Deals Spotlight: Anker's New Gold Box Includes Up to 42% Off Battery Packs and Wireless Chargers

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Today only, you can save up to 42 percent on ten of Anker's best charging accessories. These include portable battery packs, USB-C cables, Lightning cables, wireless chargers, and more.

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Like all of Amazon's Gold Box deals, these discounts will last for today only, so if you spot anything you like be sure to place your order before the end of the day. Anker's accessories match perfectly with numerous Apple products, including iPhone, iPad, and MacBook.

Anker Gold Box Deal for June 19

Cables
[*]Powerline+ II USB-C to USB-A Cable (3ft) - $8.15, down from $11.99
[*]Powerline Micro USB Cable (6-pack, assorted lengths) - $11.22, down from $14.99
[*]Powerline II USB-C to Lightning Cable (3ft) - $11.99, down from $15.99
[*]Powerline II USB-C to USB-C Cable (3ft) - $14.99, down from $19.99
Wall, Car, and Wireless Chargers
[*]Dual USB Car Charger - $14.99, down from $25.99
[*]5-Port USB Wall Charger - $22.49, down from $29.99
[*]PowerPort Wireless Pad + Stand Bundle - $29.99, down from $39.99
[*]Wireless Charging Pad + USB-C Quick Charge Adapter - $36.99, down from $49.99
Battery Packs
[*]PowerCore 10,000 mAh - $21.59, down from $33.99
[*]PowerCore+ 26,800 mAh - $55.99, down from $86.99 There are also quite a few Anker discounts going on outside of today's flash sale, including discounts on Bluetooth speakers like the Ace A1 Wireless Speaker for $17.99, down from $25.99, and the Ace A0 Wireless Mini Speaker for $14.99, down from $19.99. You can find these sales in our Deals Roundup.

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I wish they would make the short 1ft cables for USB-C like they have for their other cables. I want a good, braided USB-C 1ft cable for my Samsung T5s and one with a lightning connector so I can charge my iPhone off my iPad Pro. I like smaller, rugged cables for my bag.
 

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I wish they would make the short 1ft cables for USB-C like they have for their other cables. I want a good, braided USB-C 1ft cable for my Samsung T5s and one with a lightning connector so I can charge my iPhone off my iPad Pro. I like smaller, rugged cables for my bag.
https://www.monoprice.com/category/cables/usb-&-lightning-cables/usb-c-cables?&menuDisStr=usb c cables&master_Length_uFilter=1.5ft&TotalProducts=27

Monoprice has some USB-C braided cables that might fit the bill for you. I've always had good luck with their cables.
 

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I bought that 10000 redux pack about a month ago for $30. It's a great size in terms of capacity vs. physical dimensions. Easily pocketable but still recharges my XS Max about twice, and quickly. I wouldn't hesitate to buy at this price.
 
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macduke

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https://www.monoprice.com/category/cables/usb-&-lightning-cables/usb-c-cables?&menuDisStr=usb c cables&master_Length_uFilter=1.5ft&TotalProducts=27

Monoprice has some USB-C braided cables that might fit the bill for you. I've always had good luck with their cables.
So they are good now? I bought some cables from them a very long time ago and they were terrible, lol. Pretty sure were 30-pin cables. Funny enough, they were the short ones, but not braided, and they cracked around the flex joint on the connector within weeks and within a month the wires were pulling out, lol. After that I only stuck with Apple cables until I found Anker—especially since there were so many stories around that time of devices catching fire from crappy cables.
 

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So they are good now? I bought some cables from them a very long time ago and they were terrible, lol. Pretty sure were 30-pin cables. Funny enough, they were the short ones, but not braided, and they cracked around the flex joint on the connector within weeks and within a month the wires were pulling out, lol. After that I only stuck with Apple cables until I found Anker—especially since there were so many stories around that time of devices catching fire from crappy cables.
Everything I have ever bought from them seemed good quality. I've bought USB/Lightning, USB-C, and a bunch of HDMI cables in the last couple years and I've been happy with them. They seem to ship pretty fast also.
 

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Everything I have ever bought from them seemed good quality. I've bought USB/Lightning, USB-C, and a bunch of HDMI cables in the last couple years and I've been happy with them. They seem to ship pretty fast also.
I've had good experiences with their cables, but both battery banks I bought failed after a year (the second unit failed just a week out of warranty). Maybe it's just bad luck, but I wouldn't count on the quality of their battery chargers.