The PhoneSoap Go device has been laboratory tested and proven to kill 99.99% of the following household germs: Escherichia coli (E. Coli), Salmonella typhimurium (Salmonella), Staphylococcus aureus (Staph), Staphylococcus methicillin-resistant aureus (MRSA), Influenza A H1N1 (influenza), rhinovirus (common cold).
PhoneSoap Go battery
PhoneSoap Go has a built-in 6000 mAh rechargeable battery and takes 4.5 hours to charge to 100%. There are four lights above the lightning bolt on the top of PhoneSoap Go. These lights indicate the remaining battery power. Each light equals 25% battery life. If all four lights are on, your battery is 100% charged.
Several sanitations possible
PhoneSoap Go can sanitize your phone up to 45 times in a single charge, but this may vary if you have used your PhoneSoap Go to charge your electronic devices as well. Sanitation cycles last 10 minutes. To start and stop a sanitation cycle, click the lightning bolt on the top of PhoneSoap Go.
PhoneSoap Go can charge your phone up to 4 times depending on your phone battery size. The more you use PhoneSoap Go to charge your phone, the less energy there will be to disinfect it and vice versa.
Charging your cell phone
The PhoneSoap Go universal charger has two standard 5V USB ports accessible from the back of the device, next to the unit’s power port. You will use the cable that came with your phone to charge it.
Plug this cord into the back of the device and route it through the port on the bottom of the device into the disinfection space. Once inside, plug it into your device to start charging. PhoneSoap Go does not need to be plugged into the wall for disinfection and charging to work. Any device that charges via USB can be safely charged and sanitized inside.
Charging cable and carrying case. Note: The wall adapter is not included. Use the wall adapter that came with your phone.
Important note: Temporary unilingual English instructions and packaging. Coming soon, bilingual version.