This charger surprised me. I took with me to Greece (there were a lot of purchases made for this trip see other reviews lol) I had this and a Mycharge mini battery that plugs into the wall. I had my sister (world traveler like myself) and my aunt and mom (New to international travel) and I knew that while my sister and I knew to bring converters my mom and aunt would not.
Charging it took forever! I was warned about this beforehand and did a little research to expedite this. There is a five port charger made by the same company and it has two special ports that decrease charging times significantly (was true to form). I used both religiously in Greece when we weren’t near a plug and didn’t want to lug around my adapter. I handed the Mycharge to my mom and aunt and they used it for about two days before I had to plug it in. The Anker charged two iPads and two iPhones for two days almost three before needing a recharge.
Without the 5port the charging from zero to full took about a day, the port cut the time down to 8 hours or less.
Now my sister wants one.
Pros capacity (you can do 6-8 phones, 2 ipads, a computer with the appropriate usb all with ease), size (wasn’t too big but not small and it comes with this cute little accessory pouch), price (it was 49.99 and with the buy three accessories get 25% off it came to 38 bucks), even at full price it’s a steal for a 20k battery.
Cons takes forever to charge (expected for such a large battery), buyin the other accessory is necessary (do not buy the combo pack for 100 buying the five port and the Anker battery was waaay cheaper and you get five frigging ports. You can’t charge it and have a device attached to it for charging (didn’t care as much because I got five friggin ports lol)
Get it (and the five port) you will be glad you did especially for long car trips, travel and if you have as much tech as me and never enough USB ports.