17, June 2013
There are a whole lot of things you can do in 2 hours but finding a way to extend the battery on your iPhone may not be one that comes to mind first. With 2 hours, you could:
- Watch an entire blockbuster movie
- Beat the record for fastest marathon by three minutes
- Get a full cycle of REM sleep
- Play nine holes of golf
- Take the Mensa admission test
- Listen to “Bohemian Rhapsody” 20 times
In 2 hours you can even talk on your mobile phone after its internal battery has died – seriously! It just takes a little forethought and the right tool to extend your phone’s usability.
Now then, if you’re looking to extend the battery on iPhone 4S, you know that type of power doesn’t come with the phone. They do come wherever Rayovac products are sold. Our PS71 External Battery Back Up is exactly what you need to squeeze lots more talk time out of your phone when you’re on-the-go. This external battery is super compact, so it’s super portable. Just pop it into your purse, glove compartment, or even coat pocket, and you’re golden. The Lithium CR123A battery that stores the device’s superpowers is replaceable, so you can use the PS71 over and over again. (The battery actually has a whopping 10-year storage life.)
11, June 2013
There’s probably never going to be an emergency game of ‘Words with Friends’ or a critical moment at which you need to “like” someone’s picture on Facebook that requires immediate power for the best battery for iPhone. But when it comes to things like calling 911, doing a phone interview for a new job, or snapping and sharing pictures of your new baby’s first moments of life, you really can’t afford to find your phone battery near death.
If you’ve ever found yourself without iPhone power in a critical moment, you know your phone is really so much more than a toy. That’s why you need to be asking yourself not just what the best battery for iPhone users is, but also what the best portable power sources are – for all your mobile devices. We’ve got a few solutions that can save the day.
- Our PS68 On-The-Go Charger is the most portable of our solutions and can revive any Apple or micro-USB device while on the go. It holds a charge for up to 12 months and provides 60 minutes of talk time.
- Our PS71 External Battery Back Up is an awesome external iPhone battery. It’s compatible with all Apple 30-pin connected devices and is able to provide up to 2 hours of extra talk time.
- Our PS73 Portable USB Charger is the solution if you want extreme portable recharging capability. It provides a full charge – up to 7 hours of talk time – and is compatible with all USB-connector devices.
Angry Birds, status updates, online shopping – these are the light and fluffy side of owning an iPhone. They can stand to wait until you get home to recharge. But for the moments that really make and break life, you can’t afford to be without backup power. Don’t live at the whim of your phone battery. Do get that best battery for iPhone users, but don’t forget to buy the backup power as your safety net.
7, June 2013
What’s better than our longest lasting mercury-free hearing aid batteries? Only the fact that our batteries are used in Starkey hearing aids; the very same hearing aids that have helped improve the lives of thousands around the globe.
On a recent trip to Papua New Guinea, Spectrum Brands CEO, Dave Lumley, and Vice President, Global Sales & Marketing, Hearing Aid Batteries for Rayovac, Randy Raymond, accompanied the Starkey Hearing Foundation on a mission trip across the Pacific. The purpose of their trip was to provide the less fortunate communities with quality hearing aids. Thanks to the Rayovac-Starkey partnership, literally thousands of people from around the world have received the gift of hearing. Rayovac has been a proud sponsor of the Starkey Hearing Foundation for many years and is privileged to provide them with the best quality batteries for hearing aid. More...
5, June 2013
Hey, iPhone users, wouldn’t it be great if you could just tell Siri, “charge iPhone battery,” and your phone would be all juiced up again? She can do a lot for you but she can’t do everything. In fact, your battery is the elixir of life for Siri. She dies when it dies. Never fear! With our new PS73 Portable USB Charger you can revive her – and fully recharge your phone – while on the go.
The PS73 Portable USB Charger is compatible with all USB-connected devices and provides up to 7 hours of instant mobile power using four AA alkaline batteries. That’s a full charge you can bring with you anywhere. This must-have gadget effectively doubles the amount of time you can use your phone when away from an electrical source. Charge your phone on an airplane. Charge it while you’re camping. Heck, charge it on the top of Everest or the middle of the Sahara if you want.
Like jumper cables for your car, the PS73 is a must-have for anyone who doesn’t want to find themselves in a world of hurt when their mobile device is running on fumes. It makes a great gift for Father’s Day, birthdays, anniversaries, or even for yours truly. Of course, it’s also a great gift for your beloved Siri, who will never have a clue what to do when you tell her, “charge iPhone battery.”
3, June 2013
Stress. Say the word out loud. That’s an awful lot of hissing for such a little syllable, right? How fitting! Snake-like, stress can easily creep into and infest your life – and it’ll bite you in the rear if you’re not careful. We can’t stop life from being stressful, but we can certainly find ways to counteract the impact of stressors. Here are five ways portable power for iPhone 4S can reduce some of your built up stress: More...
28, May 2013
Ever found yourself waiting at a restaurant for a client call or navigating an unfamiliar part of town, and you realize you didn’t recharge your iPhone before leaving home? You can’t shut it off until your mission’s accomplished, but the battery bar is shrinking like a water-doused Wicked Witch of the West. Worse, you don’t have a portable charger for iPhone resuscitation while on-the-go.
What do you do when your battery power is melting – melting! – and you don’t have immediate means to recharge? You probably start lifesaving measures, like reducing the brightness of your screen or turning off the satellite GPS. Maybe later you’ll leave notes for yourself around the house, scribbled in red ink: “Recharge iPhone!” How’s that working out for you?
There’s a better way to make sure you never find yourself powerless while on the go. Try portable power!