November 19, 2014

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Energy Shot: Charge on the go with a tiny lipstick sized charger - #ThinkChristmas #PerfectStockingStuffer



From diaper bags to Blankies, if you are a parent you understand that you undergo some big changes once the baby comes. Your once designer purse is now a diaper bag that you have a very small pocket which you can place your possessions. That is why it is important to have tiny possessions that fit into your allocated space. Your phone or better yet your lifeline plays an important part in your daily routine as a new parent. When you are navigating to doctor’s appointments or taking a million pictures of your bundle of joy you need a back up battery plan.

Have you ever been waiting for a phone call, lost on the road, or looking to find someone, only to have your mobile device die when you need it most?  I have traveled a couple times and had this happen to me, only to have to wait to get back to the hotel to charge my phone.  Well no more! The Energy Shot is a phone charger that is the size of a tube of lipstick but will charge you phone 25% faster than a regular device, getting you back on the go in no time.

With these chargers you are never caught powerless at the wrong moment.  Perfect for traveling!  You can still use your device while it is charging and it is great not having charger cords running from the front seat to the back and getting tangled on the kids and dogs! 

This adds up to 10 hours talk time.  Usure of your battery level?   It has a LED battery indicator, just shake to check battery level.
Red = 0% - 40%
Yellow = 41% - 70%
Green = 71% -100%

  These would make the perfect gift or stocking stuffer this year for for busy moms and dads, business travelers, college kids or any avid mobile user.
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