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64 Reddit comments about Anker PowerCore 10000 PD, 10000mAh Portable Charger USB-C Power Delivery (18W) Power Bank for iPhone 11/11 Pro / 11 Pro Max / 8 / X/XS, Samsung S10, Pixel 3 / 3XL, iPad Pro 2018, and More:

u/compubrain3000 · 23 pointsr/OculusQuest

Just wanted to say that this mod is essential for any Quest owner. I found the headset to be unbearable no matter how much I adjusted the straps there was just too much pressure on my forehead and cheeks. Decided to give the counterweight mod a try and it is definitely a game changer. There is no more pressure on the face and I can wear the headset for hours now with no discomfort.

If you find the headset uncomfortable then you owe it to yourself to try this mod.

Edit: Here are the links to the velcro I used and the power bank.

u/dcdttu · 22 pointsr/iphone

Get a Type-C Power Delivery (PD) battery and a Type-C charging cable. It’ll charge your phone so fast your head will spin.

Anker PowerCore 10000 PD,...

That’s what I have.

u/JRidz · 20 pointsr/Ultralight

Just wrote this as a comment on another sub and thought it might be useful to someone here.

Rundown of my experience with the power banks I own:

Klarus CH1X

  • This is my short trip/minimalist charger, but can be expanded with swappable 18650 batteries. Some battery brands include USB ports integrated into the batteries for recharging as well.
  • With a 3.6k mAh battery, comes in at 2.9oz. I can add another battery to double the capacity to 7.2k mAh and 4.7oz, or a third battery for 10.6k and 6.5oz. At this point, it’s more about the flexibility than weight savings.

    Anker Powercore 10k

  • When I just want to toss in a bank for 3-4 days and have enough juice to run my iphone, AppleWatch and headlamp while taking photos, video and tracking my route with a GPS app.
  • The lightest integrated bank at this capacity that I’ve found, and regularly $25 on Amazon.
  • 10k mAh and 6.35oz

    Anker Powercore 10k PD

  • I recently went on a 2 week backpacking trip on the John Muir Trail, which included stopping into civilization for burgers and charge ups. The standard battery banks take the better part of a day to recharge, but these newer “PD” banks use USB-C connections and higher wattage charging adapters to cut that down to less than 4 hours. This worked wonderfully at Red’s Meadow while we ate and resupplied.
  • A tad heavier than the older powercore and at a premium of $45 (got mine on Amazon Day sale though), plus the price and weight of an 18W charger.
  • 10k mAh and 6.7oz.
  • I can also add the other Anker 10k for a total of 20k mAh and 13oz, if you’re rocking a YouTube level video production.

    Bonus item: Lixada “10W” Solar Panel

  • Im not a fan of the bulky and heavy name brand solar chargers, but I f you’re not sucking down huge amounts of power every day, a cheap and light supplemental solar panel like this is a great addition. I’ve tested this several times on open (minimal shade) trails, plugged into the Anker while I hike and it does a surprisingly good job of topping off the bank or getting extra mA before needing to recharge on longer trips.
  • Trim some of the extra plastic off to save another ounce of weight. Do the math by pairing it with a smaller bank and you can come in at the same weight or less than a higher capacity bank.
  • Real world output of 3W and 2.75oz trimmed.
  • I plan on trying this out with the Klarus to see if I can get a sub 6oz solution that can be indefinitely sustainable (given the proper conditions).
u/TrailJunky · 14 pointsr/Ultralight

Anker has finally come out with a 10000mah PD power bank and its only 6.8oz!

u/OhGooses · 4 pointsr/OculusQuest

After testing the tuna can and finding it to be IMMENSELY more comfortable, I continued to play with the tuna strapped on until my power bank arrived today. Now I have the real setup!

Here are the links to the products I used:

Anker PowerCore 10000 PD

I like the size of this powerbank and I think it'll be nice to have with my phone and Switch as well so it was worth it all around.

Kootek 118" Cable Management Sleeves

This is a fairly big roll for this small application, but I plan on using some of it for its intended purpose as well. The neoprene sleeve would also only work for a smallish powerbank like this one. I also considered something like this (would also work for larger powerbanks):

Reusable Cinch Straps 2" x 12" - 6 Pack

The powerbank came with a 3ft cable that would have worked fine, but I ordered some 1.5ft cables instead. I think it may have been unnecessary, though.

Besgoods 2-Pack 1.5ft Short Braided USB C to USB C 2.0 Cable

Overall, the counterweight is a HUGE improvement for me, and the added bonus of some extra battery life is nice as well!

u/joshuadwx · 4 pointsr/anker

Hi u/yajdem, I’d be glad to help you choose a portable charger for your iPhone X!

The best option is PowerCore 10000 PD. It supports Power Delivery. You just need a USB-C to Lightning cable.

I would not recommend a capacity much larger than 10000 mAh for just your phone.

Hope this helps! 🙂

u/new_moco · 4 pointsr/Ultralight

Looks like some hiking watches like the Suunto Baro 9 are ~$120 off

Also an Anker PowerCore if you need that:

u/mrgreen72 · 3 pointsr/oculus

It's the Anker PowerCore 10000 PD

It's the Oculus earbuds. The other one is hanging on the side.

u/Irelandsworst · 3 pointsr/OculusQuest
u/IamChadsReddit · 3 pointsr/OculusQuest

I was told this one works well

Anker PowerCore 10000 PD, 10000mAh Portable Charger USB-C Power Delivery (18W) Power Bank for iPhone 8/8+/X/XS/XR/XS Max, Samsung Galaxy S10, Pixel 3/3XL, iPad Pro 2018, and More

I have received mine and it seems pretty good, short wire, USB c charging, relatively small. I'm just waiting on some Velcro straps for mounting.

Mine was $35 so you may want to look around for cheaper

u/DesignForDummies · 3 pointsr/UsbCHardware

This isn't quite as small as you are looking for but it's a good size for what you get. Definitely pocket-able. I carry it with me in my briefcase everywhere I go.

u/LAZER-RAGER · 3 pointsr/GooglePixel

Anker actually does have PD charging, and I would trust a name like Anker more than ZMI:

10,000 mAh ($45.99)

20,100 mAh ($99.99)

26,800 mAh ($129.99)

u/SpaceMonkeyNation · 3 pointsr/OculusQuest

I ordered some Widmovr plano (non-prescription) lenses to protect the built in ones. These have been great and they come with snap on/off protectors as well.

I purchased the Anker PowerCore 10000 PD power bank and it has been good so far and doubles as a nice weight on the back of the headset where I strapped it with some velcro.

I also bought some Mamut grips that I much prefer over the stock controller straps.

Outside of that the only other things I've picked up are an Xbox One controller for sideloaded content and a case.

u/CheeZuShRicE · 3 pointsr/oculus

I think an RMA would be on the cards rather than the glue. Or theres always

EDIT that wasnt overly helpful first off nightmare on busting it sorry for your loss, if you go down the DAS route this might help: pop socket for battery on DAS. 1.5ins Dring (nice stuff, soft for loop around Dring) ( 2ins rather than 1 but worked well for main DAS mount, just cut it to rough shape stuck it on then went round on a cutting mat with a craft knife, feels super strong do not feel the need for wrapping more velro)



2x 90 Degree USB C Type C Male to Female Adapter, Right & Left 90 Degree USB-C 3.1 Type-C Male to Female Extension Adapter for Laptop & Tablet & Mobile Phone

AmazonBasics Double Braided Nylon USB Type-C to Type-C 2.0 Cable | 0.3 m, Dark Grey


More pics

Good luck hope it gets fixed up.

u/thhrash · 2 pointsr/OculusQuest

Seems this one is very popular so I ordered it. . It seems it has no problem keeping the internal battery on the Quest charged while playing. I am a big fan of Anker products due to the excellent support I have received from them in the past. Also got some short usb C to usb C cables to connect to it. Was not sure of the distance so ordered a pack. Hopefully they will work.

u/OfficerDudeGuy · 2 pointsr/OculusQuest

If you're considering a battery pack I opted for this:

It's already got a short usb c cable included, the weight is perfect for counter balancing, and it came with a mesh bag.


The bag I turned inside out and cut horizontal slits near the 4 corners. Then I turned the bag right side in and threaded a self adhering velcro strip through the slits in each corner. I used the velcro straps to hold the mesh bag centered over the hole at the back of the headset where the adjustable straps all meet. This makes it incredibly easy to take the battery out for charging/hot swapping and you don't have to remove anything to keep using the retail box. I ended up re-wrapping the velcro so that it holds the USB cable in place too.


I've only tested over the weekend, but I did play Blades and Sorcery streaming from my PC for nearly 6 straight hours on Sunday until every muscle in my upper body hurt. I never got uncomfortable (other than said muscle pain) and it only reported 50% drain on the battery pack.


Edit: Here's a pic from this morning to make it more clear how I have it setup:

u/SativaSammy · 2 pointsr/TheSilphRoad

Any idea how it compares to this one?

u/auto_exec · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitchDeals

I love the portability (size) of the Anker PowerCore 10000 PD, I just really wish it came with a wall-charger for that price or a little more. Don't want to add $20-$30 to have a dedicated charger for it (and it'd be a pain to keep disconnecting/reconnecting the switch dock power supply to charge it). Might go with the 20000 PD for price-to-performance ratio + wall charger - but it looks a little bulky comparatively.

u/Jwn5k · 2 pointsr/OculusQuest

I just bought the 17mm head pad from VRcover and it works great, along with velcro-ing my Anker 10000 PD. I found that this combo almost entirely alleviates the weight issue for me and others using my Quest.

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/GalaxyS9

Something like this which recharges with usb c and outputs usb c. Outputing usb c will future proof yourself for your next phone and compatible usb c devices like a Nintendo switch.

Being able to recharge the bank using the same usb c port will charge up your bank in a fraction of the time.

You could also get a regular usb A bank for half the cost but would be limited to low power devices. You didn't say what your budget was.

Personally i bought a 20,000 mah 30w power delivery bank that could charge every single device i own. My laptop, phone and switch all compatible with one battery. Just one battery to charge them all

u/kcasante · 2 pointsr/OculusQuest

This is the one I use on my Quest Anker PowerCore 10000 PD, 10000mAh

Heavy enough to counterbalance perfectly but not too heavy thats it’s uncomfortable. I paired that with a very short usb-c to a cable and a usbc L Adapter so the cable doesn’t have to bend. Perfect setup for me and I get about 7 hours of straight beat saber if I’m in a crazy mood. 😏

u/PriceKnight · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitchDeals

Price History

u/ShadowKingpin · 2 pointsr/OculusQuest

I would be more than happy to! Link:

It’s fantastic. It charges really fast when using the PD port and is done through USB-C. It charges the headset faster than the headset can drain the battery.

u/Slyfer77 · 2 pointsr/OculusQuest

Do you want to have it connected when you are not playing or have it in your pocket while you are playing on the Quest to extend play time?


Because this thing is HUGE.


This power bank was included in the TPCast Wireless Adapter Set I used some time for my Oculus Rift and I can tell you - the 320g it weighs is quite a lot for having it hanging on you (I had it in a pouch fixed to a belt).

And it's not only the weight alone but the form factor as well.

It's quite long so you can't put it in your pant's pocket. You have to have a belt or a fanny pack.


So consider something lighter and more pocket-friendly.

Obviously the power bank being smaller means it has a lower rating, but 10.000 mAh will be plenty.

20.000 mAh really is not needed (unless you plan for 10 hour game sessions ;)


Many have bought this one and I ordered it as well recently:


Compact, has a USB-C port that is used for out AND in and has a nice add-on: it supports power delivery so you can fast charge other devices that support this AND the power bank can be recharged in only 3.5 hours instead of 9h when using a power adapter that also supports PD


(Unfortunately PD is not compatible with Qualcoms QuickCharge so you'll most likely have to invest in another power adapter as well)


Actually I saw the power bank in a video of "RaMarcus".

Check it out if you want to get a feeling for the size.

He recommends some magnetic USB cables as well, however I'll check for other options first.

u/Rygads · 2 pointsr/OculusQuest

I have heard that this: Anker PowerCore 10000 PD, 10000mAh Portable Charger USB-C Power Delivery (18W) Power Bank for iPhone 8/8+/X/XS/XR/XS Max, Samsung Galaxy S10, Pixel 3/3XL, iPad Pro 2018, and More

Is supposed to give you about 5 solid hours of use on top of the two the quest gets. Mine comes in today so I can't say for sure, but I'll keep you posted.

u/DTechNation · 2 pointsr/OculusQuest

So I love the PD. So compact, VERY little vampire draw, and works fine with the Quest. Being able to charge the pack via USB-C is awesome.

Anker PowerCore 10000 PD:

Straps (I used the 8” straps for the battery):

My straps came with an extra 2 small Velcro straps that I used on the sides.

u/KingOfTheDragonMen · 2 pointsr/OculusQuest

Magnetic USB C Adapter,Type C Connector, USB 3.1 10 Gb/s PD,100W Quick Charge - 4 K @ 60 Hz High Resolution - Supports High Speed, Compatible with MacBook Pro/Pixelbook/Matebook/Dell XPS (Silver)

Options for 90deg usbC to usbA 1ft fast charge cable:

Power bank

u/aholeinthewor1d · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

I recently purchased a Caliburn and wanted to get a portable power bank in case I need to recharge it while I am away from home. Firgued I'd get one that could fast charge my cellphone so I went with the Anker 10000PD power bank. Do you think I will have an issue charging the caliburn? I know most devices "should" only draw what they need but I heard the batteries and battery tech in vape stuff is pretty sketchy so now I am worried about using the power bank.


Here is the one I just ordered

u/diomark · 2 pointsr/OculusQuest

You don't need a power bank, but if you want one, you should get this one instead - Check this out at - Anker PowerCore 10000 PD,...

u/imacmill · 2 pointsr/OculusQuest

Here's my experience with power banks, FWIW. I bought the following two:

If I connected either of these batteries to the Quest via their USB A ports (rated at 5V/2.4A), neither one would keep the Quest charged during gameplay. I played a SteamVR game via Virtual Desktop, and the Quest battery discharged from 100% down to something like 30% after a little over an hour.

After fully recharging the Quest, I then plugged the first battery into the Quest via its Type C PD port (Power Delivery, rated at 5V, 3A) and this worked great: I played the same SteamVR game for about 3 hours and the Quest was still at 100% charge when I was done.

I actually returned the second (Anker) battery without testing its PD port, since the other battery worked great and it's half the price.

u/KydDynoMyte · 2 pointsr/OculusQuest

I'm confident I can easily get over 7 hours of play time with the 10000 PD and the Quest battery combined.

I have this one. I like this one because the usbc to usbc PD port was able to charge the Quest from 5% to 85% while playing using the included Anker usbc to usbc cable.

There is a newer "10000 PD Redux" version that works with Anker PD chargers better I believe. But I couldn't pass up the $25 Prime Day deal for the non-Redux version.

u/wordyplayer · 1 pointr/OculusQuest

this one works well for me


AND it is small enough to fit in the official quest case.

u/ffxsam · 1 pointr/OculusQuest

Yep, I just ordered the Anker PowerCore 10000 that supports USB-C.

u/Makaijin · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

I have an Anker 10000 mAh USB-C PD. The Anker is small for it's capacity (11.4 x 5.2 x 2.5 cm) so it's easy to carry, I keep it in my inside coat pocket. It's great for when you need to go out for a full day without access to a charger.

u/iamogopogo · 1 pointr/OculusQuest

I'm using an Anker PowerCore 10000 PD, connected to the 3A Power Delivery usb-c port, and it keeps the Quest fully charged throughout. But with a 2.4A port, it drains faster than the battery pack. As well, I find the best method is to charge the Quest to 95-100% first, then connect the battery pack. If less than 95%, it seems to drain the Quest faster than the battery pack. At least with my Quest.

u/parney2000 · 1 pointr/OculusQuest

10000mAh Anker, use heavy duty velcro (loop strip on battery, hook strip in headstrap), i also recommend netdot magnetic charging cable for ease of use and eliminating strain on headset connection. If you would rather have a "oculus link ready" cable go for the 5m one (no one does magnetic ones yet unfortinately) ho gor Paxo

... job done 👍

VELCRO® Brand Industrial Strength Velcro Heavy-Duty Stick On Self Adhesive Velcro Tape 5CM Wide, 1 Metre Long

Anker PowerCore 10000 PD, 10000mAh Portable Charger USB-C Power Delivery (18W) Power Bank for New Airpods, iPhone 8/8+/X/XS/XR/XS Max, Pixel 3/3XL, iP

NetDot 12th Generation USB-C Magnetic Cable,Fast Charging and Data Transfer for Type-C Smartphones Sumsung S10/9/8/Note9,LG,Sony Xperia,Google Pixel and more(2m/1 pack black)

5m Nylon USB 3.0 Typ C cable, black High Speed USB data & charger cable braided coat

..well that escalated quickly, he only asked for a battery 😂

u/zodiacs · 1 pointr/onebag

I think this one (Anker 10k) is the best IMO, it's only 10k - but that is plenty for on the go.

u/vrcggamer · 1 pointr/OculusQuest

I guess you have to use the 18w usb C connection on the anker battery to get the correct charge 5v=3A Output. I think the 10w usb A port is only 5v=2A output?

u/Cathalarawn · 1 pointr/Ultralight

I believe the smallest Anker USB-C PD is this 10,000 mAh one:

Also, I can’t speak directly to their smaller power banks, but I have a couple RavPower USB-C PD chargers and their 26,000 mAh battery pack - all of them have performed extremely well. I also vaguely remember seeing a tech site investigating different USB-C chargers and power banks, to see if they met the USB official specs, and RavPower and Anker were some of the highest rated (sorry, I don’t have a link handy).

If I didn’t already have plenty of powerbanks, I wouldn’t hesitate to get the RavPower one.

u/PornCartel · 1 pointr/OculusQuest

Seriously, just strap a 10k mAh battery pack to the back to balance the headset, it dramatically improved the comfort and I've tested it with a couple dozen people. I don't know why this is still being discussed.

u/Chattvst · 1 pointr/lgv30

Any of the options you have listed here will work fine. USB c to USB C will give you the quickest charge from my experience.

Ankers is the brand I've used most and I've only had great experience with them.

Try this one.

They make bigger but they tend to be a little more expensive. Granted I've always found with items like these you get what you pay for.


u/alamriaz · 1 pointr/OculusQuest
u/SmoothOpX · 1 pointr/OculusQuest

This battery is the ticket: Anker PowerCore 10000 PD, 10000mAh Portable Charger USB-C Power Delivery

It's smaller than the pictures make it look. *That's what she said.

u/MikeFromBraavos · 1 pointr/OculusQuest

Does anyone know what the power demands are for powering the Quest while playing? The 2.4a USB B port (w/ an adapter) MIGHT not be sufficient.

You might be better off with this model:

u/queuebitt · 1 pointr/anker

It should work. But there is a known issue with the PowerCore 10000 PD. If you look at its Amazon listing, at the bottom of Product Description there is a note. "Not compatible with Anker PowerPort PD 1, Anker PowerPort PD 2, or Anker PowerPort Atom PD 1."

Anker since confirmed that there was a problem with the PD programming that prevent it with working with those Anker chargers. Sounds like your setup is having the same issue. Anker has corrected the issue on their production line. But they are still selling the old, bad stock on Amazon US. It seems to be hit or miss whether you get a good one or not. I bought one in mid March and it works with one of the "incompatible" chargers fine. Plenty of others have reported similar issues as you with Anker chargers.

You have two options:

Return the power bank and either get a different model/brand or wait a while for the bad stock to get sold off.

Buy a different USB-C wall charger to charge the power bank. Your best bet is any Anker charger not on their incompatible list.

u/Allhound · 1 pointr/OculusQuest

nimm eine power bank mit "power delivery" also usb-c. normaler usb anschluss geht zwar ist aber zu langsam. mit power delivery verbrauchst du während der nutzung nur direkt die power bank und nicht die brille.

hol dir die von Anker. wurde von diversen leuten auf youtube empfohlenPower Bank
mit der power bank bekommst du ca. 4,5 stunden zusätzliche spielzeit

u/qruxtapose · 1 pointr/OculusQuest

It’s this one,LTD-_-Cell+Phone+-+Power+Banks-_-9SIA1DS4PK0321

But it’s grey. I don’t know if you can get them at a good price anymore. Don’t buy it at the $40 price point. You might as well with this one at that price

I’d look for a cheaper one though. Just make sure it’s a good size (physically and capacity wise) and make sure it has the right power output and you should be good

u/crimsonsky5 · 1 pointr/OculusQuest

Should be little smaller and easier to strap to back. Not sure it will have enough weight to counterbalance but should help.

u/nobeconobe · 1 pointr/oneplus

As mentioned, it's USB Power Delivery. It's a standard that many laptops use these days, Chrebooks, iPad pros, and many phones.

USB PD can do voltages of 5, 9, 12, and 20V, and current upto 5A for a Max 100W.

The OP7 series supports upto 15W at 5V x 3A, so almost any PD bank will do. Some banks can do upto 27W or higher, meaning you could potentially charge a laptop with it.

All in all, USB PD still charges the phone quickly (not as fast as warp, but still fast), and will work with many devices.

As with all banks, there are cheap ones for $15 and expensive ones for $100. Price depends on size, quality, speed, and reputation.

Here's a pricey Anker 18W one:

But just make sure it says PD.

u/SprainedNeckSpeed · 1 pointr/OculusQuest

I use the GearVR side Strap + DAS + Battery counter weight. The DAS alone is good but much better with the strap. I used the strap with the original head gear and i find DAS more comfy. I Also have the back VR Cover cushion for the DAS. The counter weight makes it perfect. I printed out clips made sepecifically for the DAS and Anker 10k PD battery.

u/Gawlf85 · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

The regular Switch's battery life is 3-5 hours depending on the game and settings, which is about the same as a 3DS. It's not bad, but you'll probably run out of juice at some point on long trips, and you'll want to charge it overnight almost every night.

The new Switch model almost doubles this, up to 5-9 hours, apparently. I can't remember the last time I played more than 8 hours in a day, so it should stay alive for virtually all gaming sessions you could need as long as you can charge it every other day.

If you plan on playing mostly handheld, it might be worth the wait. But if you're really getting a good discount, you can always simply invest part of that money on a good powerbank to keep your console juiced up anyway, like we old-Switch owners do :P

EDIT: This one here, for instance, should give you 2 extra full charges, meaning you'd extend your battery life to 9-15 hours total, for $40. If you save more than that from the old Switch sale, it might be worth it.

u/sparksdls · 1 pointr/iPadPro

I've tried that with this hub & battery pack -

And it works with my 2018 12.9" iPP. I've only used it with HDMI and SD cards (photo import) as I'm not running iPadOS but I believe it should be fully functional under iPadOS. Not as convenient as an integrated unit but my guess is they would charge an arm and a leg for such a device.

u/DisasterRuss · 1 pointr/OculusQuest

Drop dead just got an update and has multi-player if you are into that. Sairento is single player but is a pretty solid experience from what I have heard. I do have Drop Dead and it is pretty fun but haven't tried it since the patch. As for the neck problems I would try attaching a counter weight to the strap at the back of your head, that certainly helped for me. I have one of these (anker powercore 10000 pd, 10000mah portable charger usb-c power delivery (18w) power bank for iphone 8/8+/x/xs/xr/xs max, samsung galaxy s10, pixel 3/3xl, ipad pro 2018, and more on the back of mine and it has the added benefit of increasing the runtime of the Quest quite a bit. I definitely recommend it but for now maybe you can just find something of similar size and weight from around the house as a placeholder.

u/Leggo213 · 1 pointr/anker

It’s also on amazon

Anker also offers a new slim version that provides 18 watts as well of usb-c PD but only through one port at a time.

u/Mint-Vanilla · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

The power bank that you linked is perfectly fine. It simply does not have USB-C or Power Delivery (PD), which charges PD-compatible devices like Nintendo Switch more quickly. If you only charge your Switch while you're not playing it for a few hours, then it doesn't matter anyway. If you intend to charge your Switch while you're actually playing it, then this USB-A power bank will at least slow down your Switch's battery drain, and that may be good enough for your needs. If you want the capacity and don't have $90 to splurge on the PD version, then there's nothing wrong with getting this. (But don't forget to buy a USB-C to USB-A cable!)

If you really want PD, I personally use the Anker PowerCore 10000 PD. It is half the capacity, but also half the weight of the 20100 version, and I don't need the extra capacity. It can still charge my Switch to 100% if I need to, and it can also charge my PD-compatible phone (which is arguably more important to charge quickly if necessary). It costs $50 like the one you linked, so you're basically trading capacity for PD.

u/omarshahine · 1 pointr/UsbCHardware

Anker PowerCore 10000 PD, 10000mAh Portable Charger USB-C Power Delivery (18W) Power Bank for iPhone 8/8+/X/XS/XR/XS Max, Samsung Galaxy S10, Pixel 3/3XL, iPad Pro 2018, and More

u/emuemuclassicclassic · 1 pointr/PlaystationClassic

Thanks! I'm very happy with the battery, here's a link: Anker PowerCore 10000 PD, 10000mAh Portable Charger USB-C Power Delivery (18W) Power Bank for iPhone 8/8+/X/XS/XR/XS Max, Samsung Galaxy S10, Pixel 3/3XL, iPad Pro 2018, and More

u/lifson · 1 pointr/OculusQuest
u/Corm · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

Hey, 4 days later and I don't know if you're still looking, but I was browsing all the terrible prime day deals and found this anker on sale and remembered our conversation here and thought you might want to pick it up.

I probably sound like a paid shill at this point but oh well

u/guruguys · 1 pointr/OculusQuest

I have the Anker 10,000 PD and designed a mount for it.


The Quest doesn't use PD, but the battery pack itself will recharge faster with a PD charger. I like it because I can run Quest essentially forever with just one battery because by the time the Quest gets low the battery pack is ready to go again and charges the Quest back to 100% while playing. Get the Quest to 100%, recharge the battery pack well before Quest drains, and go on forever this way.