Anker 737 24000mAh Power Bank

Original price was: £139.99.Current price is: £89.99.

  • Anker Power Bank with 24,000mAh capacity
  • 3-port portable charger with 140W output
  • Equipped with the latest Power Delivery 3.1 and bi-directional technology
  • Smart digital display for easy monitoring of power levels
  • Comes with welcome guide and 140W USB-C to USB-C cable
  • Batteries: 1 Lithium Polymer included
  • Product Dimensions: 11.58 x 5.46 x 4.95 cm; 635.03 Grams
  • Manufacturer: Anker
    (7 customer reviews)
    Last updated on 23/02/2024 19:25 More info

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    Introducing the Anker 737 24000mAh Power Bank, the ultimate travel companion for all your charging needs! This sleek and powerful device is a must-have for any globetrotter or adventurer.

    With its massive 24000mAh capacity, this power bank can keep your devices juiced up and ready for action throughout your entire journey. No more worrying about running out of battery while exploring new cities or capturing breathtaking moments on your camera. The Anker 737 has got you covered!

    Designed with travelers in mind, this power bank is compact and lightweight, making it easy to slip into your backpack or carry-on luggage. It’s the perfect size to take with you on long flights, road trips, or even camping adventures. You’ll never have to search for an outlet again!

    Equipped with multiple USB ports, the Anker 737 allows you to charge multiple devices simultaneously. So whether you need to power up your smartphone, tablet, or even your smartwatch, this power bank has got you covered. It’s like having a portable charging station right in your pocket!

    Not only is the Anker 737 practical and efficient, but it also boasts a sleek and stylish design. Its smooth matte finish and durable construction make it a reliable and long-lasting companion for all your travels.

    So why not surprise your favorite traveler with the Anker 737 24000mAh Power Bank? It’s the perfect gift that combines practicality, convenience, and style. Give the gift of endless power and keep your loved ones connected wherever they go. Get ready to embark on unforgettable adventures without worrying about battery life!

    Additional information


    1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)

    Product Dimensions

    11.58 x 5.46 x 4.95 cm, 635.03 Grams

    Date First Available

    24 Mar. 2022



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    7 reviews for Anker 737 24000mAh Power Bank

    1. Neil

      Really powerful battery bank useful for devices that draw a lot of power. Total output is 140w which is enough to power a laptop while in use; when using multiple devices this output will be split between them. I bought this for a long trip recently and it performed perfectly on every device we used it with. The main reason I got it was for a Steam Deck to give a bit more game time. The maximum draw I see when playing is around 35w, though it’s usually around 28-30w so this battery would be powerful enough to charge two of them simultaneously (albeit, with only about 1hr extra charge per console). For the most demanding games it will give around 2 hours of extra time, with less power-hungry games it will manage a lot more. It works great with our phones/ tablets with everything fast charging.

      One of the best things about it is the little screen which tells you how much power is being input/ output on each connection, and the remaining battery time/ charge time. This is super useful when gaming to know how long you have left, or when charging so you know exactly when it will be done. The next best thing is how fast the battery charges; when using a 100w charger this thing flies and will be fully charged from empty in less than an hour. I rarely ran it down completely so I usually find myself topping it off from 50% which it does in about 25 minutes. You do need a powerful charger to get the best out of it though, and anything over 100w is quite expensive right now. I’m using a Ugreen Nexode 100w charger which are around £50-60 at the time of this review. If you want a full 140w+ charger you can expect to pay well over £100. Also key is what kind of cable you use, be sure to buy quality, properly rated cables if you want the fastest charging.

      Good Points
      – fast charging
      – useful screen
      – feels quality
      – multiple outputs
      – small enough capacity to be carried on a plane

      Bad points
      – it’s heavy and can be a bit of a pain to carry around for less demanding charging duties
      – capacity is large but could have been larger and still comply with air regulations, would have been nice
      – requires a powerful, expensive charger to get the best out of it

    2. AML

      i have had this for a couple days now simply because i love the idea of going about my day with one battery pack that can charge all my device and so far the 737 doesn’t disappoint. i usually carry with me every day a 16 inch M2 Macbook pro, My samsung Z Fold 4, My SoundCore Life Q30 and now the 737 and two usb-c cables. the battery on the macbook is great but when i need to top off towards the end of my shift i love the idea of having the single pack for all my devices especially when they can all reach their potential charging speeds. its a bit on the heavy side and the material used is not the greatest but apart from that its a game changer for what it offers for me in terms of portability.
      the fact that it also puts most of the important stats(charging output, remaining battery life..) right in front of you via the small display is neat.
      i haven’t had it for long but so far it the drain on it is actually really good. i lose a about 1% every three days but only time will tell how it holds up eventually.
      i would recommend if money is no object and you want a faster charging bank that displays not only the charging speed but much more especially when you travel to areas where power outages are a thing and you need at least a few hours more out of your devices this is a solid pick.

    3. SKL

      It’s a bit bulky, but it more than compensates for the size with its usefulness. 24k mAh is a massive powerhouse, and I’m impressed by the insightful details it provides, such as the capacity of the USB cable. I’ve noticed that if you use different cables with the same charger, there can be a huge difference in the power throughput (which impacts charging time)

    4. Gergely Orosz

      Un poco grande y pesada pero muy buena capacidad, potencia suficiente para cargar un ordenador, y la pantalla con detalles de % de carga y potencia en W es una pasada.

    5. AML

      Works great charging a MacBook Air (MBA), iPad, and iPhone all at the same time! It *is* a little heavy but totally worth the weight. Just don’t use a cheap cable to charge up a big device (like MBA)… use the included cable or buy a separate heavy duty usb-c to usb-c cable that can handle the power transfer.

      I also like the digital readout of the battery power left (percentage), and power amps out to each device when you’re charging it. Plus, when you’re charging it, it tells you how many minutes left to full charge. I used the MBA’s power supply to charge it.

      What’s nice is that it automatically adjusts the power out to match the max that the device can handle… and you see that on the gauge.

      I highly recommend it – even over the bigger Anker battery – mainly because of the digital display. Plus it has ample power and it’s already pretty heavy… why would you want to get something heavier if this one does the job.

      JFYI: I had considered Anker’s bigger battery that had more power, was heavier, but did not have the digital read out. This was a little more expensive than the bigger version but I’m glad I purchased it.

      Totally recommended.

    6. James Goussanou

      Super good powerbank

    7. Neil

      I don’t normally review things but I rate this product very highly! Having lived with it for a bit I’ve found that:

      – It can charge my Macbook Air 2021 to from 0 to 100% in about 65% of capacity so probably higher than advertised 1.2 laptop charges, more like 1.4 on these M1 Macs.

      – You could probably do a week of charging for a normal Smartphone off one 100% battery charge.

      – I have a Steamdeck and it’s able to give me about 4.5 hours playtime depending on what I’m running.

      – It “rapid charges” every device I’ve tried – Macbook, OnePlus 7 Pro, iPhone 13, Google Pixel 7 Pro, Steamdeck.

      – The little screen on it seems like a gimmick but has proved to be very useful and unobtrusive. It’s useful to see how much battery is left, what rate devices are charging at etc. Really useful.

      – It’s noticeably heavy in the hand so I was a bit worried about travelling, but in a backpack I have to say I barely notice it and it’s been more useful than carrying around some of my other packs because it rapid charges and I don’t have to leave my smartphone in my bag so it can trickle charge for hours.

      – Build quality is A++ – it’s a really nice finish, well built, looks nice if you actually care what your battery pack looks like!

      – Comes with a short USB-C – USB-C charging cable (about 6″ long) and a little cotton carry bag. I would personally get some high capacity, longer charging cables. I bought some rated for 100W which it can deliver although highest I’ve managed to find is a 40W draw off the Mac.

      A few things to note before buying:

      – There’s no charger boxed in so you will need a 40w USB-C charger to charge it at highest rate – most modern smartphones or laptops will have one rated that high. It will not charge off low power USB-C connections, e.g. the hub in my Dell Monitor (which my MacBook Air will charge off), so you may want to factor this into your purchase.

      – It is a more expensive device relative to others but I think if you travel a lot and you need the capacity this is an excellent device. They have not skimped on the quality and it is now part of my daily carry.

      – The quoted “120W” charging is an aggregate of all 3 ports (1xUSB-3.1, 2xUSB-C) at full rate. So for example you could charge a laptop, a smartphone and a camera all at once, all at full power (I think. I can’t say I’ve ever tried to do this!). You can’t plug a kettle into it 😉


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