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Lepow Brings Power & Sound to Your Valentine's Day

Moonstone & U-Stone Power Banks Keep You Charged While Modre Bluetooth Speaker Plays Your Favorite Tunes

LOS ANGELES, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 02/05/14 -- Lepow International, a mobile device accessories company focused on creative designs and ideas, is bringing power and sound to your Valentine's Day with its portable power banks and Bluetooth speaker. With one of each, your romantic Valentine's Day is sure to be a success with beautiful music and guaranteed power. The Moonstone, U-Stone and Modre smartphone accessories also make a perfect gift for your Valentine.

"What better gift for your Valentine this year than a fun, colorful product they will use every day with their smartphone?" said Jacky Fan, Lepow CEO. "Our Moonstone and U-Stone power banks will keep your Valentine's favorite devices charged when they're on-the-go and away from a power outlet. Or if your Valentine is a music-lover, our Modre Bluetooth speaker can fit in almost any bag and be taken anywhere for sharing of their favorite tunes."

Moonstone - Power In The Palm of Your Hand
The Lepow Moonstone is a 6000mAh mobile power bank that can charge both you and your Valentine's smartphone and tablet on the go. Simply plug each device into one of the Moonstone's dual USB charging ports and never be without power again. Light and portable, the Moonstone is designed with rounded edges and lacquered paint to have a sleek, fashionable finish in five colors.

U-Stone - Power For You & Your Loved One's Mobile Device
The Lepow U-Stone packs 12000mAh of power in a curve-shaped, compact battery with rounded edges, smooth trims and streamlined form. This Red Dot Design award winner holds enough power to charge all major smartphones seven times. Grab the U-Stone, plug your mobile device in to the USB port, and watch it charge at super speed (2.1A output). Available in khaki and grey.

Modre Bluetooth Speaker - Music To Share
The Lepow Modre Bluetooth speaker lets you share your favorite music with your Valentine. Simply connect your smartphone or tablet wirelessly and play for up to seven hours. The Modre's unique design is modeled after an elephant's trunk and gives 360-degree surround sound with a 33-foot listening radius. It features a built-in microphone for speakerphone calls and a built-in power bank to charge your mobile device. The Modre comes in 3 fun colors -- Blue, Orange and Green -- and is packaged in a reusable travel cup.

Availability & Pricing
The Lepow products are available now online at Amazon:

For an extra 20% off the Red Moonstone, Grey U-Stone or Blue Modre, enter the Valentine's coupon code LEPOW214. The deal is valid from February 5 - 21.

About Lepow International LLC
Lepow International LLC is a developer, manufacturer, and marketer of unique accessories for mobile devices. Founded in 2011, Lepow blends high design with functionality to give consumers superior products that match the style of today's cutting-edge smartphones and tablets and make their digital life more enjoyable. Its new take on mobile accessories with fun designs and colors has earned Lepow a prestigious Red Dot design award. Lepow globally markets its high quality products from their U.S. headquarters in California. For more information, visit www.lepowglobal.com or follow Lepow on Facebook and Twitter.

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