Charge your iPod, iPhone or iPad with Lightning connector while you drive with Belkin's 2.1 Amp Car Charger. A low-profile design fits flush with your dash, while the durable lightning connector is reversible for quick and easy connection. Rubber grips lets you easily insert and remove the car charger with ease and a green indicator light tells you when your device is charging.
- Ultra-compact design fits easily in your dash
- 2.1 Amp/10 Watts of power for quick charging
- 4 foot cable with reversible Lightning connector
- Rubber grips helps when inserting and removing your charger
- Green light lets you see when your iOS device is charging
Did you notice?Plugging in your iPad, iPhone or iPad is quicker and easier than ever thanks to the reversible Lighting connector.
Apple Recommends ForUnlimited playing and standby time while on the road from your Lightning enabled iOS device.
What's in the Box?
- Belkin Car Charger with Lightning Connector
- User manual
- Other Features: Charging
- Mfr. Part Number: F8J075btBLK
- UPC or EAN No.: 722868945483
Non-Apple Branded products / Third Party Products
- Note: Apple's One Year Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Non-Apple branded products may have the benefit of a manufacturer's warranty provided by the product manufacturer - Please see your product box and literature for details. Rights under the product manufacturer's warranty are in addition, and not instead of, any rights that you have under consumer protection laws.
Ratings & Reviews
Doesn't work if you have a case on your phone
The connector end can't slide in the phone far enough if you have a case (mine is even a Belkin case!) on your phone. I'll have to The connector end can't slide in the phone far enough if you have a case (mine is even a Belkin case!) on your phone. I'll have to take it back. Very inconvenient to have to take the case off each time I charge in the car. …
- Written by Kimberly B from Alexandria
136 of 169 people found this useful
Charger works great, but doesn't fit my case
I absolutely agree with the other reviewer. The charger works well, but it is too big to fit into the phone case. It is a very p I absolutely agree with the other reviewer. The charger works well, but it is too big to fit into the phone case. It is a very poor design. I had to return mine, and will wait for another one that fits like the one included with the phone. …
- Written by Brian E from Louisville
96 of 119 people found this useful
First to market lightning car charger!
This charger from Belkin works like a charm! Gotta love Belkin's superior build quality and reliability.
If you're looking for This charger from Belkin works like a charm! Gotta love Belkin's superior build quality and reliability.
If you're looking for a quality charger for your iPhone or iPad, look no further! …
- Written by John K from Toronto
90 of 130 people found this useful
Connector is coming loose from wiring
I have had this charger a bit over 12 months but now I can see the connector coming loose from the wire. The build quality was not I have had this charger a bit over 12 months but now I can see the connector coming loose from the wire. The build quality was not as sturdy as the genuine Apple cable and since this is a one piece unit I will have to completely replace the charger and cable.
Also you can't use this charger and play music properly at the same time since you hear all the electrical static. …
- Written by Ignatius T from Croydon
it worked for a month for me and now it is dead
this charger worked for me almost a month and now is dead .my iPhone doesn't recognize this charger any more !!!!
- Written by Polin K from Fremont
2 of 2 people found this useful
My Belkin USB car charger and cable purchased from the Apple Store in Meadowhall Sheffield lasted 1 week before it would only char My Belkin USB car charger and cable purchased from the Apple Store in Meadowhall Sheffield lasted 1 week before it would only charge with the cable a certain way around, now after 3 weeks it won't charge at all.
"This accessory may not be supported" appears on screen.
When using the cable in to my laptop it recognises the iPhone in iTunes it simply does not charge it anymore.
Waste of £25, I'll be taking it back for a refund and buying a genuine cable.
Why do Apple even sell this it's obviously unreliable? …
- Written by Nick K from Sheffield
1 of 1 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
Will this fit iPad Air?
- Asked by Judith R from Smithville
Yes, the lightning connector is compatible with iPad air, also the Amp rate is enough.
- Answered by Roy G
Can i use the lightning connector to charge through PC or can it be disconnected from the device that plugs in the cigarette lighter socket?
- Asked by Malek S from Abu Dhabi
No, you can't disconnect it.
- Answered by Stefan P
what is the necessary charging amps for both current iphones and ipads? ... im looking at a portable charger that has both 2.1 and 1 amp plugins...
- Asked by Roger M from Arcadia
can you use itunes with this?
- Asked by Shauna M from Swanton
This device is a cigarette lighter (or similar power outlet) to Lightning cable. it will charge devi This device is a cigarette lighter (or similar power outlet) to Lightning cable. it will charge devices with the current lightning ports only. There is no bluetooth or wifi connectivity with this device …
- Answered by Shane B
Will this work in truck cigarette lighter 24volt as well as 12volt?
- Asked by Daniel T from Red Cliffs
Yes, it will. It doesn't say on the box, but find it on the German Apple site.
- Answered by Stefan P
What's the current for charging iPhone5?
- Asked by Fu D from Shanghai
The Belkin Car Charger with Lightning connector will output Max 2.1 Amps. This does not mean that i The Belkin Car Charger with Lightning connector will output Max 2.1 Amps. This does not mean that it will provide 2.1 Amps only. It will provide the attached device whatever Amps it requires upto a Max of 2.1 Amps.
If we assume from your question that the Iphone 5 draws 1Amp. then this is what will be the current charge. …
- Answered by Belkin Uk 1