Pisen’s 2017 Christmas Promotion & Giveaway

Pisen – one of the world’s largest 3C digital product manufacturer – decided to thank their present and future customers with a very interesting Christmas promotion. The promo is split in two parts, we will have lightning deals as well as coupons starting on December 19th over on Amazon.

Pisen’s 2017 Christmas

More specifically the coupon galore will kick off today, December 19th, meanwhile the Lightning deals will take place on 22th December. Among the products being discounted in this sale we have the 20000mAh Power Station, the Ultra-slim 10000mAh Power Bank and 2-in-1 power banks such as the Hand Warmer & Power Bank, Wall charger & Power Bank.

In addition to that, Pisen are also preparing a “Busy-Santa Giveaway” on Facebook. So if you missed the Black Friday to get some family presents, do not worry, you now have a good chance to buy something cool in time. To help you find which is more suitable for you or somebody dear to you, here we list quick recaps for each item.

Pisen 20000mAh Power Station


The Pisen 20000mAh Power Station is Pisen’s star product in 2017. The 20000mAh high capacity power bank can charge your device for an entire week if necessary. It comes with a beautiful design with anti-slip leather texture which makes holding it very comfortable. Another interesting feature is its LCD screen which shows the exact power status at any time. Besides, double outputs will allow you to charge two devices simultaneously.

The Pisen 20000mAh Power Station usually goes for $29.99, but with the coupon you can get it for $25.19. During the Lightning deals on 22th Dec it’ll go down to $22.48.

Ultra-slim 10000mAh Power Bank


Another nice choice for power bank is the Pisen Ultra-slim 10000mAh Power bank equipped with an LED screen and dual output. Its 0.5-inch thickness and palm-size make it easy to be packed in a pocket and carried anywhere. Also, thanks to the aluminum alloy material adopted, it makes the slim power bank robust for long time without getting damaged in drops or by scratches. Although it is super slim, it can support two devices charging at the same time – just like the power station.

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The Ultra-slim 10000mAh Power Bank regular price is $23.99, but during the lightening deals on Dec 19th and 22nd you can get it for as low as $17.61.

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Hand warmer & Power Bank


For those who always suffering from frozen hands, this may be a saver. It works as a lovely power bank; but when cold comes, it can warm up quickly to offer constant 122℉ heating in a very safe way. This can be a hit especially in winter. So maybe it’s the best time to catch the sale and share your warmth with others.

You can get the Pisen Hand warmer & Power Bank for $21.59 with the coupon code 7EUWW2RR (regular price $26.99). During Lightning deals on 22nd Dec price till go down to $20.79.

Wall Charger & Power Bank


If you are the person that always forgets to bring the adapter, Pisen has a good item to fix it. This hybrid gadget could work as a wall charger at home/office and a portable charger on the go.

You can buy the Pisen Wall Charger & Power Bank for $12.91 using the coupon PISENTEC instead of paying $18.99 (regular price).

Pisen also has other products such as wireless presentation remotes, travel chargers which will be included in the Christmas sale as well. And Pisen Amazon UK and Japan will also join in case you live outside of the US and are looking to get some products of Pisen.


If that’s not enough to power up all your family members, don’t forget the Pisen’s worth $500 “Busy-Santa Giveaway”, so that you could fulfill all your tech gadget requirements in one time. The giveaway covers Pisen power banks, earphones, chargers, selfie-sticks and other prizes as well. With just a click, a warm-hearted present could be delivered to your home. For more information, please visit Pisen’s Facebook page.

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