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DLO WallDock iPhone & iPod Charger

DLO WallDock Charger (Images courtesy DLO)
By Andrew Liszewski

Apple has managed to get the power adapter for their iPods and iPhones pretty small over the years, but if you still hate dealing with white cables you might want to consider DLO’s WallDock. ($24.99) It plugs into any wall outlet and thanks to a pivoting dock connector and cushioned top, your iPhone or iPod simply has to lean back against the wall and rest while its battery is recharged. Of course the design means the WallDock can’t really be used with a power bar, so if that’s all that’s available you’ll just have to suck it up and go back to using your sync cable.

[ DLO WallDock ] VIA [ The Gadgeteer ]








  • xuan1982

    i-phone charger is so cool,
    so i collect up and show my collection to you.

    http://www.esaleschina.com/electronic-gadgets-l

  • Nikkita Croix

    Not much information on this, how long does it take to charge? It says it arbitrarily faster than some make-believe charger that is by their definition slower than this charger. I don't understand this product at all, why not just add a cable that way I could put my phone where I want instead of leaving it precariously leaning against the wall where it will be play with and chewed on by any stray cats, dogs, or babies that happen to crawl by.

  • Grangoire

    Here's to hoping there's no power surge, or to hoping the charger itself has surge protection built in.

    *ZAP!*

  • mcman

    Haven't you heard, AT&T has no coverage.

  • Jessicat

    Well I don't like leaving things unsecured like that. But the whole point is to be simple docking station on the wall. So it accomplishes what it wanted to.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Austin-Kirschenmann/562636255 Austin Kirschenmann

    Not to be a poop face or anything, but why is this featured here? A wall charger? Big deal. And if it really is a big deal then why wouldn't a wall charger for other devices be featured? I'm just not very fond of this whole apple/ipod/iphone fad… And if you ask me, thats just what it is, a fad. A fad of a company and their product (though the product is useful).

  • Jessicat

    Well I don't like leaving things unsecured like that. But the whole point is to be simple docking station on the wall. So it accomplishes what it wanted to.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Austin-Kirschenmann/562636255 Austin Kirschenmann

    Not to be a poop face or anything, but why is this featured here? A wall charger? Big deal. And if it really is a big deal then why wouldn't a wall charger for other devices be featured? I'm just not very fond of this whole apple/ipod/iphone fad… And if you ask me, thats just what it is, a fad. A fad of a company and their product (though the product is useful).