Portable Power, the size of a key. Literally! #Nomad

I am on the go a lot. Like… a LOT. When I travel, I don’t like to take my charging cable with me because it just causes one big tangled and jumbled mess in my purse or bag. I saw a product not too long ago that peaked my interest called ChargeKey. Long story short, this is a tiny, yet huge product. Confused? Well, here is a picture of it ‘in action’.


Looks like something that you’d buy for your keychain, just because, but it’s more than that. It’s portable functionality.


Plug it in to your phone (iPhone 5/5s/5c or Android) and plug in to your power source; computer or USB outlet.


I have a USB port in my car, so when I am out and about and need a power boost, I don’t have to worry about not having my charging cable with me because it’s on my keychain.


wpid-iPhone-Key-Shopify-2014-04-27-12-19.jpgChargeKey iPhone

ChargeKey is a portable lightning cable the shape of a house-key. It’s designed to fit onto your keychain just like a house-key, so you’ll always have an iPhone cable on you. Use ChargeKey to charge/sync your iPhone from any USB port.

Works with: iPhone 5/5s/5c, Lightning iPad, iPad Mini

ChargeKey Micro USB

ChargeKey is your Samsung charger, now the shape of a house key. It’s designed to fit onto your keychain so you’ll always have a Samsung Galaxy cable on you. Use ChargeKey to charge/sync your smartphone from any USB port.

Works with Samsung Galaxy, HTC, Nexus, Windows Phone, BlackBerry, Lumia, LG, many more

The ChargeKey is available for the iPhone 5/5s/5c and the Android phone.

We were out of the house all day yesterday for errands and I was out of power on my phone. I am so used to either searching in my console for a cable that actually works or stopping by a store to pick up a cheapy cable to charge while we are on the go. I grabbed my keychain, pulled off my ChargeKey, plugged in to m car’s USB outlet and my phone was instantly charging. Talk about a relief!

Overall, I am madly in love with my ChargeKey for the iPhone and micro USB! The price for each of these runs around $29 each. Do I think the price is worth it? I’ll be honest. At first, I was in sticker shock, however if you price charging cables at most retail stores, they run around the same price, so it’s very much worth it.

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