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Innogie eLite Portable Charger
In case you have not noticed, portable chargers and I are bffs! Seriously, they are the best thing that could have ever been invented. Rarely do I plug my devices into a wall socket to charge. It is ten times easier to use a portable charger, as I can take my electronic device wherever I want and I do not have to be stuck in one place while it charges. I have two of the Innogie eLite Series Portable Charger. The first one was, well, I will be blunt – awful – I am guessing that there was something wrong with it because it barely worked. The Innogie company graciously sent me a replacement one and this one works much better! In the title for the Innogie eLite Series Portable Charger, they say it’s 3200 mAh, however in the information below it, they say it’s 3000 mAh – honestly, I think it’s more like 3000. The charger is guaranteed 1000 charges before it cannot be used anymore.
The Innogie eLite Series Portable Charger is compact and small, making it extremely easy to carry with you. The charger will charge almost any electronic device, but it may not charge it fully. Phones are the best to charge with the portable charger. I have a Samsung Brightside and an HTC One Remix. It charged the Samsung Brightside (non-smartphone) quicker and better than it did the HTC One Remix. The other night I slept out on the couch and needed to charge my phone, so I used the Innogie Portable Charger and it did work rather well with the HTC One Remix. The phone was at 50% and it did charge it to 100% with some juice left over. I do have a Samsung Galaxy S4, as well, and it did charge it, but not a whole lot.
The thing that I like most about this charger is the fact that it is smaller. In addition, the colors of the charger are nice, too – pink, black and silver. Right now, I have a silver and a black – the black one being the defective one.
I would most definitely recommend the Innogie eLite Series Portable Charger, as you can easily put it in your purse and not have to worry about it taking up too much room or being heavy. It is great to have while you are on the go, so you do not need to worry about your phone losing charge.