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Duracell myGrid Mobile Device Charging Pad £19.99 Delivered @ Amazon
Duracell myGrid Mobile Device Charging Pad £19.99 Delivered @ Amazon

Duracell myGrid Mobile Device Charging Pad £19.99 Delivered @ Amazon

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* Simple drop and go charging for up to four mobile phones or devices with this slim, lightweight and portable charge pad
* Ultra slim design ideally suited for desks, counter-tops, nightstands or almost any flat surface near an electrical outlet
* Automatically stops charging devices when they are fully charged, so each battery is never overcharged
* Safe to touch and even safe for liquid spills, uses electrical overload protection to prevent overheating
* Compatible Power Clip (miniUSB, microUSB and Nokia) and Power Sleeve (Blackberry, iPhone and more) sold separately

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So you can charge without wires, but need to plug something into the phone first?

Love the idea, but having looked at the reviews on Amazon, not so sure. Top price though, so hot deal.

tek-monkey

So you can charge without wires, but need to plug something into the … So you can charge without wires, but need to plug something into the phone first?



* Compatible Power Clip (miniUSB, microUSB and Nokia) and Power Sleeve (Blackberry, iPhone and more) sold separately

One of the above I presume,

£15.99 for each powerclip from amazon so you are talking about £52 to get two phones up and running. Induction charging is a good idea but I don't think it will take off until manufacturers start integrating the circuitry into the phone. I don't want extra bits of plastic hanging off my phone all day. By the look of these you would plug in the "power clip" when you wanted to charge it. How is that much easier than plugging in a cable?

davestavros

£15.99 for each powerclip from amazon so you are talking about £52 to get … £15.99 for each powerclip from amazon so you are talking about £52 to get two phones up and running. Induction charging is a good idea but I don't think it will take off until manufacturers start integrating the circuitry into the phone. I don't want extra bits of plastic hanging off my phone all day. By the look of these you would plug in the "power clip" when you wanted to charge it. How is that much easier than plugging in a cable?



I guess because you only have to plug it in at one end, and not to a PC/outlet?

Totally understand what you're saying though. A friend of mine has a similar Powermat and an iPhone case with the charger built-in. It's kept in there all the time and isn't too bad. Anything that isn't an iPhone or Blackberry isn't really worth the effort.
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