Never replace batteries again with Mobee's magical wireless inductive charger for the Magic Mouse. The sleek and unobtrusive design lets your mouse rest easy on a sleek charging station that plugs in to a USB port. The set up takes just a minute.
A full charge takes approximately five hours and then lasts and lasts for worry-free pointing and clicking. Have to travel? No worries, because a full charge will last about six days. And if your trip is longer, the slim device is easily portable.
- Six days of autonomous power on a full charge
- Easy set up—can be completed in a minute
- USB powered
- Slim and light, so it's ideal for mobile users
- Go green and stop replacing AA batteries
Did you notice?A steady green LED means you’re fully charged and ready for action.
Apple Recommends ForUninterrupted use of your Magic Mouse without having to hunt down AA batteries.
What's in the Box?
- Battery pack
- Base station
- Mini USB cable
- Connections: USB
- Height: 0.35 in./0.9cm
- Width: 2.55 in./6.5cm
- Weight: 1.94 oz./55g (Base station); 1.30 oz./37g (Replacement battery pack)
- Length: 4.64 in./11.8cm
- UPC or EAN No.: 661799027915
- 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. Benefits under the manufacturer's warranty are in addition to rights provided by consumer law. For details, click here.
- Warranty: One year
Ratings & Reviews
Great product, but do not put on iMac stand
Really easy and always a powered mouse.
BUT, do not put the charge unit on the aluminium stand of a iMac. The induction based c Really easy and always a powered mouse.
BUT, do not put the charge unit on the aluminium stand of a iMac. The induction based charge principle is negatively influenced by the metal of the stand, making it show 'waiting' stae in stead of charging.
Puttingit slightly outside the stand ensures no troubles!.
Cheers and have fun …
- Written by Gerhard L from Milltimber
253 of 273 people found this useful
Ignore the Mac OS battery status
I just pop my Magic Mouse on it overnight once a week and never have to worry about replacing the batteries. It works just as you' I just pop my Magic Mouse on it overnight once a week and never have to worry about replacing the batteries. It works just as you'd expect, except the Battery Level reading in the Mac OS bluetooth menu only refreshes when you take the battery pack out of the mouse and re-insert it. Which means it can be showing 100% for days, then all of a sudden it drops to 6% and then stops a minute later. Apart from that little annoyance it's a convenient way to charge up your battery-sapping Magic Mouse. …
- Written by DOMINIC H from WELSHPOOL
159 of 169 people found this useful
Doesn't last long enough
If you don't charge the mouse every time your not using it, the battery will run out in one or two days. Also the battery level in If you don't charge the mouse every time your not using it, the battery will run out in one or two days. Also the battery level indicator is not very accurate. Generally, it goes from around a 100% to 40% and then to 6% at which point you have minutes before the battery will run out. Also make sure you turn the mouse of before you charge it or it doesn't charge. The battery level will remain at the same level. …
- Written by Marlon P from Kingston Upon Thames
160 of 195 people found this useful
Plastic Can Break
Wanted to add a 2015 review. I've had one of these Mobee units since they came out. Apart from the base rubbing sightly on the des Wanted to add a 2015 review. I've had one of these Mobee units since they came out. Apart from the base rubbing sightly on the desk (see below), it has always worked well. Never once has it lost connection! It lasts several days of heavy use - I charge it less than once a week overnight (Mac in sleep mode)!
Yes, the battery level on the menu bar seems hit or miss, but after reading (on here) that I need to pop the battery out after charging to reset the level, it's fine (6% jumped to 95%)!
And, ironically, as my cousin (150 miles away) and I both found out on the same day, the battery compartment - or, sled - is plastic! I noticed by chance, and he broke his! It has to be plastic though, as it is charged inductively! Metal will shield this process. Try putting some thin tin foil between the charger and mouse!!!
Hence (from above) why there is a slight rubbing... The plastic 'sled' is thicker than the wafer thin original aluminium base! The mouse still slides around my desk with minimal effort! NOTE: Both my cousin and I were thinking of cutting off the battery compartment (off the sled), machining some slots in the original base (to allow the inductive charging to work), and glueing the two parts together - for a better fit! We both have way too much free time!!! :-))) …
- Written by darth V from RADSTOCK
Nice concept but lacks quality
I have had the Mobee Charger for just over a year now. The biggest issue is the battery pack fit. I have to put paper inside the m I have had the Mobee Charger for just over a year now. The biggest issue is the battery pack fit. I have to put paper inside the mouse to stop the connection dropping all the time. Not something you would expect to do considering the price. The outside area of the battery pack is starting to turn a strange pinky, white color - I looks as if it is melting or burning. However the concept of how the charger works and the way it looks has been well designed its just a shame about the quality and not to mention I am wondering about whether it is safe to continue using the charger. …
- Written by Erin-katie S from Belfast
Stops working almost straight away
Great idea - terrible execution.
Manufacturing is of such poor quality that the unit stops working after a week max. The battery Great idea - terrible execution.
Manufacturing is of such poor quality that the unit stops working after a week max. The battery unit that you slot into your mac magic mouse doesn't stay in place and eventually breaks off, making it useless. Don't buy. …
- Written by Katharine A U from New York
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
How long does it take to charge the batteries?
- Asked by Janis L from Terre Haute
To quote the details just above!
A full charge takes approximately five hou To quote the details just above!
A full charge takes approximately five hours and then lasts and lasts for worry-free pointing and clicking. Have to travel? No worries, because a full charge will last about six days. And if your trip is longer, the slim device is easily portable. …
- Answered by Doug S from Lake Villa
Does it come with a USB power adapter
- Asked by Ben K from Ypsilanti
It comes with a USB cable that you can plug into any USB port, but doesn't come with a power brick t It comes with a USB cable that you can plug into any USB port, but doesn't come with a power brick that plugs into a household outlet and provides a USB port. In other words, you need to provide the USB port to plug the cable into. …
- Answered by Caleb S from Catonsville
Can the batteries be charged at any time or do they need to be low before charging?
- Asked by Kevin K from Long Beach
Yes, you can charge the battery at any time, you don't need to wait a low battery
- Answered by Mobee T
Do the batteries actually have to be in the mouse to charge on the charger?
- Asked by Janis L from Terre Haute
No the battery pack can be charged directly on the charging station.
- Answered by Mobee T
Do the batteries inside the mouse have to be replaced?
- Asked by Tobi S from Prineville
No, They are encased in a holder. Just put in the mouse and forget.
- Answered by Paul D