$15 is a pretty good price for a 10,000mAh battery pack. It’s absolutely insane for one with a solar panel and 12-LED flashlight array. Obviously, that little solar panel won’t recharge the battery very quickly, but it can trickle charge it while you’re outdoors, so it’s nice to have.
You can never have enough places to plug in, and these inexpensive power strips from Aukey plug directly into your wall to add two USB ports and a phone stand in the case of the $11 model, or two USB ports, two extra AC outlets, a phone stand, and even a nightlight if you opt for the $16 option.
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.
The wall charger that came with your phone just doesn’t cut it while traveling these days. In addition to probably being slow as hell, you likely have at least two or three USB-powered devices that you’ll want to charge every night while you sleep.
Aukey’s newest battery pack isn’t much thicker than your smartphone, and yet it’s packing 20,000mAh of power, three USB output ports, a USB-C input/output port, and even a Lightning input port so you can recharge it with your Apple gear. Get it for $32 with promo code AUKEYPY4.
Nonda’s original Zus smart car charger was a one-of-a-kind device with two very poorly-placed USB ports, but the newly redesigned Quick Charge 2.0 model fixes that fatal flaw for just $11.
If you want to power devices like TVs and mini-fridges while you’re out at a tailgate, your only real option until recently has been a noisy, gas-guzzling generator. But the proliferation of affordable lithium batteries and solar panels is threatening to change that, as evidenced by the Jackery PowerPro.
You can never have enough outlets and ports to plug things in, and with a pair of deals from RAVPower today, your charging needs will be fully covered.
Giant battery packs are great in some situations, but more often than not, you just need something that can fit in your pocket and give you a single extra phone charge, or maybe a bit more. That’s exactly what you can get today for $10 with promo code KINJA060.
Anker recently made a new version of its popular PowerCore 13000, this time with a USB-C input port. To be clear, that port won’t charge your phone; it’s only for recharging the battery itself. But that means if you already carry a USB-C charger for your phone or laptop, you can use it for your battery now too, rather…
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We’ve seen USB battery packs that can jump start a car, and we’ve seen USB battery packs that can charge new MacBooks and Nintendo Switches, but this is the first we’ve found that can do both.
If your Eneloop AA collection isn’t quite as big as it could be, you can supplement it with an 4-pack of AmazonBasics high capacity AAs for $8 today.
Why should your smart speaker, toothbrush, candles, and potted plants take up precious counter space when you can just add a shelf to a power outlet? This thing holds 10 pounds, and is only $15 today.
We’ve seen our fair share of USB power receptacle deals, but this $14 model from iClever is one of the most affordable options yet. Half the things you plug in these days probably plug into USB, so it just makes a ton of sense to install these.
Of all of Anker’s charging gear, its PowerStrip surge protectormight be the least well known. But with six AC outlets and four USB ports, it’d be a great addition to your desk, nightstand, or pretty much anywhere else you plug things in. Today’s price is about $5 less than usual, no code required.
There are probably thousands of Apple Watch charging stands out there, but basically every one I’ve seen shares the same problem: They slide all over your nightstand when you try to pull the watch off its magnetic charger, let alone if you bump it with your hand while you’re sleeping.
Half the stuff you plug in these days probably plugs into a USB port, so it makes sense for your power strips to include some, in addition to AC outlets. This $29 power strip from Aukey includes six of the former (including one Quick Charge 3.0 port) and eight of the latter, so you can charge everything.
Anker’s PowerPorts are our readers’ favorite USB charging hubs, and the standard 40W/5-port model is about $4 less than usual right now. These are great for your nightstand, your desk, or even your luggage if you bring a lot of gadgets when you travel.