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Few things are more frustrating than when our phones suddenly lose power—but then again, few things are more preventable. To avoid falling off the grid (unless you want to), slip this backup battery into your purse. Here’s to powering up.
Totally unhappy with this purchase! Size and design are cute, but it is useless when it comes to function. Why carry around a battery if you can't get a full charge out of it? This charged my phone to 25% and the battery was out of power after that.
this battery will charge your phone for half an hour, 25% if that. such a disappointment. the Duracell external battery charger has more battery charging life than this.
please do not waste your time or money on this. I wish I could return this item.
This little piece of technology is great! Bought one for a gift & liked it so much, I bought one for myself!5
Wish I hadn't wasted my money on this product. The pros are that this charging card is very thin and lightweight. I can easily slip it into my purse on the go. The major con is that it hardly charges my phone. Even when this card is fully charged up, it only adds around 25% power to my iphone 5s. I have learned that there are other products out there that work much better and can fully charge my phone.2
I'm so happy I added this into my July box. It was a really big help this past weekend. It's small and compact, so you can store it in a clutch. The design on the outside makes it even more appealing. It barely takes any time to charge it up also, which is a plus. It charges your phone quickly and takes the stress out of low battery life.5
I love this power card! My phone is notorious for dying at the worst possible times and this charger is small enough to carry with me wherever I go. Love the designs, one of my favorite birchbox finds so far.5
Triple C is not kidding when they say Ultra Thin! This is the most compact, thinnest battery I've seen in the marketplace. It stows nicely in my purse (even my wallet or clutch). I've used it multiple times, and it works great. The only thing that's a bit tricky is pushing the USB port to the open position (maybe it loosens up over time).5
While this is thin and can be stored about anywhere, it has one major flaw: it does not charge much. It charged my iPhone 5 49%, so this is good as an emergency thing, but don't count on it recharging your battery entirely and still having some power left (like many batteries out in the market do).3
Though the design is cute and it is small, I felt like it was a waste of money, and maybe I got a dud. The USB from my iPhone would not plug all the way into the battery. When I was able to get it to charge, it would charge for 2 min then die.
I plan on returning this.
I don't know if I got a dud or this thing is just useless. After waiting a month for it I plugged it in, charged the charger, and finally plugged it into my phone. I charged my phone for approximately 1 minute before if shut off. The light never changed from green down to red indicating it was running out of power; it just shut off.
Perhaps mine just a dud but for $35 this was a complete waste of money.