The Everpurse wirelessly charges your Apple iPhone while you're out and about
each one comes with the wireless charging pad. The 2500mAh cell in the purse can take your Apple iPhone from 0% to 100% battery life twice before it needs to be recharged itself. And men don't need to feel left out. They can order the black model and stick it in a gym bag.
The company behind the Everpurse has already exceeded the $100,000 funding goal they had. So far, 719 backers have pledged $101,921 with 27 days to the deadline. If you're interested in the Everpurse and want to purchase one, you can make a pledge by visiting the sourcelink. Some of the lower priced pledge options are sold out, but there are still many that are available. All who make a pledge and fund it will receive the Everpurse and a charging mat.
If happiness to you is seeing a full battery icon on your Apple iPhone, you might want to make a pledge for the purse and the charging pad. Yes, the company is working on a version of Everpurse for Android models.
source: Everpurse via Mashable
1. XPERIA-KNIGHT posted on 16 Sep 2012, 14:41 4 2
well at least this reinforces the thought of the iphone being for a "specific" audience........ :(
6. rusticguy posted on 16 Sep 2012, 15:44 0 1
Who would love to carry this additional baggage with no complains :)
2. mas11 posted on 16 Sep 2012, 14:43 2 2
Or you could just get a RAZR MAXX or the RAZR HD MAXX when it comes out. You get more for less.
10. mas11 posted on 16 Sep 2012, 21:13 0 0
Ah I see the red thumbs of iPhone users in a state of denial. I'm willing to bet the iPhone 5 will have battery issues due to the 4G Lte radio and larger screen. Apple has never had to deal with battery life management on a larger screen and an Lte network. (iPad doesn't count)
4. Non_Sequitur posted on 16 Sep 2012, 15:28 3 0
I hope they're working on a model for that "completely different port" in the iPhone 5. Otherwise, a lot of people will be spending $30 extra.
5. rusticguy posted on 16 Sep 2012, 15:40 1 0
Or you could buy 4000mAH portable usb charger from Sony --
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8. Cinnamon posted on 16 Sep 2012, 17:06 1 0
If they can make pants with the same technology, it would be better for men.