The 8 Best Charging Wristlets

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This wiki has been updated 7 times since it was first published in October of 2017. Smartphones may be one of the best technological advancements in recent years, but it seems that battery technology just can't keep pace with all the power-hungry apps. With a charging wristlet, you won't have to worry about your phone dying while you're on the go, and these handy clutches also double as fashion accessories, as well as totes for your keys, cards, and other everyday essentials. When users buy our independently chosen editorial recommendations, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best charging wristlet on Amazon.

8. W4W Womans Tech Envelope

7. Mundi Back Up Buddy

6. U+U Wallet

5. Sakroots One World

4. The Sak Sanibel

3. Hummingway Charger

2. Travelon Clutch

1. MightyPurse Genuine

Editor's Notes

August 28, 2019:

Both fashionable and functional, the MightyPurse Genuine comes in over a dozen colors, from neutral to vibrant, and even a few that are covered in tiny gold studs, so there's an option to match just about anyone's personal style. The included battery has a small footprint, but a large capacity, and can provide up to two full charges. Another stylish choice, the Hummingway Charger is roomy enough for all your everyday essentials. Its 5,000 mAh power bank charges quickly and comes with a 3-in-1 cable with Lightning, micro-USB, and USB-C adapters. The Sakroots One World is available in a range of vibrantly colored patterns and has three credit card slots built into the interior lining. It comes with a charging cable for the battery pack, but does not include a cable for your phone.

It may not be the fanciest option, but the Travelon Clutch makes it easy to organize your cash, cards, IDs, and travel documents and offers RFID protection in all the pockets and card slots. It has a separate compartment on the back for your phone and power bank and is one of the only models available that comes with a 30-pin connector for older iPhones. At less than $15, it's quite affordable, too.


Gabrielle Taylor
Last updated on August 29, 2019 by Gabrielle Taylor

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