A backup battery can be a real life saver if your phone is on the brink of dying. However, it is useless if it is not charged. Most external power packs charge in a matter of hours, based on their capacity. UNU comes to solve this problem with the Ultrapak GO and TOUR batteries that can be charged enough in fifteen minutes. Afterwards they can be used to fully charge a smartphone.
UNU’s line of backup batteries is made of two different models. The $60 Ultrapak Go has a 3,000 mAh battery inside. It requires half an hour to recharge fully. However, it reaches 2,000 mAh in only fifteen minutes, which is enough to fully charge a smartphone.
The second battery in the line, the Ultrapak Tour, requires an hour and a half to charge fully and reach 10,000 mAh. However, same as with the other model, in just a quarter of an hour it reaches 2,000 mAh, becoming all set to save your smartphone from dying on you.
The two backup batteries also include an easy-to-read display. This display indicates the charge level and lets you know how much time must pass until they are fully charged.
Talking about their product, Brian Westphal, the Chief Marketing Officer, explained: “Instead of charging a phone for 15 minutes, which may yield less than 10% additional power, users can promptly recharge the Ultrapak and collect enough backup power to keep their phones going for a full day. The invention of the Ultrapak fulfills the urgent needs of a fast-charging solution in a time sensitive power deficiency.”
The Ultrapak GO and TOUR batteries will become available for purchase starting with June 30. However, they can also be pre-ordered now. Would you buy these backup batteries?