Pixel 2 car charger

We've all been there (some of us more than others): You hop in your car ready to rev on the road and then you check your phone — it's dying at a rapid pace! You've barely enough battery life to get to your destination. Well, that's what car chargers are for, and if you've got a Google Pixel or Pixel 2, this next list should be particularly resonant for you. Here are some of the best car chargers you can buy for your Pixel 2 or Pixel.

Belkin F7U026bt04-BLK USB-C charger and cable

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The Belkin car charger with removable 4-foot USB-C cable is consistently suggested as one of the better car chargers for USB-C compatible devices. Make sure that you purchase the 27-watt version, however, which is capable of delivering enough power to rapidly charge your Pixel or Pixel 2. It can power your tablet and Chromebook in the car, too. Belkin's car charger is available from $39.

Note: This is a replacement model for the defective charger, model F7U004bt04-BLK that Belkin discontinued. If you previously bought that version, you can receive a refund or exchange it free for a newer model by contacting Belkin at claims@belkin.com. More information about the issues can be found here.

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Spigen 30W Quick Charge 3.0 Dual Output USB charger

Spigen is a popular brand in smartphone accessories, and its dual USB car charger is a high-quality part that won't overheat your Pixel 2 or Pixel. While it's not USB-PD compliant since it requires a USB-A to USB-C cable, it supports Qualcomm's Quick Charge 3.0 standard, which allows the Pixel and Pixel 2 to charge at high speeds in the car.

The beauty of the Spigen charger is that it supports a total of 30W and also has a second USB-A port to charge a second device. The best part? It's only $10.

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Aukey USB-C Car Charger with 5V/3A USB C & Quick Charge 3.0 Ports

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Aukey's charger features both a USB-C port and a USB Type A port, so you can charge your Pixel and another device at the same time. While your Pixel won't work with the built-in Quick Charge 3.0 support, charging at up to 3A is supported for speedy refills via the USB-C port.

(And hey, if you have other devices that do support QC3, the USB-A port has you covered.) All this for just $17.

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Your picks?

Are you using an awesome USB-C charger that we didn't mention? Let us know in the comments below!

Updated April 2018: We've completely overhauled this list, replacing the recalled Belkin charger with a newer, safer one (sorry about that), removed the Maxboost charger and replaced it with a Spigen.

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