The mobile phone Battery runs 15 years

The cost-effective cell that operates on a single, AA power supply and is designed as a ‘spare’ phone for urgent situations – it can even contact urgent services without a SIM card.

In a world of battery-hungry cellular phones such as iPhones and Androids, the SpareOne Plus stays out – its creators declare it takes 15 years.

Cell phone That runs 15 years without recharge

Cell phone That runs 15 years without recharge

The cost-effective cell that operates on only one, AA battery package and is developed as a ‘spare’ cell phone for urgent situations – it can even contact urgent solutions without a SIM card.

Designed as a back-up cell phone you can bring without concerning if it’s billed or not, the SpareOne is developed to keep in the car for urgent situations, or to package in a suitcase set – especially if you or your family members plan to go off the defeated monitor (or off-piste).

The easy mathematical keyboard is also perfect for mature customers who might only use a cell phone sometimes.

The new edition, SpareOne Plus, has a GPS tracking system which allows the customer to be monitored by
Emergency solutions – and can show its place on a combined iPhone
App.

The SpareOne can be pre-programmed for access to contact amounts of key connections, such as the appropriate urgent solutions in any place.

That single battery power provides a talk-time of up to 10 hours.

The cell phone’s designer, XPAL Power, says: It is basically developed to make the most important phone calls, no matter what”.

It even comes with the AA battery power involved.

 

 

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