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dual USB car charger

Made for Smartphones, Tablets & USB Devices

dual USB car charger

Made for Smartphones, Tablets & USB Devices
• Designed to charge two power-hungry USB devices with ease.
• High-current output of up to 2.4 A for each USB port.

  • Charging enroute.

    Up to 4.8A means it provides the fastest charge speeds possible for two tablets or smartphones so you arrive at your destination with a full battery.

Tech specs

  • Compatibility

    Smartphones, Tablets & USB Devices

  • Dimensions

    2.79 x 1.07 in (70.9 x 27.2 mm)

  • Weight

    2.18 oz (79.4 g)

  • Product Skus

    2659

  • Warranty

    2 Year Warranty

  • In the Box

    dual USB car charger

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Answers

Can I leave this charger plugged​ into the car all the time? Not charger all the time, just the charger itself plugged into the cigarette plug. Will that drain the car battery or is it ok?

Asked by: Bobbers
As long as there is nothing plugged into the car charger there is no risk of draining your car battery.
Answered by: Victoria O
Date published: 2017-10-28

I have a similar question. Can I leave this charger plugged​ into the car all the time *with a Lightning cable attached* or will it drain the car battery? (I won't leave any device connected to the Lightning cable, just the cable connected to the charger)

Asked by: brunoluzsousa
As long as there is nothing plugged into the cord there is no risk of draining the cars battery.
Answered by: Victoria O
Date published: 2017-06-07

i had plugged two phones in a generic charger. Everytime the charger would pop out of socket cause of overheating, one device was fine, two not so much. will it handle both phones charging at max capacity?

Asked by: varietyhouse
The dual USB charger is designed to charge two USB devices. It delivers up to 2.4 A for each USB port. Please contact Technical Support at 888-866-7443 as they can best advise on a solution.
Answered by: Anne T
Date published: 2017-11-03

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