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S$56.80

4-in-1 Wireless Charger, Clock, Bluetooth Speaker, Powerbank, (5
[W-LWC-SP2]




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Wireless Phone Charger With Clock 5W


Features

Portable Mobile Wireless Charging, Alarm Clock, Bluetooth Speaker

Model :LWC-SP2

1)NEXT-GENERATION TECHNOLOGY:

Wireless charging power bank with a shared coil for Qi output using WPC Qi wireless charging standard v 1.2.4.,

2)CORD-FREE MOBILE POWER:

Supports wireless charging at up to 1A for Qi-compatible Android devices and latest iPhones

3)VERSATILE:

Unique wireless speaker with integrated wireless charging pad and alarm clock as well as the powerbank function

4)DURABLE:

Operating distance up to 10 metres for wireless music. Music play time up to 10 hours. Can be powered either by battery or by connection to a USB port

5)PORTABLE:

With an integrated 4000 mAh battery that can charge your phone via the wireless charging pad

6)COMPATIBLE:

Works for Apple iPhone 8/8 Plus, iPhone X and up, Galaxy Note 8, S8 / S8+ / S7 / S6, Note 5, LG G4, Nexus 6, Moto Droid Turbo, Nexus 5/7(2013)/4, Nokia Lumia 1020/920/928, MOTO Droid Maxx/Droid Mini, HTC Droid DNA, HTC Rzound,Blackberry Z30, Pentax WG-III camera, and Other Qi-Enabled Phones and Tablets

7) Advanced safety features

Short Circuit ProtectionTemperature Control Output Voltage Surge Protection Output Current Stabilizer Power Overload Recovery Battery Cell Protection Auto Shut-off Sleep Mode Input Voltage Surge Protection Output Current Limiter Low Voltage Protection

MAIN FEATURES

• Speaker:High magnetic Ulta-thin all frequency 40mm

• Input: Micro USB DC 5V 2.0A

• Output: wireless: 5W

• Warranty: 1 year warranty

• Dim.: 90.0mm×85.0mm×85.0mm, p.380 gr. Cable length:150cm , p.45 gr.

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