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SAVE $50: Keep your electronics going with the portable Anker 747 power bank on sale for $99.99 at Amazon, down from $149.99. That’s a discount of 33%.
The anxiety of electronics running out of battery is something none of us need to deal with in our daily lives. We not only rely on our phones and laptops for work tasks, but we also can’t afford to miss the dopamine hit from the picture doggy daycare just sent over. Never run out of juice again with a quality power bank that can power all your tech for 33% off today.
As of Oct. 18, grab the Anker 747 power bank for $99.99. That’s a savings of $50 off the list price of $149.99 (which is the true base retail price at Anker’s store), or a discount of 33%. The power bank has two USB-C and two USB-A connections and is compatible with devices like the iPhone 13, MacBook Pro, Dell XPS, Samsung S21, iPad Pro, and many more.
The power bank comes in a bundle with a 65W wall charger that Anker says recharges the power bank in 2.5 hours, compared to over 17 hours it would take with a regular 5W charger. The power bank itself has room to charge up to four devices at once and comes with one USB-C to USB-C cable and a travel pouch.
Anker says the 747 power bank can charge a MacBook Pro 13.4-inch laptop in 2 hours and 14 minutes, while a Dell XPS 13 9380 takes 2 hours and 54 minutes to recharge. If you’re charging your iPhone 13 Pro, the Anker 747 Power Bank can re-juice your phone five times on one charge thanks to its 25,600mAh capacity. You can also charge lower-power devices like headphones and Bluetooth speakers with the power bank’s trickle-charging mode.
Melt away the stress of a low-battery warning with the Anker 747 power bank and power up through the holidays.
Lauren Allain is a freelance journalist covering deals at Mashable. She graduated from Western Washington University with a B.A. in journalism and holds an M.B.A from Webster Leiden. You can find more of her work online from publications including Reader’s Digest, U.S. News & World Report, Seattle Refined, and more. When she’s not writing, Lauren prefers to be outside hiking, bouldering, swimming, or searching for the perfect location for all three.