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Charge and sync your iPhone 5 or iPod Touch (5th generation) with the compact and stylish Belkin Charge + Sync Dock.
To use, plug the 1.2m hardwire USB cable into your laptop and dock your device. To charge from the wall, simply plug it into your existing power supply, then plug into any wall outlet. Wall charger not included.
The Belkin Charge + Sync Dock has a built-in lightning connector so you can dock your iPhone 5 and iPod Touch (5th generation) to charge and sync, hands-free. If your speakers, lightning connector and AUX port are fully exposed when your case is on, you should be able to easily dock your iPhone without removing the case.
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Worked brilliantly for six months, but then stopped working.
As other reviews have said, the connector wobbles, which has obviously caused the wiring to come loose and... Read more
Item arrived promptly and as described, thanks very much, excellent buy.Published 2 days ago by Jace107
Good but the lightning connector could be more flexible as if you have a case on you cannot get the phone to chargePublished 3 days ago by J Hamblin
This is my second one of these - left in different parts of the house. they are perfect.Published 6 days ago by postlady
Best simple dock out there. To make it perfect, id's suggest making the belkin logo a bit smaller or maybe offer a more expensive version without logo.Published 6 days ago by Dumi
Put your iPhone 5 on this and it doesnt look very snug - was epecting to see a snug fit - however it looks like like its been modified from the old iPhone/ iPod dock - whilst it... Read morePublished 10 days ago by andyl_14
Annoyed because of lightening connection not being long enough if phone has case on it. Only works for naked phones, bad basic design fault, how did this get through product... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Sarah C.
The ground pin was not connected properly to the ground of the USB charger and I could feel current on the iPhone's body. Returned.Published 14 days ago by P. Szeptycki