The Anker PowerPort Cube currently has a neat little deal applied to it. For what is likely to be a limited period of time, you can save yourself a couple of bucks if you act with haste and get it into your cart right now.

Like most products of this nature, Anker is promoting the cute little PowerPort Cube as being a solution for people who not only need access to multiple outlets but who also want to tidy up their cables. By plugging this PowerPort Cube into one wall outlet, the owner will get access to six outlets for their appliances and small devices.

The Cube exposes a total of 3 AC outlets and 3 USB ports in order to power multiple different things on your desk that you may need on a day-to-day basis. The PowerPort Cube offers high-speed charging with an optimized charge to USB devices thanks to Anker’s “world-renowned” PowerIQ technology. The product is also extremely compact and highly portable, measuring in at less than 2.5-cubic inches. This means it takes up very little space when moving from place-to-place and makes a great travel companion.

Anker also offers a limited $25,000 connected equipment warranty with the product due to the fact that it comes with an enhanced protection system. It offers protections against overvoltage, fire resistance, over-temperature, over-current, short circuits, and overloads. Basically, if your device is being charged by this PowerPort Cube, you really don’t need to worry about it. And, you don’t have to pay full price, either! A double bonus.

Jump on over to the direct link below to capitalize on this deal. As they say, the money is better off in your pocket, so if you act now you can get this highly-rated product without having to pay full price. No coupons or discount codes are needed to unlock this price.

Buy: Anker PowerPort Cube USB Power Strip with 3 Outlets and 3 USB Ports from Amazon: $16.14 | Original price: $19

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