Deal: Aukey Quick Charge 2.0 10400mAh Power Bank $16.99 W/Code


If you are in need of a way to keep your current smartphone or mobile device powered when away from home or a wall charger, then portable battery banks are a convenient solution. They do offer the ability to carry with you a capacity which is normally at least three-to-four times that of your smartphone's battery. Which means you can usually fully charge your smartphone at least three times before the actual power bank needs to be charged again. Great for those who are constantly on the move or do not want to carry a charger with them or keep multiple chargers in different locations.

One of the charger options available is the Aukey Quick Charge 2.0 10400 mAh Portable External Battery Charger. As the name suggests, this is a power bank which does come with 10,400 mAh capacity. As such and depending on the capacity of your smartphone, you will be able to get on average about three full charge cycles for your smartphone (more if your smartphone capacity is less than 3,000 mAh). Not to mention, this is a Quick Charge 2.0 supported power bank, which means you can take advantage of the faster charging speeds on offer with Quick Charge 2.0. The charger does come with a full list price of $49.99, although it is currently on sale through Amazon for only $24.99. What makes this deal even sweeter is that you can also currently make use of coupon code 6PHZZRAF which brings the total price down to only $16.99.


Buy the Aukey Quick Charge 2.0 10400mAh Power Bank for $16.99 Use code 6PHZZRAF

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