Zendure’s 100W SuperTank Pro battery is $75 off for Verge readers


The 26,800 mAh SuperTank Pro is a little chunky, but ready for travel with its sleek aluminum body. | Photo by Chaim Gartenberg / The Verge

Need portable power? How about a whole lot, with the ability to fast charge up to 100W to top up your devices in minimal time? That’s exactly what the Zendure SuperTank Pro is capable of, and Wellbots is offering a special discount today only – only for roadside readers.

You can save $75 on the SuperTank Pro 26,800 mAh power bank at Wellbots when you use code VERGE75 at checkout. That brings the price to $154.99 and ships for free. This sturdy portable charger has four USB-C ports, with a maximum output of 100W to charge a laptop or quickly charge multiple smaller devices such as smartphones, tablets, a Steam Deck or a Nintendo Switch. It’s a pretty versatile power bank, and the real kicker is the built-in OLED panel, which shows you the charging speeds of any device plugged into it. And while it’s far from the smallest charger, the sleek aluminum housing is travel-ready — it gives off a sort of luxe or attache-case vibe. Read our review.

Beans, beans, the magic… earplugs? Wait what?

Samsung’s Galaxy Buds Live true wireless earbuds in black are back to their best price of $89.99 at Amazon. While these are often on sale, this $60 discount is about as good as it gets for the bean-shaped tops. Samsung may now have much nicer options with the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro, but the Buds Live are still worth it for their unique fit, great battery life and much lower price. They may not have the best noise cancellation by 2022 standards, but they certainly score a lot of points with a charm factor – even in an unobtrusive all-black. Read our review.

Temperatures are changing rapidly as we approach fall, which means that in many locations you’ll have to deal with a daily transition from cold mornings to warm days to chilly evenings. Sweater weather is wonderful, but a high heating and cooling bill is not. Google’s latest Nest Learning Thermostat is designed to help you navigate these months and save you money by making automatic adjustments to your needs and schedule. It is currently on sale for $189.99 ($60 off) at Best Buy and B&H Photo in a variety of colors and finishes to best match your corporate identity. Although this model has been around for a while, it’s still one of the most complete thermostats, especially from Google because it’s much smarter than Nest’s base model.

If you’ve recently seen David Pierce embrace his love for the Apple Watch’s solo loop band but don’t feel like spending $100 on the elastic band, Palmetto Bands offers a popular replacement at a fraction of the price. you can get three elastic watchbands of your choice for $45 ($9 off), and these are offered for several smartwatches: Apple, Fitbit, Samsung, Garmin, Withings, Amazfit, and Fossil. Plus, the designs go way beyond anything those brands would offer, ranging from solid colors to wildly vibrant patterns. Like Apple’s loop straps, these straps don’t have a buckle – you just slide them over your hand and they’re designed to fit snugly on your wrist. Be sure to measure your wrist and select the correct size on Palmetto’s site when ordering.

Despite having a higher starting price than its M1 predecessor, there’s a lot to like about the new MacBook Air with M2 processor. Sure, the 2020 M1 version is still there at a lower price point, but if you want all the nice refinements of the M2 (thinner and lighter design, MagSafe charging, 1080p webcam, etc.), you’ll have to. Pay. So at least this $100 discount helps ease the pain a bit. The M2 MacBook Air is currently available at Amazon and Best Buy for $1,099 (normally $1,199). Amazon has silver and space gray for that price, while Best Buy has all four colors on offer. The midnight color option is by far the coolest of them all, although it is also a fingerprint magnet. More importantly, it’s a very good laptop (despite some somewhat underpowered basic storage) that now tops our buying guide as the one we recommend most. Read our review.

Another batch of good deals:

  • Need Lightning cables? Such as a a lot of Lightning cables? Amazon has a five-pack of Anker USB-C to Lightning wires for $25.52 ($34.47 off) when you use code ANCHOR33025 at the cash register. These cables support fast charging, and the bundle includes three sizes (two three-foot wires, two six-foot wires, and one 10-foot wire).
  • Verizon sells Apple’s MagSafe Battery Pack for $74.24 ($24.76 discount). While there are cheaper magnetic battery packs that hold more power for MagSafe-compatible iPhones, Apple’s battery syncs with iOS for some nifty software tricks — like showing you the current battery level on the operating system and estimating what charge level it’ll give you. until.
  • Want a magnetic battery for your iPhone that is cheaper, stores more power, and even has a built-in Popsocket? Anker’s 622 MagGo battery retails for $49.99 ($20 off) when you click the coupon on the page. It can’t charge at the 15W maximum speeds of official MagSafe chargers, but it manages 7.5W and charges via USB-C.
  • The PlugBug Slim from Twelve South is a compact USB-C wall charger that delivers 20W of power in a small form factor, alongside a cute name. It is on sale at Amazon for $20.09 (about $5 off). These can be super handy if you have an outlet in a tight space.
  • that of Amazon Echo Home Entertainment Bundle (includes an Echo Studio speaker and a pair of fourth-generation Echo speakers) costs $299.97 now at Amazon. That’s $100 off the trio of smart speakers, which is a hefty discount for going all-in with Alexa. However, new Amazon products are coming soon, so this could be a low-key fire sale ahead of new models.
  • You know what’s better than one smart outlet that gives older appliances new tricks? An entire power strip that works for up to five devices. The Kasa Smart Plug Power Strip KP303 is on sale at Amazon for $24.99 ($5 off). It has three power outlets and two USB-A ports, and it syncs with Amazon Alexa or the Google Assistant without the need for a hub.


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