I was astounded by the clutch charger‘s diminutive size when I initially received it. To be honest, I was a little hesitant to use it because of how small and delicate-looking it is. I tend to be rather hard with technology, but if I’m going to put this charger through its paces, I’m going to be a little rougher.
I’ve used the bulky, big powerbanks. When we travel, having a power source to charge our phone or tablet is helpful, but if it takes up a lot of room in our purse, that’s not so wonderful.
Description of a clutch charger
Explanation Tech specifications
- Products compatible with Android Lightning cord (built-in)one 3000mAh battery.
- Black and white are the colours. FCC, CE, CCC, and Rohs approvals.
- Metal LED battery level indicators in the case Clutch Charger is UN 2056 Approved and has a
- provisional patent.
- Size: 3.5″ by 2.5″
- 0.15 inches thick
- Size: 2 oz.
Examining It During A Storm
Based on the forecast, Hurricane Eta would soon make landfall in Florida. I used the included micro USB cable to charge the little Clutch while letting my Samsung A20 use very little power. I would not have done that in a normal situation, but I had alternatives. Indeed, Eta was downgraded to a tropical storm when it passed through, but we were without electricity at my house for nearly 30 hours.
I used the built-in lightning cord to recharge my phone, which was absolutely dead, and I let it run overnight while I slept. My phone was charged to 50% when I woke up, and the Clutch was gone. In all honesty, I was pleasantly surprised by how small this charger is.
It is slightly larger than a business card and easily fits in my wallet and pocketbook. I don’t have to worry too much about it breaking because it’s been jostled around in my bag due of the metal case.
The included micro USB wire is a little bit short, but it works, and a longer replacement wire can be bought online or at a nearby store.
You may choose between black or white for the Android version, and at roughly $40 USD, the cost is reasonable enough to give several extras to family and friends in case of an emergency.
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