Friday, July 21, 2017

LOTS Of POWER!! - Anker PowerCore+ 26800mAh Battery Bank – Review

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Today Luke is reviewing the Anker PowerCore+ 26800mAh Battery Bank!

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Price : $82.00

Weight of the Bank : 1lb 5oz

+ PowerCore+

PowerCore+ is our flagship series of portable chargers, built using only premium materials and the most advanced charging technology.

Make sure your charger is as advanced as your phone.

•     10 iPhone charges, 7 Galaxy S7 charges and multiple charges for other tablets and devices
•     Almost Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 and PowerIQ combine for serious speed
•     Qualcomm Quick Charge input for super-speed recharge (wall charger included)
Premium matte aluminum finish offers durability and style

Qualcomm QuickCharge support (this one supports QC 3.0 on the Green port)

- Med-High Amperage charging on all ports (Each port can push up to 3A)

The charge indicator button is divided into 10% increments

Charging Time with wallcharger : Around 7 hours

Lots of Power – This is what I use for extended road trips
Multiple Charging Ports
Fast recharging for the size of the bank
Quick charging for specific devices
Nice design
Easy to power level
Can charge multiple devices at once

Cons :
The included charging cable is so-so quality.  A lot of people have had issues with these; it’s common.
Comparable to similar sized battery banks

Note : I have experience an odd glitch with this device roughly two months back.  I hit the battery level indication button and I took a glace at it but my attention was called by my wife susan so I didn’t get a good look at what it was.. Once I was done talking with her, I hit the button again and this time it wouldn’t light up at all.. It wouldn’t charge any devices either. I connected it to the charger and nothing happened. Came back some time later and everything was working once again.. I remember specifically that the device was not empty as I saw that it was stating that it was around half full.  I haven’t had that issue again with my 4 months of testing.

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