The much anticipated Pokémon Go-style augmented reality mobile game, Harry Potter: Wizards Unite finally saw its global roll out last Friday. If you have been playing it, you will realize that this game is no different from Pokémon Go when it comes battery usage. It is a monstrosity. The way it sucks the juice out of your smartphone is no different from getting kissed by a Dementor.

The CELLder Wand Power Bank

Bless is the technology advancement that we now have power bank, but as volunteering wizard on a quest to recover the Foundables, it is only fitting that you get your device juiced up in the most magical way possible… with a CELLder Wand, a wand style power bank. Not going to lie. This is probably the cleverest power bank idea since the Pokéball power bank.

This extendable wand that packs a 5,000 mAh lithium-ion battery into its silicone grip handle that should keep you going as you embark on the quest to stop the Calamity. The wand is normally collapsed but at a press of a button, it automatically extends while triggering the Wand-Lighting Charm, AKA Lumos (made possible by LED from the Muggles world), simultaneously. Like, seriously, you can’t get cooler than this, can you? Well, except for if it can magically charge your device with a spell.

The CELLder Wand Power Bank

In addition, you get a LED power indicator as all good power bank should, USB-A and micro USB-B ports for charging and discharging, and each CELLder Wand comes with a super cool packaging which includes a Faux-Mokeskin carrying pouch for stowing the wand when not in use.

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You find The CELLder Wand Power Bank from Gogotoro (the same folks who brought you the Chargemander, the Pokémon Go inspired battery case) for $39.99.

Images: Gogotoro.

Source: the gadgeteer.

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