Charger + Wireless Charger + Journal Padfolio

  • Item #: 129502
  • Item Size: 6-3/4" W × 8-7/8" H
  • Imprint Area: 1-1/2" W × 1-1/4" H

We like this padfolio + charger + wireless charger so much, we
branded with the PROMOrx logo for client gifts. So read on knowing we're
highly prejudiced about this corporate gift. 

  • Polyester cover that is reminiscent of men's wool suits
    (not a plastic-y feel like other options)
  • Magnetic closure (would have preferred zipper, but....
  • Whatever type of phone you have, you're covered for charging.
    (Unless you have a flip phone!) 
    5000 mAh battery for charging phones not equipped to charge wirelessly.
    You will need your phone's charging cable.
  • Organization spots abound
  • Pen loop, but pen not included. We suggest this custom engraved pen.
  • REPLACEABLE notebook (ivory lined sheets). Eco friendly bonus points.
  • Cord included to charge battery (USB to Micro USB)
  • 5W wireless charging works with clear plastic case on an iPhone 11
    (the newest Apple phone).
    For optimal charging per manufacturer, ditch the case. (Who's got time for that?!)
  • Packaging: 1 piece black gift box
  • Your logo will be in lower right hand corner, 1 color included.
    Additional imprint colors available, for, yep, additional charge. 

Why THIS charging portfolio: unlike wireless chargers that have to
be plugged into a power source, the battery gives you true portability.
A wireless charger doesn't require cables to charge your
phone IF it's wireless enabled. Basically that's newer phones,
Apple or Android. 

When you give a tech gift like this custom portfolio, you probably don't
know what phone everyone has. (ok, unless you provided the phones!)
This corporate gift handily tackles that problem.

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