Oregon Scientific Cargador por Inducción para iPhone
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Descripción del producto
Es un reloj con cargador inalámbrico para teléfonos móviles y otros dispositivos electónicos móviles. Reloj radio controlador. Qi compatible(estándar internacional de carga inalámbrica). Visualización de temperatura. Alarma dual in-crescendo snooze de 8 min.
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Principales opiniones de clientes
Acceso incomodo a los botones de control
No viene con el aparato para cargar el teléfono, hay que comprarlo aparte
Lo más importante, NO es compatible con el iPhone 5!
No lo recomiendo
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1) I occasionally go to bed after my spouse
2) Due to travel for work I frequently need to wake at different times
If either or both of those circumstances apply to you, then watch out, this is probably not the alarm clock for you. However if you consistently go to bed at the same time as your spouse, or you live alone, than this device may be fine. Read on to understand why.
* Wirelessly charges my Nokia Lumia 920, which is pretty neat
* Most of the buttons are on the bottom of the device, meaning you need to pick the device up to turn the alarm on or off, set the alarm time, and set the clock time
* The device beeps when any of the buttons are pressed. Not just a quiet little chirp; the beep it emits when you press a button IS THE ALARM TONE. So if you need to set the alarm after your spouse has gone to sleep, everytime you press a button you're basically causing the alarm to chirp.
* Display is super bright! Even when the brightness setting is set to "low", it's still brighter than the "hi" setting on my previous bedside alarm clock. The entire face of the LCD lights up, not just the numbers. It's like a flashlight shining across your bed, even on low.
* The radio signal for the atomic clock does not connect, even though I've placed the device against an exterior wall and about 10 feet from a window
So getting back to my first 2 bullet points in the review, a common scenario for me is to crawl in bed after my wife is asleep and I need to move the alarm time an hour or so earlier to wake for a trip. So first of all, the bedroom is dark, obviously, since my wife is asleep. Most of us have memorized the button layout of our alarm clocks so we can set them in the dark, however as I mentioned above, some of the buttons are on the bottom and some on the top, so you need to pick it up with both hands to set the alarm. And then, once you have the clock in your hands, the real fun begins. You need to start pressing buttons, which as I mentioned causes a god awful "BEEP!!!!" every time you press a button, which in turn wakes your spouse. I had this device for a week before I returned it and my wife literally started reminding me to set my alarm before she went to bed because she knew pressing the buttons would wake her up.
So again, if you live alone or always wake up at the exact same time, then you may be just fine with this clock. Although you'll still need to wear a mask when you sleep because as I said, the display is unbelievably bright.
The cons that I listed are extremely bizarre design choices for an alarm clock. I'd love to know what the engineers were thinking.
Use extreme caution with this device. At the end of the day, the cool factor of wirelessly charging my phone couldn't overcome the many annoying quirks of this clock.
Only criticism is that the charging platform is a little slippery and, unless I place something like a strip of rubber across it under my phone, the phone slips off due to the inductive force. It's kind of fun to watch... great lesson in how induction works.
So, not only is this a great product, but the entertainment value is high!