It doesn’t matter one jot how great the power management of our phones gets, or how huge the batteries become. There will always be a need to charge them while outside, or just away from an accessible power point. It’s a fact of life, and having a battery pack handy can be a real lifesaver. OLALA makes some of our favorite accessories, and right now you can save on its 10,000mAh battery with built-in Lightning cable.
When we say built-in, we mean it. When it’s not in use this Lightning cable gets out of your way, so you can forget it’s there. However, when you need it this MFi-certified Lightning cable can charge your iPhone or iPad without issue, and the battery pack itself is capable of fully charging an iPhone 8 almost four times, and an iPhone X more than twice. All of that from something that is super compact and portable.
And, right, now, it’s super inexpensive, too.
Buy: OLALA 10000mAh Portable Charger with Built-in Lightning Cable from Amazon: $14.35 with code 8LB6F5Z7 | Original price: $35
That saving is absolutely one that’s worth taking advantage of, and while the battery pack is well priced already, saving more than 50% makes it an absolute steal.
This offer is only good util April 18th, so don’t delay in getting your order in. You’ll be kicking yourself if you miss out on the chance to pick this portable battery pack up, especially the next time your iPhone dies on you.
Just don’t forget to enter that special discount code at checkout otherwise you will be charged the full $35 price. Again, it’s still cheap at full price, but the luxury of having a discount at your disposal is an opportunity you should not miss.
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