Hands on with the Thinium ReCHARGE+

thinium-1I think that the Thinium ReCHARGE+ is very close to another product that I just reviewed this week with the Prong. This particular charger is not made to be a charger and case, but is a decent enough mobile battery. This is the Thinium ReCHARGE+, and it is made for micro USB Android phones.

I’ve been noticing a particular trend in mobile batteries to have these prongs that fold out so you can plug it into the wall, and that certainly makes the Thinium ReCHARGE+ the charger for everybody.

The Thinium ReCHARGE+ is essentially a plastic rectangle that has some great stuff on it. It has this micro USB that can just pop out at the bottom, and then you can plug in the ReCHARGE+ to charge it up. By the way, there are some suction cups included to make certain that your Android phone stays in one place.

To recharge the ReCHARGE+, you just extend the USB connector and plug it into a USB port, because every device has one these days. By the way, the ReCHARGE+ has a USB port for charging other things.

I highly recommend the Thinium ReCHARGE+ if you have an Android phone, and it really comes in handy. It is available on the Thinium site for about $69.99.

My Review of the Thinium Charge

Thinium ChargeAt first I thought the Thinium Charge was one of those mobile batteries thatI have reviewed so often, but it is a charging cord, really. The Charge is an ultra-slim, portable wall charger that is as thick as a few credit cards.

Yes, it will fit in your back pocket, and you can pry out the prongs and push out the micro USB or Lighting connector. You can then plug it in, and put on your smartphone. It will charge quickly with 1 Amp to back it up. Another way of charging is to pry out the USB cable and plug it into your computer’s USB port.

I really have to recommend this. I will have to say that I thought the prongs wouldn’t come out all the way, but this is deliberate. I don’t know if I can be clear, but the prongs don’t come out in a perfect 90 degree angle. This is by design to make certain that the smartphone will stay in the wall as it is charging.

If you want to get in on this, head on over to the Thinium site and lay down $49.99 for it in black, white, and gold. It is also available in two forms: micro-USB and Apple Lightning.