Snag a 10,000mAh OnePlus power bank for $13.30 and save 30%

Snag a 10,000mAh OnePlus power bank for $13.30 and save 30%
Besides the smartphone itself, perhaps the most important invention for power users is the accessory that allows them to roam far from outlets. This is the creation that stops businessmen and teens alike from being slaves to the battery icon on their handset's status bar. If you guessed that we're talking about a 100-foot power cord, BUZZ!; you're wrong and thanks for playing. Actually, we are discussing the power bank.

We fondly remember the days when the mophie Juice Pack offered iPhone users protection and extra battery life. Inside the case was a battery that in the early days would double the battery life for an iPhone user. Then came the power bank. Owning one was like having extra batteries in your pocket. And the pricing of these great devices has been coming down even as battery capacity has been rising. Take OnePlus' 30% off sale on its 10,000mAh unit. The 30% discount takes the price down on the OnePlus power bank from $19 to $13.30 (before shipping). You can save money on the product that will fully charge the battery on your Samsung Galaxy S8 up to three times while on the fly.

The OnePlus power banks are available in Sandstone Black and Silk White, two shades that should remind you of the OnePlus One. The power bank charges at 5V/2A for one device, and  5V/1A for two devices. It takes 5 and a half hours to recharge the unit, which comes with a USB cable inside the box.

International shipping requirements limit orders to two power banks per order. Speaking of shipping, standard delivery is $6.99 while priority is $24.99. The total cost of purchasing one power bank with standard delivery will be $20.29; that is still on the low end of pricing for a 10,000mAh power bank.

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source: OnePlus

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3 Comments

1. Plasticsh1t

Posts: 3091; Member since: Sep 01, 2014

Does it come with the dash drink?

2. remixfa

Posts: 14605; Member since: Dec 19, 2008

Yea, but it doesnt fast charge. No thanks. lol

3. Mreveryphone

Posts: 1793; Member since: Apr 22, 2014

I have the white one and would recommend getting the black one. The white one takes on scratches from a cotton ball... But it does charge my devices pretty fast even though it's not a fast charging power bank...

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