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The Best Battery Packs to Use on the Move

The Best Battery Packs to Use on the Move

Sometimes charging your phone at night isn’t enough. Keep reading for some ways to ensure that you’ll never be without phone battery.

If you’re a habitual user of your cell phone, you may have to charge your phone multiple times a day. Having a dead cell phone in an unknown area can lead to dangerous situations. Luckily, there are battery packs that can keep your phone juiced up while you’re on the go. Here are a few that you should consider:

Flux Portable Charger
At only $30, this portable charger is extremely pocket friendly. It’s only 7.8mm thick, with 108 x 62.8mm dimensions. It only takes about 3 to 4 hours to fully charge this device. Additionally, the device contains enough power to recharge your phone once, and maybe even twice if you’re efficient. There is a button on the side that you can push to see the battery power of the portable charger. However, one of the glaring cons is that this device takes over 2 hours to completely charge the battery of the Samsung Galaxy S7.

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RAVPower Portable External Battery Charger
While this charger contains more USBs than the Flux Charger, it is much bulkier. While it is certainly possible to take on the go, it could burden your pocket. Despite its bulky size, it offers a very efficient charge. This charger also contains three output ports, so you can charge multiple devices at the same time. Your laptop and tablet can also be charged by the powerful charger. At $60, it isn’t as economical as the Flux.

ZeroLemon ToughJuice Rugged Portable Charger
If you’re going on a hike in the middle of nowhere and you need a powerful device to charge all of your electronic devices, then look no further. With a 30,000 mAh capacity, this charger can keep your devices going for days. The Galaxy S6 can be charged up to seven times on this device. Although the ZeroLemon weighs 14.1oz, you can’t expect a device of such high power to be light. It can also take up to 24 hours to fully charge this product. At $75, this device should only be sought by those who absolutely need their electronics on the road when they’re off the grid.

Braven BRV-BANK Rugged Portable Battery
If you need a portable battery that can survive being mauled by a bear in the wilderness, then this charger is right up your alley. It is water resistant and successfully met the military drop test. This means it can withstand hard falls with ease. It costs $100, but it’s well worth the price considering its durability and 6,000 mAh battery.

To ensure that your phone runs for as long as possible before you break out your portable chargers, download PSafe’s PowerPro.