Duracell Powermat 24-Hour Power System for iPhone 4/4s - White
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- The 24-Hour Power System includes a Powermat for 2 Devices, Wireless Case for iPhone 4/4S, and a Portable Backup Battery
- Sleek starter kit provides drop-and-charge power for your enabled device
- Wireless Case is compatible with iPhone 4/4S
- Charge at home or on the go in the palm of your hand
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NEVER BE POWERLESS WITH THE 24-HOUR POWER SYSTEM. The 24-Hour Power System is everything you need to charge (or power) at home or on the go in the palm of your hand.
The Powermat for 2 devices offers a home base to wirelessly charge two Duracell Powermat-enabled devices-your iPhone 4/4S (using the included Wireless Case) as well as our Portable Backup Battery. The Portable Backup Battery provides on-the-go power to double the battery life of any iPhone, iPod, and most micro-USB-enabled smartphone devices.
To use, simply set the Portable Backup Battery and/or enabled device on the Powermat to start charging. The bleep lets you know that your device is connected and charging. When it’s fully charged, take the Portable Backup Battery to power up on the go. Phone sold separately. Also available in black.
PMA is the standard for smart and environmental wireless power backed by AT&T, Starbucks, P&G, Powermat and dozens of global leaders, and deployed at leading venues including in select Delta Air Terminals and Delta Sky Clubs, Westfield Malls, at Madison Square Garden, Barclays Center and in Jay-Z's 40/40 Club.
From the Manufacturer
The Duracell Powermat 24-Hour Power System is an easy-to-use set of three tools. Together, they provide wireless charging for any Duracell Powermat enabled device like your iPhone. This includes on-the-go power from a backup battery so you can charge up anytime, anywhere. At home or out-and-about, you'll never be powerless.
What's in the Box
- Duracell Powermat for Two Devices: A stylish charging mat you simply set up once at your home or office and wirelessly charge your enabled devices.
- Wireless Case for iPhone 4/4S: A protective case for daily use that enables wireless charging for your iPhone on any Powermat.
- Power On The Go Backup Battery: Gives you instant access to power wherever you are, and up to a full charge for your iPhone 4/4S.
- Universal Power Supply for the Powermat (100-240V AC) and Owner's Manual.
How It Works
- Plug in the Powermat to set up a wireless charging station
- Slide your iPhone 4/4S into the protective Wireless Case
- Place your newly enabled iPhone and Power On The Go Backup Battery on the Powermat to charge
Now that you’re set up, you can enjoy the ease of wireless charging—-just drop and charge your enabled iPhone and Power On The Go Backup Battery on any Powermat. And, if you need power while out and about, just connect your iPhone to your Power On The Go Backup Battery for up to a full charge anytime, anywhere.
Explore Duracell Powermat’s Full Line of Products
Whether you’re looking for a particular color wireless case or want to power multiple devices, Duracell Powermat has a charging systems designed for you. To learn more about customized charging solutions see the full lineup of wireless cases, mats and power on the go backup batteries.
Powermat Compatible Devices: iPhone 4/4S, Samsung Galaxy S III
Powermat For: 1 device, 2 devices or 3 devices
Wireless Case: Available in a variety of colors
Power on the Go Backup Batteries: Available in black or white
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Do I need a Duracell Powermat Wireless Case to wirelessly charge my device?
A. Yes, your device needs to communicate with the Powermat so that energy can be transferred wirelessly. You will also be able to take advantage of the Duracell Powermat Wireless Charging Hot Spots at places like Madison Square Garden, where you can simply power up your phone while attending an event. In the future, we expect to see the technology built directly into devices. We are on a similar trajectory to Wi-Fi, which was once an accessory but is now built in and widely available.
Q. What is the technology and how does it work?
A. It is a combination of magnetic induction and proprietary Duracell Powermat technology. When an enabled device (a device with a Duracell Powermat Wireless Case or a Power On The Go Backup Battery) is placed on a Powermat, a “handshake” happens between the charging surface and the device and then energy is transferred wirelessly to the device. It is an intelligent system—it will send power only to devices it has identified and it monitors the power level so that when a device is fully charged, it will stop sending power, which not only avoids energy waste but also overcharging the battery.
Q. I have heard that I need to fully drain my battery before charging, is this true?
A. Batteries have evolved over time and the “memory effect” is not an issue with the lithium-ion or lithium-polymer batteries that are used in smartphones. You do not need to fully drain these batteries before charging.
Q. Which phone models is the Wireless Case available for?
A. We currently offer an iPhone 4/4S case, and a Samsung Galaxy S III case. But the Power On The Go Backup Battery includes both an Apple 30-pin connector and a Micro USB connector, and works for most smartphones. We are currently developing a Wireless Case for the iPhone 5.
Q. Is the wireless case a protective case?
A. Yes, the wireless case offers standard case protection.
Q. Can I take the Power On The Go Backup Battery with me wherever I go?
A. Yes. The Power On The Go Backup Battery is totally portable. Drop into your purse, briefcase, luggage, backpack, glove compartment—it’s up to you. When you need up to a full charge on the go, you’ll be ready.
Q. Can I use my smartphone while the Power On The Go Backup Battery is charging?
A. Yes, your smartphone will be fully functional while the Power On The Go battery is attached and charging.
Q. Where else can I charge?
A. We’re still rolling out partners, but you can find Wireless Charging Hot Spots and Powermat wireless charging mats installed in select Delta Sky Club locations, the 40/40 Club, and Madison Square Garden.
Q. What’s the best way to take advantage of the system?
A. We recommend that you buy a full 24-Hour Power System for your home and a one Device Powermat for your office.
Q. Will the new Duracell Powermat products work with my existing Powermat products?
A. Yes, they will be compatible.
Q. Does Duracell Powermat have a solution for the iPhone 5?
A. Yes, the iPhone 5 wireless case is currently in development and will be ready in 2013.
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Using the Ampere app, I see that it charges the phone at about 380mA. While slow compared with a Quickcharge 2.0 charger and compatible cable, which usually clocks in at ~1100mA.
It is a very sleek looking charger. The battery backup is pretty cool, though it is more gimmicky than anything, given the 1850 mAh capacity. Some lipstick charging sticks hold twice as much. However, it is pretty cool to be able to charge something else wireless next to my phone.
Would I get this again? Probably not. Taking the case off my phone to charge it defeats the purpose of "ease" ... which was what I was going for with getting a wireless desktop charger. It takes just as much effort (maybe less) to plug a quick charge micro USB cable into the base of the phone. Wireless charging won't mess up the micro USB port, though ... so there's that.
I'll see how long I keep this on my desk. For less than ten bucks, it was a fun splurge.
If you have a Powermat compatible device, this is a really good deal. It can charge two PMA devices at once, it's very reasonably priced, and it comes with a portable battery and an iPhone 4/4S case. The portable battery can be charged with micro USB or wirelessly on the Powermat. The iPhone case allows an old iPhone to wirelessly charge with this or any other Powermat charger. The iPhone case does not work with Qi wireless chargers, and the case doesn't fit any iPhone with the new smaller charging port.
The item arrived quickly and in solid packaging. The portable battery is very easy to line up on the Powermat, as it magnetically snaps into place. My Samsung Galaxy S6 Active was a little more difficult to line up, but the Powermat makes a sound when you connect a device and another sound when the device is disconnected. It helps to put the phone at the same height as the Powermat, and slowly slide the phone onto the Powermat, coming at it from the edge of the longer side. This product charges just about as fast as Qi chargers, but it has a much more limited range of compatibility, as most modern devices are Qi compatible and not PMA compatible. But if you have a PMA compatible device, this is a pretty unbeatable deal.
The battery and phone fit nicely on the "mat" together, and both give a nice "chirp" to tell you they're charging.
Then come the cons: The "mat" can't charge the phone while it's doing something, like playing Pandora or even showing a screensaver.
Too bad it only charges Android or iPhones in cases that accept either the micro USB connector or the long-since-obsolete 30-pin connector of early the iPhone era. Newer iPhones are left out-in-the-cold.
The phone case seems designed to a) make you drop it it's so slippery, and b) damage the phone and case as much as possible. No padding, no protection to the phone's vulnerable face, just a beginner's attempt which focuses entirely on the charging aspect, which nowadays is a novelty.
Really, the only feature of this deal is the price. $10 is about right. Amazon is even undercutting competitors that start with "e".
If someone made a more protective case it might change the entire equation. I'm going to try some friction tape next time I see my local repair man.