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Forget Waterproof Phones, This Device Charges Your Phone Battery With Water





Here’s a new invention smartphone users will absolutely love.

MyFC, a startup company from Sweden, has introduced a revolutionary device that will charge your phone with water.

Yes, you read that right – with water.

This new technology called JAQ is a fuel cell charger that uses oxygen and saltwater to convert chemical energy into electricity which then charges your battery.

Well, that just sounds awesome, doesn’t it?

According to the official MyFC website:

“The search is over – you’ll never have to plug into a power jack again. Ideal for everyday, on-the-go living, JAQ is completely off-the-grid. It’s always ready power, generated from water and salt contained in a slim power card. When the card is inserted into the charger, hydrogen is produced to fuel up the cell and power you on.

It’s instant, smart, clean portable charging.”

The MyFC JAQ is a sleek power card that charges your cellphone battery using saltwater.

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Source: MyFC Power

To start charging, all you have to do is to plug your phone into JAQ’s port using a standard cable.

Also, this is a cartridge that’s barely the size of a credit card and so it can easily fit into your back pocket. Carrying it around will not be a problem. The metal pouch, on the other hand, produces the power that you need. Each cell can be used for a single charge, delivering a total of 1,800 mAh hours – that’s enough power to charge up your iPhone 6.

Take note, though, that each of these fuel cells can only be used once and larger devices will require more than a single power card.

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Many consider this new technology as the “future of portable charging.”

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Source: MyFC Power

Although MyFC JAQ doesn’t have an official release date yet, I’m imagining this would be a big hit among users. Just picture how convenient it would be to charge your phone even without a power outlet.

Go check out the MyFC website for more updates.

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