Most smart phones’ battery life does not last up to more than a couple of hours and one of the main reasons for this is the frequent use of various applications. Some of the prevailing power banks however have poor quality and have a very short shelf life. Chargein is reinventing the mobile charging industry, to meet high expectations of the smart consumer today with a completely revamped look. With the technology boom for personal devices a portable power bank is a must for any tech savvy consumer.
Chargein is currently dealing with 3 luxury car models. The car design exemplifies style and luxury coupled with 5200 mAh of charging capacity and an inbuilt torch light which is actually the headlight to the car. It has an output current power of 1000 mA with a voltage of 3.7.
“We have created a product that goes beyond the current offering in the market for power banks. We have also kept in mind aesthetics and given a sleek design to appeal to consumers,” said Pratik Hinduja, Founder of Chargein.Chargein caters to the niche market of power banks without compromising on the tech aspects such as usage and capacity of the device.
Chargein is founded by Pratik Hinduja.
Pratik came up with an idea of a power bank which would look unique and stylish and cater to the high end consumer who would go for looks of the product. Pratik came up with this idea when he was in college under the supervision of H.R College Incubation center. The faculty of the college showed a great deal of interest in the project. H.R. College played a vital role in nurturing this idea which was started as a college assignment by a group of students initially. Considering the idea, Chargein got its first round of funding in July 2014.
Chargein has been funded by a private investor Mr. Aditya Pittie, who is the CEO of Pittie Group which owns Sanskar Television Channel, Patanjali PAN India distribution, Victoria Enterprises, Yogurt Bay, and Body Balance Bands, etc. It is under Mr. Pittie’s supervision that this brand has been launched and he perhaps has his expertise to this project. He has been a mentor to this project to take it on a next level.
Output Power: 3.7 V, 1A
Battery Type: Li-lon battery
Power Supply: AC 100 – 240 V, 50 – 60 Hz
Weight: 170 grams
MRP: Rs 1600