I came across this Ipod/Iphone charger the other day in B&Q and after a search on Ebay I found it for £7.99 including postage, BARGAIN!
It retails for £19.99 and comes with two Energiser Lithium AA batteries.
It uses a fold out connector at the rear that forms the holder for the Ipod.
It also acts a a stand for the Ipod/Iphone whilst charging.
On the bottom it has an adjuster than alters the distance between the connector and the back of the charger so it will fit a nano all the way upto the Iphone 3G and Yes it will charge the 3G Iphone.
All in all a very nifty device that will keep you going when you're no where near a mains socket.
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