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    Q-Kit Mini and my new Anker PowerCore II 6700 phone charger

    This is a match of perfection. Same exact footprint, and just enough room to include AirPods without stress.
    I love the new PowerCore, it's so cute! Smaller than I had imagined.

    Now for my first pics for this board:

    Q-Kit Mini and my new Anker PowerCore II 6700 phone charger-img-2288-jpg

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    So, if I buy a phone battery thingy, I gotta buy a Q-Kit too? What an enabler you are!

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    Yes, it's like that!

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    I've already made two orders this month! I've got a mini Q-Kit on my wish list, but until my snake charmer is available, I'm trying to hold off on buying anything else!

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    I have an Anker PowerCore+ 10050 that I recently traveled with in the bigger Q-Kit along with all my assorted cables, standard chargers and ear buds. It all fit compactly in one of the Imago's interior pockets. I use a mini Q-Kit for one charger and cable in my EDC. They are great little pouches!

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    I like the size of the battery pack. I might have to get one for minimalist travel. I currently haul around a huge battery pack.

    Q-Kit Mini and my new Anker PowerCore II 6700 phone charger-20180526_110321_50-jpg

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    6700 appears to be about 1/4 of that size!


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    Yeah, this things is huge, but it's 23k mAh and has quick charge. I use it to charge tablets and both of our phones and only charge it once every few weeks.

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    Do the names of the chargers correspond to their charging capacity?

    Does one able to charge 2 phones and 2 tablets can fit into a Small Q-Kit? What would be the Mah capacity needed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by backpack View Post
    Do the names of the chargers correspond to their charging capacity?

    Does one able to charge 2 phones and 2 tablets can fit into a Small Q-Kit? What would be the Mah capacity needed?
    For Anker the name does correspond with the mAh capacity.

    In general a charger with capacity to fully charge 2 phones and 2 tablets isn't going to fit in a Q kit. They tend to be very large. I tend to use Stuff Sacks or Side Effects to store them with other kit.

    It depends on your phones and tablets and if you want a full charge. Since Apple doesn't actually release battery sizes, some search and guessing. The iPhone 7 Plus has 2900 mAh, iPhone X has 2176 mAh, and iPad Air 2 has 7340 mAh. That brings us to 19,756 mAh (working with 2 iPad Air 2s), assuming 20% of the batteries capacity is lost during transmission and a full charge is desired, you'd need 23,707.2. And from Anker I would get the one of the 26,000 mAh, probably Anker PowerCore+ 26800 PD to be specific.

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    Forgot this! My husband has that battery and for our last trip used a Stuff Sack size 3 to hold the battery, it's charger, and all the cords. There was tons of room left. The Stuff Sack just worked best for his style.

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