Anker’s battery deal on Amazon will get you charged up

Charge all the things!


Christine Burkson


Published Mar 14, 2016   Updated May 27, 2021, 2:26 am CDT

Charge all the things! Your devices can get a battery boost for cheap, thanks to a sweet deal on Amazon.

A variety of Anker products are for sale at 60 to 70 percent off the regular prices. Cases, portable chargers and a wireless speaker are just some of the items you’ll find among the deals.

Not sure where to start? Here are a few standout items in the sale.

1) Anker PowerCore 20100


Boost your phone’s battery on the go with this portable charger. Don’t let this candy bar-sized device fool you, it can revive your phone five to seven times in one full charge. Using advanced technology, it can also detect what cable you’re using for the fastest and most reliable charge.

Price: $32.99 (regularly $99.99)

2) Anker classic portable wireless Bluetooth speaker


When a company is known for its batteries, you can bet its electronics will last a long time. When fully charged, this Bluetooth-enabled speaker can blast tunes for 15 to 20 hours. It also doubles as a speaker for your phone, if you need to take conference calls.

Price: $28.89 (regularly $79.99)

3) Anker iPhone 6 battery case


Charger cases can be clunky, but this one keeps your iPhone 6 looking sleek as possible. This case boasts a 120 percent longer battery life, so you can keep texting, streaming, sending snaps, and gaming instead of worrying about the 10 percent low battery warning.

Price: $30.99 (regularly $99.99)

4) Anker 60W 6-Port USB Charger PowerPort


This is the ultimate powerstrip for USB cords, and sure to eliminate some arguments over limited space for chargers. The PowerPort also cuts down on charge time, providing up to eight hours of usage in just 15 minutes, so you can get back to whatever you were doing before.

Price: $30.59 (regularly $79.99)

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*First Published: Mar 14, 2016, 11:33 am CDT