SpareOne Emergency Mobile Phone

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Sure, we never leave home without our smartphones, but for some reason anytime we actually need it (talking emergencies here, not Facebook updates) our batteries are dead. Getting stuck on the side of the road with no cell phone is a predicament that no one wants to be in, but the SpareOne Emergency Mobile Phone will help you get out of that situation quickly and safely.

The beauty of this phone lies in the fact that it’s powered by a standard AA battery, and can hold a charge for 15 years without being used (10 hours of talk time). There is absolutely no SIM card required to make this work, it can operate in extreme weather conditions exceeding that of your standard smartphone, features a LED tourchlight, and has even been equipped with a one touch emergency button. The $50 dual band GSM phone will also automatically transmit its location, so you can always be found. Purchase yours from Amazon.

SpareOne Emergency Mobile Phone 1

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