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Charge Anywhere with The K-TOR Pocket Socket 2

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I know that I have found myself trying to find a way to charge my phone with no power outlet around and with my external battery just as dead as my phone, and I know I’m not the only one! Today I’m going to be showing off the K-TOR Pocket Socket 2, The new way of charging any device from anywhere in the world, with no power outlets or per-charging capabilities. Not to mention the great Customer Service and the very fast shipping!

Specs: 

  • the only hand crank charger that can charge: Apple iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 3G, iPods, and iPads, Digital Cameras, AA and AAA Battery Chargers
  • Generates up to 10watts of electricity at 120 volts
  • Charges all of the following:
  • Smart Phones
  • iPhone
  • iPod
  • iPad
  • Droid
  • Blackberry
  • PDA
  • Digital Camera
  • Digital Camera Battery
  • Hand-held Gaming Device
  • Digital Video Camera
  • GPS Navigation Device
  • Rechargeable Light
  • Handheld Radio
  • Kindle
  • Tablet
  • Cell Phone
  • Satellite Phone
  • mp3 Player
  • Flashlight

 

The Review: First lets start from taking it straight out of the box, you’ll probably notice right off the bat the cool rubber band wrapped around the Pocket Socket. This rubber band is actually keeping the Pocket Socket closed. Next, you’ll notice the very in detailed Instruction Manual. I highly suggest you read through the whole Instruction Manual taking it one step at a time just to be cautious.

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Once reading through the Instruction Manual it will tell you to take the rubber band off and turn the handle to the outside to where it is not facing the actual socket. After this, go ahead and plug in your charger. Once your charger is all the way in then re-apply the rubber band to where it goes over the Pocket Socket and also wraps completely around the backside of the charger keeping it nice and secure while cranking. Now you are ready to crank, you can crank in anyways you could possibly imagine. You can crank with your left hand, right hand, backwards, forwards, and pretty much any way you can imagine! But remember while cranking that you want to crank at least 2 full revolutions per second otherwise your device will have a hard time charging.

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In Conclusion: These hand crank are awesome! This thing is little enough to take anywhere and can really be a life saver to those who just have to get that last phone call or tweet in there before your phone goes dead! Another awesome thing about this thing is the variety of products and cellular devices it can charge at anytime and anywhere just given a little bicep power. The socket is very sturdy and won’t break without a fight. I would suggest this to anyone who likes to go on camping trips or hitchhiking  just the average family to keep around the house in case of an emergency. The only problem I could possibly imagine on the Pocket Socket would be the rubber band getting loose and that’s an easy fix if it ever happens. All in all I give The Pocket Socket 2 a 10/10 with great quality! And you can’t beat the kind of steep but for a good product price of $64.95!

 

Check them out here: http://www.k-tor.com/hand-crank-generator/

 

10/10- Awesome Product

 

Be sure to take a look at Dave’s review of the Pocket Socket 2 also

Cameron just like most of us here loves the outdoors and why not he lives in the great state of Kentucky where he is a student at Western Kentucky University You might have guessed that is in Bowling Green the same town as our friends TGP (That Guy Productions) who we might add have talent just like Cameron ..but anyway moving on since this is about Cameron, Cameron has a Youtube channel where he has been very passionate about bringing quality content to his viewers and to the NH Tech viewership helping people make smart decisions when buying a product In his free time Cameron likes to play sports in particular Baseball

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