This versatile external battery at a knockdown price will allow you to quickly recharge your devices

This versatile external battery at a knockdown price will allow you to quickly recharge your devices
This versatile external battery at a knockdown price will allow you to quickly recharge your devices

No longer worry about running out of power with the Odetrik external battery. This everyday ally offers reliable and efficient portable charging with its enormous capacity of 10,000 mAh. Charge smartphones, tablets and other electronic devices with impressive speed. Its compact size and light weight make it easy to slip into a handbag, backpack or pocket. This device has two USB ports and one USB-C port. Powerful 22.5W PD and QC outputs allow a smartphone battery to go from 0 to 60% in just 30 minutes on average. Several integrated protection systems guarantee safe and reliable use. Don’t worry about overcharging, short circuiting, overheating and overdischarging. The Odetrik 10,000 mAh external battery drops its price from 60.99 euros to 38.01 euros.

Charge your devices in record time with the Odetrik external battery

The Odetrik external battery therefore offers generous capacity, fast charging, multiple ports and robust security features. It is the best choice when traveling such as multi-day outings, camping or hiking. But you can also use it on a daily basis if you use your smartphone intensively, for example. This device will become your essential ally to never run out of battery life when you need it. Save big by treating yourself to this essential accessory for people with an active lifestyle. But hurry, stocks are leaving very quickly at Cdiscount.

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