Grab a 10,000mAh USB-C power bank for a measly price of just $16.99 today. It’s perfect for iPhone, iPad and Android users that are always on the go.
If you’ve noticed that we share a lot of deals on AUKEY products with you, that’s because we absolutely do. We think that AUKEY makes some of the best accessories around, at great prices, so when we see something available as part of a deal we just have to share it with you. That’s exactly what is happening here, with a 10,000mAh battery pack available for a fraction of its normal asking price.
That normal asking price is around $23, but right now if you enter the super special discount code, one of this great little battery packs can be yours for just $16.99.
Buy: AUKEY 10,000mAh USB-C Battery Pack from Amazon: $16.99 using code AUKEYR45 | Original price: $23
What makes this battery pack so great is the fact that it can recharge almost anything so long as it uses a USB-A or a USB-C cable. That means that if you have a recent Android device, or an iPhone and iPad combination as well as the required cables, you’re good to go. The pack is good for charging an iPhone XS three times, or a Galaxy Note 9 twice. Even the iPad Pro can get in on the act, with a 12.9-inch 2018 iPad Pro charging to around 70%.
Other features include an LED indicator to show you how much power there is in your battery pack, as well as micro USB and USB-C cables in the box, along with a two-year warranty should anything go awry. The cables itself usually will set you back $10 when purchased separately therefore the entire $16.99 package is a huge steal if you’re asking us!
This deal won’t be around forever though, so if a new battery pack is something you could make use of, now is the time to place your order.
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