We don’t sell the ChargeKey anymore, sorry!

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Product info

A wise man once said that nothing is truly portable unless you can comfortably fit it onto your keyring. Well, the ChargeKey is designed to do just that, so you'll always have a spare cable with you – ready to charge and sync your smartphone from any USB port.

Made from a highly durable combination of rubber and silicon, it can be bent, twisted and squished in every direction. The connectors are cleverly engineered to be scratch and damage-resistant, even without covers. In other words, this rugged pocket device is built to survive on your keychain.

Just like your regular charging cable, one end goes into your smartphone and the other plugs into any USB port (computer, wall charger, external battery pack etc). Simple. So the next time you find yourself short of battery-life, you won't have to keep your phone switched off for the whole day or trawl the office begging your colleagues for a spare cable.

Product info

A wise man once said that nothing is truly portable unless you can comfortably fit it onto your keyring. Well, the ChargeKey is designed to do just that, so you'll always have a spare cable with you – ready to charge and sync your smartphone from any USB port.

Made from a highly durable combination of rubber and silicon, it can be bent, twisted and squished in every direction. The connectors are cleverly engineered to be scratch and damage-resistant, even without covers. In other words, this rugged pocket device is built to survive on your keychain.

Just like your regular charging cable, one end goes into your smartphone and the other plugs into any USB port (computer, wall charger, external battery pack etc). Simple. So the next time you find yourself short of battery-life, you won't have to keep your phone switched off for the whole day or trawl the office begging your colleagues for a spare cable.