Lifeguard Mini Charger
If you have a cell phone or other portable device you can relate to a battery losing power just when you need your device. It never fails! Tonight I was taking pictures for a birthday party and my battery dropped lower and lower with each upload of a photo.
Well, needing my phone and not being able to stay against the wall to keep it plugged in…presented a real problem. Until I remembered that I had a new charger on the charging dock. My evening was saved!
We actually have several different types of these chargers. They all work basically the same way however, this one is truly a mini charger. It is about the size of a lipstick case but packs a full charge for my Samsung Galaxy S5.
This mini charger is compatible with iPhones, iPods, HTC, Samsung, Motorola, Nokia, Sony and other cell phones, MP3, MP4, digital cameras with DC 5V input.
I like that this unit is square and won’t roll off the table while charging my phone. I also like that it will charge my phone in just under an hour and I can still use my phone while it is being charged.
Recharging the battery pack is easy by using the included 12″ charging cable. You can connect it to your computer’s USB port but charging will be slow. It is recommended to use a plug-in USB ac adapter and it will fully charge in about 4 hours from a completely depleted state.
You can purchase this mini charger in Black, Navy, Silver and Hot Pink! The Lifeguard Mini Charger is available through Amazon with free shipping.
Don’t let the size fool you. The only thing mini about this charger… is the size of the unit. The rechargeable battery can be used again and again with at least 800 charges. This unit also comes with an eighteen month warranty.
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