Get a $50 solar-powered 10,000 mAh power bank for $14

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Amazon is currently selling a highly-rated ZeroLemon SolarJuice power bank for almost 70% off. To take advantage of this incredible deal, use coupon code Q7RVCPQ2 while checking out. The price will drop to $14. It’s also eligible for prime shipping. 


mi_band_1s_xiaomiSee also: Xiaomi just released a 20,000 mAh Mi power bank with Quick Charge 2.0 for $24… AND a fitness band for $1516

This portable external battery is rainproof, shockproof, and comes with a 36-month warranty from the manufacturer. The device is perfect for hikers or outdoorsy people, as it’s capable of recharging itself completely via solar panels. It takes about 8 hours of direct-sunlight charging to get about a 50% charge on most devices. This might sound like quite a bit of time, but the device is intended for emergencies and casual use. If you’re going camping but want to keep your smartphone charged, for instance, this deal is for you!

The power bank’s capacity is 10,000 mAh. In addition, it has an LED flashlight and four display LEDs to indicate its battery levels.

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Like the idea of an inexpensive external battery but don’t have any interest in the solar aspect? We’ve got a bonus deal for you, then. Kmashi is offering a 15,000 mAh power bank  for only $12.50. To redeem this offer, add the external battery to your cart on Amazon and use the code DNWS3612 before checking out. This one comes with a 12-month warranty.

Both of these are pretty incredible deals, but the ZeroLemon power bank has the added cool-factor of solar charging, even if it does have a somewhat lower capacity. It’s a hard call between the two of them, but I think I might grab the Kmashi just because last time I spent more than ten minutes outside was when I went to check the mail and accidentally locked myself out of the house.

What do you guys think? Solar or more charge?

By | 2015-11-17T01:00:05+00:00 November 17th, 2015|Android Related, Just the Tablets|0 Comments

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