World’s Smallest Smartphone Power Bank Puts an End to Low Battery Blues

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PulsePak, a tiny power bank the size of an ordinary keychain, which provides up to two hours talk time for emergency calls, texts, or emails when running low on battery, was announced by Blade Electronics, LLC.

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So many people find themselves wishing they had just a little bit of extra battery life.

Today, Blade Electronics, LLC announced PulsePak, the world’s smallest power bank for charging mobile devices on the go.

PulsePak is designed to fit on a key ring so that it is ready to provide extended battery life at a moment’s notice. With a 400mAh battery, PulsePak has unprecedented battery capacity in a small form factor power bank while still managing to be the smallest solution available at 1.5 x .9 x .5 inches.

David Baum, CEO of Blade Electronics, says, “So many people find themselves wishing they had just a little bit of extra battery life, but most chargers are too bulky to carry around with you every day. PulsePak is the first to provide a significant charge while remaining small enough that you can hook it to your keychain and forget about it until you need an extra boost.”

Phones such as the Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One will benefit up to two hours of extra talk time. Even larger phones like the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 can gain an additional hour. PulsePak is built with an aircraft-grade aluminum enclosure in anodized silver and gold colors.

PulsePak is currently funding on Kickstarter. For more information, please visit:

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K.C. Corbett