USB ChargeDoubler

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Every year our smartphones become more powerful, and much faster. The problem is that battery life hasn’t quite kept up with this rapid development, meaning dead batteries are all too common. While preventing a dead battery is nearly impossible, the USB ChargeDoubler increases your charge time 200%, getting you back to business in no time.

Available for iPhone, Windows and Android powered mobile devices, this magnetic USB cable easily snaps to your keyring, ensuring you never leave home without it. The Data Protected Charging blocks out hackers and malware when using charging through an unknown USB socket or while connected to a public network, allowing you to recharge your phone virtually anywhere. The designers are rapidly approaching their goal on IndieGoGo, and plan to sell the USB ChargeDoubler for $12 when it arrives at retailers later this year. [Purchase]

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