- Menu Holder with USB Charging Points creates a countertop charging station
- Designed with four USB ports to charge almost any electrical device
- Ideal for waiting areas, lounges, reception areas or even bars
- UK mainland delivery from £9.50 - free on orders over £150 (ex. VAT)
- Get it by Thursday 7th Jul if you order by 5pm using Express Delivery
What are the benefits of using a Menu Holder with USB Charging Points?
Advertise to your customers at the same time as offering them a place to charge their devices with our Menu Holder with USB Charging Points. It's the new revolutionary must-have for the hospitality sector, from restaurants and hotels to airport lounges. The stylish unit is designed to offer a charging station for all of your customers while sat at your bar or table, while also promoting your offers or menus in the sign holder attached.
The menu holder base is either black or silver in colour depending on your choice and this comes with a piece of acrylic which you can place your menu inside. The acrylic menu holder simply slots into the base. The header is designed for A5 graphics, approximately 14.8cm W x 21cm H.
How does the USB phone charger work?
The unit can be plugged in while in use so that you don't have to worry about the battery dying or you can fully charge the unit, which is indicated by a light panel on the side, so that it is portable around your premises. Using your own cables, you then simply connect your device to charge it.
What is the battery capacity of the unit?
The unit has a battery capacity of 13,000mAh. mAh is an acronym for "milliampere-hours" which is a measurement of the battery capacity. A larger number of milliampere-hours indicates a longer battery life. On average, anything over 10,000mAh provides excellent battery life. An approximation for the charging time provided is each unit can fully charge a standard iPhone six times.
What is the display made of?
Both the black and silver versions are manufactured with an acrylic header for graphics and a robust plastic base with anti-slip rubber feet.
How do I charge the charging point?
Individual menu holders can be charged by plugging the unit into a USB socket using the cable provided. This can also be used to power a phone once the unit is charged. If you have several menu holders to charge, a separate mains powered docking station can be used to allow you to charge four menu holders at once. This is sold separately.
Is the power bank compatible with Kensington locking cables?
Yes, the menu holder features a lock port that is compatible with Kensington locking cables. A 1m Kensington Locking Cable is available to buy separately to prevent theft and keep the menu holder in place.
How do I update my graphics?
Both sides of the acrylic panel are open so that paper inserts can be slid in and out in seconds creating a double sided display.
|Colours||Black or Silver|
|Phone charging cables||Not provided|
|Security features||Kensington Lock port|
|Overall size (W x H x D)||16cm x 28cm x 7.5cm|
|Base size (W x H x D)||16cm x 6cm x 7.5cm|
|Poster holder size (W x H)||15cm x 21.5cm|
|Locking cable||Sold separately|
|Docking station||Sold separately|