How to Charge Your iPhone


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I would have liked to go to an event, but I had to stay home and charge my iPhone. Thankfully, there’s a new charger on the block, from the people at Griffin – the PowerBlock Reserve. I know you remember them, and the exceptional deals that they’ve given us recently. The response was so great that they’ve extended the offer! If you use coupon code pirillogo you’ll save 25% on your order!

I unboxed the PowerBlock Reserve prior to starting this video, and have already been using it. It’s pretty small, and there are two parts to it. Simply flip down the adapter and plug it into an electrical socket… and it charges the battery for your iPod or iPhone. Presto! You have juice. The idea is that you can take this with you on the go.

My suggestion is to place this next to the door that you use when leaving your house. Then you’ll always remember to grab it and take it with you. This way, your phone won’t be dead in the water if you’re gone all day. We know how important it is to have a working and fully charged battery.

It’s interesting… it doesn’t actually “click” into the iPhone. It has a magnet that snaps it in place, and it works very well. There’s a USB port on the bottom that allows you to attach the iPhone or iPod to it. Actually – you can charge ANY USB device with this!

If you do not yet have an external battery on your iPhone or iPod, what are you waiting for? You’ll save 25% on this excellent little device – and it works perfectly!

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2 thoughts on “How to Charge Your iPhone”

  1. Can you find out whether this thing can recharge a G1 (with the G1 USB cable)? What’s the power requirement for it, and how long before the Power Block gets drained?

  2. I really don’t think that a charger is that much of an investment. The “Powerblock Reserve” doesn’t seem to be any different than other chargers from a technical standpoint.

    With that said, I agree with you that it’s a fantastic idea to plug your iPhone into an outlet close to the door. All to often people forget to take their phone with them and have tons of messages in their voicemail by the time they get home.

    Great Post Chris

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