This Ultra-Thin Wallet Battery Packs A Charging Punch

The LithiumCard Wallet Battery juices up both Android and iOS devices without bulking up your pocket.
The LithiumCard Wallet Battery juices up both Android and iOS devices without bulking up your pocket.

Power banks are a must-have accessory for smartphone users: unless you have a brand new phone (or a secret that you’re not telling anyone), most cell phones leave a lot to be desired in the battery department. The technology to keep them running hasn’t kept pace with the advanced applications that rely on them for power, and the market for additional batteries is brimming with options. Reliable, fast power banks can add bulk to your pocket or clutter up your bag, but the LithiumCard Wallet Battery keeps your smartphone running in style.

With a design that’s no thicker than five credit cards, this Wallet Battery is the pinnacle of portable charging perfection. It has a Lightning connector for iOS or a micro USB cord for Android users, and it’s encased in beautifully crafted, durable billet aluminum housing. It juices up your phone at the rapid rate of 1% per minute, and you can simultaneously charge your device and the Wallet Battery with two flip-out connectors. The battery slides easily into most pockets, or you can use the included NanoStik pad to attach it to the back of your smartphone for ultimate convenience.

You don’t have to compromise on style to get a powerful portable charger. The sleek LithiumCard Wallet Battery is normally $59.99, but you can pick it up today for just $40.

 

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