What's the best car charger for the Note 7?

The Galaxy Note 7 has a mighty battery, but it may need a charge while you're on the go.

A car charger is a great investment (especially if you're out and about all day long), but the right one might be a tad hard to find.

Here are our favorites!

Tronsmart 33W dual USB car charger


You can hardly go wrong with a Benson Leung-approved car charger, which makes the Tronsmart dual USB car charger top dog.

In fact, Leung had problems with the first Tronsmart charger he bought, so they redesigned it and now Leung specifically recommends it for devices that employ USB-C, like the Galaxy Note 7.

This particular charger is able to maintain solid voltage while your Note 7 draws significant amperage, meaning that fast charging is both fast and safe. If you're driving around all day but only in the car for maybe 15 minutes at a time, the Tronsmart will give you a relatively significant charge in those short bursts.

If you're looking for very reliable fast charging and a Google engineer-approved device, look no further.

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Vinsic high speed charger


Vinsic makes another solid, Benson-approved car charger that features a USB-A port, as well as a female USB-C output port.

With a 5V/3A maximum, you'll receive a fairly significant charge, even if you're only in the car for 10 to 20 minutes at a time, and if you're charging other devices that maybe don't draw as much power when charging, the Vinsic won't accidentally overload them.

The one minor downside to this charger is its inability to maintain voltage when charging two devices, as outlines in Benson's review.

If you're looking for a reliable charger (who isn't?) and only plan on charging your Note 7, then the Vinsic high speed charger will meet your needs nicely.

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Scosche ReVolt

Scosche ReVolt

The 12W Scosche ReVolt is one of Amazon's best-selling car chargers and that's because it's inexpensive, provides up to 4.8V/2.4A of output, and it's a slick little device.

It's got a low-profile design and the light-up USB ports are super handy if you're disembarking after dusk (sounds like a romance novel title).

To be honest, the ReVolt is fairly run-of-the-mill, but it's at the top of that class. It comes in black, space gray, silver, or camo.

If you don't want too spend much but still want a quality charger, the ReVolt is definitely your best choice.

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Aukey Quick Charge 3.0 car charger


Though the Note 7 only supports Quick Charge 2.0, the Aukey Quick Charge 3.0 charger works really well with Samsung's latest. And with three ports (two full-size USB and one USB-C), you'll be able to charge multiple devices on the go.

Aukey includes a USB-C to USB-C cable in the box, so you won't have to go out and get an extra one for the car.

You get the full range of Quick Charge options with the Aukey Quick Charge, so there's no worry of overloading devices that may draw less power. The Aukey Quick Charge is a versatile car charger that does exactly what it says it does, and you really can't ask for much more.

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Samsung Adaptive Fast Charging charger

Samsung adaptive charger

If your Note 7 dies while you're out and about, take solace in the fact that the Samsung Adaptive Fast Charging charger will take your from 0 to about 50% in as little as 30 minutes.

It features two USB-A ports that output up to 1A each, charging two devices quickly and at the same time.

The Samsung charger has a rather compact design, so it'll fit into wherever your vehicle power outlet happens to be and won't get in the way at all while you're driving.

Your lightning-quick charging on the go, Samsung's Adaptive Fast Charging charger is made for your Note 7.

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What do you use?

What's your favorite car charger? Is your favorite not included in our roundup? Let us know in the comments below!