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Motorola Rapid Vehicle Power Adapter for Motorola Droid A855 (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

4.2 out of 5 stars 177 customer reviews

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  • Original Motorola Product.
  • Motorola Part number : SPN5400
  • Safely charge your phone from your car using the original authentic brand!
  • Using the authentic OEM brand will ensure your phones warranty is never voided!
  • Use of this official charger will prolong your batteries life compare to others!
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Color: Black
  • Weight: 4 ounces
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Color: Black

Motorola Rapid Vehicle Power Adapter, Motorola Droid A855

Product Information

Color:Black
Product Dimensions 7.1 x 4.7 x 2.1 inches
Item Weight 4 ounces
Shipping Weight 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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ASIN B002N8HG0Y
Item model number SPN5400
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4.2 out of 5 stars 177 customer reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #228,662 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
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By David Pearlman VINE VOICE on July 7, 2010
Color: Black
First things first: IF (and that's IF) you get the genuine OEM Motorola charger listed here, the SPN5400, it works great with modern smart phones like the Motorola Droid, The Incredible, The Google Nexus One, etc. Basically, if your phone has a micro USB connector (and almost all of the newer generation smart phones do), then this is the charger for you.

That said: Not every seller is selling the right item. There are lots of reports of people getting the wrong charger (I've had this happen myself). Your best bet: Amazon, who not only IS selling the correct charger, but has the best price, when you factor in shipping, provided you qualify for free shipping from Amazon (either with Prime, or if your order is > $25).

The Amazon listing for this charger can be found here: Motorola P513 Vehicle Power Adapter MicroUSB Rapid Rate Charger. Search through the sellers to find Amazon. Their price, if you get free shipping from Amazon, is the cheapest. And you are guaranteed of getting the correct item, brand new, retail.

OK, that said, here's the rest of my review:

There are so many sketchy sellers selling phone chargers out there, that it can be a bit scary. The problem is that if the charger is poorly made, the output of the charger can be out of spec and can, in some cases, fry the phone you connect to it.

For that reason, when it comes to phone chargers, you should stick to name brands. (They are all made in China, but the name brand ones are usually subject to stricter QA).

When I found this charger on Amazon, SOLD BY AMAZON, I jumped on it.
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This charger works great! The cord is plenty long, so I can keep it plugged into my center console compartment and pull the cord out and still close the console lid when I want to use it, then put the cord back in the console when I'm done. I don't like having visible cords hanging all over the place in my truck. But if you don't mind that look, this charger is also pretty stylish, if a car charger can be such a thing. The clear circle area lights up blue with the Motorola "M" when plugged in and looks kinda neat at night. Even though it's listed for the A855 (Original DROID), I'm using it with my DROID X.
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I needed a cheap charger to live in my bag and use in the car. This does the trick. There is a blue light that lets you know that it is receiving power, which is convenient. The piece that attaches to the phone fits. It can fall out sometimes, but it doesn't take long to charge, so it is doing a fine job for my needs.
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Unlike a myriad of other vehicle chargers I've tried this one not only is able to keep up your phone when you navigate with it- that means having bluetooth on, the gps on, the screen on- likely on bright and maybe you're streaming music along with the map's data. I get a good few percentage points gain, even in this high draw condition, every 10 minutes or so.

Best of all, the charger does it for more than a month or so. This thing has lasted a couple of years without the connector or the power connector falling apart- huzzah! The bits and pieces feel as though they are actually assembled rather than just placed in close proximity to one another like so many pieces of junk other vendors sell.

The only downfall or fault I've found is the rather bright, blue LED lighting which fills the "M" that serves as a gripping point for the power connector. The good news it's easy to remove from the connector the bad news is you'll likely need to carefully aim this light if you want to see at night inside your car. It's really that bright; not sure why so many vendors feel it necessary to light everything... I mean I could understand a small led or marker in the USB connector- I mean that is always falling into the gap between the console and the seat or disappearing into some unknown area on the floor so that we are left trying to trace our way from the cigarette lighter down the cord to the usb connector- am I right? The need for a light at the power connector though, I just don't get- it's always in the same place and it's way to bright. Fortunately, a bit of electrical tape or some modelling paint can get rid of the annoyance.

If you have a big phone battery or like to actually use your navigation on your phone, this charger is for you.
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My last charger that I bought in desperation at Wal**** wouldn't even provide enough power to keep the battery from running down if I was using GPS on my HTC Incredible. This charger not only provides the power to run GPS, it quickly charges the battery at the same time. Seems very well made. The only annoyances are the unit sticks out pretty far (4-1/4 inches long total) so it can be in the way and it has a bright blue LED that's too bright at night.
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Absolutely genuine, under six smackers. Item from Amazon has Moto holographic stickers, proper debossing/labeling & comes in form-fitting blister pak. It just HAS to be genuine, all that authenticity would be too much work and cost to create for an item that is this inexpensive. Usually inexpensive counterfeits in this genre arrive in "OEM" or "bulk" packaging, usually just a thin plastic bag with a ID sticker on it. It even has that little wire keeper clip you can (barely) see in the picture just at the end of the coiled portion of the wire. Who would take the time to counterfeit THAT thing?

So, in my case at least, by making Amazon my buying choice (for a whole fifty cents more per item), I am pretty durn sure I rec'd the actual retail-off-the-peg item.

As far as I was able to learn, this charger will deal out enough power to charge any small electronics item that accepts a MicroUSB male plug. It will deliver approximately 1A to a device, if the device demands that much. I figure to use it with my Droid in the car. But I expect it'll serve power to an Mp3 player, etc. just as well. The center circle glows blue when the device is taking in power from the cigarette lighter, making it easy to find if your car, as mine, as its cigarette lighter plugs buried inside the console boxes or other such inconvenient crannies. [Maybe most people don't want cigarette lighters in their cars anymore - but most of them sure DO want a place to conveniently charge up all their GPSs, Mp3 players and cell phones!]

This charger measures 4.5 inches from tip-to-tip, so make sure its going to fit where you intend to plug it. That seems to be the only catch with this gizmo, it's just a wee bit bigger than one might want.

People LOVE this thing.
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