Amazon Deal: Aukey 10000mAh Battery Pack for iPhone/iPad on Sale for $19.99

If you have been looking for an external battery pack that can charge your iPhone, iPad and other USB devices, Aukey’s 10,000mAh portable Power Bank charger is on sale on at $19.99, which is 60% off and its lowest price ever, according to price tracker CamelCamelCamel:

Screenshot 2015 06 23 21 31 16

Screenshot 2015 06 23 21 32 28

The Aukey Power Bank is available right now in four colours and is fulfilled by Amazon, which means free shipping if your order is $25 or higher and also eligible for Prime. It also means easy returns too if you’re not happy with it.

Screenshot 2015 06 23 21 31 42

This unit has dual USB ports that can bring 1.5A and 2.1A output, allowing you to quickly charge higher capacity devices such as the iPhone 6 and iPad. There are LED lights to let you know how much juice is left within its lithium-ion battery cells. So far, reviews are pretty decent for this charger.

If you always need to stay juiced up, this portable battery pack will make sure you never run out of power ever again with its massive capacity. You’ll need one of these for camping this summer, surely. The deal was posted on RedFlagDeals so you should act quickly before it sells out!

Click here to jump on the Aukey 10,000mAh Power Bank while it’s still available. Another pack RFD forum members are considering is Aukey’s 12,000mAh version also on sale for $25.99 and shipped free.


Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Follow me on Twitter, and @iPhoneinCanada, and on Google+.

  • Riddlemethis

    I found with Amazon that even they say free shipping over $X many items are exempt unless you use Prime. Looks like the capacity of this charger is way below what they claim:
    “Works like intended. Has a very nice-feeling heft to it. Does not seem to produce nearly 10000mAh- after a full charge, I decided to charge my Nexus 5 from 15% to 100%. The light turned blue, which is supposed to indicate 70% battery left. In theory that should mean it gave my Nexus 5 3000mAh, even though the Nexus 5 has a 2300mAh battery, and I didn’t even charge it all the way. I decided to drain my phone to 15% and try again, and by the time my phone was at 100% the ring has turned red, indicating the battery pack was at 30%. What in theory should have drained the battery pack approximately 39% (3900 mAh) instead apparently drained it 70%+. Apparently they were a couple thousand mAh off”.
    “It’s capacity is overrated. I would say it is closer to 8000-9000mAh as I have tested it with other batteries I have.
    I have noticed some devices like the PS Vita charge from this device which is a plus.
    It also takes a very long time to charge, but that can be done overnight”.
    “Wouldn’t buy, takes more than 48 hours to charge.. Even then it’s not at 100%. Charges my iPhone 6 plus 75%.”

  • Zoltan

    That’s right,most of the battery bank over rated, never happened whatever they advertising

  • Agreed. Picked up an Anker 5200mAh but was only able to charge a i6+ from 1% to 93%. In theory it should provide at least 1.5 full charges. I was on the fence about getting a smaller battery pack, glad I didn’t.