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Home Depot has the Raovac Phone Boost on sale for $3.98 with free in-store pickup only.

  • Lithium-Ion Rechargable Mobile Device Charger
  • Holds Enough Power to Fully Recharge your Mobile Devices
  • Includes Micro USB & Plug for Apple Devices
  • LED Battery Gauge Indicators
  • Keychain Attached for Convenience & Portability
  • Instant Power Once Your Device Is Plugged In.
  • Holds Charge for up to 12 Months


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It is a sale 4 me....

MIGHTYMACHONE (Jan. 26, 2014 @ 5:17p) |

I bought online and after reading the reviews I ended up returning the item. I bought this as a gift or a raffle item In... (more)

seavers01 (Jan. 27, 2014 @ 8:06a) |

Bought one, picked it up yesterday. Plugged it into my LG phone and it immediately began charging it. Seems like there i... (more)

RobStercraw (Jan. 29, 2014 @ 10:21a) |

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$4 bucks not bad

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MicroUSB or Apple 30pin (ie 4S or older)

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In 4 5

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Sweett

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They have this junk, but not the clearance batteries they advertize.

 

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For the price these are great stocking stuffers, FOR NEXT YEAR

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Price is decent but only 400 mAH.

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400mAh

EDIT: oops, someone beat me to it.  seems too low for most phones, but to his/her own.

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I went to the store and they showed me this
Rayovac Backup USB Power Pack with 8AA Battery

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Rayovac-Backup-USB-Power-Pack-with-8A...

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dpid said:   400mAh

EDIT: oops, someone beat me to it.  seems too low for most phones, but to his/her own.

  
"Recharge 100's of times"  Now I understand why it say that.  You have to recharge this and than charge your phone and repeat for hundreds of time to get your phone to full charge. 
Also they are very good to not mention that 400mAh.  I was looking for it all over.

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N41, thanks!

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Thanks OP! Scores two at my local store. My iPhone battery doesn't last all day so this will come in handy when on the road.

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martde said:   I went to the store and they showed me this
Rayovac Backup USB Power Pack with 8AA Battery

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Rayovac-Backup-USB-Power-Pack-with-8A...

  
Good deal for $3.98 + tax. I can keep it in my coat pocket for when I am traveling, can't tell you how many times I've run out of juice in airports or when going around town and don't have the option to plug in.

Green for OP for bringing me to this thread, green to you for posting the 4AA holder

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martde said:   I went to the store and they showed me this
Rayovac Backup USB Power Pack with 8AA Battery

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Rayovac-Backup-USB-Power-Pack-with-8A...

  
Thanks for this, it makes more practical sense than 400mAH for the OP.

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martde said:   I went to the store and they showed me this
Rayovac Backup USB Power Pack with 8AA Battery

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Rayovac-Backup-USB-Power-Pack-with-8A...

  
this guy got a good point about 4AA battery bank.
syswei on SD said: Bought this about a month ago. I prefer not to use disposable batteries, and have plenty of rechargeables on hand...Eneloop 1900mAh 1.2V...using the highly-regarded Eneloops, I can charge a Galaxy S3 to only about 60%. Once. I believe this is because the rechareables are 1.2V, yet the device output is 5V, so 1.2V x 4 = 4.8V comes up a little short. Disposables are 1.5V so that's why this should work better with disposables.

I prefer battery bank that uses 18650 batteries.  It can store a lot more and more powerful.

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Thanks OP and green 4 U. In for 2

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Note the deal with 8 AA is a Rayovac PS73-4BT6 which uses four AA at a time. I comes with 8 AA, which is a great deal for $3.98. This item lists for $24 (with just four batteries) and sells for $20 on Amazon.

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Good deal op

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You could also buy an extended battery and keep your old one charged and swap it if/when need it. 

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After taking another look this things pretty neat

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I ordered the last one at my local Home Depot. Seems like they have so much on clearance these days but that could be due to the fact that like many merchants the holiday revenues were just not very good this past season and they have lot's of stock to get rid of!

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Luke warm reviews for both at Armazon. Takes about 4 hours to complete a full charge and they don't work on iPads. Regardless of price I'll pass.

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AcidSpectrum said:   You could also buy an extended battery and keep your old one charged and swap it if/when need it. 
  Not all the phone has a swap-able battery, such as HTC Titan 2

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WorkerAnt said:   
martde said:   I went to the store and they showed me this
Rayovac Backup USB Power Pack with 8AA Battery

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Rayovac-Backup-USB-Power-Pack-with-8A...

  
this guy got a good point about 4AA battery bank.
syswei on SD said: Bought this about a month ago. I prefer not to use disposable batteries, and have plenty of rechargeables on hand...Eneloop 1900mAh 1.2V...using the highly-regarded Eneloops, I can charge a Galaxy S3 to only about 60%. Once. I believe this is because the rechareables are 1.2V, yet the device output is 5V, so 1.2V x 4 = 4.8V comes up a little short. Disposables are 1.5V so that's why this should work better with disposables.

I prefer battery bank that uses 18650 batteries.  It can store a lot more and more powerful.

 
Must be a big bank to hold almost 20 thousand batteries

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martde said:   I went to the store and they showed me this
Rayovac Backup USB Power Pack with 8AA Battery

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Rayovac-Backup-USB-Power-Pack-with-8A...

  Thanks martde, I'm in for 3.

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For those looking to get the  Rayovac Backup USB Power Pack with 8AA Battery, there's two different packages with the same SKU/UPC.

I got a mix of the 4AA + two cables (microUSB and old Apple style) and the 8AA + one cable (microUSB only). 

My friend ordered two online and his order had the 4AA + two cables, my online order of one also had the 4AA + two cables and I picked up one of the shelf which happened to be the 8AA + 1 cable.
My local store had them listed in "Hardware" but they were actually up front near the checkout by the "battery center", on the side. No way I would have found it myself. Batteries have a 2023 expiration.

Also, it says 500mA max output on the power pack, so it won't charge modern smartphones as fast as your standard charger which is typically 1A or more.

No complaints

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slervik said:   Home Depot has the Raovac Phone Boost on sale for $3.98 with free in-store pickup only.

  • Lithium-Ion Rechargable Mobile Device Charger
  • Holds Enough Power to Fully Recharge your Mobile Devices
  • Includes Micro USB & Plug for Apple Devices
  • LED Battery Gauge Indicators
  • Keychain Attached for Convenience & Portability
  • Instant Power Once Your Device Is Plugged In.
  • Holds Charge for up to 12 Months


LINK

  Claim is 400mah is enough to "fully recharge" your phone.  What phone has such a small capacity battery?  Mine has 3X that.

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I got one and tested it. It's works good! Not so big but 1/2 charge in a 911 situation.

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I ordered 2 of the USB Power Pack with 8 AA's this evening - website said the store had 7 of them. I get there to find out they couldn't find any of the 8 battery ones and only had a few of the 4 battery ones in stock. While walking around the store, I find one of the 8 AA ones and head back to the counter.

The store, in order to make up for the mix-up, they end up filling my order with the one 8AA power pack, one 4AA power pack, and a free 10AA pack of Rayovac batteries.

No complaints here either

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I just picked up backup usb power pack. It charged 20% remained droid bionic to full in 2hours. I used eneloop new model batteries. Power pack still has one LED light(very bright
). plastic case feels cheap.

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It is a sale 4 me....

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I bought online and after reading the reviews I ended up returning the item. I bought this as a gift or a raffle item In either case it was meant to be a give away. With all the smart phones most people own I just thought it might not be enough of a charge and I have a unit I received as a gift from my employer that works well and is rechargeable. So my point is it may not be enough of a charge for a smartphone but I repp'd you for a nice find!

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Bought one, picked it up yesterday. Plugged it into my LG phone and it immediately began charging it. Seems like there is a lot of hate here for it because it won't fully charge a device. I bought it to keep around for the occasional times I need a little extra power in-between charges. It's small (about the size of one of those large pink erasers) and simple.  For $4 I am satisfied.

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