SpareOne Review

SpareOne is the worlds first emergency phone powered by a single AA battery. This phone is capable of keeping a charge for up to 15 years on one AA battery included. This is truly a wonderful idea. After looking over this phone and reading the paper work. One thing that sticks out the most is there in no sim card needed to use the red emergency call button. The phone is also equipped with a full keypad, Power On/Off, sim card slot, Lock/unlock keypad, make a call, end a call, answer calls, reject calls, accept and end second calls, redial, earpiece volume control, 9 resettable speed dial buttons and your able to clear memory. Along with call me back SMS and auto reply SMS. There is no on screen display but instead you can see the battery. Plus it even has a built in touch light and antenna!


This SpareOne is one of those products everyone should have in their home in case of an emergency where your own cell phone is not an option. It’s extremely light weight at only 75 grams and will operate in temperatures 30 to 60c. You can even makes calls through the bag if needed. And The torch light provides up to 24 hours of continued light. No power source needed to keep connected! Truly a wonderful product that should have been made a long time ago.

“SpareOne has become a game-changing preparedness device since its launch, gaining national notoriety for its innovation and ability to keep lines of communication open when power is completely unavailable or inaccessible,” said Alan Cymberknoh, SpareOne Project Director at XPAL Power. “SpareOnePlus is packed with additional safety features and communicates with users even more intuitively than before.”

With the push of a button SpareOne can connect you with emergency services. Grab a SpareOne today for that extra piece of mind and always knowing you will be connected. 

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Disclosure I received products in exchange for an honest review. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I personally believe will be good for my readers.

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