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Duracell Powermat for 2 Devices (PMA compatible)-Black
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- Sleek charging hub provides wireless power for any two Duracell Powermat-enabled smartphones or Portable Backup Batteries
- Use Wireless Case* to drop and charge your iPhone 4/4S
- Never overcharges-knows when your phone is fully charged
- Wireless Case or Portable backup Battery required to enable phone Phone sold separately
- Duracell PowerMats are PMA compatible (not compatible with Qi)
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- Size (LWH): 7.19 inches, 3.13 inches, 5.63 inches
- Weight: 14.4 ounces
Style Name: 2 Devices | Color: Black | Package Type: Standard Packaging
Top Customer Reviews
What is interesting about this charger which I didn't have in my Qi chargers is a magnetic pull in the center. This really helps guide the device to "lock into" place.
Some quirks about the charger: As others have mentioned, it has an electronic swish sound whenever a device is placed or removed. It also has a white LED which temporarily lights up on placement. These are nice, as it provides positive feedback that your device is correctly placed and is charging. However, it would be nice to have a switch on the device to disable this, as it's annoying at work when I frequently pick up and place down my phone.
UPDATE: 2/16/15 The update to Lollipop somehow messed up the charging with the Powermat. I no longer get an icon on the screen of the phone to indicate the magnetic connection with the mat is successful. The Powermat quits charging for no apparent reason, at 80% to 90%. Attempts to reposition phone still won't provide a 100% charge.
I've given up on the Powermat and back to using a reliable corded charger.
If the pricing of the Powermat is any indication, the list price is $49.99, in November '14 it sold for $37.00, in December '14 it was $15 and now it is under $10. Not selling well? AT&T abandoning their effort to push PMA technology?
Dropped my rating from 4 stars to one star. The Powermat's inability to reliably provide a 100% charge overnight and the hassle of trying to position the phone exactly right makes it useless.
Update 6/5/15 While not acknowledging any fault, the software update that AT&T provided for my LG G3, D85020f, was the cause of the wireless charger no longer working. Around May 8, 2015, AT&T pushed another software update to some LG G3s, D85021l (21L?Read more ›
I've been using the Powermat charger for over a week now so it goes without saying the case exceeded my expectations in every way. I didn't find the added bulk of the case significantly more than any other case I've used through the years. Moreover, I like the fact that the micro USB jack of the phone itself is fully exposed as are all phone buttons and the headphone jack.
Most negative reviewers apparently don't read enough ahead of time to understand the Powermat is NOT for Qi charging or are obsessed with the unused Qi coils in the 1520 itself. Personally, I am far happier with the Powermat and coils in an external case. Googling overheating issues with the Qi system vs. the Powermat system was an eye opener. Suffice it to say I developed an appreciation of the Powermat system before I ever tried it. I'm sure there are plenty of Qi systems that work just fine but cramming an inductive coil inside an already overstuffed phone begs for for higher temperatures and the associated potential trouble. My actual charging on the Powermat confirmed a minimal temperature rise on the back of the 1520 case under all conditions so far. Proper alignment of the phone on the pad to achieve charging is not particularly difficult. The audible confirmation tone leaves no doubt about when the phone is charging.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have a Samsung note 5 and s6 both which are compatible but neither will charge while in body glove cases which are very thin.Published 9 days ago by Andrew McGee
I bought four of these and have them spread around my home and workplace for convenient charging. I use it with a BlackBerry Priv which has PMA compatible charging built in - no... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Richard Hefner
I was hoping this mat was PMA 3 compatible but it's not. If you're unsure what PMA 3 is - it's the technology used in the rings you can plug into your phone at Starbucks to charge... Read morePublished 22 days ago by Miller