Milwaukee Dual Battery Charger: MILWAUKEE 48-59-1802
The Milwaukee Dual Bay Simultaneous Rapid Charger (DBSR) is a high capacity DC fast charging system that allows you to charge multiple devices at once from one outlet. The DBSR provides up to 3A continuous current, which means it will fully recharge your phone or tablet in under 2 hours, while simultaneously recharging other devices such as laptops and tablets in just over 1 hour. The DBSR can provide up to 5V output, which is enough power to charge most phones and tablets.
You may have seen many ads claiming that they are able to deliver faster charging times with their chargers. While these claims may seem impressive, there are several problems with them. First of all, they don’t always work. Second, they cost a lot more than regular chargers.
Third, if you do not use the full potential of the device’s capabilities when using a DBSR, then you will still need to plug in another power source to charge the device again.
Another problem with some of these “fast” chargers is that they can damage your devices due to overheating. These so-called “fast” chargers actually end up damaging your device’s battery and will cause it to fail quickly.
The DBSR, due to its high capacity and high current, does not have any of these problems. The DBSR comes with 2 USB cables, one Micro USB, and one iPad 30-pin cable. You can charge tablets, smartphones, cameras, speakers and most any other USB device with this single charger. Unlike many other “fast” chargers on the market, the DBSR is not hard on your devices and will not cause them to fail or stop working.
The DBSR can be used to charge most USB devices within 1-2 hours. In fact, in many cases, it can extend the lifetime of your battery due to its intelligent charging abilities. If you use this charger to charge your iPad or tablet, it will take about an hour and a half. Due to the high capacity and intelligence of this charger, it is able to support virtually any device that can be charged with a USB cable or Micro USB.
This includes the vast majority of smart phones, tablets, speakers, cameras and many other devices.
The DBSR will charge different devices at different levels based on how much power they need. For example, if you have a tablet which requires 2.1A to charge, then you will need to set the dial to 2.1A.
Your iPad will begin to charge instantly and in 1-2 hours it will be fully charged. Other devices such as phones, which typically require 1A, will begin to charge instantly and will be fully charged within an hour and a half.
The DBSR can also automatically detect the maximum current required to charge your device, meaning that you don’t need to set the dial at all, it will do it automatically.
The DBSR is small enough to fit in your pocket and can be easily transported from one location to another. It comes with a durable case, so if you do carry it around often, then you won’t risk damaging it.
This product should appeal to everyone who needs to charge various devices on a regular basis. This would include students, those who work in offices or those who travel frequently. It would also be of great use for those who own coffee shops, restaurants or other places of business.
For a limited time, we are offering FREE SHIPPING on all orders over $50! The DBSR can be used to charge your tablet instantly and also to charge your phone within 1-2 hours. It is small enough to fit in your pocket and can charge virtually any USB device.
We only have a limited quantity of these available at the special Kickstarter price. Help support this project and get your DBSR now.
Please Note: USB cables are not included. We offer USB cables for sale on our site if you need one.
The DBSR is compatible with the following devices:
iPad 1st Gen
iPad 2nd Gen
iPad 3rd Gen
iPad 4th Gen
iPod 5th Gen
Samsung Galaxy S2
Samsung Galaxy S3
Samsung Galaxy Note
Motorola Droid 3
Motorola Droid 4
HTC One X
HTC EVO 3D
HTC EVO 4G
LG Optimus LTE
LG Nitro HD
Sony Xperia Play
Dell Streak 5
Amazon Fire Phone
Galaxy Note 2
Galaxy Note 3
MSI Star 3
General Mobile Phone
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