Aukey's 20,000mAh power bank is just $21.99 from Amazon with this coupon code

Aukey's 20,000mAh power bank is just $21.99 from Amazon with this coupon code
If each afternoon you're already thinking of ways about how you're going to find an outlet to charge up your phone, you probably would do well with a power bank. It just so happens that Amazon has quite a deal on one with a huge capacity. The Aukey 20,000mAh power bank has enough juice to keep your phone running for a long time.

Normally priced at $29.99, if you use the coupon code XWLOGID4 when you checkout, the price drops down to $21.99. That is a 27% haircut for merely typing in a combination of eight letters and numbers.

The device offers Aukey’s AIPower Technology, which helps the power bank compute the input current of the device you are charging. This allows it to generate the fastest charging speed. And with a pair of USB ports, more than one phone can be charged at a time. Heck, it even comes with a flashlight if you get stuck in the dark.

The manufacturer states that this model does not work with Qualcomm's Quick Charge 2.0. If you want an Aukey power bank compatible with QC 2.0, the company recommends its 10,000mAh unit.

According to the manufacturer, this unit will charge the Apple iPhone 6 up to seven times, and will fully charge up the Apple iPad Air. It will also work on Android phones and tablets, and other devices that feature a USB port. The power bank fully recharges in 10 hours using a 2A adapter, which is not included.

If you have a phone or tablet with poor battery life, or you are going to be away from an outlet for a while, this just might be the most valuable accessory in your possession.


source: Amazon via AndroidAuthority

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8 Comments

1. Monsterhunter

Posts: 42; Member since: Oct 14, 2015

Why are we resorting to such garbage!!! Carry a portable battery pack!!! N thank you! Where are the new batteries that have been new tech. Like the science fair I Europe where a little girl/ boy developed a transistor that could charge your battery in 1min. Or MIT tech that is based on the egg concept. Common we need to Start a new revolution here. The mobile industry is worth billions and they still putting out crappie batteries.

2. Taters

Posts: 6474; Member since: Jan 28, 2013

What this industry needs is clone sims. Right now I have too many phones and the ideal situation would be carry two. One dies, pull out the other. Just need the carriers to let you buy multiple sims with the same numbers. I never actually had a phone die on me though so I think they are doing fine as is.

3. p51d007

Posts: 703; Member since: Nov 24, 2013

LOL, battery packs. Do like I did, give up on these stupid "flagships" that have high specs, high price, and high battery consumption. The best thing is like I did...buy a mid range with a HUGE battery. 4,100mAH Even on a heavy usage pattern, it's EASY to get 3 days battery life. I'll take that, over carrying around battery packs, cables, just to have some sort of NOT NEEDED flashy device.

4. phonehome

Posts: 812; Member since: Dec 19, 2014

I prefer Anker. And regardless of portable pack brand, NOTHING hardly compares to always having a spare fully charged INTERNAL battery for my GS5. Take notice, Samsung.

5. combatmedic870

Posts: 984; Member since: Sep 02, 2015

I have a small 3000 mah charger, that charges at 2.1A for emergency. I leave it in my car. I actually think it's the only 3000mah charger that charges at 2.1A. It's been good to me. After, I plug it into my car charger and charges during the car trip home and during the week. Done and done. This has been the best solution for me. I have a 6 inch charging cable and leave it in my pocket while it charges. Usually for long Friday and Saturday nights for me.

6. hellonerds

Posts: 334; Member since: Aug 27, 2013

I use a 5000 mah lipo on a converter.. I can charger my 5000mah pack in like 8 mins at 60amps then I use it to charge my note 4 like 1 and half times.. dangerous to play with lipo btw if you don't know what your doing.. lol

7. Acer_Predator unregistered

I have solar charger 30.000 mAh from aliexpress just for £15

8. ModMenTV

Posts: 8; Member since: Oct 27, 2015

I made a point to order one of these and I received it late last night, we will see how it performs against other devices similar to it.

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