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Powermat 2X plus Powercube

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  • The Powermat sound
  • Perfect charge for every device
  • Auto shut-off
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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 23.5 x 5.1 x 10.8 cm
  • Boxed-product Weight: 544 g
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  • Item model number: PMM-2P-B1
  • ASIN: B003F0RQ0O
  • Date first available at 2 Dec. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 137,472 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Manufacturer's Description

Powermat Wireless charging solutions. Using the stylish mat and corresponding case, you can charge your device wirelessly, a much tidier solution than a multiple tangle of charging cables. Today our mobile devices are an integral part of our lives – we rely on them more and more. We are always on and we hope to always be connected. But…we are only as good as the juice we have, and powering our devices is not as simple as it sounds. Whether it’s the spaghetti of wires, the search for enough outlets or a dead battery because we didn’t plug in – or couldn’t – there is a need for power to evolve. There is a need for Powermat. With Powermat you can skip the hassle and tangle of cords. Now you can simply set your device down to charge. And because it’s so easy to charge, your phone tends to stay charged so you can skip the 4 pm “I’m out of power” blues!

Box Contains

  • Powermat 2X Charging Mat
  • Powercube Universal Receiver
  • Mini USB Tip
  • Micro USB Tip
  • Samsung Tip
  • LG Tip
  • Nintendo DSi Tip
  • Nintendo DS Lite Tip
  • Sony PSP Tip
  • Power Supply (100-240VAC) with built-in cord management

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    1 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Cmonnnnnnnnnn on 31 Mar. 2011
    Item is used and there are missing parts like the apple tip,and guess what? I got an Ipad.So what now? Expend 20 pounds to send it back from Spain? Cmon... Thanks Amazon...
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    84 of 88 people found the following review helpful
    Not QI compliant 29 Nov. 2012
    By T. Newton - Published on
    Verified Purchase
    Be aware that this item uses proprietary technology and is not QI complaint. QI is the inducion charging standard that apparently everyone but Powermat uses. As long as you are using Powermat cases and accessories it works fine, but may not work with some phones, such as the new HTC 8X.
    69 of 75 people found the following review helpful
    good idea but.... 9 Nov. 2010
    By Nanciejeanne - Published on
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    I really really love the concept for this. Put your item on it and it charges! Brilliant!! have to have a special case for your particular item. I guess that makes sense, but you end up having more device specific "stuff." (And they don't offer cases for all devices.) I currently have a sparkly case for my phone (I know) and I don't want to get rid of it for a black powermat receiver case! (the cases are about 15 bucks.) Without a case, you plug in the mat, put a little "pod" thing on the mat, but you still have to plug your phone into the you really haven't saved any steps at all. You still have to plug it in.

    I think it would be nice to travel with since you only need the mat, pod and the included adapters (it comes with adapters to fit popular items.) It also comes with a little case to hold the extra adapters, but they all don't fit! I thought that was goofy to design a special item to hold the included adapters, but only some fit in it.

    It would be nice if phones, ipods, etc. came "mat-ready", but they don't. At least not yet. I do use it. It is nice having a little area that can charge my ipod, blackberry, and sansa and only having to fool with the adapters, not all those chargers. So it is convenient, just not wirelessly for me yet. I may change my mind about my current case and spring for the powermat one. Easy might trump sparkly.

    edit: I have had this for a while now, and I do use it everyday. I like it more than I did when I first got it. I like that I can plug the adapter thing in once place, then put the stuff on the mat instead of reaching for the cord near some outlet(I have my mat in a drawer...i ran an extra outlet behind one of my kitchen cabinets so I can plug it in there. Keys, change, phones and the mat can all go in the top drawer as we walk in the house.) I keep the adapters right next to it in a little box and charge my blackberry, ipod, and iphone alternately. It is nicer than having all those cords with the chunky blocks on one end and a power strip in there.) P.S., I still kept my sparky case!
    32 of 35 people found the following review helpful
    Powermat =not Qi compliant, Duracell Powermat =Qi compliant 13 Dec. 2012
    By John Manderbach - Published on
    Verified Purchase
    Point of information for those of you unaware. This Powermat is not Qi compliant which means it doesn't work with many products. This is different than the Duracell Powermat products which are Qi compliant. I made the mistake of assuming the they were the same and now I must return this item.
    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    Does Not Work With HTC DNA 18 Dec. 2012
    By Tim - Published on
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    I have the new HTC DNA that has the built in inductive charging feature. I was disappointed to see that this charger doesn't work with the built in wireless charger in my phone. I could use the adapter to charge it but whats the point? If I have to plug a wire into my phone I might as well just use my wall charger that verizon supplied with the phone. I will be going to the verizon store today to just buy the Nokia charger that they suggest.
    21 of 27 people found the following review helpful
    Think about it 26 April 2011
    By J. Hall - Published on
    The whole point of this mat is convenience. It comes with one receiver and you can buy a second one. I have a boxful of special power cables for every little piece of tech in my house. It's a mess. The powermat works like a universal charger for me. Sometimes, it's just not worth it to dig for my box of power cables to find "the one" for whatever I am trying to charge. With the powermat and the universal receiver, I don't have to worry about that anymore. I am still using a cable, but I don'[t have to hunt for an outlet or tie one up. The mat will charge two things at once. It does use a small amount of power even when you aren't charging anything, though. Think about it, you want a boxful of chargers, or just one?
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