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5 Best Car Chargers For iPhone X

One of the things that are a real downer about car chargers is that, more often than not, they don’t do much more than trickle charge your phone, and that’s when they work. This is almost always the case for car chargers that you buy from a gas station or local store. To get a good one, you really do have to do your research and shop online.

iPhone X Car Charger

ImgAmazon.com LinkBrandProductAmazon.com LinkPrice on Amazon.com
AUKEYAUKEY Car Charger695.17
AnkerAnker Quick Charge 3.0 & USB Check Price
BC MasterBC Master Fast USB Car Charger Quick Charge22.98
RAVPowerUSB C Car Charger RAVPower7.99
MeagoesMeagoes Dual USB Fast Car Charger AdapterCheck Price

Unfortunately, this is a serious problem, particularly for phones that have a larger battery and take a longer time to charge like the iPhone X. Usually, they can’t do much more than keep your phone at the percentage it’s at, and if you don’t touch your phone, you might gain a couple percent’s worth of battery by the top of the hour.

If you’re done with this nonsense and want a real car charger, follow along below and we’ll show you our favorites for the iPhone X. You can say goodbye to trickle charging from now on, because you’ll be getting your fast charging on with these car chargers.

BC Master 34.5W Charger

First up is the BC Master, a 34.5W Car Charger. Your iPhone X is capable of fast charging at a rate of 30 watts, so this car charger has just a few more than that. This works well in the event that you wanted to charge a second device at the same, as it does come with a USB-C port in addition to the USB-A port for your iPhone X. It’s also a fairly slim design, so it won’t take up much room in  your console area.

Buy it now: Amazon

Aukey 36W PD Charger

Secondly, we have this sleek-looking Aukey 36W PD Charger. You wont’ find any trickle charging in this charger — hook up your lightning cable to the USB-A port and you’ll be charging your iPhone X at speeds that you would see from the wall outlet at home. This car charger works for more than just the iPhone X, though. There’s a secondary USB-C port that you can use for other devices, say, an Android phone like the Galaxy Note 8 or Galaxy S9 — it’s up to you! And if you want, you can charge two devices at the same time!

Buy it now: Amazon

Anker 54W PowerDrive+ 4

Next up, is the Anker 54W PowerDrive+ 4. Yes, this car charger is actually capable of outputting up to 54 watts, even though your iPhone X can only receive up to 30 (due to protections built-in, your iPhone X will never receive more than 30 watts). It’s able to handle four devices at a time, so due to its extra wattage, you should, in theory, be able to charge every device hooked up it at a fast charging rate. And because it’s such a high wattage, there’s a built-in chip keeping you protected against voltage spikes, temp increases and over charging.

Buy it now: Amazon

RAVPower Charger

Another charger you might want to consider is the RAVPower Charger. With this charger, you get two ports: first, a USB-A “smart” port that automatically detects how much wattage your phone is able to handle. In the case of the iPhone X, it would charge it at its designated fast charging rate of 30 watts, giving you the fastest possible charge (the same charge you would get from a wall outlet). Then, you have a secondary USB-C port, allowing you to charge devices with a USB-C port (you would need a USB-C to USB-C cable). A nice addition to this car charger is just how confident RAVPower is in their product: with your purchase you get a 30-month warranty protecting you against any defects.

Buy it now: Amazon

Meagoes PD Car Charger

Finally, we have the Meagoes PD Car Charger. This Car Charger is very similar to the RAVPower Charger in that has the two ports — a primary USB-A Port and then a USB-C port. The USB-A works great for charging your iPhone X at its fastest possible speeds. The USB-C will offer similar speeds to whatever device you hooked up to it, that is, depending if said device supports the higher wattage.

 

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Verdict

So, out of these five great car chargers, which one should you pick up? We recommend going with the Meagoes PD Car Charger. It offers great speeds for your iPhone X, and has a slim profile — this means that your car charger isn’t going to take up a lot of space in your console area. If you’re charging multiple devices, you can’t go wrong with the Anker 54 PowerDrive+.

iPhone X Car Charger

ImgAmazon.com LinkBrandProductAmazon.com LinkPrice on Amazon.com
AUKEYAUKEY Car Charger695.17
AnkerAnker Quick Charge 3.0 & USB Check Price
BC MasterBC Master Fast USB Car Charger Quick Charge22.98
RAVPowerUSB C Car Charger RAVPower7.99
MeagoesMeagoes Dual USB Fast Car Charger AdapterCheck Price

5 Best Car Chargers For Galaxy Note 9

One of the unfortunate thing about car chargers is that they’re not always made with quality materials and high safety standards. Many car chargers that you pick up from a local gas station or for a cheap at a store are going to fail you not long after you buy it: it might short out or simply stop working. In some of the worst cases, it can short out your phone with it if safety standards aren’t up to par. A lot of car chargers don’t even support fast charging, so your phone actually trickle charges in the car, often only going up a couple percent after an hour or so in the car. That’s why you need to make sure you’re purchasing a good car charger. So, where do you get one? Amazon is a good place to start, as they offer charging products from reputable manufacturers. Here are our top picks.

ProductBrandNamePrice
Jelly CombCar Charger, Jelly Comb 6 Ports 65W/13A Rapid USB Multi-Port Car ChargerBuy on Amazon|$16.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:31 ET)
BelkinBelkin Road Rockstar with 4 USB Ports for Front and Backseat ChargingCheck Price on Amazon
AUKEYAUKEY Car Charger with 24W Output, Aluminum Alloy Flush Fit & 4.8A Dual USB PortsBuy on Amazon|$12.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:31 ET)
ScoscheScosche ReVolt Dual USB 12W Car ChargerBuy on Amazon|$19.51(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:31 ET)
AnkerAnker 39W Dual USB Car Charger with Quick Charge 3.0Buy on Amazon|$17.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:31 ET)

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Jelly Comb

First up, we’re looking at the Jelly Comb, which will allow you to charge a ton of devices at once while in the car. It has a total of 6 USB-A ports, so you can plug in all types of USB cables for different devices, say, your Galaxy Note 9, tablet, power bank, and maybe even a friend’s smartphone. It’s a 65-watt charger, so it can produce quite a charge, but do note that your charging time may increase based on how many devices you have plugged in at once. Quality wise, the Jelly Comb is a great choice. Made out of industrial materials for the housing and circuitry, you know this car charger will last.

Buy it now: Amazon

Belkin Road Rockstar

Belkin has made all sorts of power and electronic accessories for years now. From power strips all the way up to routers, Belkin makes phenomenal products. This charger is rather neat, as it’ll let people in the backseat charge devices while you charge yours in the front. There’s two USB-A ports on the car charger itself, and then there’s an extension block that can reach all the way to the back of the car. It has a total 7.2 amp output, so it can charge devices rather quickly, though your charge time does decrease the more devices the Belkin Road Rockstar is charging at once.

Buy it now: Amazon

AUKEY Car Charger

AUKEY Is another prolific brand in the power products, and their car chargers are of the utmost quality. There are few car chargers out there that support Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 3.0, but the Aukey Car Charger does. You can charge two devices up to a 2.4amp output, and with Qualcomm Quick Charge, you should be able to charge your phone at a speedy rate. The AUKEY Car Charger has a ton of built-in circuitry protections as well — you have protection against overcharging, power spikes, and more. That said, you can expect the AUKEY Car Charger to last a long time without blowing out.

Buy it now: Amazon

Scosche Revolt

Scosche is another great brand for power products. You might’ve not heard of them before, but the Revolt has some great features. You get a total of 12 watts of output, which translates to about 2.4 amps per port. It doesn’t support Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 itself, but it does have its own “Colossal” charge, which allows you to charge devices up at a fast rate. There’s a bunch of safety features built into the Scosche Revolt as well, keeping you safe from power surges, overcharging, and more. Check it out for yourself at the link below.

Buy it now: Amazon

Anker Quick Charge

Last, but certainly not least, we have the Anker Quick Charge car charger. Anker is another prolific maker of power products. This car charger actually support Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 2.0, and can charge two devices simultaneously. With this technology, any Qualcomm-supported device is able to be charged up to 80% in just 35 minutes. You can tell this in the amount of power that the Anker Quick Charge is able to output: a whole 39 watts of power. If you’re worried about blowing out this car charger, don’t — Anker throws in an 18-month warranty to give you peace of mind from short circuiting, over charging, and other power problems.

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Verdict

As you can see, there are a lot of great car chargers available on the market for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. All of these devices will keep your phone safe from harm, while being able to charge it a fast rate. We especially like the Quick Charge supported car chargers that can charge up your phone in a hurry.

ProductBrandNamePrice
Jelly CombCar Charger, Jelly Comb 6 Ports 65W/13A Rapid USB Multi-Port Car ChargerBuy on Amazon|$16.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:31 ET)
BelkinBelkin Road Rockstar with 4 USB Ports for Front and Backseat ChargingCheck Price on Amazon
AUKEYAUKEY Car Charger with 24W Output, Aluminum Alloy Flush Fit & 4.8A Dual USB PortsBuy on Amazon|$12.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:31 ET)
ScoscheScosche ReVolt Dual USB 12W Car ChargerBuy on Amazon|$19.51(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:31 ET)
AnkerAnker 39W Dual USB Car Charger with Quick Charge 3.0Buy on Amazon|$17.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:31 ET)

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5 Best Bluetooth Keyboards for Your Android Phone or Tablet in 2019

Modern Android smartphones are so capable that they can entirely replace desktop computers and home entertainment centers. You can use them to watch high-definitions movies on your TV, edit Excel spreadsheets and write Word documents, browse the web, play games, chat with your friends, or read the news. And you can do all these things even more comfortably with a good Bluetooth keyboard.

Best Bluetooth Keyboards 2017

Logitech K780 Multi-Device Wireless Keyboard

Logitech may be the most popular manufacturer of computer peripherals, and the company certainly never fails to introduce products that scream “buy me!” The K780 Bluetooth keyboard isn’t cheap, but let us tell you right away that it’s worth the price.

As its name suggests, the main feature is the ability to switch between multiple devices without always having to repeat the pairing process. The F-row features three white keys, which allow you to jump from your PC or Mac to your phone or tablet with a press of a button.

Integrated into the keyboard is a smartphone slash tablet stand. The stand isn’t adjustable, but we have found the angle to be just right—Logitech definitely rigorously tested the keyboard before releasing it to the market.

Because this is a full-sized keyboard, it comes with an integrated numpad and spacious keycaps. The caps are round and slightly dented, helping your fingers reliably land right in the center. We were pleased with the typing experience and found it comparable to high-end laptop keyboards. The Logitech K780 could easily be used as the main keyboard for any PC or Mac—that’s not something we can say about many Bluetooth keyboards.

Anker Bluetooth Ultra-Slim Keyboard

Sometimes the most basic solution is the best one. In the case of Bluetooth keyboards, small size and inviting price are the two main things we want to see when we shop for a keyboard that will spend most of its life inside a backpack, where it will inevitably encounter all kinds of nasty backpack grime.

Anker has cooked up a brilliant basic Bluetooth keyboard that’s 30% smaller than traditional full-size keyboards and weighs only 6.7 ounces. The keyboard takes two AAA batteries, which provide enough power for over three months of semi-regular use.

Just like with the much more expensive Bluetooth keyboard from Logitech, the Anker Ultra-Slim Keyboard works with all modern operating systems and features convenient shortcut keys for iOS, Android, Mac, and Windows.

The keyboard uses membrane switches, which are known for not being as accurate as laptop-style scissor switches or full-blown mechanical switches. Indeed, you probably wouldn’t write a novel on this keyboard, and attempting to do so would defeat the purpose of this product. This keyboard is meant to be used occasionally, and it accomplishes what it set to accomplish without a hitch.

1byone Foldable Bluetooth Keyboard

This foldable keyboard from 1byone isn’t much larger than a wallet, yet it uses fairly large keycaps and a familiar layout. When folded, the keyboard is less than 6” wide and protected by a sturdy plastic shell from all sides. You can carelessly toss it inside your backpack knowing that nothing is going to happen to it.

The 1byone foldable keyboard uses Bluetooth 3.0, which ensures compatibility with most Bluetooth-enabled devices on the market. You can easily pair it with your device by pressing Fn+C, and the Smart On/Off feature will automatically turn the keyboard off anytime it detects that you’re not using it.

Instead of using replaceable batteries, this slim keyboard has an integrated 210mAh rechargeable lithium battery, which works for 64 hours of continuous use or 114 days in standby mode. The battery recharges using an included USB cable in less than 4 hours.

BATTOP Foldable Bluetooth Keyboard with Kickstand

Until we got our hands on the BATTOP foldable keyboard, we’d always assumed that taking notes on a smartphone would be a chore. On the one hand, you’re risking losing your thumbs as a result of trying to write using a virtual keyboard, and, on the other hand, you’re risking losing your reputation because pairing a smartphone with a full-sized Bluetooth keyboard looks ridiculous, especially if you also throw a smartphone stand to the mix.

Being less than 10” wide in its open state, the BATTOP keyboard isn’t much larger than modern phablets. The keyboard can be folded into a slim gray box that resembles a pen case. The profile of the keyboard is slim, even though it comes with an integrated kickstand. You are free to adjust the angle of the stand as you please, and the hinge is strong enough to support even large tablets.

Of course, with any keyboard that’s so small as this one, your typing comfort will suffer. It takes a while to get used to the smaller keycaps, but it’s doable. If you want a Bluetooth keyboard that you can fit into any pocket and carry with you all the time, spending a few hours adjusting to its smaller size shouldn’t be a huge problem for you.

Fosmon Portable Mini Bluetooth Keyboard with Built-In Touchpad

The last Bluetooth keyboard on our list is a perfect addition to your Chromecast-powered home entertainment system. Fosmon has created a small keyboard with built-in touchpad and LED backlighting, and they offer it at an enticing price. A keyboard like this is best suited for web browsing or occasional chatting. Not only does it work with Android devices, Apple products, and Windows laptops and smartphone, but it also supports the PS3 and PS4. The only limitation is that the touchpad doesn’t work with the Apple iPhone and iPad.

Best Bluetooth Keyboards 2017

5 Best Selfie Sticks For Galaxy Note 9

The world runs on selfies these days. Most cameras that are made are advertised as having special “selfie” modes for taking the perfect photo, whether it be on your own or with friends in the selfie — the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has an excellent camera — rear and front-facing — so you’ll be able to take great selfies. Sometimes though, even the best cameras just aren’t able to get the right angle or enough field of view to get everyone in the picture. With a selfie stick, you can attach your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 to it and get a nice, wide angle shot. Some selfie sticks just aren’t worth trusting with your phone though — you certainly don’t want to break a $1000 device. So, which selfie stick should you pick up? Here are our top picks.

Selfie Stick For Galaxy Note 9

Mocreo 360

If you want one of the best selfie sticks on the market, we recommend picking up the Mocreo 360 — it’s been through a few revisions, so it’s better than ever. It connects up to the Galaxy Note 9 by way of Bluetooth, and will allow you to remotely take selfies from the button near the bottom of the selfie stick (so around the handle). This selfie stick works to maximize light with its 360-degree fill light rotation, so you should be able to take some really wicked selfies with this one. It supports all of the latest phones, so in addition to the Galaxy Note 9, it’ll work with most anything else.

Buy it now: Amazon

Selfie World 5-in-1 Stick

This is one of the better selfie sticks on the market because it requires no batteries. It’s actually able to draw enough power from your phone to power the selfie stick, too. Simply put your phone into the mount, plug the wire into your phone, and you’re ready to start taking selfies. As a little insurance, you get a rubberized grip around the handle. This keeps the selfie stick from slipping around risking you dropping it.

Buy it now: Amazon

Anker Bluetooth Selfie Stick

Anker makes a broad range of smartphone accessories — usually all in great quality. The Anker Bluetooth Selfie Stick is no different. Set your phone in the stand, connect the selfie stick up to it over Bluetotoh, and you’re ready to start taking selfies. It has some unique features that sets it apart from the rest of the crowd, such as being able to extend by a whole 29-inches. Extended at full length, you’ll be able to get all of your friends in the picture, as well as some of the scenery behind them, too!

You won’t be drawing any power to keep the selfie stick itself powered — it runs off of its own battery. A single charge is able to keep the selfie stick running for up to 20 hours. Charging it back up doesn’t take up too much time either. There’s an 18-month warranty included in the event that a part of the selfie stick breaks, which should never happen.

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Kungfuren Seiko

The Kungfuren Seiko is another great selfie stick on the market. It connects up to your phone by way of Bluetooth. That said, you’ll have to keep the Seiko’s battery charged to use it; however, Bluetooth technology means that you’re going to be able to use the remote shutter button to take your photos — it can extend really good as well. In its default state, you get 11-inches of length, but fully extended will give you a range of up to 32-inches. With this selfie stick, you can get a whole 50 hours of use out of this before having to charge again.

Buy it now: Amazon

MPow Selfie Stick

Last but not least, we have the MPow Selfie Stick. MPow is another manufacturer that makes a ton of phone accessories. They make a nice budget-level selfie stick as well. It is pretty basic, connecting up to your phone by way of Bluetooth to give you access to the remote shutter button. It can extend up to 32-inches, but does have a pretty plain design. It has a 270-degree adjustable head as well, so if you have a specific angle you want to take your selfie at, you can.

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Verdict

As you can see, there are a lot of great selfie sticks on the market, not just for the Galaxy Note 9, but for almost any phone you might own. Whether you’re looking to get all of your friends in a selfie while keeping some of the scenery intact or you’re just looking for a better way to take pictures, there’s a selfie stick on this list for you.

Selfie Stick For Galaxy Note 9

5 Best Car Chargers For Galaxy S9

Wireless at-home chargers are great, but what about chargers for your Galaxy S9 while you’re on the go? After all, we all do live very busy lives and it can be difficult to sit around at home and wait for the phone to get to a proper battery level for us to leave. That said, it’s time to consider a quality car charger for your Galaxy S9 — you certainly don’t want to be left with a dead battery while on the go!

ProductBrandNamePrice
Jelly CombCar Charger, Jelly Comb 6 Ports 65W/13A Rapid USB Multi-Port Car ChargerBuy on Amazon|$16.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:31 ET)
BelkinBelkin Road Rockstar with 4 USB Ports for Front and Backseat ChargingCheck Price on Amazon
AUKEYAUKEY Car Charger with Quick Charge 3.0, 39W Dual PortsBuy on Amazon|$19.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:31 ET)
ScoscheScosche ReVolt Dual USB 12W Car ChargerBuy on Amazon|$19.51(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:31 ET)
AnkerAnker 39W Dual USB Car Charger with Quick Charge 3.0Buy on Amazon|$17.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:31 ET)

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If you follow along below, we’ll show you the best car chargers you can get for your Galaxy S9.

Jelly Comb

If you’re looking for a blazing fast car charger that can get your phone charged up in just a few moments, you can’t go wrong with the Jelly Comb. This 6-port 65-watt charger can support up to 6 devices at a time. This car features some neat artificial intelligence that can automatically recognize the maximum charge possible for your device, up to 2.4A per USB port.

You don’t need to worry about the quality of the Jelly Comb — made with industrial material and quality circuitry, the Jelly Comb is a reliable car charger in safety features and charging performance.

Check it out at the link below.

Buy it now: Amazon

Belkin Road Rockstar

Next up is the Road Rockstar by Belkin, the perfect backseat charger. This charger works great for a road trip, as it can charge up to four devices simultaneously. It has a 7.2 amp output, meaning you can charge your devices super fast, even as you’re using them. Want to watch a movie on your phone during a somewhat long road trip — no worries! The Road Rockstar charger will keep your device charged even as you watch a high definition movie. It comes with a 6ft cable, so charging devices up front is easy, too!

Buy it now: Amazon

AUKEY Car Charger

Maybe you’re looking for a standard car charger. The car charger from AUKEY isn’t a bad option at all, featuring only two USB ports. However, both ports can charge your devices up to a 2.4 amp output, which is a whole lot faster than traditional portable trickle charging.

In addition, car chargers always seem to be pretty fickle — they either blow out or randomly stop working, and that’s usually due to cheap car chargers. However, if that were to ever happen to the AUKEY Car Charger, there are built-in safeguards to keep your device protected against too much current, overcharging and overheating.

Buy it now: Amazon

Scosche Revolt

You also cannot go wrong with the Scosche Revolt. Similar to the AUKEY, you get only two USB ports; however, both are capable of charging up to 12 watts, or 2.4 amps per USB port. This car charger has “colossal” power packed into it, letting you charge two devices at a pretty fast rate simultaneously. Need to charge two iPads with high-capacity batteries? No problem! The Scosche Revolt can handle the job without a hitch.

Buy it now: Amazon

Anker Quick Charge

Last up on our list is the Anker Quick Charge. Anker is a very well known brand that you can’t go wrong with, as they provide reliable charging solutions for all types of devices. It supports Quick Charge 3.0 technology, so any Qualcomm-based device with that type of support can see their device charged up to 80% in just 35 minutes while in the car.

It’s a dual-port USB system, able to pump out 39 watts of power. This means that no matter what you’re trying to charge, such as an iPad or Android tablet with a large battery, the Anker Quick Charge will be able to charge it and whatever is plugged into its other USB port at full speed.

You don’t have to worry about blowing the Anker Quick Charge either. Anker is so confident in their product that they provide an 18-month worry-free warranty. You shouldn’t ever have to worry about using that warranty either — the Anker Quick Charge is loaded with safety features to prevent too much current, overheating, overcharging and more. PowerIQ technology automatically recognizes the device it’s charging, making sure your phone is getting the fastest possible charging speeds.

Buy it now: Amazon

Verdict

So, which car charger should you pick up for your Galaxy S9? If you have a ton of devices you need to charge while you’re on the road, we recommend the Jelly Comb. With 6 USB ports, you can keep every device in the car charged at the same time. But, if you have a couple, you certainly cannot go wrong with the super reliable Anker Quick Charge.

ProductBrandNamePrice
Jelly CombCar Charger, Jelly Comb 6 Ports 65W/13A Rapid USB Multi-Port Car ChargerBuy on Amazon|$16.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:31 ET)
BelkinBelkin Road Rockstar with 4 USB Ports for Front and Backseat ChargingCheck Price on Amazon
AUKEYAUKEY Car Charger with Quick Charge 3.0, 39W Dual PortsBuy on Amazon|$19.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:31 ET)
ScoscheScosche ReVolt Dual USB 12W Car ChargerBuy on Amazon|$19.51(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:31 ET)
AnkerAnker 39W Dual USB Car Charger with Quick Charge 3.0Buy on Amazon|$17.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:31 ET)

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5 Best Car Chargers For Google Pixel 2 XL

If you’re on the go a lot, keeping your device charged can be difficult, especially since a lot of car chargers just aren’t reliable. Time and time again, car chargers just stop working, sometimes they blow out, and other times, they’ll damage your phone because they don’t have the proper safety features built into them. If you’ve got a Google Pixel 2 XL, you certainly don’t want a car charger wrecking your new purchase. You just want something that is going to keep your device alive while you’re on the road, and maybe something that’ll charge it up relatively fast.

ProductBrandNamePrice
AnkerAnker 24W Dual USB Car Charger, PowerDrive 2Buy on Amazon|$9.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:31 ET)
VOGEKCar Charger, Vogek 50W 10A 4-Port USB Car ChargerBuy on Amazon|$7.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:31 ET)
AnkerAnker 24W Car Charger 2-Port 4.8A Ultra-Compact PowerDrive 2 EliteBuy on Amazon|$11.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:31 ET)
CriacrCriacr Bluetooth FM Transmitter, Wireless in-Car FM Transmitter Radio Adapter Car KitBuy on Amazon|$13(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:31 ET)
iXCCiXCC UL Certified 50W/10A 5 Port Car ChargerBuy on Amazon|$16.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:31 ET)

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If you’re on the hunt for a quality car charger, but have found nothing, you’ve come to exactly the right place! Follow along below, and we’ll show you the best car chargers available for your Google Pixel 2 XL.

AUKEY 4.8A Car Charger

First up on our list is the AUKER 4.8 Car Charger. This car charger is a traditional car charger that gets its power from your cigarette lighter. You plug it directly into the port, plug a USB cable into one of the USB ports on the car charger, and then plug the other end into your phone. This charger charges up your Google Pixel 2 XL relatively fast, featuring two charging ports that are both capable of outputting about 2.4 amperage or 4.8 overall.

Buy it now: Amazon

Vogek 50W

Next, we have the Vogek 50W. If you have a family or often have a lot of people in your car, you cannot go wrong with the Vogek 50W. This car charger has four USB ports, all capable of delivering up to 10 amps of power per port. The Vogek 50W actually has built-in smart technology that is able to identify the correct charging output for your phone. That said, plugging your Google Pixel 2 XL in will mean you’ll likely get the full 10 amps of power in a single port, but plugging in a cheap phone from the store will mean a lot less power output for it in the same port.

Buy it now: Amazon

Anker 24W Car Charger

Next, we have the 24-watt Car Charger by Anker. With it, you get two USB ports capable of delivering 4.8 amps of an overall charge. You get 2.4 amps per USB port. That’s relatively low compared to what the Vogek 50W can offer; however, the Anker Car Charger has built-in PowerIQ and VoltageBoost technology, which, in the case of the Google Pixel 2 XL, should give you charging speeds similar to that of Qualcomm’s Quick Charging technology. Built-in safeguards mean you have protection against overcharging, voltage spikes, and any extreme temperature increases.

 

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Criacr Bluetooth Car Charger

One neat car charger that’s out there is the Criacr Bluetooth Car Charger. It actually doubles as a Bluetooth FM transmitter. Plug the charger into your cigarette lighter, and you have two USB ports built into the transmitter that can quick charge your devices. They’re capable of outputting 5 amps of power, so you should get a charge relatively quickly.

And with the Bluetooth FM transmitter built-in, you get stable FM signal, anti-interference technology, enhanced sound experience, and it even has a full FM radio frequency range of 87.5 to 108.0MHz. That means you can easily customize your FM station, and on top of that, a built-in microphone and button makes it easy to take phone calls.

Buy it now: Amazon

iXCC Car Charger

Last up is the iXCC Car Charger. This car charger hooks up to your cigarette lighter for power, but actually sits in your cupholder. It’s a 50W car charger that has 5 USB ports that are each able to deliver up to 2.4 amps of power, depending on the capabilities of the device that you’re charging. This car charger is neat, particularly for a road trip, as you can keep all of your family’s and friend’s devices charging at the same time. And with a safety-first design, an integrated chip into the charger keeps you protected against over voltage, overcharging and any sudden temperature increases.

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Verdict

So, which one of these car chargers should you get for your car? If you’re on a road trip or have a lot of devices in the vehicle regularly, the iXCC Car Charger is hands down the best one you go for — it’s most comfortable and accessible one to use. The Vogek 50W is a close runner up for that as well. But, if you just want a traditional car charger, you can’t go wrong with the Anker 24W Car Charger or the AUKEY 4.8A Car Charger.

ProductBrandNamePrice
AnkerAnker 24W Dual USB Car Charger, PowerDrive 2Buy on Amazon|$9.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:31 ET)
VOGEKCar Charger, Vogek 50W 10A 4-Port USB Car ChargerBuy on Amazon|$7.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:31 ET)
AnkerAnker 24W Car Charger 2-Port 4.8A Ultra-Compact PowerDrive 2 EliteBuy on Amazon|$11.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:31 ET)
CriacrCriacr Bluetooth FM Transmitter, Wireless in-Car FM Transmitter Radio Adapter Car KitBuy on Amazon|$13(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:31 ET)
iXCCiXCC UL Certified 50W/10A 5 Port Car ChargerBuy on Amazon|$16.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:31 ET)

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5 Best Fast Charging Type C Charging Cables for Google Pixel 2 XL

The Google Pixel 2 XL is one of the most popular smartphones on the market at the moment, and it’s no wonder why. The sleek design combined with the powerful specifications make for a device that’s perfect for just about anyone. Whether you need a new device that’s powerful enough to keep up with all of the work you do, or you’re looking for something to capture your family adventures with, you can’t go wrong with the Google Pixel 2 XL.

ProductBrandNamePrice
AnkerUSB Type C Cable, Anker PowerlineBuy on Amazon|$13.97(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:31 ET)
noot products[2-Pack 6FT] noot products USB C to A Charger CableBuy on Amazon|$8.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:32 ET)
TronsmartUSB Type C Cable,Tronsmart Type-C to USB-A Durable Charging CableCheck Price on Amazon
LyorkDirectUSB Type C Charger Cable,15FT LongBuy on Amazon|$8.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:32 ET)
NekteckNekteck USB Type C Cable, Nylon BraidedBuy on Amazon|$6.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:32 ET)

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However, if you haven’t purchased a new smartphone in the past couple of years, you’ll notice there’s something different about the Google Pixel 2 XL. The charging port and cord is a completely different shape than it has been in years past. That’s because slowly but surely, all the new devices will be upgraded in that regard. The new port and cord are known as “type C,” and can be inserted any way, as it’s the same shape all around.

So what’s so special about the new type C technology anyway? To sum it up fairly simply, this charging cord/port will charge your devices even faster, more efficiently, all while using less power overall. This means that your life can run even smoother, and we think that’s great. So today, we’re sharing our favorite type C charging cables you can purchase for your Google Pixel 2 XL.

Anker

This type C cable by Anker is a great option to use for your Google Pixel 2 XL charger. The cord itself is shielded by a tough nylon that’s been double braided to ensure the utmost protection. There’s a lifetime warranty on this as well, so if you go through cords like water or want to buy several, just know that Anker has your back for the long haul.

As for the specifications, this particular cable has a feature called SuperSpeed, and the transfer of that is up to 5gbps, which means that you can download all of your favorite content, including movies, shows, pictures, and more, in 5 seconds or less depending on your connection. That’s extremely fast, and we’re sure you’ll enjoy it just as much as we do. Both colors, gray and red, come in two different length options: 3ft, or 6ft.

Buy it now: Amazon

Noot

Noot is offering their type C cable at an extremely fantastic price. Just $7 for one, or $11 for the 2 pack. However many you decide on, you’ll be on the right track to charging your Google Pixel 2 XL more efficiently than ever before. While these are only 3 feet long, they’re perfect for charging on a nearby shelf, table, or desk.

The cord itself is made of your typical rubber, which is kind of a bummer since braided nylon is so reliable, but at the same time, there’s a 24 month warranty. That means that if your cord is defective, gets broken, or is lost, you have 2 years (yes, 2 years), to contact the company for a free replacement. In our book, customer service that good makes up for the cord material a thousand times over.

Buy it now: Amazon

Tronsmart

With these amazing cables from Tronsmart, while your only cord color option is black, you’ll be able to between silver or gold metal details. With just one package containing three cords, you may never need to buy another one again. Each cord is a different length: the first one is just a foot long, the second is 3.3 feet long, and the third one is a whopping 6 feet long, which is perfect for reaching from the outlet to the couch.

The specifications of these cables include a 5gbps transfer speed, so just like the cables by Anker, you can download just about anything at an extremely faster rate than before. Also, it has a charging resistance feature to make sure that your device doesn’t accrue damage from overcharging.

Buy it now: Amazon

Lyork

If the previous cables haven’t been long enough for what you’re looking for, you needn’t search any further than this cable from Lyork. For less than $10, you can have a charging cord that’s an entire 15 ft long. That’s long enough to reach halfway across any room, so this is a great option if you need something longer than the typical 3.3 ft we see in a lot of these typical cables.

Lyork covers their cable in the protective braided nylon that we mentioned earlier in order to prolong the life of the cable. On top of that, it also will utilize SafeCharge in order to protect your device against overcharging and overheating.

Buy it now: Amazon

Nekteck

This cable has everything you’re going to want in a type C cable for charging your Google Pixel 2 XL. It features the braided nylon cord, and it’s specifically designed to remain free of tangles no matter what bin, box, bag you throw it in for storing. It’s supported by any USB wall charger, and should work for any device that requires a type C cord.

The length of this cord is just 3.3 ft, but that’s really not bad if you’ve got a shelf nearby, or you’re charging within you vehicle. It supports fast charging with a maximum of up to 3A, so your phone can be charged sooner, rather than later.

Buy it now: Amazon

Verdict

No matter which cord you decide to get (or decide against), be sure to tell us all about your purchase in the comments section. These are all fantastic type C cables, and each one will work smoothly with your Google Pixel 2 XL.

ProductBrandNamePrice
AnkerUSB Type C Cable, Anker PowerlineBuy on Amazon|$13.97(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:31 ET)
noot products[2-Pack 6FT] noot products USB C to A Charger CableBuy on Amazon|$8.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:32 ET)
TronsmartUSB Type C Cable,Tronsmart Type-C to USB-A Durable Charging CableCheck Price on Amazon
LyorkDirectUSB Type C Charger Cable,15FT LongBuy on Amazon|$8.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:32 ET)
NekteckNekteck USB Type C Cable, Nylon BraidedBuy on Amazon|$6.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:32 ET)

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Best wireless chargers, charging pads and docks available for Android smartphones

Many of the higher end smartphones these days are equipped with wireless charging capabilities, Samsung has been making phones with wireless charging in their last couple iterations of the Galaxy series, even the iPhone 7 is rumored to have such capability.  Don’t despair if you have an older model phone, you can also easily add a wireless charging case to existing technology.

Qi Charging Pad

Unfortunately, even if the technology has been around for years now, it’s yet to spread like the cable-free wildfire everyone anticipated. Believe it or not, numerous flagship mobiles these days lack built-in wireless charging functions for various mystifying reasons. Production costs, tricky manufacturing, just good old fashioned laziness, you name it.

Wireless charging

HTC, for instance, snubbed the Qi standard on all three latest hero handhelds – the One M7, M8 and M9. Meanwhile, Samsung, LG, Motorola and Sony recently got with the inductive charging program for the Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, S5, S4, Note 4, Note 3, Note 2, G4, G3, G Pro 2, Droid Turbo, Maxx and Xperia Z3.

The list of supporting devices is obviously not exhaustive, and there’s one more thing. To actually activate and use the futuristic feature, you’ll typically need dedicated back covers that add to the often extravagant prices of the above mentioned phones.

LG G4 wireless charging

Plus, the no-wires chargers and charging pads we’ll detail in the following lines. It’s also wise to keep in mind the electromagnetic field that transfers energy between Android gadgets and these ingenious accessories through thin air is produced by plugging the chargers into a traditional electric socket. So, in a way, this isn’t true wireless charging.

Still, it’s deemed convenient by many, and will likely make headway before long, so without further ado, here are the best wireless chargers, charging pads and docks money can buy, ordered from cheapest to costliest:

PowerBot PB1020 inductive charging pad station – $11.69 and up

PowerBot

It doesn’t come with a power AC adapter, it’s not particularly speedy or “versatile”, but it’s really, really small, at 2.5 inches in diameter and 0.5 inches thick, lightweight (6.5 ounces), and energy efficient, courtesy of a Smart IC management system design. No wonder it’s rated at close to four stars based on nearly 1,900 Amazon customer reviews.

Yootech Qi wireless charging pad – starting at $13.99

Yootech

Once again, the AC adapter isn’t included, which you’ll find to be a staple of the economical price range, and once more, the compact form factor and ease of transportation feel like the key selling points. That said, you’ll probably look to conceal the petite but unattractive Yootech puck on your office after setting it up, the good news being it’s sufficiently silent and low-key to ultimately go unnoticed.

Anker PowerPort – $15.99

Anker PowerPort

The marginal price gaps between these entry-level chargers and their very similar capabilities will induce (pun intended) serious headaches when deciding on one to buy. The PowerPort stands out with temperature control and a self-enabling idle mode that eliminates concerns regarding overcharging or energy wasting.

Otherwise, the circular docking station is virtually identical to the two indexed earlier and the next few contenders as far as internals go.

RAVPower Mini wireless charging pad – $15.99

RAVPower Mini

Another tiny, featherweight slab (2.8 x 2.8 x 0.4 inches; 4.9 ounces), with universal Qi compatibility, slip protection, built-in USB connection and excellent Amazon customer feedback. It’s getting harder and harder to choose.

Fuel iON magnetic wireless charging system – $17.95

Fuel iON

Finally, something special and original. Better, too? That’s up for debate. The manufacturer claims magnets are better and faster than the inductive Qi system, but the case needed to get the Fuel iON to work is… awkward and slippery. And some clients accuse it of not connecting properly. All in all, while the idea is decent, the execution requires further work. Perhaps a higher tariff to secure more adept engineers and testers.

Choe upgraded Qi wireless charging pad – $18.99

Choe

The textbook definition of minimalism, Choetech’s newest charging square is unfortunately only covered by a 12-month warranty. The blue LED indicator is also way too bright, aggressive and annoying, and unless you center your device perfectly on the 4.7 x 2.7 x 0.4-inch pad, this won’t work.

On the plus side, device slips are physically impossible thanks to the bottom rubber surface.

Samsung wireless charging pad – $29.89

Samsung wireless charging pad

Ah, yes, now we’re talking! You know what they say – with great price comes great… quality. Stylish but also robust, slender yet very powerful, Samsung’s Qi-capable contraption doesn’t squarely go out to Galaxy S6 or Note 4 proprietors.

It works smoothly and effortlessly even when paired with rival handsets, and the built-in LED light is non-intrusive, always there to have your back and very easy to comprehend.

Qi-infinity – $42.99

Qi-infinity

Wondering what on earth could justify a tag almost four times as lavish as our number one budget-friendly option? First and foremost, an inventive design that lets you view your phone at an ideal angle when docked for checking notifications and even watching videos.

Second, the rare ability to juice up through thick, muscular armors and cases. Third, complete silence and a subtle yet resourceful indicator light that merely bothers you when assistance is mandatory. Lastly, you can try all you want, but you won’t find a way to place a phone on the Qi-infinity so as wireless charging to be prevented.

LG WCP-300 wireless charging pad – $47.95

LG WCP 300

Like arch-rival Samsung, LG doesn’t block users of competing devices from rocking the WCP-300, but it makes the purchase feel impractical. At 30 bucks or so, maybe this would be worth it. It’s extremely good-looking, fairly compact and portable, at 2.74 x 0.46 x 2.74 inches, and it sports an unusually large “active area.” Translation – it doesn’t require a lot of attention when made to work.

But it presents a number of troubling recurring glitches, according to a horde of reviewers on Amazon, as it sometimes halts charging before the phone’s battery is fully loaded and often refuses to sync up to devices it should support no problem.

Fonesalesman QiStone+ – $54.99

QiStone+

And it’s all come to this. The most expensive and, yes, best all-around wireless mobile charger. The only true wireless accessory on our list today, capable of easily doubling as a funky power bank. You read that right, the QiStone+ can carry standalone 4,000 mAh stamina, which is itself Qi wireless-compatible.

Sooo, you can charge the QiStone+ sans cables, then wirelessly transfer the energy to a phone of your choice. Or even simultaneously beef up two handhelds, one wirelessly and the other via USB. It’s fast, flexible, has a very unique design and, at the end of the day, it’s not that costly, considering the travel freedom it can facilitate.

5 Best Portable Solar Chargers For iPhone X

ZeroLemon SolarJuice

Tired of using the traditional wall charger to charge up your iPhone X? Tired of being out on the go, and your phone shuts down because you ran out of battery and there’s no way to charge it? Then you should consider picking up a portable solar charger. Not only will you be charging up your iPhone X by way of green energy, but a portable solar charger will enable you to charge your phone literally anywhere, as long as there’s a good amount of light.

iphone solar charger

ImgAmazon.com LinkBrandProductAmazon.com LinkPrice on Amazon.com
ALLSOLARBattery Pack 24000mAh Solar ChargerCheck Price
dizauLSolar Charger,Dizaul 5000mAh Portable Solar Power Bank19.95
AnkerAnker 21W Dual USB Solar Charger129.99
RAVPowerSolar Charger RAVPower 24W Solar Panel69.99
BeartwoBeartwo Portable Solar Charger 10000mAhCheck Price

Be sure to follow along below, as we’re going to show you the five best portable solar chargers that are the best for your money.

Beartwo 10,000mAh Solar Charger

First on our list is a portable solar charging bank. This is able to receive energy from the sun, store it in the battery inside the charging bank, and allow you to charge your phone up whenever, as long as you have a cord that can go from the charging bank to the iPhone X. It’s called the Beartwo 10,000mAh Solar Charger, obviously having a capacity of 10,000mAh. That’s about two full charges for your iPhone X, and then a little juice leftover. The solar panel on this unit doesn’t cover a whole lot of area, so when you’re charging it, the charge is relatively slow. However, there is still a port for charging it by a wall outlet if you get desperate, so you’re not completely out of options if it’s charging to slow for you or if there’s no sun around.

Buy it now: Amazon

AllSolar Power Bank

Next, we have the AllSolar Power Bank. It’s similar to the previous option, but can hold a little over double the charge at 24,000mAh. You can charge your iPhone X up from dead to full plenty of times using this power bank. Similar to the Beartwo, it’s solar panel only covers a small area, so charging the power bank up itself can be slow, especially if there’s no light around. But, like the Beartwo, there is a port for charging it by the wire if you get desperate.

Buy it now: Amazon

Dizaul Portable Solar Bank

Next up, we have the Dizaul Portable Solar Bank. It has a really small capacity, only allowing you to get about one full charge out of your iPhone X. The one downside to this option is that it can only be charged by solar — there is no extra port for charging by the wire. That’s why the capacity is so small: you’re only going to be able to get a slow charge out of this because the integrated solar panel doesn’t cover a whole lot of area. You don’t have to worry about ruining this solar charger in the outdoors — it’s resistant to water, dust, shock and just about anything else you could think of!

Buy it now: Amazon

Anker 21W Dual USB Solar Charger

If you want something that charges a little faster, you should consider the Anker 21W USB Solar Charger. This is a great way to keep your electronics charged while you’re out on the go, as it’s capable of outputting up to 21 watts of power, depending on the sunlight, of course. It has some fairly large solar panels, so you’ll be able to get a good amount of energy. It’s a little big, making it a tad difficult to travel with it; it truly does take up a lot of space. Keep in mind that this solar charger doesn’t actually hold a charge, it takes sunlight and directly turns it into energy for your devices — it doesn’t store any excess.

Buy it now: Amazon

RAVPower 24W Solar Charger

Finally, we have the RAVPower Solar Charger. This is almost identical to the Anker Solar Charger we just talked about, however it has more wattage it can output, which means it can charge your devices even faster. Just like the Anker, it has five solar panels that all take energy from the sunlight and convert it directly into juice for your devices. It has smart technology built-in to automatically recognize your device, too — for example, it’ll automatically see that you have an iPhone X, and will adjust its wattage output so that you get the fastest charge possible.

Buy it now: Amazon

Verdict

These are all great options, but which one should you get? We recommend going with the Anker or RAVPower Solar Charger. This will be the fastest way to charge your device, as these have the most wattage and best solar panel area coverage. The individual power banks have small solar panels, so it’s hard to charge them; however, they do have their place in the event that you need a power bank that already has a charge.

iphone solar charger

ImgAmazon.com LinkBrandProductAmazon.com LinkPrice on Amazon.com
ALLSOLARBattery Pack 24000mAh Solar ChargerCheck Price
dizauLSolar Charger,Dizaul 5000mAh Portable Solar Power Bank19.95
AnkerAnker 21W Dual USB Solar Charger129.99
RAVPowerSolar Charger RAVPower 24W Solar Panel69.99
BeartwoBeartwo Portable Solar Charger 10000mAhCheck Price

5 Best Portable Battery Charger in 2019 for Your Android Phone

Smartphones, tablets, wearable devices, laptops, and even our cars all have one thing in common: they rely on battery power to function. And because we depend on them so much, it makes a lot of sense to carry a portable battery charger that we could use in case of an emergency. This article contains 5 such chargers—each slightly different but all equally useful.

ProductBrandNamePrice
AnkerAnker [Ultra Compact] Compact Car Jump Starter and Portable Charger Power BankCheck Price on Amazon
AnkerAnker PowerCore+ Mini, 3350mAh Lipstick-Sized Portable ChargerBuy on Amazon|$19.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 12:36 ET)
FosPowerFosPower PowerActive 10200 mAh Power BankBuy on Amazon|$27.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:31 ET)
MAXOAKMAXOAK 50000mAh 5/12/20v Portable Charger External Battery Power BankBuy on Amazon|$135.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:31 ET)

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AmazonBasics Portable Power Bank – 16,100 mAh

Out of all the power banks available on Amazon, Amazon’s own power bank, called AmazonBasics Portable Power Bank, delivers the best value. There are three different models to choose from (5,600 mAh, 10,000 mAh, and 16,100 mAh), all available in two configurations (either with or without a cable). There also used to be a 2,000 mAh version, but that version is currently not available. The smallest version predictably cost the least, and it works great as a backup charger, with enough juice for 1 full charge. The highest-capacity model is suitable for heavy use and travel.

All AmazonBasics power banks feature two USB charging ports, one microUSB port for charging the bank itself, four LED lights for battery level indication, a power overload protection mechanism, and Amazon’s excellent 1-year warranty. They can easily charge any decide that doesn’t require more than 5V and 2.4A. While power banks from Amazon cost slightly more than many no-name power banks from China, their high quality makes up for it.

Anker PowerCore+ mini portable charger – 3,350mAh

Despite its small size, even the smallest AmazonBasics power bank may be too large for everyday carry purposes, especially if you are a woman. That’s where the lipstick-shaped power bank from Anker comes in. This ultra-portable yet high-capacity power bank adds over one charge to an iPhone 6, almost one full charge to a Galaxy S6, and one full charge to most other phones.

It features Anker’s PowerIQ high-speed charging technology, which detects your device to deliver its fastest possible charge speed. The MultiProtect safety system then ensures that nothing will happen even if you manage to accidentally connect the power bank to your device in a wrong way. Every PowerCore+ mini charger contains the highest-grade lithium-ion cells from Panasonic and comes with Anker’s worry-free 18-month warranty and lifetime technical support.

Anker Compact Car Jump Starter and Portable Charger Power Bank – 400Amp 10,000 mAh

The Anker Compact Car Jump Starter and Portable Charger can be a real life-saver. Don’t be misled by its small size, this puppy can handle up to 400A peak current and is able to jump start any 12V 3L gas or 2.5L diesel engine up to 15 times. It comes in a handy storage pouch, which you can use to store all the accessories that come with it, including jumper cables, a 15V wall charger, a 15V car charger, and a welcome guide.

Just like all power banks and chargers from Anker, this one also features their advanced safety mechanisms, protecting you and your devices against surges and short circuits, as well as inverse current, explains Anker. The device has two USB charging ports and a handy LED light, helping you connect the charger to your car battery at night.

Water/Shock/Dust Proof FosPower Rugged Heavy Duty Portable Battery – 10,200mAh

Increasingly more high-end Android smartphones are fully protected against dust and water. We can expect that their ranks will only increase in number as the venerable 3.5mm audio connector slowly disappears in favor of USB Type-C. It then makes sense to own a power bank that, just like your smartphone, can be used on a beach. The good news is that you don’t even need to spend a lot of money to buy a high-capacity power bank with IP67 dust and water resistance—the FosPower PowerActive 10200 mAh Power Bank costs only around $25.

This rugged shock- and water-proof device can do a lot, considering its affordable price. For starters, it can output up to 2.1A through a standard USB charging port, but it can also serve as an emergency flashlight or compass. You can easily attach it to your bag or belt loop thanks to the included carabiner, and even if you happen to smash it against a rock, its durable polycarbonate and ABS body will protect it.

MAXOAK Laptop & Smartphone Portable Charger Heavy Duty – 50,000mAh

Sometimes you need more power than the average power bank can supply. Perhaps you want to keep your laptop charge why you work on your thesis in a park, or maybe you want to charge multiple devices at the time over a long period of time. The MAXOAK power bank was created to do just that. This behemoth has not one or two outputs—it has six of them! What’s more important, two of them are for laptops (One 20V/3A and one 12V/2.5A). To ensure maximum compatibility, the power bank ships with 11 kinds of connectors, covering 95% of laptop manufacturers.

ProductBrandNamePrice
AnkerAnker [Ultra Compact] Compact Car Jump Starter and Portable Charger Power BankCheck Price on Amazon
AnkerAnker PowerCore+ Mini, 3350mAh Lipstick-Sized Portable ChargerBuy on Amazon|$19.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 12:36 ET)
FosPowerFosPower PowerActive 10200 mAh Power BankBuy on Amazon|$27.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:31 ET)
MAXOAKMAXOAK 50000mAh 5/12/20v Portable Charger External Battery Power BankBuy on Amazon|$135.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:31 ET)

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5 Best Portable Power Bank Charger For Galaxy S9

Wireless at-home chargers and car chargers are nice, but what if you want to take a power bank with you so that you can charge whenever? Luckily, they make quite a few power banks specifically for the Galaxy S9 so that you can quickly charge up your smartphone while you’re at, say, a business meeting or family event. However, you do have to be careful with which ones you buy, as you can very easily buy one that won’t work for very long or doesn’t have very many safety features to protect your device from too much current, overheating and overcharging.

ProductBrandNamePrice
AnkerAnker Astro E7 26800mAh Ultra-High Capacity 3-Port 4A Compact Portable ChargerBuy on Amazon|$62.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 12:36 ET)
AnkerAnker PowerCore+ Mini, 3350mAh Lipstick-Sized Portable ChargerBuy on Amazon|$19.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 12:36 ET)
RAVPowerBattery Pack RAVPower 16750mAh Portable Charger Power Pack Power BankBuy on Amazon|$39.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:31 ET)
EasyAcc[Fast and Efficient] EasyAcc 26000mAh Power Bank 4 Ports External Battery Charger Portable ChargerBuy on Amazon|$49.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 12:36 ET)
JackeryJackery Portable External Charger Giant+Buy on Amazon|$28.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 12:36 ET)

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Follow along below, and we’ll show you the best portable charging banks you can get for your Galaxy S9.

Anker Astro E7

Anker makes some fantastic power products, one of them being the Astro E7 power bank. It’s not too weighty, but has a huge battery for charging multiple devices — to the tune of 26,800mAh. In fact, that’s enough juice to charge an iPhone up to 7 times without needing to recharge your power bank.

The Astro E7 has three total USB ports, but with PowerIQ technology, it works to recognize the proper charging output for your device. You can get anywhere from 3 to 4 amps for charging your devices at a super fast rate. The PowerIQ technology is really neat, as it works to make sure your devices are being charged as efficiently as possible without any short circuitry.

Buy it now: Amazon

RAVPower

The RAVPower is a nice portable power bank option as well. It’s a lot less as far as capacity goes, only having a charge of 16,750mAh. However, the charging speed is actually quite fast, featuring an output of 4 amps. Charging the power bank is a little slower, as it only has a 2 amp input charging rate. However, it does feature plenty of safety features to keep your device protected from too much current, overcharging or overheating. It only has 2 USB ports, so you can’t charge too many devices at a time, but you’ll at least be able to keep your primary go-to devices up and running.

Buy it now: Amazon

EasyAcc Power Bank

If you need a high capacity power bank, you can’t go wrong with the Power Bank by EasyAcc — it features a whopping 26,000mAh of juice. You can charge an iPhone 6 up to 10 times on that, or even a Samsung Galaxy S6 up to 7 times. If you want to charge something with a much larger capacity, such as an iPad Mini 3, you can charge that up to 2.8 times from dead before having to charge up your power bank again.

With two 4-amp inputs, the Power Bank can be charged overnight to its full capacity (from dead) in about eight hours. And as per the norm, this EasyAcc Power Bank has a ton of safety features as well to keep devices protected.

Buy it now: Amazon

Anker PowerCore+ Mini

Need a power bank you can simply throw in your pocket or hook to your keychain? Then the Anker PowerCore+ Mini won’t let you down. It has a much smaller battery than the rest on this list — coming in at 3,350mAh, you’ll only be able to charge your device maybe one or two times before needing to charge the power bank up again.

However, the PowerCore+ Mini is the size of a lipstick container, so you can really make sure this power bank is out of the way. At that size, you won’t have to worry about trying to figure out how to lug a large power bank around.

It has all of the great tech that Anker outfits all of its power products with, so you’ll still get to experience fast and safe charging.

Buy it now: Amazon

Jackery Giant+

Last up on our list is the Jackery Giant+. This power bank comes in a size of 12,000mAh, allowing your phone or tablet up a few times before needing to be juiced up again. It has dual fast charging ports, so you’ll be able to get your phone(s) charged rather quickly. Another neat featured is the built-in emergency flashlight. Simply press the button on the power bank to turn it on and you’ll be able to find your way in the dark, or maybe find an item you lost in the dark, such as your phone!

Check it out at the link below.

Buy it now: Amazon

Verdict

So, which power bank should you buy? We recommend the Anker Astro E7 if you need a high-capacity fast charging power bank. If you need something more portable, the Anker PowerCore+ Mini will get you by in a pinch as well!

ProductBrandNamePrice
AnkerAnker Astro E7 26800mAh Ultra-High Capacity 3-Port 4A Compact Portable ChargerBuy on Amazon|$62.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 12:36 ET)
AnkerAnker PowerCore+ Mini, 3350mAh Lipstick-Sized Portable ChargerBuy on Amazon|$19.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 12:36 ET)
RAVPowerBattery Pack RAVPower 16750mAh Portable Charger Power Pack Power BankBuy on Amazon|$39.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:31 ET)
EasyAcc[Fast and Efficient] EasyAcc 26000mAh Power Bank 4 Ports External Battery Charger Portable ChargerBuy on Amazon|$49.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 12:36 ET)
JackeryJackery Portable External Charger Giant+Buy on Amazon|$28.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 12:36 ET)

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10 Best Wireless Chargers For Google Pixel 2 XL

One of the greatest technology advents for smartphones is wireless charging. Charging by way of a wire inserted into a USB port has gotten old, cumbersome and downright annoying. More often than not, through plugging the wire into your phone over and over again, you substantially ruin the charging port, making it difficult to charge over time. It’s frustrating, and can often cost a pretty penny, especially if the company repairing it says it just isn’t fixable.

We should preface by saying that the stock Google Pixel 2 XL does not come with wireless charging capabilities, but all you need is a wireless charging kit that can add wireless charging to just about any smartphone.

ProductBrandNamePrice
mophiemophie - Wireless Charge PadBuy on Amazon|$49(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:30 ET)
AnkerAnker Wireless Charger, Qi-Certified Wireless Charging StandBuy on Amazon|$21.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:30 ET)
SamsungSamsung Qi Certified Fast Charge Wireless Charging Convertible Stand/PadBuy on Amazon|$49.46(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:30 ET)
SeneoSeneo Wireless Charger, Qi Certified 10W Fast Wireless Charging Pad StandBuy on Amazon|$17.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:30 ET)
RAVPowerRAVPower Wireless Charger Qi Certified 10W Fast Wireless Charging Pad CompatibleBuy on Amazon|$14.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:30 ET)
NillkinNillkin Type C Wireless Charging Receiver, Magic Tag USB C Qi Wireless Charger Receiver ChipBuy on Amazon|$12.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:30 ET)

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That’s why wireless charging is so nice — set your phone on the wireless charger, and it starts charging without the need for a wire. This tech has been around for years; however, it’s always been super slow. But in recent years, wireless charging has gotten to the point where’s it’s just as fast as cable-driven charging.

Follow along below, and we’ll show you the top 10 best wireless chargers for Google Pixel 2 XL.

Anker PowerPort

First up on our list is the Anker PowerPort. This wireless charger will keep your Google Pixel 2 XL charged reliably! Anker makes a lot of excellent accessories, and the PowerPort is one of them — it has some neat safety features, such as turning off if things are overheating, overcharging or if there’s too much voltage passing through. You can know that you’re protected as well, as it comes with a 18-month warranty that’ll protect you against any defects that the PowerPort might have or experience.

Buy it now: Amazon

Seneo Wireless Charger

Seneo makes another great wireless charger. This is a 10-watt Qi fast wireless charger that is built for Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 3.0 and other fast charging technologies built into your phone’s chipset. With this type of fast charging, your phone will be able to charge just as fast as a phone could on the wire! It has some other neat features, such as being able to switch the charging pad vertically or horizontally, depending on the orientation of the phone you need. As per the norm, it has a bunch of safety features to keep your phone (and charging pad) from overheating, getting too much voltage, overcharging and more.

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Samsung Qi Fast Charge

Samsung makes some excellent fast chargers as well. Contrary to popular belief, Samsung’s fast chargers will work with more than just Samsung phones. It’s versatile as well, as you can convert it from a wireless charging pad to a wireless charging stand, depending on the orientation you need the phone in. You can get up to 9 watts of fast charging speeds, depending on the phone you have — you should be able to get those super fast speeds on the Google Pixel 2 XL. This fast charger even has a built-in fan to keep your phone cool.

Buy it now: Amazon

RAVPower Qi Charging Pad

Next up, we have the RAVPower Qi Charging Pad. This one is perfect for those on a budget. It won’t charge your phone nearly as fast as the Samsung Qi Fast Charge or the Anker PowerPort, but it’ll still charge your phone at a standard rate. For $16, it’s hard to complain. It has a neat LED ring about it, indicating if your device is fully charged, charging, or dead and charging. Of course, it has all of the safety features you would expect to keep your device safe — protection against overcharging, too much voltage, temperature, etc.

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Mophie Wireless Charge Pad

When you’re buying power and charge products, there’s one brand that you just cannot go wrong with, and that’s Mophie. Maker of super reliable charging cases, they actually make a great wireless charging pad as well. You can get a super fast charge out of the Mophie pad, up to 7.5 watts at a time. Your device charges on contact — simply place it on the pad, and your battery will start charging over a wireless signal. It has a nice non-slip coating as well, so you can be safe in knowing that your phone won’t slip off the pad while charging.

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Belkin Boost Up

Next up, we’re looking at the Belkin Boost Up. Belkin created the Boost Up in partnership with Apple so that there would an excellent wireless charging solution for many of their Qi-supported iPhone models. But, since it supports the Qi wireless standard, it works with any Qi-supported smartphone, even over on Android. You can juice up your Pixel 2 XL quickly with this one.

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Anker Fast Wireless Charger

Don’t want to spend too much on a wireless charger? Then this one from Anker will be right up your alley. That is the Anker Fast Wireless Charger — set your Pixel 2 XL on this bad boy, and charging will take place at a really fast place. On top of its top of the line charging capabilities, the Anker Fast Wireless Charger is one of the sleeker looking options on the market right now. It’ll fit right in in any home or office style out there. There are, of course, a number of charging safeguards inside of it as well.

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Yootech Wireless Charger

The Yootech is another for those that don’t want to spend gobs of money on their wireless chargers. It can charge devices super fast, delivering up to 10-watts of power depending on the type of phone you have (it’s able to automatically detect your phone). The charger is sleep-friendly, too. A green LED light will come on for 3 seconds when you plug it into a power source. When you finally set the phone on the pad, it’ll come on for 16 seconds, and then the LED will shut off, but will still charge your phone — no need to worry about a blinking green light throughout the night keeping you awake!

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Cubevit Fast Wireless Charger

And coming in as our next contender, we have this option from Cubevit. This one is a little less powerful, but will charge your Pixel 2 XL up safely nonetheless. This charger is able to deliver up to 7.5 watts of power, depending on your phone’s chipset optimization settings for charging. Most flagship devices, such as the Pixel 2 XL, will be able to receive full power for a faster charge. The Cubevit is optimized for premium cooling, as there are vents placed throughout the wireless charger that are meant to dissipate heat to keep things cool.

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Te-Rich Wood Qi Charger

And in number one place on our list, we have a fairly unique option available: the Te-Rich Wood Qi Charger. This one is fairly unique because of the design. Made out of traditional wood or bamboo color, you get a stylish looking wireless charger that’s capable of delivering up to 10 watts of power to your Pixel 2 XL (and other compatible phones). It can charge almost any Qi-enabled device. The pad does have an LED strip, which stays blue when charging, and turns off when fully charged.

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Verdict

And that’s all there is to it, folks! If we had to recommend one or two to you,, we’d totally suggest going with the the Mophie Wireless Charging Pad or the Samsung Qi Fast Charge pad. Both come from super reliable companies and have great warranties, protecting you against any potential manufacturer defects. Both of these wireless charging pads will keep your Google Pixel 2 XL charging at a super fast rate as well!

What’s your favorite wireless charging pad? Let us know in the comments section below!

ProductBrandNamePrice
mophiemophie - Wireless Charge PadBuy on Amazon|$49(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:30 ET)
AnkerAnker Wireless Charger, Qi-Certified Wireless Charging StandBuy on Amazon|$21.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:30 ET)
SamsungSamsung Qi Certified Fast Charge Wireless Charging Convertible Stand/PadBuy on Amazon|$49.46(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:30 ET)
SeneoSeneo Wireless Charger, Qi Certified 10W Fast Wireless Charging Pad StandBuy on Amazon|$17.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:30 ET)
RAVPowerRAVPower Wireless Charger Qi Certified 10W Fast Wireless Charging Pad CompatibleBuy on Amazon|$14.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:30 ET)
NillkinNillkin Type C Wireless Charging Receiver, Magic Tag USB C Qi Wireless Charger Receiver ChipBuy on Amazon|$12.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:30 ET)

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5 Best Portable Power Bank Charger For Samsung Galaxy Note 8

We use our smartphones for all aspects of our lives. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, but what it correlates to is running out of battery half way through the day! And more often than not, we’re not in a place where we can hook up our phones to a wall outlet, our computer or our car for charging — so then, how are we to keep your phones charged throughout the day, especially with something that has a larger battery, such as the Galaxy Note 8? Luckily, there are solutions for just this problem: portable power banks.

Best Power Bank

With a power bank, you can keep a USB cable on hand and be able to charge your device up just from the power bank. This does mean that you’ll have to charge the power bank when it runs out of juice, but it’s a small problem to have when you need to keep your phone charged on the go.

Follow along below, and we’ll show you the 5 best portable power bank chargers for the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.

iMuto 20,000mAh Power Bank

First up on our list is the iMuto 20,000mAh Power Bank. This power bank, as the name implies, is able to hold a charge of up to 20,000mAh. With that, you could charge your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 up to five times just on this power bank alone. It does have intelligent technology built into it — that means the power bank is able to automatically recognize your device, delivering the fastest charge possible for that specific device. This means your phone’s dead battery can be brought back to life in just a few minutes on the wire. An LED display even shows you how much charge left (in percentages) is left in the battery charger.

Buy it now: Amazon

RAVPower Power Bank Charger

Next up, RAVPower has its own Power Bank Charger as well. The capacity is a little less than what iMuto offers at just 16,750mAh capacity. It should be able to charge your Galaxy Note 8 around three or four times (from dead battery to full). Dual-charging technology means you’ll be able to charge two devices at once, but you’ll only get around 4.5 total amperage output. This power bank also has a myriad of safety features to keep your device protected from over charging, over voltage and extreme temperature increases.

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Anker PowerCore

Another excellent option (and cheaper) is the Anker PowerCore. It has much less capacity than the RAVPower and the iMuto, but with a small 10,000 capacity, you get a lower profile power bank, making it much easier to travel around with. The PowerCore can easily fit in your pocket or in a small compartment in your backpack. It’s not this large item you need to lug around. Not only that, but integrated safety options into high quality LG battery cells keep your device protected against over charging, voltage spikes, and anything else that could potentially kill a phone. You’re protected by a 18-month warranty as well.

Buy it now: Amazon

Soluser 12,000 Portable Charger

Next, we have the Soluser 12,000 Portable Charger. Made out of aluminum alloy, this charger is super lightweight. And due to its smaller capacity, it’s really thin as well. This makes it easy to simply slip it into your pocket and forget about it, as it doesn’t take up too much space. Dual-USB ports let you charge two devices at the same time. A multi-protect system keeps you safe against voltage spikes, overcharging, short circuits and even conforms to FCC pricing.

Buy it now: Amazon

Pisen 20,000mAh Portable Charger

Last up on our list is this large and rugged 20,000mAh Portable Charger by Pisen. With such a large capacity, you should be able to charge up your Galaxy Note 8 up to five times from dead to full without any problems. Built-in technology allows you to charge your phone while charging the power bank at the same time. An LED display gives you how much battery life is left in your bank (displaying it in percentiles). It has dual USB ports for charging two devices at the same, but only outputs 2.1 amps per port unlike 2.4 amps that many power banks offer. Still, you get an 18-month worry-free warranty protecting you against any defects.

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Verdict

So, which power bank should you pick up? If you’re looking for slim and portable, you can’t go wrong with the Soluser 12,000 Power Bank. If you need more capacity than that, we recommend something like the Pisen 20,000mAh Portable Charger or the iMuto 20,000mAh Power Bank. Either one you choose will keep your phone charged in a pinch!

Best Power Bank

5 Best Portable Power Bank Charger For Google Pixel 2 XL

If you’ve got a Google Pixel 2 XL, you know just how much battery it takes to power all of that extra screen. And, you might be finding out the hard way — by mid-day, are you basically out of battery, or running out super quick? That might mean that you need some extra juice to get you through the day — normally, you would be able to hook up your phone to a wall charger or to a car charger. However, if you aren’t near any of those, you can feel like you’re short out of luck.

ProductBrandNamePrice
PISENPISEN 20000mAh Portable ChargerBuy on Amazon|$41.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:31 ET)
RAVPowerPortable Charger RAVPower 22000mAh External BatteryBuy on Amazon|$41.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:30 ET)
imutoiMuto 20000mAh Portable Charger Compact Power BankBuy on Amazon|$29.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:31 ET)
AnkerAnker PowerCore 10000, One of The Smallest and Lightest 10000mAh External BatteriesBuy on Amazon|$31.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:31 ET)
SoluserSoluser 12000 Portable ChargerCheck Price on Amazon

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But, one thing you might know out of, something that can really get you out of a pickle: portable power bank chargers. Follow along below, and we’ll show you the best power bank chargers you can get your hands on.

Pisen 20,000mAh Portable Charger

First up on our list is the Pisen 20,000mAh Portable Charger. This is a neat charger because it has a sleek rugged look, but has a ton of capacity for charging devices over and over again. With it’s 20,000mAh capacity, you should be able to charge your Google Pixel 2 XL up from dead at least five times with some juice left over. An LED panel on the portable charger shows you how much charge (in percentiles) is left in your power bank. Safety features keep your device protected against short circuits, voltage spikes, overcharging and temperature increases.

Buy it now: Amazon

RAVPower Power Bank Charger

RAVPower makes a great Power Bank Charger, too. It’s a little less capacity than the Pisen at 16,750mAh, but you should still be able to charge it three or four times from completely dead to full battery. It has two USB ports so you can charge two devices at the same time. In addition, the power bank has a built-in flashlight so you can find things in the dark (i.e. if you drop your phone during a evening walk). Like the Pisen, safety features keep you protected against the pitfalls of electricity.

Buy it now: Amazon

iMuto 20,000mAh Power Bank

Next, we have the iMuto 20,000mAh Power Bank. It has a high capacity battery cell, to the tune of 20,000mAh, allowing to charge your Google Pixel 2 XL up to four or five times off a single power bank charge. There’s an LED display, measuring how much charge is left in your power bank in percentiles. There are two USB ports on this unit, allowing you to charge two devices simultaneously. However, one of those USB ports can charge devices with an output of up to 2 amps, and one can charge devices up to just one amp, which is really slow charging. Still, it has some decent safety features to keep you protected against short circuits, voltage spikes and high temperatures. A worry-free 18-month warranty will keep you protected against any defects from the manufacturer.

Buy it now: Amazon

Anker PowerCore

Next, we have the Anker PowerCore. This is a little lower capacity, about 10,000mAh, meaning you’ll be able to charge your Google Pixel 2 XL from dead to full twice, with a little juice left over. Since it has a smaller capacity, it is easier to lug around, as it’ll easily fit in a small backpack slot. Anker has a built-in multi-protect system to keep your protected against short circuits, voltage spikes, temperature increases and over charging. It also has high-speed charging technology to charge your Google Pixel 2 XL at a faster rate than most power banks have.

Buy it now: Amazon

Soluser 12,000 Portable Charger

Last up on our list is the Soluser 12,000 Portable Charger. It has a little more capacity than the Anker PowerCore, but it’s made out of aluminum alloy, so it’s light and slim. That means it’s ultra portable and can fit in your pocket without it taking up too much space. Just like the rest of the power banks on this list, it has a multi-protect system that’ll keep your phone protected against any electrical defects. It conforms to FCC specification, so you don’t have to worry about this being another strange foreign device that’ll fail you in a couple months. And it does have a 18-month warranty in the even that anything happens to it.

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Verdict

So, which power bank should you use? We recommend the Soluser 12,000 Portable Charger for on-the-go charging. It’s slim, making it super portable. You’ll have to charge it a little more frequently, but it’ll be enough to get you through the day. If you need something larger, you can’t go wrong with the Pisen 20,000mAh power bank — that’ll keep you up and running for days.

ProductBrandNamePrice
PISENPISEN 20000mAh Portable ChargerBuy on Amazon|$41.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:31 ET)
RAVPowerPortable Charger RAVPower 22000mAh External BatteryBuy on Amazon|$41.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:30 ET)
imutoiMuto 20000mAh Portable Charger Compact Power BankBuy on Amazon|$29.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:31 ET)
AnkerAnker PowerCore 10000, One of The Smallest and Lightest 10000mAh External BatteriesBuy on Amazon|$31.99(Price as of 02/18/2019 07:31 ET)
SoluserSoluser 12000 Portable ChargerCheck Price on Amazon

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