Update: The PowerCore 13000 is now on sale for an all-time low $21 as well. It doesn’t have Quick Charge, but it’s higher capacity than the 10000, and includes two USB ports instead of one.
You know the little charging brick that came with your phone? Throw it out, and spend $7 on this replacement from Aukey (with code IBEEGE8R). It’s basically the same size as Apple’s standard iPhone charger, but it includes two ports, folding prongs, and 2.4A of current (instead of 1A) to charge your devices faster.
Update: Sold out
These days, you probably charge as many things over USB as you do over standard AC outlets, so it only makes sense to add some semi-permanent USB ports to your home.
Anker has continued its inexorable march towards producing anything that includes a battery with the release of the new PowerHouse electric “generator,” and you can save $100 on yours for a limited time.
You just finished voting for your favorite external USB battery pack, but since not everyone wants to carry around a separate device to juice up their phone, this week, we’re looking for your favorite iPhone battery case. There are a ton of options out on the market, including one from Apple itself, so we expect to…
If USB battery packs have a shortcoming, it’s that you have to carry a USB wall charger to juice them back up at the end of the day. Not so with this model from RAVPower, which recharges by plugging directly into a wall, while simultaneously acting as an AC charger for your phone. It even comes with a built-in…
Kinja Deals readers have bought tens of thousands of USB battery packs over the last few years, and yet, we’ve never done a Kinja Co-Op on the subject. Lifehacker held a Hive Five vote several years ago, but since then, battery packs have gotten smarter, faster, and cheaper, so it’s time for a refresher course. Which…
Our readers have bought a lot of glove box-sized car jump starters over the past year, but Anker just raised the bar by shrinking the entire package down to the size of a flashlight, and we’ve got the product’s first ever discount today.
Update: Back in stock!
You can get cheap Lightning cables just about anywhere, but if only the best will do, you should give Anker’s PowerLine models a look.
We see deals on car-starting battery packs just about every week, but even by our standards, $28 is a really fantastic starting price (with code UCSB794Q) for a 300A model. And for owners of larger cars, 400A and 600A versions are also on sale. No matter which one you choose, they all include a DC charger to juice it…
We see deals on car-starting battery packs just about every day, but even by our standards, $35 is a really fantastic price. Just note that this model is only 300A, so if your car’s engine is 3L or larger, keep reading for a more powerful alternative. [Bestek 300A Car Jump Starter, $35 with code 5VXFE6I6. Use code…
I’m an unabashed fanboy of Nomad products, and you can save over $130 on a gift set of three today, courtesy of Best Buy.
It might not be something you use often, but everybody should keep a power inverter in their glove box, just in case. If you don’t own one, this is a no-brainer at $20. [SNAN 300W Power Inverter DC 12V to AC 110V Car Inverter, $20 with code SNAN300W]