One the things that I always love about being a tech reviewer is that I can often get a hold of some great products before they get to everyone’s household. Such is the case for Nimble, a company that I just recently heard of that produces all kinds of chargers, cases, and other accessories made from recycled aluminum, plant-based bioplastics, and plastic-free packaging.
I believe that “efficient” would be the best descriptor for this company as their products are made from packaging that is the most earth-safe, and still provide the consumer with all the power they need, like with their chargers:
Nimble 13k 5-Day Portable Charger
To start off our charger review, I will go with the one with the lowest capacity with the Nimble 5-day Charger, otherwise known as the 13k Portable Charger.
This guy has the capacity of 13000 mAh, and so it can charge a device for about 5 days. Not only that, it can charge up to 4 devices at the same time with a USB-C (also used for input to charge) and 3 USB A ports.
The device also comes with a cable (a USB-A to USB-C) that has a velcro tie-around that can magnetize with the bottom of the charger itself.
It’s a pretty good deal for what you get, and it costs about $89.95 on the Nimble site.
Nimble 20k 8-Day Portable Charger
Let’s talk about the Nimble Charger with the higher capacity with the Nimble 8-day Charger, otherwise known as the 20k Portable Charger.
This guy has the capacity of 20,000 mAh, and so it can charge a device for about 8 days. While it can’t do four devices, it can charge up to 3 devices at the same time with a USB-C (also used for input to charge) and 2 USB A ports.
Like its 5-day model, the Nimble Charger also comes with a cable (a USB-A to USB-C) that has a velcro tie-around that can magnetize with the bottom of the charger itself.
You might find this a better deal for the additional power, and it costs about $99.95 on the Nimble site.
Nimble 26k 10-Day Portable Charger
We’ll conclude the discussion of Nimble Chargers with the highest capacity with the Nimble 10-day Charger, otherwise known as the 26k Portable Charger.
This guy actually has the capacity of 26,800 mAh, and so it can charge a device for about 10 days. Like the 5-day, it can do four devices, with the USB-C (also used for input to charge) and 3 USB A ports.
Unlike its 5-day and 8-day models, the Nimble Charger also comes with a plug-in for the wall. This cable (a USB-A to USB-C) also has a velcro tie-around that can magnetize with the bottom of the charger itself.
You might find this the ultimate deal for the additional power, and it costs about $129.95 on the Nimble site.
Nimble Bottle Case 2 for the iPhone 11
Now it is time to change gears and talk about the Bottle Case 2, specifically for the iPhone 11. This particular case is made of 100 percent recycled plastic bottles, and I am told that one bottle case is made from a 6-pack of water bottles.
In addition to being very environmentally friendly, the Bottle Case 2 has a practical feature of a nice pocket for an ID and card. It has an interesting feel like tight spandex on the outside to hold the iPhone 11 in place.
This case costs about $44.95, and comes in many colors as well as different models of the iPhone. I’m not seeing any other models for Samsung or Google Pixel, but given the first best step forward of the company, it is a good sign.
I might as well take some time to talk about some of Nimble’s other products made for charging.
The Fast USB-C Car Charger is cable of some very fast charging speeds with USB-C, and costs $19.95.
The Fast USB-C Wall Charger boasts a speed of up to 3X a regular charger, and it also costs $19.95.
The USB-C to Lightning Fast Cable also costs $19.95, and can also increase charging to your iPhone by 3 times.
Keep an eye out for this company, because I believe they are saving the planet one device at a time.