Imagine this: you just ran out the door, hopped on the train to work and look down at your phone only to realize you're barely hitting a 20% charge. Oh, and the best part? Your phone charger is right where you left it -- resting on your bed stand. For many, this isn't just a scenario. If you're an avid iPhone user, chances are you've found yourself in the identical predicament (more than once).
Good news is that there's a pretty easy solution to ensure it never happens again. If the logic is you'll never leave the house without your keys, this device will make sure you'll never leave the house without your keys and your charger. That's because they're one in the same.
Native Union, the technology-meets-fashion brand that has dominated the online market, has created their visionary Key Cable. The device is a keychain set with concealed connectors, giving you access to any USB power outlet. It's ultra-compact, so you won't be fighting against any unwanted pocket bulge or taking over massive amounts of space in your wallet or purse. Plus it comes in a range of colors, including the nautical geometric design as seen above and also variations of pinks, greens, blues, and more.
At the end of the day, it's the easiest -- and coolest -- way to ensure your iPhone, Tablet and everything in-between is juiced up when you're on-the-go.
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History of wearable tech
This keychain will make sure your iPhone is never running low on battery
British stage actress Zena Dare (1887 - 1975) models some sort of acoustic headset, 1900s. (Photo by Vintage Images/Getty Images)
UNSPECIFIED - CIRCA 1934: A forerunner model of the famous Walkman is presented on the occasion of the London Radio-Fair, Photograph, August the 16th, 1934 (Photo by Imagno/Getty Images) [Ein Vorl?ufer des Walkman wurde auf der Londoner Radiomesse pr?sentiert, Photographie, 16, August 1934]
The first combined computer-calculator and wristwatch to be produced, known as 'Pulsar', on show at the International Watch and Jewellery Trades Fair at Wembley, London. (Photo by Malcolm Clarke/Getty Images)
UNITED STATES - MARCH 22: Four subway riders listening to their walkmans. (Photo by Dick Lewis/NY Daily News Archive via Getty Images)
Headset radio: Publicity portrait of American broadcast journalist Mike Wallace, who wears a wireless headset and holds a pad and pen ready, May 7, 1964. Wallace is demonstrating new wireless equipment he will use for the upcoming 1964 Republican National Convention. (Photo by CBS Photo Archive/Getty Images)
Models display a wireless mini-computers and other high tech gadgets Wednesday June 14, 2000 during the "Brave New Unwired World" fashion show at Bravo! located in downtown Minneapolis. US Bancorp Piper Jaffray teamed up with Charmed Technology to give investors a sneak peak at the futuristic wearable and wireless gadgets that will allow people to accesss the World Wide Web anywhere anytime. (AP Photo/Dawn Villella)
SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE -- Episode 11 -- Aired 01/20/2007 -- Pictured: (l-r) Kristen Wiig as A-hole girl, Jason Sudeikis as A-hole guy during 'Two A-Holes at an Adoption Agency' skit on January 20, 2007 (Photo by Dana Edelson/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)
SAN JOSE, CA - OCTOBER 26: Steve Jobs (2nd-R) of Apple Computer poses with Interscope Geffen A&M Records Chairman Jimmy Iovine (L) Bono (2nd-L) and The Edge (R) of U2 at a celebration of the release of a new Apple iPod family of products at the California Theatre on October 26, 2004 in San Jose, California. (Photo by Tim Mosenfelder/Getty Images)
TODAY -- Pictured: (l-r) Savannah Guthrie and Matt Lauer appear on NBC News' 'Today' show. Savannah tries out Google Glass -- (Photo by: Peter Kramer/NBC/NBC NewsWire via Getty Images)
PALO ALTO, CA - APRIL 10: An Apple Store employee wears an Apple Watch at an Apple Store on April 10, 2015 in Palo Alto, California. The pre-orders of the highly-anticipated wearable from the tech giant begin today as the watches arrive at stores for customers to preview. (Photo by Stephen Lam/Getty Images)