Kii is a compact charger that fits on a keychain for ultimate convenience, accessibility and mobility. Kii is as lightweight and inconspicuous as any other key and allows users to plug in to charge or sync devices from any computer without having to carry a charger or tote around a cable connector.
Kii fits directly on your keychain with the rest of your keys. It's dual-sided: one end is either Micro-USB or Apple connector, the other is USB, to plug directly into your laptop. It's an ultra-portable solution that can easily be tucked into a pocket or bag to have handy anytime you may need to charge or sync on-the-go.
Kii is great to have on your keychain in case of emergencies and is ideal for traveling, eliminating the need to pack a charger or unwieldy cable for zero-drag. By simply keeping Kii on your keychain, you can get an instant connection and charge your phone at a moment’s notice.
Kii is available in Micro-USB, 30-pin and Lightning versions. For those transitioning between devices, Kii is the perfect accessory to ensure you have the correct charger at all times.
Lightning is the power connector that is used for iPhone 5, iPod Touch (5th gen), iPod Nano (7th gen), iPad (4th gen), and iPad Mini. The all-digital Lightning connector features an adaptive interface that uses only the signals that each accessory requires, and it’s reversible so you can instantly connect to your accessories. Lightning replaced Apple’s previous 30-pin dock connector that was used on previous generations of iPhone, iPod and iPad.
Kii has self-locking system so it doesn't slip off your keychain keeping it perfectly safe and protecting the Apple charging end so it's with you when you need it. To unlock Kii, push the buttons on each side to release the cap and gain access to the Apple connector end to begin charging.
A self-locking mechanism was engineered to keep Kii's cap in place, protecting the Apple connector and making sure Kii is there when you need it. Simply press the two buttons on either side of Kii on the 30-pin version or or simply lift the button on the lightning version to release the cap and gently snap it back into place when you're finished.
For users with a case on their device, slight adjustments may be necessary depending on the width of the opening where the device plugs in. If using a case with a case with a narrow opening, removing the case may be necessary to properly connect and charge.
Kii is best used with laptops and is not recommended for use with iMac or Desktop computers. Kii is intended for use with laptop computers resting on a flat surface to help support the device and prevent any unnecessary pull on the USB port, Kii or connecting port of the device.