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|Created:||Tuesday, December 22, 2020|
|Members:||Tuesday, December 22, 2020 at 18:22 eastern (28 days ago)|
|Public:||Tuesday, December 22, 2020 at 18:22 eastern|
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|Details:||RavPower 15,000mAh USB-C and USB Battery Charger for $15|
RavPower 15,000mAh Portable Battery Charger with one 18W USB-C output and one QC3.0 USB output. Click the 50% coupon under the $30 price to get it for $15. Includes a USB-C cable.
Can charge a USB-C device (up to 18W power delivery) and a regular USB device (with or without QC3.0 fast charging mode). The 15,000 capacity can recharge a battery from 0% to 100% of an iPhone 12 Pro about 4 times, or an iPad Pro once.
This requires a USB-C power adapter (18W or higher) to charge its battery, and one is not included. If you are considering buying a USB-C battery pack like this, it is likely you already have a USB-C power adapter that came with the device you want to power, but if not, adapters start at about $8.
We have the 20,000mAh version of this portable battery charger, which has 60W USB-C output. That one is powerful enough to charge a laptop that uses 60W USB-C charging, effectively expanding its battery life by 50% to 75% while traveling.
If you only need regular USB (without USB-C) charging, they also have a RavPower 20,000mAh Dual-USB Portable Battery Charger for $20 after clicking the coupon.
Note that most countries and airlines do not allow battery packs in checked luggage, and have a strict limit of 27,000mAh total per carry-on luggage. If you plan to bring more than one battery pack on your next flight, or a single pack with 27,000mAh or higher capacity, you could be turned away.