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Energizer Energi-To-Go Battery Operated Instant Cell Phone Charger

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  • Adapter/Charger Type - Portable Mobile Charger
  • Catalog Publishing Type - Adapters/Chargers-Standard
  • Connector/Port/Interface - 1 Blackberry, 1 Mini USB, 1 LG
  • Coupon Cannon - 04-15-09(2)
  • For Device Type - GSM, CDMA
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 4 x 1.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000JD09P4
  • Item model number: CEL2MUSB
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (56 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #61,119 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 7, 2004
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Enjoy fast, long-lasting charging power for your cell phone when you're unplugged and on-the-go with the Energizer Energi To Go instant charger. Whether it's an emergency or just another call on-the-go, you'll have the power you need. This version of the Energi To Go is compatible with cell phones with mini-USB charging ports, including Blackberry and Motorola RAZR models (see image below).



This Energi To Go comes with three connectors to fit phones charged via mini-USB.
Energizer e2 Lithium AA batteries provide the automatic portable power that's at the heart of the Energizer Energi To Go charger. You can place a call within 30 seconds of activating Energizer Energi To Go on many cell phones with a completely discharged battery. Energizer e2 batteries can last up to 7x versus standart Energizer batteries, weigh 1/3 less, and have a 15-year storage life.

The Energi To Go features a patented intelligent control chip that maximizes power transfer from the charger to the cell phone as well as power conversion technology to optimize battery performance. Other features include battery leakage safeguards and an LED charge indicator. When the Energi to Go is out of juice, simply replace the batteries with Energizer e2 Lithium AA batteries.

Product Description

Plug in the Instant Cell Phone charger for automatic power ¿ even when phone battery is completely discharged. Reusable, lightweight, durable, convenient, easy to use, portable, fast. Great for moms on the go, business, leisure, contractors, road warriors, and some emergency situations

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Customer Reviews

Brand new batteries wont' even fully charge my phone once.
Chae H. Bae
AA batteries are much easier to find than chargers, so it's a very handy device and small enough that it won't take up any noticeable room in my bag.
M. Aepli
You need to insert/remove the plug several times before the unit will start charging.
DeP

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

45 of 45 people found the following review helpful By M. Aepli on May 16, 2007
I picked up one of these Energizer Chargers in the middle of a business trip. I left my USB Cable for my Blackberry at home, and it was about to die mid-trip. I couldn't find an actual plug-in charger, so I decided to try this. I plugged it in to my Blackberry, and it fully charged the device in less than 2 hours. I'm not sure of the exact time because I wasn't watching, but when I checked on it after two hours, it was already charged. I didn't remove the batteries from the pack, and when I went to recharge again a few days later with the same batteries in the charger, it worked just fine.

I certainly don't plan on using this regularly, but I will definitely keep this in my suitcase going forward for those times that I forget to throw in the actual charger. AA batteries are much easier to find than chargers, so it's a very handy device and small enough that it won't take up any noticeable room in my bag.

I see some things in other reviews that I'd like to comment on. First of all, as for the comment about not fitting most phones, well, most phone chargers only fit one brand or model of phone. It's important to know what kind of device the user is using before buying any charger.

I also see someone else had trouble changing the batteries. I haven't had that problem at all. There are spots that need to be squeezed at the end of the charger, and then the end pulls off. It's actually quite simple. I also did not have any problem with the batteries draining when left in the device.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By BeachBunny on October 8, 2007
I have two of these chargers and have bought a few others for colleagues and we've all been rather impressed with them. They're reasonably well-built and work. I didn't have any of the quality control issues that one reviewer had with the battery terminals. I normally use Sanyo Eneloop rechargeable AA batteries with mine and haven't had a problem with connections. I use it to charge my PDA, personal Motorola Razr phone, and corporate Blackberry. (Thank you God for whoever decided to finally standardize some devices with the mini-USB connector!) It does seem to take about 1-2 hrs to charge up the devices, which is as long as it normally takes when they're connected to their native chargers.

These units ARE picky about battery voltages. If the AA batteries are partially discharged, it might not see them. In terms of battery usage, using regular rechargables, you can expect to get one full charge on your phone from the batteries because of the high voltage requirement of the charger to start up. There'll still be juice left in the AA's, but good luck getting the little chip inside these chargers to wake up.

What would I like to change? 1) The very high low-voltage cutoff. Chances are you're using these in an emergency situation when power isn't available or nearby. These are the times when you want EVERY last ounce of power, even if it's only 5 minutes worth of charging time. 2) The charging tips are detatchable and are too easy to lose and a longer cord would be appreciated, especially when trying to talk on the phone and charge. 3) A different battery door design. The current design is solid, but can be a bit challenging to replace the door after changing batteries.

Overall, a little gadget no road warrior should be without. Its shortcomings are minor compared to the functionality it provides.
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22 of 26 people found the following review helpful By James R. Crocco Jr. on October 10, 2007
Most people by this for their cell phones. I bought it for my Garmin Edge GPS and it works great! The GPS uses a USB charging port so it was a direct fit and charge.
One reviewer mentioned it didn't take rechargeable batteries. I put Energizer rechargeables in and they fit and worked fine. No modifications needed.
The changes I'd recommend: 1) do something about the short and easily loseable adapter cables, 2) change the location of the battery diagrams from inside the case to outside, they're hard to read on the inside.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Sean P. Logue VINE VOICE on December 22, 2007
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I bought two of these and keep them in the glove boxes of both cars. In the event of a car accident or other emergency, I can use them to charge the cell phones if they've run out of power.

The included lithium battery has a ten year shelf life, so it will be ready when you need it. I consider it good, cheap insurance.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Ron B. on May 2, 2010
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I've been having some power disruptions and got this to charge the cell phone from standard batteries in an emergency. It works.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Raven on June 3, 2007
Now I don't have to worry so much that my phone will die when I need it most. I carry this thing in my purse so just in case I turn on my phone and battery is low I can charge it anywhere. It does take long to charge fully and maybe the charge does not hold as long but its not supposed to be an everyday charger.

I bought this instead of a car charger because I am not always in the car long enough to get a good charge.

They have different types for different phones and you can try your phone out before you buy. So, if someone buys the wrong one its their fault and its not fair to rate this product low for something thats one's own fault.

So, unless I find out this thing is going to kill my phone somehow I will keep my 5 star rating.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By FSR on March 1, 2010
Have one - works exactly as advertised - make sure you know what tip you need (additional tips can be ordered from the Energizer web site).
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