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[Amazon.ca] Anker E5 16000mAh ($43.99) and Mini 3200mAh ($17.99) portable batteries

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[Amazon.ca] Anker E5 16000mAh ($43.99) and Mini 3200mAh ($17.99) portable batteries

Sent an email with these new Anker deals.

$43.99 ($6 off) for the E5. Code: 9QPKYAA3
http://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B00N2T7U90

And all the Anker Minis are on sale for $17.99:

Black: http://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B005X1Y7I2
Sliver: http://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B005NF5NTK
Pink: http://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B00EET7UHE
Blue: http://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B00EETOTWS
Gold: http://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B00M0OTTG0

Been pretty popular in the past. Enjoy!
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What's the difference between this and the E7 (and other newer models) aside from battery life?
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Bought this on 6 Dec, 2014 with the promo code (59.99-14=45.99). And it's working great! Customer service was good and professional. I was waiting for the deal of Anker bluetooth speaker. Cant wait anymore and bought the speaker last night, hope it would be great as I expect.

PS: Anker's products are tax free, no idea why.
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Ychanceit wrote: What's the difference between this and the E7 (and other newer models) aside from battery life?
Pretty sure they're all the same generation and the E# just signifies increasing battery life.
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Everyday I come to this forum hoping not to see spam for 'Sunvalleytek'. Everyday I'm disappointed.
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Bought Anker battery pack about a month ago, customer service's great, the device is very high quality and works very well.

Only word of advice is you gotta find a balance between capacity and weight. We bought a 10,000 mAh unit and it's a little on the heavy side for everyday use (my wife just leaves it in her handbag) ... to me, 6,500 mAh is probably ideal.
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Ychanceit wrote: What's the difference between this and the E7 (and other newer models) aside from battery life?
Output wise:
E7 = 4A between 3 USB ports
E5 = 3A between 2 USB ports
number17 wrote: Bought Anker battery pack about a month ago, customer service's great, the device is very high quality and works very well.

Only word of advice is you gotta find a balance between capacity and weight. We bought a 10,000 mAh unit and it's a little on the heavy side for everyday use (my wife just leaves it in her handbag) ... to me, 6,500 mAh is probably ideal.
I got myself the E1 for daily. Small yet very compact with 2A.
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I have the E4 and love it; chargers my HTC One and Nexus 9 fast.
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E5 is also on sale at amazon.com at USD$29.99.
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No kidding. Please, don't even get me started on how rife Amazon is with fraudulent behavior, both from '3rd party sellers' and Amazon themselves. For a company that cares so much about reputation, you'd all be absolutely shocked by how Amazon actually conducts business.
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noodlehed wrote: Everyday I come to this forum hoping not to see spam for 'Sunvalleytek'. Everyday I'm disappointed.
Thanks for the clue. was unaware about this sort of practice going on here on RFD.
this place is like being in a Product Placement virtual reality run by "pro-trollers".



ha, "pro-trollers", just made that up. patent pending.... :razz:

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