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  • Lori Knerr

    Bought this product for recharging my iphone battery when I'm not near AC or car. Got it in mind for hiking. It's fantastic, and I love it. This site has the best price for it too! I recommend it for anyone who has a smart phone, it also will recharge your laptop if you're in a bind. Worth every cent!

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    good New Trent iFuel IMP500 5000mAh External Battery Pack and Charger for iPhone 4S 4 3Gs 3G, iPod Touch (1G to 5G), Android (Samsung Galaxy Note S S2, HTC Sensation EVO Thunderbolt, LG Optimus V), Blackberry (Bold curve Torch), Droid(Motorola Razr), Plus Major Tablet PCs with 5V input (Samsung, Blackberry, HTC) etc

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