+LIFEGUARD MINI 1 Portable Charger Review
A common problem in our home is that we are always forgetting to charge our devices. It’s a never ending situation. The teen is most famous for not charging her cell and I am most famous for insisting she have it on her when she leaves the house. That said, on occasion I tend to forget to charge mine too. And the last phone I had – oh dear, that thing drained in just hours and at the most inopportune times. And then there’s the iPod – that always seems to get charged…(wanna tell me how that works?).
This is where we find a powerbank to come in extremely handy. Of course, these need to be kept charged too; and I have delegated myself to be in charge of that over caring about charging my phone. It’s imperative that before the teen runs out the door I ask about her cell being charged, and if it’s not, I hand her the powerbank.
About the +LIFEGUARD MINI 1
- Smart plug & play Samsung grade A cell battery.
- Real 3000mAh capacity – full charge your phone and still have juice.
- Quick charge – get your device 100% charged in 1.5 to 2.5 hours.
- Free 5.9in Apple compatible lightning cable – LIMITED TIME ONLY.
- Tough aluminum shell makes it impact resistant.
- Can be recharged more than 800 times.
- CE, ROHS and FCC certified.
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iPhones, iPods, HTC, Samsung, Motorola, Nokia, Sony and other cell phones, MP3, MP4, digital cameras with DC 5V input.
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So we put this baby to the test. It charged our cells and the iPod with no issue. That said, when I went to charge my Samsung tablet, it appeared as though as it was charging then the next thing I knew it was beeping. I unplugged the powerbank and the beeping stopped. It appeared as though the powerbank was out of juice, as when I plugged it in to charge it, the red light appeared. This is a rather nice feature, because if you think you’re charging your device and it’s not charging – you’ll know it.