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Crank It Up With The SOS Emergency Cell Phone Charger!

The SOS Emergency Cell Phone Charger is a low-tech solution for high-tech cell phones whose batteries run out of power in emergency situations. If you've ever (and we all have) left your phone charger at home or at the office, a 3-minute cranking session with the SOS Emergency Cell Phone Charger is all you need to give your cell enough power to make one call. That one call could be a life-saver if you're lost, in trouble or have had a car accident.

The sleekly styled, ergonomically designed cranking charger comes in your choice of Silver with Blue trim or Blue with Silver trim. It includes an LED to illuminate the charging port of your phone and a set of 4 adaptors with a total of six cell phone adaptor tips that fit the vast multitude of popular cell phones from makers such as Audiovox, Kyocera, LG, Motorola, Nextel, Nokia, Samsung, Sony Ericsson and more.



The great thing about the SOS Emergency Cell Phone Charger is that it doesn't have a battery, it replaces a battery. This means the charger's always ready when you need it, making it a perfect addition to your emergency supplies kit before you go camping, hiking or vacationing. The charger is also endlessly reusable and environmentally friendly, neither using electricity nor leaving you with a dead battery to dispose of. Wouldn't it be great if the charger could be hooked up to your bicycle? Last but not least, the SOS Emergency Cell Phone Charger allows you to make "crank calls" and not feel guilty!

The SOS Emergency Cell Phone Charger comes in Blue or Silver, includes adaptors for 4 of the most popular wireless phones and is available for $23.00 plus shipping from Compact Impact . Both the SOS Emergency Cell Phone Charger and the Adaptor Pack can also be purchased separately, direct from SOS Charger .

Steve Levenstein
Japanese Innovations Writer
InventorSpot.com

 

Comments
May 19, 2007
by Anonymous D. Grader (not verified)

If taking a student's cell phone (or i-Pod, etc.)

can result in the teacher needing a neck brace, just imagine how the teacher confiscating these accessories would end up--like in a full body cast.