Fuel Micro Charger is world’s smallest mobile phone charger for emergencies

Fuel Micro Charger

The world’s smallest mobile phone charger could be a reality soon if the Kickstarter project that goes by the name Fuel Micro Charger makes it through the initial funding stage, which by the way seems a definite possibility as it is not far from the funding goal. Fuel is no bigger than your keychain and only slightly bigger than a quarter which makes it a small little portable charger for emergencies in case you need to charge up your mobile phone when no other source of charging is available. Having a 220 milliAmp hour battery that gives you around 20-30 minutes of extra juice (under normal usage) for the mobile phone is perfect for adventure trips and times when you are travelling a lot. This emergency phone charger measures just 1.3 by 0.9 by half an inch and is rechargeable for at least one month, which means that you can charge it once and for at-least one month there is no need to recharge or have fear of the battery getting discharged.

Fuel Micro Charger is designed in the form factor of an attractive gallon having three LEDs indicating the charging status and to prevent unwanted discharging there is a switch. The tiny charger is compatible with Android, Samsung, LG, Sony, Motorola, Nokia or Blackberry phone and the only downside is that it is not compatible with iPhone. The phone charger is expected to be available by April end 2013 and if you also like this intuitive project, contribute certain amount to get special discount when finally the product will be available.

# Fuel Micro Charger Kickstarter project

Via: Kickstarter

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