The Good The Energizer Dual Inductive Charger charges phones conveniently without wires. The charger is easy to set up and can power three devices at once. It accommodates compatible phones without needing an add-on case or sleeve.
The Bad The Energizer Dual Inductive Charger is large, bulky, and not very portable. It only supports Qi-standard devices for wireless charging.
The Bottom Line The $89 Energizer Dual Inductive Charger powers up compatible gadgets without the hassle of cords, but is a poor travel companion.
Convenient, not-that-portable phone power
A new crop of smartphones with slick wireless-charging capabilities has emerged, and the $89 Energizer Dual Inductive Charger stands ready to support them. It may not be as travel-friendly as the more expensive $99.99, but it does provide a nifty way to top off your gadgets plus it helps clear cords from your desk space.
Compared with competing wireless charging products such as the Duracell Powermat 24-Hour System, the Energizer Dual Inductive Charger is big and bulky.
The large, square charging pad is inclined at about a 20-degree angle. Because of this the Dual's back sits higher than its front, serving to prop up phones you place on it. Two circular Qi logos on the left and right of the pad indicate where to place your handset for charging.