QBracelet Wearable Battery Charger

Aug 22, 2014

Category: Tech

Having backup battery power is pretty important these days, but remembering where you last placed your spare battery or having to always carry it with you is almost not worth the hassle. But what if you wanted to have it on you? What if it was a shiny and stylish accessory?

The QBracelet wraps around your wrist and features a built-in 1160mAh lithum-ion battery, which is enough juice to power up the average phone to about 60 percent of its energy supply. It’s equipped with either MicroUSB or Lightning connector, and it’s hidden inside the bracelet’s clasp. Depending on the size you choose, it weighs between 40 and 50 grams, and it’ll be available in a brushed or matte black, polished or matte silver, or polished gold. Pre-order one now for $80 and you can expect to receive it by the holidays. [Purchase]

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