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Power Apple Devices from Motorcycle

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So your favorite V-Twin rider got the new iPad for the holidays and now can’t take a cruise on his motorcycle without updating his or her Facebook status?

Not to worry, Powerlet has all your post-holiday plug and play needs handled with their power cables, designed to work seamlessly with Apple iPhone 3G, 3GS, iPod Touch and even the new iPad.

Just plug the Apple-compatible cable into the Powerlet Power Bar (both listed below) on your motorcycle and your devices have power.

An in-line regulator assures that voltage is properly stepped down to operate the smallest iPod (or just about any mobile phone on the market for that matter) to protect it from any transient voltage spikes.

Dan Proffer (Powerlet Sales & Marketing VP) says: "Our Apple compatible power cables come in a variety of configurations to suit virtually any need."

These cables are completely compatible with OEM sockets found on Harley-Davidson, Victory and a variety of American V-Twin motorcycles. "And if your ride does not have an OEM-installed outlet, Powerlet can hook you up with that too," Proffer adds.

Dan Proffer says: "Powerlet’s cables and cigarette lighter-style power outlets were designed specifically for the rigors of the open road. Their glove-friendly design insures ease of use, while the small size facilitates storage. This is the benchmark by which all handlebar-mounted cigarette lighter-style sockets shall be measured."

"Seriously, the socket set-up is an exercise in engineering excellence. It is CNC-machined from solid billet aluminum and will fit any handlebar size. Regardless of the style of cruiser you ride there is a Powerlet adapter cable and outlet to fit your needs!"

Connections To Make Your Life Easier
Powerlet Model #PPC-026 iPod Charging Cable
MSRP $44.95

Chrome 1" Lighter-Style Power Bar
Model #PKT-080-54C (chrome)
MSRP $124.95

About Powerlet Products

Founded in 2001, Powerlet has become the global manufacturing and distribution leader for rugged direct-fit power outlets, electrical interconnect cables and specialty electronic devices used in the powersport industry.

After years of designing electrical components for his own motorcycle, Powerlet’s founder recognized the lack of "off-the-shelf" wiring products for the powersport industry. Soon after this revelation, three old friends reunited and left their cushy corporate jobs to create a unique product line.

In 2003, Powerlet won the SBA’s "Best Small Business of The Year" award. Powerlet now has dealer and distribution outlets throughout the USA, UK, Europe, Asia and Australia. OEM customers include Polaris Industries, Indian Motorcycles, KTM North America and Big Dog Motorcycles. Headquartered in Warren, Michigan, Powerlet is a wholly owned subsidiary of Coliant Corporation.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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