Reddit Reddit reviews [Upgraded with PowerIQ] Anker PowerCore Speed 10000 QC, Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 Portable Charger, 10000mAh Power Bank for Samsung, iPhone, iPad and More

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[Upgraded with PowerIQ] Anker PowerCore Speed 10000 QC, Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 Portable Charger, 10000mAh Power Bank for Samsung, iPhone, iPad and More
The Anker Advantage: Join the 50 million+ powered by America's leading USB charging brand.Charge Faster: Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 (24W) with Anker's proprietary PowerIQ and VoltageBoost technology deliver the fastest possible charge to almost any USB device.Tiny but Mighty: Squeezes more than 3 iPhone 7 charges or 2 Samsung S6 charges into a slimline package that slips easily into your pocket.Advanced Safety: Anker's MultiProtect safety system and high-quality LG battery cells ensure complete protection for you and your devices.What You Get: PowerCore Speed 10000 QC, travel pouch, Micro-USB cable, welcome guide, our worry-free 18-month warranty and friendly customer service.
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57 Reddit comments about [Upgraded with PowerIQ] Anker PowerCore Speed 10000 QC, Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 Portable Charger, 10000mAh Power Bank for Samsung, iPhone, iPad and More:

u/demfiils · 12 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

This Anker battery pack is what I'm looking at. It has quick charge 3.0 too, so it is more than sufficient to power the Switch for at least another 2 gaming sessions! :D

EDIT -- the Switch is not quick charge compatible

u/dragon_rckr · 11 pointsr/lgv20

Android takes a little getting used to but you'll see that you can do sooo much more out of the box.
Get familiar with the 2nd screen as it's a big help. It takes a bit of time to get used to it... I sometime forget it's there and still unlock to skip songs and whatnot. You can set different apps for shortcut, a set of setting, music controls, etc. If you're sticking with LG's home screen then go settings>home screen>select home screen and choose Home & app drawer to have the way Android was meant to be used XD. The factory style gives more of an iOS feel with all apps on the home screen which to me is a lot of clutter. I have Nova paid (aka prime) and haven't switched to it yet...
Headphones... get a good pair to take advantage of the HiFi DAC. Good pair doesn't mean high impedance or pricey. I use Meze 12 Classics and they sound so freaking good with this phone! They're also sexy af imo lol They'll set you back $59 which to me is a good price point for everyday use IMEs. Another that is being recommended a lot are the 1More Triple Driver IMEs. These set you back $89. The HiFi DAC only works with wired case you didn't know.
Another thing to consider is either getting LG's battery pack and cradle combo or a battery pack. I have Anker's 10000mah QC 3 battery pack and it gives me around 3 charges on my V20. Prefer this to be taking off the case, cover, swapping batteries and putting everything back together -___-
That brings us to cases... get one ASAP if you haven't already. There's a lot of choices out there. I have the Spigen Tough Armor with kickstand and it's been great. Sleek and the kickstand is pretty functional with my only gripe with it being plastic....Spigen, Rinke and Urban Armour are three of the most recommended cases. Check reviews and pick the one that best suites your needs. Haven't gotten a screen protector as of yet... there hasn't been one that covers the whole screen or wraps around the edges with the V20 having a slight curved screen.

Another thing I always do is settings>fingerprint and security>unknown sources to On. This will let you install apps out of the play store.

Also, Reddit is a great community to get good and quick answers.

FYI - Links provided above for the things I recommended on Amazon.

u/laserob · 10 pointsr/Vive

I bought this one which works well and even fits snug into the HTC clip.

u/Batata-Face · 9 pointsr/Vive
u/[deleted] · 8 pointsr/GalaxyNote8

I second this! Had some time to put it under heavy use while away from a power adapter for a full day, but last week that I was traveling and I needed it for the whole day, it seemed that battery was depleting much faster than before.

Anyway... I love this Power Bank which has quick charging. Had saved my day many times.

u/Blackmagician · 8 pointsr/lgv20
Has saved me so many times, can't really think about going without it now. Keep it in my bag or jacket pocket.

u/RingoFreakingStarr · 7 pointsr/Vive

This smaller Anker one lasts me just as long as the one HTC shipped with the adapter; around 2.5 hours of continuous use.

This larger Anker one lasts me well over 4 hours. I haven't actually had it die on me yet; my longest playsession since getting the adapter has been around 4 and a half hours. It is decently bulky but it does fit into the included battery clip that the adapter comes with. It's just too large length wise so it will stick out the top of the clip. I wouldn't worry about it falling out of the clip though since it is a snug fit.

Also, this wall charger with QC 3.0 ports works with powering the wireless adapter. I've used it for when I'm doing sim stuff in the corner of my room. Having to plug in the wired Vive Pro cables for sim use is a real hassle so I just keep the wireless adapter on and plug the adapter into the wall charger. Works flawlessly.

u/Epsilon748 · 6 pointsr/Vive

Basically any QC 3.0 pack is supposed to work, did you get one that has a green qc3.0 port?

This one works fine for me and I already had it on hand. (for some reason the port that supplies QC on this one is the orange one).

This smaller Anker one is supposedly a drop in replacement for the stock one.The QC port here is blue so I have no idea what the color standard really is now.

u/keno888 · 5 pointsr/Vive

I'd recommend getting a few of these:

Twice the duration and fits comfortably in the clip.

Half the price of the HTC batteries.

u/Rapture-X · 4 pointsr/nexus5x

I was on the market for a USB-C portable charger as well, but I settled for a non USB-C charger.

This is the one I have.

I do have to carry around a USB A-C cable, but it hasn't been too big of a deal. And this charger does fast charge my 5X, which was the main thing I was looking for in a portable charger. I've been able to get somewhere between 2-3 full charges of my 5X before needing to recharge the charger.

u/Rawbex · 4 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

So basically - replace this portable charger that I've been using religiously?

u/huh009 · 3 pointsr/Vive

Update! Both works! =D So 18W seems to be fine!

Edit: Though the fit on this is loose in the battery holder.

But the non-QC3.0 Input one (this) fits snugly.

Waiting on the third one to arrive now.

u/iLL_S_D · 3 pointsr/Vive

Yep, that is the answer. I just picked up a 10,000 Ancker that works nicely. Also, I made sure it was same physical size as the HTC one so I can just mount them on the HMD instead of using the hip belt holder.

u/Rogue__Jedi · 3 pointsr/Survival

Anker Portable batteries. I can get 2 charges on my Note 4. It also supports Quick Charge.

Edit: formatting error

u/Peteostro · 3 pointsr/Vive

Hopefully. We do not know if HTC made some weird proprietary connection to the battery.

It uses a 10,050mAh QuickCharge 3.0 battery

" One interesting side note: to power the wireless experience, the website claims you should only ever use the HTC QC 3.0 Power Bank, a 10,050mAh battery with Quick Charging capabilities. At $80, this is nearly double the price of a similar Anker power bank however, and the company hasn’t specified exactly why it’s so important that users shell out the extra money. "

u/bthejam · 3 pointsr/Ultralight

Can someone tell me the difference between these 3 10,000mAh Anker external batteries? One

I don't know the difference between Quick Charge 3.0;PowerIQ, PowerIQ, and PowerIQ II.

This is the wall charger I have. Which one of those external batteries will work best with my wall charger??

u/Imaflyingpapaya · 2 pointsr/Vive

I picked up and it fits in the provided HTC belt thing.

u/Mananercal · 2 pointsr/bapcsalescanada

No idea about Jackery as I haven't heard of it before, but I use both Anker and Aukey batteries and they have been pretty fantastic. Anker seems higher in quality but I haven't had a problem with either of my Aukey batteries and they cost less. I mainly buy Anker cables, they're pretty good and go 'on sale' quite often.

My favourite battery so far is this onethough, it's nice and small and quick charge is pretty necessary during use with my S7 and it's 3000mAH battery.

u/JeffOTF · 2 pointsr/GearVR

I have been using an Anker PowerCore Speed 10000 QC with just a generic micro USB cable and it charges while using the 2015 Gear VR. The charge is slow, but it is still a net positive charge.

u/atomxv · 2 pointsr/GalaxyS8

I have that one too but unless you need to power several devices or charge your phone for a week, it's overkill. get a much smaller/lighter 10,000 mah powercore speed models. I also have this one and it's great.

u/tomgabriele · 2 pointsr/Smartphones

> Maybe a different technology than Qualcomm's, but I definitely get a quick charging notifixation when charging my phone

Actually, I think it does and that's my mistake. I had a ZF2 Laser, which didn't have QC, but it looks like Asus did license QC for the normal ZF2.

So you'll get faster charging with an actual Quickcharge-compatible battery like this one.

u/ultralord527 · 2 pointsr/GalaxyS8

I have had this anker since my Gs6E. Supports up to quick charge 3.0 and is also backwards compatible to 2.0. I love it, charges my phone about 2.5 times. Also, my Gs6E was the Exynos variant. Hope this helps!

u/GoBanana42 · 2 pointsr/OkCupid

Well if it makes you feel better I carry this bad boy around with me

Hashtag setlife, hashtag citylife

u/Baronheisenberg · 2 pointsr/Vive
u/RichRobotCowboy · 2 pointsr/Android

I've got [this one] ( and it's awesome. It also comes with a 3' cable and neat little carrying pouch.

Supports QC and is very portable for a good price.

u/goatmeel · 2 pointsr/vive_vr

I got this Anker 10000 battery ($36) which fits perfectly into the battery holder and has much better battery life:

u/Ryan_C0x · 2 pointsr/OculusQuest

So, today it's supposed to come in (probably later today) so I think that what my list should look like

( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) My list:

  • Deluxe audio strap
  • Anker power bank (like this one Battery 10000mah )
  • Charger from USB A to USB C (fast charging)
  • Velcro straps
  • 100 $


    And there. So the deluxe audio strap is that good then. I mean I could afford it even after I bought the oculus quest but I want to get back my 550$(CAD because most of you are American I think) before I buy something big like that again. So once I buy it (if I buy it) I will tell you guys because bbqturtle asked so I should because it's the nice thing to do:).


    Also thank you, everyone, especially bbqturtle

u/funbob · 2 pointsr/GalaxyNote8

Anker PowerCore QC version if you want quick charging capability.

Or the non QC version if you don't care about quick charging and want to save a few bucks.

u/ExtraTerra1 · 2 pointsr/MotoX

I use this one and it works like a charm. I had the aukey 20000 QC 2.0 and it didn't work at all with the moto x pure but it worked just fine with every other phone.

u/Personal_Sloth · 1 pointr/Vive

So I think it has to be a quick charge battery, Qualcomm's QC tech:

That battery I know works with the standard vive (not sure on the pro) as it's what I use.

u/mikee8989 · 1 pointr/MotoG

if it helps I have this one and i get turbopower connected status on my moto G5s plus with this power bank

u/HardwareHero · 1 pointr/PickAnAndroidForMe

I can't think of anything that's perfectly ideal for you, but here are some suggestions.

1) waterproof, durable phone + mobile battery bank. The LG G6 looks good for this option: it's waterproof (IP68: waterproof up to 1.5m for 30 minutes), and built to be more durable than the average phone (they founded the screen's corners so that it puts less pressure on one specific point). It's got great cameras, and has a compact body despite having a large (5.7", but more like 5.5" of usable space because of its weird aspect ratio) screen. Battery life is just above average though. Just yesterday I ordered this battery pack which I've heard good things about. It's got quick charge to charge the phone quick, and can top up the phone fully at least twice. Anker is a good brand so that's why I got that specific one, but anything that's Qualcomm Quickcharge compatible would be fine (bonus points if you can find a waterproof one).

2) phone with good battery life + rugged case. The Galaxy S7 Edge could be suitable here. It's got some really good battery life, great cameras and it's waterproof, but the curved screen makes it pretty fragile. A rugged case would certainly be needed. The phone + rugged case would be pretty thick though, and would feel like a phablet in your hands and pocket. The bezels on the S7e aren't too big, but the 5.5" screen is kinda wide, and once you add the thickness of a case...well you get the idea. You could go for other phones too, just so long as they have good cases.

Those are the best options I can think of for you. Maybe somebody will have better phone suggestions, but those 2 scenarios (durable phone + battery / good battery life + case) are what it's going to boil down to. Verizon does sell a Moto Z Force, but for that you'd need the battery mod and even then it wouldn't be waterproof and it would almost certainly be way over budget.

u/MrEnigma18 · 1 pointr/pokemongoLondon

As munna1736 said, I know you said not from Amazon but I have this one made by Anker:

I've had to use their warranty (went directly to Anker) once and it was excellent. You can get the non QuickCharge 3.0 one for £20 on Amazon instead.

I had a quick scan from Maplin and it doesn't seem like you get much bang for your buck.

u/FlippinFlags · 1 pointr/onebag

I have this one and can charge my Macbook .. has low W output so it's slow but it does work if needed.

u/RiffyDivine2 · 1 pointr/virtualreality

Amazon, anything QC3.0 seems to work fine with it.


That is one of them I got.

u/JeffCraig · 1 pointr/Vive

I have some older Anker power banks and they actually fit pretty well in the Vive clip thing.

The ones I have are not Quick Charge 3.0 though, but I found some similar ones that are:

I order a couple and I'm going to test them out.

u/thegreatgoatse · 1 pointr/Vive

That one might, This one is an exact match as far as I can tell.

u/RezFlo · 1 pointr/GalaxyS9

The power bank I've been using for a while is the Anker PowerCore Speed 1000. For my use it has a great size to capacity ratio and it sits in my backpack for when I need it. I haven't had to use it since I got my S9 though.

u/W00lph · 1 pointr/HTC_Vive

If its only one blinking green light means you are out of juice and need to charge the battery. If you need a new battery, this one works:

u/breakwhore · 1 pointr/Vive

I've had similar problems. I ended up replacing the power banks and cables. For anyone else looking - the power banks have to be QC3 aka Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 (or presumably above).


I found the power bank connection had broken the port the charging cable goes in just from a bit of general usage!


Been using the following with good results:

​ - Spiral Coil USB Cable USB 3.0 Male to Female Extension Cord 1.5 m/3.3 Feet - I bought thinking it might mean the cable drags around the female part of the extension when moving around instead of drag being created on the power bank itself - wall charger - for charging and also as an experimental pass through for a mains connection, though not sure how much that's safe as such as there's no auto-off! 20000 mAh power bank (don't fit in the clip) 25000mAh power bank - (seem to be unavailable atm unfortunately) - 20000mAh power bank - these fit in the clip that comes with the kit but poke a lot out as they're much longer and higher capacity - 10000 mAh power bank - these fit perfectly in the clips

u/Microtic · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

But my battery bank is both qualcom quickcharge and anker IQ...

What do?

u/Demetrius3D · 1 pointr/EDC

> The Anker PowerCore+ 10050

My kid has the Anker PowerCore Speed 10000 QC and seems happy with it.

u/mrgreen72 · 1 pointr/OculusQuest

Damnit! Ordered this one yesterday based on Mike's recommendation (VR Oasis) and it's 2.4A. Am I SOL?


Edit: Would this one be better?

u/GreenFIREtoasT · 1 pointr/Vive

would this battery work with the Vive Wireless Upgrade?

u/SvennEthir · 1 pointr/Vive

>I bought a 10000 Anker pack.
> Fits in the holder and works great.

How's that compare to the base battery? I'm not up on battery stuff. Does it have a larger capacity?

> I'm on a 4770k slightly overclocked with just regular ram and a 1070. OG Vive, can't tell a difference from wired. Oh, except now we don't get tangled and can wander much farther out. The wire length restricted us.

I'm more worried about the Ryzen "blue screen" issue or whatever. Performance I expect to be decent. I have a nice setup.

> These things are weird. I've seen users with better specs get worse performance and all kinds of problems. I plugged mine in and did everything in the instructions. Only difference is I mounted my transmitter high. It works flawlessly.

Oh yeah, mounting the wire... My play space is across the room and the clip doesn't attach to my monitor well. I'm thinking about getting a small shelf or something to just put up close to the ceiling from the opposite corner of the room from the play space and hoping that works okay. For now it's just strapped to the monitor aimed towards that area.

u/cavey00 · 1 pointr/Vive
  1. I'm using my old Nvidia Shield brick to charge mine. Takes a while, but I bought a second battery and don't play much till the weekend so eh.

  2. I bought a 10000 Anker pack. Fits in the holder and works great.

  3. Yep. Just hide the box somewhere out of the way now.

  4. I'm on a 4770k slightly overclocked with just regular ram and a 1070. OG Vive, can't tell a difference from wired. Oh, except now we don't get tangled and can wander much farther out. The wire length restricted us.

  5. These things are weird. I've seen users with better specs get worse performance and all kinds of problems. I plugged mine in and did everything in the instructions. Only difference is I mounted my transmitter high. It works flawlessly.

u/bogus83 · 1 pointr/AppalachianTrail

I was looking at this one (, pretty much the same as the one you linked but it does QC3.0 output. Unfortunately it doesn't do quick-charge input, and the reviews say it takes the same 5.5 hours to charge as the 20,000mAh battery I currently have ( with QC3 input and output.

I'm not sure if the 7oz weight savings is worth it for half of the battery capacity at the same charge time. I think I'll take the big one to start, and if I only end up using half of the capacity between towns I'll swap it out for the smaller one. I wish I could use my phone in airplane mode for a week to see how long the battery lasts... unfortunately I'm always on-call for work.

u/pasta4u · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

the one he posted is gigantic. I rather just get two smaller batteries which is what I did. I too go to Disney and would never carry something like he posted in the theme park all day. That thing is way over kill

I got this guy here its quick charge 3.0 10k mAh

its a little bigger than a deck of cards and should charge a switch twice . the newer edition also has a safeguard for monitoring device battery temps and reducing charging speed if it gets too hot.
I also have an older 20k battery but will most likely replace it.

The great thing about 2 smaller batteries is you can charge them both at the same time reducing total charging time and for smaller trips you can simply take the little one and longer trips take the big one. At Disney we can take them both with us if we want and they will both be done charging over night

u/RojasTKD · 1 pointr/Vive

HTC sells that same battery pack on their phone site here:

But it's $80!


Here are some very similar looking battery packs Anker & Aukey that MIGHT fit in the battery belt clip (hopefully), that cost about half as much.




I have a few battery pack 2x and 3x the capacity of what the HTC Wireless brings, but something that will fit the HTC battery belt clip would be nice.



u/jortslife · 1 pointr/Ultralight

I just saw your second link too. I was originally planning on getting this guy

Seems like the one you selected will charge quicker, but charge other devices at the same speed?

u/-TheDoctor · 1 pointr/samsung

Oh, you're right.


Not USB-C, but same capacity, and QC3.0. That's also just its normal price, not a sale price like the Samsung. The Samsung is a great deal, but this is what I'd recommend if you miss the sale or something.

EDIT: and here's the 20k version for ~$15 more:

u/Thedustin · 1 pointr/CampingandHiking

I'd suggest you get a power bank instead.

This is a pretty popular one that is used by Thru hikers.

u/HonestAbe1077 · 1 pointr/Vive

I use this: Anker PowerCore Speed 10000mAh,...

Fits nicely into the belt clip, charges fairly quickly and lasts twice as long as the vive battery. Definitely recommend it

On a side note, I was having trouble with my headset having grey flashes which is why I purchased a new battery in the first place (figured the usb port on the battery was too loose). It turned out I needed to replace the usb that connected the battery to the receiver as well. Was super annoying but glad it was an easy fix.

u/samvegg · -1 pointsr/Ultralight

You probably don't need a liner bag if you have a cover

with a pack that big you shouldn't need any compression sacks

I'd would imagine you only need one bear spray can for the 2 of you

You could definitely save weight with the water filter system just using a sawyer mini/ smart bottle type set-up.

you have a lighter listed in 2 sections

If you get your food up high enough I can't imagine there would be any merit to a bear proof bag

Anker make the best lightweight, well made power banks, pic the one the suits your needs, but this is a good starting point:

embrace nature and leave the hand sanitizer at home?

of course personal preference, but I have never felt I needed or wanted rain pants for hiking.

Along the same lines, spare socks can probably double as sleep socks

I would leave the gaiters at home as well