The Crave PowerPack 2 is a massive stockpile of portable on-the-go power

You can never have enough power. While that sounds like a line from Niccolo Machiavelli, it's also the regular refrain from pretty much anyone with a mobile device. It seems like no matter how long you charge up before you leave the house, it doesn't take more than a few minutes of texting, map directions or — gasp — streaming video to put your battery in the red.

It shouldn't happen. But it does. Constantly. And your only real line of protection from a fast-draining battery is a big hunk of battery charging power backing you up. The Crave PowerPack 2 is as formidable a hunk of portable power as you'll find.

The most important point to spotlight about the PowerPack is it is a truly massive power reserve. Boasting 50,000mAh of power, the PowerPack can charge the standard smartphone or similar devices from zero to 100 percent battery life up to 15 times without a recharge. 

Or instead, you can power up several devices several times over. The PowerPack features 2 PD and 2 QC 3.0 ports, the capability to serve up juice to four devices at once. This battery also has fast-charging features built in, so the bank always knows just how much power your device needs and feeds it as safely and as quickly as possible.

Of course, all that power doesn't mean a lot if the battery feels like you're carrying a brick in your pocket or bag. For all its strength, the PowerPack is surprisingly svelte, weighing in at just about 3 pounds. That means making this a part of your everyday carry assortment won't feel like you need to add a forklift to do it.

With the versatility to handle recharging duties for all of your USB-C powered laptops, smartphones, tablets, mobile devices and beyond, the Crave PowerPack 2 is enough to make sure you aren't fretting about power when you leave the house ever again.

Regularly $249, you can now pick up this energy juggernaut at almost 25 percent off, only $189.99 while this offer lasts.

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