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Amazon Lightning Deal on 24000mAh Portable Charger for Cell Phones, Tablets, and Other USB Devices

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If you need a new portable external battery — or know someone who does — check out this Amazon Lightning deal for a 24000mAh charger on sale now. (Perfect for CRJ-200 and Southwest flights!)

This Ruipu Direct Power Bank is particularly interesting because it displays how much of the unit’s battery life remains, percentage-wise. No worrying about little lights or other indicators that might not make it obvious how much power your charger has left. (The LED display seems to be a hallmark of Ruipu Direct Power Banks.)

It’s MSRP is $30.99, but the Lightning Deal drops it down to $23.99.

Dual USB ports charge two devices simultaneously, auto detects your device to deliver its fastest possible charge speed up to 2.1 A,” the product description says. 

FWIW, there’s also a four-port version on sale for $28.18 (after $2 instant coupon).

It also has overcharge & over-discharge protection, input overvoltage protection & output overvoltage protection, output current protection, and short circuit protection.

The unit comes with a two-year warranty.

Just a heads-up: the Lightning Deal runs for four days but is already starting to move somewhat quickly.

–Chris

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1 Comment

  1. Bear in mind… Any device over 20000 mAh is almost guaranteed to be confiscated if you transit or fly to a Chinese airport. And trust me, the Chinese security people are thorough and merciless on this subject.

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