The lightweight design of the Walker Bluetooth C2X 3-in-1 encourages you to take payments at any location. It's portable design is perfect for businesses that are always on the move.
Don't limit your business to only accepting traditional swipe payments! With this Walker Bluetooth C2X reader you expand your payment options to accept digital wallets and EMV chip transactions.
With its Bluetooth connectivity, this device transforms any smart device into a payment system. The Walker C2X is the perfect addition to the equipment system you already use.
The design of the Walker C2X 3-in-1 card reader doesn’t restrict you to taking a transaction at a countertop by allowing you to take payments virtually anywhere! It is the perfect solution for businesses that need flexibility and ease. The Bluetooth feature fuses the card reader with any smart device to create a full range point of sale (POS) system. With EMV and NFC technology, you can give your customers limitless options to pay from wherever they are.
Android 2.1 or above iOS 6.0 or above MacOS
2.62" x 2.35" x 0.73"
Bluetooth 2.1 & 4.0 or 3.5mm audio jack
Lithium polymer rechargeable battery 125mAH, 3.7V Charges via micro USB
Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, Google Wallet, Visa payWave, Android Pay, MasterCard PayPass
The Walker Bluetooth C2X 3-in-1 does not have a built-in printer for paper.
To connect the Walker Bluetooth C2X 3-in-1 to the internet you will need to ensure the device is turned on and the initial setup is complete.
Once on and connected to a smart device, select the plug icon in the top right of your iOS or Android device’s screen.
When prompted, select Bluetooth.
The device will begin scanning for nearby devices and display them. Walker devices will begin with CHB and Nomad devices with WPC.
Once located on the available devices list, select the reader.
The plug icon will then change to a terminal and the screen will indicate the device has been connected.
The Walker C2X 3-in-1 terminal uses a rechargeable lithium polymer battery.
To change any payment settings, you will want to log into your payment processor’s portal. Within this portal, you will be able to update or adjust any settings regarding your merchant account.
If you are unsure of the portal URL or login details, please contact your merchant service provider for instructions.