This Genius Wrist Power Bank Lets You Charge Your Phone While Using It
Date Published: 09/19/2019 11:24 AM
We all have those moments when we need to either decide to go charge our phone, or continue using it into a zero-battery-level oblivion. There's nothing worse or more startling than having your phone power down on it's own when you're right in the middle of mindlessly scrolling through Facebook. Well, there's now a wristband power bank that you can get, that lets you use your phone while it charges, and allows you to do so anywhere!
It's called a Wrist Power Bank Battery Charger, and it holds 1500 mAh of charging juice right around your arm. That may not be enough to fully charge a new iPhone or Android phone, but it'll surely be enough to get you out of a pinch, and allow you to continue using your phone in an emergency.
Perfect for use while traveling on a plane, bus, train, or in the car, or even at a sporting even, music festival, or just out and about. The wrist wrapped phone power bank has a single USB port on the side of the device that lets you plug in a tiny little cord that goes right to your phone in your hand.
The genius phone charging bracelet is able to charge practically anything that can be plugged into a standard USB port, uses a high quality lithium-ion battery, and can be charged over 500 times in its life-cycle, and features 4 LED lights on the device to display battery levels. The charging bracelet weighs just 3.5 oz, and measures 11.8 inches long x 3.5 inches wide x 1 inch thick when layed completely flat.
The wrist wrapped battery charging bracelet comes included with the magnetic secured wrist strap battery charger, a tiny universal charging cable with adapters for micro-USB, USB type C, and lightning charging. It also comes with larger micro-USB type A charging cable to charge the wrist battery.
Check out the wrist-wrapped power bank device charger in action via the video below.
Don't feel like wearing it around your wrist? Just use the magnetic enclosure to wrap it around your backpack, bag, or purse.
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