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Travellers can power up with a charging luggage tag

A new range of travel accessories will enable air travellers to power up mobile devices on-the-go. Containing discreet, high capacity, rechargeable batteries the collection of luggage tags, cosmetic pouches, wallets and sleeves charge mobile devices effortlessly and conveniently.
Taking on the shape of a contemporary luggage tag is Sulan which is designed to be hung from the handles of a bag or briefcase, or carried discreetly in a pocket. With a slim, ultra-light 3000mAh battery it will give most Smartphones up to 1.5 full charges.

Fusing form with function is the Gillan Battery Pouch which offers space for cosmetics or mini-travel essentials as well as a 3000mAh battery for up to 1.5 full charges of most Smartphones.

Both the Sulan and Gillan are available in a range of colours and patterns across three different types of leather and start at RRP: £35 and £50 respectively.

For globe-trotters looking to combine power with passport storage the Ojan and Filan provide the perfect solution. Both contain a hidden, lightweight, rechargeable 5200mAh battery which has enough power to give most Smartphones three to four full charges or mini-tablets one full charge. Both are crafted with durable scratch-resistant Saffiano leather and made with shock absorption material to help protect against impacts.

Ojan has an RRP: £90 and measures 230mm wide by 155mm high and 25mm deep and has enough space for travel documents and a mobile device. Filan offers more space, measuring 266mm wide by 185mm high and 27mm deep, giving enough room for a mini-tablet as well as essentials and has RRP: £100.

The entire Jadeco collection is rechargeable via a USB port and is compatible with micro-USB devices e.g. Android phones including Samsung, Nokia HTC and BlackBerry, and with Apple devices using licensed Apple adaptors, sold separately.

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