December 14, 2015
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Kickstarter is teeming with innovation, but it’s also drowning in a bunch of experimental products that won’t really take off or improve your life. This is why we created the ‘Kickstarter project of the week’ series, where we hand pick the best projects we see hitting the popular funding website.

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So, which is the lucky winner this weekend? I came across this nifty little gadget that is named Pocket. This accessory only does a couple things, but it does them very well. In a nutshell, it is a wallet that doubles as a battery pack.

As a wallet, it is actually quite a nifty product. It is thinner, made of plastic and seems to be quite resistant, but it is also helpful. The spring-loaded card slot fits 6 cards, and another one can be placed on the outside (good for NFC payments). On the other side we will also find a band for conveniently storing bills.

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Now, what about that battery part? Packed inside this little gadget is a 1300 mAh battery. And you won’t be needing to carry any extra cables here. The Pocket comes with a couple charging cables integrated. One has a microUSB tip, while the other sticks to Apple’s Lightning connector.

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1300 mAh is arguably a small amount of juice, but we must consider this unit is super small. Plus, it will never really get in the way. There wouldn’t be a need to remember putting it in your bag or think about it, so you won’t even feel like you re carrying anything extra. It’s always with you! Considering all this, 1300 mAh is nothing to scoff at. It just can’t really give you a full charge on an average smartphone.

Interested? You will need to back this project with at least $75 to get your hands on one. This is a good discount over the expected $99 retail price, right? There were cheaper offers available to early backers, but those are gone now.

Back the Phorce Pocket on Kickstarter

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Edgar Cervantes
Edgar Cervantes has over 5 years of experience in tech journalism. Exploring the latest gadgets and constantly studying the industry are part of is daily drive. Regardless of what he is working on, you can be sure he is always trying his best to bring you the best content. He will be dead honest and will bend to nothing.
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