Keep Your Devices Charged Anywhere You Go Through The Holidays With This Slim, Portable Power Bank

Jack Kocsis | Director of Commerce

I do a lot of traveling over the holidays, which means that for me having an external battery is more important than ever this time of year. You’ve probably had a power bank for a few years now, but as phone life becomes less and less reliable, it is now imperative to have one that is not only powerful but also portable enough to carry around throughout the day.

This 26800mAh power bank is very slim when compared to similar capacity power banks, making it an ideal accessory in this day and age. It features 3 inputs and 4 iSmart outlets that can automatically detect and adjust the charging current to produce the fastest speed. Its Type-C port can be used for both input and output. As part of an extended Black Friday/Cyber Monday Week deal, you can get this charger for half off with the code XOOW7DNDThis is the lowest price you’ll be able to get this for all year:

Normally $60, this power bank is 50 percent off with the code (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $60, this power bank is 50 percent off with the code (Photo via Amazon)

26800mAh Power Bank Portable Charger USB Type C Battery Pack with 3 Input & 4 iSmart Output for MacBook Nintendo Switch iPhone iPad Nexus Samsung Huawei (Black) on sale for $29.95 with code XOOW7DND

The high speed for charging (5V-2.4A, 5V-3A) and recharging (5V-2.6A, 5V-2A) is essential for this device. Act now before the code expires on December 2.

Photo via Amazon

Photo via Amazon

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