OverviewThe Belkin Charge + Sync Dock has a built-in Lightning connector, so you can dock your iPhone 5, iPod touch (5th generation), or iPod nano (7th generation) for hands-free charging and syncing. And because the dock is compatible with most iPhone 5, iPod touch (5th generation) and iPod nano (7th generation) cases, you don't have to remove your case before docking
- Painted aluminum finish
- Compatible with most cases
- Uses your existing power supply
- Four-foot hardwire USB cable
Did you notice?Built-in Lightning connector for hands-free docking
Apple Recommends ForCharge and sync your iPhone 5 or iPod touch (5th generation) while it's securely docked and easy to view.
What's in the Box?
- Belkin Charge + Sync Dock with Lightning Connector for iPhone 5
- Height : 16 mm/0.63 in.
- Width : 104.9 mm/4.13 in.
- Weight : 199 g
- Mfr. Part Number : F8J045bt
- UPC or EAN No. : 722868945452
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iPod nano 7th Generation
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Ratings & Reviews
100% Satisfied. Could not be happier!
Careful, some of the negative reviews are geared towards the other Belkin 5 dock with audio port which was poorly designed because the cable would come out. My review is for the most recent 5 dock that Belkin released WITHOUT the audio port. This is the dock I had been waiting for. It has the built-in lightning connector and works exactly how a dock should work. Just make sure you know which Belkin 5 dock to purchase. You want the one with the built-in lightning connector WITHOUT the audio port. Enjoy! …
- Written by Michael R from Northbrook
101 of 110 people found this useful
Finally!! A Legitimate Iphone 5 Dock!!
Finally!! Finally!! I have had my Iphone 5 since October and have been desperately looking for a legitimate, quality dock. I hav e tried a few (one off of Amazon that broke in a few days and another one, Sinjamoru, that I had to use my own lightning chord...not a great fit and always coming loose!) I have had this Belkin dock for a few days and it is awesome. It is a very nice quality product (with a nice balanced weight) that you would expect Apple to back. The reviewers below are right...don't confuse this dock with Belkin's first one that utilized your existing lightning cable. This one has its own cable and it works great. I even have a Seidio Surface case on it and it still docks perfectly every time. I have been reading the mac forums and I know you guys are looking for a great dock that you don't have to spend a fortune on (Elevation, Podi-m, etc). Well, your search is over...a legitimate dock has finally arrived!!
BTW...Apple's customer service was awesome. I called to get a little more info on this dock and the gentleman that I talked to not only knew about it, but he owned one himself. So after a few minutes of him gushing about how much he liked it and giving me some awesome info on it, I knew I had to order one. Also, he said if I didn't like it I could simply return it to an Apple store...more convienent that dealing with returning it through the mail.
So, as you can tell, I am very satisfied with this product and purchase experience. I would highly recommend it to anyone and even bought one for my boss. He texted me last night "Wow!! Awesome Dock!!" …
- Written by SHANE D from MANCHESTER
81 of 92 people found this useful
This is the GOOD one
No, no, no. Don't listen to the bad reviews. They are likely talking about the first Belkin dock for i5. The Apple Store stopped carrying that one a week after a bought it in December 2012.
This one is the one to get. It does not require a cable, like the last one. It is sturdy and holds the i5 securely. The Lightning jack even tilts a bit to ease removing and installing the phone. Now I can use my i5 comfortably at my desk while working. …
- Written by Gregory R from Oakland
68 of 76 people found this useful
Does not work with many cases
Contrary to what is stated in the blurb, this dock will not accept Speck or SwitchEasy cases. This is particularly irritating beca use not only are these common brands, but it would have been easy to design the flange with a removable spacer that allowed the dock to accommodate the extra thickness of a case. I gave the dock two stars because it seems to be otherwise well built. …
- Written by E R C from Victoria
6 of 8 people found this useful
I've had my dock for 2 months now, and could not be happier. My partner picked one up for himself after I told him how great it is . I'll be picking another one up for my office, since it's so slim, sleek, and simple. Highly recommend! …
- Written by Ben ッ from Aliso Viejo
7 of 8 people found this useful
Not compatible with Speck cases (or probably any other case)
The ad states "Compatible with most cases." Not true. There is a large flange just below the lightning connector that prevents a ll the cases I have seen from connecting. Certainly it was not compatible with my Speck case. This item is acceptable if you don't have a case on your iPhone but avoid it if you have the done sensible thing and put your iPhone in a case. …
- Written by Stephen M G from Chevy Chase
11 of 16 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
- Asked by Azalia Z from Grand Canyon
- Mar 24, 2013
Only used for lightning devices only so right now (april 2013 )iPhone 5,iPod touch 5,iPod Nano 7
- Answered by Eugene Y
- Apr 19, 2013
- Asked by Kenneth R from North Reading
- May 8, 2013
No answers yet
- Asked by James L from Oldsmar
- Feb 14, 2013
- Asked by Linda G from Pembroke Pines
- Jan 31, 2013
- Asked by Nathan B from Freeport
- Feb 1, 2013
It doesn't work. It works with a standard case, but the Otterbox is too big plus the flap covering the Lightning Connector prohibits the connection. …
- Answered by Chuck S from Gainesville
- Mar 22, 2013