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There’s something satisfying about finding a tech gadget that performs more than one function in one small and sleek package. This may be the perfect way to describe this device from Rush Charge.
While the compact gadget looks like a standard portable wireless phone charger, it actually folds into a phone stand. This simple function makes it perfect for hands-free use.
Shop: The Hinge By Rush Charge, $39.99 (Orig. $49.99)
Cleverly named The Hinge, this device adds both a simplistic and innovative edge to an otherwise basic device that we all own and use.
Thanks to its lightning, USB-C and Micro-USB output ports, so many devices and phone models can benefit from this piece of tech. You can choose one of these three connection types while making your purchase.
To use The Hinge, simply place your phone on the dock for charging. To take advantage of the standing feature, simply push the back panel all the way back until it’s lying flat. Your phone will then sit upright for easy hands-free use.
Plus, it’s available in five colors: black, blue, gold, silver and purple.
Highlighting its standing feature, another shopper added that this device “allows me to place [my phone] on my desk and see incoming text messages without the hassle.”
Shoppers also pointed out that the wireless device allows them to get a full phone charge in under 45 minutes. One shopper noted, however, that she wishes she didn’t have to remove her phone case to charge each time — a point that shoppers with larger phones also mentioned.
This same shopper, however, maintained that The Hinge has become her go-to charging device and remains “in [her] car at all times.”
You can find more Rush Charge products on Amazon.
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