|Brand Name||Griffin Technology|
|Item Weight||2.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5 x 0.8 x 6.9 inches|
|Item model number||9783-TJ3|
|Power Source Type||Battery|
|Number of Items||1|
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Griffin TuneJuice Charger for iPod and iPhone (Black)
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- Charges iPhone or any iPod with a dock connector
- Uses 4 AAA batteries (included)
- Up to 24 more hours of music, 6 hours of video, 2 hours of talk time, 15 hours of web access
- Made for iPod, Works with iPhone certifications pending
- Replaces 9736
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Top Customer Reviews
The Good: Great for infrequent travel, you don't have to charge it, you can buy batteries at any store, its cheap ($20 vs $60+).
The Bad: It takes one (1) set of Energizer Advanced Lithium AAA at $6.99 or two (2) sets of alkaline at $5.99 (Duracell AAA) to charge an iPhone 3Gs from 20% to 90%. (I've done two days of careful testing to arrive at these numbers)
As you can see, there's a benefit to a rechargeable battery system for frequent fliers, and a lot of convenience with this product for infrequent users or for people who need an "always ready" emergency top off solution.
My TuneJuice has *maybe* a 10-minute effect on my iPhone (when I can measure any effect at all), and I've tried at least four sets of alkalines and several passes with rechargeables. In fact, I tried so many combinations that it was too late to return the thing to our Apple Store.
For what it's worth, I accidentally bought a battery extender from Ryobi (thinking it was their flashlight - they look a lot alike)... I think it was $20, but you also need a battery ($12) and charger too, but the Ryobi has not only given me excellent results (hours, without running low) but even charged up my iPhone. (And btw: the Ryobi flashlight, which I did end up getting, is by far the best LED flashlight I've ever seen -- lights up the fence across the street.)
I ended up returning it, and getting the Tekkeon TekCharge MP1550 (on Amazon) instead: Tekkeon TekCharge MP1550 and am very happy with it.
It might re-charge the itouch battery, if I just hook it up and don't use it, But I just use it as a backup.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great to use for when iphone is low charge and you are on the go.Published 3 days ago by Amazon Customer
Seemed a good idea at the time but you have to keep fresh batteries in this. Never use itPublished 17 months ago by Meme
Does not charge very well. It will get you buy in a bind. Batteries have to be replaced after every charge.Published on November 19, 2013 by Shelle
I bought this two years ago it cost at that time 30.00 but it broke after two years so now i bought 3 they are very good.Published on July 14, 2013 by Dennis P. Cannon
This product maybe okay for a iPod but horrible for an iPhone. The charger only worked for about a hour! I did receive a refund but what a wasted of time.Published on May 10, 2013 by Melissa M. Powe
I have a charger than recharges itself from a USB port and is good for 3 charges but I liked how this charger uses easily available AAA batteries. Do NOT buy this product. Read morePublished on May 21, 2012 by J. Kirlin
i brought this thinking it would work as described. I would not recharge or attempt to charge my ipod touch. So stay away if you have the ipod touch!Published on May 13, 2012 by ianfx4
Bought the griffin TuneJuice for my wife for X-mas. It arrived quickly and performs exactly as stated. Read morePublished on January 17, 2012 by RichF
I am extremely dissatisfaction with this product, the TuneJuice (2009 design) Backup battery pack for iPhone. Read morePublished on July 13, 2011 by Brian & Danielle