Help me choose which 20K charger to buy!

So I’m here because I don’t know what else to do. I’m new to Anker but I trust their reputation and products. I have a few of their smaller products and I’ve been wanting to get a power bank.

Wanting to go with a 20K charger for phones, wireless headphones, and the Switch. I would like to go with the one with the latest technology and most recently released/updated. -Which seems to be the PowerCore Speed 20000.
But is it worth the price, and will I actually be able to utilize the Quick Charge 3.0?
What about the regular 20100? Or one with USB- C and the wall charger?

Any advice and info is appreciated!


Makes sense to get a PowerCore PD if you wanna charge your switch. Keep a look out for deals

[Power Delivery Anker PowerCore Speed 20000 PD, 20100mAh Portable Charger for Nintendo Switch, iPhone 8 / X and USB Type C MacBooks] (

[Anker PowerCore+ 26800 PD, USB-C Portable Charger with Power Delivery, Type-C Port With Fast-Charge Input and 30W Output for iPhone X / 8 / 8 plus / MacBooks with Type-C] (


I agree with the Powercore 20000 PD

Your phone would need to specifically support Quick Charge 3.0. What type of phone do you have?

Using the Pixel 2, so it does prefer the USB-C for faster charging but I don’t think it supports Qualcom QC 3.0 but I may be incorrect.

I do like the 20000 PD because it does have a USB-C port but I wish it still had 2 USB-A ports because A is more prevalent…
But that does mean slower charging for the Pixel 2 and the Switch if I don’t go with C…

@Yayap7 the Google Pixel 2 can charge at max 18w due to the battery and circuitry they used. So regardless you will get the fastest charge for your phone using either of the 20k battery packs, but since you have a switch I would highly recommend to go with the one that has PD. It has power IQ and voltage boost so even if you didn’t use the PD for your phone and just the standard usb socket it will charge you right at max capability and speed


How much juice do you need? Does your phone support QC 3?