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This iPhone charger kills 99.99% of bacteria with UV light

Worried your iPhone might be picking up all kinds of nasty germs while you’re out and about? Sterilize with ultraviolet (UV) light while it charges with this 2-in-1 stand from Limited77 — now on sale for a limited time.

The device promises to kill 99.99% of bacteria, and packs a removable sterilization stick that you can use to clean almost anything. Order yours today from the Cult of Mac Store to save 17%.

With everything that’s going on in the world right now, there’s never been a better time (in our lifetimes, at least) to be a clean freak. We’ve all gotten better at washing our hands, but what about our gadgets?

You’ll be surprised how much bacteria is picked up by your iPhone when you hold it in your hands, press it up against your face, and place it down on dirty surfaces. So that should get a good cleaning, too.

You don’t want to be washing your iPhone in soapy water, though. There are much safer ways to clean electronic devices without exposing them to possible liquid damage.

Keep your iPhone clean with Limited77’s charging stand

UV light kills up to 99.99% of all bacteria. It’s incredibly effective and quick, and it requires no harsh chemicals or even water. It’s just like shining a flashlight (or a bacteria-busting lightsaber?) at your phone.

iPhone charger that kills bacteria
Detach the UV lamp to use it anywhere.
Photo: Limited77

Limited77’s iPhone charging stand has a UV lamp built-in. When your device is getting its nightly top-up, it’s also getting a good clean, so you don’t have to worry about all the germs it’s carrying on its surface.

What’s more, the stand’s UV lamp is detachable, so it can be used to sterilize other electronics — such as your iPad or MacBook — or anything else, for that matter.

The charger itself delivers up to 10W of power wirelessly, and can also be used to top up your AirPods and anything else that uses the Qi charging standard. And it has some great safety features baked in.

Safe wireless charging

Built-in chips and sensors prevent the Limited77 stand from overheating, overcharging, over-discharging, and short-circuits. They also ensure that other objects, such as keys, don’t activate the device.

The charger is finished with a wooden surface — available in walnut, cherry, or bamboo — and is currently available from the Cult of Mac Store at 17% off its usual price. Get yours today for just $99.

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Rilee & Lo Apple Watch Band, Black

I love this watch band, it's super comfortable and it fits perfectly.

Very Good Quality Leather Watch Band

The Monowear Classic is a very good quality watch band that gives your Apple Watch a great look for more formal or dress up occasions. My preference is to have a leather band without colored stitching and with a black stainless steel clasp. This band fits that criteria and provides a secure, classic method of attaching to my wrist.

Function101 Button Remote For Apple TV

I wish I could say something about this item but I have not received it. Pity about the money I spent!

Good morning, Thank you for your review. I have checked the process of your order, and the last update from USPS on September 18, states your package is delayed but still on its way, if this doesn’t change by next week please get back in touch by emailing me at adel@cultofmac.com
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Good second remote

Apple TV will only connect to one Apple remote, I found out after paying $60 for a second one. This remote worked out of the box and I have had no trouble. It allows my wife to have a remote as well.

Good product, but doesn't work as smoothly with every streaming app on Apple TV

It works fine, no problem connecting it to my Apple TV, so there is nothing wrong with the product. I just find myself and my partner still mostly using the apple remote. Maybe just out of habit. it is easier to rewind or fast forward with it on most apps, not on YouTube, but Netflix or appleTV+