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Product Review: 3-in-1 Hand-Warming Flashlight Phone Charger

There’s been a handful of product combos with phone chargers these days, notice? Yet so as not to be confused with what to put in your cart and be burdened with unnecessary expenses – it would be best to know your needs especially for the long term.

For today, we got the 3-in-1 Hand-Warming Flashlight Phone Charger..

Hmm… Frankly, the hand warmer just seems like a luxury even if it could keep you warm for 3 hours at 104°F; then again, if earmuffs and gloves wouldn’t do then this product should help you even more..

As it could warm up in less than 5 minutes. Oh no wonder, its body is made of aluminum.

Makes a cool flashlight, eh?!

And for only $39.95 at coolmaterial.com .. Why not?

Now, you won’t have to worry of being low batt.. And it’s even rechargeable for over 500 times! Not bad.

Product Review: QBracelet

So, how about a fancy bracelet that could charge your smartphone, wouldn’t that be cool? You bet..

And that’s what we are featuring for today from qdesigns.co, the QBracelet – a super lightweight, stylish bracelet of 1.8 ounces that works with iPhone 6 & 6+ and could charge an iPhone 5S to approximately 60 percent..

Comes in 4 colors

Oh yes, as for its sizing, here are the following:

SMALL (6.42 in) Recommended for most women..
MEDIUM (7.12 in) Recommended for most men..
LARGE (7.91 in) Recommended for most men with large wrists..

More so, it’s also available with Apple Lightning Connector.

While charging

Then again, we got a couple of issues with qdesigns though..

ONE. How about coming up with models that could also charge other smartphone brands?

TWO. Is this bracelet “waterproof”? You know, it should at least be able to withstand drizzling or something like that.

Anyway, although it’s retailing at $98, we could have one for $78 on a pre-order discount. Not bad..

But only limited quantities are available. Now, that’s bad.

Innovation Watch: 60-Second Phone Charger

If there’s anything else you’d want your smartphone could do, what would it be? Download actual food? Cough out real money?


How about having a battery that charges in just about 60 seconds?

While the drawback is that aluminum battery produces just half of the voltage of a lithium-ion battery – remember, this is still the initial stage of the discovery. And definitely, more improvements are to follow.

As they say, just ‘count your blessings’!

It’s bendable. Nonflammable. Eco-friendly. And compared to the average lithium-ion battery which only lasts 1,000 cycles, this aluminum battery lasts 7,500 charge cycles without losing any capacity.

Cool, right?!

So, hopefully, its only drawback would be corrected sooner than we think.