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Powerstick USB Portable Charger

By: on December 31, 2011
  • Powerstick USB Portable Charger
  • Powerstick USB Portable Charger
  • Powerstick USB Portable Charger
$45
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The Powerstick is a portable charger for mobile devices such as phones, iPods, iPads, digital cameras, GPS and MP3 Players. Simply recharge it from any USB port including computers and laptops and then use it to charge mobile devices. It aims to replace all of your chargers with one convenient power source. Weighing in at 40 grams (that seems light...) and with a footprint the size of a stick of Wrigley, this innovation can help eliminate the need for wall chargers altogether.

June 2017 Update: The Powerstick is now on its 4th generation, aptly named the Powerstick IV. It comes in the less candy-coated colors of black, gray, blue, and red bordering a mostly white background stick.

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