There's nothing worse than heading for a night out and realising that you haven't charged your phone. It is something we all do from time to time and trying to fit a charger in your bag or even trying find a plug in a busy bar can often be troublesome. I really dislike leaving the house without my phone as you never know what can happen. My phone is my safety net, especially on a night out when I'm surrounded by drunk people that don't have a clue what they are doing. I've always wanted something that would allow me to charge my phone on the go, but look a little bit more stylish than some of the portable chargers that you can buy. When I saw this Mighty Purse more than half price on the Achica* website, I knew I had to buy it.
The Mighty Purse is a small, stylish purse with a hidden phone charger and battery concealed in the centre pocket. All those nights of forgetting to charge you phone can be long gone, all you need is to make sure you grab this purse before you leave and then you can discreetly charge your phone throughout the night. The Mighty Purse is spacious - it can easily fit an iPhone 6 and it also comes with card holders and additional space for you to keep the odd bits of makeup if you're in need of a touch up on the go. The purse is just the right size to fit into a medium clutch bag if you are needing more space.
The Mighty Purse comes with two cables - one which is a USB port and another which comes with two adaptors for different types of iPhones. One of the downsides about this product is that if you have an android phone, you will need to purchase separate adapters and at £80 for the purse alone, it can be quite an expensive investment.
When it came to charging my phone, the Mighty Purse did it's job. It charged my phone relatively easily and I was able to go about my day knowing that I had a full phone and could contact my friends or husband whenever I needed. My only issue was that the adapter seemed quite loose so I had to fiddle around with my phone to ensure it was constantly charging. This may be a fault with my particular Mighty Purse and not with the others, but it did become quite annoying.
Overall if you do have enough money to spend on a Mighty Purse and you're looking for a new purse as well as a charger, I would recommend it. But if you don't quite have £80 to spare on a glorified phone charger, there are plenty of affordable alternatives out there. I do love my Mighty Purse, but probably not £80 worth of love.
Have you tried the Mighty Purse before?