Anker PowerCore 10000 with Quick Charge 3.0, 10000mAh Power Pack Portable Charger with Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0, for Samsung, iPhone, iPad and more
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- The Anker Advantage: Join the 10 million+ powered by America's leading USB charging brand.
- Quick Charge 3.0: Up to 4x faster than standard chargers, able to charge compatible devices to 80% in just 35 minutes. Backwards compatible with all versions of Qualcomm Quick Charge.
- High Capacity: 10, 000mAh is enough capacity to charge an iPhone 6s well over 3 times, a Galaxy S6 over 2 and a half times and most tablets at least once.
- Remarkably Compact: Much smaller than other high-capacity portable chargers. Possibly the most power ever packed into such a small space.
- What You Get: PowerCore 10000 with Quick Charge 3.0, travel pouch, Micro-USB cable, welcome guide, our worry-free 18-month warranty and friendly customer service.
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PowerCore 10000 with Quick Charge 3.0
The Compact High-Capacity Portable Charger
From ANKER, America's Leading USB Charging Brand
- Faster and safer charging with our advanced technology
- 10 million+ happy users and counting
Incredible Charging Speed
Amongst the first portable chargers ever to utilize Quick Charge 3.0 output, it charges compatible devices up to 80% in just half an hour.
PowerCore 10000 packs three phone charges or a single tablet charge into the palm of your hand. Possibly the most power ever packed into such a small space.
Incredibly small and light for its large capacity. PowerCore 10000 is smaller than a deck of cards and as light as a baseball—it's ideal for any pocket or bag.
MultiProtect Safety System
Surge protection, temperature control and more advanced safety features keep you and your devices safe.
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WHY YOU SHOULD GET A QUALCOMM 3.0 QUICKCHARGING BATTERY JUICE PACK
2016 is a great year for mobile phones. Particularly so if you're an android user. With most flagship phones shipping with qualcomm processors, you'll soon find yourself with a device with Qualcomm Quick Charging 3.0. This is huge because most of these new phones claim up to 80% charge in 15 minutes. Gone are the days of wall huggers.
ENTER THE ANKER POWERCORE 10,000
This matte black and palmable battery pack is ANKER's single port version of their QC 3.0 charger. With a mid-range capacity of 10,000mAh, it should fully charge most phones about three times. It's a must have for any power user.
PERFECT SIZE & WEIGHT
I was a bit skeptical when ANKER claims that it's about the size of a credit card. I figured, it's a marketing ploy because it's probably massively thick. It wasn't. The battery pack is small enough that my middle and thumb fingers can still touch. And I have average hands! I'm at least average I say!!!
Anyways, what I've noticed is that it's small enough to palm both the battery pack and my Galaxy S7 Edge in one hand. This should make it easy to charge on the go.
WOULD I RECOMMEND THIS?
Yes. I would definitely recommend this, but particularly if you're an Android user. QC 3.0 will be the new standard in 2017 and all other battery packs will be considered obsolete/slow.
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In my continuing quest to find the lightest battery to lug around for quick rides that might last all day I purchased this Anker PowerCore.
The quick charge works great with my Samsung Active S6 and is there if I need it for one of the lights or Garmin. I constantly have to decide on power capacity vs weight. Add in the Quick Charge dilemma and there haven't any options that I liked.
It weighs 6,6 oz and fits nicely with my emergency tool kit in a ziplock bag. I use some rubber bands to attach it as needed with a short QC compatible cable. Not all cables are.
Posting a comparison photo of my other external batteries. No problems with any of them riding every almost every day the past couple years, in all weather (Texas) in temperatures of teens to 100+.
I did not receive this at a discount (or any of the others for that matter), just posting this review to maybe help somebody else. With Actual weights.
After about an hour of idle charging, my LG G5 went from 15% to about 60% -- that's significantly slower than my wall charger at home. During the charge, the G5 was idle. It was not in use and the screen was off. The environment was room temperature. There's no reason for this slow of a charge.
Like other reviewers, I have noticed that this takes a VERY long time to recharge. The first recharge "only" took about 8 hours, but subsequent recharges take 18-24 hours. I use an Anker PowerPort 5, which provides AMPLE power. This is the only device plugged in while charging. I've tried using multiple cables, including a 12" Anker cable and a different 12" cable from a reputable, well-known manufacturer. No difference.
Charging my LG G5 from 15% consumes about 50% of the PowerCore battery. If I attempt to charge my G5 again without recharging the PowerCore, I can only get to about 80% - 90% before the PowerCore is completely drained. I see similar results with the Sony Xperia X Compact.
I have experienced the "stuck LEDs" exactly one time.
If you can overlook the 24-hour recharge time, and don't need QuickCharge, this is otherwise a decent charger. However, there are other high-quality power banks that lack those features for significantly less.
I'm deeply disappointed. This isn't the level of quality I expect from Anker, and judging by the reviews, I see I'm not the only one.
This can fully recharge a Galaxy S7 over three times. It’s made out of a durable and lightweight plastic, rather than heavy metal like some older models, features one full-size USB output port to plug in the included cable and charge micro-USB devices like an Android phone or tablet. Just flip the cable and it recharges the battery too.
It has four blue LEDs on the top to show battery levels, and one dedicated power button on the side to start the charging process.
I’ve been using the new Anker Powercore 10k with Quick Charge 3.0 for almost a month now, and am impressed by the speed of each charge (usually from 10/15% to full) and the accuracy of the battery level lights.
Using the Note 4, I was able to charge it from 5-100% three times and have some left over. This was during a camping trip, so it was exactly what I needed. Charging the Galaxy S7, it made 3 full charges, although I believe one of them was from 20-25%.
All in all, it's cheap, charges quickly and fits against the phone in a pocket. Great buy.