Cell Phone Charger Fits On A Keyring

Cell Phone Charger Fits On A Keyring

The Devotec Fuel Micro Charger is a tiny emergency device that can provide 20-30 minutes of extra talk time.

Emma Hutchings
  • 26 march 2013

The Devotec Fuel Micro Charger is a tiny cell phone charger that fits on your keyring and can be used to power up your phone in an emergency. The device is fully rechargeable and has a long battery life. It’s 220 milliAmp hour battery can provide 20-30 minutes of extra talk time, or a few hours on standby.

It is designed to be an emergency back-up solution for when your mobile phone runs out of battery there is no plug to be found. The Fuel Micro Charger is able to keep its charge for 1-3 months before needing to be recharged.

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You can charge it up using the supplied cable or any AC Micro-USB wall plug and then keep it somewhere convenient like on your keyring or in your car. Micro-USB is the standard charging connector for all phones apart from the iPhone, and Devotec is currently working on developing an iPhone version.

To use the device, you simply turn the power switch on and plug it into your phone, like you would a normal charger, and it will start to recharge straight away. The Fuel Micro Charger is currently raising funds on Kickstarter, where you can pledge $18 for the Micro-USB device or $2 to be first in line for the iPhone version. Check out the campaign video below to learn more:



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