and how long do you need it to last?

I have a Ravpower 10000 PD battery and I'm pretty happy with it. A 10000mAh battery will give you an additional 5 hours of playtime on an original Switch.

The largest battery you would be allowed to take on a plane is a 26800mAh battery. That will give you an additional 12 hours of playtime.

Technically TSA requires the battery to be under 100 watt hours, not under 26800mAh. Usually it's going to be 26800mAh. One of the nice thing about RAVpower is that they label their power banks with their watt hours which makes it much easier to get through security. If they question the battery you can just point at the watt hours. The 26800mAh battery is labeled as 26800mAh/99.16Wh.

Aukey and Anker also make good batteries. Anker is considered the top tier.

Couple other things to note

  • You are only allowed one battery bank, and that battery has to be stored in your carry on baggage. So it's just the one battery bank for the whole trip.

  • Whatever battery you get it either needs to charge at 5v3a or have USB C power delivery at 5v3a\9v2a or above. Anything slower than 5v3a and the Switch will use power faster than the battery is providing it. It'll still extend your playtime because it's replacing used power, but you won't maintain or gain charge.

  • USB cables should be USB-IF certified. If using a USB A (rectangle end) to USB C (oval end) it should have a 56k ohm resister in it. The cable that comes with the Pro Controller fits this, and so do Amazon Basics cables.
u/Porkpants81 · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

This RavPower 26,800 is the one I use and it has an offer that it's on sale for $64.99....for the price it's by far the best one IMO.

Comparable Anker ones are around $90 or so.

u/JawneeJohnny · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I use this:

A little on the expensive side. However, it's a solid battery. I like that it's usb-c in & out in addition to the standard usb. I use my macbook charger to charge it via USB-C and it charges in about 4.5-5 hours flat. :)

It charges while playing.

Clip the coupon & redeem the promotion under the coupon clipping and it comes out to $63.99 from $81.99

u/nt4cats-reddit · 3 pointsr/PixelBook

/u/StillMind2010 's link didn't work for me, but here is the link for probably the same product from my Amazon purchase history.

Here is what to look for: It has to support USB PD. It has to have a high output wattage (30W is good, the wall charger that comes with the Pixelbook is 45W). Multiply the Volts x Amps to get the Watts -- this battery will do 15V at 2A or 20V at 1.5A.

u/sendblink23 · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Get the RavPower 26,800mAh especially for the PD type C, the one you linked. If you got a Google 18w Type C wall charger like the Google Pixel XL uses it can recharge it fully in 4.5 hours which is extremely fast compared to normally 12-14 hours. I own both and it works perfectly, still charges fast while Zelda full brightness.

u/Stone-J · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

So, why is this better than this one? This is also USB-C PD and cheaper.

u/binary · 3 pointsr/onebag

Not sure why you would necessarily need so many ports. When I travel I carry this RAVpower battery and a multi-USB converter. Currently I carry my MacBook Pro USB-C charger to charge the battery/laptop (I hardly use the battery for laptop power), and have funded this Kickstarter with the hopes of replacing that as well. I suppose my laptop is a svelte 13" rMBP and if I had something beefier this configuration would leave me wanting

u/geoffropuff · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

On Amazon, the 26800 version with PD is $59.99 with offer code: RAVPB058

u/FinTheMurloc · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitch
u/km00000 · 3 pointsr/GooglePixel
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/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/PriceKnight · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitchDeals

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u/SquishyMonstr · 3 pointsr/galaxys10

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

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/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/antgoo · 3 pointsr/GooglePixel

Just sharing my $0.02. I picked up this one -- same 20,100 capacity but with USB-C fast charge -- last week and have been using it on vacation without issue. I know it's not the exact model you asked about, but I own two other smaller Anker battery banks, two multi-USB chargers and a few cables and have had nothing but positive experiences with the brand.

u/blahblahrasputan · 3 pointsr/onebag


Anker PowerCore 20100mAh because they are so so cheap and reliable!


Anker PowerCore+ 20100mAh if you have an item that needs more amperage. USB-C phones or Nintendo Switch, something that wants a little more oomf. Not that more exp.

We own two of each for our camper. We live on these things for a long trips. They're also under regulation size for all flights. Both not too bad for (mens) jeans or a jacket pocket for their capacity, kinda bulky but you aren't going to get slimmer for that size. Definitely comfortable to throw in your backpack for a hike. Durable so far (2 years of many many camping trips and flights home)

u/JonnyFairplay · 3 pointsr/Disneyland

This is what I use and it's been pretty great.

u/BangsNaughtyBits · 3 pointsr/podcasting

Anker. Specifically:

The charger and battery are specifically listed on the SoundDevices page as supported for the MixPre-6, which requires a lot of power to run in normal mode. See the SoundDevices recommendations here:

The MixPre-3 isn't quite so aggressive but USB C is a standard that is all over the place with regard to data speeds and power carried. The MixPre recorders are USB 2.0 so power is the real concern and not speed.

Edit: The reason the cables are so stiff is the wires have to be beefy to carry that much power without overheating and failing. Most USB A ports and chargers only carry 10-12 watts. The full USB C spec goes to 100. Everything should fall back to the lowest common safe value if it all works. If you need flexible, then you will have to get shorter cables.

Edit2: I just plugged the supplied USB C to dual USB A cable into a mid-2010 MBP and plugged in my MixPre-6. I got a green battery indicator with two and one USB A connector attached and the mics all responded correctly. I didn't actually record as it was inconvenient.

I had a cheap generic USB A to C cable from a few years ago I had and it produced an amber battery display indicating lower power mode and only the first two preamps were functioning as ex[ected. I suspect I have another similar cable in a tablet box but I've never used it. I'll break it out if you wish.


u/glidej · 3 pointsr/motorcycles

I pack a very similar kit, the same luggage in fact. Here's how my kit has evolved.

  • I use a Kriega US-20 as a tail bag. This carries my clothes and acts as my general bullshit spot. It's never more than half full. I put it as far forward on the back of my bike as I can so I can use it as a backrest on longer transits.
  • I strap a Half Dome 2+ immediately behind the Kriega. It's seriously tiny and super easy to setup.
  • I cut down some small trash cans from the dollar store to create semi-hard liners for the soft luggage. The whole bag is less prone to deforming and is easier to mount like this. As an added bonus, you can pull everything out of a pannier at once by just grabbing the liner.
  • This is purely personal, but I hate wearing a backpack when I ride. I use a very small, magnetic tank bag for misc day needs like water and snacks. The OP derided batteries as heavy but my 20k mAh battery worked well for me.

    A couple things I highly recommend from OP's kit:

  • Rokstraps are worth every penny. He contrasted them with static straps, but they shine in comparison to cheap bungie nets even more. They don't wear out randomly and fail. Don't fuck with anything else.
  • Just get a cheap synthetic sleeping bag and compress the shit out of it. Use the several hundred dollars you saved to take a longer, cooler trip.
  • The stove he recommend is great, they do everything you need.

    Here's a another picture of the my load-out. It worked well for 3 week trip for me (but I didn't have to deal with cold weather).
u/Amish911 · 3 pointsr/Nexus6P

I've been using this one from RavPower for the past five months. It went all over Thailand with me in March and April, it works great.

u/retnuh730 · 3 pointsr/iphone

Yeah dude seems to be mistaken. Most people on the Apple side don't really have experience with fast chargers. I had a Nexus 6P and a Nintendo switch so I'm pretty well versed in all the different charging standards and how they work. I've got a battery bank from RAVPower that does USB-C PD that works exceptionally well for my X.

Unfortunately the only cable that really works well with USB-PD is the one sold by apple themselves so you're kinda stuck with that charge.

u/amb9800 · 3 pointsr/UsbCHardware

I've been looking for something similar (<400g, 30+ W PD, pass-through charging).

Haven't come across anything quite perfect, but so far I've found (in increasing price order):

u/pearlythepirate · 3 pointsr/MotoX

This one works great for me. Can't tell the difference in time to charge versus AC. And you can charge it using quick charging as well.

USB C Hubs Portable Charger RAVPower 20100mAh 30W Type C iSmart 3.0 Data Transfer, USB C/Type C Port Output, Power Bank External Battery Pack for Smartphones, MacBook 12''

u/adamadamada · 3 pointsr/Nexus

Relatively happy with my RAVpower

u/Saik0Shinigami · 3 pointsr/Nexus6P
u/foosion · 3 pointsr/GooglePixel

Many usb-c car chargers have a usb-a port, so presumably you could use the c cable for the pixel and plug a lightening cable into the a port.

For example,

Lightening quick charge could be a problem with this.

u/ScottTenorman54 · 3 pointsr/GooglePixel

From what I understand, it is indeed your port.

A 12 volt socket to USB-A cable will charge your phone normally, and if you want to rapid charge, go with a 12 volt to USB-C cable like this.

Hope that helps, I had the same problem coming from iPhone.

u/codyism · 3 pointsr/GooglePixel is what I bought. It is a -1 on the list but it is also Benson's personal unit. I figure if he rocks it I should be good. There are no standout car chargers right now.

u/AttemptedWit · 3 pointsr/Android

Ah gotcha, but in the case like the Choetech where the charger only has one C port and no A ports, the QC branding should be a non issue?

Thanks for doing this! With USB-C being the future, your work, along with Bensons's, is extremely important for the future of the standard.

Edit: it appears choetech may have used old housings for this model which includes the QC stamp. I amy request an exchange to be safe.

I may contact amazon and Choetech anyway and request a refund just to be safe.

u/Nirgan · 3 pointsr/nexus5x

I had same problem as you, I got advice to order Choetech from aliexpress (they sell there same stuff as on amazon and are aproved by Benson). This is link to their official aliexpress store. Links to the amazon stores where you can find approval by Benson
usb A<->C
and usb C<->C
From what I've seen, Benson doesn't test chargers itself, so I think only cables are risky (it has 4,5 stars on amazon too, here is link if you want to read reviews )

I ordered C<->C cable, A<->C cables and charger itself there. Charger came with one extra 1m (3,3ft) cable C<->C which i didn't expect, that's always nice

u/anthonyg45157 · 3 pointsr/Nexus6P

Typically no there arent any cheapos out there i would feel safe using. Once USB C becomes more popular we will see prices drop.

That being said, I have this and it works perfect

u/Leraeniesh · 3 pointsr/Moto_Z

Dunno if there is a general recommendation, but I picked up this one about a month ago, and it works pretty well.

u/bogeythrim · 3 pointsr/Nexus6P

I have this one and it rapid charges. I also have a car charger from the same company(cheotech) and it rapid charges as well.

u/FrisbeeInSpace · 3 pointsr/Nexus6P

Try this from Amazon. Make sure that you choose the USB-C one and not the QC 2.0 versions.

u/mattmonkey24 · 3 pointsr/nintendo

I use this:

It can output power and input at the same time (charge and discharge simultaneously). It can use type c or micro usb for charging. It can output 3a via type c. For a power bank, it has everything you need

And for a case I'll get one very similar to this one because it is not overly bulky, but still very sturdy.

u/bogus83 · 3 pointsr/AppalachianTrail

I used this.

The thing is a brick, almost a pound. But it has quick charge input, meaning if you stop for a meal somewhere you can top off a lot more than if you were slow charging, and it was enough for me to charge my Nexus 6 five times while using it every day for pictures, videos, blogging, and Guthook.

It looks like there's a new 10kmAh version, which might be even more appealing if the weight of the 20k is too much. QC3 input and output, optional USB-C input... I don't know about the new model, but the big one that I took last year took a beating and still works.

u/QWERTYtheASDF · 3 pointsr/GalaxyS8

I personally have a RAVPower and I love it.

u/Mikuro · 3 pointsr/TheSilphRoad

Those battery packs are killer. I have this one, very similar:

It's slightly smaller but has QuickCharge, which is vital for keeping my Android phone charging during intense use and heat (and not merely draining slowly like with most portable chargers).

It's comically large and hard to fit in my pocket sometimes, but I can charge all day long and it never dies. Love it.

That's my only everyday-carry item. If I'm going hiking or biking, I'll bring drinks and snacks, but in the city I'll just make pit stops as needed.

u/AdamManHello · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

This one from RavPower is cheaper than the Anker 26800 and only about $15 more than the Anker 20000. I use it all the time; works great. If it's still too expensive, just wait for a sale. Follow forums like Slickdeals - they love powerbanks.

u/titomb345 · 3 pointsr/radiohead

I've got this one here:

My phone (Nexus 6P) has a USB-C charger, and this one worked perfectly with it.

u/beyondthetech · 3 pointsr/amazon
u/jpw547 · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitchDeals

I have the amFilm tempered glass screen protector on mine and I really like it. I was hesitant about a screen protector at first because I normally don't put them on my devices, but I can hardly even tell that this one is on my Switch. No issues with glare that I've noticed either, and it's usually <= $10. (And that comes with 2, in case you mess up or wanna give one to a friend)

I don't have a battery pack for it, but I've been looking into them for a buddy of mine who is going on a trip from the US to the UK in a few months. The one I've been really thinking about is the RAVPower 20100 . It's on the more expensive end (~$50) but it is compatible with the Switch and will charge it ~3-4 times and only takes 4-5 hours to recharge the power bank.

As for the case I got one at Toys R Us last summer for about $20 and it has been fine. It's got some padding to protect the screen, and has these little plastic cases that can hold like 3 games and an SD card each I think... It doesn't have a ton of storage space, but it works. It depends on how much you want to put in there, but you definitely want some inside padded layer that lays on top of the screen so that nothing you put in there will put too much pressure on there.

u/n3farious · 3 pointsr/Nexus6P

Yes, with a A to C cable. Fast charging might not work, depending on the method and cable.. but it will charge.

BTW... I have this one and am quite happy with it.

EDIT: Added link

u/GamerKingFaiz · 3 pointsr/Nexus6P

Is the only difference between the one you linked and this one that the latter has Quick Charge 3.0? Does the 6P support that to make the extra $19 worth it?

u/almost_rel3vant · 3 pointsr/AskTechnology
u/Baestation · 3 pointsr/iphone

this monster is what I use. It’s ever so lovely

u/ltonto · 3 pointsr/electronic_circuits

Do you already have lots of AA batteries?

Your best option is a "power bank" - something like this one, which is 22000mAh.

The more mAh, the longer the battery life. So this is more than 10x your iPhone pack capacity (which 1558mAh) so should be good to recharge your completely-flat phone 10x over. If your iPhone only hits 50% at the end of the day, then you should be good for 20+ recharges.

The powerbank itself is rechargeable, so as long as you find a charge point every 10 days or so, you'll have continuous phone power available.

u/swaggolado · 3 pointsr/AndyMilonakisLive

Not 100% on these things, but close enough

Selfie stick / tripod

Battery pack

Wide angle lens

u/mrgreen72 · 3 pointsr/oculus

It's the Anker PowerCore 10000 PD

It's the Oculus earbuds. The other one is hanging on the side.

u/Irelandsworst · 3 pointsr/OculusQuest
u/DesignForDummies · 3 pointsr/UsbCHardware

This isn't quite as small as you are looking for but it's a good size for what you get. Definitely pocket-able. I carry it with me in my briefcase everywhere I go.

u/IamChadsReddit · 3 pointsr/OculusQuest

I was told this one works well

Anker PowerCore 10000 PD, 10000mAh Portable Charger USB-C Power Delivery (18W) Power Bank for iPhone 8/8+/X/XS/XR/XS Max, Samsung Galaxy S10, Pixel 3/3XL, iPad Pro 2018, and More

I have received mine and it seems pretty good, short wire, USB c charging, relatively small. I'm just waiting on some Velcro straps for mounting.

Mine was $35 so you may want to look around for cheaper

u/tehokosong · 3 pointsr/singapore

Don't let your dreams be dreams. DO IT

u/Peoples_Bropublic · 3 pointsr/flashlight

I might almost prefer a flashlight that runs on standard AA/AAA batteries in that situation. OP sounds like he's pretty remote, and I'm not sure he could reliably source CR123s without paying an arm and a dick for shipping, and I'd feel kind of sketchy about relying on rechargeables in an area with regular power failures, unless I have a generator or a solar panel.

Actually, one of these Anker solar chargers would probably be an excellent investment in OP's case.

u/SpikedJester · 3 pointsr/CampingGear

I bought this after doing some research. In full sunlight it will charge my portable battery like it was plugged into a wall. But just be aware that solar chargers need solid sunlight to work well. You would probably be better off buying an EasyAcc 26000 mah portable battery which will be able to charge your phone for a week easily.

u/PM_me_your_kitty_pix · 3 pointsr/PacificCrestTrail

Is this the solar you mentioned? Anker 21W 2-Port USB Universal PowerPort Solar Charger

u/zachpenty · 3 pointsr/Canadian_ecigarette

Little tip, these can be found at Princess Auto (not name brand) for MUCH cheaper. I have a few small hand-cases that I got for around $25.00.

On a side note, I got a solar panel for camping which I use to charge my battery packs, which then go on and charge my 18650's. Its super handy to not have to worry about running out of battery life while your out in the boonies!

u/omegis983 · 3 pointsr/iphone

I've got a Mophie case that works fine that was gifted to me but, if you're not dead set on a battery case, I'd recommend a portable battery pack instead. You'll get better value for your money than using a case.

Here's my recommendation:
Anker Astro E5 16000mAh Compact Portable Charger

That should provide you with roughly 4 full recharges on your 6 Plus. I've got a few products from Anker and between their warranty and prices, I'd highly recommend their battery pack. They also sell a portable solar panel kit as well that I've used while camping.

u/HackerBeeDrone · 3 pointsr/prepping

You're going to have a hard time getting smaller. If your radio has a battery that can be used to charge your phone in an emergency, it could take a week or more to charge that battery with the tiny solar panel, and hours of cranking. Those radios can run on very low current. Your cell phone takes a ton of current.

Something like this solar charger that folds flat is about the best you can do to get small and actually charge devices. You can get one that's lighter with fewer panels, but it'll increase charge time by a factor of the area lost.

That said, if you're willing to let the solar panel charge all day in direct sunlight, something like this battery pack could charge your phone, probably around 2/3 full during a full sunny day. The battery is huge, and can charge your phone 3x or so, so it is a decent option if you're planning on charging from mains power every few days, but want a backup in an emergency.

That pack is similar in size to many phones (and thicker), but you can absolutely get smaller packs, usually without the solar panels. I prefer packs without tiny solar panels that I view as gimmicky (I'd rather have high quality panels and high quality batteries that I can mix and match) but if you're looking to reduce volume and weight, they might suit you.

I recommend Anker brand. They're not remotely the only good brand out there, but I've bought around a dozen of their products and used some of them to failure, and I've never once seen signs of cheap design like I often find when (for example) other products just fall apart after a few weeks of heavy use.

Anker costs more, but a few years ago, I got tired of replacing broken stuff, and only look elsewhere when Anker doesn't make exactly what I'm looking for.

u/Akiraoo · 3 pointsr/pokemongo

I'm using a Samsung Galaxy s4 mini. This phone will have issues with the "GPS location not found issue." I found the fix for this is to download another app known as: "GPS status & toolbox" run the "Gps status and toolbox" app before opening the "pokemon go" app. The game will now work. You will see pokemon. Note: The servers are currently being slammed. So the game is not really playable. But once the servers calm down. Your phone will be able to play it. I was playing early this morning with no problems. Then people woke up and slammed the servers. I hoped this helped! BTW: The battery drain of this app on our phone is killer. Expect 4 hours max before a dead battery. I recommend grabbing a EasyAcc Monster 20000mAh Power Bank right now. They are on sale for $32.99, which is a 90% discount from the original price of $122.99.

u/TrivisionZero · 3 pointsr/Nexus6P

Personally if there was any doubt about a product that will power your entertainment device on a trip, I'd get a highly recommended portable battery bank instead. You have Aukey, Anker, Amazon Basics, or EasyAcc (my personal favorite, last two products from them still really good almost a year later).

I have the 10,000 mAh one, but this one looks better tbh. Has 20Ah and 4.8A output.

However if you don't wanna have a converter cable as well as a normal type-C on you, get this Anker one.

u/Chadarius · 3 pointsr/Bushcraft

I use the following battery and solar panel for camping and it works pretty good!

This battery has dual usb charging ports so it can be recharged faster and it has a flashlight.

I use this solar charger with it. It can recharge 25-50% of the battery on a sunny day.

If you charge the battery up fully before your trip you should be able to recharge your camera, iPod, and paperwhite at least twice before it runs out.

When I am not camping I usually put the panel and battery in my windshield to charge during the day.

u/WeirdDudeInTheCorner · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I'm really glad the Switch releasing on March 3rd as I'm planning a trip from LA to London a week after. I can't wait to play the switch on the plane instead of the 3ds I usually would take.

I'm planning to buy a new usb c 3amp battery pack for this situation, just in case there isn't power available on my seat. I figure with the rumored 4300 mah battery (I would assume close to the actual capacity even if it is wrong) I should be able to get at least 3 full charges off of a 20,0000 mah battery pack or at least 5 charges off a 30,0000 mah battery pack (assumes a 20% loss through charging).

Giving me more than enough power for the 10 hour flight, if i start with a full battery. Not that I typically even play games the entire flight, considering naps and meals.

u/eLKosmonaut · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitch


I have this one, and its been to Jamaica and back without issue thus far. Mainly got it with the "always be prepared" mindset, but I love it. If you have other USB - C devices, you need to be sure not to charge the brick off of your device, because you can do that too ><

u/LongUsername · 3 pointsr/nexus5x

Probably your best bet for now is buying one of these. Yes, the formfactor sucks but you could rubberband it to your phone if you really wanted to.

The other option would be to use one of the other smaller ones with an A to C cable. It would work fine, just charge the phone at a slightly lower rate.

u/TH3J4CK4L · 3 pointsr/Nexus6P

If he's in Canada, he'd be getting it from That would make it 79.99.

u/DenizenEvil · 3 pointsr/Nexus6P

Jesus Christ.

Why not go for Anker? Anker is known to be good. I have one of their other power banks, but this one looks good:

It's half the price, twice the capacity.

u/Dynamicide · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

This one: Anker PowerCore+ 20100, USB-C/Type-C Ultra-High Capacity, Premium Portable Charger, 20100mAh

It has USB-C and the IQ technology which detects what power output your device needs. It's a bit pricey, so I'm waiting for a discount or something, but this seems like the best option in terms of portable charges. But I'm still not sure about how power loss works and stuff, so if someone could validate that this would be a good charger I would appreciate it.

u/Mallingong · 3 pointsr/gadgets

Here you go less than half of the price ($60), and almost twice the power (20,100mah) and it charges the same amount of devices with 2 USB Type A and 1 USB type C outputs.

Alternatively this one is 26,800mah (the largest size you can take on a plane) and has Qualcomm 3.0 charging and costs $70.

Both also have technologies to make sure your devices recognize it as a charging source so that they will charge a full speed.

And a free 18 month warranty

u/theimmc · 3 pointsr/Ingress

Battery pack with USB C :

u/Nathan-K · 3 pointsr/chromeos
Report:<br />
2/12/2019 3:00:05<br />
Anker   Powercore+ 20100 usb c reported as low-power charger on Pixelbook.<br /><br />

Well... this IS a low-power Type-C charger. Please see my comments to /u/IHaveAMilkshake here:

u/busmaster · 3 pointsr/GooglePixel

The one with USB-c is supposed to go on sale tomorrow AM. I have it on my watch list

Edit: added link

Edit : live now 47.99

u/Hamza1299 · 3 pointsr/mac

I'm a huge fan of this one. Anker in general is a reputable company that sells great battery and cable products. I don't have any experience with this particular product though, but I imagine it'll be great.

u/AutomaticReboot · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Power banks are safe. But if you want a suggestion, I would personally get the Anker Powercore.

u/ryanmercer · 3 pointsr/Nexus6P

best option for now is the shortest approved cable you can find and

u/DonOblivious · 3 pointsr/pokemongo

Attached to an Anker 20100mah battery

u/BokeTsukkomi · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I have this guy here, higly recommend it. Have it used in some 15 hours flights.;amp;psc=1

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/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/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/mikev37 · 3 pointsr/vive_vr

I'm 90% sure it was this one:;amp;qid=1565640876&amp;amp;s=gateway&amp;amp;sr=8-5

It fits into the holder, but it juts out of it. lasts for about twice the length of the HTC battery.

u/onemantwohands · 3 pointsr/galaxys10

I am an avid traveler, and I use this anker as it has Quick Charge 3.0 as well as another outlet for charging my actual camera. QC3.0 allows me to charge my phone from 20% to 80% in 30-40 mins usually since I am a heavy camera phone users also. I would go days without an outlet sometimes so this usually last me 3 days without a charge from an outlet, before it goes dead.

u/Apneal · 3 pointsr/Vive

If it's QC3, it'll say so. I use this one and it works fine, even fits in the stock belt clip:

u/PrinnyZ · 3 pointsr/Vive

While the adapters are pricey, they are totally worth it IMO. So I don't think you made a mistake here.

I have the wireless adapter as well and its how VR should be, un-tethered.

Regarding your 20K capacity battery, make sure it has a quick charge 3.0 port. It will only work if your adapter is plugged into that.

Here is the Anker battery bank I use (I get about 6 hours of play from it)

You could use the big bank while having the smaller one as a back up. Or go for two and when you swap, plug the other in to charge.;qid=1571149687&amp;sr=8-4

u/Jun1orDemiGod · 3 pointsr/Vive

I got the wireless adapter day one and I'm still using the original battery and this Anker QC3 powerbank

u/SeniorDemiGod · 3 pointsr/Vive

I've got myself a tiny backpack. It's just big enough for the Anker 20000

Ok it's got a Teddy Bear embroidered on it, but I like to think it adds to the style.

u/Scyntrus · 3 pointsr/Vive

So intel CPUs only have 16 pcie lanes. Make sure your bios is set to split the lanes 8/4/4. GPU gets 8, wifi card gets 4, and if you have any m.2 drive it gets the other 4. Sometimes it decides to round robin 16 lanes, which kills performance.

For the disconnects, replace the wireless battery and cable. This worked for me:;amp;psc=1;amp;psc=1

Also funny enough I have the exact same hardware you have except I'm using 3200Mhz RAM. The video encoding for the wireless adapter does consistently consume an entire CPU core, but Skyrim wasn't using it anyways so I haven't noticed much performance difference. I do notice that in some dark scenes I get jpg-like compression artifacts. On the other hand VRChat performance really shit the bed and I get constant compression artifacts in crowded instances.

u/Dr_Dugtrio · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitchDeals

This one is 2100mAh and has the Nintendo protocols and branding. These two are the safest to use with your switch but not by a significant amount over other USB-C If complaint devices. Like this.

u/bonesda · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitchDeals

The one you linked doesn’t have the USB C PD or Power Delivery. It won’t charge the Switch at a high rate. In other words, when you’re playing a game the switch won’t be charging. It could be maintaining power, but it won’t go up power wise.

Now there isn’t a risk of buying the above. It’s a solid power bank but it’s not optimal.

There is a twin of the one linked in the deal that doesn’t have the branding and is sold for $30 or more less than the branded one. If you’re patient you can find it for $20-$35. I got a used one from eBay for under $20.

Here’s a link to the twin on amazon:

Can’t find the solo one that comes without the plug.

u/Natsu-One · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitchDeals

For this price, I would rather suggest that you wait for the Anker PowerCore Speed 20000 PD powerbank because it comes with a 30W wall charger and the powerbank itself supports the fast USB-C power delivery. Currently it sells at $79.99 but I got it at $49.99 in a lightning deal mid-February.

You can add this to your Amazon watch list or a Keepa account to be notified the next time it has a lightning deal:;psc=1

u/JmanFdude · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Post was removed so here is the info if you need it:

Just thought I would let everyone know that apparently there is a problem right now with 3rd party docks and possibly portable batteries. According to Nintendo, they are investigating this issue and still trying to figure it out but 3rd party docks and portable batteries are causing the Nintendo switch to brick. Was wondering if anyone else has had this problem?

Here is a link to the exact battery.

u/CheeZuShRicE · 3 pointsr/oculus

I think an RMA would be on the cards rather than the glue. Or theres always

EDIT that wasnt overly helpful first off nightmare on busting it sorry for your loss, if you go down the DAS route this might help:;amp;psc=1 pop socket for battery on DAS.;amp;psc=1 1.5ins Dring;amp;psc=1 (nice stuff, soft for loop around Dring);amp;psc=1 ( 2ins rather than 1 but worked well for main DAS mount, just cut it to rough shape stuck it on then went round on a cutting mat with a craft knife, feels super strong do not feel the need for wrapping more velro)



2x 90 Degree USB C Type C Male to Female Adapter, Right &amp; Left 90 Degree USB-C 3.1 Type-C Male to Female Extension Adapter for Laptop &amp; Tablet &amp; Mobile Phone

AmazonBasics Double Braided Nylon USB Type-C to Type-C 2.0 Cable | 0.3 m, Dark Grey


More pics

Good luck hope it gets fixed up.

u/SpaceMonkeyNation · 3 pointsr/OculusQuest

I ordered some Widmovr plano (non-prescription) lenses to protect the built in ones. These have been great and they come with snap on/off protectors as well.

I purchased the Anker PowerCore 10000 PD power bank and it has been good so far and doubles as a nice weight on the back of the headset where I strapped it with some velcro.

I also bought some Mamut grips that I much prefer over the stock controller straps.

Outside of that the only other things I've picked up are an Xbox One controller for sideloaded content and a case.

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 &amp; USB Type-C Laptops (e.g. 2016 MacBook) Power Delivery Support

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

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/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;amp;ie=UTF8&amp;amp;qid=1505591552&amp;amp;sr=1-7&amp;amp;keywords=Anker+PowerCore%2B#Ask

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/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/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/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/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/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/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/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/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/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/Lizzibabe · 2 pointsr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

Plan for the cold. Buy a good sleeping bag and don't scrimp on it. This link recommends Kelty brand sleeping bags. I own Kelty brand and its good. A mummy style fits closer for warmth, but can feel claustrophobic. a rectangular style fits looser for movement, but at a cost of less warmth.

Plan for warm layers for yourself. buying a good baselayer can help keep you warm when you're not in your sleeping bag. Merino wool is a good choice, but it costs. its worth the cost. there are synthetic styles that are cheaper.

Buy a good headlamp, because making your way to the public restrooms in the dark sucks muchly and you'd hate it if you dropped and lost your flashlight. plus carrying a flashlight in your hand means you can't carry much else.

Buy something that will help you cook your food and heat water. If that's going to be handled for you, then you might not need it. Me, I like to be self-sufficient and I really like my tea. Be sure to ask your group how food is going to be handled. I like GSI Outdoors brand because its nice and compact and its a nice size for a Vargo titanium alcohol stove. If you go this route, you'll need Denatured Alcohol which is hard to be shipped. Call around local hardware stores or hiking stores around you to see if anyone carries it. You'll also need flip top plastic squeeze bottles to carry the alcohol around in. Keep it in its own leak-proof bag. If you have a store close to you like Cabela's or REI, they carry this stuff too.

buy a travel mug with a cover. Me, I like Hydroflask brand because its flip-top cap is leak proof, but YMMV.

Here's a bunch of hacks that look interesting. You don't have to go all-out on these, but if you find yourself doing this type of car-camping again, you'll find them useful. Here's some more tips for first-time campers

WEAR STURDY SHOES. Boots are a great idea, but they also make hiking shoes that are lighter in weight. Buy merino wool socks. Merino wool is like ovens for your feet. I like Smartwool or Darn Tough

For food: I've done an entire camping trip on nothing but unrefrigerated foods. I bought a good crusty bread, squeeze peanut butter and squeeze jam. there are also pre-packaged hiking foods that are tasty. Make sure you bring several gallons of water and be sure to keep hydrated.

also BUG SPRAY! Don't mess around with "all natural" bug spray. You want DEET. I went camping in an area that was close to the water table and was basically mosquito breeding central. from the time when I arrived and the time I finally broke down and bought a DEET-based repellant, I was bitten 47 times.

edited to add: PHONE CHARGERS! This is mega important because power is going to be a premium at a festival. I own this Anker Power Core and it will re-charge your phone up to 7 times. Its kind of heavy, but its worth it. Anker also sells smaller ones that will recharge a phone twice to three times.

edited again to add: Anything you buy, test it before the trip happens. Sleep a night in your new sleeping bag. test your new camp-stove (outside preferably). cook something in your new camp pot. see how it works so that if there's something that doesn't happen the way you want it, you know about it before the big day. especially if you've never used a campstove before: you want to learn how to operate it without burning yourself or others or setting fire to things that shouldn't be on fire.

u/Moe_Capp · 2 pointsr/Vive

I went with a recommended Anker 20000 as it fits perfect in the included battery clip. It's a monster and lasts for hours. But as it's heavier than the stock battery it doesn't easily clip directly to the headband like with the stock battery, so smaller batteries could be a better choice for that.

Supposedly any battery with Quick Charge 3.0 output will work, probably some black friday deals going on.

u/Galatoni · 2 pointsr/Vive
u/Svlar · 2 pointsr/Vive

I got one of these, others on here have said they work well, hopefully find out myself on Monday.

u/Jaroki · 2 pointsr/Vive
u/MontyAtWork · 2 pointsr/Vive

All that matters is it's Anker and says Quick Charge 3 right? Like this one would work?

u/Mucker2002 · 2 pointsr/Vive

I''m in the UK and got THIS ONE from Amazon.

It's like it was made to fit the official battery holder it's just longer.

EDIT: Looks like it's available where you are - Anker PowerCore Speed 20000, Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0

u/kna_rus · 2 pointsr/Vive

You can use the headset with wireless adapter in what I call "wired wireless mode" by plugging USB power into a QC 3.0 capable charger - I have a 5 meter USB cable for that and it works fine. Here's the charger I use to charge controllers, trackers and battery after VR sessions. The QuickCharge port can also power the wireless adapter. You may want to check your phone charger for support of QC 3 too - some phones support it.

As for power banks, HTC ones are trash. They give around 2 hours of play and then charge for like 7 hours because they don't support QC input at all. They are that bad. On the upside, they can charge from any USB port.
Luckily, you can use any QC 3.0 capable power bank. I personally use Anker PowerCore Speed 20000, gives around 5 hours of playtime, fits into HTC clip (although it sticks out as it is much longer), and has QC support for its own charging, so it charges in around 6 hours too. Having two of these, you can theoretically swap them for unlimited wireless playtime. You can also charge one controller at a time from its second USB port.

u/mrgreaper · 2 pointsr/Vive

just ordered an upgraded version of my charger (;psc=1 ) will that seen reports that it does work on the tpcast (figured mine is the older one) so should work on the official one too.
Just had a brief 17 minute game of blade &amp; sourcery, recorded it and may upload it though man I came off psychotic!

lack of cable is a huge difference when playing though because I was recording it caused the system to stress out, near the end it was a tad jolty and the device got very hot.

u/Duffy315 · 2 pointsr/Switch

Anker PowerCore Speed 20000 PD, 20100mAh Portable Charger &amp; 30W Power Delivery Wall Charger Bundle, Input &amp; Output Type C Power Bank for MacBook Air/iPad Pro 2018, Nexus 6P, iPhone 8/X, MacBooks, S10

This is the one I bought. Not the “official” one but it works great.

u/rom_racer · 2 pointsr/gpdwin

There's a link to the Wiki in the sidebar. The Wiki has a USB-PD page that lists chargers and power banks. Personally, I've used this because I already had it and it works fine:



If you need a power bank (battery) too, you can get them in a combo, something like this:


u/DNguyen7142343 · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Just got this Anker PowerCore Speed 20000 PD couple of weeks ago:

The bank comes with a USB-C Power Delivery wall charger to charge the bank itself in about 4 hours. It charges the Switch while playing in handheld/tabletop, and it fast charges my Note 8! I bought this powerbank specifically for flights as well.

Whatever you do, it's recommended you go with a powerbank that has USB-C power delivery for the Switch!

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/NvidiaforMen · 2 pointsr/GooglePixel

I would recommend Anker and Aukey from my experience

Anker PowerCore Speed 20000 PD, 20100mAh Portable Charger &amp; 30W Power Delivery Wall Charger Bundle, Type C Power Bank for MacBook Air/iPad Pro 2018, Nexus 5X / 6P, iPhone 8 / X, MacBooks

Anker Powerline+ C to C 2.0 Cable (6ft), High Durability, for USB Type-C Devices Including Samsung Galaxy Note 8 S8 S8+ S9, Google Pixel, Nexus 6P, Huawei Matebook, MacBook, iPad Pro 2018 and More

u/allanrmf · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

You are showing a different model. The one you are showing is an older model that doesn’t have usb c PD.

In Amazon US that older model is also $49

The newer model is this one:

You can also check the price history in pages like camelcamelcamel to see that the price drop is real:

u/troyrad · 2 pointsr/anker
u/meh_mediocre · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

There's also a lower capacity model w/ charger for a little bit less. I don't think it has the same features as this one, but otherwise it seems like a good deal as well.

u/land8844 · 2 pointsr/tablets

This guy

Keep in mind, you get what you pay for. I've had more than a few battery banks, and none have stuck around as long as this one has.

u/KydDynoMyte · 2 pointsr/OculusQuest

I'm confident I can easily get over 7 hours of play time with the 10000 PD and the Quest battery combined.

I have this one. I like this one because the usbc to usbc PD port was able to charge the Quest from 5% to 85% while playing using the included Anker usbc to usbc cable.

There is a newer "10000 PD Redux" version that works with Anker PD chargers better I believe. But I couldn't pass up the $25 Prime Day deal for the non-Redux version.

u/rufio1969 · 2 pointsr/Nexus6P

I've been using this one since Oct. It's been great.

u/prophecy0 · 2 pointsr/Switch

Currently on sale for $54.99 (you must apply the promotion).

u/Monochrome_Cosmonaut · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

This power bank is great, although it is quite pricey.

u/cowsareverywhere · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch
u/scubastevegk · 2 pointsr/Surface

I used this one with my Go on a flight last week and it worked great. Have had it for a while, use it with my MacBook Pro, my Pixelbook, my Switch, my Pixel 2, along with a bunch of other assorted USB-A devices, and it's been excellent.

u/waffledork · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

The 30W RAVPower one I suggested has PD capabilities and so does this other RAVPower 26800 one, it seems. Actually - this is only a couple bucks more than the one I listed and it's a larger power source....maybe I'll test this one too...

Again, I'm not sure how well they'll work but good luck!

I have heard, by the way, that you shouldn't use your Pixel charger or cable with other USB-C devices. Just an FYI. You can use thr cable to charge your Pixel, even from a powerbank, but don't use that cable for your Switch.

u/djthegeek · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I THINK this one may be safe:;amp;psc=1

It says it has the RavPower ismart but appears to only use it on the USB-A ports while leaving the USB-C port to PD with 30w 15v/2a.

It's even advertised as iSmart2.0+Type-C with the features set:

iSmart 2.0 Two USB output + 30W PD Type-C Port

Does that seem correct?

u/jdcox215 · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I'm not sure why this is happening. I have this charger ( that I bought specifically so I could charge while I play. I plugged it in while the Switch was off and it showed charging for a brief second, and when it booted it up, no charging symbol. I pressed the button on the battery pack as is said, and that didn't change anything....

The crazy thing is, it's actually charging....just no indication.. Bug?

u/onomeister · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

This one is highly recommended for the Switch:

It's USB-PD (Power Delivery), it'll charge while playing. If you want negative reviews, just scroll down on the Amazon page and read some.

u/Digimon_Shiny · 2 pointsr/nintendo

$70 (and that's the discount price for people who pledge, retail will be over $100) for a 12,000 mAh battery that hasn't been tested by anyone outside of the developers? No thanks. I'm currently considering this battery which costs about the same as the early adopter price of this one, but has over twice the charging capacity at 26800 mAh and is recommended at /r/nintendoswitch. According to users of it, it charges the Switch just as fast as the official Nintendo USB-C wall adapter, and we don't know if this 'SwitchCharge' will even charge the Switch faster than the battery drains while playing Zelda.

u/jlipenta · 2 pointsr/Vive

Thanks for this! Was it easy to install? I'm seriously considering this. I don't mind the lenses but I'd prefer to have the best.

As for batteries, I'm wondering if something like these would work?;amp;psc=1;amp;psc=1

HTC mentioned on their forums that they will be selling the first party batteries separately without the kit, but no ETA on when. I don't find that it lasts long enough for my tastes, but having two or three couldn't hurt.

u/Ltjenkins · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Anything I can do read or research this?

I have this

And I really want to make sure it’s okay to use on just the switch. I usually bring it when I travel home for holidays (I don’t bother with the dock).

u/joikansai · 2 pointsr/razer

There’s a lot like this that could charge the stealth but I didn’t get it because first it seems slower, too big for my portability, mostly made from plastic, I’m afraid that could harm the stealth and in otherside Razer PB is built already for stealth. I think dell or ibm have also their original PB for notebook that also costs over 100 bucks when I’m not wrong.

u/irishtexmex · 2 pointsr/PixelBook

I LOVE them.

I remember one particular instance where I was finding some soft classical music to play in the background while I worked. Except that I had left the volume too high (from jamming out to them earlier), and instead of getting to work I closed my eyes. The beautiful clarity and staging that came crashing through completely took me, and I realized after about 10 minutes that I had been sitting there, eyes closed, completely fixed on a concerto. It was delightful.

HOWEVER, I'd bet dollars to donuts that the Sony's are more comfortable. I think it just depends on your priorities. What sold me on the PX's was:

  1. Beauty - I was hesitant about the blue/gold combination when I ordered them, but hugely relieved when I opened them up. They are gorgeous.
  2. Durability - I think both the Bose &amp; Sony's are too plastic-ky for how much they cost. The build quality of the PX's feels fantastic. Plus I was sold when I watched 1:48-2:20 of this YouTube video. They might not fold up as compact as the Sony's or Bose, but try doing that to either one of them.
  3. USB-C - This was more important to me than it it is to probably 99% of the rest of the world (/r/Pixelbook excluded?). I have one charger in my backpack that charges my laptop (Pixelbook), phone (Pixel 2 XL), and headphones (B&amp;W PX). Not only does it charge over USB-C, but it can do audio over both USB-C and 3.5 mm. Super convenient.
u/TheFlandy · 2 pointsr/u_satisfye

Alright so I just ended up backing for the $45 tier :) What really pushed me over the edge was that it appears that the case has room for the exact same power bank I use :P It's this one I right? But seriously you guys thought of everything.

Anyway, quick question about the thumb pads. You don't actually mention them anywhere in the indiegogo apart from the rewards section. Your answer will obviously be biased but what do you think of playing with them versus without them? I've never purchased thumbpads for any console I've owned so it'll be a new thing for me

Also, what differences are there with the Indiegogo case vs your existing one on amazon? Obviously this one was built with the grip in mind but is there anything else?

I assume the USB 3 cable is also safe to use? Seems that a lot of USB 3 cables on amazon don't actually meet the specifications of the standard so I've been afraid to get any USB cables that aren't made by Nintendo. It's not gonna brick my Switch like some of those 3rd party docks is it?

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/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/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/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 &amp; USB Type-C Laptops (e.g. 2016 MacBook) Power Delivery Support

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/BlakStatus · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

&gt;They cost about the same

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

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/mag44 · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitchDeals

Anker Powercore +;amp;psc=1

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.;amp;qid=1550098031&amp;amp;s=wireless&amp;amp;sr=1-3

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 &amp; USB Type-C Laptops (e.g. 2016 MacBook) Power Delivery Support

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 &amp; USB Type-C Laptops (e.g. 2016 MacBook) Power Delivery Support

u/MajorNoodles · 2 pointsr/PixelBook
u/65dustin · 2 pointsr/NewOrleans

I know you weren't asking for a review, but these things are next-to-useless in an actual emergency. The batteries in these things are tiny; they barely give you a 20% charge. Which would be fine except the solar panel on it is only enough to maintain the clock on it. If you run it with the radio on in the sunshine it dies after about an hour. They're only useful as radios and when totally dead you still have to crank it constantly just to listen to the radio. It's not enough power.

Get a big USB power bank maybe?

u/AeroKy · 2 pointsr/electricdaisycarnival

Portable Chargers RAVPower 22000mAh Portable Phone Charger 22000 Power Banks 5.8A Output 3-Port (2.4A Input, iSmart 2.0 USB Ports, Li-polymer Battery Banks) For Smartphone Tablet – Black

That's the one, :) After it's all together, its 'only' about 5 lbs. That's 3 pieces of plexiglas, hardware, 2 batteries, and a large perler. :)
Its "all in one" so if I wanted too, I could put some rope around it and hang it around my neck instead of using a stick!

u/not_sauce · 2 pointsr/wyzecam

I've replied in another thread but, couldn't you put one of these: [power bricks] (;amp;qid=1525440093&amp;amp;sr=8-6&amp;amp;keywords=usb+battery) in between the car plug and the wyze cam and it will continue to monitor when car is off, and power the brick when the car is on...

u/fisherrider · 2 pointsr/bicycletouring

We just (September 2016) did kind of a similar ride down the Cascades from Klamath Falls to Truckee, and what you're bringing looks very similar to what we had. Some notes based on your list:

  • Nights got down to the 30s (though it may be warmer in Washington?). I was happy to have a 20 degree sleeping bag; another guy we met along the way found it rather cold in a less-insulated bag.

  • I'd only bring 2 pairs of socks and 2 undies - you can wash the extra pair and put it under a bungee to dry during the day. I'd go with fewer shirts as well: 2 short sleeve / 1 long sleeve is probably enough. I actually brought like 4 jerseys and 4 short sleeve shirts, and only used 3 jerseys and 2 shirts. Why 2 tights? In case one gets wet?

  • YMMV, but I'd much prefer a down jacket to just a vest - my arms are what get cold!

  • I like having a bladder rather than a third bottle - less space when you know you can get water along the way, and big ones can hold 3+ liters for when you suspect you can't get water.

  • If the solar charger works for you, great. I read up on them a bit and it seemed like they were unreliable at best. Instead I went for a large-capacity battery ( which is less bulky but perhaps heavier.

    I also liked keeping things organized in gallon ziplocks and / or lightweight dry bags.

    Regardless, have a blast!
u/SumAlias · 2 pointsr/iphone

I got this cheaper one just to get me through for now

Seneo iPhone X Wireless Charger, Fast Wireless Charger Charging Pad for Samsung Galaxy Note 8 S8 S8 Plus S7 S7 Edge Note 5 S6 Edge Plus, Standard Charge for Apple iPhone X / 8 / 8 Plus (No AC Adapter)

u/ZeroTanuki · 2 pointsr/battlestations

Thanks, appreciate it.

The phone holder is just wireless charger.

The ipad holder is from Anker, but I don't believe they make it anymore. This is the closest thing to it that I could find.

The lamp

u/pjw724 · 2 pointsr/lgg6

I use this Seneo with my G6:

It's dual coil, seems fast enough for a wireless charger. Holds the phone at a nice angle.
Some good reviews from other G6 owners.;amp;reviewerType=all_reviews&amp;amp;pageNumber=1&amp;amp;filterByKeyword=G6

One thing to bear in mind about wireless chargers.. the phone won't be using Quick Charge for variable voltage/current 'gentle' charging. Battery temps are higher with inductive charging.

And the charger does not shut itself off @ 100% as many assume.. it will keep going until the battery controller terminates charging, which is usually a couple full hours beyond terminal battery voltage (4.36 on the G6), as will the wired charger. I wouldn't make a habit of leaving a QC phone on a charger overnight, wired or wireless. Kinda defeats the purpose of the battery-preserving QC tech.

Another thing about a wireless charger.. it won't increment the charge cycle count, which is the key indicator of battery age/lifetime. At least it doesn't on my G6, I expect that's generally the case.


Here's a dual-coil Seneo with an On/Off button. Allows use of the charger as a stand without continually charging the phone.

u/brp · 2 pointsr/samsung

This for your phone and maybe something else beside it for the watch.

If you need the QC 3.0 power brick (The Samsung QC 2.0 brick does NOT power this charger to wireless fast charge), then get this.

I've actually not connected my wireless chargers to fast chargers purposefully to charge slower as I have them setup on my desk and bedside, where all I need is a trickle charge.

u/formless63 · 2 pointsr/functionalprint

Nice work! This looks great! I just ordered a carriage plate that will hopefully have me back up and printing soon.

That said, just a quick heads up that I had an identical looking charger I used to use next to my bed, until one night I woke up and smelled burning plastic and realized it had melted into my night stand. I switched back to a wired charger thereafter. I still use wireless on my desk and other places I'm observing it, but be careful while you're sleeping!

I know my case is likely fairly rare. But these things as overnight chargers freak me out now.

This is the one that burned on me:
Seneo Wireless Charger, Qi Certified Wireless Charging Stand

u/Secretguardian18 · 2 pointsr/GalaxyS8

I ordered this wireless charger for my S8.

u/Joecascio2000 · 2 pointsr/galaxynote5

Go to Amazon and search for "wireless charger note 5".

Pretty much any of them will work. It just depends on how much you are willing to pay. If you can afford it, I would buy one of the wireless fast chargers such as this one.

u/Krunk83 · 2 pointsr/GalaxyS8

I use this one and it's great. Seneo PA014 Fast Wireless Charger 2 Coils QI Wireless Charging Stand(Sleep-Friendly) for S8 S8 Plus S7 S7 Edge Note 5 S6 Edge Plus - No AC Adapter

u/wreckedred · 2 pointsr/lgv30

Hey OP - I like this one and have multiple.

u/Beezure · 2 pointsr/iphone

using this.;amp;psc=1

remember you have to be on the latest beta to get he 7.5w.

i checked by having a in line usb multimeter , so i can see what the charger is drawing, def. increased after the latest update.

u/squeakyL · 2 pointsr/GalaxyS8

Or you could spend even less and get this:;amp;psc=1

I've been using it for months with my S6 and more recently with my S8+ with no problems. It shows up as fast wireless charging when I use it with my S8+

u/outlawa · 2 pointsr/GalaxyS8

I'm using a Seneo that was bought from Amazon:;amp;psc=1

$20.00. I have 2 at home (the wife uses one) and one at work. I've had no problems.

u/ExtraTerra1 · 2 pointsr/MotoX

I use this one and it works like a charm. I had the aukey 20000 QC 2.0 and it didn't work at all with the moto x pure but it worked just fine with every other phone.

u/funbob · 2 pointsr/GalaxyNote8

Anker PowerCore QC version if you want quick charging capability.

Or the non QC version if you don't care about quick charging and want to save a few bucks.

u/Ryan_C0x · 2 pointsr/OculusQuest

So, today it's supposed to come in (probably later today) so I think that what my list should look like

( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) My list:

  • Deluxe audio strap
  • Anker power bank (like this one Battery 10000mah )
  • Charger from USB A to USB C (fast charging)
  • Velcro straps
  • 100 $


    And there. So the deluxe audio strap is that good then. I mean I could afford it even after I bought the oculus quest but I want to get back my 550$(CAD because most of you are American I think) before I buy something big like that again. So once I buy it (if I buy it) I will tell you guys because bbqturtle asked so I should because it's the nice thing to do:).


    Also thank you, everyone, especially bbqturtle

u/goatmeel · 2 pointsr/vive_vr

I got this Anker 10000 battery ($36) which fits perfectly into the battery holder and has much better battery life:

u/RichRobotCowboy · 2 pointsr/Android

I've got [this one] (;amp;qid=1486418184&amp;amp;sr=8-1&amp;amp;keywords=anker+10000+quick+charge+3.0) and it's awesome. It also comes with a 3' cable and neat little carrying pouch.

Supports QC and is very portable for a good price.

u/Baronheisenberg · 2 pointsr/Vive

I got this one. It's ever so slightly wider than the HTC one, so it actually fits more snuggly in the included battery cradle (which I just clip to the back of the HMD)

[Upgraded PowerIQ] Anker...

u/GoBanana42 · 2 pointsr/OkCupid

Well if it makes you feel better I carry this bad boy around with me

Hashtag setlife, hashtag citylife

u/ultralord527 · 2 pointsr/GalaxyS8

I have had this anker since my Gs6E. Supports up to quick charge 3.0 and is also backwards compatible to 2.0. I love it, charges my phone about 2.5 times. Also, my Gs6E was the Exynos variant. Hope this helps!;amp;qid=1499890730&amp;amp;sr=8-2&amp;amp;keywords=anker+power+bank+quick+charge

u/tomgabriele · 2 pointsr/Smartphones

&gt; Maybe a different technology than Qualcomm's, but I definitely get a quick charging notifixation when charging my phone

Actually, I think it does and that's my mistake. I had a ZF2 Laser, which didn't have QC, but it looks like Asus did license QC for the normal ZF2.

So you'll get faster charging with an actual Quickcharge-compatible battery like this one.

u/atomxv · 2 pointsr/GalaxyS8

I have that one too but unless you need to power several devices or charge your phone for a week, it's overkill. get a much smaller/lighter 10,000 mah powercore speed models. I also have this one and it's great.;amp;ie=UTF8&amp;amp;qid=1493322214&amp;amp;sr=1-1&amp;amp;keywords=powercore+speed

u/JeffOTF · 2 pointsr/GearVR

I have been using an Anker PowerCore Speed 10000 QC;amp;qid=1482691565&amp;amp;sr=8-1&amp;amp;keywords=Anker+PowerCore+Speed+10000+QC with just a generic micro USB cable and it charges while using the 2015 Gear VR. The charge is slow, but it is still a net positive charge.

u/Mananercal · 2 pointsr/bapcsalescanada

No idea about Jackery as I haven't heard of it before, but I use both Anker and Aukey batteries and they have been pretty fantastic. Anker seems higher in quality but I haven't had a problem with either of my Aukey batteries and they cost less. I mainly buy Anker cables, they're pretty good and go 'on sale' quite often.

My favourite battery so far is this onethough, it's nice and small and quick charge is pretty necessary during use with my S7 and it's 3000mAH battery.;amp;ie=UTF8&amp;amp;qid=1506522891&amp;amp;sr=1-35

u/Imaflyingpapaya · 2 pointsr/Vive

I picked up and it fits in the provided HTC belt thing.

u/rollsie7 · 2 pointsr/iphone

Yes I’m using a Spigen Rugged Armour case and it works perfectly. Must add though to get the full 7.5w charging when 11.2 lands you’ll need to get a charging brick to match. I got the Anker one to go with it

Wireless Charger, Anker Fast Charge Qi Wireless Charging Pad PowerPort Qi 10 for Apple iPhone 8 / iPhone 8 Plus / iPhone X, Galaxy S8 / S8 Plus / S7 / S7 Edge, S6 / S6 Edge and All Qi-Enabled Devices

u/read-plz · 2 pointsr/iphone

Anker is a highly reputable brand and sells a well priced qi charger for around 20 USD. Would check it out on amazon.

I didn’t get the faster wireless charger because it also requires a more powerful charge adaptor which brings total cost to around 50 USD.

It also isn’t confirmed at this point in time whether Apple will support fast charge for 3rd party chargers, so it’s a bit of a gamble right now as to whether you’ll be able to take advantage of the faster charge rate. Even then it’s not much faster compared to the first wireless charger if you can hook it up to an iPad charge adaptor.

Yep- wireless chargers definitely charge slower than cable, even if you buy the iPhone wireless charger may.

It depends on the controller the wireless charger has. I’ve had my anker charger for the past 2 weeks and been very happy with it. They have good technology to manage battery charge once it’s full, so wouldn’t worry about it affecting battery. Can’t speak to the other chargers though.

All in all, I use the wireless charger at work, it charges slower but the lack of cable makes it easier to pick up and use when needed, and is good for a top up during the day. However, I use the cable at night to charge because it’s quicker and I’m not moving around as much as I am in the office.

u/bukithd · 2 pointsr/lgg6

Tylt vu is by far my favorite.

TYLT VU Qi Wireless Phone Charging Pad: 3 Coil Stand &amp; Fast Battery Charger Station for Compatible Galaxy Note Lumia Droid DNA LG Google &amp; Android Cell Phones (Black)

I also have ankers charger but it is single coil so it is finicky on placement. It charges as fast as whichever adapter is used. I also us a QC 3.0 charger on that

Anker Fast Wireless Charger Charging Pad for Galaxy Note 5, S7/S7 edge/S6/S6 edge/S6 edge+, Nexus 4/5/6/7, LG G3 and Other Devices

The anker is faster, both gave fairly low heat input, I have the anker on my desk and the tylt vu at work.

u/AznDumplingMafia · 2 pointsr/iphone

This one has solid reviews. Anker 10W Wireless Charger, Qi-Certified Wireless Charging Pad, PowerPort Wireless 10 Compatible iPhone 8/8 Plus, iPhone X, 10W Fast-Charging Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+/S8/S8+/S7/S7 Edge and More

u/aliniazi · 2 pointsr/GalaxyS8

Fast charger does charge your phone faster, but over very long term you will see a very small amount more in battery degradation.

There are also great 3rd party fast wireless chargers you can buy. Here is one from Anker, they are a trusted company in charging periferals and I have this one on my sidetable next to my bed, charge my phone on it every night. Fast and extremely nice.

It's also $20, just like the one you linked

u/edman1905 · 2 pointsr/iphone

It was this one. When I ordered, it got backordered, but it looks like it's gone now.

u/jsabo · 2 pointsr/GalaxyS9

I have the one from Anker, and it works with my Caseology Skyfall without issue:

My car mount has a magnet in the mount and a plate that you're supposed to put on your phone-- I have the plate sitting in the case at the bottom of the phone, and I'm still able to wirelessly charge, although I'm on an S9+, so that might help with positioning.

u/chevyboxer · 2 pointsr/GalaxyNote8

So wanted to update you. I started having issues with the Note 8 on the Choetech charger. I sprung for the Anker wireless charger and it works great, not nearly as picky as it was on the Choetech.

This is the one that I got
Anker Wirless Charger

u/raptorsausage · 2 pointsr/OculusQuest

RAVPower 26800mAh PD Portable Charger

~$64. Only ~$37 if you don’t mind a renewed one. I own three, one new and two renewed. Super happy with all of them.

u/Autumn_Shroud · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I opted for this Ravpower 26800 power bank. It keeps the Switch at 100% while playing BotW in table top or handheld mode with the brightness slider all the way up and a Note 4 charging from one of the iSmart ports. A full, overnight charge keeps it powering the Switch for a long time. I would say at least 8-10 hours until the last light on the power bank starts blinking. Even then, I am sure it would last another hour or so. I haven't pushed it that far.

It's not inexpensive, but it's a beast of a PD power bank that just works really well.

u/sdwashu · 2 pointsr/chromeos


While not as cheap the following is over twice the size and does USB PD 30 watt charging.

u/tek_thetech_tap · 2 pointsr/Surface

Nah, I don't think so. Looking at the specs of that power bank, the Type-C port only delivers 5V/2.4A (with no mention of USB PD specs), which will not charge SP 2017 effectively even if you use the Surface Connect to Type-C adapter. What you need to look for, is a power bank that supports (at least) USB-C PD 3.0 such as this.

u/Serafita · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Presumably it would be this one, as it's 26800mAh and has power delivery, but I only see a 5% discount. Maybe the coupon option is when it's in your basket or something and you're ready to buy it.

u/Sam1Cohen · 2 pointsr/OculusQuest

I got this one, decided to go big.
USB C Power Bank RAVPower 26800 PD Portable Charger 26800mAh (Fast Recharged in 4.5 Hours &amp;USB-C Input, 30W Type-C Output) for Nintendo Switch, USB Type-C Laptops, 2016 MacBook Power Delivery Support

u/rifasa · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I'd like to see this one tested with the Switch. USB-PD 15V 2A for 30W.

u/BigFreakyIchiban · 2 pointsr/TheSilphRoad


I ordered the first link on accident but I meant to get the item in the second link.
I've had to do an overnight on it, so I'll have it in time for the weekend.
I have a Pixel phone, and will eventually get a switch, and the 2nd item is reported as very good for both. They both have 3 power outs so they can really power a lot at once!

u/rabidstoat · 2 pointsr/GameDeals

The $7.50 price is available through You can purchase it there, and download it via the Steam client -- just make sure you buy the Steam version and not the other DRM'ed version.

u/turnondruid · 2 pointsr/ShouldIbuythisgame

You can get both from Amazon for $7.49.

(Confirmed by myself that it also works for unlocking on Steam)

u/el_filipo · 2 pointsr/ShouldIbuythisgame

You can get both Bioshock and Bioshock 2 from Amazon for just $7.5. They are both Steam-redeemable.

u/Nancybonanza · 2 pointsr/gaming

If you live in the US then 100% Bioshock/Bioshock 2. It is dirt cheap on Amazon.

$7.99 this is a sick price for some fucking amazing games!

u/kupoforkuponuts · 2 pointsr/Games

The Bioshock Dual Pack does. The 2K packs don't.

u/itsnotmeokay · 2 pointsr/GameDeals

For those of you interested in the Steam activated version click this.

u/agaiz · 2 pointsr/GameDeals

&gt; Amazon

Actually the pack with both BioShocks is still available over there for $5:

u/mrdude817 · 2 pointsr/GameDeals

There's the Bioshock dual pack if you already have Spec Ops.

u/Lillytime · 2 pointsr/gaming
u/evan1123 · 2 pointsr/Bioshock

The BioShock Dual Pack (BioShock and BioShock 2) is also available for only $5!

u/nikkomorocco · 2 pointsr/truegaming

But come on. I googled "bioshock 1 and 2 pc bundle" and this was the first result. 5 bones, from amazon, for both. This deal happens constantly. Microsoft would NEVER discount each bioshock game to 2.50.

I understand your point, but the sales exist for PC, they don't seem to for console. Or at the very least they don't exist in such abundance.

u/10000000100 · 2 pointsr/ShouldIbuythisgame

You can always just buy Bioshock 1 and 2 in a bundle from amazon for only $4.99 - Link

u/SROTW · 2 pointsr/gaming
u/gnychis · 2 pointsr/Steam

I still don't own it either. I'm wondering if I should pull the trigger on $7.49 sale on Amazon (activates on Steam) which includes both Bioshock 1 and 2

u/kapuzimo · 2 pointsr/GameDeals

Does anyone know if the Bioshock Dual Pack is region locked?

u/merxtwm · 2 pointsr/AskGames

As for Bioshock Amazon is having a deal here, And Civ5/Xcom here.

u/avsurround · 2 pointsr/Bioshock

If you're talking about this offer on Amazon don't worry. It is not region locked. I myself have bought it from Lithuania and redeemed it on Steam easily without any VPNs.

I just realized it's not about region but a censorship. That one I cannot guarantee that it will work... But if you never try you'll never know. The price is also very small I guess.

u/Cringleberry · 2 pointsr/SteamGameSwap

A Bioshock 1 and 2 Dual Pack is $4.99 here. Much better deal if you bought it yourself.

u/anthonyjohnson77 · 2 pointsr/Nexus5

I think you should change the wireless charger instead of messing with it which is now just a piece of scrap. I am also using one to charge my Nexus 5 from almost 1 year and its working fine. I purchased it from Hope you will find the information useful.

u/Aptosauras · 2 pointsr/Nexus5

I don't think that the next Nexus phone will be called the Nexus 6. That's why I called the next Nexus phone the 2014 Nexus 5.

But anyways, wireless Qi charging is slower than USB charging, but the great advantage is that if you have a few Qi chargers located around you, you just put your phone down and it starts to charge. The whole idea is to constantly be topping up your battery, not waiting for the battery to hit a critical level and then charging. No messing around with microUSB ports and aligning them properly.

I personally use the official Nexus charger, which has magnets that help to stick your phone to the charger. It's great, but a bit costly:

The Choe Qi Charger on Amazon looks good for $29.99. Buy two for $60 and have free shipping in the US.

u/TheAbstractAnt · 2 pointsr/Nexus5

Mine works fine with this this wireless charger. Stuff doesn't usually get in under the screen protector, but if its been in my pocket all day, you can tell.

u/soup-lizard · 2 pointsr/razerphone

Wireless Charger, CHOETECH Qi...

This is what I use for all of my Android devices including the Razer phone 2

It is $14

u/ZeroTo325 · 2 pointsr/MotoG

I use this adapter between a TPU case and the phone and charge with this pad at home and this dock at work. The adapter and the pad used at home are great. The work dock buzzes so I don't recommend it. They will get hot if you're using your phone while charging but otherwise I've had no issues.

u/BilboSwagginz · 2 pointsr/iphone
u/OldManHenry · 2 pointsr/Nexus7

I bought this one and I love it. When you set the Nexus on it, the screen will pop on to notify you it's charging, make sure to switch the screen back off or it will charge super slowly.

u/3xDope · 2 pointsr/Nexus5

I'm using the factory cable w/a Spigen Ultra Hybrid case and this Qi charger from Amazon:

Charges decently fast with no heat issues.

u/green_banana_is_best · 2 pointsr/australia
u/rerunx5 · 2 pointsr/LGG3

I been using the Choe Upgraded Qi Wireless charger for months now and have no problems with it.

There is also the Choe Stadium Qi Wireless charger.

I already tried RAVpower but I have issues using it.

u/ItsDatNYCDude · 2 pointsr/iPhoneX

That actually is cool and a good way to keep the overall cost of these charging pads down.

I ordered one of these since I've heard such great things about them. Doesn't do all that this pad does, but it's cheap enough to buy some and have quick charging throughout the house.

We'll soon see.

u/ZacMS · 2 pointsr/DIY

Thanks! Here's the link to the charger:;amp;psc=1

It's an listing, but I bet they have it on too.

u/MouseShank · 2 pointsr/nexus6
u/hsctigers71 · 2 pointsr/nexus6
u/jsz · 2 pointsr/iphone

i bought one of these, because it was cheap, and it works. i havent timed it or anything to compare it to a normal charger.

u/Carl_Gordon_Jenkins · 2 pointsr/applehelp

so just to give an update incase anyone else finds this post. I didn't have luck with the charger unfortunately. I got this guy. it works fine when the case is off but damn.. taking the case on and off is just as much work as plugging it in with the cord. bummer city.

u/ninjashark · 2 pointsr/lgg2

I like the CHOE wireless chargers around the house for the convenience factor. With the battery life on the G2, I've yet to need to charge up quickly like all of my previous phones.;amp;psc=1

u/iiWoodstocK · 2 pointsr/droidturbo

With my Qi charger [(Choetech)] (;amp;at=&amp;amp;force-full-site=1&amp;amp;ref_=aw_bottom_links ) along with the 2.0A wall plug they sell from about 20% it takes about 4 hours to get to 100% and the max temp it rises to is right around 100°F.

Comparatively, a 1.0A 5V Samsung wall plug I have takes about 4.5 hours to charge 20% to 100%. But its also a lot cooler, I believe it doesn't really go over 85°F

Edit1: Formatting

Edit2: For the sake of comparisons, with my experience using the Turbo Charger, from 20% to 100% takes about 100 minutes for me, but the temperature rises to 112°F

Edit3: After reading the link /u/sightl3ss provided, the with Choetech Qi Charger I use, I have not experienced any of the battery capacity discrepancies. It goes 100%-5% just fine. Although I cannot definitively say that 15%-0% is normal as I usually charge somewhere between 15%-20% and rarely let it get to 5%

u/milkXmuffin · 2 pointsr/MotoX

I used this PowerBot Charging Pad and this other 3rd party pad both of which were able to charge my friend's Nexus 5 perfectly fine.

The two coils I used were this blue one for the S5 and this blue one for the Note 3. I checked the voltages that the coils were pulling and they were good, but I did not check the current.

My memory is a little fuzzy, but I think my moto skip still worked with the coil installed.

u/dannysafter · 2 pointsr/Dell

I use the RAVPower 23000mAh Portable Charger 4.5A DC Output External Battery Pack (3-Port, 9V/12V/16V/19V/20V, LCD Display) for Macbook, Laptops, Smartphones It features a multitude of voltage settings which virtually makes it suitable for any gadget out there. Plus it comes with all possible sorts of connectors (DC and USB). I used it on overseas trip and can't say enough praise about it.

u/Capissen38 · 2 pointsr/thinkpad

That would be correct. You could always get something like this, though.

u/ntxawg · 2 pointsr/SonyAlpha

get something like this,

then a battery pack with dc output like this or this

you will probably need a wire adapter like this also since i'm not sure what comes with the battery pack.

u/deetari · 2 pointsr/Surface

Never seen one below $80, and that was only because this one was on discount:

I'd say you should probably expect to spend ~$100 for a good portable battery for your Surface Pro.

u/Siigari · 2 pointsr/BuyItForLife

I have been using this one for six months and it still surprises me with how long it lasts between charges. I use it in my truck at work to keep my phone and portable speaker (AC) charged.;amp;qid=1555734973&amp;amp;s=gateway&amp;amp;sr=8-4

u/ac3boy · 2 pointsr/Cyberpunk

There are also these battery pack uni-chargers for portable std charging.;amp;psc=1

u/oneDARtech · 2 pointsr/Surface

I'm using the below, not as powerful as the qi-infinity mentioned, but, it easily gets me through the day.;amp;redirect=true&amp;amp;ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00

u/Fildrigar · 2 pointsr/Surface;amp;psc=1

That's the one I bought. Had to also buy a power cord end for the Surface. It holds enough power for around two full charges.

u/yrretmi · 2 pointsr/Surface
u/laodaron · 2 pointsr/raspberry_pi

I think that I found a solution.

It has 5v at 2.1a and 12v at 2.5a outputs. And 50k mAh. I think this would work. But then again, I could be terribly wrong.

u/legomanww · 2 pointsr/teslamotors

You're getting some units confused.
Watts and Amps are measured at a particular point in time. P (Watts) = I (Amps) V (Volts)

Your power bank will have a mAh rating (probably 50,000 in this case), which is milliamp
hours. So, if you drew 1 Amp from the power bank, it would last 50 hours.

Capacity, (like in the X you just bought) is in terms of energy (Watt-
hours). That's what the 90kWh means: it holds 90,000 Watt-hours of energy. If you pull 14 W (the 5 V 2.8 A in this example) it would theoretically be able to run for 6428 hours (267 days; 90,000 Wh /14 W).

If your power bank is a typical single cell Li-Ion setup, it has roughly 185 Wh of energy (3.7V * 50 Ah), so would be able to run ~13 hours.

In fact, if this is the unit you're looking at: then it does list it as 185 Wh.

In order to calculate how much energy the power bank actually holds, you'd need to know what voltage it is rated at. I personally think it is misleading that they advertise these power packs in terms of mAh, instead of Wh, since you need more information to actually determine how much energy is held in the pack. One 3.7V 10,000 mAh pack has half the energy of a 7.4V 10,000 mAh pack, for example.

u/Fidodo · 2 pointsr/thinkpad

You'll either need a bulky one that has an actual AC power socket output that you can plug your AC adapter into, like this one, or one that has the specific DC output and plug your laptop needs. It looks like the T420/30/40 line has a funky DC input port, so I doubt you'll find one specifically for it, but it might be possible to find a DC to DC adapter which would allow you to use something like this which outputs DC to a standard DC port. The AC power socket bank would be your safest bet.

u/TADT1223 · 2 pointsr/camping

Any type of sizable portable power is going to have some weight.

There’s a few decent one on amazon like this one

You might have to do some math to make sure your CPAP is under 135watts for that one above.

u/TyMiles2012 · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

It depends on the power output of the power bank. I used to have the Nvidia Shield tablet and the battery would still drain even while it was plugged into the wall, because it used USB 2. USB 3 and C can support up to 100 watts and have a much higher amp rate, and yes, capable power banks exist.;amp;fpl=fresh&amp;amp;pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&amp;amp;pf_rd_s=&amp;amp;pf_rd_r=2TC085N5JDN2V4HFJ594&amp;amp;pf_rd_t=36701&amp;amp;pf_rd_p=2a864ace-95b0-4160-8611-8c68f18bad61&amp;amp;pf_rd_i=desktop

u/Jik0n · 2 pointsr/camping

Good write up, might also want to note to not keep it in a hot car on the charger (I've done this and my phone almost burned my hand when coming to touch it)
as far as power banks go I'd reccomend:;amp;qid=1497390624&amp;amp;sr=8-2&amp;amp;keywords=50000+mah+power+bank
I use this all the time for powering my chromebook, phone, tablet etc. Works great for traveling / camping etc. Can power devices while its being powered so you can power it in the car while it charges your devices.

u/DeanbonianTheGreat · 2 pointsr/thinkpad

not as far as i know. your best off just replacing the battery.

if you want a powerbank that will charge your laptop there is this one but it is huge;colid=XE3QAEEQJCRZ&amp;psc=0&amp;ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it

u/nirreskeya · 2 pointsr/cabins

Very exciting, I hope you enjoy the hell out of it for many years. I've written about this before but you might be surprised when you get out there how little you need any kind of formal system. KISS, at least to start. :) To wit:

&gt; Ideally we'd like enough power to power 1 or 2 led nights [sic] at night, maybe a small 32in TV etc. If there is enough power, a coffee maker maybe.

All that said I may not even get to my place next week and if I do I may die in the cold there, so there is the downside to just winging it. Do you have any pictures to post of what you got?

u/lbmn · 2 pointsr/OffGrid

&gt; Get a small inverter for your laptop and electronics you cannot power from 12V.

I found that converting power from DC (the larger battery / solar) to AC (outlet) and then back to DC (the laptop adapter) is a huge waste, and I wonder if there's a better way to power a 20v laptop.

I use a 20v DC portable external laptop battery to run my laptop "off the grid" (just one x185Wh, for now), but that's only because I charge it "ON the grid" from an AC outlet.

Would using multiple smaller voltage batteries work?

This is interesting -

u/Helidwarf · 2 pointsr/Dell

Most commercial powerbanks use standard 5V/2.4A DC, which is way too low to charge any laptop.

You should probably be looking at something that dispenses 20V, however battery packs that outputs higher voltage tends to be bulkier and more expensive.

I have a friend who uses this to charge his XPS 15 however be aware that the powerbank outputs at 3A which makes it an overall 60W (compared to the 6.67A and 130W of the charger) meaning it will be charging quite slowly or not al all if the laptop is actively being used.

u/carrotrocket · 2 pointsr/SuggestALaptop

You're welcome :)

I never had the chance to try modern Wacom pens extensively, but they probably make very best active digitizers, in terms of pressure points, stylus orientation and so on.
However, I'd say that the benefits are only noticeable when doing art, while for note taking it's largely irrelevant (I used to have a ThinkPad X61T with a very old Wacom digitizer technology, and for notes it still worked fine lol).
The Surface pens do need batteries to function though, while the Wacom pens don't.

As for laptop powerbanks, there aren't many of them I think. This one from Maxoak seems to be the only universal one that's well-received. Razer and Dell have also released powerbanks for their own devices, but they don't officially guarantee compatibility with other laptops.

u/Proliator · 2 pointsr/Lenovo

Never heard of a W series 460s.

If its like a W530s, or one of the work station models then you might be able to use something like this.

A few things to note,

  • Lenovo laptops don't always charge off third party units like this.

  • This will not supply enough power under full load. (provides 3A, your laptop probably expects 6-7A+)

  • They might not let something like this on a plane.
u/Xepher101 · 2 pointsr/laptops

I didn't do my research so I have a 50,000mAh, 185wh battery which I can't take on planes. So I can't speak for the smaller batteries, which are presumably lighter, but with the one that I have the size is not an issue, for me at least, but the weight is significant. Measuring right now, the height is 1in., the length is just under 8in. and the width is just over 5in.

I don't really know what the size is comparable to, maybe like having 2 3DS XLs (volume-wise), or a small book.

u/FERRISBUELLER2000 · 2 pointsr/vandwellers

Could you tell me which power solution has more juice? The one you listed or this? This has 50,000 miliamps which I believe is 50 amps?

So if the Stanley has 140 amps, would that be 1,400,000 miliamps? That would be a lot of power. =);amp;psc=1&amp;amp;refRID=TGX8ZQZZAPWQ896BK5JM

Be aware, it looks like the Stanley has a few negative reviews..

u/justanothercap · 2 pointsr/UpliftingNews

I wish I were getting kickbacks on doing advertising :P

There's a slightly less powerful, cheaper version - but I don't know if it would do a simultaneous charge of two devices (I'm guessing this one will). You'd have to really get into the nitty-gritty of how much power is needed, and what the typical output is. AZ is full sun, though - which is nice.

u/DeterminedToOffend · 2 pointsr/Canadian_ecigarette

Someone linked this in the last camping thread that came up. Looks like it would be the best option. You won't be able to run the 12V external charger but it will charge your mod/phone no issues.

Alternatively, if you're just going for a few days - you could just bring a bunch of already charged batteries. Can probably get about 8 of them for the price of that solar charger.

u/gamefreak027 · 2 pointsr/ElectricForest

Ok this has been discussed a few times already but it's reasonable.

I personally have this Anker Battery. It can charge a phone from dead to full about 6 times.

Since I share it with my girlfriend we usually go through it + have other people camped with us so we received an Anker Solar Charger for Christmas. It works slowly but gets the job done.

There are also locker rentals available inside the forest. In addition to a place to store things in the festival grounds (Things can be left overnight) They give you a little battery and a charger dongle. When it is dead you bring it back and they give you a new one all weekend. Locker rentals are $50.

The cheapest way however is to charge it in your car XD

u/Robinhood256 · 2 pointsr/AskElectronics

120mm fans are suposed to run on 12v, it should run on 5v but pretty slowly. And there are solar panels with a USB output. Should find them pretty easy. They are used a lot to power celphones and powerbanks when camping and such.
You can find cheaper ones for sure, just an example.
1 120mm on 5v won't need a lot of power.

So sounds good as long as you get the right solar panel and don't mind your fan running very slowly.
Otherwise you should look for a small 12v panel with another connector.

u/kuenx · 2 pointsr/bicycletouring

I have a Plug III and a Supernova dynamo hub.

From my experience it only works in flat terrain where you can ride at a decent speed for a longer period of time. If you're riding in mountainy terrain you're going to be too slow on the climbs to charge anything, and while on the descent you are easily fast enough, you won't be descending for long enough to charge your stuff.

Also, The Plug delivers only 500mA at 5V and it does not increase with more speed. So if you want to fully charge a 10.000mAh power bank that will take 20 hours (of riding) in the best case (at 0% efficiency loss). Or 3.62 hours for an iPhone 6 (1.810mAh). But you're going to have at least 20% efficiency loss.

I would recommend using The Plug to power just one device and have it just constantly plugged in. Like this the device's battery will more or less stay at the same level or drain much, much slower.

If you have an Android phone you can turn on battery saving mode which saves a lot of battery. But the phone automatically turns off battery saving mode when it's charging. So you can't have it plugged in to The Plug and use battery saving mode at the same time. For the phone I recommend fully charging it from a power bank and then turning on battery saving mode.

Get a solar panel

They make The Plug sound like the ultimate solution to your electricity needs. But in reality it's more like a nasal cannula for your electronics.
A solar panel will deliver much, much more power than The Plug. I recently bought an Anker PowerPort 21W (non-affiliate Amazon link) and it works really well even in moderate sunlight. It has two ports that can each deliver up to 2.4Ah (almost 5 times as much as The Plug). So in comparison to the above examples that's only 4.16 hours for a 10.000mAh power bank (and you don't even have to pedal) and 0.75 hours for an iPhone 6.
The Anker PowerPort is also really cheap now at $60. It's 40% off on Amazon and even at the full price it would still be rather cheap compared to a similar Goal Zero panel, for example.

Use the solar panel in the morning when you make coffee and breakfast, or over lunch, where you have time to constantly adjust it to the angle to the sun. That's when it will charge most efficiently. If you can, keep it strapped on the bike during the day. It won't be as efficient at imperfect angles but still deliver more power than The Plug.

Bring power banks that are big enough. I would recommend to get somewhere between 10k and 30k mAh total capacity. Get batteries with no moving parts and no integrated flashlights that can accidentally turn on in your panniers and drain it.

u/TheTimDavis · 2 pointsr/outdoorgear

Here is the panels I use. It has 2 usb ports so it can charge a phone in real-time and a separate battery. And with long enough cabels you can leave the phone and battery safely in the shade. I also got this for writing a review, I reviewed it very well.

Anker 21W Dual USB Solar Charger

u/greggorievich · 2 pointsr/preppers

You said in a comment that you just want to keep a cell phone charged for a week, and instead ended up dreaming about what you could run off of a generator and got off track. If that's the case, for just a cell phone:

A big cell phone battery is ~3500 mAh.

This bad boy is about 20,000 mAh. That's about five and a half full charges. Buy two, total cost so far is $100 CAD. This gets you 11 full phone charges, which should be plenty for a full week of moderate use.

If you want more, keep one of those packs attached to this guy during any sunny time, and you should be able to keep both of them topped up indefinitely. (Or if your phone happens to need to charge while it's sunny, attach the phone to it directly and don't use power from a battery bank in the first place.) total cost is now $180 CAD for effectively infinite power at the cell-phone-charging scale. Heck with the solar panel you could most likely get away with just one of the above power banks.

The Wirecutter has reviews of battery packs and solar chargers. While Anker isn't always the top notch option, they're reliable and I've never had an issue with any of their products (to date, six battery banks, two plug-in chargers, and probably 20 USB cables).


If you want to scale up a little bit more, I have experience making really big USB chargers and also solar power packs and could elaborate on that if you'd like.

It'll be hard to run a fridge without house-scale solar or running a generator, but I could probably size a system for hanging solar panels out the window and keeping a couple of LED lights going and your phone charged. Biolite (that company known mostly for the weird-but-awesome USB charging wood burning stoves) has a solution for this as well. That's $150 US.

u/gumert · 2 pointsr/flashlight

Good work. I didn't have the opportunity to comment back to anyone in my original post, and I have some comments on the wiki. I'm still up in the air about what I want to do.

  • In addition to talking about mass and dollars, it's also useful to talk about size. A good solar panel will be rated for around 15 watts/sq ft. This means that they need to be fairly large in order to throw out big numbers
  • A good measure of how much energy you can expect out of a panel on a given day can be determined by finding the amount of solar radiation in your area. Here is a where you can find this information for every month. Where I live stays above 5 all summer, which means that I can expect (around) 75 watt hours of energy from a 15 watt panel per day in the conditions I camp in. This would allow me to charge six 3400 mAh batteries. On the other hand, my winter output would be horrible
  • In order for solar to do you any good, you need to actively swap batteries or store it in some kind of buffer
  • There are higher output/lower cost solar panels than the Nomad 7 Plus. Anker's "21 watt" panel is $60 and RAVPower's 16 watt panel is $45
  • Solar can charge things other than flashlights (ie cellphones, etc). This is useful if you don't already have a USB based power bank (~$30 for one that can charge your phone over 5 days)
  • I do not understand why batteries are counted as part of the cost of solar kit
  • Where can I get 3400 mAh 18650s for $5.50? I am interested in acquiring some
u/rbandit · 2 pointsr/vandwellers

Looks like a sweet project! I bet you know all about I've spent dozens of hours in awe at the builds on that site.

If you're only planning to run a few LED lights and charge our phone, might I suggest using a couple portable Li ion battteries. They're cheap, have plenty of juice, and require no fancy installation or wiring. They're chargeable at home, in a coffee shop, from your cigarette lighter, or from a small portable solar panel.

Keep us updated!

u/Half-of-Tuesday · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

The Anker 21w solar charger gets good reviews. I bought one for a family member and from what I hear they get good use from it but they live in Arizona.

u/nyc4life · 2 pointsr/solar

22w folding panel should be enough for daily phone charging and occasional camera &amp; tablet charging.

#1 seller on amazon:

large battery pack with an lcd display and pass-through charging:

in order to charge your chromebook and a more serious tablet you'll need a bigger solar panel and a bigger battery. /u/dij-8al's solution would be a better fit.

u/halloweenjack · 2 pointsr/army

This is probably what I'd get if I were in the market for one right now.

u/tornadoRadar · 2 pointsr/networking

buy a buncha these and bring them. your local contacts/ people you find along the way will appreciate it.

u/CarbonUnit8472 · 2 pointsr/bicycletouring

Exactly. That way, when you make a stop, stuff will still be charging.

Edit: something like this comes to mind. Anker 21W 2-Port USB Universal PowerPort Solar Charger

u/LotsoWatts · 2 pointsr/BasicIncome

Anker 21w used to be $60, now $69, dam, they know what they have. Mine have lasted a year now, even through some rain. Responsible for &gt;100 charges.

u/krytos6996 · 2 pointsr/TropicalWeather

Can't agree more. Headlamps are invaluable, I got a lot of use out of mine during Irma.

I would skip the 5W Panel and jump straight to something like this which would charge your phone and power bank a lot quicker.

u/PettaFile · 2 pointsr/preppers

Yea the Kindle has a rather tough screen and with tons of capacity. Coupled with the insane battery life and ease of charging it's really a no brainer. On sale they can go for like 50 bucks and everyone in the family gets books they like along with the essentials young ones won't really care about....but redundancy...

On the subject we have an Anker PowerPort 21w Solar Charger and Anker PowerCore 20100. These two items will charge the Kindle (paper white and fire variety), Nintendo DS, Galaxy 7 Edge, tablets etc. The PowerCore will charge the Galaxy 7 almost 6 times before needing recharged.

u/Sequel_P2P · 2 pointsr/pokemongo

off-topic, but i'm seeing a lot of people sour about how little their batteries are helping because of the massive battery reqs, but there's a solution

i use two of these, and bring them to lure zones in case people really need charges ++ also, they double as flashlights in case you're for whatever reason in the dark with your chargers.

u/themiddlebien · 2 pointsr/vandwellers

I've been using this. It charges in 6 hours and is reasonably priced. Charges an iPhone 6 times. You would need a usb c laptop to be charged by this brick. Laptop battery life depends on the laptop too... Typically 2 to 3x battery life.

u/GodOfPlutonium · 2 pointsr/gadgets


edit: why am i being downvoted? this has the OP's requested power amount, and 4 usb ports, more than literally any portable battery out there this size

u/dennycee · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I am fairly certain this is the one: EasyAcc Monster 20000mAh Power Bank (4A Dual-Input Fastest Charge 4.8A Smart Output) External Battery Pack Charger Portable Charger for Android iPhone Samsung HTC - Black and Orange

u/goodthrillhunting · 2 pointsr/pokemongo

from another user

&gt;I'm using a Samsung Galaxy s4 mini. This phone will have issues with the "GPS location not found issue." I found the fix for this is to download another app known as: "GPS status &amp; toolbox" run the "Gps status and toolbox" app before opening the "pokemon go" app. The game will now work. You will see pokemon. Note: The servers are currently being slammed. So the game is not really playable. But once the servers calm down. Your phone will be able to play it. I was playing early this morning with no problems. Then people woke up and slammed the servers. I hoped this helped! BTW: The battery drain of this app on our phone is killer. Expect 4 hours max before a dead battery. I recommend grabbing a EasyAcc Monster 20000mAh Power Bank right now. They are on sale for $32.99, which is a 90% discount from the original price of $122.99.;amp;qid=1468010555&amp;amp;sr=8-12&amp;amp;keywords=backup+battery+charger

u/IsAnAlpaca · 2 pointsr/AskEngineers

No, you will probably not be able to charge it any faster.

Basically your battery pack will only accept 2A as the maximum input, and your solar cells out up to 3.4 A at 5V (which is a weird number - USB devices are supposed to ask for how much current they want, otherwise they get something like 500 mA).

You aren't completely out of luck though, I found this battery pack which has dual inputs that would theoretically charge faster:;amp;ie=UTF8&amp;amp;qid=1475102042&amp;amp;sr=1-6&amp;amp;keywords=battery+pack

u/jzpenny · 2 pointsr/raspberry_pi

The approach I'm taking on my Pi 3-based "field computer" project is to use a buck converter to supply constant 5V to a 20000mah battery pack, in turn being fed by a cheapo 12V 30A switching PSU. That battery pack can pump out more than enough current for my purposes, but for higher amperage loads you could simply inject USB power directly from the buck converter rails.

Total cost of approximately $30 is competitive with a quality 5V 10A AC adapter. The benefit with this setup over an adapter is that by skipping the PSU stage and feeding straight off the buck converter, I can run off of essentially any common DC source, including car and motorcycle batteries. Of course, if the input voltage isn't 12V, you'll have to dial it in with the buck converter, but that's a small price for the ability to tap into all those 18V power tool batteries and even 36V golf carts &amp; wheelchairs.

Note that there are a BUNCH of those "DROK" brand converters on Amazon. Some are boost only, some buck only, others have both stages on the same board for greatly increased flexibility at the cost of some conversion efficiency. Watch the voltage and amperage specs, assume that any stated thresholds are optimistic, and plan to do thermal testing and add additional cooling if needed for your application. If you can find them, and they are getting hard to find, the MingHe D3806 is pretty much the best, and is actually the one I'm using.

Note also to take care with wire resistance! Most especially, be mindful not to end up with a design that's got all 6 amps flowing over some generic USB cable with 28 gauge 5v strands.

u/JScotty28x · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Sorry to be that guy, but I am clueless about all the details. After skimming, I'm terrified of burning up my Switch battery. This battery pack looks like a great deal, can anyone verify it would be fine for the Switch?:;amp;ie=UTF8&amp;amp;qid=1487870715&amp;amp;sr=8-8&amp;amp;keywords=phone+battery+backup&amp;amp;refinements=p_85%3A2470955011

u/vw_bugg · 2 pointsr/GalaxyNote9

Damn, i was thinking of buying. Ive had an anker so long though. Anker was so awesome on their support and warranty replacement. Ive also owned an "EasyACC" which has been the best battery ive owned. But its starting to wear out (and countless drops has damaged it too much). I actually might replace with the same one...
EasyAcc 20000mAh Portable Charger Fast Recharge Power Bank with 4A 2-Port Input 4.8A Smart Output High Capacity External Battery Pack for iPhone iPad Samsung Android - Black and Orange

u/chaoticgoblin · 2 pointsr/TheSilphRoad

Like most have suggested Anker is king of power banks, but I've honestly had no issues with my EasyAcc power banks which have been great for the price (I bought them at cheaper than the current Amazon listings). Link to those if you're still interested: 10,000mAh and 20,000mAh

u/paintchips_beef · 2 pointsr/ElectricForest

this has been my favorite one. 20k mAh, it has 2 ports to charge it with so it can charge really fast, and it has 4 hookups to charge other devices simultaneously. Pretty similar to the second one you posted.

u/grantstein · 2 pointsr/nintendo

As some people have said, there are a lot of noncompliant chargers and accessories out there that can damage your devices.

Luckily a Google engineer, Benson Leung, took it upon himself to test and analyze a lot of the true compliant USB-C accessories and cables and detail them. Here is list to help out. Plus it has Amazon links

This is the one that I have and love it:;amp;linkCode=sl1&amp;amp;tag=nexususb-20&amp;amp;linkId=8bf513253dff03fb723a622dafeaa57d

u/MetaRyan25 · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

According to, that product has a lot of fake reviews. Usually companies use fake reviews to inflate their rating early on in the product's life. That being said, it's probably a good charger, just process at your own risk.

This model that u/CapitalQ recommended has a lot lower ratio of fake reviews, so that one might be a better option (as well as USB-C charging, though we don't know how quickly the Switch actually charges.)

Also, both batteries are at a lower price than usual (according to camelcamelcamel they're usually around $60), so now would be a good time to get one.

Edit: Fun fact, the Switch actually weighs less than these batteries.

u/InfiniteOrigin · 2 pointsr/Nexus6P
u/cosmitz · 2 pointsr/Romania

Printate si pe telefon, noted. Cat despre baterie..

Tldr, 8 zile telefon folosit full.

u/SativaSammy · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Which of these 2 powerbanks is best for the Switch?

Anker Powercore 20000

Anker Powercore+ 20100

u/OriginalMassless · 2 pointsr/GooglePixel

I bought this one last year. Charges my phone as fast as the wall charger and has enough juice for 2-3 charges. Plus, Anker is quality stuff.

Anker PowerCore+ 20100 USB-C, Ultra-High Capacity Premium Portable Charger, 20100mAh External Battery, 6A Output Type-C Port for Macbook, Nexus, Nintendo Switch &amp; PowerIQ for iPhone iPad &amp; Samsung

u/OmarTheTerror · 2 pointsr/nexus5x

I'm using this big boy, it's decently sized, but I keep it in my backpack, it was great on a trip for my phone as well as my tablet.

It does show "charging rapidly" when charging over usb-c. I haven't done it with usb a to c cable.

You can also charge it via usb c so rapid charging for the battery pack as well.

u/LifeIsOptional · 2 pointsr/nexus5x

This one is a great one though a bit more expensive.

Anker PowerCore+ 20100 USB-C/Type-C Ultra-High-Capacity Premium External Battery/Portable Charger/Power Bank (6A Output, PowerIQ &amp; VoltageBoost) for Apple MacBook, iPhone, iPad, Samsung &amp; more

u/Heyapple2k17 · 2 pointsr/macbook check this out, it may be available in your countries via 3rd party resellers. pick your poison, high quality, 10/10 cases and sleeves, would recommend;amp;qid=1494833126&amp;amp;sr=8-1&amp;amp;keywords=anker+powercore%2B this can give you additional juice for your battery on the go if needed.

And you'll probably need a microfibre cloth.

u/esveegee · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

What about this?

u/hameerabbasi · 2 pointsr/Nexus6P

There's this:

Edit: I have it and it works with Rapid Charging on the 6P. Usually, I can get somewhere between 4 and 5 charges out of it.

u/TorrAbsolute · 2 pointsr/Nexus

It's right here?

u/Ausycoop · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I have the same one but the PowerCore+ version. I would suggest buying the PowerCore+ one despite it being more expensive because it has a USB-C port which allows charging up to 5V/3A. Highly recommend this charger.


u/gerritb99 · 2 pointsr/pixel2
u/DontBeGentlePlease · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

That's good info.

I may try and research this one
Anker PowerCore+ 20100 USB-C, Ultra-High Capacity Premium Portable Charger, 20100mAh External Battery.

But I don't know if it's USB-PD compliant.

u/iamsupreme · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch
u/echoawesome · 2 pointsr/Ultralight

I think Anker only has one USB-C power bank - the PowerCore+ 20100 USB-C but it's $60. Qualcomm's QC is a separate thing that is dependent on the phone's chipset supporting it. Not sure what phones have it or not, I know mine does but it's not a USB-C phone.

u/qwertylerqw · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

All powerbanks should use USB or USB-C so as long as you have the proper cords then it’s not going to harm your Switch.

I highly recommend Anker . They are a fantastic brand for powerbanks

The link I gave isn’t the only Anker powerbanks but it is the one I have and it’s nice because it gives charge through USB-C.

u/kamikazikarl · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I travel A TON for work. This specific unit has never done me wrong:
Anker PowerCore+ 20100 USB-C

I charge my switch, phone, pro controller, and have run my SNES Classic without fail. I can't speak highly enough for it.

u/baldthumbtack · 2 pointsr/Nexus6P

I have it, too. As u/BBski/ said, hardwired cord is nice, is plenty long, and charges just as well and quickly as the charger that shipped with the phone. If you find yourself looking for a portable pack in the future, grab this baby:

It activates rapid charging as fast as a wall charger. All their cables are USB-C compliant.

u/denvit · 2 pointsr/led

TBH I wouldn't trust the power bank manufacturer you linked: I personally have ŧhis one from Anker and I can confirm that the capacity is as stated (never measured, but "should be" since I can charge my 6P like 5 times)

u/sbasinger · 2 pointsr/GooglePixel
u/vile4ever · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I ordered one of these recently and it just came in today. Fantastic price on an enormous battery. Delivers the proper amperage for the Switch (so it will charge it safely), and has the capacity to completely charge the Switch 3-4 times. The only issue with it may be size, as it is ~7 inches long and thick... but not a problem with a backpack etc.;amp;psc=1

u/Hobbitlord_ · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Any carrying case recommendations? Amazon is preferred but isn't a must, and I'll consider anything that has a reasonable price tag for what it is. I also specifically want one that can hold my big af battery and a couple small cables. Link to the battery I'm planning on getting;amp;psc=1

u/Mynameisnotdoug · 2 pointsr/ProjectFi

Have and love this.

u/panZ_ · 2 pointsr/mac

Oh, yeah, the 3' cables work great, too. Tested... full 3.0 data rate from their and 12W from the C to C and the A to C cables and they are also pretty durable. I just like the 6' 2.0 cable to keep the power brick out of sight.

And while I'm nerding out, I use these little magnet holders to keep the charging cable on the nightstand (or desk) when it isn't in use. And I keep a huge capacity battery with type C and A in my laptop bag for extended day use and long haul flights. Man, I sound like a shill for Anker...

u/RedTopSR20 · 2 pointsr/chromeos

No, I understood you fine.

I do know that when using a USB-A to USB-C cable, the port that you're trying to charge from needs to be USB 3.0, otherwise you're not going to get much output. Probably the problem you're facing right now.

I have a portable battery that would probably work, it's got native USB-C output as well as "fast charge" USB-A ports, which are probably USB 3.0.

I love my portable battery, it's amazing. $65, though.;amp;psc=1

u/K5cents · 2 pointsr/GooglePixel

This Anker one is nice. The PowerCore+ 20100 USB-C.

It's normally $120, but is currently 50% off.

One of the few with a USB-C port.

u/spif · 2 pointsr/MotoX

This is the one I have, works great, charges very quickly:

they also make these:

Those two have type C connectors, and the last one is also QC 3.0 compatible so if you get a device with that later on it'll be compatible as well. Right now the LG G5 is the only flagship device with QC 3.0, but I imagine the next gen Moto X will have it as well. Depends on how often you refresh your phone I guess, or if you have or plan to get other devices with type C.

u/Deueller · 2 pointsr/Nexus6P

I've been using this battery pack and had no issues, even supports rapid charging

u/magrumpa3 · 2 pointsr/pokemongo;amp;psc=1

I would personally recommend this one. It is incredible. It has USB-C qualcomm quick charge which I absolutely LOVE.

u/WordVoodoo · 2 pointsr/NewOrleans

External Battery Goodness

This is my favorite thing. I have it in my bag with a long USB cord looped in. This particular model can charge my Samsung Note 4 5 times or so per full charge of battery.

There are cheaper models as well by the same manufacturer. Anker is also popular.

I'm going to grab one more just to have.

u/-CounterDraw- · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Having heard about all the dock-bricking that's been going on since 5.0 update and not wanting to lose my saves, how risky is it to use a power bank (like this one to charge the switch?

What should I look out for as risk factors in a powerbank? I've heard that PowerDelivery ports and/or "smart" charging ports (that can transfer any kind of data) can brick the switch, although it's supposed to support PD. Is USB A-C safer than C-C or vice versa? Also is there much difference in charging cables?

u/skeeterou · 2 pointsr/Nexus6P

I have this one. Works great.

u/CatDaddy5 · 2 pointsr/Nexus6P

I use this one. It's very fast, has quick charge/rapid charge or whatever the Nexus has. The lock screen always says charging rapidly. Plus there's a usb port for another device that charges up to 2.4amps. It's a great charger imo.

u/handhygiene · 2 pointsr/Nexus

I've used [this Nektek] ( since February and it works perfectly. Benson Leung approved

u/Mel928 · 2 pointsr/pixel2

USB Type C Car charger, Nekteck...

This has worked perfectly for me and it rapid charges my pixel 2 which you'll probably need with that crazy battery drain.

u/Fargo_Zoidberg · 2 pointsr/GooglePixel

I got this one from the same manufacturer:

Works great

u/Shiny-And-New · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I'd get a cigarette lighter to ac adapter and use the wall charger or something like this

u/WunDumGuy · 2 pointsr/GooglePixel

I got this one and it has been working flawlessly since September last year.

USB Type C Car charger, Nekteck 5.4A USB-C Car Charger Adapter with Integrated Built-in Type-C 3.1 Cord for Macbook 12 inch, Google Pixel/ Pixel XL Galaxy S8/ S8 Plus More, Black - Straight Cable

u/dsatrbs · 2 pointsr/Android

Here's the 3A USB-C one I use. Works great. Benson Leung has mentioned it in his blog.

u/TwoOhEight · 2 pointsr/GooglePixel

I bought this Anker before I found this subreddit and the spreadsheet. It works fine but does not rapid charge, I don't think it's USB-PD.

I then bought this Nekteck after looking at the spreadsheet just after people said to not buy the Belkin. It does rapid charge but according the notes on the spreadsheet does not support USB-PD. It's kind of a no name brand though and I don't really trust it long term to be honest.

I just bought this other Anker which should arrive tomorrow so we'll see how well it compares.

Either way I'm going to end up selling 2 chargers on Craigslist very soon. Maybe I'll just cave and sell all 3 and drop $100 on this Kanex or $140 on this MOS Go battery bank and hope no news comes out about how shit it is.

u/rockcanada · 2 pointsr/GooglePixel

Why would you spend $15 on a $800 phone. So many videos of cheap knock off and even the big names don't follow spec including Anker. Don't be cheap and just buy a Google charger.

Benson approved USB Type C Car charger, Nekteck 5.4A USB-C Car Charger Adapter with Integrated Built-in Type-C 3.1 Cord for Google Pixel/ Pixel XL Galaxy Note 8/ S8/ S8 Plus More, Black - Straight Cable

u/lazy784 · 2 pointsr/Nexus6P

Here's the car charger I use: USB Type C Car charger, Nekteck 5.4A USB-C Car Charger Adapter with Integrated Built-in Type-C 3.1 Cord for Google Pixel 2/ Pixel/ Pixel XL Galaxy S9/ S9 Plus/ Note 8/ S8/ S8 Plus More, Black

Honestly battery problems really caused me a lot of stress so if you're anything like that, just spend $50 and get it replaced at a phone repair store. Then it won't matter about getting a charger. If your battery is randomly dying, then chargers are just a waste of money.

u/PixelMover · 2 pointsr/Nexus6P

I've been using this one since December. "Rapidly charging." No issues so far.

u/Strongbuns · 2 pointsr/Nexus6P

Can someone recommend a car charger for me? I'm seeing conflicting views on quick charging (which would be a plus). Does it have to have a usb c port? Looking at these two right now:



u/cjruk1 · 2 pointsr/Nexus6P

I've had this one since I bought the 6P. I also bought one for my wife since she has the 5X. It's an excellent charger.;amp;qid=1488320166&amp;amp;sr=8-1&amp;amp;pi=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65&amp;amp;keywords=nekteck+car+charger

u/Nixflyn · 2 pointsr/PoliticalDiscussion

There are actually a ton of good type C car chargers out there, or at least a hardwired type C cable with an additional type A plug for everything else. You won't get rapid charging using type A to C.

I have this one, but there are a ton of options.;amp;qid=1481651916&amp;amp;sr=8-17&amp;amp;pi=SY200_QL40&amp;amp;keywords=Type+C+car+charger&amp;amp;dpPl=1&amp;amp;dpID=411X6qKZ7ZL&amp;amp;ref=plSrch

As for type C wall chargers, a bunch exist too. I use a tronsmart wall charger with both a type C and type A output. They're about $15.

u/freducation · 2 pointsr/GooglePixel

I didn't see a Benson review in Amazon, but I know it was in this compilation of Benson approved items:

Not sure what to think of that anymore. I have this charger and I'm a little hesitant to continue using it.

u/kill3rmonk · 2 pointsr/pixel_phones

I've been buying the Choetech cables for my 6p and have had no issues.

Just one example:
Choetech USB-C Pack

Choetech Wall Charger

I meant the USB-C wall charger here

u/pbanj_ · 2 pointsr/GooglePixel

I have a few from this company and they work great. Mine are an older model that I've had since I got my Nexus 5x. They work perfectly for my 3a. Also if you want official Google ones they have them on their store

u/clocks212 · 2 pointsr/nexus5x

I just got this. Fast charges my 5x through the c port and my wife's note 4 through the a port. 100% fast charges and quick charges at the same time.

Quick Charge 2.0 + Type C Car Charger, BlitzWolf 33W 3A USB-C and Qualcomm QC2.0 5V/9V/12V USB Charger for Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, Sony Xperia, Google Chromebook Pixel, Nexus 6P 5X, HTC, LG (Black)

I use the iorange cables throughout my house and car for my 5x. They work great. These are the wall chargers I use:

USB C Charger, CHOE 5V/3A 15W Type-C Wall Charger for HTC 10, Lumia 950xl/950, Nexus 5x/6p and Other Type-C 5V Supported Devices

u/noteworthybalance · 2 pointsr/nexus5x

I started to get this one (then decided I didn't need a second wall charger):

u/Rphilmacrac · 2 pointsr/Nexus6P

Not to hijack OPs post but I've been using this one:

USB C Charger, CHOE 5V/3A 15W Type-C Wall Charger for HTC 10, Lumia 950xl/950, Nexus 5x/6p and Other Type-C 5V Supported Devices

For at least a month or two and no problems so far. Being that this is Choetech like OPs, should I be concerned?

u/deepdvd · 2 pointsr/nexus5x

I have this one. It works great.

u/SCVGoodT0GoSir · 2 pointsr/nexus5x

I haven't needed to purchase a spare wall charger, but this one seems to have quite favorable reviews on Amazon. I don't have any personal experience with it though, unfortunately.

u/Teddyjo · 2 pointsr/Nexus6P

You can use 3rd party chargers instead of oem. If it still won't charge it's probably the port which you can replace if you want to take the phone apart again.

u/Stevied1991 · 2 pointsr/windowsphone

I've been using this one. Has fast charging and everything.

Edit: You'll also need this if you want to plug it into a wall.

u/creynolds722 · 2 pointsr/essential

I got 3 of the Amazon basics 9ft chargers, listed on the 2nd link, plus 3 of this block:;amp;psc=1

They work really well as far as I can tell, not the cheapest option though.

u/bigceej · 2 pointsr/Nexus6P

Choetech makes excellent products! There cables and chargers are very high quality and affordable. If you want just 1 USB C port there is this

Or if you want a USB C and 2 USB A get this . Not usre why this is on pre-order again, maybe they just sold all there stock. But I preordered it the first time, they screwed up and accidentally sent everyone 2 USB cables they said I could keep them and they would still send me the charger. The charger is great, and the only one out there that meets USB C spec and has Usb A.

u/hagela · 2 pointsr/nexus5x

Yeah, sorry I was on mobile. I bought this one

u/BobbySon123 · 2 pointsr/AndroidQuestions

What is your budget?

I use the RAVPower 201000 mAh charger.

Anecdotally, charge seems to match what is being drawn from wall with official charge. Also can fully charge phone at least 3 times. Haven't had to do it more times than that in a row so not sure on full draw.

u/BeanForsythe · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I've been using this one since November and it works wonderfully:

u/BirdsNoSkill · 2 pointsr/Android
u/Asgaro · 2 pointsr/pokemongo

I'm researching power banks as well currently, and I want to point out there are also power banks that support Qualcomm Quick Charge. Can be handy if your smartphone supports that technology.

I found following 2 supporting it: and

u/ilkhan2016 · 2 pointsr/Nexus6P

huh. I'm having exactly the same problem. Started a few weeks ago after I used an A-C adapter. Won't charge from any native USB-C source. I need to call Google one of these days, I haven't bothered yet.

I've got a weird issue.
I bought this micro-&gt;C adapter and this portable battery at the same time. Plugged in the C-C cord, charged my phone perfectly. I plug in the micro-&gt;C adaptor on a micro cord, charges fine. I plugged into my factory charger...nothing. This elicited a nice "wtf?" moment. But I was going out of town, so I used the micro cord and the adapter, worked fine during the trip.

Got home. Factory charger still isn't working. I flip the C-C cord around, and the charging icon quickly flips between lightning bolt and nothing. Another "WTF?" moment.
Well, maybe the cord went bad or something. Grab this charger and a new C-C cord. New charger and new cord doesn't charge at all. New cord on factory charger doesn't charge at all. Old cord on new charger doesn't charge at all.

Take it out to the car. 2.4A type C, no charging at all.

3 different USB-A chargers charge it fine with the micro-C adapter on several different A-micro cords, including the new Anker charger. The factory A-C cord does work fine.


Did the micro-&gt;C adapter break something? And if so, why does the phone still charge fine when using it? Anything that would be rapid charging (&gt;2.1A) fails completely. Anything not rapid charging works fine. RMA time?

u/cantrek · 2 pointsr/GooglePixel

I have a Rav Power pack that has 20100mAH. It's not the newest model, but it's been going strong for thousands of miles of travel for 2.5 years now. It has two regular USB ports too (one quick charge) so I can charge multiple devices at once. The extra power is great for road trips because I can go multiple days between charges (handy if you forget it in the car when you check into a hotel).

u/drbeer · 2 pointsr/TheSilphRoad

I'd personally shoot for one that has USB-C for input and QC 3.0 for output. Thats going to cover the wide majority of devices and you won't be frustrated in the future having to pull out a micro cable to charge the pack when your future phones will all be C.

Depending on size and cost, there are a lot of options that would fulfill this.

On the big end, RavPower 20100mAh for $50:;amp;qid=1518212831&amp;amp;sr=8-3&amp;amp;keywords=usb+c+battery+pack&amp;amp;dpID=31ROW8cIauL&amp;amp;preST=_SY300_QL70_&amp;amp;dpSrc=srch

u/dk745 · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

This is the charger I have right now. I know it doesn't have USB C, but do you think it would be sufficient?

Otherwise I was looking at the one you listed, or this since it's only $37.49 after promo code. Mainly looking for something that has USB-C for Switch and Quick Charge for my Galaxy S7.

Is USB C to C a much bigger advantage than A to C (or whatever it's called)?

u/KookeyMoose · 2 pointsr/CDT

I went through several banks before I found one that I liked.

One thing that I found to be a great feature was a 3 amp type c cord for my phone. It charges my phone from the bank really fast.

One thing I’m still looking for is a type c cable to charge the bank. I do have a 3 amp wall charger but the type c cord that came with my bank is junk. I think having the ability to recharge a bank fast or at least faster than it currently does would be great.
If anyone knows of a fast bank charging cord let me know. I’m not even certain that a type c bank charging cord is what I should be looking for. All I know is the type c bank to phone cord I have is really fast.

u/SeaPig6 · 2 pointsr/findareddit

USB C Power Bank RAVPower 20100 Portable Charger with QC 3.0 Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0, 20100mAh Input &amp; Output Type C Battery Pack for Nintendo Switch, iPhone, 12-inch MacBook, Galaxy and More

Here’s one with quick charge. I actually own this one too. After a coupon it’s $48. It has usb C and fast recharge too.

u/acali_ny · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitchDeals

The 20100 Ravpower Turbo without the charger claims about 2.5 switch charges on Amazon here. I'm not sure why the one with the charger would be different. I would think you'll be getting more than just ".3" switch battery life considering you're getting ~25% more capacity.

If the one you have now works just fine for you and hasn't left you wanting more playtime or faster charging then maybe just skip it. The reviews on the 20100 appear to claim it charges plenty fast but I haven't tried it myself.

But I did notice amazon lists the size specs of both the 26800 and the 20100 as the same size. If this is true then the 26800 might make more sense from a capacity/size perspective.

u/Zebov8324 · 2 pointsr/GooglePixel
u/scarspidey · 2 pointsr/RetroPie

Well just to put my 2 cents, I bought this;qid=1557165687&amp;s=gateway&amp;sr=8-1-fkmrnull-spons&amp;psc=1

Premium price for sure but i end up using it for many other things including Rpi projects.

u/domoslurpies · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I'm going on a ~16 hour car ride in two weeks and I was wondering if [this battery pack] ( would charge the switch with a Google Pixel charger. Thanks!

u/rottedzombie · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

If I may also offer, I own this one and love it:

u/athriren · 2 pointsr/Games

This RAVPower one is 20 bucks cheaper and 6000mAh smaller, if you want to save some money:

u/ajax54 · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Sorry for another question, but I've been trying to decipher all this charging/power bank stuff all evening.

I'm trying to determine if this powerbank would be good/safe:

It does say "certified safe" but after reading all the links in the 'usb compliant' and 'choosing your charger' threads, i'm still concerned. I checked all the numbers but I'm still not sure I'm understanding it properly.

I could see myself spending a bit more if this one isn't safe, but I don't need a huge battery. Seems like 10000 should be enough for my needs, and I don't want to spend ~$100 if I don't have to.

Thank you all for helping eachother out, this is what I love about reddit!

EDIT: Found the spreadsheet listing power banks, I'll probably save up a little more and get this one if I have to.

u/cjbrigol · 2 pointsr/GalaxyS7
u/ew73 · 2 pointsr/GooglePixel

I have this:

&gt; RAVPower USB C Power Bank RAVPower 20100 Portable Charger with QC 3.0 Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0, 20100mAh Input &amp; Output Type C Battery Pack for Nintendo Switch, iPhone, MacBook, Galaxy S8 and More

It'll "Rapidly Charging" my Pixel, I don't know if power delivery is in there or not, but it's roughly the same speed as the wall charger in my experience.

u/THECaptGeech · 2 pointsr/kindafunny
u/SadisticSavior · 2 pointsr/GooglePixel

My power bank will charge my Pixel rapidly.;amp;psc=1

I am unclear if your device is charging wirelessly, quickly, or via wireless. You will not get quick charge unless the device supports it (and in my experience, only if you have USB-c on both ends).

u/bearxor · 2 pointsr/Vive

Anything that supports QC3 should be compatible.

I have this one:

And it works fine

u/hanyo66 · 2 pointsr/CampingGear

This is the best battery pack I've ever owned (and I've owned A TON):;psc=1


Here's my in depth review I wrote on Amazon:

I rarely write reviews but felt compelled to write one for this since I gave it some decent real world testing with an iPhone X.

All tests below done with the charger starting out at Full Charge, charging and iPhone X on AT&amp;T with a 1 foot lightning cord.

- Charge 1: ​Phone battery starting at 13% to 100% charge. Light usage with data, wifi, bluetooth on (checking email, instagram, a few texts). 2hrs 4min, all 4 lights still on the charger

- Charge 2: ​Phone battery starting at 6% to 100% charge. Minimal usage with data and wifi on (sent a few texts, checked weather). 2hrs 9min, 3 lights left on the charger.

- Charge 3: ​Phone battery starting at 20% to 100% charge. Played a few games, texted, instagram. 2hrs 11min. 2 lights left on teh charger.

- Charge 4: ​Phone battery starting at 8% to 100% Airplane mode, everything off and no use. 1hr 42min, one light left on the charger.

- Charge 5: ​Phone battery starting at 11% to 100%. Airplane mode, everything off no use. 1hr 32min. 1 light blinking on the charger.

- Charge 6: ​Phone battery on 25% to 28%, threw phone on the charger to see how much juice was left after the warning light started blinking. Charged for about 5 minutes and then died completely.

I then used a Qualcomm Quick Charger to charge the unit from fully dead to fully charged with a USB 3.0 micro usb cable. Took exactly 6 hours and 40 minutes.

I'm pretty happy with this unit, the build quality is great, the pouch is nice, and it's easy to use. I do a lot of backpacking and bikepacking and I look forward to taking this with me on my adventures to give my phone and drone controller extra juice out on the trail.

u/OutofBoundsDG · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Again, haven't got to test it fully (at work and was doing some testing on lunch) But when I turned off the screen and just let it charge for a couple of mins it went up a few percent. Doesn't seem bad to me on the short test I did.

Depending on your budget;amp;psc=1&amp;amp;smid=A2KUZVNQ9LP7N9

That one seems really good. It says it charges even while playing a switch in the description. If thats out of your budget I would say the one I got would probably suffice.

u/MegaPorkachu · 2 pointsr/dogswithjobs

I've had this one for about 1.5 years now. RavPower Customer Service is really good, better than other companies that do the same thing.

I bought it direct and actually thought mine was defective in the first few days of getting it but found out that my USB wall chargers were 1A, which charges it much slower. I asked them for a 2.4A and they sent me one free of charge. The 2.4A wall charger charges it full in 8-10h.

It charges my iPhone X about 7-8 times on a full charge, and with the iPhone 4 I had before I got the X I charged the bank once a month or once/3w. I bought it because it was the best value for the capacity and port amount, but there are better quality ones out there if you desire quality over everything.

It's pretty big, but I keep it in a backpack while threading the wire through the earphone holes. If you want something to fit in your pocket this isn't the one to go for, but I charge it once a week (and only charging my phone from the battery bank).

u/Therius97 · 2 pointsr/AskTechnology
u/RaveDigger · 2 pointsr/AppalachianTrail

Some of the older Garmin units use AA batteries. I have a Garmin eTrex Vista HCx that's maybe 10 years old and it takes AA batteries. They'll last about 24 hours while the unit is on, but you can carry extra batteries with you and swap them out when they need to be replaced. I don't know of anywhere to buy one of them nowadays, but if you could find one used, it would probably be cheap. I've used mine for hiking, backpacking, and motorcycling for 10 years and it still works just as well as the day I got it. It's not particularly fancy though.

If you get a device that is charged via USB, you could get a battery bank to recharge the GPS while you're away from power. Something like this would charge a GPS device many times.

The other options are a Delorme InReach or a Spot device which another poster mentioned. They last quite a bit of time, but also require a monthly service contract.

u/Jwn5k · 2 pointsr/OculusQuest

I just bought the 17mm head pad from VRcover and it works great, along with velcro-ing my Anker 10000 PD. I found that this combo almost entirely alleviates the weight issue for me and others using my Quest.

u/ShadowKingpin · 2 pointsr/OculusQuest

I would be more than happy to! Link:;amp;qid=1558725744&amp;amp;s=gateway&amp;amp;sr=8-3

It’s fantastic. It charges really fast when using the PD port and is done through USB-C. It charges the headset faster than the headset can drain the battery.

u/Slyfer77 · 2 pointsr/OculusQuest

Do you want to have it connected when you are not playing or have it in your pocket while you are playing on the Quest to extend play time?


Because this thing is HUGE.


This power bank was included in the TPCast Wireless Adapter Set I used some time for my Oculus Rift and I can tell you - the 320g it weighs is quite a lot for having it hanging on you (I had it in a pouch fixed to a belt).

And it's not only the weight alone but the form factor as well.

It's quite long so you can't put it in your pant's pocket. You have to have a belt or a fanny pack.


So consider something lighter and more pocket-friendly.

Obviously the power bank being smaller means it has a lower rating, but 10.000 mAh will be plenty.

20.000 mAh really is not needed (unless you plan for 10 hour game sessions ;)


Many have bought this one and I ordered it as well recently:


Compact, has a USB-C port that is used for out AND in and has a nice add-on: it supports power delivery so you can fast charge other devices that support this AND the power bank can be recharged in only 3.5 hours instead of 9h when using a power adapter that also supports PD


(Unfortunately PD is not compatible with Qualcoms QuickCharge so you'll most likely have to invest in another power adapter as well)


Actually I saw the power bank in a video of "RaMarcus".;t=385s

Check it out if you want to get a feeling for the size.

He recommends some magnetic USB cables as well, however I'll check for other options first.

u/kcasante · 2 pointsr/OculusQuest

This is the one I use on my Quest Anker PowerCore 10000 PD, 10000mAh

Heavy enough to counterbalance perfectly but not too heavy thats it’s uncomfortable. I paired that with a very short usb-c to a cable and a usbc L Adapter so the cable doesn’t have to bend. Perfect setup for me and I get about 7 hours of straight beat saber if I’m in a crazy mood. 😏

u/auto_exec · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitchDeals

I love the portability (size) of the Anker PowerCore 10000 PD, I just really wish it came with a wall-charger for that price or a little more. Don't want to add $20-$30 to have a dedicated charger for it (and it'd be a pain to keep disconnecting/reconnecting the switch dock power supply to charge it). Might go with the 20000 PD for price-to-performance ratio + wall charger - but it looks a little bulky comparatively.

u/OfficerDudeGuy · 2 pointsr/OculusQuest

If you're considering a battery pack I opted for this:;psc=1

It's already got a short usb c cable included, the weight is perfect for counter balancing, and it came with a mesh bag.


The bag I turned inside out and cut horizontal slits near the 4 corners. Then I turned the bag right side in and threaded a self adhering velcro strip through the slits in each corner. I used the velcro straps to hold the mesh bag centered over the hole at the back of the headset where the adjustable straps all meet. This makes it incredibly easy to take the battery out for charging/hot swapping and you don't have to remove anything to keep using the retail box. I ended up re-wrapping the velcro so that it holds the USB cable in place too.


I've only tested over the weekend, but I did play Blades and Sorcery streaming from my PC for nearly 6 straight hours on Sunday until every muscle in my upper body hurt. I never got uncomfortable (other than said muscle pain) and it only reported 50% drain on the battery pack.


Edit: Here's a pic from this morning to make it more clear how I have it setup:

u/thhrash · 2 pointsr/OculusQuest

Seems this one is very popular so I ordered it.;psc=1 . It seems it has no problem keeping the internal battery on the Quest charged while playing. I am a big fan of Anker products due to the excellent support I have received from them in the past. Also got some short usb C to usb C cables to connect to it. Was not sure of the distance so ordered a pack. Hopefully they will work.;psc=1

u/KingOfTheDragonMen · 2 pointsr/OculusQuest

Magnetic USB C Adapter,Type C Connector, USB 3.1 10 Gb/s PD,100W Quick Charge - 4 K @ 60 Hz High Resolution - Supports High Speed, Compatible with MacBook Pro/Pixelbook/Matebook/Dell XPS (Silver);psc=1

Options for 90deg usbC to usbA 1ft fast charge cable:;psc=1

Power bank;psc=1

u/aholeinthewor1d · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

I recently purchased a Caliburn and wanted to get a portable power bank in case I need to recharge it while I am away from home. Firgued I'd get one that could fast charge my cellphone so I went with the Anker 10000PD power bank. Do you think I will have an issue charging the caliburn? I know most devices "should" only draw what they need but I heard the batteries and battery tech in vape stuff is pretty sketchy so now I am worried about using the power bank.


Here is the one I just ordered

u/DTechNation · 2 pointsr/OculusQuest

So I love the PD. So compact, VERY little vampire draw, and works fine with the Quest. Being able to charge the pack via USB-C is awesome.

Anker PowerCore 10000 PD:

Straps (I used the 8” straps for the battery):

My straps came with an extra 2 small Velcro straps that I used on the sides.

u/diomark · 2 pointsr/OculusQuest

You don't need a power bank, but if you want one, you should get this one instead - Check this out at - Anker PowerCore 10000 PD,...

u/Rygads · 2 pointsr/OculusQuest

I have heard that this: Anker PowerCore 10000 PD, 10000mAh Portable Charger USB-C Power Delivery (18W) Power Bank for iPhone 8/8+/X/XS/XR/XS Max, Samsung Galaxy S10, Pixel 3/3XL, iPad Pro 2018, and More

Is supposed to give you about 5 solid hours of use on top of the two the quest gets. Mine comes in today so I can't say for sure, but I'll keep you posted.

u/imacmill · 2 pointsr/OculusQuest

Here's my experience with power banks, FWIW. I bought the following two:;amp;psc=1&amp;amp;refRID=ZR4H79R0Q89C6GJG5ZJT;amp;psc=1&amp;amp;refRID=713ST7NMTYGNDSVWYHS8

If I connected either of these batteries to the Quest via their USB A ports (rated at 5V/2.4A), neither one would keep the Quest charged during gameplay. I played a SteamVR game via Virtual Desktop, and the Quest battery discharged from 100% down to something like 30% after a little over an hour.

After fully recharging the Quest, I then plugged the first battery into the Quest via its Type C PD port (Power Delivery, rated at 5V, 3A) and this worked great: I played the same SteamVR game for about 3 hours and the Quest was still at 100% charge when I was done.

I actually returned the second (Anker) battery without testing its PD port, since the other battery worked great and it's half the price.

u/SmoothOpX · 1 pointr/OculusQuest

Get this one and a couple Velcro straps:


Anker PowerCore 10000 PD, 10000mAh Portable Charger USB-C Power Delivery (18W... via @amazon

u/Gawlf85 · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

The regular Switch's battery life is 3-5 hours depending on the game and settings, which is about the same as a 3DS. It's not bad, but you'll probably run out of juice at some point on long trips, and you'll want to charge it overnight almost every night.

The new Switch model almost doubles this, up to 5-9 hours, apparently. I can't remember the last time I played more than 8 hours in a day, so it should stay alive for virtually all gaming sessions you could need as long as you can charge it every other day.

If you plan on playing mostly handheld, it might be worth the wait. But if you're really getting a good discount, you can always simply invest part of that money on a good powerbank to keep your console juiced up anyway, like we old-Switch owners do :P

EDIT: This one here, for instance, should give you 2 extra full charges, meaning you'd extend your battery life to 9-15 hours total, for $40. If you save more than that from the old Switch sale, it might be worth it.