Power in your pocket… An every day essential

Posted: June 13, 2017 by goodshoutmedia in Reference

Keys, wallet, phone…. uh, low battery.

We’ve all been there. Grab a Lifeline and get out the door!

The Lifeline Pocket range of portable chargers comprises three models, the Pocket (6000), Pocket Lite (4000) and Pocket Pro (10000).

Perfect as an emergency back up charger for your mobile phone, vaporizer, camera… Any device that can be charged from a USB port.

Lightweight and Powerful

These beautifully designed, sturdy units feature impressive charging capabilities thanks to advanced battery technology.

All of the Lifeline Pocket range of portable chargers use Lithium Polymer batteries which are much more lightweight and efficient than NiCad or NiMh batteries of old. Li-Po batteries are capable of holding a longer charge and producing more power on demand.

A good looking little fella…

Whether in Sky Blue or Charcoal Slate, the Lifeline Pocket Portable Chargers are great quality and durable. Designed to be as good looking as your Smartphone, unlike portable chargers of old you won’t be embarrassed

Charge any USB Device

Using the USB to USB2 / Apple Lightning cable, this device can be used to charge any Smartphone or electronic device… Any device that uses a USB cable can be charged from a Lifeline Pocket. All of the Pocket Lite can be charged via the mains using the USB cable provided, and any USB 3 pin charger.

Available in 2 colours, the Pocket 4000, 6000 and 10,000 are essential carry items for the modern world.


Purchase yours here > http://bit.ly/LifelinePowerbankRange



Using a Lifeline LLP6000 to power a Raspberry Pie, streaming digital radio.

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