We often write about big battery pack deals here on Android Police: 10K, 15K, 20K, or as much juice as anyone could stick in these portable accessories. This deal is different. It's about a small 2000mAh battery that costs three Washingtons or less than a cup of Starbucks coffee.
But what good is 2000mAh really? It isn't enough to fully charge any modern smartphone even once so why bother with it? Well, this one measures 3.8 x 2.4 x 0.25 inches (9.65 x 6 x 0.63 cm) so it's small enough to fit in a pocket or the hidden zipper of a purse, and carry with you everywhere. Read More
Update 10/12/15: New code below.
Each month this summer, the KMASHI 10,000mAh battery has become available for under $10 bucks. In June it hit $9.50. In July, it was $9.40. Now we're seeing it available for $9.29. All you have to do is head to the Amazon page and enter the coupon code
ME6ADK4L MHLSNM2R YTI7MT89 at checkout to drop the price down from its usual $14.
Yes, we all see what KMASHI is doing here, but we don't care. This is about saving money. This battery comes with two USB ports (5V / 2.1A and 5V / 1A) that can revive your dying smartphone when you're away from a charger. Read More
Until someone invents the fusion-powered backpack, there's no such thing as too much external power. And if you need some of that power on the cheap, there's a great deal on Amazon right now. You can get an UNU Superpak (with a capacity of 10,000mAh) for just $14.99 if you apply the coupon O66REVW3 when you check out. That's a solid $10-20 off of the going rate for these things, and $15 off of the retail price for the same unit. You can also grab free shipping if you've subscribed to Amazon Prime, which recently had its own significant discount. Read More
So you're at a gathering and your Android phone's about to die. Not only that, so is your friend's iPhone. Basically, in a few minutes, all the things will be dead. You could beg around for a couple of chargers, but then you'll have to trust that no one will take your device when you walk away or deal with being tethered to the wall until you have a reasonable charge.
This is when you want an external battery pack like the Choetech 15,600mAh one available on Amazon. The battery currently goes for $40, but if you enter the coupon code YDUKCSCX at checkout, you can take $8 off. Read More
You never know when a backup battery might come in handy. You could be sitting there, recording your son giving the high school drama performance of his life when, all of a sudden, that low battery warning pops up. Filming HD video drained it faster than you thought, didn't it? Fortunately you bought that iClever Intocircuit 15,000mAh battery on Amazon. Or you will have bought it after reading this post, and your son's play is actually a week from now.
This pack provides 5V/3.1A output through two USB ports, there's a tiny LCD screen that tells you how much of a charge remains, and an LED flashlight comes included because why not? Read More
Today Amazon is offering significant discounts on PNY products ranging from portable battery packs to microSD/SD cards, and flash drives. Savings range from 23% to 67% off.
Starting with the microSD cards, the best deal is the 64GB one going for $23.23, 58% off its regular price. If that's more space than you need, there's a 32GB card reduced down to $14.49 and a 16GB one reduced to $8.75.
A winter storm is forecast to hit my area later today, precisely the kind of situation where an external battery pack or two could come in handy (though it's too late to order one from Amazon in this case). Read More
There's only so much you can say about portable batteries. Power goes in, power goes out, phone charges up. Here at Android Police, we generally just recommend that people buy the biggest battery with the smallest price tag, which usually ends up being one of the various Anker models sold on Amazon. But manufacturer UNU is trying to shake things up with the new Ultrapak Tour series, which they claim charge in a fraction of the time of standard external lithium-polymer battery packs. As in, fast enough that you can get a "full phone charge" worth of power in 15 minutes. Read More
Thanksgiving may be behind us, but the holidays aren't over yet. Christmas is fast approaching, and that means many people will be stuck traveling on long, cross-country flights to visit extended family members and wrestling with them over precious power outlets upon arrival. If you want to keep your favorite Android device running regardless of the circumstances, Amazon has an affordable deal that might just pique your interest. You can currently pick up the RAVPower 14,000mAh external battery pack, which has multiple USB ports for charging two devices at once, for just $34.50.
No, you're not seeing things. The screenshot above says that the external battery pack is going for $42.99. Read More
Last time I checked, most phones couldn't make it through a long weekend without a little time tethered to an outlet. If you find your gadget batteries regularly hitting the red, or just simply dying, it might be time to invest in a battery pack. Newegg might have the perfect solution for anybody in need of some extra juice when they're out and about, the RAVPower 10,000mAh Power Bank. It's on sale today for just $24.99 with free shipping.
- Capacity: 10,000 mAh
- Input: 5V/1A
- Output: 1x 5V/1A, 1x 5V/2A
- Dimensions: 5.31" x 2.75" x 0.55"
- Weight: 8.29 oz
- Connectors: Micro USB, Mini USB, Samsung 30-pin, Nokia DC 2.0 (does not include Apple 30-pin or Lightning connectors)
- Includes flannel carrying pouch
With a 10,000mAh capacity, the RAVPower should be able to charge most phones about 3 times before it goes empty. Read More
PhoneSuit's Flex Pocket Charger is smaller than most options out there, but in this case, that's a good thing. This external battery pack plugs into your phone's micro USB port and rests there while it recharges. This makes it more mobile than the significantly larger 15,000mAh battery backs that you would typically leave stationary while your device charges, though that also means it will likely only recharge your handset once. Now it's available from Tanga for $29.99, a 50% discount from its usual price.
PhoneSuit's Flex Pocket Charger is roughly the size of a cigarette lighter, so it stows away very nicely in most pants pockets. Read More