USB Car Charger Dual Output High Amperage 3.1A For Smartphones and Tablets

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USB Car Charger For Smartphones & Tablets USB car charger that charges both your smartphone and tablet at the same time.  Works directly out of the box.  Simply plug the adapter into the cigarette lighter socket and you will have two USB charging outlets at your disposal in your car. The higher amperage output from […]

USB Car Charger For Smartphones & Tablets

USB car charger that charges both your smartphone and tablet at the same time.  Works directly out of the box.  Simply plug the adapter into the cigarette lighter socket and you will have two USB charging outlets at your disposal in your car.

USB Car Charger

The higher amperage output from this USB adapter means it can charge your smartphone faster than the typicaly 1A USB car chargers, and it also means that it is capable of charging the tablets as well.

The biggest advantage of this charger is that there are two charging slots so you can charge two phones with one adapter, or you can charge your smartphone with one and your tablet with the other slot.

This adapter is also extremely light weight and compact, does not take up space in your car like the power inverters.

Perfect for traveling, especially when you are running apps that exhausts your battery life, such as music streaming apps, GPS or live maps that requires constant connectivity.  Would also be perfect for playing movies in the backseat of your car on your iPad or other tablets.

Makes a great car charger for devices such as Galaxy s4 and iPhone.

Product Features

  • Dual USB port high output car charger
  • High amperage means faster charge for smartphones and capable of charging tablets
  • Brand New 3.1A Dual USB Car Charger
  • Input: 12-24V DC, Output: 5V DC 3.1A
  • Best in quality. Slim, two usb port.
  • Suitable for iPhone, iPod, iPad, and most other smartphones and tablets
  • Dimension: 25.4*25.4*46.3mm
  • Dual outputs which provides the higher needed Amps output for tablets (note: heavy duty tablets such as the Asus Transformer Prime may have  harder time charging with this adapter as it requires higher amperage)

Shipping

  • Carrier: U.S. Postal Service
  • Service Type: First Class Mail Parcel
  • $1.64 per order
  • Free shipping for total orders greater than $15
  • Ships to all 50 states within U.S.A.
  • Usually ships in 1 business day from New York, usually shipping time takes 2 to 5 business days, depending on the distance.

Refund/Exchange

  • All items purchased from our online store will have a 14 day refund or exchange policy, no questions asked.
  • We will stand by the quality of our products.  Feel free to contact us if you have any concerns or questions.

Wholesale Pricing:

If your order multiple items, you will receive the following discounts (applies to accessory products only).

  • 2 to 5 items:  5% discount
  • 6 to 10 items: 10% discount
  • greater than 10 items: 15% discount (contact us directly for larger orders)

Accessories, Charger

10 Comments
  1. Geno Zomparelli says:
    Posted January 9, 2013 at 10:30 am | Permalink

    The picture shows iPhone and ipad on the charger. Does this work with the Google Nexus 7 tablet and the Samsung Galaxy S II smartphone?

  2. TDG says:
    Posted January 9, 2013 at 5:36 pm | Permalink

    Nexus 7 – Yes, it’s been verified by users that this USB car charger can charge the device

    Nexus 7 charger output is about 5 volts at 2.0 amps. This USB charger charges at 1.0 amp and 2.1 amps. Just make sure you use the “iPad” charging USB output for best results.

    The Galaxy s2 charges as 1.0 amp, so this charger will work without any problems.

    Please note:
    1) the shorter the charging cable you use, the better the performance
    2) even if the device does not display the charging icon, the device could still be charging. give it some time to see if the battery % has increased, it may be charging slower.

  3. DonB says:
    Posted February 10, 2013 at 11:37 am | Permalink

    The problem with the Asus Transformer Prime is not current but voltage. For some strange reason Asus elected to go with 15 volt charging. If you look at their charger it appears to be a standard USB wall wart but it puts out both 15 volts for their tablets and 5 volts for other USB devices. I don’t know how it knows which is which but it does. Weird.
    Also, slow charging of other Android and Windows smartphones and tablets can be attributed to generic USB charger configurations. Most have a small voltage applied to the data pins so they will charge Apple devices which also DON’T adhere to the USB standard. The USB standard calls for shorted data pins on generic chargers to signal the smartphone that it can draw full current. Otherwise it will automatically throttle back to the old 500mA charging current specified by the USB 1.0 standard and charge at half rate.
    The solution is to go with a special smartphone charging cable that handles this issue. It isn’t appropriate to list the source of these cables as it is another seller but if the Admin sends me an email I’ll pass along the info.

  4. John says:
    Posted March 9, 2013 at 5:16 pm | Permalink

    Not for sale in Canada ?

    John

  5. TDG says:
    Posted March 10, 2013 at 1:40 pm | Permalink

    Unfortunately, with the shipping price increase by the USPS, the high international shipping would not make it a viable option for us at this point. We will explore international shipping options in the future.

  6. brady says:
    Posted March 24, 2013 at 5:18 am | Permalink

    Do not be fooled, it’s 3.1 amp (SHARED)
    1.5 each port

  7. TDG says:
    Posted March 24, 2013 at 11:20 am | Permalink

    as mentioned in the description, the 2.1 amp output is for the tablets and the 1.0 amp outlet is for the smartphones. thanks for your interest.

  8. Dan says:
    Posted June 30, 2013 at 6:06 pm | Permalink

    Does is place Android phones in USB or AC charging modes.

  9. rita says:
    Posted August 23, 2013 at 9:34 am | Permalink

    Will this charge S4 with the new system signal change at a rate that it charges other phones that can use other chargers?

  10. TDG says:
    Posted August 24, 2013 at 8:46 am | Permalink

    Hi Rita, our team member personally owns a S4 and uses this same charger in the car. This charger will work with the S4.


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