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Flux Chargers is a Los Angeles, California based startup that manufactures the Flux Charger and the Flux Charger Plus, the sleekest portable chargers on the market for iPhone and Android devices. [1] 

Flux Charger in white
Flux Charger in white



The Flux Charger has been named the #1 portable charger by Digital Trends, #1 portable charger by Yahoo Tech, Top 3 by Mobile Magazine, Top 5 by PC Advisor, among other reviews. [6]  [7]  [8]


The Flux Portable Chargers come with built-in cables for both Android and iPhone, which is the feature that appeals most of its users. The Flux Charger Plus also has 2 USB ports that connect to other devices such as an Apple Watch or a USB-C laptop. 



Flux Chargers was part of the Startup UCLA summer accelerator class of 2015. The company was founded by Miles Anthony and Alejandro Rioja[1]  The founders then welcomed Kate Anoufrieva to their founding team. [✔]


The Flux Charger is available for purchase on Amazon [5]  and owns the proprietary information regarding the Sävage Sales tactic. [✔]


References in Pop Culture

Flux is responsible for starting the Startup Ass Tat movement as founder Miles Anthony got the company logo tattooed on his ass. [✔]

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  • Comment
    theScholarlySentinel  •  6 months, 2 weeks ago
    Sleek design!
  • Comment
    Travis Moore  •  2 months ago
    I used a flux charger for travelling to NYC and it was great. I love not having to deal with all the adapters and extra wires that most phone chargers have. Some of the (very) early models had issues with the shell popping open occasionally (i could still use it), but they returned it promptly and gave me another one. I haven't had any problems since.
Created: Sept. 12, 2015, 9:43 p.m.
Last Modified: June 19, 2017, 4:14 p.m.