BlackBerry Portable PlayBook International Travel Charger with UK/EU/NA/AUS Adapter £3.99 @ Accessories-4-All / Amazon - HotUKDeals
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From experience I can vouch that this is the FASTEST micro USB charger available. This is the lowest price that it has been for a while.

Now £3.90!
- ianshona

1hour later now £3.80
- ianshona

£3.85
- Pepz347

£3.75
- RLP06

NO USA 2 Pin Adaptor supplied with mine
- spannerzone
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Ordered for my vibrator - thanks

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#1
Usually around £5 so this is a nice little saving, I got one of these (different seller) and it charges up my Moto G much quicker than the standard blackberry charger, good for tablets too. The real icing on the cake is the travel adaptors that it comes with, ideal for the traveller, no nasty/dodgy adaptors needed.
#2
Just ordered myself one. Thank you OP.
I have a usual Uk three pin one and it's the best charger we have by far. As previously stated the travel adapters are a great bonus.
#3
These are great chargers
1 Like #4
spannerzone
Usually around £5 so this is a nice little saving, I got one of these (different seller) and it charges up my Moto G much quicker than the standard blackberry charger, good for tablets too. The real icing on the cake is the travel adaptors that it comes with, ideal for the traveller, no nasty/dodgy adaptors needed.

It charges my Nexus 5 (from 20% to 100%) in about 1h 20m. That's almost HALF the time other chargers take.
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Ordered for my vibrator - thanks
#6
well it does take a long time to boot up...
#7
Great charger, with a long lead.
#8
mario999
Great charger, with a long lead.


How longs the lead??
#9
mikiedizzy
How longs the lead??
6 feet
1 Like #10
There are still people out there with working blackberry usb ports? Wow.
#11
jaydeeuk1
There are still people out there with working blackberry usb ports? Wow.

USB ports? I'm just amazed there are still people using working Playbooks :-) I predicted the death of Blackberry 2 years or more ago and got dog's abuse. Wonder where those people are now? Maybe they're still using their blackberry's and that's why nobody's heard from them for a while :-) :-)

Hot deal though if you need a way to recharge your dead-end tech.

Edited By: Jeezeypeeps on Jul 28, 2014 22:41
#12
I can vouch for the Ops comments, these are brilliant. Bought one a while back after seeing it posted here, and got another shortly after as they are so good. 6 foot long lead, charges a nexus 5 from flat in about 50-60 mins or so, and now use another to charge an ipad with a 99p lightning adaptor, and works like a dream.

Tempted to get another for work at this price. Feel robbed as paid over £4 for my other 2 :p:p
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Jeezeypeeps
jaydeeuk1
There are still people out there with working blackberry usb ports? Wow.

USB ports? I'm just amazed there are still people using working Playbooks :-) I predicted the death of Blackberry 2 years or more ago and got dog's abuse. Wonder where those people are now? Maybe they're still using their blackberry's and that's why nobody's heard from them for a while :-) :-)

Hot deal though if you need a way to recharge your dead-end tech.

Playbook was a good little tablet - at the time its screen, sound capabilities and OS (when 2.0 finally came out) were as good as anything on the market. If it had launched at £150 for the 16gb to £250 for the 64gb, instead of trying to go toe to toe with apple, I think they'd still be a major player. Just badly misjudged the market, and then lied to prospective playbook buyers (like me) that BB10 would be released. Plus from interviews, their CEO seemed a bit of a nob, so I doubt many people will miss blackberry when they go under / sell off all their patents over the next 3 years.

Edit - Bought one though, will be a good backup charger for the nexus and asus t100

Edited By: jaydeeuk1 on Jul 28, 2014 22:48
#14
These are brill I bought a bunch for the family... My note 3 charges full on and my nephew note 2 charges fast
#15
I use these for the family's smartphones. Best ones for us
#16
Brilliant charger and deal. Thanks
#17
OOS now from original seller,but still avail for 3.99 from acessory -shop.
#18
These are great, I have one from a month or two ago and it has a nice long lead on it too.
#19
ordered for my moto 4g.

thanks o/p.
#20
£4.14 cheapest now
#21
creeping up in price!
#22
chrisbenwalker
I can vouch for the Ops comments, these are brilliant. Bought one a while back after seeing it posted here, and got another shortly after as they are so good. 6 foot long lead, charges a nexus 5 from flat in about 50-60 mins or so, and now use another to charge an ipad with a 99p lightning adaptor, and works like a dream.

Tempted to get another for work at this price. Feel robbed as paid over £4 for my other 2 :p:p
got link for that 99p adaptor ?
thx
#23
bought one of these last week from ebay for £2.99. Brilliant charger, chargers my Nexus 5 from 14% in 38 minutes! 1.5m lead too which is really nice. Same spec as the "fast charger" Google sell for £20 lol
#24
Mega fast charge.
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The faster that you charge a lithium ion battery, the shorter its lifespan will be. However could be useful sometimes when time is short.
#26
Now over 4 quid
#27
£3.49 "ex-demonstration" delivered ex-UK without the additional international adaptors:
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm//331232515538
£3.99 new delvd ex-UK with the int adaptors:
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/301241170713
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Jeezeypeeps
jaydeeuk1
There are still people out there with working blackberry usb ports? Wow.

USB ports? I'm just amazed there are still people using working Playbooks :-) I predicted the death of Blackberry 2 years or more ago and got dog's abuse. Wonder where those people are now? Maybe they're still using their blackberry's and that's why nobody's heard from them for a while :-) :-)

Hot deal though if you need a way to recharge your dead-end tech.
still got my blackberry and used daily and works perfectly for browsing, email, media playing etc etc

gotta love these muppets who buy into obsolescence just cos something is over a year old
1 Like #29
cov4theprem
well it does take a long time to boot up...
only if you are silly enough to not know what standby does ;)
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I still have a Playbook - bought it from ebay for £37 and it makes a very good 64GB media player loaded up with video and music. HDMI built in is a big plus.
#31
Read on XDA that these are one of the fastest chargers. Got 2 myself and they are quick. heat
#32
nasir_glasgow
chrisbenwalker
I can vouch for the Ops comments, these are brilliant. Bought one a while back after seeing it posted here, and got another shortly after as they are so good. 6 foot long lead, charges a nexus 5 from flat in about 50-60 mins or so, and now use another to charge an ipad with a 99p lightning adaptor, and works like a dream.

Tempted to get another for work at this price. Feel robbed as paid over £4 for my other 2 :p:p
got link for that 99p adaptor ?
thx

Sorry no, its an expired deal I found on here from eBay. There are plenty of others available for around £1.40 or so.
#33
Thanks ordered 2
#34
Ordered based on the comments here thanks.
Anyone that prefers Amazon direct, its £14.07oO


Edited By: Steve353 on Jul 29, 2014 09:15
#35
£3.90 now
#36
Got it for £3.85 Thanks OP
#37
Anyone seen just the adaptor bits for sale?
#38
Cheers OP just ordered one from "HomeandGarden" at £3.90 and it was £3.80 by the time I reached check out :D, Looks like a price war between the sellers X)
#39
Ordered
#40
Ordered one last year, ordered another few months ago. Ordered one more today :). Thank you OP :) Too bad won't work with iOS devices due to their propeitary cables

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