I’ve been stranded a time of two (ok, so it’s more than I can count) without power. My devices are a priority when I travel, and when there’s not an outlet around, I tend to spaz out a bit. Ok, so I go in full blown freak out mode. While it’s nice to have a rechargeable power source, what happens when you run out of power on that device? You aren’t able to charge the things you need… most importantly to me is my phone and my iPad mini. My phone is a must, regardless. I wanted to introduce you to a new device that has replaced every travel power source that I have used in the past.
FEATURES & BENEFITS:
- Instant Emergency Power for your mobile device
- Powered by 4 Rayovac AA Alkaline Batteries (included)
- One set of batteries provides up to 7 hours of talk time*
- Compatible with all USB connector devices
- Great for emergencies; No electricity needed
- LED light indication – power and charge status
*Based on iPhone 4S model
Here’s a quick walk through on how the 7 Hour Power charger works.
- I love that any USB cable is able to be used.
- It’s nice that it comes with both an Apple USB cord and a Micro-USB cord, however those two specific cords aren’t always used or needed.
- It comes with 4 AA Alkaline batteries. That’s pretty awesome if I say so myself.
- The price point is waaaay better than the other on the go chargers at $10.99.
- I love that there are 3 lights to show your power status so you can see how much power you have left just in case you’re powering another device or phone.
- My only wishes are:
- I’d like it if there was a power outlet on the back and Rayovac’s rechargeable batteries were able to be used so that it would be more eco-friendly.
It’s small, lightweight and easy to travel with. It fits nicely in my purse so I can use it any time, any place. This is my iPad mini next to the 7 hour power. The 7 hour power is about 2.5 inches by 2 inches and is about half an inch thick.
Overall, I love everything about the 7 hour power instant charger! The price point is huge for my family and my budget. The talk time lasts far longer than I had expected. It actually gave my GS3 a full charge and I had power left. I have used this to power my iPad mini and it gave it a huge boost in charge.
Have you tried Rayovac’s 7 hour power yet? If so, I’d love to hear your thoughts!