Everpurse is stylish on the outside, but inside, there’s a dock that can recharge your phone. The purse holds enough “juice” to charge your phone several times, and charges on its own little mat so it can live to charge another day.
No bedside table, no problem. You can still make sure guests have everything they need within reach. Place a chair next to the bed with a stack of books to create an impromptu side table- giving guests a spot to rest their phone or glass of water. For longer stays you can provide an armrest organizer stocked with a phone charger, TV remote and a snack for late night noshing.
Your phone is one of the items you touch the most throughout the day, so it's important to keep it clean. Keep PhoneSoap on your nightstand and let the UV light kill 99.99% of bacteria while it also charges your phone. PhoneSoap's light will automatically turn off after about 10 minutes when disinfection is complete, but it will keep charging your phone all night.
The Swedish furniture giant IKEA's line of wireless charging furniture including floor lamps and nightstands, acknowledges the influence of technology in everyday life. With its spare, white surfaces, the wireless charging line is also stylistically compatible with Apple style, even if iPhone users have to purchase a Vitahult iPhone case with Qi adaptor to charge their phones.
Superlight SpareOne is an emergency mobile phone that never needs charging. It’s powered by a single AA battery and holds a charge for 15 years. A large button allows for one-touch dialing to 911, while a panic siren and SOS torchlight can help rescuers find you.
This kitchen actually comes equipped with not one, but *two* islands! This second farmhouse sink faces the garden and pool, and includes a dishwasher for the busy family. The back of the island also has outlets for charging phones and laptops.
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could whack your iPhone to turn off its alarm in the morning, the way you can with an old-school clock? This clever holder turns your phone into a freestanding alarm clock with a slappable snooze button … plus it’s a charging station.
Take a closer look at the islands, and you might notice that each comes with a couple of outlets. Not only do these allow the owners to plug in blenders or other kitchen essentials, but they can also be used as convenient charging stations for the kids' phones or computers after dinner.
You’re using your phone to jot notes, record dictation and use apps — and when it’s time to actually make a call, your battery is inevitably near-dead. This smartphone battery case gives you a secret source for extra charge, so you’ll have power when you most need it.
You’ve got to hit the water by daybreak. Your roommate goes to sleep at 3 a.m. You’ll both appreciate this alarm clock that wakes you with gentle music and a sunrise-like light. It charges your phone too, but automatically turns it off so there’s no dinging and buzzing in the middle of the night.
The owners of this Atlanta townhome both work from home from time to time and love entertaining. A power station with USB outlets is discreetly hidden in the top of the kitchen island and revealed by pressing on the top of it. With the power station accessible, the island becomes a comfortable spot to work or charge cell phones.
Whether you’re camping, hanging out at the pool or working in your garden, it’s nice to have the sound and security of a radio with you. What’s not nice is having to worry about its battery life. Solar-powered speakers take that concern away, and many, like the Eton Rugged Ruckus (pictured) can even act as a portable battery and allow you to charge small devices like mobile phones.