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TomTom Universal High-Speed Multi-Charger (iPod, iPhone, Smartphones)
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- Charges up to 4 x faster and charges up to 3 devices at the same time
- Works in cars, caravans and trucks
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Charge up to 3 devices at the same time with the high speed multi charger. The charger is compatible with most USB devices such as mobile phones, MP3 players and navigation devices as well as high voltage devices such an in-car DVD system. The 2.1 amp port is especially suitable for extra fast charging of high power USB devices like the iPad, iPod and iPhone. To get optimal performance from your TomTom navigation device, use TomTom accessories.
Charge up to 3 devices at the same time with the high speed multi charger. The charger is compatible with most USB devices such as mobile phones, MP3 players and navigation devices as well as high voltage devices such an in-car DVD system. The 2.1 amp port is especially suitable for extra fast charging of high power USB devices like the iPad, iPod and iPhone. To get optimal performance from your TomTom navigation device, use genuine TomTom accessories.See all Product Description
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Wish tom tom made more of these kinds of products as they are the only brand that has stayed in my car for years and never let me down.
If I had to pick a very niche drawback it's that when I'm using my iPhone with an FM transmitter, I seem to get a lot more interference when the phone is charging off the quick charge socket than when I plug it into the other USB port. Not a huge deal, just an oddity that I've recently noticed. I still recommend the product.
The second port, marked "Fast Charging" however uses the incompatible proprietary Apple charging method. If you connect a non-apple device to this port, it will only draw 0.5A at most, which is not enough for most devices to charge and be used at the same time.
This is very confusing as the TomTom description implies that this port will work with any high power USB device, which simply is not true.
Just wanted to add 2 comments,
1) You can trick a compliant device into drawing more then 0.5A on the "Fast Charging" port by using a special "charging-only" USB cable or adapter. So NOT a regular USB data cable! Such a charging-only cable has the 2 data pins (D- and D+) crossed which will cause the device to draw more power.
2) I just got a new car, a 2012 BMW 3-series (F30) and the charger will not fit with USB cables attached in the centre console.
I would suggest you to check your car's cigarette socket, if it is in a even surface and has no obstacles around, this product could be great, but if it is deep underneath surface, or have knobs/buttons etc around, think again if this one will fit. The plug is just long enough to be plugged in, does not have extra length for a deep socket.
Anyway, this is the only product I can find that gives two USB socket also with another cigarette socket - which if you use with another 2 USB charger, you can get totally 4 USB outputs (which is the reason I bought it)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good item. Fast charge is fast.
Test before Chinese charger but they were broken after 3 months.
Tomtom have now 6 months and using every day nothing broken.
Have to say didn't really give me a faster charging time than any other car charger, but one of only a few that gives you the option of giving you the use of a cigarette lighter... Read morePublished 8 days ago by kevin hyde
Does exactly what is says it would do. Charges items very quickly and def with buying.Published 9 days ago by trigger
A really useful accessory for my new 6" screen Tomtom and my phone (using the attached USB port). Read morePublished 12 days ago by John Hewitt
Lost my official charger for my tomtom 6000. Bought this thinking its 2A high speed charge facility would be adequate. Read morePublished 1 month ago by C. Johnson