Travel Gear Review on Duracell Portable Charger

The Duracell Portable USB Charger is interesting to me because of the many electronics I carry along which need portable charging from time to time.

Sometimes I use the smaller charger and other times I use the bigger charger, depending on the event. The smaller 3 hours charger charges my Iphone from 0% to 65% in one hour. After that one hour, the charger needs charging on its own.

The bigger 5 hours charger does the trick for a 100% charged Iphone within 1,5 hour. I noticed that when I leave the connecting cable in the charger while not connected to my electronics, it will run out of battery and I will not be able to charge anything the next time. So leave the cable out whenever you are not charging anything.


I currently have the Duracell 5 hour Portable USB Charger and the Duracell 3 hours Portable USB charger.

Details & information

Product: Duracell Portable Charger
Cost: the price varies from €20 to €40 and there are different chargers from 3 up to 5 hours of charging.
Note: if you want to charge your Iphone while traveling it will be better to get a 5 hours charger, so that you can use it to charge completely. The smaller version will do just fine while your at a party of a festival to charge it just a bit.


Duracell 5 hour mobile charger


Duracell 3 hour mobile charger











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Ever since I left my home country I felt at home at any other place I went to. I enjoy getting to know more cultures by talking to strangers and hearing their philosophy about life. Speaking with gestures when you can not find a shared language, finding places only the locals go to and learn about their customs and values. Hanging out with local people makes me happy. The experience of every new place is a step out of your comfort zone where I like to wander around until it feels like a second home.

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