Today I am going to review a powerbank from a company called PhoneSuit which sells chargers for your phone.  The powerbank looks different then others you will find out there on the market but still this product will keep your phone charged up when you need it most  the battery charger costs about $79.95 USD and comes with Free shipping  so that’s all you will pay. So not bad for the price but how does it perform? That’s what this review intends to show you, so read on….

Info:

Product Name: PhoneSuit Journey

Provider: PhoneSuit

Price: $79.95 

 

Technical Specifications

Model No: PS-JOURN-35
Model Name: PhoneSuit Journey All-In-One Charger
Battery Capacity: High Density 3500 mAh
Output AC: 5V @ 2.4A
Output: 5V @ 2.1A
Input AC: AC 100V – 240V, 50/60 Hz, 300 mA
Input USB: 5V @ 2.1A
Size MM: L 127 x W 65 x H 13 mm
Size Inches: L 5 x W 2.55 x H 0.51 in
Weight: 135g / 4.76 oz
Lightning Cable Out: Integrated
Micro-USB Cable Out: Integrated
AC Wall Prongs (USA): Integrated
Full USB Output: Integrated
Micro-USB Input: Integrated
Materials: Polycarbonate Composite, Soft Rubber Layer

The Review:

The powerbank has a identifying mark on it which is the PhoneSuit Logo

The powerbank comes with a Mini USB and instruction booklet. The PhoneSuit Journey All-In-One Charger caters to all of your mobile charging needs in one single device. This is something that caught my eye and the main reason why I love this battery is an Integrated Lightning cable and Micro-USB cable and AC wall charger in an ultra-thin profile. The Journey easily fits in my pocket, or bag wherever life takes me.

Something that has really attracted me to the Journey is the unique design which allows it to seamlessly integrate power with the no matter the iPhone or Android case you have. Simply connect the journey with the integrated cable or use your own cable via the USB port on the Journey for instantly satisfying your phone’s power. Now you can have more than double the amount of time to talk.

The Journey has a high performance battery cell and advanced chipset capable of delivering up to 200% of extra power. It’s an all-in-one integrated solution that requires no extra cables (unless you want to provide your own cable). If I had to compare this to another product it would be the Ravpower Savior but the thing with that product while it gives you more juice you have to choose between the type of intergrated cable you want and the Savior is also bulky but not with the Journey.

Conclusion:

So yes the battery charger is a bit expensive, but is it even worth it? I would say yes if you want to keep your phone charged and not have a battery case or need to remember your cable since we all live busy life’s and just remembering our backpacks,keys,phone,eating breakfast ,but making sure we have a powerbank and where the heck our sync cable shouldn’t be as big of a task as most of us as made it out to be.   So in all it’s not bad for a battery charger and if you can overlook the price it will be the most unique item you will have got for your phone

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