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This Powerful, Quick Charging Power Bank Is Over Half Off With This Code

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Jack Kocsis Director of Commerce

Cyber Monday is known for routinely having good deals on tech products, and this year is no different. We got our readers a discount code on a very slim, compact power bank. This 26800mAh USB PD portable charger is compatible with the following devices: New Type-C iPad Pro/Macbook/new 13″ MacBook Air with Retina display, iPhone Xs XR X 8, etc. Pretty much anything that uses USB Type-C, including phones from Samsung, Nexus, Pixel and the Nintendo Switch. 

This power bank features Quick Charge for charging (PD 3.0/2.0, QC 3.0/2.0) and fast recharging (PD 3.0/2.0, QC 3.0/QC2.0, 5V/1.5A), with 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 over half off with the code D7UUGC5YThis is the lowest price you’ll be able to get this for all year:

Normally $80, this portable charger is 51 percent off with this code (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $80, this portable charger is 51 percent off with this code (Photo via Amazon)

[Upgraded] 26800mAh USB PD Portable Charger QC 3.0 Quick Charge Power Bank External Battery Nintendo Switch, iPhone Xs XR X 8, MacBook/New Type-C iPad Pro/MacBook Air Power Delivery Support (Black) on sale for $38.99 with code D7UUGC5Y

This portable charger is an upgraded version of the one we found you on Black Friday, since this one has a Quick Charge mode with PD & QC function, plus 18W power delivery. This discount code expires on December 2.

Photo via Amazon

Photo via Amazon

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