Daily Deal: ZeroLemon ToughJuice 30000mAh Battery Pack

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    afn29129 (profile), 13 Aug 2015 @ 12:01pm

    30,000 mAH?

    30,000 mAH? Really wouldn't it be much simpler to
    say 30 AH (Amp-Hours)?

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      Leigh Beadon (profile), 13 Aug 2015 @ 12:21pm

      Re: 30,000 mAH?

      No, it wouldn't, since virtually all device batteries and battery packs are listed in mAh.

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        Richard (profile), 13 Aug 2015 @ 12:40pm

        Re: Re: 30,000 mAH?

        No, it wouldn't, since virtually all device batteries and battery packs are listed in mAh.

        But this is now in the territory of car batteries which are listed in Ah.

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          Leigh Beadon (profile), 13 Aug 2015 @ 4:21pm

          Re: Re: Re: 30,000 mAH?

          I'm sure in time, as capacities grow, the standard for listing mobile device batteries will shift to Ah. But at the moment it's mAh, and I see no reason to make a stand about it.

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        Anonymous Coward, 13 Aug 2015 @ 8:07pm

        Re: Re: 30,000 mAH?

        Ha, that's nothing. I've got a 30,000,000 µAh battery pack!

        "No, it wouldn't, since virtually all device batteries and battery packs are listed in mAh."

        Um, no they're not. Try, for example, to find a car battery specified in mAh.

        It is, however, common practice to do so these days as a marketing ploy in the mobile phone industry.

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          Leigh Beadon (profile), 14 Aug 2015 @ 8:40am

          Re: Re: Re: 30,000 mAH?

          These devices have nothing to do with cars. And no, it's not a marketing ploy. Do you have any proof of that or reason to believe it other than a wearying level of unnecessary cynicism? Mobile device batteries have been rated in mAh for a long time because their capacities have only ever been in the range of a few Ah and only sometimes round numbers, so it makes no sense to list everything in Ah with decimal places. This is also a standard that was established when capacities were lower.

          Honestly, you think this is a marketing ploy? The average phone consumer doesn't know what an ampere is let alone a milliamp hour, nor do they care. As for us, we're going to continue listing products in the way that literally all products of this category and with which these things are designed to interoperate are currently listed in. If you want to think that's some idiotic cheap marketing conspiracy, go ahead I guess, but I think you're being too "clever" for your own good.

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      Anonymous Coward, 13 Aug 2015 @ 6:22pm

      Re: 30,000 mAH?

      You think the average Joe understands that 30000mAh is the same as 30Ah?

      Reality is the average Joe would be all "how is this 30 battery going to charge my 3200 battery? What a scam!"

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        Lawrence D’Oliveiro, 10 Dec 2015 @ 7:16pm

        Re: You think the average Joe understands that 30000mAh is the same as 30Ah?

        Considering that most of us learned the SI prefixes in school ... yes.

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