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IDAPT‘s i1 Eco is an eco-friendly universal charger that is compatible with over 4,500 mobile devices and allows its user to charge up to two devices simultaneously. This compact charger is completely made of recyclable materials, meets Energy Star standards, and has an “auto off” system designed to prevent the waste of electricity. Additionally, no chemical painting is used during its manufacturing in order to ease the process of future recycling. It can also be plugged into a wall, car, or computer and be used almost anywhere around the world thanks to its dual-voltage system.

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3 Comments

  1. shylab March 14, 2012 at 9:54 am

    I actually own this charger and I highly recommend it. I use it everywhere I go, as I travel frequently both domestically and internationally. It is one of those things that I legitimately need, as I depend on my gadgets for work, and it doesn’t hurt to know that it’s more eco-friendly than any standard charger out there. So yes, Caeman has a valid point, but since we all NEED to charge our devices,we might as well doing with something that is less damaging to the environment that the thousands of other chargers available in the market.

  2. caeman March 2, 2012 at 10:24 am

    For the cost of this item, it would take YEARS to recoup the cost in electric bill savings. In real-world testing, the cost of vampire devices — though measurable — is insignificant on one’s annual phone bill.

    For the manufacturing resources needed to make and distribute this product, a consumer would be far greener to simply learn to unplug devices not in use.

  3. Green Joy March 2, 2012 at 3:36 am

    Cool gadget. I’m guilty of leaving my gadgets plugged in after they’ve completely charged, and I bet this’ll help me save my gadgets’ lives. Cheers!

    Juan Miguel Ruiz
    GreenJoyment.com

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