We are still at that point in time where the batteries on our phones aren’t quite lasting as long as we would like. Sure there have been improvements made over the years, but squeezing our two days worth of use is rare, which is why battery packs are pretty common since carrying around a wall charger isn’t exactly the most convenient/ideal.

However that has changed with the launch of KADO on Kickstarter. KADO is a wall charger that claims to be the world’s thinnest at 5mm thin. From what we can see in the video above, it is slim enough where it can actually be slotted into a purse or wallet, or your pants, or in your bag without it taken up any space at all.

Of course the downside to this is that unlike battery pack that stores charges, using the KADO means you will have to make sure that wherever you’re going as an outlet to plug it into, otherwise there is really no point, but then again with its portability you could bring it with you everywhere you go.

It comes in several variations, such as in micro USB, USB-C, and Lightning. The cables are retractable and removable, so you don’t need to bring a separate cable, and you can also unplug it from the charger and plug it into a computer if you want to make data transfers. If you’re interested then hit up its Kickstarter page and pledge your support.

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