With great power comes great responsibility, except in the case of the ZeroLemon ToughJuice 30,000mAh five-port power bank. Vast amounts of power within, and no responsibility required.
The high-volume ToughJuice could charge a standard smartphone 10 times over. It’s rugged too, with a double layer, anti-shock build. That makes it perfect for long trips, hiking excursions, or whatever else would keep you away from wall sockets for an extended period of time. Hell, walk all the way to Mordor and back, your Pixel 3 won’t be dying anytime soon.
The ToughJuice is actually very compact for a high-volume portable charger, clocking in at about the size of a glasses case. It won’t feel like you’re lugging around a car battery with you.
It’s a compatibility dream too. There are three traditional USB ports, one QuickCharge 2.0 port, and a USB Type-C port. It can replenish almost any device at a super-fast pace.
The ToughJuice Power Bank at a glance:
- Charge a huge variety of devices fast, including the new, USB Type-C MacBook
- ZeroLemon powers devices up fast with QuickCharge 2.0 charging
- Protect the ToughJuice from damage thanks to the double layer, anti-shock build
- Carry an extra charge anywhere thanks to the portable design
- Includes one-year Manufacturer’s warranty on ZeroLemon
This colossus of a power bank usually retails for around $130, which isn’t unreasonable for a 30,000mAh beast. The good news is that right now it’s part of the sale over at Tech Deals, so if you move quickly you can get one for just $53.99. That’s bang for your buck.
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December 2, 2018 at 04:24PM