It’s happened to me more times than I care to admit. I’m on the go with my phone, and I’m seeing the battery drain faster than expected, and my day is taking longer than I planned.
You too, right? You’ve been out all day, and your phone just prompts you to go into “low battery mode.” These days, I always carry a portable battery with me wherever I go. It’s one of my favorite phone accessories and more practical than a plug-in charger.
There are many great spare battery chargers to keep in your travel bag. Below are the best options I know of.
this MagSafe Magnetic Extra Battery for all iPhone 12 models and newer Use it with or without a case to wirelessly charge your iPhone on the go. Plug it in when you’re at home, or place it on a Qi wireless charger, which can charge both the battery pack and your iPhone 12 or newer.
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It prevents kids from losing chargers and cables because they are not needed when they are away from home.Now we just need to make sure they don’t lose New battery pack.
Amazon reported an 86% increase in the number of people equipping themselves with consumer electronics cases as more Americans return to more active lives away from home. At launch, the product has over 9,600 ratings worldwide, 69% of which are five stars.
At this price and at this moment, it’s no wonder this portable extra battery for charging your phone is a top 10 bestseller online.
Say hello to Anker portable chargers. This PowerCore Slim 10,000mAh battery pack provides high-speed PowerIQ charging for iPhones, Androids, Samsung Galaxy and tablets.
When I see 77,000+ positive reviews, I take note and see why it’s getting so much engagement online. I found a well-made 0.57-inch slim extra battery that doubled and quartered my iPhone on the go, averaged 1.6 charges for the Galaxy S20, and 1.2 average charges for the small iPad.
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I love this extra portable battery that has the PSE safety certification stamp in Japan. I’ve started buying the $35 USB-C version, which offers 20W in black, blue, and green. At launch, the product had over 77,000 global ratings, 76% of which gave the product five stars.
This Anker Magnetic Wireless Charger costs almost half the price of Apple’s MagSafe battery pack and gives you 5,000mHh of power via a USB-C cable.
What I like is the plug-and-play technology that provides the most convenient wireless charging. In terms of performance, its 5W charging rate is suitable for all iPhone 12 and later with MagSafe charging.
With an 18-month warranty, it’s hard to resist this great accessory for anyone who owns any version of the iPhone 12 or later.
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At launch, the product has over 9,600 ratings worldwide, 69% of which are five stars.
With its USB-C port, slim and light design, this is probably one of the highest-rated options for Android and iPhone. If your iPhone charging cable is the smaller USB-C version rather than the older, thicker USB-A version, this is a great option to plug in to charge on the go. Android is also easy to connect. INIU offers an impressive 3-year warranty. I really like the high-speed charging capabilities of the triple 3 amps, and the fact that the INIU is sold in a two-pack so I can keep one in the car and the other in a backpack or pocket.
At launch, the product has over 11,000 ratings worldwide, 82% of which are five stars.
My iPad uses the smaller USB-C plug, my iPhone uses the Lightning plug, and everything else uses the micro USB plug. That means I need to carry three different cables, right? Not anymore with the Spigen DuraSync 3-in-1 Universal Cable. Someone got smart and made one end compatible with all mobile devices. I love that it’s MFI-certified for use with Apple devices, the cable is just the right length at 4.9 feet, and it’s designed with a durable braided cable. At launch, the product has over 2,700 ratings worldwide, 65% of which are five stars.
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