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Never run out of battery with the Anker PowerCore 20100 - Down to £23.09 (over 33% off) on Prime Day

Anker Powercore Prime Day
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We've all been there. You have a big meeting coming up, or you need your phone to kill some time during your lunch break, and you've already got one eye on the battery percentage. Heck, you might even be browsing some of the best Amazon Prime Day deals (opens in new tab) and are already switching over to Low Power Mode. It happens - but it doesn't have to be the case. With the Anker PowerCore 20100, you don't have to worry about low phone battery ever again - and it's only £23.09 (opens in new tab) (34% off) on Amazon Prime Day. A great match with the best gaming phone (opens in new tab), perhaps?

It should go without saying that, because this is a Prime Day deal, you don't have very long at all to grab it. Under 12 hours as of writing, and the clock keeps on ticking down. There isn't an infinite amount of stock, either, and with how essential this could prove to your everyday life, these could be off the virtual shelves in no time.

But what sets this apart from any other power bank? For starters, this bad boy charges iPhones 20% quicker than its competitors and you can even charge two phones at once. Perfect for a picnic or if you have a couple of devices that need juice simultaneously. 

It's lighter than its size suggests, too. The PowerCore is just 326g, so you won't feel it when you've got it tucked into your gym bag or with a pile of papers on the way to work. Remember: There's just hours left on the 34% off deal - and this won't stick around for long.

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