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Get this 20,000-mAh quick charging, USB-C equipped power bank for $14 (Update: Expired)

This multiport charger has an 18-watt QC port, a USB-C port, two more USB ports and a flashlight.

Dave Johnson
2 min read

These days, I'm not interested in a power bank unless it packs a lot of power -- at least 20,000 mAh, for example -- and has some really interesting features, like Power Delivery (PD), Quick Charge (QC), lots of ports, USB-C, a flashlight or solar charging. Today I have one that checks a lot of those boxes, Not all of them, but enough to get my attention. This EasyAcc 20,000-mAh portable charger lists for $40, but is just $14.39 with discount code 2K3VPAM7 at checkout. 

The power bank can charge up to four devices simultaneously, but of those four ports, one is a 15-watt USB-C output and another is an 18-watt Quick Charge port. The remaining two ports are 15-watt USB-A. That's a lot of flexibility for a single power bank.

Need to top off the power bank in a hurry? This unit has a pair of inputs (USB-C and micro USB) that if used simultaneously, let you recharge the battery in just 4.5 hours -- that's about a third of the time it would typically take to charge a 20,000-mAh battery via USB. 

It also has a built-in LED flashlight because, why not? My prediction: In a few more years, literally everything with a battery will contain LED illumination for some reason. 

This is similar to a dual-input, quad-output model I told you about last month, but it's been upgraded substantially, thanks to the QC port and trio of USB-C ports. And because I was curious, I did the math: With this deal, EasyAcc's power bank will net you about 1,389 mAh per dollar spent. 

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