Duracell Powermat for 2 Devices (PMA compatible)-Black
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- Sleek charging hub provides wireless power for any two Duracell Powermat-enabled smartphones or Portable Backup Batteries
- Use Wireless Case* to drop and charge your iPhone 4/4S.Never overcharge your phone when is fully charged
- Wireless Case or Portable backup Battery required to enable phone Phone sold separately
- Duracell PowerMats are PMA compatible (not compatible with Qi)
- DOESN'T work with protective phone case on.DOESN'T work with Powermat charging rings
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The Powermat for 2 Devices allows you to wirelessly charge two Duracell Powermat-enabled devices-including the iPhone 4/4S (Wireless Case sold separately) or our Portable Backup Battery (sold separately). To use, simply set the Portable Backup Battery and/or enabled iPhone 4/4S on the Powermat to start charging. The bleep lets you know that your device is connected and charging. When it's fully charged, take your device and the Portable Backup Battery to power up on the go. Wireless Case required to enable phone and sold separately. Portable Backup Battery sold separately. Phone sold separately. Also available in black. Are you new to Duracell Powermat? Get with the system. Our 24-Hour Power System has everything you need to get started: Powermat for 2 Devices, Wireless Case for iPhone 4/4S, and a Portable Backup Battery. 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. Duracell PowerMats are PMA compatible (not compatible with Qi). To enjoy wireless charging enable your phone with a Duracell Powermat AccessCase and place the phone on the PowerMat or connect your phone to a Duracell Powermat portable battery and then place the portable battery on the PowerMat (both sold separately).
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It is also a bonus that there is only a small light indicator on the bottom corner of each side which is not obtrusively bright and indicates which side of the pad is charging. I could not be happier with this charger. Also, I got two of these for less than one Qi charging pad.
This does come with a charge cable and transformer which needs an AC outlet and does not use a micro USB cable.
On the positive side it was fairly heavy and it has a non-slip pad on the bottom. I did find it hard to place the phone on the sweet spot for the charging to begin. You have to set the device in exactly the right spot. There is a magnetic pull to help you but I found this cumbersome. It makes a sound when the charging starts and the phone indicates charging. Also, there is a small LED that stays on to indicate charging. When you remove the phone from the pad, it makes another sound. I can't attest to how bright the LED is as I didn't keep it long enough to see how it was in the dark.
I'll keep looking for a wireless charger that will work with my case. All I want is a pad that isn't too fussy about placement and can fully charge my phone overnight (6-8 hours).
Things I like about the PMA mats I have (I cannot say this is the same as all mats since these are the only ones I have ever used for PMA):
The construction of the charging mats feel more solid than the Qi ones I have
Multiple devices on one pad
With the standard being more popular world wide than Qi, the lower costs of the accessories overall
The sound it makes when placing and removing my device makes me think I am charging a Transformer (yes, this is my geekiness)
The slight, but noticeable, magnetic pull to ensure I am placing the device correctly adds confidence that your device is charging
These are just a few things I can name off the top of my head.
Overall, I would have LOVED to have kept the Qi without having to go out and buy an armload of new accessories, but now that I have both, I think I would like to stay with PMA over Qi.
The product arrived in an easy to open retail box, but there was very little information on how to use it properly.
At first I was very frustrated because my phone would start charging and then it would stop. At first I thought it was improper placement, so I taught myself how to place it on the Powermat properly. That helped some, but it didn't solve the problem. That was also when I noticed that my phone was heating up quickly while it was charging.
After a few minutes thought, I deduced that something was probably causing interference with the magnetic field. So I thoroughly cleaned the back of my phone and took a much closer look at the Powermat. The top of the Powermat was covered in a greasy film which was either fingerprint oils or a thin film of dielectric grease. So I very carefully cleaned the top of the Powermat with a cloth diaper that I dipped into warm dishwashing soap suds. After making sure the top was clean and dry, I cleaned off the top with a microfiber cloth.
Now my Duracell Powermat works like a charm.