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The constant search for a phone charger and a powerpoint is one of life's great (first world) problems.

So imagine our delight when we discovered a product that not only rejuices your phone, but makes you look like a magician/snake charmer at the same time.

This amazing invention is the work of John Stessel and it's already smashed its kickstarter target - racking up $26,210 of pledges following an initial goal of $8000.

We have no idea how it works, so we might have to buy one just to find out. You can get yours by heading to the kickstarter page right now - they're $24 (£14.30) each.

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