[Deal Alert] Icefox F1 Portable 12,000mAh Charger $14.87 On Amazon After $9 Coupon

[Deal Alert] Icefox F1 Portable 12,000mAh Charger $14.87 On Amazon After $9 Coupon

[Deal Alert] Icefox F1 Portable 12,000mAh Charger $14.87 On Amazon After $9 Coupon

3 comments 📅30 September 2015, 02:45


[Deal Alert] Icefox F1 Portable 12,000mAh Charger $14.87 On Amazon After $9 Coupon
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Are you in the market for an external battery pack? No? About to be tempted anyway? I thought so.

The Icefox F1 portable charger packs a capacity of 12,000mAh. That’s enough to charge your smartphone three or four times, and it can pump at least a couple charges into your tablet while you’re at it. With two USB ports, you can charge both at the same time, and Smart IC support means the pack will try to pump juice into both while avoiding overcharging and overvoltage. A little LED screen shows how much power you have left to work with.

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The regular price is $24, but if you enter coupon code X4DHBSXX at checkout, that will bring the price down to $14.87. It may not be a nice, round number, but it’s smaller by nine bucks. Also, the discount is good for more than one battery. So if you want to stick a couple in your cart before heading for the exit, we understand.

3 Comments

  1. 
Freak4Dell
    07 October 2015, 02:45 Freak4Dell

    Agreed. I hate Apple’s model, too, but don’t have a problem with Amazon’s. Apple spi1 their product as a unive1al solution to everything, whereas Amazon makes it clear that their product is intended to be an accessory to their services. This is not an all-purpose Android tablet…it just so happe1 that Amazon provides mea1 for pretty much all the common purposes an average pe1on uses a tablet for. So, it makes se1e that they would keep out the competition. Plus, Amazon doesn’t seem to be as draconian about it as Apple is. If the app is compatible and doesn’t directly compete with them, they’ll allow it. Apple rejects stuff that has no effect on their revenues and is perfectly compatible. Lastly, Amazon makes it easy to sideload apps if you really want them. Apple…not so much.

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  2. 
Woooooahkay
    09 October 2015, 02:45 Woooooahkay

    I do agree with you on this. It needs to at least have a toggle to turn it off. I know 4.3 doesn’t. More optio1 are always a good thing.

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  3. 
Ananda Babu
    10 October 2015, 02:45 Ananda Babu

    Yes its.
    Mobile – Mobile – No WiFi Router required
    Mobile – Laptop – No WiFi Router required
    Mobile – PC – WiFi Router required

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