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id="article-body" class="row" section="article-body"> Grab and go: These power banks are always at the ready, thanks to their docking station.

Tylt Michigan cheeps! I have another library program coming up: The Dearborn Public Library, Php Scripts this Wednesday (Sept. 26) at 6:30 p.m. I'll be sharing some of my favorite money-saving secrets, Magento Extensions raffling off prizes and giving every attendee a cool mobile accessory. Come on out!

I like products that solve problems, even if they're tiny little first-world problems. Like, for example: I'm rushing out the door and Wpbakery realize my phone isn't going to last the day; I need a mobile charger. But, dang it, where the heck did I leave it? And, oh, typical: I forgot to recharge it.

Here's a product that solves that problem, and for cheap: Free Opencart Themes For a limited time, and Nulled Wordpress Modules Php Scripts while supplies last, Daily Steals has the Tylt 2-pack Portable Power Bank with docking station for $14.99. That's after applying discount code CHPSKTYLT at checkout. 

See it at Daily StealsYou get two mobile chargers, each with a single 2.1A USB port for powering your whatever. They're 5,200mAh power packs, so they should be able to fully recharge any phone at least once.

But the real appeal, to my thinking, is the dual-slot dock. Just lay the chargers in -- they have "easy touch charging contacts," so you don't have to line up a connector or anything -- and they'll stay topped off and ready. Then grab one when you're headed out the door!

In an ideal world, these would have a built in Lightning and/or microUSB cable for super-easy on-the-go charging. Tylt actually makes a bunch of power banks with that handy feature. Alas, here it's BYO cable.

Of course, let's not forget: $15! I haven't been able to dig up much history on this product, but Tylt is a premium brand; I suspect this originally sold for at least $60, if not more. And I love the convenience of having two always-charged power banks right near my door, right where I need them.

Your thoughts?

Two USB ports and a motion-sensing LED light, all for 10 bucks.

MeGa Bonus deal: Speaking of power, how about adding USB ports to an AC outlet? That's undeniably handy -- especially when the add-on also has a motion-activated LED.

Like this one: For a limited time, and while supplies last, the MeGa Dual USB Outlet Wall Plate is $9.99 with promo code WALLPLATE10. Regular price: $14.99.

See it at AmazonOn paper, Nulled Wordpress Themes this seem pretty ingenious. It does require a bit of rewiring, but nothing major -- just make sure you're not installing it on a duplex or GFCI outlet. It works only with rectangular "decor" outlets.

When you're done, you'll net a pair of 2.4A USB ports and an upper lip where you can rest your phone or tablet while it's charging. Meanwhile, the motion-sensing LED turns on when you get within about five feet of the outlet, and turns off after a minute of inactivity.

Ah, but where should this go? A hallway? No one charges their devices in a hallway. Bedroom? You don't want the LED going off every time you roll over. Kitchen? Maybe, but you typically find a lot of GFCI outlets in there.

Your thoughts?

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