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Using a Lipstick with the iPhone or a Hand Warmer with the iPad? What's UP?

Dr. Z in planning for an out of country trip did some research for a battery to charge his iPhone and iPad.

He came across 2 different kinds of batteries on Amazon.

One looks like a lipstick.

The other looks like a hand warmer.

Dr. Z in planning for an out of country trip did some research for a battery to charge his iPhone and iPad.

He came across 2 different kinds of batteries on Amazon.

One looks like a lipstick.

 

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The other looks like a hand warmer.

Lipstick? It is really a battery that is rechargeable. You recharge it with the same plug adapter that you use with your iPhone. When that lipstick is recharged, it can recharge your iPhone up to 4 times. It is very useful when you are traveling or in a plane where there are no outlets nearby.

Handwarmer? It is a bigger batter that is rechargeable. The iPad requires more power so you need a bigger battery. You recharge it with the same plug adapter that you use with your iPad. And it recharges your iPad quickly in about 3 hours.

So Dr. Z can enjoy his travels without spending too much time looking for outlets. It’s important because he plans to use his iPhone as a primary camera.

The following are links on Amazon:

lipstick charger (link)

handwarmer charger (link)

A smile will come — less running around for a electrical outlet to charge your device!!

So easy so simple!

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Dr. Z is proud to be part of the team that understands and listens to the needs of the deaf and hard of hearing community!

Dr. Z cares about your communication access.

Disclosure: Dr. Z (Philip W. Bravin) is associated with CSDVRS, currently its Vice-President of Business Development

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