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  # 1826305 21-Jul-2017 07:09
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stuzz: I was looking on Anker's official site and notice that if I use Youshop, I can purchase for $59.99 USD (after $10 welcome promo code)

Then going by dimensions & weight, it will cost $16 or $22 from Youshop.

Will this work? There seems quite a price difference using Amazon or the above Ebay link.


YouShop are very clear about batteries on their website. They will not ship them. 



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  # 1826325 21-Jul-2017 08:42
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From a friends experience with powerbanks, the difference between QC2.0 and QC3.0 is very minimal. not like going from a 5v charger to QC2.0. They always seem to quote the speed at the very low end of charge state, which they both get you out of pretty quickly.



I've read this elsewhere but my experience is a little different. My QC 2.0 chargers (Anker and Aukey) all charge at about 11-11.5W - that is only marginally higher than a standard 5v/2.4a charger, which in practice is about 10W. The QC 3.0 charger that came with my HTC 10 charges at over 16W and is noticeably faster.

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