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GearJuice Rescue Charger


Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Misc. Tech, Storage, USB


Rescue Charger

If those AA batteries in your cell phone, PDA, or other mobile device are running low, the GearJuice Rescue Charger can help. Put one in its case and plug into your device for up to 15 minutes of additional power. The Mini-USB output and compact design makes it more versatile and portable. The device also features built-in overcharge, temperature, and short circuit protection. The Rescue Charger will set you back a mere $11.99, well worth the expense if you tend to forget to recharge your gadgets.

 


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Comments:

Thats what I need, but whats the chance of getting past Airport security with one? They never let me take batteries past, unless its a laptop battery connected to the laptop.

to DOOOMKULTUS
i think the battery is use to charge the battery in the device.
i already have one of this i just put it in my car and it charge like a charm

I already have one of these but they fail when needed.battery charging takes forever & the charge vanishes pretty quickly.

“They never let me take batteries past, unless its a laptop battery connected to the laptop.”

I’ve never had a problem getting batteries through Airport Security.  Mind you, I do live in Canada, that may have something to do with it.

This is priced very reasonably. I can’t see how you can go wrong with this devise.
I’ll take two.

I forgot to charge my cell phone this morning, and so it died while I was at work… I could have definitely used this device today!  I think I will buy one and put it in my car, just in case of emergencies

but instead of buying the device why not buy more batteries? according to sushrukh they dont help that much…


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