Cygnett ChargeUp keeps your devices powered on the go

Keeping our mobile devices charged up on the go can be a challenge and Cygnett has come up with two products that can make that a whole lot easier.

Cygnett’s ChargeUp 11000 and ChargeUp 4400 are portable batteries that can power smartphones and tablets while we’re on the move.

We’ve all experienced battery anxiety when we have hardly any charge but don’t have the time to plug our device into a power point for an hour or two.

Now with a Cygnett ChargeUp portable battery you can still recharge the device when you’re out and about.

The Cygnett 4400mAh ChargeUp Sport ($39.95) has enough power to recharge your smartphone three times.

Users need to charge the Cygnett device at home until it reaches its full capacity before putting in your bag to be ready whenever you need it.

The product has a USB port on the side so you can attach your charging cable and then the other end into your mobile device.

The Cygnett ChargeUp 4400 also has a handy LED torch on the end to light the way.

Moving up to the Cygnett ChargeUp 11000 ($79.95) offers a larger battery capacity which means it can recharge your device up to seven times.

But the ChargeUp 11000 also has two USB ports and enough power output to charge two devices at once.

One of the ports has 2.1A output and that’s enough power to charge a tablet.

The Cygnett ChargeUp products can be used to power other USB chargeable devices like eReaders, GPS devices, digital cameras and portable gaming devices.

And the good news is they are charged up and ready to work right out of the box.

The Cygnett ChargeUp 4400 and 11000 come in four different colours and are priced at $39.95 and $79.95 respectively and available now from JB Hi-Fi and other major retailers.

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  • Matt Carter

    Be mindful that this device is no “always on” like say a Yellowstone product. After plugging in the device you want to charge, you need to press the on button. The device then switches itself off if it detects no current draw. Sounds pretty good right? The problem is that when charging small devices, like my Replay XD helmet cam, and my JBL reflect bluetooth headphones, the current draw is so small the Cygnett charger perceives there is nothing connected and immediately turns off. As a result I cannot recharge these devices using the Cygnett chargup pack. I filled out the Cygnett contact us form requesting an opinion from Cygnett on this issue and Cygnett just don’t get back to you. When I spoke to the reatailer they had advised that this was not the first time that this problem had been reported to them and offered me a refund or exchange at my discretion. Cygnett customer support non existent.