The Quality Charger

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BrightCharger

USB Compatibility

Most devices today can be charged via USB. Plug in any device that charges via USB and enjoy quality charging every time.

One-Touch Operation

Simply touch the BrightCharger LED dome to begin quality charging, or turn on the night light. The light will change color when charging is complete – simple, easy, effective.

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Zero Consumption/Night Light at the Flick of a Switch

Choose between zero consumption or smooth nightlight modes after charging

BrightCharger

USB Compatibility

Most devices today can be charged via USB. Plug in any device that charges via USB and enjoy quality charging every time.

BrightCharger

One-Touch Operation

Simply touch the BrightCharger LED dome to begin quality charging, or turn on the night light. The light will change color when charging is complete – simple, easy, effective.

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Charger/Night Light at the Flick of a Switch

Flip between smart charging and nightlight modes with ease.

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User Guide

Quality Charging with a Single Touch

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1 Connect

Connect your device via USB and touch the dome to begin charging.

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2 Charging..

The LED will turn green when the device starts charging.

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3 Ready

The LED turns off when the device’s battery is optimally charged. The device will then stop charging.

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4 Night Light

Flip the switch on the side of the charger to enter night light mode.

User Guide

Quality Charging with a Single Touch.

BrightCharger

1 Connect

Connect your device via USB and touch the dome to begin charging.

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2 Charging..

The LED will turn green when the device starts charging.

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3 Ready

The LED turns off when the device’s battery is full. The device will then stop charging.

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4 Night light

Flip the switch on the side of the charger to enter night light mode.

BrightCharger in Action

Just Plug It. You Make the Change.

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Switch off

BrightCharger - Switch ON

Switch on

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the BrightCharger™ ideology?

According to the BrightCharger™ ideology, three types of electricity consumption exist:

  1. When a charger is plugged in and consuming electricity, posing a potential fire hazard
  2. When a charger is in the process of charging a battery
  3. When a charger continually keeps supplying power to a full battery, which consumes electricity, harms the battery and poses a potential fire hazard

The BrightCharger™ ideology aims to minimize type 1 and type 3 consumption. We believe that these types of electricity consumption are not beneficial to anyone.

Doesn't a charger like this already exist?

No, it does not. The idea behind BrightCharger™ is to avoid unnecessary electricity consumption (types 1 and 3 above). The charger switches itself off as soon as the battery is fully charged. Only the very low consumption LED signal light (nightlight) will indicate to users when the device is fully charged. The users can choose whether they want to enable and disable the signal light feature.

My battery was not fully charged (100%) when the BrightCharger™ stopped charging it. What happened?

Our goal is to ensure a charge level above 90% for all USB-chargeable devices at the end of the charging process. Based on the latest studies, this particular charge level is the most beneficial to all USB-chargeable batteries and prolongs their lifespan.  

When I plug my phone in before going to bed in the evening, the battery is not fully charged in the morning as the BrightCharger™ does not allow the charger to maintain the charge level. Why does it do that?

This is true when using the BrightCharger™. However, as smartphone users may have noticed (and can easily test), charge levels may decrease by up to 5% within minutes of unplugging a when unplugging a fully-charged phone from a charger. In reality, the ideal charge level range for the Lithium-ion batteries of smartphones lies between 10% and 90%. The charge level decreases more rapidly when higher than 90% or lower than 10%.

The battery producers provide estimations of how long the battery can be charged. Why worry about such time limits or harm the battery by overcharging it? Thanks to the BrightCharger™ feature, the lifespan of all batteries is longer.

How much energy can be saved using the BrightCharger™?

There are only rough estimations of the amount of energy wasted globally in maintaining battery charge levels or by leaving chargers plugged in. We think that saving even a single watt of electricity is good for both the wallet and the environment.

How does BrightCharger™ differ from other chargers that include automated charging technology? How about smartphones that have in-built features that stop charging on their own?

Many mobile devices contain different battery control systems and automated charging technologies. The automated charging technologies of modern smartphones work well. As soon as the battery is fully charged, maintenance charging ends as the charger switches into standby mode and stops charging the device. The charger itself still continues to consume energy. This energy consumption of high-quality chargers is very low, even close to zero. The problem arises when the charge level of the device decreases by even 1%. This activates the charger and begins charging the device. Depending on the condition and age of the battery, this may take for example 15 minutes, after which the charger’s standby mode is reactivated. As a result of this cycle, the device is charged almost continuously.

Another group of chargers consume small amounts of energy (e.g. 1.5 W). After connecting the phone to the charger and achieving a full charge level, this basic consumption increases slightly (e.g. to 1.8 W) to maintain the charge level – essentially charging the phone continuously.

The third group of chargers and devices have no automated charging technologies.

I could imagine purchasing a BrightCharger™, if it did not waste electricity on the LED signal light.

It is true that Brightcharger™ continues to consume energy because of the signal light (the nightlight mode). These consumption levels, thanks to modern LED-technology, are very close to zero. Additionally, the nightlight mode can be disabled, and the charger switches itself off completely as soon as the battery is fully charged.