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Phone Charger

(AMAZON)

Our phones do much more than call and text. They allow us to check our email on the go, play music during a long drive, watch movies on plane trips, look up any question, and play games on bus rides. But all these functions drain the battery, and there’s nothing worse than being stuck with a dead phone when you need it most. These products make it easier than ever to charge your phone.

1) USB Charging Outlet

This AC outlet faceplate from Top Greener gives you extra room to plug in your phone and a friend’s. The outlet comes with two USB charging ports to reduce cable clutter, and is compatible with most major smartphone and tablet brands.

2) Wireless Charging Pad

This wireless charging pad will take your phone from 0% battery to full in 2.5 to 3 hours. The slim design is compatible with all major phone brands, so your friends and coworkers can charge their phones even if you don’t have the same charging cables.

3) Mini Portable Charger

If you find yourself running out of battery on a regular basis, you should never leave home without the Anker PowerCore mini charger in your pocket. This external battery is about the size of a tube of lipstick, and adds a full charge to most smart phones.

4) USB Car Charger

Running out of battery on a road trip can put an end to the music, and make you feel insecure about your ability to call someone in case of emergency. Fortunately, this affordable smart port USB car charger will keep your phone alive on long drives.

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