If you’re the kinda person who loves going on extended adventures, but get frustrated cause your snazzy smartphone has a habit of dying right before you snap that beautiful sunset, then you’ll love this sexy portable charger. And you can win one right here — just scroll to the bottom to see how.
However, if you fall more into the category of person who meticulously weighs each item in their backpack and won’t leave the house until their two day camping bag weighs less than 8kg, stop reading now. This handy little device is not for you.
So what is this TP-Link power bank? Basically this little gadget will charge all your other gadgets. Oh and it has an LED light, so you can use it as a torch as well. But let’s face it, you are far more likely to use your torch as a torch and save the battery in your TP-Link for actually charging stuff.
As a guide, you should be able to charge a smartphone three to five times and a tablet once. At this point, all you avid festival goers should be jumping up and down fist bumping the air, as you realise you can now use your phones/cameras to capture the entire festival experience, because each night you can fully charge your device ready for the next day.
Soggy campers can also rejoice, as this means you can recharge your tablets and stay entertained while waiting for the weather to break. Hurrah!
I’ve had my charger for a good few months now and am really glad to have it. The type of adventure I’m off on always dictates whether it stays at home in the cupboard or is taken with for the ride. And yes, I do fall into the category of person who obsesses over weight when wild camping. And to be honest, I tend to keep my phone on flight mode to save battery, so I don’t really need to charge it.
But on long weekends in the campervan, there’s no need to worry about weight, so this little device is always on the ‘to-pack’ list. That means lots of music through the day, movies in the evening and limitless juice for photos.
This competition is now closed. The winner chosen at random is Emma Coleman. Congrats Emma, hope you find the charger really handy!