10-Pack: Enerplex Stackable Power Banks with Lightning Connector

The best part about getting 10 of these things is that you can hand them out to friends and be hailed as a hero. Is this an exaggeration? You might not think so, at first. You might say, “Chill, Meh. Heroes don’t just give their friends cheap stuff they bought online. A real hero does something brazen and life-saving. Like, maybe he or she gives some random dude on the street an emergency appendectomy.”

And that’s where you’re wrong. Because giving someone an Enerplex Mini Power Bank is actually just as heroic as an emergency appendectomy, and we can prove it with philosophical concept of mathematics known as Basic Arithmetic of Triumph vs. Money, Audacity, & Nano-seconds (B.A.T.M.A.N.). Basically, the theory posits that the level of heroism should not concern merely the act itself, but also its rate of success, as well as the time and financial burden taken on for one to be capable of such an act.

So, let’s dive in:

In order to perform an emergency appendectomy, you need to know what a regular appendectomy is, which means you need to be a doctor. According to a cursory search, the average debt of a freshly graduated med student is a whopping $190,000. That’s a crazy high number, but it makes sense when you consider the time that goes into it. You’ve got four years of undergrad, then another four years of med school, then a residency. And just for A MERE CHANCE to save someone’s life. Because all those years didn’t exactly prepare you to work with a ballpoint pen and a nail file or whatever else you have in your day bag. And if you do fail? You could get potentially find yourself in some expensive legal trouble.

Now, as for the Enerplex Mini Power Bank: at $30 for 10, that’s $3 each. Obtaining one takes only a minute for checkout and a few days for shipping. And then boom: you’re ready to hand it over to that friend of yours whose phone always dies. And that way her phone will be charged when she gets the call about the reactor failure at the nuclear plant (because she just happens to be the foremost expert on nuclear power) and she’s able get there on time and stop it from melting down. Thus, you essentially just saved thousands of lives by proxy for only a few bucks and a little bit of waiting!

Okay, maybe we made some inferences in that second scenario, but you see what we’re saying. Be the change you want to see in the world. Buy these Enerplex Mini Power Banks.


  • Each one of these holds 1700mAh – about a full phone charge, depending on the phone
  • You plug one in, and then the rest can charge conductively just stacking on top of each other
  • We get it, it’s a lot of power banks.
  • Like, you’re thinking “why would I need 10 power banks?”
  • But think of it like this - you’re not buying it for all the power banks, you’re buying it for the confidence you always have a charged power bank
  • And $34 for confidence is pretty cheap these days


  • Model: JU-MINI-GY
  • Condition: New
  • DC input: 5V/.5-1A
  • Output: 5V/1A max
  • Total output power: 5V/1040mAh (5.2Wh)
  • Battery: Li-Polymer 3.7V/1700mAh (6.29Wh)
  • Charges via Micro USB
  • Plug one in and stack as many as you want to charge via magnetic “stack and charge” capability
  • Dimensions: 3.5 x 2.25 x 0.3 inches
  • Micro USB model includes adapter to allow plugging in standard USB cables (female micro USB to female USB-A)

In the box

10x Jumpr Mini 1700 mAh powerbank
10x Micro USB charging cable


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