AUKEY 30000mAh Power Bank | Preventing Phone Paralysis!

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.

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!

This 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.

GIVEAWAY: DADDY’S GOT A BRAND NEW TOY — TELUS x The Lenovo Moto Z — Changing the Way We Smartphone!

“You need a Moto Z.”

— Casey Palmer to basically everyone he talks to, gushing over how awesome his phone is.

In the beginning, I wondered what was so cool about a phone without a headphone jack.

When Apple announced the iPhone 7 in September, people lost their minds—what’s the point of having a device with access to millions of songs if you can’t listen to them? Buy wireless earbuds, they said. Change up the charging port with a dongle, they said.  It took a feature everyone knew so well and did away with it—for a number of good reasons, mind you (waterproofing and Bluetooth redundancy to name a couple), but for all the negative hoopla they got about it, people failed to note two things:

  1. We must embrace better methods to make better phones, and
  2. That Apple didn’t do it first.