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PowerTraveller PowerChimp £5.96 using code @ Planet Gizmo £9.95

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Postage is £3.99 per order. Use code CHIMP to get this price. Use it to recharge your mobile phone, iPod / MP3, PDA, PSP, iPhone and other digital devices! The Powerchimp will recharge most mobile ph… Read More
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7y, 1m agoFound 7 years, 1 month ago
Postage is £3.99 per order. Use code CHIMP to get this price.
Use it to recharge your mobile phone, iPod / MP3, PDA, PSP, iPhone and other digital devices! The Powerchimp will recharge most mobile phones two times fully before the batteries in the chimp will need recharging. We have aimed to include the most popular mobile phone tips including the Sony-Ericsson wide connector, Samsung E900, Mini USB (motorola V3 Razr/Krzr,etc), LG Chocolate, Nokia and Mini Nokia.
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#1
* Use it to recharge your mobile phone
* Use it to recharge your iPod
* Recharge your Sony PSP
* Recharge via your laptop
* Rechargeable Powertraveller batteries

That bottom bit, does that mean its just normal batteries in it? And more importantly, I have a Motorola Milestone with a small USB type thingy on it - same as the data cable for the N85. Is this one of the tips?

EDIT: Yup, appears its just a battery holder unless I'm mistaken. Any idea what the benefits are over the cheaper alternatives?
#2
tek-monkey;8572074
* Use it to recharge your mobile phone
* Use it to recharge your iPod
* Recharge your Sony PSP
* Recharge via your laptop
* Rechargeable Powertraveller batteries

That bottom bit, does that mean its just normal batteries in it? And more importantly, I have a Motorola Milestone with a small USB type thingy on it - same as the data cable for the N85. Is this one of the tips?

EDIT: Yup, appears its just a battery holder unless I'm mistaken. Any idea what the benefits are over the cheaper alternatives?


I have seen a few of these type of things in the £1 Shop and the likes. They take AA batteries, but there's no reason why rechargables can't be used. I have used these devices when going abroad, but never found them very effective [waste of money to be honest], so I just take a small multi-charger now.
#3
tek-monkey

EDIT: Yup, appears its just a battery holder unless I'm mistaken. Any idea what the benefits are over the cheaper alternatives?


Seems to offer a lot more than my cheap one, so a pretty good deal overall!

To Recharge Your Powerchimp:
* Flashing red light means unit needs recharging
* Fully charge your powerchimp from the USB on your laptop in 5 hours.
* Plug tip of retractable USB charging cable into USB port of your laptop or other USB socket
* Plug other tip into powerchimp input socket
* LED is red when charging; LED turns green when fully charged.
* May also be charged via mains and solar power

Each Pack Contains;
1x Powerchimp
1x Carry case
1x DC3.5 x 1.1mm charging cable
1x Retractable USB charging cable
2x AA rechargeable batteries
1x iPod tip
1x Samsung tip
1x Motorola tip
1x Mini USB
1x Sony Ericsson tip
1x Female USB
1x LG chocolate tip
1x PSP tip
1x Nokia tip

More info; Powertravellers website
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#4
Looks like a good deal to me - heat added and 1 ordered!
#5
Yellow/Pink only, blue seems unavailable. Great price but sad about the postage though.
#6
The coupon code entered has reached its usage limit.
#7
Says same for me!
#8
Downloader
Yellow/Pink only, blue seems unavailable. Great price but sad about the postage though.


I managed to get a blue one and used the coupon code - under a tenner delivered and they've already dispatched it.

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