Another week, another powerbank : BlitzWolf BW-P6 10.000mah QC3.0 dual port powerbank
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Let’s start off with performance regarding output current : all manufacturers’ specifications are met and exceeded, they can be exceeded a tiny bit, but not by much. Please keep in mind that prolonged output above the limits I found will result in a shutdown of output by the powerbank.
As with almost all of the latest powerbanks I’ve tested, this one takes it’s QuickCharge using QC2.0 @ 9V. Using QC instead of 5V shortens charging time by about 80 minutes. Passthrough charging is not an option.
The output capacity using 5V/USB output ends up at 18% off of the maximum specification, that’s an okay score. It ends up in the middle of its class.
Using QC3.0 output it does a little bit worse, ending up at 19% short of the maximum. But that’s still an okay score. QC tends to end up a little lower most of the time, due to conversion losses. It ends up in the top of the bottom third of its class.
I quite like BlitzWolf’s first foray into LiPo-based powerbanks, and its scores are quite okay. I’d call it an above average powerbank. If you’re in the market for a 10.000mAh powerbank with dual outputs and QC3.0, I’d recommend checking this one out.
This BlitzWolf BW-P6 10.000mah QC3.0 dual port powerbank is available at Banggood, who sent it to me for this video. Look for a product link in the description of this video. Please consider clicking it and support the channel/blog that way.
If you want to compare these results to the other powerbanks I have tested, you can find all results in the PBCC Google Sheet.
Thanks, ik hou me meestal niet zo bezig met prijzen, omdat die dingen zo hard fluctueren...Dj Neo Ziggy wrote on Thursday 19 April 2018 @ 13:28:
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