This Suaoki portable jump starter isn’t the most powerful model out there—at 400A, it’s only going to work on relatively small cars with 2.5L or smaller engines—but $22 is one of the best prices we’ve ever seen on a product like this.
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Two travel-friendly USB chargers stood out from the pack this week, and they couldn’t be more different. It’s the tiny Aukey dual-port charger vs. Anker’s much larger PowerCore Fusion, which justifies its size with a built-in battery pack. Which one belongs in your travel bag? See what our readers said below, and…
We recently asked you about your favorite USB charging hubs, but travel chargers are a different beast. Folding plugs, 100-240V support, and compact designs are of paramount importance here, so check out the rules below, and let us know what you keep in your travel bag.
Just when you thought you’d seen it all when it comes to Lightning cables, iClever just released one that’s braided on the outside with stainless steel.
Anker has continued its inexorable march towards producing anything that includes a battery with the gargantuan PowerHouse electric “generator,” and you can save $170 on yours for a limited time, the best price ever by $70.
Anker’s PowerLine Lightning cables have long been our readers’ favorites, and two different models are on sale today on Amazon.
Death, taxes, and homes without enough power outlets. These are the unavoidable facts of life, but at least you can do something about the third one. This week, we’re looking for the best home theater surge protector, so check out the rules, and then charge into the comments to nominate your pick.
A USB-rechargeable Cree LED flashlight for $21 would be a pretty good deal under any circumstances, but this one includes a seatbelt cutter, window hammer, and even a 10,400mAh USB battery charger. Plus, it includes IPX6 waterproofing, so you’ll still be able to use it if you drive your car into a lake (though in that…
The advent of inexpensive Bluetooth headphones has been a net positive, but there’s no getting around it: They’re a pain in the ass to charge.