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Stay Powered Up During Travels with the Urban Warrior Wireless Charging Box

Savvy travelers know that they need to carry a lot of stuff — charging cables, chargers, external battery packs, even flashlights for those occasions when the power goes out. Rather than fill a travel bag with all that junk, why not invest in the Urban Warrior Wireless Charging Box ($58)? It features a wireless charger, multi-cables, a SIM kit, phone cradle, memory card reader and an LED flashlight in an attractive and compact box.

How many devices do you carry every day? If you have many necessary gizmos, having to carry a bunch of cords, all tangled up is a mess. Not to mention when there’s no available socket on a plugboard to charge your device. A compact charging station on-the-go is very much necessary to handle your gadget needs. This box features a wireless charger, 6 charging cables, a SIM kit, a phone cradle, and a memory reader. Plus, it has an ambient LED flashlight in case you need it. 

  • Wireless Charging: Simply place the back of your phone on the surface of the charging toolbox while it’s plugged into a power source via USB or USB C port

  • Multi Cable: Holds 6 types of charging cables that support PD charging & fast-charging

  • SIM Kit: 2 slots for nano sim cards & a sim card ejector pin

  • Phone Cradle: Watch your videos at ease while you’re doing other tasks

  • Memory Reader: Transfer files from your phone to your laptop without Wi-Fi

  • LED Flashlight: Portable & easy-to-access flashlight for any situation

Specs

  • Color: black

  • Materials: ABS

  • Dimensions: 0.51″ x 3.54″ x 2.28″

  • Charging capacitty: 5W/10W/15W

  • Cable material: thermoplastic rubber (TPE)

  • Function type: Qi-enabled wireless charger

  • USB cables: Type-C , Micro, Mini USB

  • Manufacturer’s 6-month warranty

Steve Sande
the authorSteve Sande
Steve is the founder and former publisher of Apple World Today and has authored a number of books about Apple products. He's an avid photographer, an FAA-licensed drone pilot, and a really bad guitarist. Steve and his wife Barb love to travel everywhere!