Thursday, September 18, 2014


Living in a hurricane state sometimes we are out of electricity for up to a week. I remember for Katrina we were scrambling to get coffee, A/C, and charge our phones. You would think it would be simple just charge it in the car but my car will not charge unless it's running. If you live in or know somebody who lives in a hurricane state you don't waste gas when you have no electricity because it's running your generator and likely in VERY limited supply. Why not charge your phone with generator you ask? Because the generator has too much power and can blow your phone's battery.

Although I hope it will be YEARS before we have another hurricane I was super excited when I was approved to review the Lifeguard Mini 1 Portable charger. It's a premium power bank that has a reliable battery Grade A cell. Using the mini charger you can full charge your device and still have juice leftover.

It has a nice sleek design that is easily portable and will fit in your pocket with ease. Imagine how nice it would be to charge your phone while on a hike or walking around the neighborhood. Having the freedom of not being dependent on a wall charger is very liberating. It also comes in different colors they even have pink.

For a limited time the Lifeguard Mini I comes with a free lightning cable which is Apple Compatible the cable will charge and sync your IPhone. Compatible with iPhone 5, 5C, 5S, and 6.

It comes with an 18 month money back warranty. Plus you can count on the Lifeguard customer service crew anytime and anywhere.  The Lifeguard Mini is super easy to charge all I did was plug it into my computer. It charged for a few hours and was done. There is a red indicator light to show you when it needs to be charged that goes away when it is finished charging.

The cables are very short so they are not dangling and getting tangled in everything. They easily pull in and out without getting caught or having to fight with it.

I am very pleased with the Lifeguard Mini,  it will come in handy if we are ever without power for a few days. I will keep it charged so it will be there when I need it.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

    1 comment:

    1. This looks very interesting but I live in Texas and I am wondering how it would hold up in the heat if I left it in the car on accident or you took it to an event outside in the summer and it was really hot. I don't want to buy something that can't function or loses its charge in extreme temperatures.