Clip a coupon to snag Aukey's 10000mAH USB-C Power Bank for only $18
Between checking your email, browsing your social media feeds, using GPS apps, streaming music, watching videos, and texting the group chat, it can be easy to drain even the most modern smartphones under normal use. That's why everyone should have a power bank around. If you don't have a portable battery in your daily carry, it's time to change that fact. Amazon is offering the Aukey 10000mAh USB-C Power Bank (opens in new tab) for only $18 today when you clip the on-page coupon. This model is currently on sale for $20 without the clip coupon, which is pretty affordable on its own, but saving a couple extra bucks is always nice. When not on sale, the power bank sells for around $25. You'll get free shipping on this order by either spending at least $25 or by using Amazon Prime (opens in new tab).
While some power banks can be bulky, this one isn't. It's slim enough that you can hold it while using it, or even slip it in your pocket while you're walking around. It is capable of simultaneously charging devices over USB-C and USB-A, with a total output of 15W. The AiPower adaptive charging technology means your devices will be topped up as fast as it can handle, at 5V 3A for USB-C and at up to 5V 2.4A for the USB-A port. Basically, it charges your stuff quickly. Charging with this model is safe too since it has built-in protections against overheating, overcharging, and excessive current. Your purchase includes a 45-day money-back guarantee and a two-year warranty for added peace of mind.
With a 10,000mAh capacity, the power bank can fully charge modern phones up to three times before needing to be recharged itself. You can use it to gain some extra life out of your tablet and headphones, too. So far, 89 customer reviews (opens in new tab) have left this with an average of 4.3 out of 5 stars.
If you don't have a charging cable that you plan on using with your purchase today, I highly recommend this 3-in-1 option (opens in new tab) from Anker. It features micro-USB, USB-C, and Lightning connectors, so you can charge all sorts of devices without the need for multiple cables.
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