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Camlink Sigma Emergency Charger & Power Pack £5.00 del @ Play

£5.00 @ Play.Com
This is an awesome bit of kit, I originally bought one a few months back from Tkmaxx for the same price. It acts like an extended battery pack for any device that charges through USB via regular … Read More
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6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago
This is an awesome bit of kit, I originally bought one a few months back from Tkmaxx for the same price.

It acts like an extended battery pack for any device that charges through USB via regular AAA batteries, and also allows you to charge the AAA batteries from a power socket or through the car 12v socket.



Key Features:
* Emergency mobile pack
* Comes with 8x different tips to fit various devices
* Fits mobile phones, MP3, PSP and DVD players
* With LED torch
* Charges the device
* Charges from USB
* Complete with 4x 1000mAh AAA cells
* Can be used with alkaline batteries :Also provided - 12v car charging socket
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#1
Looks a good buy.. ordered one as a backup for my satnav when walking. Seems to be at least double the price elsewhere.

However, you (the OP) say that it runs on regular AA batteries when it runs on AAA batteries.
#2
yeah sorry my bad, it is AAA
AA would make it too bulky to carry lol
#3
Worth a punt - Orderes thanks.Also looks like they are rechargable batteries and you can charge them up in this device from mains of car..

Edited By: rwilts on Sep 01, 2010 15:39: update
#4
The batteries alone are worth a few quid.
#5
Thanks. Looks useful, and can't go wrong for a fiver, delivered.
#6
Hot hot hot momo_007 ;)
#7
Very Hot,

Well well worth £5

Thanks for share :)
#8
Bargain. Ordered. Thanks.
#9
Got myself one, cheers for the heads up.
#10
Same here. Great price including batteries.
#11
Just ordered 3 of them.
#12
Ordered...will use it sometime...seems a good price,also price varies from £10-£30 for this!
#13
Super deal - use to charge satnav when out & about.
#14
Thanks momo 007. Does anyone knoe if this will power the iPhone via the iPhone USB lead? Dave
#15
Ordered one.Dunno why though.
#16
Brilliant just ordered one will come in handy when camping in a couple of weeks:D
#17
davvidallen
Thanks momo 007. Does anyone knoe if this will power the iPhone via the iPhone USB lead? Dave


Yes it will mate, It will charge any unit which normally charges from a USB socket.

Iphone/Ipod, and many other phones as it comes with adapters..

I have used a different variant to this which was 2700mAh and it cost me £25. This is £5 for in effect 4000mAh.

This really is a handy piece of kit and a BARGAIN at £5. Why I ordered 3 :)
#18
When my Pulse mini has the net radio via 3g & bluetooth headphones the battery lasts 4 hours tops.With this it should last a whole day at work.A spare battery for the pulse is £15 plus.So this could be the answer.
#19
Definitely worth a punt for a fiver delivered
#20
My HTC Hero never lasts long enough for the bus journey home, so this should be perfect for me! Thanks, ordered!
#21
anyone know what tips this comes with?
#22
Now £9.99
#23
Yeh, the price has gone up :(
#24
4Qman

I have used a different variant to this which was 2700mAh and it cost me £25. This is £5 for in effect 4000mAh.

Nah, it is only 1000mAh at (around) 5 volts.
#25
Good product... if only for the batteries!
#26
Back down to £5
#27
Price up and down like a yo-yo. Not in stock but I've placed an order anyway and we'll see what happens.
#28
Great to act as a failsafe if matched with some 'Hydrid' AAA's and chucked in your glove compartment, perfect if you get caught out in an emergency with a flat mobile.
However I would be very cautious if you solely plan on buying this to significantly replenish the power in a high drain device (i,e, Iphone, HTC, PSP ...etc) If this is your aim I'd strongly recommend a device that use's AA's rather than AAA's because the capacity of the AAA's is less than half and imho it won't take long for the voltage on them to drop out of spec and stop charging your device!!
#29
Got mine today and I must admit I am well impressed.Charged the camlink through the laptop usb ,then charged my pulse mini from the camlink.(used the usb lead that was supplied with the phone) .Must be one of the best five quids spent.
[mod]#30
Great deal and now back in stock so I have unexpired the thread :)
#31
Anyone who already bought it, please tell me that can it be use with Samsung galaxy S or Blackberry 8900? I try to find the picture but I'm not sure that the tip is compatible.
Thanks in advance.
#32
Just ordered this for my Navigo GPS which I use with Memory Map. I like that fact that you can change the rechargeable batteries. The lithium ion versions would die after a few years if the other li-ion products I've used are anything to go by. Cheers OP.
#33
Just ordered - now £3.99 !
#34
I bought this a while ago (from this thread), but threw away the instructions and now I forget - when I charge the unit's batteries, should the switch be in the "on" or "off" position ? It blinks green if in the "on" position, and doesn't blink in the "off" position.
Does the blinking mean it's charging properly ?

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