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iHome iDL100 Lightning Dock Triple Charging FM Clock Radio with USB Charge/Play iPhone 5/5S 6/6Plus iPad Air /

Item# SPM9410323922 | Model# MODB00F951UEQ | Added on January 18, 2017 |
iHome iDL100 Lightning Dock Triple Charging FM Clock Radio with USB Charge/Play iPhone 5/5S 6/6Plus iPad Air /
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A dual-alarm clock radio that offers two docks with Lightning connectors, the iHome iDL100 gives you the freedom to play and charge a wide range of iPad, iPhone, and iPod models. Its two flexible 2.1-amp Lightning docks plus a USB port let you charge three devices at once. You can also wake and sleep to your iPad, iPhone, or iPod, to a custom playlist, or to FM radio. Convenience and superior audio The auto sync feature quickly sets the time by syncing the clock to your iPhone (which is always current via cell phone towers). You can also set two separate alarms with different times on different days with the 7-5-2 feature. In addition, the iDL100 offers six FM presets, EQ controls and 3D sound, and Reson8 sound technology for an exceptional audio experience.

iHome iDL100 Lightning Dock Triple Charging FM Clock Radio with USB Charge/Play iPhone 5/5S 6/6Plus iPad Air /iPad Mini. A dual-alarm clock radio that offers two docks with Lightning connectors, the iHome iDL100 gives you the freedom to play and charge a wide range of iPad, iPhone, and iPod models. Its two flexible 2.1-amp Lightning docks plus a USB port let you charge three devices at once. You can also wake and sleep to your iPad, iPhone, or iPod, to a custom playlist, or to FM radio. Convenience and superior audio The auto sync feature quickly sets the time by syncing the clock to your iPhone (which is always current via cell phone towers). You can also set two separate alarms with different times on different days with ... read more
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