Unboxing: Baseus Wireless Charge Powerbank

Bases Wireless Charge Power Bank  8000mAh Price: 1,590php

Hello Sweeties,

I am so excited to share this product from BaseusPH,  Baseus recently launched 4 items in their  #GoWirelesswithBaseus line.  One of the products I found very useful and can be used by everyone even those who don’t own gadgets that can be charge wirelessly is the Baseus Wireless Powerbank 8000mAh, It is a wireless charging pad and power bank in one.

For those unfamiliar with Baseus, It is a Taiwanese brand and relatively new to the Philippines.  The very first branch of Baseus products that I found in Manila is at TriNoma and they most sell mobile cases and android charging /data cables. I am glad they launched new products for all flat forms, even if you are an android or a apple user you would find their products handy and their price point is very affordable.

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Mommy Bloggers Shared The Love To Kids In Marawi Through Nutri10Plus Syrup Vitamin Blog Campaign

One of the outstanding qualities of mothers is their devotion to providing quality nutrition to their children. This is primarily done by preparing healthy foods and giving effective supplements to sustain and nourish their growing family needs. Nutri10Plus Syrup, a multivitamins packed with Chlorella Growth Factor (CGF), Taurine, Lysine, Zinc and Vitamins C, A, D3 B1 and more, had been assisting mothers all around the Philippines in developing children with strong bodies, active brains and healthy appetite.

During the moving up ceremony where Kaye Koo of SinagTala Foundation helped in disseminating the Nutri10Plus and DayCee vitamin pouches to the kids

Military officers helped in distributing the Nutri10Plus Syrup and DayCee pouches to the kids

In the effort to help our co-mommies and their children in the war-stricken village in Marawi, 100 Mommy bloggers from Mommy Bloggers Philippinescommunity had collaborated to bring boxes of Nutri10Plus Syrup,  DayCee Vitamin C Syrup and several toys, to a hundred kids in Marawi through SinagTala, a non-profit organization headed by Ms. Kaye Koo. SinagTalahad been sending help to villages in Marawi since the war erupted and it had sheltered hundreds of children inside the Playroom which served as the mini-school and play area of the children.

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