Nomad ChargeCard

Sep 8, 2015

Category: Tech

The average phone user unlocks their phone 150 times per day. And while smartphone batteries are made to last as long as possible, we often find ourselves with the dreaded low battery warning when we need to use it most. There are portable external power banks available to help you charge your phone when you need to, sure, but how often do you remember to carry it with you? Now, there’s the Nomad ChargeCard, a flat, foldable USB cable that fits into your wallet.

The gadget is the size of a credit card and you’re able to plug into any USB port for a quick charge. It’s a simple design that works well, and it’ll allow you to add some juice to your phone when you need it most. There are Lightning and Micro USB cable versions available, each with a price of $25. [Purchase]

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