Apple, Electronic Gadgets, Mobile Phones

The Chargerito makes sure you’re never without a charger


We need our phones for just about every aspect of our lives. It has our schedule, contacts, ideas, social media, entertainment, and much more. If you have one, it’s easy to become dependent on and addicted to your smartphone. Any time you see the battery get under 10%, you’ll start panicking and looking for an outlet. Of course, one major component of charging your phone is having a wall plug or USB charger to do so.

 If you are lucky enough to find yourself near a free outlet most of the time, but are horrible at remembering your charging cable, then you’re probably looking for options that are harder to misplace. Something that can attach to your keys would be the best option, so long as you don’t have the misfortune of frequently losing those too. Of course, you could always keep a backup battery handy, but you don’t want to use that up if you don’t have to. It would be awful to hit a situation where you actually need it and not have any juice left.

The Chargerito is a mobile device charger that can plug into the wall, and is small enough to fit in your pocket. This is not a battery pack, so don’t go getting all flustered thinking this tiny gizmo can be charged up and restore life to your phone. On the plus side, this is sturdy enough to plug into the wall, and keep your phone, tablet, or wearable device sturdily in place. Of course, do try and make sure no one kicks it over, or you’ll have one or two items with some damage. There are two versions available to choose from; you can pick either the Apple lightning or Micro-USB Chargerito. It only costs $19, and can take a smartphone battery from 0 to 100% in about two hours, which isn’t half bad for such a tiny wall plug.

Available for crowdfunding on Chargerito

One review or comment

ken Says: October 7, 2014 at 4:29 am

This is one of the awesome gadgets i have ever seen. This will surely help many of the people when they are in need.

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