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MacNN Deals: Charge your iPhone with these battery packs
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Oct 20, 2015, 08:59 AM
Every day, alongside our regular Daily Deals, we are showcasing some of the offers available from our own MacNN Deals store. Today's highlights are all ways to recharge your mobile devices, including a high-capacity battery pack, one that tops itself up with solar power, a bundle of stackable chargers, and a nifty way to carry a charging cable.

Need a lot of power when you're out and about? The ZeroLemon ToughJuice 30,000mAh battery pack holds enough power to recharge a smartphone multiple times. The high capacity is also matched by its ability to charge up to four devices at the same time, with a total output of 6A and up to 2.4A for a single device. Usually $100, you can acquire this portable powerstation for $60 over the next four days, with free delivery.

If you are going outside for a long period of time, such as an extended vacation in the wilderness, you may want to look at the ZeroLemon Solarjuice Battery. While it has a capacity of 10,000mAh, it also includes a built-in solar panel, allowing it to slowly recharge itself for free. Ending in seven days, you can get this pack for $30 instead of $50, with free shipping.

The PowerPillar Stackable 3-Charger Bundle consists of two 3,000mAh portable battery packs and one 6,000mAh unit. All three can be stacked together on top of the charging base, allowing all of them to top up their power reserves while saving space. This stack is available in a mixed black and white bundle or all-white option, and while it is normally $73, you can grab it for $65 for the next three days, with free delivery.

Lastly, Cord2Go is a compact way to keep a charging cable handy. This holder contains a single USB connection along with one for microUSB or Lightning, with its body holding everything together neatly, and its small size allowing it to be kept inside a wallet for emergencies. Running for three days, this $36 accessory has been reduced down to $10 with free shipping.

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