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Powermat One-Position Charging Mat with Receiver Case for iPhone 4 (Fits AT&T and Verizon iPhone)

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  • Includes Powermat 1Xi charging mat, Receiver l Case for iPhone 4, power supply
  • Slim, sleek, formfitting design
  • Simply place on any Powermat-no plugging and unplugging
  • iPhone sold separately
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Technical Details

  • Size (LWH): 6.3 inches, 2.4 inches, 7.1 inches
  • Weight: 1 pounds
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.3 x 2.4 x 7.1 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00462QB3I
  • Item model number: PMM-1P4-B19
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (90 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,399 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
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Product Description

Powermat Wireless Charging System for iPhone 4. Includes: (1) Powermat 1Xi Charging Mat; (1) 100 - 240 VAC Power Supply; (1) Case for iPhone 4; and (1) Data Sync Cable.

Customer Reviews

Also, when your phone is charged, it shuts off, and makes a sound.
Sean S. Taylor
I can sync with my computer with the cable included and charge it in my car with a standard USB and micro plug.
Rob Dale
If I knew that before I purchased this product I would not have done so.
MLL

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23 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Botpol on June 6, 2011
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I'm so happy I purchased this at the store before I read these reviews or I most likely wouldn't have gotten this. I've always liked the idea of power mats but never liked the execution in the previous generation. I happened to be at the store and saw this, I had to try it out. I bought one of these for myself and my husband, we both absolutely love these. We both found these so functional I purchased 2 more from Amazon, each at about $10 cheaper too. I would also like to mention we use these on our Verizon iPhones, the side buttons are a little further down than on the ATT phone but this still works fine.

The case doesn't have padding and doesn't provide a lot of protection but it's no less than my old case that just slid on. The back is fully protected as are the sides but the front doesn't have much protection, but then if it did I probably couldn't use my phone. :) The built in adapter converts the standard Apple port to a industry standard USB micro port. I find this feature outstanding, I no longer need to use an Apple USB cable but one of the many micro usb cables I already have, not to mention the micro cables I have are all longer than the short Apple usb cables.

The person(s) that say you can not charge your phone in your car must not realize any standard micro USB cable will work. My iPhone plays music AND charges in my car with out any problems.

I love the fact that I can charge my phone and not have to plug it in, this makes answering the phone much easier. I just keep my phone in the charging cradle and simply pick it up to answer, no longer do I need to deal with short cords when I'm rushing t o answer my phone.

The only downside I have is really with the manufacturer, not with the phone.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By D.N. on September 20, 2011
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I don't understand the major contrast about this charger. I bought it, I put my phone in it. I set it in the tray and it charges. Simple as that. I didn't buy it to protect my phone, the tray makes the phone set in only one spot and when it is in that spot it charges. I've not noticed any discharge during the day while I have it in the case. I've not had to take it out of the case. I think my phone connection port will last longer since I'm not plugging it in and unplugging it daily. This thing just works. My only complaint about it is the noise it makes when you insert the phone or remove the phone from the base, it makes a really unique sound which is no big deal, unless you plan on leaving it by your bed at night. When it finishes charging, at around 2-3 am, it makes this sound, just enough to wake me up. The noise is coming from the base, not the phone. I've contacted the power-mat CS folks to see if this can be quieter or turned off and am waiting for a response. This is my only issue.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Sean S. Taylor on May 11, 2012
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Other reviews gave me a pretty good indication of what to expect when buying the Powermat, and I still thought it would be worth it. Having the product in my hand, I'm hesitating a little more about its worth. As others have stated, the case feels pretty cheap, just plain molded plastic for the most part. The system as a whole seems to not be well thought out, and there are several examples of areas that could have used a bit more testing and design:

The section at the bottom where the speaker, plug and microphone are is a bit strange. Obviously, the case has to plug in to the dock connector, however it must then go around the speaker and microphone. There is a small cavity around each one, and a hole in the front of the case to let sound in/out. The cavity, however, forms a nice resonance, and if you get an email while one the phone, the person you're talking to can hear it quite readily. Also, handling the phone causes much more noise when using it in speaker phone or with headphones that don't have a mike (ie using the iphone internal mike).

You can only put the phone on the cradle in one orientation. How hard would it have been to put the transmitter/receiver magnetics in the center of the cradle/case so that it works in either orientation?

You can't use your phone while charging. Yes, the kit comes with a micro USB cable, but now I have to go find my AC to USB power supply, plug that it, and then I can use it. Couldn't there be a USB receptacle on the base so that I could still charge wired and held the phone in my hand?

The base has an annoyingly bright LED (for night time), and makes a sound when you place the phone in the cradle or remove it. Also, when your phone is charged, it shuts off, and makes a sound.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Robert A. Rudolph on August 3, 2013
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I wasn't expecting much for $25, especially considering that most of the comparable products cost two or three times that. But this mat & pad exceeded my expectations. This is a great product, incredibly well designed and well engineered, and worth at least $40 in my opinion.

The charging "mat" (it's more like a "tray") is very solidly built. Inside the mat are two steel weights along the sides, that give it a very solid feel, and some heft to keep it in place on whatever surface. The plastic casing is also plenty tough. The bottom has 4 rubber feet/cushions that keep it from sliding around.
One of the big pros of this "mat" (tray) over other powermat mats is the edge supports. The phone & case drop nicely into the beveled tray, and this also aligns the induction coils perfectly. A major issue with the other, flat-style mats in the Powermat product line is the alignment of the coils - if they are not aligned the device will not charge - but the tray-type design of this mat completely fixes that issue. The charging rate is about the same as the standard Apple wired charger.

The case is decent. It adds a little less than a quarter inch depth to the back of the phone. It's fine as a daily case - adequate protection, and it's even almost stylish in a modernist/minimalist sort of way. The one odd bit is that it makes the phone about 3/8 inch longer at the bottom, due to the plug inside. Not a big deal, but it makes the phone longer (comparable to an iPhone 5 in this respect). The case also turns the iPhone 30-pin dock plug into a standard micro-usb plug.

When you place the phone into the charging tray, three things happen. 1) a white LED on the lower edge of the tray lights up, and stays on for the entire time the phone is charging.
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