PRSRV Power Bank with an Ejectable Backup Battery

Using an ejectable backup battery, the PRSRV power bank lets you more conveniently charge your mobile devices wherever you’re. Like the design? Let’s continue checking.

PRSRV Power Bank with Ejectable Backup Battery

The PRSRV is a flexible and practical portable power bank that measures 110 x 67 x 12mm, and the removable backup battery measures 86 x 54 x 3mm. As we can see from the images, the power bank shows off a low-profile and minimalistic appearance design along with a solid black exterior, and the portable design allows you to easily store it in your bag or place it anywhere in your room.

Moreover, the ejectable backup battery features a more compact form factor, and its ultra-thin design allows it to fit in your wallet.

PRSRV Power Bank with Ejectable Backup Battery

The PRSRV power bank comes equipped with 8000mAh rechargeable battery, and using a built-in USB port, it connects with your smartphone, tablet or any USB mobile device for charging. When connecting with AC adapter, the power bank redirects energy to its built-in battery once your phone is fully charged, so it’s able to protect your device from overcharge.

Furthermore, the power bank supports Quick Charge 3.0, so you can use it to quickly charge your smartphone with Quick Charge 3.0 technology. The credit card sized backup battery is designed to add extra 30% battery life to your phone wherever you go, and it’s compatible with Lightning and microUSB equipped mobile devices.

PRSRV Power Bank with Ejectable Backup Battery

The PRSRV has been available for preorder on Indiegogo (flexible funding goal). You can pledge $49 to own the power bank and an ejectable battery. Both units will be shipped in July 2017. BTW, don’t miss the compact power bank and more cool related gadgets by following tags.

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