Good: The Nomad Battery Cable has a battery pack built into it. When traveling you no longer have carry both a charging cable and external battery pack now you can just carry the Nomad Battery Cable.
Good: The cable is 1.5 meters long or five feet in length making it a full half meter or foot and half longer than the standard iPhone charging cable which is only 3 feet long.
Good: The cable is made out of rugged ballistic nylon that really helps prevent tangles. It is also very strong to help prevent it from breaking and coming apart like standard plastic wrapped cables.
Good: The Nomad Battery Cable allows for pass-through charging so you can charge the battery pack of this cable and your phone at the same time. The cable also allows for syncing and fast charging so you can get your iPhone back up and running as quickly as possible.
Bad: The one bad thing that I took issue with this battery cable is that it only has a 2350 mAh battery so while you can charge the iPhone 7 Plus completely it does not have enough power to bring the iPhone 7 Plus from 0 to 100%. The iPhone 7 Plus has a 2900 mAh battery.
The Nomad Ultra Rugged Battery Cable is one of those devices I wish they would’ve had years ago. This is a great device for travelers for photographers for anybody who wants to lighten their load and not have to carry multiple cables and batteries to keep their iOS devices powered up. This cable is really a great idea.
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Good: This wallet is made from high quality durable leather. This leather is designed to be used and worn. The heavier the usage the better the wallet looks and feels.
Good: The wallet has four card slots, two on each side and then a middle pocket for business cards or cash.
Good: This has an integrated battery with a lightening connection so not only do you always have a battery with you for your iPhone but you also always have a charging cable.
Good: The wallet has RIFD blocking technology included. It has hidden copper foil in it that keeps your cards safe from electronic theft.
Bad: This is issue a real problem for me and that is the center pocket is not deep enough to carry cash the way I like to carry it. If you fold your cash in half like I do then your money is going to stick out of the top of the wallet so you have to double fold it in order for it to fit all the way in the center pocket. In reality this is not a huge deal but as I am in search of my perfect wallet I am very particular about certain things.
Bad: The battery has a 2300 mAh battery that will charge the iPhone 7 completely once but it doesn’t have enough juice to get the iPhone 7 Plus, which I carry, from empty to 100%. This is not such a big deal since when you are out, and about and need a charge, getting to 70-80% is usually more then enough to get you through the rest of the day and back to your wall charger.
All in all this is a really sweet wallet. It feels like it will last forever and you don’t have to worry about beating it up because it will look even better the more you use it. One thing I would like to see in a future version of this wallet is the battery pack changed from the typical round battery pack to a slim flat battery that is sewn into one of the sides of the wallet.
The Nomad Slim Leather Wallet with Integrated Battery has its shortcomings as most products do but this wallet is so stylish and useful I still highly recommend it.
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Good: No batteries needed. You can take the Camalapse anywhere and use it anytime without having to worry about having enough power because it doesn’t use any.
Good: The mount opens up wide to accommodate phones of different levels of thickness and this means you can use the Camalapse with whatever case you currently have.
Good: The device has time intervals clearly marked so you can choose times in 15 minute increments through a complete hour. You can also choose times in between those times but it’s a guess at the exact time because only 15 minute intervals are marked.
Good: The 15 minute increment markings also measure degrees 15 minutes equals 90 degrees 30=180 degrees and so on to the hour and 360 degree mark.
Bad: There is no tripod mount on the bottom like the original Camalapse. So if you want to mount the camalapse mobile you can’t at least not on a tripod.
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Good: The Card Reader is made out of thick fabric that feels like it’s very durable.
Good: The Card Reader also doubles as a charging cable so you don’t have to carry two cables.
Good: The Card Reader is very easy to use you just put the memory card in the reader and plug in the reader to the phone and start up the iUSB Pro app and start transferring.
Bad: You have to use an app. Unlike the Apple Card Reader that you can just plug in and it works with the Valkit Card Reader you have to use a third party app.
Bad: The Card Reader is not hot swappable so you have unplug the Card Reader to change memory cards and then reconnect.
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