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Is Pebble Smartstick+ Coolest-looking portable phone chargers?

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We all are well aware about the problem with smartphones that do everything but require ever-larger capacity batteries to keep up with doing everything throughout the day and into the night. Although, smartphone makers are working to improve the battery life with power-saving modes, few of us are lucky enough to own a phone that keeps going as long as we do.

Yes, you read it right. Veho’s Pebble Smartstick+ is a 3000mAh portable charger that delivers full charge for almost any smartphone. It would potentially charge those smartphones with smaller-capacity batteries. With just 500mA input and output, it wont charge your device in a hurry.

Veho VPP-004-AS Ayrton Senna Signature Collection 3000mAh Pebble Smartstick+

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You can simply leave the Pebble plugged in until the charging is completed. But its worth mentioning, that some tablets like the iPad mini will refuse to charge while others like Google Nexus 7 will incredibly take long time to charge.
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Pebble Smartstick+ is a bit expensive at $ 66.19 and carries less charge than some other portable chargers. Besides these facts, this product is far more easily portable and pocketable at only 84g and the best feature is that it looks pretty cool.
The Smartstick+ is a smooth, metal stick. It has rounded edges with F1 driver Ayrton Senna’s signature emblazoned on the side.
You get both a karabiner clip and carry case, so it’s all up to you whether to attach it in your keyring or shove it in your bag.
Pebble smartphone charger

The charging port of Pebble is hidden below an end cap and this prevent you to losing at it when your phone is being charged.
Pebble Smartstick+ is delivered with a short USB cable that has three interchangeable connectors: a 30-port Apple connector, Micro-USB and Mini USB. If you’ve an iPhone that uses lightening connection or the one that uses proprietary connection you’ll need to provide your own USB cable.

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