This seems to have a few advanced features that may be contributing to the price. Most power banks can’t charge another device while they are charging, nor have I seen one with a year standby time, but that may be pretty standard for battery packs. On the other hand, the capacity is pretty small –I wouldn’t buy it just for that.
I wish I understood this gif.
There appears to be a fourth dog coming in with the third? I also am guessing the dog wanted attention from the camera person.
I get that it’s an animal and hard to know what it’s thinking but some seem to have a good track record like The Dog whisperer. My cat from Hell etc…
OK, today’s deal looks nice and sleek, but trying to figure out where the additional $15-16 of functionality is vs. the prior Meh deal for $3 each… with identical primary function (battery) capacity of 2,600 mAh:
Oh Cool! Potentially exploding flashlight! I need to get one of these to go with those hoverboard things or whatever they are called in case I can’t start a fire with that. This makes it a camping survival devise right - dual use - light and fire starter?
Per an amazon review:
"The product warnings rule out keeping the light in your car for emergencies, as the device can’t be expose to extreme temperatures, under 32 degrees and over 113 degrees. Plus the warning clearly states that the light can explode, yes I meant to type explode, if it is left in a closed vehicle.
Also the device must be stored flat, which would be another difficulty in most vehicles, as I really can’t think of a flat space, other than the floor of my vehicle, which brings to mind another product warning, the light must be kept away from dust, I am not sure how much dust would cause this light to malfunction and result in fire or electric shock, but I was a little worried because I hadn’t dusted my house in the past week."