Hands On: IDAPT i4 Universal Charger

The problem now days are the fact that all your devices either take a different charger, or you have multiple devices that take the same charger and can’t charge them all at the same time. Thanks to IDAPT it doesn’t matter which option you fall under, they have you covered. Enjoy this video, then heck out my complete review below.



The IDAPT i4 Charger could be the last home charger you will ever buy. This device is capable of charging up to 4,500 different devices. The i4 will also charge up to 4 devices at once. This device lets you charge up to 3 devices at once with their interchangeable plugs on the top, plus there is a USB port on the side.

The device tested has a gloss black top that was easy to keep clean from smudges and fingerprints. When ordering from their site you can choose from 5 different colors, or order one of their new Special Edition models that have different themes and designs on them.

The IDAPT i4 is as simple to use. First, plug the i4 into a standard home outlet. You can order your i4 with a power adapter for either US, EU, UK, or Australia. Once the i4 is plugged in, choose the charging adapter you need for your device and place it in one of the three charging ports. The tip locks in secure and will not come loose unless you press both of the release buttons on the side of the charging port. Once you place the plug in, just attach your phone or other device and you are good to go.

Worried about damage if your device tips? The tip will rock or tip with your device to protect your charging port from damage.

Each plug has its own light to show you if your device is charging. Red for the device being charged, or green for device being fully charged.

The IDAPT i4 comes with 6 tips. MiniUSB, 2 MicroUSB, Samsung, iPhone/iPod, and a Nokia Tip. When ordering you also have the option to order 4 custom tips for the devices you currently use. According to IDAPT they have 25 different adapters to choose from. Some of the options are a AA-AAA battery charger, DC Jack, Nintendo DS/3DS, and multiple different phones.



For the power conscious user, the i4 includes a power switch for when you aren’t charging any devices.

Additional tips range from $9.99 to $19.99 for the battery charger. The device itself goes for $59.99 from

The price might sound high to you, but if you add in the cost of buying a charger for each of your devices at approx $10-$15 per device, you will spend at least that much depending on the amount of devices you own.

If you have multiple devices that continually need charged, this device makes total sense. Not only for the fact that it will be the only device for charging you need, but it also gives you the ability to charge 4 of those devices at the same time.

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