Review: Is the Anker Power Core II 10000 worth your money? (@AnkerOfficial)

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This review is sponsored by Anker. They were kind enough to send me some goodies to review and use to help raise some Autism Awareness. The opinions on these products are my own and in no way influenced by anyone or anything.

A few weeks ago, I received a box from Anker. Anker is the top maker of portable chargers, USB cables as well as other tech we use every day.

This particular box contained their brand new PowerCore II 10000 portable charger. They also included two charging cables as well. The first cable was USB C (most commonly used with new Android devices) and the second was a Lightening Cable (exclusive to Apple).

While I’m not going into to detail about the cables themselves, they are top notch and I typically only get my cables from Anker for that reason.

In our house, we have tablets, phones, computers and Chromebooks that charge via USB C and we also have a few portable chargers as well. I’ve been a fan of Anker for few years now because their products have always performed well and met my needs.

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How many Autism parents out there, get chills just thinking about their child’s tablet running out of juice while on the way to Grandma’s? Kids with Autism can often rely heavily on their tablet, iPad or phone for a number of reasons. Parents can sometimes even rely in them for their own personal sanity. lol

Having the ability to charge their device while on the go, can literally be a life saver at times. ☺

When it comes to the PowerCore II 10000, you get a portable battery, smaller than a deck of cards, that can recharge most phones or tablets, several times.

This charger contains 10,000 mAh of juice to meet your charging needs. This will allow me to fully recharge my Note 8 about 3 times. I can recharge my Tab S3 roughly 2 times. This is perfect for car rides or even if the power goes out.

Even better, if your device is capable of fast charging, this battery will rapidly charge your device. PowerIQ 2.0 technology insures the fastest, safest charge possible.

The PowerCore II 10000, feels very good in my hand. The surface is slightly textured for a better grip and the LED lit button, shows the charge status of the battery itself. The PowerCore II will fully recharge in about 2.5 hours and that’s pretty amazing.

As I said, I’ve been using this battery to recharge my Note 8 and Tab S3, both capable of fast charging and its performed quite well. I’ve had zero complaints about the PowerCore II 10000.

This little power pack would be a perfect gift for anyone and at only $23.00, you could even grab one for yourself. ☺

In all seriousness, portable chargers are very convenient and extend the usability of your portable device. There are good ones and there are bad ones. Anker happens to produce some of the best you can buy and they do so at a very reasonable price.

If you’re interested in checking out the PowerCore II 10000 or any other of Anker’s portable chargers, click here. I don’t get anything if you buy or even click the link. No pressure on my end, I’m simply sharing a product that might benefit you or your family. ☺

I will say that if you are looking for the perfect gift for a loved one or family member with Autism, something like this might be perfect. Being able to extend the use of their precious portable device is priceless, especially when it’s relied on so much…. ☺

Rob Gorski

Full time, work from home single Dad to my 3 amazing boys. Oh...and creator fo this blog. :-)
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