Anker 10000, 20000 & 26800mAh Power Banks On Sale, Starting At $20.39 - Amazon Black Friday 2018 Deals

A number of Anker-made power banks are now on sale for Black Friday 2018 through Amazon. These price drops are fairly significant and mark some of the lowest prices for these power banks to date. What’s more, these low prices are being offered as part of Amazon’s ‘Deal of the Day’ program so those interested in capitalizing on the sayings will want to buy today. All three power banks listed below come with the company’s own PowerIQ charging technology to ensure a fast, safe and reliable charging experience.

First up is the Anker PowerCore 26800 power bank. This one comes with a whopping 26,800 mAh battery capacity which means it should be able to keep devices powered for days before the bank itself needs to be recharged. This one usually costs $65.99 but can currently be picked up for just $37.99. Those happy to make do with a lesser overall capacity can opt for either of the two Anker PowerCore Lite models that are now on sale. One comes with a 20,000 mAh battery capacity and would normally cost you $53.99 but is now on sale for $32.39. While the 10,000 mAh capacity model comes with a retail price of $33.99 and is now on sale for just $20.39 - making it the cheapest of the three.

Anker Power Banks
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Anker PowerCore 26800 Power Bank - Amazon
$37.99
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Anker PowerCore Lite 20000 Power Bank - Amazon
$32.39
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Anker PowerCore Lite 10000 Power Bank - Amazon
$20.39
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