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CharLi Charger gadget recharger and menu holder from Application Systems London

26 August 2011 by
CharLi Charger gadget recharger and menu holder from Application Systems London

Producthttp://www.application-systems.co.uk" target="_blank" rel="noreferrer">CharLi Charger](http://www.charlicharger.com)USP The Italian-made CharLi system offers customers an instant source of power to recharge their battery-powered electronic devices, such as mobile phones, cameras, music players and USB gadgets. It is designed to help boost customer loyalty and repeat visits in restaurants, pubs, hotels, coffee shops, clubs and airport lounges.

Details The compact and portable device is equipped with five retractable cables for connecting devices, plus an extra USB connector. It is ready to deliver up to 50 recharges after overnight connection to its charging station and the PbCa 12V 4.5Ah battery will hold a charge for up to six months. It also serves as a menu holder.

Promotion Stickers advertising the service can be displayed at the entrance.

Price £124.99; discounts available on bulk orders. It is sold with a two-year warranty.

Supplier [Application Systems London020 7148 6440

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