Charge An iPhone With Only Your Denim Jeans
Slide an iPhone into the #Hello jeans back pocket, and it starts charging on-the-go
It’s a pain when your phone suddenly dies on you when you need it the most. There’s no power outlet and you don’t bring a power bank with you, so how can you power up your phone again?
Plugging your phone into Joe’s Jeans, and enjoy mobile charging on-the-go for your iPhone 5, 5C, 5S and 6. This line of denim jeans is called #Hello.
Joe’s Jeans has been producing quality apparel in Los Angeles for 12 years, but this fashion innovation is a first for the company. Imagine wearing a pair of comfortable denim jeans that has the power to charge your device up to 70 to 80 percent battery life.
The #Hello jeans are only designed in women’s styles. There are four styes available, each one with a different denim wash.
There is an opening in the back pocket where the portable battery pack is kept. A power cord goes through the seams of the jeans to connect the battery pack to your iPhone. Further, there is a separate pocket designed for storing the device itself. However, #Hello doesn’t cater to the iPhone 6 Plus because the phone is just too big for the back pocket.
As for the battery, you will have to buy it separately from the denim jeans, too. Joe’s slim battery is designed with a durable shape to make it fit perfectly in the back pocket. Additionally, it has a built-in system to prevent over-charging your phone.
This isn’t the first time fashion and technology teamed up to improve mobile technology. Microsoft also made wireless charging pants for the Nokia phones. There was also the Pauline Van Dongen’s solar-powered shirt that charges iPhones. Fashion is indeed changing to complement the devices you cannot live without.
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