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30-watt charging, 20 capacity for less than HUF 13

30-watt charging, 20 capacity for less than HUF 13

The Baseus external battery is not only cheap and good, but also stylish!

30-watt charging, 20 capacity for less than HUF 13

The Baseus 20000 mAh portable external battery with 30W PD and QC3.0 fast charging offers a compact and efficient solution for fast and safe charging of various mobile devices, such as iPhone 14/13/12/11/XR and Samsung, Xiaomi phones. The black, 480 g device is 154 x 65 x With its size of 27 mm, it is easy to carry, so it can be used wherever it is needed. Summer is coming, trips, vacations where you will definitely benefit.

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The battery has a large capacity of 20000 mAh, which corresponds to a capacity of 5 mAh rated at 3V/12000A, and thus provides a long-lasting power supply for most smartphones and tablets. You can charge your devices quickly and efficiently with the help of the 30W PD (Power Delivery) and QC3.0 (Quick Charge 3.0) fast charging technologies. The two USB outputs (USB1: 5V/3A, 9V/2A, 12V/1.5A, USB2: 5V/2.4A) and the Type-C input and output (5V/3A, 9V/3A, 12V/2.5A, 15V/2A, 20V/1.5A) further increase the charging options, so you can even charge several devices at the same time.

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The digital display of the battery continuously provides information on the current charge level, so you can always be up to date on the status of the device. The package also includes the portable battery and the charging cable. The AFC certificate guarantees the safety and reliability of the product, so you can use it every day with complete peace of mind.

The battery is delivered from a Czech warehouse, the price is BG2fd2cb with a coupon code it stays under HUF 13.


Baseus 20 mAh external battery

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