ChargerLeash Review: The charger for the forgetful
Charger/sync cables have seemingly been around forever. They have always served one of two purposes: to charge and/or sync your device. It would seem that we know everything there is to know about these types of cables. The ChargerLeash brings a new talent the game that just might make you think twice about your next charger cable purchase.
Who is it for
The ChargerLeash does the typical charging and syncing duties well, as well as one other feature that should pique the interest of frequent travelers and others who bring their chargers with them daily. This cable has the ability to sound an alarm when it is disconnected from the device it was charging. The alarm should remind the user not to leave the charger behind. I see the businessperson or frequent traveler as the ideal demographic for the ChargerLeash as i am sure they collectively leave small things behind on trips all the time.
How does it work
Just plug the ChargerLeash into your laptop, computer, or wall (using a charging adapter; not included). When you connect your Android device, you will see the light on the cable turn green meaning your device is connected and charging/syncing. After your device has charged or synced to your liking, just disconnect it as you would normally. This is where the magic happens; after 5 seconds of having no devices connected while still being plugged into the wall or computer, the ChargerLeash will emit an alarming sound that is sure to get the attention of anyone in the vicinity, guaranteeing that you will never leave it behind.
Who should purchase
A wise man once said, “It’s better to have it and not need it than to need it and not have it.” Anyone that has ever lost or left a charger behind before should seriously consider the ChargerLeash Charge/Sync/Alarm Cable. It is designed to take the hassle out of remembering to pack your charger. It is truly one of those things that you don’t think you need until you use it. The ChargerLeash is available on Amazon.com. More information is available here.
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