Across the globe,?Pokemon Go players face a constant, often irritating problem. This game makes the battery charge of the Android and iOS handsets drain significantly. And it is definitely not a good news especially when you are about to catch a?rare Pokemon that has been evading you for a long time, and the battery fails you right there.
To solve this issue, we have battery packs, battery cases and replaceable battery units available in the market. However, here is a new hand-made Pokemon GO battery pack with the signature Pokeball-themed design.
It?s a colorful made-to-order power bank that goes by the name ?Pokeball? and as you can see, it is in the shape of a ball with white, black and red colors covering the surface.
The Pokeball power bank can now be purchased from?Etsy for $40 in the U.S. The listing says anyone from anywhere in the world can order this device, and Pokeball will be shipped to them eventually. However, as mentioned earlier, it?s a made-to-order device. Hence the device might take some time to reach your doorsteps. The approximate timing given by the seller is between 2 to 4 weeks.
The Pokeball external battery charger comes with a ?universal microUSB port.? This means irrespective of the smartphone?s make, type or brand, the power bank should be able charge the device. However, the ones planning to order from outside the U.S. can contact the seller. The ?Ask A Question? button in Etsy can be clicked to get in touch with the seller.
The Pokeball seller says ?The battery pack is 5300mAh and 2.1 amps, which can fully charge and revive your phone 2-3 times.?
To top it all off, the device bundle will also have a clasp, which can be used to attach this interesting gadget to your belt loop or backpack. Although clasping it to a belt sounds crazy, it does look very good when attached to a backpack as shown in the image below.
Readers should however note that the seller has no connection to Pokemon GO, Nintendo or Niantic.
In any case, power banks are nothing but a temporary solution to the permanent battery problems. But then, the latest news is that OEMs are being forced to?make their smartphones fat so as to accommodate a bigger battery to cater to the new era of Pokemon GO fans.