If it feels like your older-model iPhone can’t hold a charge to save its life, we have some good news: You don’t have to carry a bulky power bank everywhere you go. We’ve found the “holy grail” of portable chargers, and it’s so small it can fit easily in your pocket.
The iWalk Ultra Compact Power Bank is about the size of a tube of lipstick, but it charges your iPhone super-fast, and. It's available in white for only $24 at Amazon with on-page coupon! ($28 for the black, blue, red and pink models). Grab one today, pop it in your purse and never endure "one-percent panic" again.
The iWalk Ultra Compact Power Bank will juice up an iPhone 11, 11 Pro, 12, 12 Pro or SE up to one and a half times on a single charge.
Holds its charge — and juices up your phone fast!
Customers are raving about this tiny gadget’s ability to retain a charge — one customer said it held its power for weeks — so you can rely on it to perform when you need it most. “Has saved me many times on the bike trail when my iPhone gets low on battery. Highly recommended,” this fan attested.
One impressed shopper wrote, “Have an iPhone 8-plus and fits perfectly. I’ve drained my battery where it turns off; and comes back on within 1–2 minutes with this charger!”
Cordless, convenient and cute!
The iWalk Ultra Compact Power Bank eliminates the need to carry a clumsy USB port around. Amazon shoppers love this convenience, with one writing, “Love the size and the fact you don't have to have a charging cord; it is built into the charger. You can use your phone while charging.”
Another said this cordless wonder was a lifesaver during an all-day theme park excursion. They wrote: “I was traveling to Disney for vacation and, knowing me, I would drain my battery with just taking pictures alone. I wanted a portable battery but didn’t want a carry a cord either, so I was excited when I found this little baby! It does exactly as described, pretty pink color, and I get one full charge for my iPhone 11. Get it — you will not be disappointed!”
Did we mention how tiny it is?
The fact that the iWalk Ultra Compact Power Bank is so small makes it great for everyday use — you can even fit it into the little pocket of your yoga pants. It’s seriously that portable. All the while, it manages to be powerful and reliable when you need it most, as this shopper discovered:
“Small footprint ,but gives my iPhone XS one full charge. I have a larger external battery, which is great when I travel and I know I will be taking loads of photos.... But I felt it was too large to carry for everyday use. I thought I would try this one and I am thrilled with it. It has such a small footprint that it fits in any of the pockets in my handbag, has a lightening connector so it attaches to my iPhone XS easily without me having to remove the case, and I get one full charge out of it.... All in all, it’s exactly what I needed.”
iWALK iWALK Ultra Compact Power Bank — White
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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