For Black Friday, get up to 50% off an Anker charger or power bank

For Black Friday, get up to 50% off an Anker charger or power bank

This one will normally set you back $16, but you can snag one right now for $7 for a 56% discount — probably the biggest savings by percentage out of this list. If you’re more of a wired charging person and you just want something that pulls power from the wall at really high speeds, the Nano II 45W is probably one of the better options you can get. It’s compatible with Samsung’s Super Fast Charging tech, and it can also fast charge iPhones up to three times faster than a standard 5W charging brick.

There are a number of third-party smartphone accessory companies out there, but Anker is probably one of the most well-known. The company is most known for its chargers, power banks, ports, and cables, but it has just branched out into the audio/earbuds industry. And if you want to get some of those things for your phone on Black Friday, now is the time to do so – the official Anker website now has several tempting bargains. If you’re looking for a cheap wireless charging pad that doesn’t compromise on features like fast charging, this one from Anker should suffice. It charges Samsung cellphones at 10 watts, iPhones at 7.5 watts, and anything else at 5 watts.

Normally, this charger costs $40, but you can get one for yourself for $28 right now, as it’s 30% off. Act fast, though, as this deal will be gone soon. Don’t need the whole 45W that the Nano II offers? Then the PowerPort charging brick might be a little bit of a better deal for you. Instead of 45W, this one caps out at 20W, which should still manage to deliver acceptable charging speeds to your smartphone.

This one typically retails for $31, but right now, you can get it for $21. And it’s a two-pack, so you’re getting two charging bricks here for the price. What if you already have a bunch of wall chargers or wireless chargers, and you just want something that can give you a quick top-up while you’re on the go? Anker has an amazing lineup of power banks too, and the Anker Powerhouse 100 is one of the best ones you can get for the money. It has a 27,000 mAh capacity and gives you a USB-C port, two full-size USB ports, and even a 100W outlet so you can plug anything to it.

The Powerhouse 100 is typically steeply-priced, retailing at $220. For today, though, you can get it for half-off, at $110. Be quick, though — this won’t last forever. Is the Powerhouse 100 not enough? The Powerhouse 200 might just be the absolute unit you’re looking for. This isn’t the kind of power bank you carry around in your bag. This one is big, has a carrying handle, a massive 57,600 mAh capacity, and a lot of connectivity, so you’re never caught without power on the go. This is more suitable for things like camping, where you need to be off the grid for a good chunk of time. Whatever’s the reason why you need such a monstrosity, you’ll be glad to know it’s $92 off right now. While it usually costs $262, you can grab one right now for just $170, so definitely check it out.

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