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Charge In Style with the Clutch V2 Lightning

Have you been searching for a new portable charger that is nice and thin for convenience?

Maybe you already have a bag nearly filled to capacity and you need a slim charger for your devices? There is no need to search any further or longer, as we have found the Clutch V2 Lightning portable charger which will be perfect for you.

Made right now for iPhone users only – the Clutch V2 Lightning is a slim and portable charger for your phone or iPad. The Clutch V2 Lightning is as slim as two stacked quarters, and slightly larger than your regular credit or debit card. The cable slides into the corner of the Clutch V2 reducing the risk of pulling and breaking cords in your bag.

There are many other features to the Clutch V2 that make it the ideal portable charger for so many.

Key Features

If you don’t like carrying your bag everywhere but want to make sure that your phone will always be charged, the size of the Clutch V2 is small enough so it can fit in your back pocket and be brought everywhere.

There is a color for everyone. Coming in white, black and also a soft baby pink, so you can even customize it to match your phone.

If you know someone else who would benefit from the Clutch V2 Lightning, the company has a discount if you buy more than one, that way the whole family can stay charged at all times.

Our Final Opinion on this Gadget

There has never been a better portable charger to hit the market than the Clutch V2 Lightning. If you use your iPhone all day everyday and find yourself running out of charge fast, invest in the Clutch V2 Lightning to keep your phone full of juice to keep you going.

Hayley Ianna

When not spending her time reading comics and working on her new cosplay, Hayley Ianna enjoys trying out the latest gadgets to make any part of her life better, which also gives her a reason to review them for all to see. Professional and Creative Writer from Deakin University.