Public Recharging Station for Electronic Devices Invented by InventHelp Client (LGI-1727)

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A leading invention submission company, InventHelp is submitting the Charge For A Charge to companies for their review.

While we have the option to charge our many electronic devices at home or in the car, what happens when the battery dies while we're shopping or at public locations? Thanks to an inventor from Richmond Hill, N.Y., that question is easy to answer.

He developed CHARGE FOR A CHARGE to provide a wireless battery charging resource for your electronic devices while out in public areas. Rather than carrying around the different wall chargers and scrounging for electrical outlets to get a few minutes of charge, you now can simply; pay, store, charge and (when the selected time is up) collect your charged devices all done inexpensively. What's more while the batteries are being changed, the user's devices are kept safe from loss or theft. Having a fully charged functional cellphone, tablet or other device is so important when on the go.

Not only can this invention increase your revenue, it can also provide a safe and secure charging even in an emergency situation. In the hands of local emergency responders, this invention can provide free charging for the population during times when no electricity is available with our alternate powering options, such as generator or solar to power this invention.

Located conveniently in public areas, it has the potential to eliminate the inconvenience of a dead battery entirely and with various notification options (Radio Frequency restaurant style pager, telephone text or phone app), you will be notified when your time charge is up so your customers are reminded of their valuables. Best of all, this invention comes in different locker qualities and styles; it is easy to operate and inexpensive.

The inventor was inspired to create this by the increasingly dependency to our electronic devices in use today. "With more people having cell phones, tablet, smart phone and portable computers, and the growing need for an easy, convenient, safe way of charging these devices. This invention is particularly appealing to busy, on-the-go individuals such as I."

The original design was submitted to the Long Island office of InventHelp. It is currently available for licensing or sale to manufacturers or marketers. For more information, write Dept. 12-LGI-1727, InventHelp, 217 Ninth Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15222, or call (412) 288-1300 ext. 1368. Learn more about InventHelp's Invention Submission Services at -

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