ZeroLemon's SolarJuice batteries offer the promise of recharging away from an outlet. Leave the pack out in the sun and watch light turn into energy that powers your phone. In reality, you have to leave it out for a day or so to get any juice that way, and you will probably still end up sticking it in the wall.
No matter. It remains a great pack. And now it's one you can get for a mere fraction of its usual price. Read More
Anker is a solid brand in batteries, and 20000mAh is quite a bit of power. Put the two together and you have a compelling product. Drop the price down to $26.99, and you have a good deal. Read More
Do you want power? More power? Faster power? If the answer is yes, then you've come to the right deal alert post. This RAVPower external battery has everything I'd want in a portable charger nowadays and it's discounted today on Amazon to an all-time low price of $47.99.
So why am I gushing about this battery pack? Well, it's not because of its 20100mAh capacity or dual USB output ports or 4 LED indicator lights. Those are pretty standard for any external battery. There are three other great selling points to this RAVPower:
- One of the USB output ports is Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 compatible, which means that it'll charge all of your QC1.0, 2.0, and 3.0 devices as fast as they can handle it.
Portable chargers are nice. They don't quite make up for phones with crappy battery life, but they come close. Plus they bring the peace of mind that comes from knowing you won't be tethered to a wall if your phone decides it won't make it through the evening.
You can grab one at full price, but the reason you're reading this is so that you don't have to. So let's cut straight to the chase. Read More
You could say external battery packs are the AA batteries of our times. They breathe life into your phone during an emergency, and some even come with a flashlight built-in. Such is the case with the RAVPower 16,750mAh portable charger that is currently Amazon's deal of the day. Read More
External battery packs come in all shapes and sizes, but there's something about a solar panel that makes me want one more. I conjure up images of a battery that never dies and never needs to be charged, that can get me through a power outage after a summer hurricane with an overabundance of energy.
In reality, ZeroLemon's Solar Juice power banks might reach a full charge after several days of optimal sunlight. Fortunately, they're good external batteries in other ways. They're water, dust, and shock resistant. They come with two USB ports. They also offer a flashlight. Then there is the generous capacity. Read More
With winter approaching and the possibility of getting snowed in, there's a certain comfort that comes from knowing your phone can stay active throughout a week-long power outage. Being able to place calls and derp around online (assuming the towers are still active) is like a super power.
But you aren't born with that innate gift. First you have to buy an external battery pack to replenish your phone's reserves when that icon in the corner goes empty, and preferably a big one. Read More
For some people, an external battery pack provides comfort during a power outage. For others, it's a necessity, a way to avoid being alone once the sun sets.
Either way, don't spend your money on a charger that can only re-power your phone once before blowing its load. Instead, wait for a deal online and get something that can go five times as long. Read More
Are you in the market for an external battery pack? No? About to be tempted anyway? I thought so. Read More
This KMASHI 20000mAh external battery is bright blue. That alone should be enough to distinguish it from the couple dozen other external battery packs you've picked up over the years. When the local power grid fails for an entire month, you will be the one guy in town whose smartphone is actually better charged now than it was before everything went dark.
Wait, what was I talking about? Right, there's an external battery pack available on Amazon for $30. It's from KMASHI, and with the coupon code LIKWGR6D, you can bring that price down to $20.
Then once the mail person drops it at your door, you can charge it up, stick it in your drawer, and wait out the next local disaster. Read More