Suggest me a Powerbank under 1000 rupee

Suggest me a Powerbank under 1000 rupee

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@soubhiknaskar2 this looks like another one of their new launches so i am not too sure of its history.

it might be good in the long run. (it might also turn out so so)
they do contain the Lithium polymer tech battery . the technology is http://jes.ecsdl.org/content/135/2/299...rt fairly proven by now.
it makes them light weight for its power.

overall the experience ought to be VFM. check if @Navneet or @hese @Dr Anshuman or @TronGalaxy
have any better dope on how to get the best bang for the bucks.


if @pjsandyy suggests Intex from personal experience then well and good. otherwise i think it was @dharmanath481 or someone who told that the same kits (as Intex, Ambrane use) sell for much less on Aliexpress or hongkong sites and one only needs to add the rechargeable cell as per choice.


those who want or can pay for good features like over charge protection or shorting and over heat protection etcetera can also look for the slightly better built Adata , Transcend or Asus range too.

personally checked that Ravpower portable power packs go have a power facor (PF) of .80 to 0.85 on an average.
HP had a similar model as this http://h20195.www2.hp.com/v2/GetDocument.aspx?d..., which was in higher capacities but presently i forget the name. (it had all those cut-off and over xyz protection)

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@Spock wrote:

further to http://www.desidime.com/forums/hot-deals-online... and the chats



@soubhiknaskar2 this looks like another one of their new launches so i am not too sure of its history.

it might be good in the long run. (it might also turn out so so)
they do contain the Lithium polymer tech battery . the technology is http://jes.ecsdl.org/content/135/2/299...rt fairly proven by now.
it makes them light weight for its power.

overall the experience ought to be VFM. check if @Navneet or @hese @Dr Anshuman or @TronGalaxy
have any better dope on how to get the best bang for the bucks.



if @pjsandyy suggests Intex from personal experience then well and good. otherwise i think it was @dharmanath481 or someone who told that the same kits (as Intex, Ambrane use) sell for much less on Aliexpress or hongkong sites and one only needs to add the rechargeable cell as per choice.




those who want or can pay for good features like over charge protection or shorting and over heat protection etcetera can also look for the slightly better built Adata , Transcend or Asus range too.

personally checked that Ravpower portable power packs go have a power facor (PF) of .80 to 0.85 on an average.
HP had a similar model as this http://h20195.www2.hp.com/v2/GetDocument.aspx?d..., which was in higher capacities but presently i forget the name. (it had all those cut-off and over xyz protection)

Thanks for such informations spock kg to you
such detail writing nice work

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@Spock wrote:

further to http://www.desidime.com/forums/hot-deals-online... and the chats


@soubhiknaskar2 this looks like another one of their new launches so i am not too sure of its history.

it might be good in the long run. (it might also turn out so so)
they do contain the Lithium polymer tech battery . the technology is http://jes.ecsdl.org/content/135/2/299...rt fairly proven by now.
it makes them light weight for its power.

overall the experience ought to be VFM. check if @Navneet or @hese @Dr Anshuman or @TronGalaxy
have any better dope on how to get the best bang for the bucks.


if @pjsandyy suggests Intex from personal experience then well and good. otherwise i think it was @dharmanath481 or someone who told that the same kits (as Intex, Ambrane use) sell for much less on Aliexpress or hongkong sites and one only needs to add the rechargeable cell as per choice.


those who want or can pay for good features like over charge protection or shorting and over heat protection etcetera can also look for the slightly better built Adata , Transcend or Asus range too.

personally checked that Ravpower portable power packs go have a power facor (PF) of .80 to 0.85 on an average.
HP had a similar model as this http://h20195.www2.hp.com/v2/GetDocument.aspx?d..., which was in higher capacities but presently i forget the name. (it had all those cut-off and over xyz protection)


Whenever someone asks something you add long piece of speech.(though that proves to be effective)
You confuse with A-Z choices and deliver your infinite/endless paragraphs.
Sometimes i think you failed miserably in English subject either in your schooling days or during graduation, tabhi badla le rahe ho https://cdn2.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_toungueout.gif

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@Spock wrote:

further to http://www.desidime.com/forums/hot-deals-online... and the chats



@soubhiknaskar2 this looks like another one of their new launches so i am not too sure of its history.

it might be good in the long run. (it might also turn out so so)
they do contain the Lithium polymer tech battery . the technology is http://jes.ecsdl.org/content/135/2/299...rt fairly proven by now.
it makes them light weight for its power.

overall the experience ought to be VFM. check if @Navneet or @hese @Dr Anshuman or @TronGalaxy
have any better dope on how to get the best bang for the bucks.



if @pjsandyy suggests Intex from personal experience then well and good. otherwise i think it was @dharmanath481 or someone who told that the same kits (as Intex, Ambrane use) sell for much less on Aliexpress or hongkong sites and one only needs to add the rechargeable cell as per choice.




those who want or can pay for good features like over charge protection or shorting and over heat protection etcetera can also look for the slightly better built Adata , Transcend or Asus range too.

personally checked that Ravpower portable power packs go have a power facor (PF) of .80 to 0.85 on an average.
HP had a similar model as this http://h20195.www2.hp.com/v2/GetDocument.aspx?d..., which was in higher capacities but presently i forget the name. (it had all those cut-off and over xyz protection)

thank you so much..

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I need money for approx 3 months only then I will get my money back
but I urgently and desperately need it

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@SARDAR KHAN wrote: I need money for approx 3 months only then I will get my money back
but I urgently and desperately need it

sorry to hear that. i think this text was for some-place else. hope things pan out well for you.

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@SARDAR KHAN wrote:
@Navneet wrote: http://paytm.com/shop/p/ambrane-p-1122-10000-ma...


thank you

Navneet, as i told you or @Soubhik , Ambrane P-1111 did have that usul hyped launch in 2016, with cosmetic look/design USP, along with ‘low price’.
But things did not look too good as their kits (imports) were average. so much so that the P-1310, the 15000+ mAh model too tanked.

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so again my question to you @Navneet is: how is its performance over a course of few months when in frequent use ?
and is the power factor this bad on some units ? https://cdn3.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_sad.gifhttp://www.amazon.in/gp/cdp/member-reviews/A1B6... usually it is .70- to .75 (if rated is 100 mAh, then actual available is 75mAh)


this user review seems too extreme https://cdn1.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_confused.gif !

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