8-Day Fast Portable Charger

$99.95
Up to 1 pound of e-waste recycled with every purchase
  

Fast, made from plants & charges for up to eight days. Made From Corn! The portable charger's internal structure is made from hard, plant-based plastics from materials like corn and sugarcane. Not only are these from naturally renewable sources, they breakdown over time, unlike traditional materials.

  • - Up to 80% charge in 30 min.
  • - Works with iPhone, Samsung, Google, Android, Switch & more
  • - Charges 4 devices simultaneously
  • - Dimensions: 2.5" x 7" x 1" 
  • - Weight: 16.5 oz / 1.03 lbs /  468 g
  • - Capacity: 20000 mAh (3.6V, 48Wh)
  • - Input: USB-C: PD 3.0 (5V,2.5A / 9V,2.0A)
  • - Output: USB-C: PD 3.0 (5V,3A / 9V,2.0A/ 12V,1.5A) USB-A 1: (5V,2.4A / 9V,2.0A / 12V,1.5A) USB-A 2 & 3: (5V,2.4A Max)
  • - Compatible with: iPhone 6, iPhone 7, iPhone 8, iPhone X, iPhone Xs/Xs Max/XR, iPhone 11/11 Pro/11 Pro Max, Samsung Galaxy Note8/Note 9/Note 10, Samsung Galaxy S7/S8/S9/S10, Google Pixel, Other Android Smartphones, iPad, MacBook, Other Tablets, Fitness Trackers, & USB-Powered Devices
  • - Included: 12 in. BPA & PVC-free USB-A to USB-C cable
  • - Customize with your logo for a minimum of 15 units.
    • $35 setup fee
    • $2 per unit laser engraving
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    - Customize with your logo

    - Laser Engraving fee $2/unit. Please submit a custom product request for a quote.

    - Minimum order of 15 units 

    - Set up Fee: $35

    - For rush inquires, please call (877) 554-1550.

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    Every Nimble product is made under a 100% sustainable business model. Nimble uses 100% plastic-free packaging, and will recycle your old tech for free through their One-for-One Tech Recovery Project, closing the loop on electronic waste. Both a Certified B Corporation®️ & 1% for the Planet member, Nimble considers employees, customers, community and environment in every decision.  

    Your purchase today reduces the amount of electronic waste and plastic ending up in our landfills.