Friday, 2 February 2018

IxPand Base Review

Firstly, this has taken me a very long time to post and I'm so sorry about that! Without further ado, I want to tell you about a new lil tech gadget I've been loving recently...

I don't know about you guys but I use my phone like crazy and making sure it's always charged is important. There's nothing like needing to go out and having a phone with low battery or dead. never the less, I so scared that I'll go out and loose or break my phone or even the risk of having someone steal it! So, making sure it's always backed up daily is something I always do.

With the IxPand Base I can do both, charge my phone and back it up, at the same time! It's a charging base that you just place your iPhone onto and it backs up your entire photo library and contacts. With the IxPand base, you can back up your photos to avoid that dreaded notification 'Not Enough Storage' coming up on your screen. This means you can delete the photos on your iPhone to give yourself more memory for taking photos, yay!!  

The process is so easy. You need to download the IxPand Base App on the App Store to get started. It tells you how long the backup will be, how much space is left on your Base and when it is completed. 


The IxPand Base comes in 32GB, 64GB, 128GB, 256GB. I got received the 32GB so unfortunately there wasn't' enough space to back up all of my photos (I have a 256GB iPhone X). However, it did mean that I had an extra 32GB of space on my phone to take hundreds of more photos! 

I would definitely recommend this as a product from SanDisk,  as it is worth investing in. It's so easy to use, so don't worry if you're not very tech savvy because neither am I! I just leave it on the base overnight and when I wake up it is backed up and I have a fully charged phone for my busy day ahead! 

If any of you do end up getting this, please let me know what your thought are too!

Love Zayna x

This post is in collaboration with SanDisk and they kindly gifted me the product to review. 
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