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Tired of Your Mobile Battery Dying? | Emergency Cell Charger

If you are like most, when your mobile phone runs out of battery, you experience a little anxiety. What if someone is trying to reach you? What is everyone posting on Facebook? Did your client return your email? While these things are a bit superficial, there are also times when it is not safe to lose power.

After a concert this summer, I returned to my car with a dead cell phone. My phone takes at least ten minutes to power back up after the battery has been drained and I needed the GPS app on my phone in order to navigate back home. So there I was, sitting in my car alone in a questionable area of downtown Baltimore at 12:30 a.m. waiting for my car charger to bring my phone back to life. Not the best scenario. If only I’d had a back-up power source in my bag, then I never would have lost power in the first place…

Enter… the Jolt Charger!


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This little battery backup has enough internal battery life to fully charge an iPhone. It charges at the same rate of most wall charges and includes a USB-to-Mirco USB connecting cable so that you can restore its charge after every ‘emergency’ use. The Jolt Charger works with iPhone, Android, HTC, Nokia, Samsung, and others. Simply keep it in your purse, bag, or pocket and when you lose power and don’t have access to a wall charger, plug your phone into the 3.75” x 0.75” device and you’re good to go.

This is a fantastic promotional product to give clients simply because they will use it. By engraving your logo on the device, you are creating brand awareness for your company while making sure your clients never lose touch with what is most important to them. It’s a win-win.

Available in black, royal blue, and silver.

Call FORMost for pricing and samples at 301-424-4242.

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