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Battery Desktop Charger with USB Output for HTC ThunderBolt 4G / Incredible HD
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- Stay connected to family and friends by making sure the battery of your HTC ThunderBolt 4G / Incredible HD is always charged.
- Enjoy flexibility with this charger that allows you to charge your spare battery through a wall outlet while charging your phone through the 5V USB port.Multi-protection circuits prevent overcharging and overheating.
- LED charging indicator shows charging status.Foldable A/C plug for convenient portability.Input: AC 100-240V.
- Output: DC 4.2V-300mA.USB output: 5.0V DC (USB cable NOT included).
- Battery charger only; Battery and devices are NOT included.
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There is some discussion out there about the stock battery voltage size for the Rezound. Some say theirs came with a 3.8v while others say they got the 3.7v. Mine came with the 3.8v. Some people speculate that one may actually make the phone perform better and that HTC realized this and made the change somewhere along the way. To my knowledge, that theory has been unsubstantiated.
I contacted the seller (who took a few days to get back to me) and they said it was NOT compatible with the Rezound. No surprise since the title description says "ThunderBolt 4G / Incredible HD". HOWEVER... I looked at several other visually identical units for the Rezound sold by other vendors that had the EXACT same electrical ratings (output= 4.2v @ 300mA) going for $20+. Physically, my batteries fit just fine. The stock charger has an output of 5v @ 1.0amp so this charger will definitely not harm your batteries. The battery life I have seen so far has been comparable if not better than the stock charger. Take note though, this is certainly not a speed charger. About 2-3 hours, depending on how low the battery is of coarse.
Now, the only issue I have seen is that it doesn't seem to fully charge my stock 3.8v battery, about 90%. I have three HTC standard spares that are 3.7v and they fully charge just fine. That .1v difference seems to be more significant than you might think.
So the point is that in my assessment, this item does work with Rezound for the most part as are most items that are designated for the Thunderbolt. It's far cheaper than the competitors who are selling the same product for a whole lot more.
If you're looking for a quick charger, this isn't it, but it does work great for your spare batteries that you aren't always using and don't have an immediate need for.
This charger will NOT fully charge it to 100%.
I've tested it many times. You will notice one bar missing on the battery level display.
All the batteries I've charged with this only charge it up to 85%.
However, if I charge my phone with the USB, it will fully charge the battery to 100%. It is definitely an issue with the charger and not the batteries.
85% charged battery is better than nothing, but just keep in mind, you get what you pay for. The charging rate for this charger is also much slower than if you were to charge via USB directly with your phone.
There's a large bright LED - it will be lit BLUE when you put it on the socket without a battery mounted; when it is charging, it will turn RED. When it is "fully" (more like 85% charged) charged, it will turn BLUE again.
I really wish there was a reliable fully chargeable separate battery charger for the Rezound batteries, but these seem to be the only ones on the market.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Have two of these charges. They work very well. One for travel and the other at home. Would buy again.Published 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
Three and half bucks! Get off me! It works better than my thirty dollar charger from Batteries PLUSPublished 7 months ago by Dravoni
Works awesome!!! The charge port in my old phone crapped the bed. So bought this, now I'm able to use it againPublished 7 months ago by Jes
Works great takes alil while but it works amazing recommended to any onePublished 8 months ago by tristjyn thompson