48 Hour Express Card Phone Charger
Product Code: 195314
Product Colours Available
Minimum Order Quantity
£10.00 per full colour design to 1 side, £40.00 for full colour designs to both sides
48 hour express dispatch from proof approval (up to 250 units printed 1 side),
5 working days from proof approval (standard)
About this Product
Custom branded 48 Hour Express Card Phone Charger printed with your design. These backup batteries have a 2500 mAh battery which will be enough to give most mobile phones enough of a charge to use.
These card power banks have 3 in 1 connector, an integrated micro usb/lightning lead along with a Type-C adapter so that you can charge up your phone, one side of the integrated adaptor cable acts as a lightning connector, just turn it over to work with micro USB phones, or pull out the Type C adaptor and add onto the end for newer Android phones that have a Type-C connection.
This is not suitable for larger capacity Tablet PCs. Please view the guide chart on how much a power bank will charge some example phones. Please note that power banks are not supplied pre-charged as standard.
48 HOUR DISPATCH lead time is based upon a full colour print to one side and up to 250 units. Order and useable artwork received no later than 11am the day prior to requested dispatch date, ie order/artwork by 11am Monday, visual proof approved within 1 hour, dispatched Tuesday and delivered Wednesday.
Prices include a full colour personalisation to one side. Prices exclude VAT, origination and carriage.
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