Introduction, Specifications & Availability
If you're like me, then you've probably never heard of iFrogz, but in the world we live in, you can't know about all brands now, can you? You've probably heard of ZAGG, which owns iFrogz, however. iFrogz is based in Utah, and makes various Apple accessories from batteries, to covers and headphones.
The company started off in March 2006, where they started working on iPod cases, quickly shifting into various other markets and then acquired by ZAGG, Inc. in 2011.
The iFrogz GoLite 2.0 battery features an internal 3000mAh battery, which means it can fully charge most smartphones. Even the biggest smartphones start maxing out at around 3000mAh, so you could charge any iPhone up to 100% from 0-5% without a problem, and most other devices on the market such as the Samsung Galaxy S5 or Sony Xperia Z2 without a problem.
We also have a USB port, with up to 2.1A charging, the great LED flashlight inside, which is perfect for seeing something in the dark, or in your car, and more.
The iFrogz GoLite 2.0 Battery can be purchased directly from the iFrogz website for $29.99 and comes in a bunch of colors; black, blue, green, pink, purple, red and white. The iFrogz GoLite 2.0 is also available from Amazon in the various colors, also for $29.99.
PRICING: You can find the iFrogz Golite 2.0 Powerbank, 3000mAh Universal Portable Charger and Flashlight for Smartphones for sale below. The prices listed are valid at the time of writing but can change at any time. Click the link to see the very latest pricing for the best deal.
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