Power without cables: “MagPower5” Wireless Power Pack
Inductive charging gives us the possibility to charge our mobile phones in the car’s glove compartment, on our desk and also while we’re on the go. Simply by placing the smartphone on the charger. It’s like magic – with the Hama “MagPower5”, you can charge inductively wherever you are in the world.
Fast charging on the go without cables
With the wireless charging power pack, you can charge your smartphone without any cables. The power pack has a precise, magnetic orientation for effortless use with the MagSafe technology. In the office, in the car or in business meetings: you won’t need a cable or a power socket. The charging process begins automatically as soon as the smartphone touches the power pack and ends when you remove your smartphone from it.
Safe charging without worries
Charging couldn't be more gentle: the quick charger is optimally protected against overcharging, overvoltage, overheating and short circuits. So you can be sure of full charging power at any time, in addition to maximum quality and safety in the charging cycle. The optimally designed charging process protects the battery and extends its life.
Compact, lightweight design
The magnetic battery pack docks securely to your smartphone, which enables you to carry on using the mobile phone without restriction. Thanks to the compact design, you can even charge your smartphone in your trouser pocket while jogging – a real win-win situation. What’s more, the inductive power bank is a true everyday champion and fits perfectly in every environment.
Maximum compatibility with all devices
Using just one quick charger, you can charge all the devices you need on a regular basis – as long as they are capable of wireless charging! And all entirely without an irritating tangle of cables. The induction charger works with all Apple MagSafe compatible devices and Hama MagLine products. Give your smartphone a kick of induction and charge the battery up with total flexibility – on the beach, in a café or on the metro.