Gogotoro:

 

“Spend your time Gaming. Not Charging.”

 

I can’t lie; I am not that big of “gamer.” Now that is not to say I do not share several similarities with the Mario Karter’s or Pokemon Go folks of the world. Just like the avid, on-the-go gamer, I find myself constantly facedown in my phone. Whether it be work emails, social media stalking my favorite celebrities (both human and dog) or simply online shopping, I too have found myself in desperate need of longer on-the-go battery life. In comes the GGTR Chargemander phone charger case.  

The Universal Chargemander phone charger case fits most phones – it can be adjusted to securely fit all of the phones listed below and more. Just use the conveniently included adjustable set screws. That means when you get a new phone you can still use your Chargemander – that’s another feature I found super helpful for everyday use – as more of my cell phones have taken “swims” than I care to admit.

The Universal also comes with a larger 6,000 mAh battery and a USB output so that your Chargemander can double as a power bank extra battery for any device – for me this was the ultimate convenience.

Universal Chargemander phone charger Models:

Samsung Galaxys: S5, S5 Active, S6 Active, S6 Edge Plus, S7 Active, S8, S8 Plus, Note 5, Note 8, Google Pixel, Google Pixel XL, LG G5, LG V10, LG V20, HTC 10, One Plus 1, One Plus 2, One Plus 3, Huawei Nexus 6P, Huawei Nexus 5X, Universal-fit USB-C, Universal-fit Micro-USB

The Chargemander phone charger case comes with a 5,200mAh battery capacity, making the case a little on the bulky side for smaller hands such as mine, and to be truthful for its size I kind of expected a higher capacity. Then again, I wasn’t using it currently for gaming but more putting it through the social media paces, work life craziness, and routine Netflix binges – but I knew to really use the case to its full capabilities I would need to enlist the help of my “gamer” boyfriend!

To start, I asked Kyle to download two or three games he felt would hold his interest for multiple levels or hours; I really wanted to see what the Chargemander phone charger case was capable of.

To start, he chose the iconic Mr. Pacman (a personal favorite from back in the day) and the every popular Pokemon Go (to see what all the fuss was about).  After a week with the case, and countless trips around town to catch Pokemon – which for my three bulldogs and I turned into quite the hilarious adventures – here is what Kyle had to say about the case…

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“From the smiles I saw on Kyle’s face being reminded of his youth while chasing invisible monster around town, this was well worth it.”

Alex Fritsch

Kyle’s Gamer Review:

The Chargemander says it’s only supposed to take about 15 minutes to charge the case with the included wall charger, but for me it took more like 30-40 minutes. The Chargemander doesn’t overheat your phone, a key feature I found after chasing imaginary Pokemon around and challenging Alex to endless games of the classic Mr. Pacman.

The main feature I found I did not like about the case was its overall design and how large it is. You’re definitely going to get some looks using this avidly in public; some of those coming from clearly envious gamers and others wondering if you have an old school Game Boy in your grasp.

Overall I think if I was an avid mobile-gamer this case would be cool because you can charge your phone while charging the case or vice versa. Allowing for endless hours of gaming or charging other devices which is really convenient.

Alex’s Review:

Going through my daily social media paces was a breeze with the battery longevity of the Chargemander phone case. However, I found pushing the volume buttons to be a little difficult – weather it was my stubby fingers or design flaw, I was struggling at times.

To start charging your phone through the case, you have to hold the blue power button down for a few seconds. As cool as it looks, this button is huge and sits on the front of the case — if it leans against anything in your bag while on-the-go or takes a tumble into the abyss of our cars hidden spaces, it could turn off and stop charging your phone. 

Final Say:

From the smiles I saw on Kyle’s face being reminded of his youth while chasing invisible monster around town, this was well worth it.