Okay if you're buying a battery pack, you have a need for mobile energy.
>>>You should also care and understand that when your phone has no juice, and you're nowhere near a power source, then price becomes less important, and the need for energy more important.
>>>Let's focus not specifically on PRICE right now, but on the 5000mAh which has been decided is needed. (They sell many other battery packs which are greater and less than 5000mAh.)
Most 5000mAh external batteries are within the same price range(give or take 20 bux), with ranging product quality.
>>>I cannot speak for this particular product, and for 5000mAh, the price is fair.
Two brands that I've seen reviewed, and I would feel comfortable with are 'Anker' and 'New Trent'. They sell various battery packs.
>>>"Anker® Astro 5600mAh" $29.99 ! LINK ![amazon.com]
>>"New Trent iTorch IMP52D 5200mAh" $39.95! LINK ![amazon.com]
>>>YES, they cost more money. But look at all the great reviews. (Hundreds of reviews with high stars)
>>>If you're in a situation where you need energy, why not invest and get something known to be awesome? It's only $10-20 more depending on the brand. This slight price difference is irrelevant when you need the energy. Even on that train/bus ride home...you don't have to be in the mountains to need/want the best battery pack solution.
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