With one quick tap, your phone instantly receives a full charge.
"Charge Card" allows you to step into the future and create the illusion of charging your smartphone from a low battery all the way up to a full charge in seconds. It's so convincing, it had some of the top tech people in the world completely baffled after it went massively viral, earning more than 12 million views on TikTok and YouTube. Many articles were written debating the technology is real.
And now, you can carry this viral sensation in your pocket everywhere you go.
After showing how the battery on your smart phone is low, you remove your "Charge Card". It looks like a credit card with a circuit board on it. This is placed across the phone. A green charge line then appears and then starts to drain as the "charge" is "transferred" to your phone.
**"Charge Card" works on both iOS and Android. **
- No special apps or extra gimmicks required
- Nothing to recharge or replace
- Super easy to use
Once you complete the simple 5-minute set up, you'll be ready to perform "Charge Card" anytime, anywhere. Just carry it in your wallet and you'll be able to convince your friends that you've gained access to some seriously amazing futuristic technology.
"It's like having your own personal Carbonaro Effect in your pocket. I love it!" Michael Carbonaro, The Carbonaro Effect
"It's an interesting moment of almost-possible seeming technology that people find fascinating. I will sometimes ask a stranger to rub the card on her sweater. Then I'll use the charge she captured to charge my phone." Andy from The Jerx
"My favorite things are good food, great magic and amazing technology. Charge Card combines two of them in the best possible way. I was so fooled the first time I saw it, I said I had to buy some immediately for myself and my tech-crazy friends. While I never expose magic secrets, I have shown it to so many people who were convinced it was real, I had to explain it was all an illusion because they would not stop hounding me to find out where they could buy their own." Cyril Takayama