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XOO Belt Functions As Emergency Charger to Re-charge Your Gadgets

XOO Belt acts not only as fashion accessories but also a charger to re-charge your gadgets anytime, anywhere, conveniently. This fashion item has been redesigned to meet our modern lifestyles, it prolongs your smartphone battery life.


The belt looks and feels just like any conventional belt, however, there’s a hidden 2,100mAh battery that pretty much charges any device. The lithium ceramic polymer battery is safe, weather-resistant, and very durable for everyday use. The buckle features 2 charging points for charging in and out, the ratchet mechanism is chosen to better secure your belt.


Designer : Nifty


XOO Belt Functions As Emergency Charger to Re-charge Your Phone by Nifty


XOO Belt Functions As Emergency Charger to Re-charge Your Phone by Nifty



XOO Belt Functions As Emergency Charger to Re-charge Your Phone by Nifty


XOO Belt Functions As Emergency Charger to Re-charge Your Phone by Nifty


XOO Belt Functions As Emergency Charger to Re-charge Your Phone by Nifty


XOO Belt Functions As Emergency Charger to Re-charge Your Gadgets is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design


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