Recharge while riding with deals on external battery packs
Thursday, December 21, 2017 - 08:15
If you run out of juice on one of your devices, it can spoil a big day. Hell, if your lights pucker out a power outage can even completely end your ride.
Even if you're not taking on a massive day in the saddle, an external battery pack is a brilliant investment. They're not just useful for your bike gadgets, they've also saved quite a few phones.
We've even heard stories of riders borrowing these at a cafe to recharge Di2 batteries.
Imuto Battery Pack
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This super simple charger packs a massive amount of power with a claimed 7 charges for an iPhone 7 which is certainly power hungry.
There are 2 USB outputs, one being a USB1 Quickcharge. There's also a mircro USB input for charging the device, either from a wall charger or a laptop.
Anker Power Core
The benefit of this Anker charger is that it charges at a universal speed. No matter what device is plugged in, it'll go as fast as possible.
We can see this being perfect for charging lights in workplaces where you haven't got access to a laptop.
EasyAcc Power Bank
With the power to charge 4 devices at once, this is the option for the tech lover.
With 2 lights, a Garmin and a GoPro, we could easily use all the ports for 1 rider. Luckily, at 73% off, your friends can buy their own.
PowerAdd Power Pack
With 10 iPhone 7 charges, this boasts the biggest power of all the power packs in our list.
One of the best things abou this unit is the fast charge time. With dual imputs, this can recharge in 8 hours.
Garmin External Battery Pack
For extra 'off the grid' ability, this solar power pack can charge your Garmin for 20 extra hours of riding.
It can be recharged in 3 ways: USB, the solar panel or via mains.
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