LifeCHARGE Jumbo Plus 20,000mAh Power Bank

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LifeCHARGE Jumbo Plus 20,000mAh Power Bank
Price: $29.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 3-5 business days. (Friday, Jun 02 to Wednesday, Jun 07) + transit
Condition: New


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for those like myself that are stuck on the Imperial system of measurement

6" long x 3.5" wide x .82" thick

Over $7 for shipping + taxes. There’s are other 20k MaH cragers on Prime for less.

Great for the price but quite deficient for something this powerful not having a speed charge port. I personally like this one better ( ), and it goes on sale for not much more (after free shipping calculated in).

IMO, you’d be better off just getting something with QC 2.0/3.0 or USB-C for charging vs requiring two input standard MicroUSB charging.

Is the warranty one year, or 90 days? From the listing:

We have you covered
We are committed to keeping all your mobile tech devices CHARGED, and we understand the frustration and disappointment you’ve experienced in the past. That’s why we offer a 100% reliability guarantee on all our products. For one year from the date of purchase, we warranty that your LifeCHARGE battery case or power pack will withstand all the everyday rigors you put it through.

Warranty: 90 Day LifeCHARGE

Why not just describe it as having ‘20 AMPS’?

And the weight is ~ 1 lb

So does anyone have an idea if this will QC out? I see you can’t QC the bank itself but looks like it has the output to be capable of a 3.6V QC if one device is plugged in…

Sorry about the confusion. we’ve updated the sale.

Another deal direct from LifeCHARGE for $19.99 + shipping (for me was $2.98 ship)

Cell Type: Lithium- Ion
Capacity: **22400 mAh **
UPC: 700867536666
Input: 5v DC, 1 Amp
Output 1: 5v DC, 1 Amp
Output 2: 5v DC, 2.1 Amp
Warranty: limited 1 Yr warranty
Dimensions: 166mm x 80mm x 22mm
Weight : 448g

[Mod edit: the offer linked here has fewer outputs and some other key differences from our offer.]

Thanks…, Nailspdx…!

So… Uh… “total output: 4.2a”, yet each port is 2.1…? So is it 4.2a continuous and each one 2.1 maximum? Or each is 2.1 continuous even if you’re using all 4?