Deals: Anker's New Sale Has $32 Portable Batteries, $17 Wireless Chargers, $21 Bluetooth Speakers, and More

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Anker has a new batch of discounts on Amazon this week, with savings for Bluetooth speakers, wireless chargers, portable chargers, and a Eufy security camera. Some of these sales have been applied automatically, while others do require a discount code to enter at the checkout screen, which we've detailed below.

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Top picks in the sale include Anker's PowerCore 15,000 mAh portable battery for $32.29, down from $39.99. Anker's portable batteries are some of the most reliable accessories and perfect for fueling up Apple products like iPhone and iPad while you're traveling.

Eufy

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Wireless Chargers

Portable Chargers

Our full Deals Roundup has more information on the latest Apple-related sales and bargains.

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20 weeks ago


I’m happily selling my old USB c 20,000 and 26,000 mah battery packs from Anker. They don’t hold a charge as they should for the capacity so I’m pretty sure I can beat any sale price.
I’ll never buy anything new from Anker again. Not sure why MR keeps
Pushing trash companies. Their customer service is awful.

I have a dozen Anker products and all but one work great. The one that stopped working, I had got a free replacement from their customer support, which was a very nice experience


If apple doesn't sell it then let that be your guide.

There’s a lot of stuff that Apple doesn’t sell. It doesn’t mean it’s bad
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20 weeks ago


If apple doesn't sell it then let that be your guide.

Apple also sells $400 computer wheels and a $1000 monitor stand :rolleyes:

I've bought lots of Anker stuff -- cables, chargers, hubs, etc., and it's all been top-notch.
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20 weeks ago
I have several Anker products, either at home or at work.

* My Anker external battery pack has held up well for the two years I've owned it.
* An Anker USB Ethernet dongle has been a little more finicky.
* An Anker docking station seems to work well, although I've only had it (at work) for a short while.
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20 weeks ago


I have a dozen Anker products and all but one work great. The one that stopped working, I had got a free replacement from their customer support, which was a very nice experience


There’s a lot of stuff that Apple doesn’t sell. It doesn’t mean it’s bad

That's my exact experience too. Only one thing ever didn't work and they sent a FREE upgrade.


Apple also sells $400 computer wheels and a $1000 monitor stand :rolleyes:

I've bought lots of Anker stuff -- cables, chargers, hubs, etc., and it's all been top-notch.

Yes every Anker item I've ever bought is still working. Last night I noticed the casing on my Apple C>L Cable was cracked. Have had my Anker cables longer, and none are damaged in any way.
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20 weeks ago


If apple doesn't sell it then let that be your guide.

Yeah, I don't think that's particularly good advice. Apple sells a lot of Belkin products on their store, for instance, yet a lot of people (including myself) have had bad experiences with Belkin's products.
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20 weeks ago
Just before Christmas I upgraded my phone from an old iPhone 7 to an 11 Pro, and along with that went searching for wireless chargers for the first time. I already had a 2yo Anker PowerCore 13000 which is still performing very well, so I decided to buy a PowerWave Pad to try out. I was happy enough to buy two more PowerWave Pads for the house and a PowerWave Stand for my office at work... I got them all back in January when they had their previous sale. Very happy with these products so far.
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