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Anker Power Bank, PowerCore 26800mAh Portable Charger with Dual Input Port and Double-Speed Recharging, 3 USB Ports External Battery for iPhone, iPad, Samsung Galaxy, Android and Other Smart Devices

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Compatible phone models Apple Iphone 8, Lg Optimus 4X, Samsung Galaxy S8
Colour Black
Brand Anker
Connector type Micro USB

About this item

  • The Anker Advantage: Join the 30 million+ powered by our leading technology.
  • Colossal Capacity: 26800mAh of power charges most phones over 6 times, tablets at least 2 times and any other USB device multiple times.
  • High-Speed Charging: 3 USB output ports equipped with Anker's PowerIQ and VoltageBoost technology ensure high-speed charging for three devices—simultaneously (Not compatible with Qualcomm Quick Charge).
  • Recharge 2X Faster: Dual Micro USB (20W) input offers recharge speeds up to twice as fast as standard portable chargers—a full recharge takes just over 6 hours while using both input ports (wall charger not included).
  • What You Get: PowerCore 26800, 2X Micro USB Cable, Travel Pouch, Welcome Guide, our worry-free 18-month warranty and friendly customer service. USB-C cable and Lightning cable for iPhone / iPad sold separately.

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Reviewed in Australia on 19 November 2020
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Tom Stephens
5.0 out of 5 stars GAME CHANGER FOR OFF-GRID POWER
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 7 May 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars GAME CHANGER FOR OFF-GRID POWER
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 7 May 2019
I have had numerous different power banks from the popular brands, Rav and Anker, iMuto etc.... However these 26000mAh Anker packs come out on top. 3 USB outputs for maximum charging flexibility, I recommend people get a couple of the 3 in 1 MicroUSB, Lightning, USB C cables from either Anker or another brand.

The real feature of this Anker pack however is the dual microUSB charging inputs. Importantly, this means you can feed the thing with 4A of charging current which allows a full charge within 8 hours. Now, thats just a cool feature when charging from mains at home, however when you are off grid, camping or whatever, when you couple this feature with a 24W folding solar panel from RAVPower, in full sunlight you can charge this at 4A, from the sun, WELL WITHIN a single day of sunlight.

2 of these packs, the 24w RAVPower solar panel, a couple of the triple head cables and you are literally almost at the realm of unlimited power so long as you keep one charged whilst the other pack is in use!

I also reccomend carrying a 9v/12v step up cable such as the Qutaway branded one. This allows you to power 9 or 12v devices under 800mA from your packs as well.

UPDATE: I now own 3 of these packs and have had two of them for about 2 years. To reiterate: These are the BEST you can get before making the jump to USB C PD for even faster charging and powering potential.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Kann nicht mit 2x2A aus einem Ladegerät geladen werden
Reviewed in Germany on 1 July 2019
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1.0 out of 5 stars Kann nicht mit 2x2A aus einem Ladegerät geladen werden
Reviewed in Germany on 1 July 2019
Die Powerbank verfügt über zwei Micro-USB Eingänge über die eigentlich mit 2x 2A geladen werden kann. Das funktioniert jedoch nur, wenn dafür zwei USB-Ladegeräte verwendet werden.

Benutzt man ein Ladegerät, reduziert sich der Strom auf 1,4A bis 1,6A pro Port. Damit wird dann nur noch mit ca. 3A statt mit 4A geladen. Ich habe 5 verschiedene Ladegeräte getestet und bei allen reduzierte sich der Strom von 2A auf ca. 1,5A pro Port. Die Ladegeräte hatten dabei selbstverständlich ausreichend Leistung und zwei waren von Anker.
Ich habe sicherheitshalber auch eine zweite Powerbank bestellt und getestet: Leider mit exakt gleichem Ergebnis. Also jedes Mal reproduzierbar.

Wird die Powerbank an zwei Ladegeräte angeschlossen, wird sie mit 2x2A geladen. Sobald man aber beide USB-Kabel in ein Ladegerät steckt, reduziert sich die Ladeleistung wie beschrieben.

Der Support war freundlich und bemüht. Man schickte mir auch ein Foto auf dem eine Powerbank mit Messgerät zu sehen war welches 2A zeigte. Keine Ahnung wie das funktioniert hat.
Bei meinen 2 Powerbanks und den 5 Ladegeräten klappt das aber definitiv nicht.
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Dan
1.0 out of 5 stars False advertising!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 14 July 2020
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Fanfan
4.0 out of 5 stars Great capacity, but getting two smaller Anker batteries might be a better option.
Reviewed in Canada on 21 October 2016
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great capacity, but getting two smaller Anker batteries might be a better option.
Reviewed in Canada on 21 October 2016
After testing I've found this 26800 battery is slightly worse on all metrics compared its smaller 20100 sister. (Which is great) The two unique advantages of this battery are 1) large capacity, and 2) dual-input fast input charging. Both of these features have smallish benefits comparison to Anker's other offerings.

1. Using a load testing device, I measured the Watt/hours that this battery can deliver. 75.599Wh @5v. (Rated capacity is 99.16 Wh) This means that the battery is 76% efficient. In contrast, the 20100 battery delivers deliver:61.211Wh @5v. (Rated capacity is 74.37 Wh) The smaller battery is 82% efficient - 6% better than this larger brother. This means that even though the 26800 looks like it will give you 33% more power, it only really gives you about 23% more juice than the 20100.

2. It doesn't seem to deliver it's maximum advertised input charge speed when using the special dual-input charge method. Using a single cable, the charge rate "bounces around" at different speeds for about 10 seconds before settling on a final sustained charge speed. Usually, this will settle at a speed of 2.0 amps (which is a decent speed for a single cable). When adding the second cable however, this 2.0A speed of the first cable is reduced, and the two cables together will never charge the battery at more than a total of 3.0 amps. (The previously fast 2.0A connection will be reduced to something like 1.2A when the second cable is connected, and together they equal roughly 3.0A) Moreover, if the second cable is unplugged the remaining cable will often drop down to a slower charge rate like 1.0A. The battery then needs both cables to be unplugged so that it can "reset" and give another try at charging quickly.

Summary: After the most recent $15 price cut (currently) $65.99, the price of this battery is 46% more than the 20100 for only a 23% increase in usable capacity. If you need alot of battery capacity, the better option is to buy two 20100 batteries. You'll get much more capacity for the money, and you'll be able to charge at an effective 4.0A because the batteries are independent.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Won't Recharge
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 10 June 2019
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