On the subject of powerbanks. Did you know you can get some for FREE on ebay UK.
Simple process. Look for those advertised as 500000mAh (500Amp!) units. Actually you can select anything from 50000 up to 750000mAh There is even some 3 or 4 panel solar units if your in a sunny place. They range from £10 to £20 but mostly they all contain an approx 10000mAh (10Amp) LiPo cell.
Just purchase one (or many**), when it arrives quickly test to see if it is actually a 500AMP unit. If you did get a 500Amp unit for under £20, think yourself lucky and sell it to TESLA for millions. If not then claim for return as "Not as described",
You will need to dance with the seller for a few messages, They say it will improve, Perhaps your cables, Then they say perhaps a discount will make you happy, Then they eventually buckle and refund in FULL. Most sellers do not bother to ask you to return the item and you get a FULL refund. But even if you have to return then it is at the sellers expense so it is no real loss to you.
But get your FREE power bank today!!, don't wait till they are all taken off the site. ALWAYS READ THE TITLE AND DESCRIPTION. Ensure they make the claim of over rated capacity.
** Best to only purchase ONE at a time from each seller or they may see the loss of multiple units worth asking you to return the items. For users outside of the UK check the eBay returns policy for items not as described in your area.
?? Is this wrong to do such a thing.??
Well in my book you are actually doing the online community a favour by helping to bring this false advertising scam to a halt before many more buyers are conned.
eBay will not act to stop this selling tactic unless more users report the items or request a refund. Plus, you are only purchasing in the hope that you get what is offered, if you do not get what they describe then it is your right to claim return/refund.