Disposable Mobile Cell Phone Battery Chargers are becoming a thing. They can prove quite useful when you are outdoors without a traditional smartphone charger and you really need a little more battery life.
Everything about a Disposable Mobile Cell Phone Battery Charger
The Disposable Mobile Cell Phone Battery Charger is a pocket-sized Emergency Disposable Power Bank for iPhone and Android mobiles. It can offer 1 – 4 hours of extra battery life, depending on your smartphone device. These Single-use phone chargers are sold inside sealed bags and you can easily confuse them with condoms.
What is a Pocket Socket Disposable Mobile Phone Charger?
We are dealing with a pre-charged Lithium – Ion battery with 600 – 1000 mAh output.
The case is biodegradable and the battery does not contain toxic metals so, with a first look they seem Eco-friendly. Since I am a Chemical Engineer, I don’t believe that this is true because every Lithium Ion battery contains cobalt, copper, iron, and nickel.
Anyway, a Mobile Wireless Plug-in and Use Disposable Power Bank requires around 40 minutes to charge your cell phone and it will provide you with 20-40% additional battery life.
Disposable Mobile Cell Phone Battery Charger price
You can purchase a Disposable Emergency Charger online, in local stores or even Disposable Phone Battery vending machines for $5. Of course, you can get a discount if you buy a 3-pack or 5-pack.
The most popular Cell Phone Disposable Chargers right now are:
- Power Hit disposable phone charger
- CHYDA Disposable External Phone Battery
- Jolt emergency one-time use charger
- AOREAL Emergency Fashion Slim Mini Powerbank
- Tendo Charge Disposable emergency Charger
- Pocket Socket Disposable Mobile Phone Charger
- Juice Disposable Charger for Android phone and iPhone
Can you recharge a Disposable Mobile Cell Phone Battery Charger?
My first question when emergency cell phone power banks came out was why you can’t recharge them? After all the precharged Li-on battery is exactly the same as the rechargeable battery inside any smartphone.
The answer was simple and as this guy explains on this video, a Li-on battery can be recharged using (with caution and the necessary safety rules) a typical power bank chip and a recharge socket.
In my opinion, you should stick with the reusable Mobile Power Banks. They cost around $20-$80 but you can use them 1000 times.
But what do you believe about Disposable Mobile Cell Phone Battery Chargers? Would you buy one or is it just a waste of money? Leave a comment below and until next time, take care!