eForCity AC Home Wall Charger for Barnes & Noble: Nook 1st edition

Take this travel charger anywhere. IC chip inside recognizes a fully charged battery and automatically switches to a saver mode/Phone can still be used during charging. Color:Black. Accessory ONLY. Compatible With BlackBerry Storm 9500 Thunder/9530 Thunder/Tour 9630 Niagara/PRE/Palm Treo 800w and Treo Pro 850/Motorola A855/Droid/Google Nexus One/Palm Pre Plus/Pixi Plus/Motorola Devour A555/Droid Incredible/EVO 4G/Supersonic/i9000 Galaxy S/S8500 Wave/Rugby II A847/Messager Touch R630/R631;Intercept SPH-M910/Epic 4G/Fascinate/Vibrant SGH-T959/Gravity 3 SGH-T479/Gravity Touch SGH-T669/Smiley:) SGH-T359/AX9100/Pantech JEST TX8040/EASE P2020/Motorola i1/Wildfire/Droid 2/A955/Curve 3G 9300/Torch 9800/Flight II SGH-A927/Eternity II SGH-A597/Intensity II SCH-U460;Amazon Kindle 3/Wi-Fi/3G + Wi-Fi/Ally VS740/Desire HD/Desire Z;Curve 3G 9330;Encore GT550/Transform M920/Focus SGH-i916/Freeform II SCH-R360/Mesmerize SCHI500;Surround/HD7;Quantum;Motorola XT610 Venus Droid Pro/Defy MB525/Bravo;Blackberry Style9670/Bold9780;Palm Pre2;Pantech Crux/Laser;LG Optimus S LS670/HTC 7 Mozart/7 Trophy;LG Octane VN530/Optimus U US670/Optimus M MS690/Optimus T P509;Samsung© Continuum SCH-I400/Solstice II A817/Evergreen A667/Google Nexus S/HTC EVO Shift 4G/Inspire 4G/Freestyle,LG GM730 Eigan,Motorola Droid 2 Global/Samsung© Gem SCH-I100/Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc/HTC ThunderBolt 4G;LG Optimus 2x P990 Star;Palm Pre 3/CLIQ 2;Samsung© Galaxy S 4G/HTC Arrive/BlackBerry PlayBook/Curve 9350/9360/9370,LG Vu Plus GR700/Prime GS390,Samsung© SCH-U320/Gusto,Nokia C3-01/X2-01/C6-01/Kyocera M9300 Echo/T-mobile Sidekick 4G/Google Nexus S 4G/Samsung© GT-i8700 Omnia 7/Motorola Droid X2/Samsung© GT-i9100 Galaxy S 2/HTC MyTouch 4G Slide/Huawei Ascend II M865/Motorola Droid Bionic XT875; LG Connect 4G MS840, Samsung© Brightside U380,Samsung© Rugby Smart i847,Samsung© Galaxy Note II N7100 / Galaxy S2 CDMA (U.S.Cellular) R760,HTC One S/ HTC One X. Nokia Lumia 800; Samsung Galaxy SIV / S4

Product Features

  • Take this Blackberry travel charger anywhere.Compatible with:Barnes & Noble: Nook 1st edition.HTC EVO 3D/HD7S;T-mobile G2x/ LG G2x/P920 Optimus 3D/Thrill 4G;Sony Ericsson Xperia Play;HTC Droid Incredible 2/Incredible S/Motorola Photon 4G / Blackberry Bold 9900/9930/Torch 9810/Torch 9850/9860 / HTC Rezound / Vigor, HTC Radar 4G, Samsung© Focus S/ Focus Flash, LG Maxx Qwerty/T-mobile myTouch Q/LG Maxx Touch, T-mobile myTouch, HTC Titan,Galaxy S Blaze 4G T769, Nokia Lumia 900, LG Lucid VS840.
  • Phone charger is light weight and handy for travel or using at work.Compatible With:LG LS855 Marquee/ LG LS700 Optimus Slider/Samsung© SGH-i927 Captivate Glide/Samsung© SCH-i405 Stratosphere/HTC Amaze 4G/HTC EVO Design 4G / LG Doubleplay / Samsung© SGH-T679 Exhibit 2 4G /Galaxy Nexus / N 7000 Galaxy Note /Galaxy S2 Skyrocket / Motorola Atrix 2 / Motorola Droid Razr/ LG Optimus 2 AS680 / LG Nitro HD P930 / Samsung© Repp R680 / Illusion / HTC Holiday / Vivid / Raider 4G / Nokia Lumia 710.
  • IC chip inside recognizes a fully charged battery and automatically switches to a saver mode / Samsung© Infuse 4G / HTC Desire S / Desire 2 / Sensation 4G / Wildfire S / LG Revolution / Samsung© Trender / Pantech Crossover.’Phone can still be used during charging;Jawbone Era / Icon / Icon HD, Kindle Fire,Motorola Droid Razr Maxx , LG Spectrum/Revolution 2 , Samsung© Galaxy Attain 4G R920, Samsung© Galaxy Note LTE SGH-I717, Motorola Droid 4.
  • Compatible With Samsung© Galaxy Indulge R910/Factor M260/Profile R580/Strive A687/Contour R250/Messager 3 R570/Replenish/Galaxy Prevail/Exhibit 4G/Gravity Smart/Dart/ LG Optimus One P500/Shine Touch KM555/Dlite GD570/Clout VX8370/Phoenix P505/Thrive P506/Apex US740/Motorola Droid 3/Charm MB502.Motorola Triumph/Samsung© Epic 4G touch / Samsung© Galaxy S2 Hercules T989 (T-Mobile) / Galaxy S2 Attain i777 (AT&T) / Clutch i475 / Theory WX430 / HTC Rhyme / Pantech Breakout.
  • Accessory ONLY.Cell phone not included.Compatible With Amazon:Kindle 2/BlackBerry:Bold 9650/9700/Onyx/ Aries/Pearl 3G 9100/Pearl 2/9105/Pearl 2/Pearl Flip 8230/HTC:Aria/Desire/Droid Incredible (Verizon)/Legend/Photon 4G/ Samsung© Gem SCH-I100 / Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc.HTC ThunderBolt 4G;LG Optimus 2x P990 Star;Palm Pre 3.Motorola Atrix 4G/i886/CLIQ 2;Samsung© Galaxy S 4G.; Samsung Galaxy SIV / S4

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3 Responses to eForCity AC Home Wall Charger for Barnes & Noble: Nook 1st edition

  1. Not compatable with Nook color This item does not work for Nook Color, it is a phone charger however, it does work to charge cell phones with mini usb plugs. It does not have the right pin out for a Nook Color charger. is a cheap price for an extra phone charger.

  2. DON’T BELIEVE THE NEGATIVE REVIEWS re: NOOK COLOR COMPATIBILITY!!! First of all, I have no personal connection or interest or even knowledge of the company that manufactures this charger, so please rest assured that this is indeed an objective review.Second, much of this review details the rationale I use to debunk the claims made by the negative reviewers. If you’re not interested in this, just scroll down right now to the part of the review between the rows of asterisks below.Furthermore, I rarely write product reviews but I felt compelled to do so for this product, because, from what I can tell based on the numerous 1-star reviews for it (some of which are barely literate, which automatically begs the question of how thoughtful or reliable their authors are), it is being unfairly panned not because of product defectiveness but due instead to a confluence of two factors: (a) poor product design on the part of BARNES & NOBLE, not the manufacturer of this charger (whose name I don’t even know; I’m guessing they’re making these things on the cheap somewhere in the hinterlands of China), and (b) mental laziness / lack of faith on the part of the above-mentioned 1-star reviewers.Just as importantly, it really rankles me that B&N is literally raking in at least 1000% profit on these chargers, as demonstrated by the fact that this dinky $2.99 (INCLUDING shipping, mind you) charger, happily charging the Nook Color on my desk as I write this, works just as flawlessly as the official B&N charger that came with my Nook Color (which I somehow misplaced during a recent move), which they are charging $30 + shipping to replace. What rankles me even further is the fact that the clever people over at B&N clearly designed these chargers purposefully to discourage OEM manufacturers from mimicking them, since they could have easily gone with a simple micro-USB charging system, instead of this slightly-almost-micro-USB-but-not-quite version that is absolutely-definitely-positively not compatible with your run-of-the-mill, dime-a-dozen micro-USB charger.Combine that with the oft-cited customer complaint that these B&N chargers have a habit of crapping out prematurely, and you have yourself a tidy little money-making scheme, as far as I’m concerned. Not quite fraudulent, since of course they have the right to design their device any way they please, but decidedly underhanded. Granted, to their credit they do offer replacements for these free of charge if the device is within the one-year warranty period, but how many people are throwing away their Nook Colors after only a year of use?Bear in mind that what I describe below is a hypothesis, since I have no proof that the reviewers leaving negative reviews did not, in fact, all receive defective chargers, while the sizable contingent of 4 & 5-star reviewers all received working ones. While this is theoretically plausible, it seems much less likely than the hypothesis I am about to propose, for the simple reason that these chargers clearly do not require an MIT-trained faculty of electrical engineers to produce. They are just plain old micro-USB chargers with a slightly longer male connector (the shiny metal thing at the small end of the cord) than normal, which is the modification B&N made to their charger design *precisely* to render their Nook Colors incompatible with run-of-the-mill micro-USB chargers.Which brings me to the first part of my argument, which is that all the reviewers who contemptuously dismiss the charger out of hand and “toss it in the junk drawer because it looks like an old cell phone charger” are missing the point entirely. THIS CLEARLY **IS** A MODEL BASED ON AN OLD CELL PHONE CHARGER, JUST WITH THE CONNECTOR SLIGHTLY ELONGATED TO FIT THE NOOK COLOR. That’s why it’s so cheap!! So you can dismiss the negative reviews based on this rationale as entirely baseless & irrelevant.The thornier issue is: why are there so many people claiming that they tried using the charger but it didn’t work? I believe I can provide some insight into this, because I was nearly fooled myself. The problem lies in the design of the Nook Color itself. Back when I had the standard-issue charger, I relied on the handy little green-glowing “n” at the end of the charger to tell me that an electrical current was in fact being delivered. Since these OEM knock-offs don’t have that feature (though it does have the old-school-cell-phone-charger little red LED on the plug end), you have to rely on the Nook Color itself to tell you that it’s charging. Here’s where the problem lies, at least when you’ve got a Nook Color that has completely drained its battery, as I did.[A side note: human nature dictates that ‘completely drained’ is probably the condition of the Nook Colors (Nooks Color?) belonging to most if not all of the purchasers of this or any replacement charger, especially if you’ve lost yours, because you’re probably going to hold out hope that “it’ll turn…

  3. Don’t purchase I ordered two because my nook charger part/usb cable that the fit into the nook broke.Both wall chargers I received from electromasters appeared to work but did not charge the nook. I had to get a new charger from Barnes & Noble. Lucky for me my nook was still under warranty. The charger cable from Barnes & Noble worked.

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