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Rayovac’s Phone Boost 800 portable charging device and Car and Wall USB Power Chargers can keep your iPhone, and other devices, powered up for long periods of time.

Rayovac’s Phone Boost 800 mobile device charger provides instant power for Micro USB, Apple 30-pin and Apple Lightning devices. The charger, which can be attached to a ring of keys, utilizes a lithium ion rechargeable battery that holds 800mAh of power to recharge a mobile phone for 150 minutes of additional talk time.

The Phone Boost 800 can be recharged and used over and over to power mobile phones, digital cameras, portable gaming devices, MP3 players, and other USB rechargeable devices. The Phone Boost 800 mobile charging device has a manufacturer's suggested retail price of US$24.99 (Micro USB and Apple 30-pin) and $29.99 (Apple Lightning). Both Apple versions are MFi Certified.

Rayovac’s Car and Wall USB Power Chargers have been designed with dual USB ports, making it possible to charge two devices simultaneously, including tablets. These dual USB chargers have a maximum output of 3.4A and are compatible with all USB cables, including Apple Lightning, Apple 30-pin, Micro USB and Mini USB cables. Rayovac’s Car and Wall USB Power Chargers have an MSRP of $19.99.

Go to www.rayovac.com for more info.

 
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