For maximum convenience in nearly any location, the Griffin PowerDuo gives you both the PowerJolt auto charger and the PowerBlock AC charger.
- Charging from wall outlets, power strips and car outlets
- LEDs on PowerJolt and PowerBlocks change colour for at-a-glance check of charging status
- Amber/green charging status light
- Detachable dock connector to USB Type A cable (also connects iPad, iPhone or iPod to your computer)
- EnergyStar certified
Did you notice?You get a detachable USB-to-dock connector cable that lets you connect your iPad, iPhone or iPod to your computer as well as to the PowerJolt and PowerBlock.
Apple Recommends ForCharging your iPad, iPhone or iPod in the car or at home.
What's in the Box?
- Griffin PowerJolt auto charger
- Griffin PowerBlock AC charger
- USB Type A to dock connector cable
- Input power: 100 to 240 VAC
- Output power: 10 W (5 V DC @ 2.1 amps)
- Input power: 12 VDC
- Output power: 10 W (5 V DC @ 2.1 amps)
- Height : 3.5 in./8.9 cm
- Width : 1.5 in./3.8 cm
- Weight : 2.3 oz./65.2 g
- Power :
- Mfr. Part Number : NA23093
- UPC or EAN No. : 685387343232
- Note : Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple's Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.
iPad (1st generation)
iPad 2 (2nd generation)
iPod classic 80GB/160GB (2007)
iPod classic 120GB (2008)
iPod classic 160GB (2009)
iPod nano 4th Generation (video)
iPod nano 5th Generation (video camera)
iPod nano 6th Generation
iPod shuffle 4th Generation
iPod touch 2nd Generation
iPod touch 3rd Generation
iPod touch 4th Generation
Ratings & Reviews
Works okay, for about a year ...
I was satisfied with this charger, which I used both in my car and occasionally at work, for close to a year.
Then I started t o see error messages (using the car charger) that stated that the charger was not a supported accessory. If I jiggled the cable, took it out and replaced it, or unplugged the entire unit, the error message would often go away and the unit would charge. But sometimes, I simply could not get the charger to work.
Then the same messages started showing up while I was using the wall charger.
About 16 months after purchase, the unit stopped working in my car - even with jiggling. A week later, the wall unit stopped working as well.
I now have to buy another charger, and my phone still looks new.
I am very careful and gentle with my things - they usually last a very long time.
I do not recommend this product. …
- Written by Joan T from Mountain View
97 of 106 people found this useful
I brought this pair if chargers thinking I could save money on buying two separate ones, big mistake!
Mains charger is ok and a mple enough for the iPad, although the Griffin version of the dock plug is quite bulky and doesn't fit through the base of my iPhone case. But I have loads of Apple leads that do, so no real problem.
But the miniature car charger is next to impossible to remove from the car's accessory socket once inserted. There is nothing to grip or hold on to in order to pull it back out. I had to use a screwdriver in the end to lever it out, and damaged the casing. So I doubt very much I'll get a refund. …
- Written by Mark S from Maidstone
64 of 67 people found this useful
Simple and rugged charger
I've had mine for about 3 years and like the small form factor and charge indicators. Cables and car charger have survived much ab use. …
- Written by Adam B from Bedford
49 of 56 people found this useful
I have gone through 2 of these chargers in less than one year, as the chord seems to fail for whatever reason. I DO NOT recommend this product. …
- Written by Tim O from Cincinnati
22 of 24 people found this useful
I must blame myself for going the cheaper route. I plugged the charger into a socket at work and it started making crackling noise s the USB car charger port broke apart the wall charger only worked in random sockets and it completely stopped working after only a few months. Apples been great to me I'm going still going to shop apple for a new charger but this particular product I was completely unsatisfied with. …
- Written by Lori B from wilbraham
17 of 17 people found this useful
I bought this for a roadtrip and liked the fact that it came with both a car and wall charger. It works fine, though my phone does get hot when charging in the car. My biggest complaint though has to do with the fact that upon opening the charger and testing it the black face plate fell off instantly. Poor quality but it still works. For the cost ($39.95) I would have expected it to hold together for at least an hour but no such luck. …
- Written by Monica N from Ada
22 of 23 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
I ordered a 16GB IPAD (wi-fi only). Do you have a charger that I can plug in overseas (220 outlet)? If so where can I purchase one? Thankyou.
- Asked by Michelle G from Wildwood
- Jun 23, 2010
The charger that is included with your iPad can take input from 100 - 240 volt. So, it will work wi th 220 volt input just fine. However, outlet overseas may have different shapes. If this is the case, you can purchase a travel adapter that allows you to plug in your iPad charger in those 220 volt outlets. These adapters can be found at many places including stores in airports, luggage stores, or electronic stores. …
- Answered by P C from Redmond
- Jul 27, 2010