New Giveaway: Scud External Power Bank

October is here and I think it’s time to release another giveaway that I hope you can use to enjoy Fall. Up for grabs is this Scud 13000 mAH external power bank.

Scud power bank port

The device is sturdy enough to give you lasting hours of energy.

If you’re wanting a lasting charge, now is you chance. Let me know in the comments how you keep yourself “charged” (keep it clean).

This giveaway will run until October 15, 2014 at 2:00 p.m CT, so get your entry in and be sure to follow the official giveaway rules or you will be disqualified.

20 Responses to New Giveaway: Scud External Power Bank

  1. As a criminal defense lawyer, my goal is not to be “charged.” Outside of that I stay charged by reading this blog and futurelawyer. Tech toys keep me or at least my credit card charged.

  2. Depending on the charging need, I charge with a chocolate stash (short burst), a indulgent lunch (medium charge) or every 4 months or so I take a vacation for 4-5 days (the best recharge).

  3. I get charged by helping people with adoptions and uncharged by watching Antiques Roadshow.

  4. I keep myself personally charged with Starbucks bold coffee…my S4 with car and wall chargers (and hopefully soon a Scud External Power Bank)

  5. I keep cords for charging in the car and chargers in the house just in case. I am getting chargers to carry with me to keep going. Mobile devices need to be charged with these devices. I prefer coffee.

  6. I drink somewhere in the neighborhood of 3 to 4 (30 oz) glasses of ice tea a day.

    Not only does it keep me alert, the constant walks to the restroom provide me much needed cardio.

  7. I stay charged by drinking coffee, eating breakfast, then I drink coffee at lunch time! Because lunchtime is when I need some more charging!

  8. Nothing gets my day going without that first cup of coffee and a banana! For my phone, it sits cradled at night and plugged in!

    Good luck everyone!

Jeff Taylor

I’m just an ordinary guy living an extraordinary life. I’m also an attorney and I blog about Android for lawyers. You can follow me on Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, or Google+.