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Energizer Qi-Enabled 3 Position Inductive Charger (Black)

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Three Position
  • 2 Inductive charging positions
  • 1 USB charging port
  • Spatial freedome to move devices
  • Two LED lights indicate charging activity
  • Works with any Qi-enabled device through an adapter or an embedded chip
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Technical Details

Style: Three Position
  • Size (LWH): 12.48 inches, 2.36 inches, 9.76 inches
  • Weight: 1.65 pounds
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Product Details

Style: Three Position
  • Product Dimensions: 12.5 x 2.4 x 9.8 inches ; 1.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0041RRORA
  • Item model number: IC2B-US
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (252 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #111,481 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 11, 2010
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Product Description

Style: Three Position

Energizer; Qi-Enabled 3-Position Inductive Charger with two LED lights indicates charging activity. With two inductive positions and 1 USB charging port. This unit is designed for future works with any Qi-enabled device through an adapter or an embedded chip and spatial freedom to move devices.

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Customer Reviews

The Energizer inductive charger works great with the Nexus 4 (no special Qi charging "door" required for the N4).
Chris F
First, if you don't have a case on the phones, they tend to slide around - and potentially off - on the slick surface of the charger.
Chris E McNeill
The other nice thing about this unit is that it has two wireless charging spots and a USB port, where a third device can be charged.
F. Lopes

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

125 of 129 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 23, 2012
Style Name: Single Position Verified Purchase
Review of the Energizer Single Position Inductive Charger.

This inductive charger is Qi compatible as is the Google/LG Nexus 4. It works as advertised! I also tested it on the Lumia 920 of a friend and it works on it as well.
I was able to charge the Nexus 4 from 60% to 100% in 1 hour and 12 minutes. I recently tested this charger with a slim case on my Nexus 4 and it charged from 24% to 100% in under 3 hours.

Although I have no case yet on the Nexus 4, I did place several pieces of thick card stock between it and this charger and it continues to charge the Nexus 4. By all indications, if you have a slim case on the Nexus 4, this charger will work. The blue LED is lit when the phone is charging and goes off when charge is complete. I found the charger to be intuitive in use and so far I have not had any issue of the Nexus 4 sliding due to the incline.

Once I get a case, I will update my review. One note is that since phones are now coming out with Qi compatibility, the price here on Amazon has been creeping up 10%.

****Update 12/13/2012****

This charger will work the Diztronic and Ringke Rearth slim cases. I've been very happy with this charger and not having to use a micro USB cable.
Input is 120/240 VAC 0.35 Amp max. Output is 12 VDC 1 Amp.
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49 of 50 people found the following review helpful By dcl10 on December 2, 2011
Style Name: Three Position Verified Purchase
Keep in mind that most of the negative reviews on here are becasue the phones they are using are not Qi enabled, and require the sleeve . Most of the new top tier smart phones these days are Qi enabled. With My Droid Charge I just snapped on the inductive back door and it works like a charm. I use my phone a lot and need to charge it at least once a day, so constantly having to plug it in can be a hassle, and some times it slips my mind and I have to make do on a 20% charge the next day. With this I just set it on my night stand where I usually would, it charges itself, and I can just grab it and go when I need it. If I get a call while it's charging, or want to quickly check my email, I don't have to unplug it. I can just pick it up as I normally would, which is very convenient and a time saver over the course of the day.
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44 of 45 people found the following review helpful By John on July 17, 2013
Style Name: Three Position Verified Purchase
My first Qi charger, and let me say, it's the cat's pajamas. If you don't like cats, then this charger is the bees knees. If you don't like cats or bees, then this is a (insert awesome adjective) charger, and you are probably a terrible person for not appreciating all the hard work bees do. I was looking for a charger for my Nexus 4 devices, so I did some research and found that not all wireless chargers support the Qi standard.... Say what!?, that's some jive @ss spit right? So all the cheap palm, hp, and duracell chargers you thought about buying to save a buck, so you could go buy a few 50 packs of Ramen Noodles and big booty monthly, are no longer valid choices, because they will not work with your phone. After reading tons of reviews and looking at the features of other Qi chargers, I decided to go with the energizer charger, and I'm glad I did. After 2 months of using this charger, it's still working great every single time, even through an aftermarket case was placed on my phones.

Pros:
1 - 3 position Qi sensor
2 - Works.....
3 - 2 charging plates
4 - sexier than your sisters bff
5 - charges through cruzerlite Nexus 4 case

Cons:
1 - a bit pricey, but worth it
2 - does not make french toast
3 - blue light is a bit bright (place some electrical tape over most of the light to mitigate)
4 - causes friends to be jealous, so they go out and buy new phone and charger, but the type of friends you have don't have the disposable income to be buying such luxurious things, so they put it on their credit cards, and then don't pay their bills. The defaulted bills are then sent to collections, where they start to garnish your friends wages, which he thinks is unfair, but your friend is an idiot and does not understand how these things work. Now your friends can't pay their rent and get evicted from their apartment and ask to stay at your place until they get back on their feet......
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By J. Yoon on December 27, 2012
Style Name: Three Position Verified Purchase
Specs:
Energizer Qi 3-position inductive charger
Nexus 4
Diztronic Matte Black TPU Case

I'll keep it short and objective. The Energizer inductive charger has one port in the rear for AC power from the wall. The Nexus 4 has inductive coils built in to the phone. After placing the device on one of two inductive surfaces on the Energizer, there is a delay of two or three seconds before the blue light above the inductive surface blinks once and then fades in for the duration of the charge. When the phone is charged to 100%, the phone disconnects power and the blue light fades away.

From 0% to 100%, the Nexus 4 charges in, roughly, two hours.

Using a case, the Nexus 4 charges in a similar fashion as with no case, and the Nexus 4 does not move along the surface what so ever. The Energizer is inclined at about 10 degrees.

Note: The Nexus 4 itself does not slide "right off." There is a thin metal bezel around the Energizer, and if placed gently, the Nexus 4 will stay put. However, if the surface the Energizer is resting on is bumped, the Nexus will then slowly slide down.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Laura on November 22, 2012
Style Name: Single Position Verified Purchase
I ordered this charger for my new Windows 8 HTC 8X phone that, through Verizon, comes with built in wireless charging capabilities.

Literally, the charger was as easy as taking it out of the box, plugging the cord into the unit and the wall, and setting my phone on top of it. That was it.

I'm shocked at some of the poor reviews for this product. From scanning some of them, I have to think, like others have speculated, that they did not realize that you must have the Qi wireless capabilities built in to your phone (or whatever you are charging) for this to work....or you need to purchase a sleeve. Sorry, but that is not the product's fault, that is on the user.

I will say that it is not small and it is as unattractive as it looks in the picture. I do wish they had made it a little more aesthetically pleasing.
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