Where we're going on a short trip to Los Angeles or long trip in Tokyo, I always have an Anker on me.
It's my favorite battery pack because I usually rely on my phone when I'm in a new city. This may sound like I'm addicted to my phone, but I'm not. I usually use my phone to check review apps like Yelp to find a restaurant, and sometimes there are pictures with only a few seconds of opportunity to snap.
- 2 USB and 1 Micro USB outlet
- Recharges itself in 10 hours with a 2 amp charger
- High-speed charging
- Weighs 12.5 oz
- Can charge an iPhone ~7 times, Galaxy S6 ~5 times, and the iPad mini ~4 times
- Comes with a Micro USB cable
- Travel pouch
- 18-month warranty
What's your favorite travel accessory?
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