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Look, 2021 has proved to be frustrating enough without the presence of your scatterbrain. Losing charge of all your electronics at the exact same time is a pain and, if it happened right now, it wouldn’t be the first time. It’s happened before, let’s ensure it doesn’t happen again. This Chargeworx 10,000mah Power Bank with AirPods Holder is the perfect travel companion for anyone who constantly forgets that their phone is at 3% at the most inopportune times.
Okay, let’s touch base on the Chargeworx 10,000mah Power Bank with AirPods Holder for a second. With a 10,000mAh capacity and the capability to travel wherever life takes you, the 75 hours of extra power for your smartphone and other USB devices is the best way to make sure your electronics are juiced up and ready to accompany you through just about anything. And, with an LED indicator to let you know how much energy you have left stored in the power bank, this baby leaves the worry out of everything so you can get back to doing the things you love.
Speaking of things that matter most to you, the Chargeworx 10,000mah Power Bank also has a specific charging slot for Apple AirPods Pro. This way you can listen to tunes, podcasts, or nature ASMR wherever you end up (or, you know, you can just use the charged up pods to tune out your travel buddy, but we won’t tell them when they’re on your last nerve). Essentially, you’ll never have the excuse that your phone wasn’t charged next time someone calls looking to chat about work, a vacation you really don’t care about, or family drama (though sometimes it’s best to let some family members think your phone is always dead).
Get the Chargeworx 10,000mah Power Bank with AirPods Holder, which includes a charging cable and user manual, for $44.99 (reg. $49).
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