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Boy, you have used so many charging treasures, but have you ever used a one-time charging treasure?

by nadlia
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LWhen it comes to disposable products, many people think of disposable tableware and disposable toiletries, and those with big brains think of disposable products such as condoms. If I say that the current charging treasure is still disposable, it is estimated that many people will be surprised.

Most of the mainstream mobile phones in China cannot replace the battery. If you don’t want your mobile phone to become a brick, you have to pay attention to the battery power in many cases. Most people who are heavily dependent on mobile phones are equipped with power banks to carry with them, but not everyone is heavily dependent on mobile phones. For these users who only have light needs, it may take a long time to encounter a time when they need to use power banks. It’s not to the extent that you have to buy it, and even if you buy it a lot, it’s just a simple increase in weight.

That’s why there are disposable charging treasures on the market, which only provide one-time power supplement, so that light mobile phone users can have a relatively light-weight carrying experience.

|  Juice

The inventor of Juice is Syrian designer Hani Douaji, who graduated from art, design and performance in Lancashire, England, and worked in design after graduation. His works have won several international design awards, including the 2015 iF Design Award, the 2015 dieline award, and the Pandas Award.

The design of Juice is relatively simple and refreshing. Its compact shape looks like a condom, which can be stuffed into a pocket or a small carry-on bag without taking up much space. Moreover, an interface is provided, which can be directly plugged into the mobile phone without additional data cables.

Juice is divided into two versions, IOS and Android, which are basically compatible with most mobile phones on the market. However, due to the emphasis on lightweight, the capacity is only 1000 mAh, which can only replenish about 40% of the power of the mobile phone, and can be recycled after use.

The last thing to say is that Juice is still a concept product at present, and there is no real product for sale.

| MoBeeGo

MoBeeGo is a mobile phone energy drink launched by NASDAQ life Chips – a disposable power bank that looks like a can.

MoBeeGo is also compatible with IOS and Android systems, but when charging, you need to plug in the adapter and then connect to the charging port of the mobile phone. A MoBeeGo can provide about 4 hours of mobile phone battery life, and its storage life is as long as 10 years, so it will not hinder normal use even if it is left for a period of time.

| Mini Power

Both Mini Power and Juice are disposable charging treasures, but they have been mass-produced and put on the market, and are currently available at Papa Ma’s.

Mini Power is an emergency charging device designed by Tsung Chih-Hsien of Taiwan University of Science and Technology, which won the 2014 Red Dot Design Award.

The appearance of Mini Power is flat, and the thickness is about the same as that of an iPhone, about the size of two knuckles. According to a paper published on Pnas in 2007, the principle of Mini Power is based on paper battery technology. In order to reflect the concept of environmental protection, the appearance design of recyclable paper is used. A paper battery is a battery made of sheet-like cellulose, which is made by filling the sheet-like cellulose with neatly arranged carbon nanotubes. Compared with ordinary traditional batteries, it can provide a long-term, stable power output, and can quickly release high energy like a supercapacitor.

Mini Power has three capacity versions to choose from, providing 2 hours, 4 hours, and 6 hours of power replenishment respectively.

| At last

The minimalist and lightweight design of Juice and Mini Power is very interesting. Although the outer packaging and batteries are recyclable, they are still disposable products after all, which is somewhat inconsistent with modern environmental protection concepts. But it is undeniable that for those who only use a power bank once a year or so, there is still a market for this thing.

At present, the design of recycling channels for such disposable charging treasures mostly relies on convenience stores, which provide recycling services while selling them. But at present, because such products are not popularized on a large scale, it is not very convenient to sell or recycle them.

In addition, there is also a disposable power bank called ONE TIME USE charge (O+), which is also mass-produced and sold as a Juice-like product. Because it is similar to Juice, I won’t introduce it anymore.

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