In the online shop of the accessories manufacturer UGREEN there are currently Black Friday deals with discounts of up to 40%. The offers extend over today's promotional day as well as over the weekend and Cyber Monday on Monday. The offerings include power supplies and chargers, the corresponding cables, docks for connecting computers with numerous peripherals, power banks, mobile power storage, iPhone and iPad accessories and much more. You can find all charging sets, docks and hubs, hard drive enclosures, computer and laptop accessories as well as other products with promotional discounts on this Black Friday & Cyber Monday page.
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Power storage for solar panels: UGREEN Powerstation with a 500 euro discount
Among the offers is e.g. B. the portable power station from UGREEN, which is equipped with wheels and a handle. This offers 2.300 watts of power or a capacity of 2.048 Wh. There is a solar input for up to 1.200 W for quick charging. The power station can be fully charged from the mains in just 1,5 hours. There is a smartphone app for control and monitoring. The trolley part (wheels and handle) can be removed for safe storage. A coupling with other UGREEN power stations to expand capacity is possible. All details can be found here on the product page. There you will find the discount of 1.499,99 euros instead of the regular 1.999,99 euros.
14 connections for extensive use of the power station
The UGREEN power station, which you can currently get with a 25% discount (500 euros), has 14 practical connections. Not only does it provide enough power when camping and at the festival, but it can also operate or charge all kinds of devices in the event of a power outage or other emergency. Everything from the iPhone and iPad to the laptop or PC to the refrigerator or even oxygen device can be linked. These connections are available for this: 4 x sockets for Schuko plugs, 2 x USB-A, 4 x USB-C and 1 x car charging port (cigarette lighter connection). There is also 1 x RV/Anderson port and 2 x DC5521 ports.
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