When on-the-go while traveling, it’s hard to ensure your portable electronic devices stay charged. Oftentimes, travelers leave their hotels early in the morning for a long day of sightseeing before returning in the evening, with both themselves and the batteries of all their devices drained. The answer to this problem may just be Jackery, the new external battery that allows people to fully charge electronics while on the move.
The Jackery charger is lightweight, fast charging and small in size with a sleek design. Available for phones (Android, iPhone, Windows and BlackBerry) and tablets, the battery offers an additional 110 hours of operation time.
Jackery recently launched Leaf, the first snap-on battery case. It also comes in a variety of other sizes, including Mini, Bar, Giant and Air, which is the world’s thinnest external battery. No matter which one you pick, the company’s advanced battery solutions ensure smartphones and tablets work and play longer than ever before.
The Jackery is Amazon’s No. 1 provider of premium portable batteries. Shop for the product here for a number of portable batteries in a variety of sizes, colors, types and price ranges. Find the perfect device for you and stay powered up wherever you go.
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