AUKEY 30000mAh Power Bank | Preventing Phone Paralysis!

Last updated on October 18th, 2020 at 02:54 pm

I don’t know about y’all, but I’m pretty sure there’s no phone currently known to humankind that can withstand a day in my life.

Prevent that Phone Paralysis with the AUKEY 30000mAh Power Bank!—My Lenovo Moto Z

No matter how large the battery your smartphone boasts (and trust me—when the Asian market rocks devices with batteries as big as 10,000 mAh, you do not know large batteries), there’s only so much it can pull off in a day. Between managing three social media channels, four mobile games, and the tools to manage my #BloggerLife, my power often goes from 100 to 0 real quick. Even with my Lenovo Moto Z’s Incipio Battery Pack Moto Mod (2600 mAh for the phone + 2200 mAh for the Mod), it only keeps me covered by a slim margin… which is why I invest in a new battery pack whenever I get a new phone!

And the latest one to join the family? The AUKEY 30000 mAh Quick Charger 3.0 Power Bank with a 20cm USB-A to USB-C Charging Cable!

The AUKEY 30000 mAh Quick Charger 3.0—Introducing a Solid Contender in the Charging Game!

Prevent that Phone Paralysis with the AUKEY 30000mAh Power Bank!—AUKEY PB-T11 Solo ShotThis wasn’t my first rodeo with the gang at AUKEY—I’d already got my hands on the AUKEY 20000 mAh power back in May 2015, and knew I could get several solid charges from it when on the go. The 20000 mAh was good, but the 30000 mAh model is a beast.

Prevent that Phone Paralysis with the AUKEY 30000mAh Power Bank!—Dimensions and What's in the BoxIncluded in its 581 g frame, the 30000 mAh battery pack includes:

  • Quick Charge 3.0 that lets you charge compatible devices up to 4 times faster than conventional charging
  • A built-in flashlight that’s ridiculously bright
  • AiPower Adaptive Charging Technology that adaptively charges all 5V USB powered devices at up to 2.4A
  • Charging ports for both Lightning cables and micro USB cables (and if you’re not into Apple devices, there’s a USB-C version as well!)
  • What you’ll also find in the package is a USB-A to Type-C Cable, User Manual and 24 Month Warranty Card

So if the struggle is real with your mobile consumption, the AUKEY 30000 mAh Power Bank retails for $69.99 CAD + HST, delivered right to your door from the good folks at Amazon! Or maybe that’s a little too rich for your blood? Maybe you’re feeling a little lucky instead! If so, this might be your day—I’ve got one ready to give away if your stars align just right! Standard Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad rules apply—it takes but a click and a valid email to enter, but your odds improve if you’re willing to spread the word! Good luck to all who enter! (Contest open to all Canadians aged 18+ living outside of Quebec. Contest ends 3/24 @ 11:59 PM ET.)

The AUKEY 30000mAh Power Bank Giveaway!

The AUKEY 30000 mAh Power Bank—Changing the Way You Mobile!

Prevent that Phone Paralysis with the AUKEY 30000mAh Power Bank!—FeaturesFar as I see it, in 2017, you really have no excuses for running out of juice on the go. There’re plenty of powerful, cost-effective options for carrying extra power, but why not get your hands on one of the most powerful power banks in the market with AUKEY’s 30000 mAh Power Bank?

When your phone’s not good enough, you don’t always have to shell out for a new one—sometimes the right accessory’s just what the tech support ordered!

Good luck to all who enter and we’ll see you at the next post!

Until then,

–case p.

Disclaimer: AUKEY sent me a 30000 mAh Power Bank for review—all thoughts and opinions are my own.

By Casey E. Palmer

Husband. Father. Storyteller.

Calling the Great White North his home, Casey Palmer the Canadian Dad spend his free time in pursuit of the greatest content possible.

Thousand-word blog posts? Snapshots from life? Sketches and podcasts and more—he's more than just a dad blogger; he's working to change what's expected of the parenting creators of the world.

It's about so much more than just our kids.

When Casey's not creating, he's busy parenting, adventuring, trying to be a good husband and making the most of his life!

Casey lives in Toronto, Ontario.

39 replies on “AUKEY 30000mAh Power Bank | Preventing Phone Paralysis!”

At the airport and I couldn’t let my family know that I’d landed safely and was ready for pick-up, groan!

the worst time my battery died was when I was talking to a dear old friend, had to run fast to find my charger, lucky enough she called me right back

I was stranded in the middle of the night. I wanted to call a cab but my phone was dead. I had to walk home in dark for over 5 miles!

Ive run out of phone battery while touring on my mountain bike- no phone, no music and no tracking sucks !

Definitely while flying. I don’t remember the date specifically, but I was travelling on a stupid route with two connectors. The phone’s battery ran out at some point while waiting either in Montenegro or Serbia.

These are not large airports with interesting things to see or do!

Suffice it to say, a power bank would have come in really handy back then.

The worst time my battery died was when we were at the cabin and the road washed out and we couldn’t call for help.

The worst time my phone ran out of battery was when we were out hiking and had to call for friends to pick us up. Thankfully we have considerate friends and they showed up about an hour after we were to have called.

My car broke down and my phone died, had to walk a fair distance to a home to call for a tow.

I spend a lot of time in the hospital with my son. I can be there 12-15 hours over several days and nothing is worse than having my phone die.

Forgetting to charge my phone overnight and having only 6% of battery left so basically I had no phone

It would definitely be when a tornado went through our area and of course the phone was dead so no one could get in touch with us to see if we were okay and there was no power to charge the phone.

The worse time I ran out of battery was when my husband and I were at the mall and I couldn’t call him and he couldn’t call me, we eventually found each other.

My phone ran out when I was driving home from Quebec to New Brunswick. My hubby was having a heart attack at home.

At a concert with my son and his wife and we got separated and needed to meet up to get back to his vehicle. I had no idea where he parked it.

When I couldn’t find hubby in Walmart, I must have walked around that store four times before I found him!

The worst time my cell battery died was while clearing security during the airport before boarding check in. I did not have a paper copy to show security and they were not impressed and sent me back to the check in counter.

The worst time that my phone`s battery died was when my car slid into the guard rails on a snowy stormy night. I had to walk to the nearest house to phone my husband and a tow truck.Uggg…..bad timing.

Shopping on my own and my husband not able to reach me to say he’s got an urgent call from work, needs to go there and needs me to take over the kids NOW.

I was out driving and became lost and couldn’t call my husband to help guide me out of sheer confusion

I was in the middle of a long-distance call to my aunt. It was a time sensitive call so I had to immediately find another phone to call back and finish the conversation.

One time I realized my phone hadn’t been charging overnight on my bedside table. The connection was loose so I had to go to work with little to no battery charge!

The worst time I lost battery power in my phone was at the P.V. airport trying to take a picture of an additional Tourist Card (I already had one) they overcharged me for, cash of course. Said I had to pay it or miss my flight.

The worst time I ran out of battery was when our grandson was born!! I managed to make a few calls and take some pictures before the battery ran out. Perhaps it does go with my surname

Calling my husband so he can pick me up because I miss the bus, when my phone died on me so have to ask someone if I can use their phone, so embrassed but I happened so many times….this will be useful for me.thank you

My phone ran out of power on a road trip and we had no idea how to get where we wanted to go!

while the train was on a bridge, it stopped, was on the way to an appointment and had no way of contacting them to let them know of the situation. thanks

The worst time was when I needed to call for pick up after a tour in a foreign country and tourist city.

The worst time for me was it was winter, my bus was late, therefore I needed to call my son’s school as I was on my way to his parent-teacher interview. So I ended up being late with no way to call.

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