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When it comes to power outages or other emergency situations, you know what they say: Better safe than sorry.
Portable power banks provide peace of mind. Not only do they shed light should things go dark, but they can power up life-sustaining equipment and your fridge for keeping food and medicines safe.
Don’t wait until an emergency. The Jackery Portable Power Station 160 is on sale for $130 with an on-page coupon (was $160). That’s nearly 20 percent off.
This is a hefty portable power bank that can handle multiple devices for long periods of time. It packs a punch with a 167 watt-hour lithium-ion battery. The bank is also designed to charge just about anything, from smartphones and laptops to mini-coolers and drones. It comes with two USB-A ports, one USB-C port, a 110-volt AC power outlet. It even boasts a 24-month warranty, just in case.
And no need to save it for an emergency: Take it camping, hunting or whenever you find yourself needing some juice.
“Today was my test day and I must say I am extremely happy with this product,” wrote another satisfied reviewer. “Besides camping, I live in a hurricane prone area and two things I have learned: You can't take everything with you and you don't know what you will be facing when you return after an evacuation. I keep copies of insurance papers, photos of my home inside and out and store all of my vital information on my laptop to show the insurance company. I have charged my laptop, two phones, handheld radios, emergency lighting and tested it with my CPAP and all worked well. When I need to evacuate this will go with me. I would also like to mention the sales/service department that answered all of my questions. I took this with me to the VFW post and my fellow campers were interested and are considering getting one of their own.”
Shop it: Jackery Portable Power Station Explorer 160, $130 with “on-page” coupon (was $160), amazon.com
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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