I only recommend a handful of products repeatedly on my blog, and they’re all ones that I carry in my backpack. Anker is one I’ve recommended for years and I really love their products. They just work. I’ve never had an Anker product fail on me, so I can’t vouch for their customer service or warranty reliability. I use their batteries, car chargers, and a few of their power hubs.
As part of an anniversary celebration, they have a number of products I use discounted at least 30% today only:
It has two charging ports and will charge up to 3 amps, meaning you can charge an iPhone and iPad at the same time.
While I didn’t review this exact battery, I did have one (ended up giving it to one of my employees). But, it performs somewhere in between the 13400 and the 20000 I reviewed here. You should expect to charge your iPhone about 6 times with this battery. I paid $39.99 when I bought this battery years ago. I think $24.69 is a great price for this 2nd-gen battery.
I have a 10,000 mAh battery which I reviewed, so you can see my actual results with this size battery here. I paid $32.99 for mine, so this is a phenomenal price.
I paid $28.99 just two months ago for this charger. It’s literally half what I paid today. It charges things ridiculously fast in the car, including the kids’ iPads. I can get better than a 25% battery charge in less than 10 minutes in the car. Best car charger hands down, unless you need one to help with senility (like me, most of the time).
I literally just bought these, and definitely paid more money. I can’t vouch for longevity, but the thing I love about these cables is that they don’t tangle. At all. Other braided cables I bought previously get annoying kinks in them, so I stopped buying them. The kinks in the wire is a subtle thing, but design is what Anker does best. I used to think it wasn’t worth it to spend more on cables. It’s early testing these out, but I believe these are worth the investment.
Amazon’s Return Policy Is Your Friend
You get what you pay for, in most cases. There are cheaper batteries and cables out there. They just don’t charge as well or last as long.
If you haven’t tried an Anker product and are on the fence, I’d take advantage of the fantastic prices on these products today. You can always return them if you really don’t like them, though I doubt that will be the case. Amazon’s return policy is pretty generous in these situations, and you’re not likely to see these items cheaper anytime soon.
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