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This 100,000mAh Powerbank will last you 1 month

While shopping for the 3-day anniversary sale over at Lazada, we discovered this 100,000mAh powerbank, the highest we’ve ever seen.


We’ve seen 20,000mAh and 30,000mAh portable powerbanks before but this one by Aniva is far from portable. It looks like it weighs as heavy as a car battery (weighs 3kg).

100K-Powerbank

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The powerbank has 4 USB charging ports with total capacity of 12V 26Ah 288Wh. If you have a 2,000mAh smartphone, that’s about 50 recharges in one full charge.

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It can also charge a laptop and other 12V devices. The powerbank has a built-in solar charger so it can recharge itself while you’re out camping on a trip to the beach.

The price — Php14,999.

You can check it out here (you can use our voucher code YUGATECH1000 for Php1,000 discount).

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Shahzar Khan
Shahzar Khan
6 years ago

Well, in some circumstances it will be suitable like camping or going with family on picnic, etc.

Faust
7 years ago

wow! this powerbank is humongous and packs a whaloop

utoy
7 years ago

Ha! Built-in solar charger wew kahit mamatay ka sa katandaan di ma fufull charge to.

Easy E
Easy E
7 years ago

Kung magdesign ka ng charger nito para ma-full charge ito ng 1full day (say 25hrs para madaling computin), yung current output dapat ng charging circuit ay 100000/25 = 4kA (di pwede). Sobrang iinit yan hanggang masunog na.

Nakakalito ang spec nito. 12v*24Ah=288Wh kung sa 5v output sa USB port nito, 288Wh/5v=57.6Ah or 57,600 mAh at hindi aabot 100000 mAh.

For comparison yung Tesla car ay may 85kWh na battery capacity.

Nakakaduda ito. Wag bilhin.

denise
denise
7 years ago

Inurong na ba ang April Fools Day ngayong March 25?? LOL

tiffa
tiffa
7 years ago

Thanks, but no thanks. This powerbank will not fit in my bag or my pocket.

Jak
Jak
7 years ago

Link is broken. Is this product real?

Benjie
Benjie
7 years ago

Ano ho minimum nung voucher code nyo?

Napsters Gear
Napsters Gear
7 years ago

The numbers don’t add up even if you factor in efficiency losses. Please check your calculations.

Phillip
Phillip
7 years ago

A friend of mine had a similar one (solar charging and all) for less than PHP2,000. This is RIDICULOUS.

abuzalzal
abuzalzal
7 years ago

Php14,999 ayayayayayay!

at sinong kumag naman ang bibili nito

skit
skit
Reply to  abuzalzal
7 years ago

Said by the guy who actually described himself in one word through his comment.

Mr A
7 years ago

You can get a 40AH Motolite battery for 3100 pesos.

Thingamajig
Thingamajig
7 years ago

Tempting… more than enough to power 3 to 4 strobes

JM
JM
7 years ago

hahaha.. if charging a 6000mah powerbank takes around 6hrs..how about this? hahaha..

dothackjhe
7 years ago

Even if I have the money, I am not even sure if I will opt for this over a gas-powered electric generator which I assume will lasts longer in providing the needed energy and whose price is also likely lesser. I think power generators are cheaper nowadays.

diego delos santos
diego delos santos
Reply to  dothackjhe
7 years ago

dothachjhe,we are preparing for the worst brownouts this summer, the cheapest gas or diesel 4 stroke generator is around P9-P10k china brand. two months ago, I checked out the iwata iverter generator that can also charge devices kasi the china 4 stroke gensets di pede pang charge, masisira lang gadgets. the smallest is the iwata 950i around P15k 1 year warranty and no reviews yet on the internet kung ok sya.baka meron dito na nakagamit na ng iwata pa share naman po. sa hmr meron American brand pero limited warranty. I ended up buying the akari 16 rechargeable electric fan. if you have the money il go for the Honda inverter eu10i na matibay talaga pero around P40k. im still looking for an inverter genset na affordable na matibay. kung wla iwata last choice.

frank
frank
7 years ago

i dont get it 100,000mAh recharges 2,500 mAh 100 times?? shouldn’t it b3 only 40? am i missing something?

devilboy
devilboy
Reply to  frank
7 years ago

as far as I know wala pa yata akong alam na true rated powerbank na pag sinabing 100,000mAh e 100,000mAh din ang true output. malamang 85% pataas din output nyan.

jm
jm
Reply to  frank
7 years ago

di mo naman talaga macoconsume ung 100Ah kc my losses pa yan, cguro magagamit mo lang dun is 90-95% depende sa environment. charging nya with built in solar panel depende sa capacity ng solar. kng mgbibigay sila macocompute natin un

Algie
7 years ago

It says “has a built-in solar charger so it can recharge itself “.. I wonder how many days it will charge itself by this feature?

jokab
jokab
7 years ago

Yeah right.

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