The Fuse Chicken Universal has everything you need to charge your smartphone all wrapped into one neat, portable package that’s 3 x 3 inches square and about an inch high. The power banks have become a constant accessory in our lives as having hectic routines, both at home and on the road.
Well choosing a power band having good battery life and easy to carry design is quite difficult and plus if you are short of money all the time like most of us. There are a lot of choices in the market. Anker and Amazon’s house brand RAV Power both offer some good options on a budget. There’s also mainstay Mophie for those who don’t mind paying a bit of a premium for design.
The universal power banks by Fuse chicken will be not known to most of you out there. It manages to jam a lot of features. The product gives a look like a black and white version of Amazon’s default power bricks. There is a bonus point for road lovers that it is coupled with a trio of swappable international wall adapters. While unplugged, you can continue charging as the brick also supports a 6,700mAh battery inside.
The laptop can be stayed alive for a bit as well, but it will burn through that pretty quickly. A wireless charging pad up top is also present, so you can power up another phone. The side of the device features a small display showing off how much life is left. Though, it’s compatible with Apple’s extension cable.
A much more basic product is The Omni Mobile having 12,800 mAh that is the company’s earliest offerings. You have to rely on four lights as there is no display for power information to let you know how much battery is left. The design is subtle and unobtrusive and fits nicely inside a backpack. The Fuse Chicken and Omni Charge power banks cost $85 and $99, respectively.