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ChargerBring a Portable Phone Charger
One thing I don’t like about my iPhone is that the battery drains a lot quicker than the batteries on my Android and Windows phones. For that reason, I usually carry a portable charger with me when I travel, just to make sure I don’t get stuck in a tight spot or miss out on the chance to take photos of a memorable moment. There’s a variety of portable chargers on the market at all different price points and in all different sizes. —and .

The charger above, meanwhile—a former Travel Product of the Week—is this one.



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4 Comments On "Travel Tip of the Day: Bring a Portable Phone Charger"
  1. Lonn Wolf|

    Several passengers had problems taking charging bricks on plane from Viet Nam to Cambodia in carry on or checked baggage. They were confiscated due to a perceived fire hazard of the batteries.

    1. Hundredbacklinks

      Good to know. Thanks for sharing

  2. Jules|

    Or, if you forget your charger, ask to borrow one from your hotel. Perhaps the hotel’s lost and found could lend you one that someone has left behind.

    1. Hundredbacklinks

      Good advice