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Type-C/USB-C Input & Output RAVPower 20100mAh Portable Charger QC 3.0 Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 Power Bank External Battery Pack for Macbook, Nexus 6, iPhone and More
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- Capable of charging a Nintendo Switch while it is being played. Type-C Input and Output: The first ever external battery charger with USB-C / Type-C. Use it to quickly recharge the 20100mah external battery, or to power Apple Mac Book (tested and supported) with USB-C / Type-C ports. A Micro usb to Type-C converter will be included.
- 3.0 Is Just Better Than 2.0: Compared to QC 2.0, QC 3.0 has 15% greater charging efficiency, charges up to 27% faster, and reduces power consumption by up to 45%. Compatible with All Versions of Qualcomm Quick Charge.
- First Portable Charger with Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 Techonology: Charge up to 80% of the battery for QC 2.0 / 3.0 compatible devices when charging for approximately 35 minutes. QC 3.0 is compatible with USB, QC 2.0, & 1.0; and can deliver twice the charging speed of QC 1.0. Non-retail QC3.0 Charger Included: Just sold with the power bank and combine with QC3.0 output to fully recharging the external battery in around 5 hours.
- Huge Capacity & Rapid Recharge: 20100mAh charges an iPhone 6S & 6 almost 8 times, a Galaxy S6 almost 5 times or an iPad Air more than once; recharge takes only 4.5 hours with a Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 USB Charger; an input of 5V / 2A means that it still charges faster than normal USB chargers even without Qualcomm compatibility
- Stylish, Pratical & Safe: Smooth ebony varnish with 4-LED battery level indicator, 100% safe circuit protection; charger automatically shuts down if short circuit or overload occurs to protect your devices
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Fastest Charger on the market
Compatible devices with Qualcomm chipset can charge up to 75% faster compared with conventional chargers. Thanks to Qualcomm Quick Charge3.0 and RAVPower iSmart technology, the charger can simultaneously charge one Quick Charge device (e.g. Galaxy Note, Nexus 6) and one normal device (like iPhone, iPad), providing maximum speed in both cases.
Type-C Input and Output:
Introducing the first ever portable charger with USB-C/Type-C charging capabilities. With USB-C/Type-C to cables (not included) you can use this portable charger to power devices such as the newest 12 inch Apple Mac book(A1534).
Faster Input than Ever before The charger itself can be charged with Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 technology. This means its 20100mAh capacity can be recharged in full of 5 hours if used with another QC adapter.
With a smooth, ebony varnish, the external battery pack looks as great as it feels. Four LED status lights gently remind you of the remaining battery capacity.
QC3.0 Input (Micro): 5V~12V 2A Max
Input (Type-C): 5V/3A Max
USB Output: 5V/ 2.4A Max
Type-C Output: 5V/3A Max
QC 3.0 Output: 5V/2.4A, 6.5V~9V/1.5A, 9V~12V/1.2A Max
Please use your device's original charging cable or RAVPower's MFI / Micro-USB Cable for the best possible performance. Please contact customer service if you would like to buy this external battery to charge your type-c input devices with the type-c to type-c cables.
Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 USB Charger is sold separately.
Micro usb to USB-C converter
USB-C/Type-C input and output combined in one port.
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I bought this unit as looking at the other options and past experience with other brand battery packs, I thought this unit offered the best value and features for my use. The two major features that caught my eye were the QC3.0 charging support and having a USB-C plug.
** UPDATED **
The battery is rated at 20100mAh. The biggest thing to remember is that the size of the battery is not indicative of how much charge you can output. There is an efficiency factor that needs to be accounted for. **RAVpower tell me this unit is 85% efficiant** This covers losses over the charging cables and heat that is generated when using the battery to charge something. The RavPower unit does heat up somewhat when you use it, and that heat is energy from the battery being used up. **The second 'marketing ploy' involves how they come up with the mAh rating for the battery. The cells inside the unit are 3.7v but the usb works at 5v. When you move to a higher voltage, then you have a corresponding drop in amps. So the math works out to: Labeled capacity *3.7V /5V * Efficiency = 20100*3.7/5*85% =12642mAh. That works out to about 37% loss in real world output power vs printed on the side of the unit. You must remember however that is the standard that everyone uses for these batteries. You can't really hold RAVpower at fault if you will get a similar loss with every other power bank external battery. That works out to recharging the family iPad Mini2 about twice, or my iPad Air once + my LG G5 twice.
My initial order from Amazon arrived without a hitch and the unit came pre-charged with all 4 led power level lights on. I imagine this is a pre-charge on each of the batteries but not really fully charged unit. I had my iPad at about 15% battery charge so I plugged it into the RAVpower to let it charge. It took about 5.5h for it to get to 93% before the unit ran out of juice. That was reasonable I thought considering it was from a pre-charge state. The RAVpower was about 6-7deg warmer (luke warm), not hot by any means. I then moved it over to my LG QC3.0 charger that came with my phone to give the unit a re-charge. This was one of the main purchase features for the unit as it is supposed to allow you to re-charge the RAVpower pack in 4.5h using a charge like this. After 7 hours on the charge, the RAVpower unit was getting a bit warmer to the touch but had not moved above 1 led blip. It clearly was not charging.
A phone call down to technical support was made and the very friendly associate at the other end confirmed that the unit likely was not functioning correctly. He told me to ship the unit back to Amazon as it was just purchased and the first 30days on warranty is through them. The associate was very pleasant to talk to and easy to understand. He asked me direct questions of what I had tried and what the unit was doing. They definitely gained a star for great customer service.
After packaging up the DOA unit back to Amazon, I got a second unit sent the next day. A great perk of Prime. The second unit that I got also showed the 4 led blips. This time I plugged it into the family iPad mini2 that was totally dead. This fully charged in just under 5 hours leaving 2 led blips on the charge indicator for the RAVpower. I then charged an iPod touch classic from dead as well as an iPod nano. This brought the unit down to a single led blip. Time to re-charge.
Again like the last time, I plugged it into my LG QC3.0 charger and left it to charge. Checking back at just over the 4 hour mark expecting it to be fully charged, I was disappointed to find that the unit had only half charged to that point. As it was getting on well into the evening, the unit was left charging and by morning it had fully charged.
I have looked into my LG charger and although it does fall into a QC spec, it does not provide the amount of power that you would think. After getting a magnifying glass out to read the micro print, the unit is rated at 5v-1.8a, 9v-1.8a. This makes it a pretty weak QC2.0 charger. This probably explains why the charger struggles to quick charge in the amount of time advertised.
I have since purchased a new wall plug QC3.0 travel adaptor that has a much higher power rating. It is 5v-3a, 9v-2a, 12v-1.5a and meets the published QC3.0 specification. I will over the next week or so when I have more time give the battery a good testing and report back how it works.
Overall, the unit does look good. It comes with a very nice looking mesh bag and two usb-a to usb-micro cables and a usb-micro to usb-c adaptor. They are a flat ribbon type that can roll up small and will fit inside the mesh bag if you were taking the unit traveling. i have used a higher end usb3 to usb-c cable for charging my LG G5 phone. The Apple iPad products were all charged using the OEM apple cable.
After running down my iPad Air to about 45% and my Nexus 7 to 8%, I plugged everything into the RAVpower and gave it all a recharge. The iPad I plugged into the orange QC plug and it topped up faster than if I use the oem apple adaptor. The Nexus took a good 2 1/2 hours, but I really don't remember how long it takes for it to normally charge. After topping up both my LG G5 and G3, the RAVpower to my best estimates ran out of juice. The G3 was still at 55% and it didn't seem to be taking any more charge. it's hard to say if the phone was topping up the RAV or the other way around. Needless to say I was down to one led blip on the RAVpower.
This time I plugged it into an Aukey QC3 wall plug charger and started the timer on my computer. It started charging at 2:21pm and was fully charged at 5:43pm. This was significantly faster than my first recharge try coming in at 3:22 charge time. That is well under the 4:30 quoted. But as the RAVpower still showed a single led blip, it did have some residual charge somewhere under 25%.
I think it was closer to the <10% mark as when I charged my G5 it was only at a single blip and that was for around 1400mAh of power. Then I plugged in the G3 until it essentially stopped charging. As of this last test I will conclude that the unit will QuickCharge as advertised if you are using a properly powered QC3.0 charger that fully meets the spec. As of this I have bumped the rating up to a full 5 stars.
It can can store a LOT of battery power and was enough to charge a Samsung Note 8 a couple of times . . . I could have charged more but I was too impatient for the power bank to drain as I wanted to charge my new power bank :-)
Oh . . . did I say how quickly it charges a phone? it is one of the fastest charging power banks I have used.
As far as design, its very simplistic and minimal. It has the standard 4 LED power indicator on top (with the button to activate it), and on the main end you have your micro USB input (for charging the device ... which is a QUICK CHARGE INPUT for super fast charging!) Then you have your standard USB C for any new smartphone or new laptops (that allow USB C charging), then the holy grail .. the Quick Charge usb type A output to charge Quick Charge enabled devices.. (I have a Galaxy S7 and while it doesn't support QC 3.0, it does support QC 2.0 which still charges insanely fast), and finally the iSmart 2.4A type A plug for standard devices and " i " devices.
Tested with an iPhone 6 Plus and a Galaxy S7, both show charging on device and the S7 showing quick charging. (I will update the review with charge times once i've had it longer)
I've seen and handled with other brands of portable power banks before and even compared to the widely known "Mophie", I would easily outrank RavPower after using their product. Its high quality, they give you extras like a carrying case and extra cables, they added Quick Charge, and type C!!
So far this seems to be immensely worth the money.. I haven't seen a portable power bank of this quality for this price before. HIGHLY recommended product. Easily worth the price.
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