Now’s a good time to pick up a new charger for your phone, tablet and other devices while a number of Anker’s charging accessories are down to record-low prices for Amazon Prime members. Standouts among the discounts are Anker’s 521 magnetic battery pack for MagSafe-compatible iPhones, which is 40 percent off and on sale for $30, and Anker’s 511 2-in-1 power bank, which is 30 percent off and down to $35.
Shop Anker deals at Amazon Buy Anker 521 magnetic battery pack at Amazon – $30 Buy Anker 511 2-in-1 power bank at Amazon – $35
Both portable batteries have a 5,000 mAh capacity, but they’re each versatile in their own ways. The 521 magnetic power pack will snap onto the backs of the latest iPhones, charging them up wirelessly. It’ll provide almost a full extra charge for your iPhone, depending on the model you have, and it’ll even snap on and power up the handset when it has a MagSafe case on it.
The 511 battery pack is essentially a wall charger and a portable battery in one. If you’re near an AC outlet, it can act as a USB-C adapter for all of your mobile devices — provided you have a USB-C charging cable with you. And when you’re not near a power source, you can use its built-in battery to charge up your gadgets. Unlike the 512 magnetic pack, the 511 battery will work with iPhones as well as Google Pixel smartphones, Samsung devices and others.
Prime members can also get the Anker Nano Pro 20W charger with a USB-C to Lightning cable for $28, which is 30 percent off its usual rate. The bundle gives you everything you need to charge your iPhone as quickly as possible, and we like that Anker’s 20W adapter is more compact than Apple’s version. Other accessories on sale include the 623 MagGo 2-in-1 wireless charging station, which you can pick up for a record low of $70, and a two-pack of wireless charging stands, which is on sale for $35.
Anker Nano Pro 20W charger bundle at Amazon – $28 Buy Anker 623 MagGo charging station at Amazon – $70 Buy Anker wireless charging stands (2 pack) at Amazon – $35
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