A Smart Gadget That Saves You From Low battery

A Smart Gadget That Saves You From Low battery

Everyone who has a smartphone knows pretty well the disadvantage that usually comes with smartphones and that is the battery issues. Many smartphones do not store battery for a long period of time, the problem usually gets even worse in an event that one is doing plenty of activities with their phone, for instance accessing the internet. 

That might be soon be a thing over the past for you if you happen to get this interesting gadget that guarantees to keep the battery of your smartphone on the green. The device itself is referred to as Crankmonkey. The gadget has been carefully created by PowerTraveller Accessory Company and its main purpose is to specifically ensure that the battery of your smartphone does not end. In particular, the device in itself has been built with the outdoors in mind places where it will be very hard for you to actually get a charging place in an event that the battery of you phone dies. 

According to a statement that was issued out by the company your smartphone can be able to last for 20 minutes talk time if you happen to have an iPhone 6 by simply just winding it down for ten minutes. 

“Regardless of where you are, you can be part of a rescue team on top of a mountain or even someone who is distressed at the sea, you can simply just crank it up for a few minutes and your smartphone, which was completely dead, can make that life saving call,” said a representative of Powertraveller. 

 


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