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Last Edited by kh0rneflakes August 10, 2016 at 10:05 PM
Allpowers 3400mAh Power Bank + USB LED lamp

This includes all colors that are available (Black, Blue, Silver and Gold)

Price before coupon: $7.99

30% Coupon code: P24JV6M6

Price after coupon: $5.99

https://www.amazon.com/ALLPOWERS-...B012ZEBZNO

Hopefully this is a good enough deal worth posting. 30% is a good amount but at these lower amounts and smaller power banks, this deal may only apply to those looking for a smaller power bank. I typically use larger ones.

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Link?
I can't believe I forgot the link. I never post so I totally forgot. Awesome.
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Thanks OP! I have a stash of these and these are great to bring with as they are so light- I also carry one in my backpack and I thread the cable through the earbud hole to charge my phone.
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Quote from ktamondo View Post :
Thanks OP! I have a stash of these and these are great to bring with as they are so light- I also carry one in my backpack and I thread the cable through the earbud hole to charge my phone.
That's a great idea to charge the phone without bringing the power bank out of backpack.
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I have like a million of these but couldn't resist the free USB lamp
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overpriced by a couple of dollars
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Quote from bluekiwi View Post :
overpriced by a couple of dollars

Prove it.... Or is this an opinion.
If your correct I apologize....



I take that back. I don't... It is just common courtesy to link a cheaper deal, provide actual proof to back up your claim. With out it, your thread crapping and not contributing you are, well... just being warm bag of vinegar with a hose coming out of it.

Just my opinion, don't have anything to back up my claim.
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General rule for power banks is a buck for every 1000mah. The lamp is less than a buck on eBay, but ships from China. I guess it's not a horrible deal if you need both products right now, but if you wait a week or two, you'll probably find a better deal.
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Just a word of warning to those thinking to give these as gifts to nieces and nephews: Pokemon Go will chew these little chargers up and spit them out like they were nuthin...
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General rule for power banks is a buck for every 1000mah. The lamp is less than a buck on eBay, but ships from China. I guess it's not a horrible deal if you need both products right now, but if you wait a week or two, you'll probably find a better deal.
Not a bad rule to follow...although for premium power banks that ACTUALLY use genuine Panasonic/Samsung cells, and which have efficient and reliable circuitry, and a warranty that can be trusted from a reputable brand (like Anker or R A V Power), I think spending more than $1 per 1000mAh is acceptable (and advisable for those that will heavily use/rely on a power bank).

For the generics though, that's about right. I've gotten a 5200mAh for $3 last year and a 6000mAh one for around $2.35 a month or so ago. Those were great prices, but $5 and $6 would have been acceptable for them.
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The only bummer is that it doesn’t have a carrying case so I don’t lose the charging cable in the depths of my purse. The instructions were actually applicable to the charger and were quite understandable.
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1+ full charges (over 6+ hours talking time) to an iPhone 5s, almost 1 full charge to a Samsung Galaxy S5 or one full charge to most other Android phones. I think this capacity is little small for me. However, weight is 2.8oz. That's will be more appreciated. lol
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Nice deal.
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The only bummer is that it doesn't have a carrying case so I don't lose the charging cable in the depths of my purse. The instructions were actually applicable to the charger and were quite understandable.
If you have any micro USB cable, you can charge this battery. Just FYI.
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