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Anker Powerbank Review: Are These the Best PowerBanks You Can Buy in Nigeria?

If you follow me on Instagram stories, then you should know by now that this video gave me a tough time — The first video turned out blurry, and after stressing to refilm, I misplaced my MicroSD card — Was the tech gods trying to tell me something?

Well, I don’t know, but what I do know is that the Anker Powerbanks had a couple of good and bad sides.

As always, do watch and let me know what you think?

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14 comments on “Anker Powerbank Review: Are These the Best PowerBanks You Can Buy in Nigeria?

  1. ỌBÁDÁRÀ says:

    …AM SO HAPPY 😊 ANKER IS HERE. I WILL SINCERELY STRIVE TO GET ONE FOR MY PHONE 📱.
    THE TECH LORDS ARE ANGRY 😡 NI O @TÓBI AYẸNI…

  2. Kemi says:

    I love your intro. You are very creative.
    A great an informative review. I would want to buy the Anker power bank if I didn’t already have one.
    The Anker power bank made number 1 in my list of essential smartphone accessories

  3. ScentNG says:

    Hello tobi just what i needed. Kindly drop a link if you have a sales link or should i buy directly from the site. 26800 goes for 24k, not bad. So tobi reply asap

  4. Desmond says:

    Hi tobi. Do u have any idea of the download size of windows 10 creators update

  5. Kᴀʏʙᴀɴɢ ᴵˢ Ⓑₐₜₘₐₙ says:

    The petrichor that comes with these videos. Jus garra take it ALL in…

    Great stuff
    The 20000mAh doesn’t comes with quick charge 3.0?

  6. Kelvin says:

    The myth about power Banks spoiling batteries. is it safe to use this?

    1. Dimeji says:

      Poorly engineered power banks will spoil you phone batteries and may even damage your device in the long run but these are built to superior quality with Power IQ technology to ensure only the right amount of charge is supplied to your device. No overcharging and no damage to your device(s) with Anker power banks; you get only the fastest charges at the safest speeds.

  7. p-Williams says:

    wow….these power banks make sense die

  8. Funmi says:

    i got the Anker PowerCore II 20000 with 3 charging ports about 3weeks ago on Jumia. I must say it is the best power bank I’ve ever used. it charges my infinix note 3’s battery up to 4times and there’s still juice left in it. the bonus is u can recharge the power bank twice as fast cos of the 2 power inlet. I got it for 17,500

  9. Bolliejay says:

    Nice one. Thou expensive but worth it

  10. Onyinyechi says:

    U can’t use Power banks to charge a phone with Quick/Flash Charge technology.
    My experience though.
    From Entclass Blog

    1. Dimeji says:

      @Onyinyechi, that is not true if because there are some powerbanks that have Quick Charge built into them.
      The issue is that a Quick Charge powerbank or charger will only charge a phone/device at the normal speed if the phone/device is not Quick Charge capable. For the phone/device to charge at Quick charge speeds (up to 400% faster), it has to be built to be Quick Charge enabled.
      So if you want to charge a phone that has Quick Charge at the fastest speed it was built to charge, you need to get a powerbank or wall charger with Quick Charge. For many other devices that do not support Quick Charge, Anker’s Power IQ technology will ensure your device is getting the fastest and safest charging speed it can handle without getting hot.

    2. ỌBÁDÁRÀ says:

      … WELL, WHILE RESPECTING YOUR HUMBLE TECH OPINION, I DISAGREE 👎 WITH IT. IT IS HIGHLY POSSIBLE…

    3. Dimeji says:

      Interestingly she did her test with Samsung Galaxy S8 which supports Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0: http://www.gsmarena.com/samsung_galaxy_s8-8161.php

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