iTap sends juice out, and not water
If there is one thing that can be considered to be the bane of modern day devices, it would be this – they tend to run out of battery at the end of the day, and sometimes when you are too preoccupied with the rest of the day’s cares and concerns, you forget to charge up said device only to be greeted by the “Low battery” signal when you wake up, and there is just not enough time for you to juice it up as you need to leave the house real soon to beat the morning rush hour. Thing is, if you had something like the £19.95 iTap, surely you would remember to power up your devices’ tired batteries at the end of the day because of its novel design.
Called the iTap for obvious reasons, the iTap charger is made out of durable, lightweight white plastic, is a snap to use and can be toted around without much fuss. The tap can be turned on and off, and when your handset is charging, the light will change from red to blue. This is one tap that will not send water out when you turn it.