PowerJolt Dual charges any two USB-rechargeable devices safely and quickly, with 10 watts of charging power. Use one port to charge your iPad, iPod or iPhone; at the same time, use the other for any other USB-chargeable device.
Comes with a detachable USB to 30-pin dock connector cable that you can use separately to sync your iOS device to your computer. To charge other USB-charging devices, just plug the cable that shipped with your device into either of PowerJolt's industry-standard Type-A USB ports.
Twin charging indicators light up to show charging status of each device at a glance. Built-in SmartFuse protects your equipment against surges and resets with no fuses to replace.
- For iPad, iPod, iPhone, tablets and other USB devices
- Charge two USB devices at once, 10 watts (5 volts DC at 2.1 amps) per channel
- Includes dock cable for iPad/iPod/iPhone
- SmartFuse protects with no blown fuses to replace
Did you notice?Twin USB ports give you twice the charging capacity.
Apple Recommends ForA great travel companion to charge two iPad, iPhone, iPod or any other USB-rechargeable devices while on-the-go.
What's in the Box?
- Griffin PowerJolt Dual
- Detachable USB to 30-pin dock connector cable
- Other Features: Charging
- Power Source: USB,AC
- Mfr. Part Number: GC23139
- UPC or EAN No.: 685387329281
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- Warranty: One year
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can i use this car charger for iPhone5 also?
- Asked by Syed A from Sharjah
Yes - I asked the same question to someone on the online chat and they confirmed it does. The manufa Yes - I asked the same question to someone on the online chat and they confirmed it does. The manufacturer simply hasn't updated their tech specs yet …
- Answered by Ryan S
is this more powerful than the standard one. I find tomtom app quickly drains battery even when charging
- Asked by John W
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Does this product also allow you to play music out of your vehicles speakers?
- Asked by Shelley S from Clearwater
No. For that kind of performance you might consider the Griffin iTrip DualConnect.
- Answered by Allen W from Stafford
not 100% but i thought screenlock was adjustable in the settings in your phone
- Answered by Mark W
can you plug this charger into a car's 12 volt cigarette lighter?
- Asked by David P from Kokomo
The product specifications note that the power input is from a car and 12v so I'd *assume* you can s The product specifications note that the power input is from a car and 12v so I'd *assume* you can safely plug into the cigarette spot. That's what I plan on doing at least. …
- Answered by Melanie A from Carmichael
will this work with iPhone 5 using the Apple lightning cable?
- Asked by Robert H from Rochester Hills
Should do, yes, all these chargers produce 5v, reduced down from the 12v car supply. The Lightning C Should do, yes, all these chargers produce 5v, reduced down from the 12v car supply. The Lightning Cable has a USB connector on one end and the Lightning connector on the other. The USB standard stipulates that power is transmitted at 5v so using the Lightning cable plugged into this charger should be fine. I'm getting one anyway for an iPhone 5... …
- Answered by James T