Wednesday, December 17, 2014


With all the electronics in today's world I really do not know where we would be without portable chargers, or battery packs as some call them. After all a phone is only good as long as it is charged, and the smart phones do not keep a charge for long. Then there are those times where you just forget to charge your phone, until oops, it is dead and you left the charger at home.

That is where +Lifeguard comes in! With their portable charger you can easily charge your phone on the go wherever you may be. I love the slim design as it makes it easy to fit in a purse, cosmetic case, pocket, and many more places. It is nice and compact.

The Portable Charger is compatible with many phones and other electronics. We have charged different phones, Acer tablets and more with ours.
Here is a list of there compatibility from the company:
iPhones: 5S, 5C, 5, 4S, 4.
HTC: Oce X, S, V/Sensation XE XL/EVO 4G/Radar 4G/Inspire 4G/ThunderBolt
SAMSUNG: Galaxy S5, S4, S3, S2, Note 2 S2, Nexus, Galaxy Note, Focus S, Infuse
Google: Nexus 5, 4, Google Glass
Motorola: Droid Razr, Bionic, Atrix 2, Triumph.
Amazon: Fire Phone
Other cell phones, MP3. MP4, digital camera, and other with DC 5V input.

The Lifeguard Mini can be recharged 800 times and only takes 5 hours to recharge on a wall charger and 12 hours on a computer. It can charge your phone %100 in 1.5 to 2.5 hours. It has a tough, attractive aluminum shell that makes it impact resistant. It also comes with an Apple compatible lightening cable for your Apple phones.

I have heard that cheaper designs do not have as long of a life on them. LifeGuard offers an 18 month money back guarantee on their Lifeguard Mini.

Now, if you have read other posts of mine you may realize that my boys claim everything electronic. So this one ended up with my 18 year old and I have not heard any complaints yet.

On a last note, some may wonder what MAH stands for, so I found this on a battery site: The mAh capacity rating refers to the storage capacity available for a particular battery. A battery with a capacity rating of 1800 mAh could deliver a current of 1800mA for one hour. Higher mAh ratings for the same battery type will generally mean longer run times.

Order yours HERE

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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