Thursday, December 12, 2013

Win Free Powerocks Magicstick 2800mAh Universal Extended Battery - WebFreebies Holidays Giveaway


My dear blog readers!

I am happy to announce the WebFreebies blog Holidays Giveaway. It is sponsored by Powerocks, USA, company specialized on manufacturing and distribution of the high-quality mobile accessories for reasonable and affordable prices.


I have tried several extended batteries that did not work sufficiently for me, a waste of money! This one really works. I have an iPhone that needs charging frequently. I probably need a new one, but have not had time to purchase one.

Anyhow, this powerocks magic stick works so well,,I am telling everyone. It is small, and powerful, and charges my mobile devices safely and quickly when I am away from an electrical outlet. It is compact and lightweight and easily fits within my purse. Powerocks is the best source for backup portable power on-the-go. Its 2800mAh battery capacity, gives enough juice to fully charge most smartphones two times. Magicstick includes a Micro USB to USB connection cable for easy charging/recharging and a soft drawstring carrying bag (From Amazon.com Product Reviews).

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Product: Powerocks Magicstick 2800mAh Black Universal Extended Battery

Purpose: If you are one of the new generations of people who get maximum from their phones, using them as communication device, media player, GPS, mini-computer, electronic purse, photo-video camera, and many other purposes, you may experience that your battery is not getting alive through the busy day.

 Sometimes you may not have the time, place, or occasion to recharge your phone, especially when you’re constantly using it throughout the day. If that is a case with you, you will definitely benefit from using a portable battery/charger. 

Description: The Powerocks Magistick extended battery is small enough to easily fit in a purse, briefcase, backpack...even in the palm of your hand. This lightweight but powerful battery is perfect for work, vacation and everyday on-the-go. It has a modern slim, sleek, and stylish design. Its compact design makes it convenient to carry in your pocket or purse. You could even leave it plugged in to your phone. Micro USB cable and velvet bag are included. This extended battery contains a rechargeable 2800mAh lithium ion battery.

I have a few different portable chargers and I love this one. It is small and easily can fit into a smaller purse or my pocket to be used when I am out and there are no outlets around (Concerts, bus trips, amusement parks). It even has a little bag to carry it and the cord in! (From Amazon.com Product Reviews).

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Main Product Features:

* Has a one-amp charge rate (same as home chargers).
* Depending on your phone's battery, you can get one-two full charges from one Magicstick charge.
* Large capacity 2800mAh portable battery keeps your cell phone or smartphone powered while on the go.
* Small and convenient for traveling.
* Compatible with cell phones, smartphones, and media players.
* Has one USB port with 5V / 1A output for rapid charging.
* Recharge via the included Micro-USB charging cable.
* Features a charge-level indicator.
* Powers iPhone, Android phones, other smartphones, and many other devices.
* Environmentally friendly (ROHS compliant).
* CE, UL, FCC approved.
* Size: 3.6 inches (9.1 cm) long by 0.9 inches (2.3 cm) diameter.
* Weight: 2.6 ounces (74 grams).
* Regular Cost: $49.99

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65 comments:

Sally Bridges said...

I am constantly goin dead on my phone and living in the country driving through snow and wind I could use this in case I have car trouble!!!

pussmom212 said...

As foolish as I feel about this more than once when meeting friends my phone has lost power and of course I know none of their #'s by heart so I couldn't even borrow someone's phone to try to reach them.

walk9 said...

The power seems to go out quite a bit here in New England and without a phone i have no way to get in touch in case of trouble.

wilma2389 said...

A few years ago I was driving home from visiting my sister in another state and my car broke down. I was alone and when I tried to call 3A's my phone was dead. Thankfully, a State Trooper came along and stopped to assist me. I could have surely used a phone charger that day.

Debbie Yoder said...

We go camping alot in the wilderness, need to keep the phones charged in case of an emergency, and to keep in touch with friends and family in town,TY!!

clc408 said...

It's hard to keep a phone charged while travelling. This would help.

Emelyn Trevino said...

Umm school I hate having it dying and I can't call my moms then I have to talk to weird strangers for their phone

Paty pulido said...

this charger would be a lifesaver for traveling and emergencies

sweepmom said...

I was visiting my mom and had forgotten my power cord for my phone. I usually carried one in my car but I had taken it out to use in my other vehicle and did not replace it. Not wanting to make the 4 hour ride home, with my kids in tow, without a phone, I had to stop at a store and buy a charger. Had I had the Magicstick, this would have saved me a lot of time and headache.

twbellamy said...

My cellphone died and my wife was desperately trying to get in touch with me when a family member was hospitalized.

GiveawayGauntlet said...

This wouldn't only have come in handy in the past but at all times when we are camping, we are always running out of power.

Kevin Linkie

Heidi V said...

This would have been handy when we had a recent power outage and I didn't charger my battery before hand so I couldn't check on why the power was out.

Grinning Fool said...

When I was out of town and my wife needed to get a hold of me but she could not as my phone had died and I was not near a plugin to charge it up.

Courtney said...

It would have helped me when I was stranded after released from the hospital and my phone was dead.

Just Another Teenager said...

I got lost in Paris and my host parents couldn't contact me because my phone's battery had died. So I had to stay at a hotel

Trish said...

Im disabled and there have been times when I got stuck at my doctors appts longer than usual and I miss my Access A Ride because I have no way to call them

Daniel said...

One day, I was camping, having a few beers with my friends, generally having a good time. We were listening to music from my friend's iPod. Suddenly, the battery died. Along with it died to happy spirit of our company. With no music, all we could listen to were the sounds of nature and all that boring stuff. If only we had the extended batter! Instead of being one of the worst nights of my life, that night could have been the best. Alas, some things aren't meant to be.

Brandon Keily said...

It was a weird day, November 15, 2013, when I broke with my girlfriend. The day was actually so bad, that I would not be surprised that this Friday date would change by itself to Friday the 13-th.

I felt like a shit, devastated and humiliated by a screaming bitch. I could barely recognize my former sweetheart and her retarded older brother, who launched me into the free flight over the grass lawn.

I was not totally drank, but I was not absolutely sober as well. I managed to get to my beautifully rusted car and started towards the nearest bar for more booze. As said, that was not my lucky day. I stopped near the grocery store to buy a pack of cigarettes, but the store was closed at this late hour. And my car refused to start, in spite of my numerous efforts. It appeared that my phone battery was totally dead. Bad network coverage in the area drained my phone battery faster than expected, I guess.

And here I am, on a dark street corner, with dead love, car, and mobile phone. If I would just have your magic device at the time, I would instantly call my friends, AAA, or even my roommate to give me a hand, boosting my car battery. But that was not the case, and the next car, which stopped to help me, was the police cruiser. They did not like my emotional state and gladly carried to the professional facility, where I had spent the rest of the night. The only good thing was that the break with my girlfriend did not seem so terrible anymore, taking in account all other unfortunate events…

Marilyn said...

We had a storm here about a month ago that knocked out the power in my house. Wish I would have had this to charge my phone and to use as a flashlight.

MomMaven said...

My phone often dies when we are spending the day at Disney World. That means I can't take pics or share them on social media,

MomMaven said...

My battery dies at Disney World :-( When that happens I miss important pictures.

truckerofbc said...

Ive forgotten a phone charger many times and having this would be great as a trucker!

natasha severson said...

it would have helpmed me out when i was traveling by bus from alberta to ontario and my phone was dying! i needed it to call my bf to let him know i arrived at the bus depot and i didnt memorize his humber so i was pretty nervious that my phone would have died by the time i got there!

rebeccalmarno said...

im constantly on my phone, and by the time i actually need it to take a photo or make a phone call ive drained it. this would be perfect for me

rebeccalmarno said...

im constantlyusing the browser on my phone, or facebook, that by the time i need to make a call, my battery is too low lol

Ameirah Taha said...

i have never used but some long trips up ahead & this looks so useful & fantastic,, ty

Eyshon Salahuddin said...

As a mom of a daughter that is in highshcool it is extremely important to have a working cellphone. But mine died at the exact time that I was suppose to pick her up from a basketball game. The extended battery would have been just what I needed.

Eyshon Salahuddin said...

A dead battery causes all kinds of confusion especially when picking up my daughter from a game. I lost contact with her and had no way of contacting her. I felt helpless for fifteen minutes

Eyshon Salahuddin said...

Driving knowing that my battery is about to die I had to borrow another driver's telephone to tell my daughter that i was running late

jontcons@inbox.com said...

Just this past summer, travelling for work and I forgot my charger. Went dead and was out of contact for two days before I was able to borrow someone else's charger!

Wanda Bergman said...

Forgot my charger when out in the country showing pictures to my family. Poof! Pictures and everything turned off and I couldn't finish my presentation. Embarrassing!

GARRY S said...

HAD AND STILL HAVE CAR PROBLEMS

Jacquelynn Rose said...

My phone always dies when I'm driving to and from university. It takes about 5 hours both ways this charger would be so helpful.

bruce said...

I had lots more photos to take and enough memory, but the battery dies so I have only memories

Donna_B40 said...

My brother-in-law had a heart attack and we were on our way to the hospital when my sister called. It was literally life-and-death and my phone ran out of batteries before I knew the outcome. It was the longest drive of my life and fortunately it had a happy ending.

Donna_B40 said...

I received a call from my sister that my brother-in-law had had a massive heart attack and the next few hours would be life or death. We immediately started driving to the hospital with my phone rang. Before I could hear the outcome, my phone died. It was the longest drive of my life. Fortunately it had a happy ending.

Tracey W said...

This would have been useful last summer when I was camping and needed a charged phone when I got lost on a hike. Fortunately I eventually found my way back to camp.

Tracey W said...

Last summer I got lost on a hike. I eventually found my way back to our camp site but it would have been useful if the phone I had on me was charged!

penny said...

not being able to make that important call cause the phone is dead!!!

Alyson said...

When traveling it would have been the most helpful since I am always taking photos with my phone!

Matt Bongiolatti said...

Couldve used this several times.... The battery always seems to die when I need it the most.

Jeremy said...

Anytime I'm on a long flight.

Kitty Iecvan said...

I would've loved to have this when I was on a plane on my way to visiting relatives.

Anonymous said...

I would have loved to have it when I was on my Caribbean cruise. We were docked at Dominica and I opted for a tour of the Island. Of course, my batteries in my camera died midway. Fortunately, I had extras and the driver was kind enough to wait for me while I changed them. However to recharge on the fly would be ideal.

Tamar said...

My battery isn't removable on my phone and it dies a lot. I could use this every day!

Anonymous said...

I work in the field and my work is dependant on my phone to call clients. It dies in the middle of the day. This would have helped
JOSEPH GERSCH

Anonymous said...

we were travelling by car in the US and our son needed to talk to us several times. My phone did die and I felt so badly I wasn't available for him.
slhaydon at hotmail dot com

Natalie Yeoman said...

This would help because I have a iPhone 5c it dies very fast everywhere I go anymore I have to take my charge with me and it sucks I could really use this

Brian Kautz said...

Everytime my girlfriend gets into the car after work and whines about her phone being dead

ferriz said...

mine died in the parking lot waiting on AAA. that sucked.

danielle marie xdanimarie(at)yahoo(dot)com

Nathan Balli said...

I'm a high school student, and I take a few classes at a local college. I usually have a decent amount of time between classes to hang outside and use my iPod or other device to study Spanish or to do various research. Every now and then my battery will die and I will be forced to go back inside to plug my device in. Having an extended battery would prevent this small yet annoying inconvenience.

Lisa V. said...

I could have used it while backpacking in the woods and my phone went dead.

Anonymous said...

Well it's easy to have a story. We have a diesel car and, as we live to Quebec, the winter is cold. Last year, january 2nd, we quit my mom home and the diesel in the car was, well quite frozen. The car stop some 20 minutes later. Nothing to do except flashing and hope no car hits us. My husband and I have cellulars but, we were not alone with the same problem and, our batteries of our phones was dangerously low after some attempts to call CAA (like AAA in USA). So, that kind of charger could be very useful....

Sky Sparkle said...

This would've helped when I was lost and my phone was dead.

Lauren Eggers said...

My husband was on a day business trip to NY and his phone died and he didnt have a way to charge it. He was very very late coming back and I was so worried. This wouldve helped.

Hari Khalsa said...

Having an extended battery life while camping would be amazing! Especially for those long hikes!

Wendy said...

My story would be more for my daughter's issues of losing her phone charger. Since she lives away at college, I can't get a hold of her if her phone is dead. It makes me worry!

Erica C. said...

It would have been great when I was stuck at work on overtime without a charger!
ericacarnes(at)gmail(dot)com

Breanne said...

We spent forever at baggage claim (turned out they lost our luggage) and I couldn't tell my friend picking us up because both our phones were dead

price21100 said...

Being in the middle of nowhere with a flat and no car charger with my phone dead...

RICHARD HICKS said...

COULD HAVE used it when we were on vacation this past summer and we needed a charge

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Erica Chao said...

I was once stranded with both of my kids and no battery in my cell phone. It was not a safe situation.

tina reynolds said...

It would have helped on vacation when I got seperated from my husband in another country and didn't speak the language

Michael Pekker said...

I would like to thank everyone who took part in the giveaway. Using this opportunity, I wish you all Happy and Successful New Year!

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