All Terrain Portable Charger by My Charge: Review and Giveaway


--> When MyCharge gave me an All Terrain Portable Charger to review, they really pushed the fact that it could be used outdoors. ...


When MyChargegave me an All Terrain Portable Charger to review, they really pushed the fact that it could be used outdoors. They told me it was an �IP68 military grade All Terrain portable charger.� They told me it was water-proof, temperature-proof, dirt-proof, and shock-proof as though I was the kind of father who went camping regularly, or worked on a construction site. And you know what, were I more masculine, I could see how this would be appealing. And if you are married to one of those masculine dudes, I assume it would be an awesome gift. But here�s the deal. I work in an office. I don�t have calloused hands, and I don�t wear leather boots. I don�t camp much, and I�ve never shot a living animal.

What I do have, however, is an 8-year-old son who destroyed my sofa with Silly Putty, a 5-year-old daughter who regularly drops my iPad, and a 1-year-old who poured a cup of water on my wife�s two-month-old MacBook Air! I don�t know what happens in the woods, or on constructions sites, but I know that my kids have the ability to destroy� really� anything.  Within moments of opening the MyCharge box, my toddler stuck the damn thing in her mouth. I left it on the table, and my son got ahold of it, took it in his room, dropping it once along the way, and used it to charge his Kindle.  At one point I found it in my refrigerator (not sure who the culprit was) and I twice I dug it out of my 5-year-olds toy box.

Regardless of what my kids threw at the sucker, I picked it up, wiped it off, and plugged it in, and it worked.

At one point my wife came up to me and said, �Where�s that charger thing?� She was heading to the grocery store, her phone was almost dead, and she needed to see her shopping list. She plugged the MyCharge into her phone while she shopped, and was able to still see her list. Worked like a charm. I used it to charge my tablet while I was viewing slides for work. It was great because I didn�t have to be tethered to an outlet.

My wife says it saved her shopping trip, and I don�t have to worry about keeping it safe like I do with my other electronics because it�s built to be beaten. I can say, honestly, that the MyCharge has become very handy.

The All Terrain retails at mycharge.comfor 39.99 (use promo code DAD for 30% off all orders).  Write MyCharge on my blog Facebookpage by Tuesday June 16th for your chance to win a free All Terrain from MyCharge (US residents only).

This was a sponsored post. I received product and/or compensation in exchange for a review, but the opinions expressed here are my own.

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Clint Edwards was blessed with a charming and spitfire wife, a video game obsessed little boy, a snarky little girl in a Cinderella play dress, and an angry baby girl. When Clint was 9-years-old his father left. With no example of fatherhood, he had to learn how to be a father and husband through trial and error. His work has been featured in Good Morning America, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Huffington Post, Scary Mommy, The Good Men Project, Fast Company, and elsewhere. He lives in Oregon. Follow him on Facebook and Twitter.   


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