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EAN-130743062570721   EAN-13 barcode 0743062570721
UPC-A743062570721   UPC-A barcode 743062570721
Product NamePS4 Controller Charger, Y Team Playstation 4 / PS4 / PS4 Pro / PS4 Slim Controller Charger Charging Docking Station Stand.Dual USB Fast Charging Station & LED Indicator for Sony PS4 Controller--Black
CategoryElectronics / Photography: Computer/Console Game
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Price New12.98 US Dollars    (curriencies)
Price Used10.78 US Dollars    (curriencies)
Width0.46 inches    (convert)
Height0.33 inches    (convert)
Length0.61 inches    (convert)
Weight51 hundredths pounds    (convert)
BindingVideo Game
Features✪Sleek and Compact--This dual charger provides an easy and quick way to charge and store your PS4 / PS4 Pro / PS4 Slim Controller. Ideal for saving your place to store your controllers in the charger when you're not playing, ✪Safe and Fast Charge--With 2 built-in micro USB adapter ports, Allows you to securely store and charge up 2 PS4 controllers simultaneously.One controller just need 2.5 hours.4 hours for two, ✪LED Charge indicator--USB cable connects the charging the "Controller" turns to blue color , plug in the controller turns to red color , charged fully turns to blue color again, ✪Excellent Chip Design--Over-Charging/Over-Heated/Over-Current/Over-Voltage/Short-Circuit/Over-Discharger Protection.How to provide you with safe and durable Ps4 charger is our eternal pursuit, ✪Warranty Policy--One year warranty policy.Buy with confidence.If you have any concerns or questions about this PS4 controller charger.Please feel free to contact us
Long DescriptionFeatures dual wireless Controller charger for PS4/PS4 Slim/PS4 Pro Controller with the charging dock, users will be able to charge up to two dual-shock 4 wireless Controllers at once without having to connect them to the PS4 system with 2 built-in micro USB adaptor ports the charge dock can simultaneously charge connecting the cable will allow charging while the Controller still being used will not charge the Controller with over 70% power to protect the battery of the Controller the charge dock plugs directly into the Wall, leaving the USB ports on the for Sony's PS4 open and the Console tangle free for Sony PS4 USB charger station provides an easy and quick way to charge and store your for PS4 Controllers specifications LED indicator: red - charging LED indicator: blue - fully charged built-in protector chip: never over charged your PS4 Controller even charge it for overnight fully charge time: about 30 minutes input voltage: DC 5V 1000mA output voltage: DC 500mA for each Controller charge slot cable length: about 3.3Ft(1 meters) package included: 1 x Controller charging station 1 x USB cable note: the PS4 Controllers in the pictures are not included in the package.
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