Dual USB Car Charger Small But Powerful

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When it’s so important to stay connected all the time, there is nothing more frustrating than being stuck somewhere with a dead mobile device and no quick way of charging it. It’s even worse when this happens in your car while you’re using Bluetooth to keep up with what’s going on back at the office and you have to resort to praying that you aren’t missing anything important. For this reason, it’s easy to see why the Vority Fast & Smart Duo 31CC Dual Car USB Charger is a godsend for people on the go.

Anything that can be plugged into a USB port can be charged using the dual USB car charger, be it a tablet, smart phone, e-book reader or MP3 player. The beauty of it is that you won’t have to wait for one gadget to charge before moving on to the next one in need of resuscitation. The two conveniently-spaced USB ports were made to handle two separate devices at once.

Unlike a lot of chargers that boast multiple ports, plugging in more than one device won’t cause charging with the Vority Duo to flag. It goes on at optimum speeds for both connected devices though it will perform best when you connect tablets to the 2.1 Amp port and mobile phones to the 1.0 Amp port.

The really good thing about this charger, however, is how clever it is. It might be tiny, but all the built-in safety features are superb. Few other chargers are “smart” enough to save your gadgets from the detrimental effects of fluctuating currents and overcharging, but the Vority charger can do just that by switching charging off in the event of too much current flow and changing to minimal charging once your device is already full.

Slim and light, the Vority Fast & Smart Dual USB Car Charger charger is very easy to carry. Just put it in your handbag or glove compartment and you’re good to go. It is also very sturdy for its size, being resistant to overheating and mechanical vibration. At only $25.99 on Amazon with free shipping, this dual USB car charger is definitely a steal!

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