Grab a Samsung Fast Charge power bank for more than half off here!

Grab a Samsung Fast Charge power bank for more than half off here!

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Summer's here and it's time for those trips and hikes. If you haven't got backup power yet (or need more of it), it's a good idea to grab a power bank or two! That way, you make sure your phone or tablet won't be dying on you if you happen to spend too much time away from a power outlet.

DailySteals has a cool deal on a brand-new Samsung Fast Charge 5,100 mAh power pack. Instead of $59.99, you pay $24.99.

How much is 5,100 mAh good for? Well, with today's flagships, we have around 3,000 — 3,200 mAh juiceboxes inside the phone. So, this powerbank should do good for an extra full charge and then some to spare, essentially adding a day to your phone usage! And, being a Fast Charge power bank, you will get quick top-ups for your Galaxy flagship.

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15 Comments

1. 36thDisciple

Posts: 28; Member since: Apr 21, 2014

A 5,100 mAh power bank will not give you 5,100 mAh of power, unfortunately. More like 3,500 to 4,000 mAh.

4. buccob

Posts: 2975; Member since: Jun 19, 2012

I was about to comment the same.... The technical knowledge of PA's authors is terrible for a mobile tech page... I have a 10000mAh PowerBank that gives me exactly 2 full charges of my Xperia XZ (2900mAh) So, a 5100mAh bank would give you around a full charge for a ~3000mAh phone... Maybe a bit more like you said. But the bank cannot fully provide its charge for several reasons, efficiency, chemistry damage, among others.

5. Trinton

Posts: 5; Member since: May 31, 2018

how do you like your Xperia? I been thinking about one.

12. buccob

Posts: 2975; Member since: Jun 19, 2012

Honestly, I like my XZ, but it is an old device and it's starting to show... I think Sony is one OEM to blame for crippling performance after major updates... I am considering the XZ1 because i still have accessories I want to use with the headphone jack, and the design is more appealing to me than the XZ2, in regards to the fingerprint scanner, thickness and looks... And the front camera is also better. I will stay with Sony a little bit more, I like their Android customizations, but I don't like the direction they are taking. If you want the best of the best, Xperia is NOT it, however i truly enjoy their devices overall. No major complaints For comparison, I don't like the redundancy on Samsung devices, nor the limitations of iOS

15. Trinton

Posts: 5; Member since: May 31, 2018

i agree on samsung and apple. i never understood why people will tolerate the limitations of iOS , and pay more to do it.

14. KParks23

Posts: 730; Member since: Oct 13, 2010

When I read huge I thought yeah just what I need. I'm thinking 20,000 mha then open the article and have my usual WTF phone arena moment!

2. Cat97

Posts: 1937; Member since: Mar 02, 2017

5100 is "huge" ? Joke of the day :)

3. warrenellis93

Posts: 550; Member since: Jul 21, 2011

Thats a fair deal considering its a fast charge.

11. southernzombie

Posts: 357; Member since: Jan 17, 2017

and considering its from a major brand

6. Trinton

Posts: 5; Member since: May 31, 2018

huge as in physical size? lol

7. gamehead unregistered

I can probably get a bigger battery bank for less with a flashlight

8. Bfrenz

Posts: 285; Member since: Aug 26, 2012

Maybe its "huge" in Europe. I don't have a damn clue.

9. skymitch89

Posts: 1453; Member since: Nov 05, 2010

That power bank is "huge" in size, not in capacity. I have a 5100mAh pack from Samsung and it is no thicker or wider than my Note 8 with case (pack is model # EB-PG950).

10. jmonteiro829

Posts: 265; Member since: Feb 13, 2012

Pffttt.... I paid about 20 bucks for an Aukey battery bank with 20000mAh. It also has a LED Flash Light and 2 USB ports... one with Quickcharge.

13. legiloca

Posts: 1676; Member since: Nov 11, 2014

now That's a better deal

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