Don’t get me wrong, I love my smartphone and Kindle. I use them all the time. My wife also has a smartphone. No matter what, though, it always seems like the battery of one (or all) of these devices is dead. No problem, right? All you have to do is plug them in and charge them. How hard is that? Well, when you have multiple chargers for multiple devices it can get pretty difficult, especially if you are prone to misplacing them around the house. I probably ask my wife multiple times per week if she moved my charger, and the answer always seems to be no. Why is it that our chargers, much like the errant sock, always seem to disappear at the worst possible time?
This isn’t just a problem in my household – it’s a common issue in most homes. With more devices come more chargers – and with more chargers come more misplaced chargers. This issue may be close to being resolved with the thingCharger. What in the world is a thingCHARGER? It’s a revolutionary new charger that charges all of your things. All at the same time. It charges iPhones, Androids, Kindles, tablets, you name it.
The Perfect Charger For ALL Of Your Things
The thingCHARGER could become a staple in homes within the next few years because of its simple design. You plug it into an empty outlet and simply place your device on the right tip and you’re charging away. The thingCHARGER comes with multiple tips that fit into the back of it so you can charge each and every one of your devices. Another awesome feature of the thingCHARGER is that you can plug multiple chargers together and therefore charge all of your devices at the same time in the same place. Gone are the days when you have to have a cord for every device.
The thingCHARGER doesn’t even use electricity if it’s plugged in and not charging anything. Indeed, there are few things (if anything) that can be found wrong with this charger. People sure believe in it – they are seeking funding through Indiegogo, and have already raised $505,671 of their $25,000 goal…and they still have 10 days left in their campaign. You can get one charger for a $29 donation.
What do you think? I think it’s great.
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