Belkin Conserve Valet F7C008q Energy-Saving USB Charging Station

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Belkin Conserve Valet F7C008q Energy-Saving USB Charging Station

  • Charges up to 4 mobile devices at the same time (USB output)
  • Replaces up to 4 charging bricks with one simple power cord to free up wall outlets
  • Integrated timer turns off after 4.5 hours of charging time to save energy
  • Reduce clutter with a designated charging spot and an innovative cord management system
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging

Benefits

Taking notes while listening to a conversation.

Buying Questions

  • Does the headset fit your head? Or ear?
  • Can the receiver of the call hear your voice without static?

Belkin Conserve Valet – Energy Saving USB Charging Station (F7C008q)

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One Response to “Belkin Conserve Valet F7C008q Energy-Saving USB Charging Station

  • Review by Richard Aubin

    I really like this charger, we brought it down to a small conference and set it up in the conference office. We configured its four ports with two iPhone cables and the included mini-USB and micro-USB cables. I think it is fair to say that the device was a hit – people could put a phone of almost any stripe on the charger. Over the course of the conference, we charged maybe a dozen different types of phones (and even a MiFi) without any issues.

    The one problem was the “automatic” timer. As it turns out, it’s just a timed 4.5 hour switch – not some kind of smart system that detects current draw. So, if someone puts a phone on it and turns on the charger, it will go off in 4.5 hours – which is fine – unless someone else shows up two hours later and adds their phone (which will only get a 2.5 hour charge). As a result, we had a lot of phones that would not get a full charge because the device had shut off and no one had realized they needed to turn it back on. The indicator light is very, very dim (perhaps part of the energy savings?), so it’s not very noticeable from a simple glance if the unit is on – you really have to look at the power light.

    It’s a good device, but its limitations should be resolved in the next iteration with an option to turn off the power-saving feature or to change the timer length to 8 or 16 hours.

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