Charge Up To Five Devices In Your Car With This Handy Gadget
No more fights over who gets to use the charger!
It’s a true pain to go on a road trip only to find yourself fighting over who gets to charge their phone on the drive. Most people only have one plug that goes right into their car lighter, which means only one person gets to juice up at a time. This can be quite the nuisance when you’re traveling with multiple people and going a long distance.
However, all of that will change as soon as you get yourself one of these multi-port car chargers, which should probably be considered a staple for all future road trips.
This iXCC car charger can charge up to five devices at once, which can prevent a lot of car arguments. You also don’t have to worry about where to put it, as it fits comfortably into your cup holder and, as with your typical charger, plugs into your car’s cigarette lighter socket. You can charge any combination of tablets, cell phones or other USB-charged devices, which can come in handy even when you’re just driving by yourself. It’s compatible with iPhones, as well as with the Samsung Galaxy and other devices.
It might sound dangerous to have so many devices charging at once, but the iXCC car charger is built with premium circuitry that protects your devices against over-charging, over-voltage, over-current and short circuits. This means it will automatically stop charging to prevent damaging your device when the device is fully charged. The charger’s technology also detects your devices to deliver the most optimum charging speed, so you don’t have to worry about electrical issues.
The device is regularly $39.99, but you can get it on Amazon for $16.99. As far as chargers go, it’s definitely an affordable option, especially if you plan to go on a road trip with a group and can split the cost. It sure beats having to stop at coffee shops and repeatedly buy lattes just to use the store’s outlets.
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