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seremify007

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Do you have one? Do you carry it regularly?

I have a few including an iPhone case for my 5S... they're pretty useful but since moving to iPhone 6 and using a card-case rather than battery case, I've missed it and everytime I get caught out (e.g. last night when waiting for the missus hair dye to finish at the salon) I never have it with me so ended up buying a new battery charger again >.< I'm quite happy with the one I chose (iWalk Extreme Trio 10000) as it has inbuilt lightning and microUSB cables and an integrated LCD to display amps/charge/etc.
 

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Used to have a morphie couple months ago but my brother stole it. But now looking for a powerful and cheap power bank so then I could charge my iPhone on trains and etc. Thinking to get a solar one for convience.
 

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I'm definitely considering one.

I use one of those Pocket WiFi modems at work and the battery life on the device is atrocious. Would be interested if it could work well with a MBA as well but considering that would be more thirsty, I figure that I would lose out on much of the portability.
 

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I realised a lot of devices include inbuilt battery chargers -it's the new 'feature' to be included in devices which include a battery (e.g. Bluetooth speakers). That being said I was most stoked with my battery charger on my recent trip to Tokyo as it meant i only needed one power converter (with USB plug), and the battery charger then had multiple outputs enabling me to charge my other devices from there. And then when I was out and about and something ran out of battery, the battery charger came in handy especially in countries with weak signal (e.g. Indonesia) resulting in rapid battery drain.
 

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