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PowerTraveller Motormonkey Multiple Charging Device
PowerTraveller Motormonkey Multiple Charging Device
Offered by Flashmemo-Uk
Price: 14.99

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great value for money and low profile charger, 11 Jan 2010
Looking for an iPod / iPhone charger for the van and found this on Amazon.
Liked the idea of the low profile charger end (sick of the previous charger banging my hand everytime I changed gear, and it had broken because of the fact it stuck out so far). The number of charger "ends" it comes with is very impressive (charges PSP, mini USB as well as majority of the number of phones)and it looks great.
As USB is a pretty common charging method now, it makes sense. Also means that if you take the "white" cable with you to charge using the monkey, you can also detach it and sync the iPod or iPhone whilst away too.
All in all, a very nicely designed piece of kit - have bought another one since for another car.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Possibly the best iPhone case yet?, 10 Dec 2009
Looked for some time for a low profile case. Looked at the AirJacket, and several others before found this (originally) on a US website. Was only available then in the US, but wrote to VOI! and they said it was becoming available in the UK the very next week! Nice customer service.
Received the case within two days of order, and first impressions were great. The suede effect rear panel on the actual part that cushions the iPhone itself feels nice, and is sure to keep the rear of the phone clean and scratch free. You have to kind of squeeze the phone into the bottom shell part of the case, so it is a great fit and really holds the phone in place.

The skinny front plate clicks solidly into place, and you again have to squeeze the fascia to engage it all around the phone. It feels secure, and the raised fascia means when you put the phone down face first, the fascia is the only part of the case that tounches the surface (desktop or table).

One key thing is the little "window" in the back of the case, which means the part of the iPhone which contains the aerial has nothing in the way of the signal. I compared this to my titanium finish AirJacket, which lost 3 bars of signal when in place, and the VOI! where I lost no bars. The iPhone is a sensitive device and these little touches count!

The lanyard strap actually came in really useful on day four when I JUST caught it taking it out of my pocket. All in all a great case, easy access to charging socket and buttons etc too. Thoroughly recommend it.

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