Wind Up Phone Charger Keeps You Connected

by Carolyn

windupcharger.jpgWe’ve all had it happen to us. You’re out running errands and the battery in your Motorola RIZR dies. You’re at work with no charger and your Nokia N95 is chirping its low battery alert pathetically. You swear to the deity of your choice when you just can’t find the right charger for your Samsung M300. Or the worst of them all, you’re in a power outage and need to charge your cell phone.

The folks over at the Gadgetshop offers up the Wind Up Phone Charger. It is a great gadget that will provide power to your cell phone after a few minutes of turning the fishing reel-like hand crank. After those few minutes, you will have 25-30 minutes of charge restored to your cell phone.

The Wind Up Phone Charger also has a built-in flashlight so in case you misplace anything in that power outage, you can find it again with no trouble. Unless you lose the Wind Up Phone Charger. It also comes with a wrist strap for those of us who are clumsy.

Since it runs on “people power”, it is also eco-friendly – perfect for the gadget-loving green freak on your holiday shopping list!

Features:

  • Reusable and convenient
  • Lightweight and compact – perfect for when you’re traveling
  • Saves you money
  • Safe to use
  • Compatible with many of the following models: Nokia, Siemens, Motorola, Sony Ericsson, Samsung.

Specifications:

  • Dimensions: Height: 3.0cm Width: 5.0cm Depth: 6.0cm
  • Weight: 0.2Kg

Pick one up from Gadgetshop for £5.95 (apx. $12.00 US).

3 reviews or comments

predogma Says: November 18, 2007 at 8:17 pm

I got one of these myself a while back thinking it would save me in an emergency when my phone died. The day came when I truely needed it. I cranked and cranked and cranked (for a good 30 minutes or more) and it did no good. Other then to give me a good workout.

ronald.yoon Says: May 23, 2008 at 1:38 am

Set your cell phone free from it’s dependency of the power companies. A Solar Cell Phone Charger is an innovative idea.

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