We carry a bunch of tech with us each day, and all of our devices need charging so it is a great idea to carry a power bank. If you're going to be away from an outlet for a long period of time, it makes even more sense to take a high-capacity battery with you so you don't have to worry, and Aukey is offering two such power banks at a significant discount for a limited time.
The first is the Aukey 30000mAh USB-C Power Bank (opens in new tab). It's a fully-featured device that usually sells for $76.99 but currently has a $20 coupon on its product page taking the price down to a new low of $56.99, though that coupon could disappear at a moment's notice.
Aukey 30000mAh USB-C Power Bank (opens in new tab)
You can power up your devices quickly with this 30000mAh power bank, and get them to 100% multiple times over before you need to recharge it. It has two USB-A outputs as well as a USB-C PD port. Clip the on-page coupon to drop the price.
As the product name suggests, this battery has a huge capacity. At 30000mAh, it can charge an iPhone 8 over 11 times, and even has enough juice to charge up tablets and laptops a couple of times over. It has two USB-A outputs, one of which is Quick Charge 3.0-enabled, as well as a USB-C output that offers 30W Power Delivery. That means it is perfect for powering up larger devices like the Nintendo Switch or your MacBook. That USB-C port is also used for speedily recharging the power bank itself, and there's a micro-USB input that can be used at the same time for an even faster refill.
A USB-C cable is included with your purchase, as is a 24-month warranty.
Aukey 30000mAh USB Power Bank (opens in new tab)
If you're going to be away from an outlet for a while, you ought to bring along this high-capacity dual-USB power bank. When full, it can power phones up to 10 times over and larger items like tablets twice. Use the on-page coupon to save.
The deal given is no longer valid and we do not have a better one. However, we have found some similar deals
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If you're not yet all-in on USB-C, you could opt for Aukey's Dual-USB 30000mAh Power Bank (opens in new tab) instead and spend even less. It usually goes for $44.99 but an $8 on-page coupon drops its price down to only $36.99. That's within a couple of dollars of its best price ever and the lowest we've seen in over a year.
It has the same high capacity with two USB-A ports with a combined 4.8A output. It also has an LED flashlight, so is a great option for taking on camping trips. It makes use of micro-USB and Lightning for its inputs so you can likely use the cables you have lying around to get it back to full, too.
Adam Oram is a Senior Writer at iMore. He studied Media at Newcastle University and has been writing about technology since 2013. He previously worked as an Apple Genius and as a Deals Editor at Thrifter. His spare time is spent watching football (both kinds), playing Pokémon games, and eating vegan food. Follow him on Twitter at @adamoram.
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