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You'll want one of these $7 dual-USB chargers in every car you own

Whether you are in your car for just a few minutes a day or spend a large portion of your day in it, you should definitely have a charger in it. We've seen tons of advancements in smartphone and tablet batteries lately, but we demand a lot from our phones and can't afford to have it die during the day.

Since you probably carry more than one gadget with you while on the go, you'll want to check out Anker's 24W dual-USB car charger. Right now you can pick one up for $6.99 (opens in new tab) at Amazon with coupon code BEST2311. Each USB port offers a 2.4A output, which is enough to easily charge a tablet at full-speed while on the go.

  • Advanced Charging Technology: PowerIQ and VoltageBoost combine to provide the fastest possible charge up to 4.8 amps or 2.4 amps per port. (Does not support Qualcomm Quick Charge).
  • Certified Safe: Anker's MultiProtect safety system ensures complete protection for you and your devices.
  • Compact Design: One of the industry's smallest ever USB car chargers, featuring two USB ports and an LED light for after dark.

Anker offers an 18-month warranty on the charger.

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Jared started off writing about mobile phones back when BlackBerry ruled the market, and Windows Mobile was kinda cool. Now, with a family, mortgage and other responsibilities he has no choice but to look for the best deals, and he's here to share them with you.
14 Comments
  • Every Car? Better make sure it's compatible with your Pixel if you have one.
  • Why wouldn't it work with the Pixel? It won't quick charge it, but it will still charge it.
  • The question is the same for any Pixel Charger. Is it on the Nathan List of approved chagers that won't fry your Pixel because it might be wired incorrectly
  • so if it doesn't support quick charge, then it just charges every android phone at a normal (slow?) rate? why not just get a QC charger from anker or aukey?
  • Price. Some people want to get something cheap and don't care much about the QC part of it.
  • OK, I'll bite: what other devices am i supposed to be carrying with me on a daily basis that might run out of juice at the same time as my phone?
  • Bluetooth headphones, maybe? A smartwatch, perhaps? Or a Nintendo switch possibly... I carry a torch which charges through USB, but honestly it needs charging about once every 3 months or so.. I'll get one for every car I own though. Mostly because I own zero cars lol.
  • Your passenger's phone maybe
  • let me understand...no quick charge support and no usb c support but it should be in every car? eh, no
  • You know how many phones are not QC compatible, and still use Micro-USB? Hint: More than you may think.
  • You're wrong Jared. I don't want one for every car I own, because it doesn't support Quick Charge. Change your article title please.
  • You may not, but there are lots of people out there who do want them in their vehicles. Quick Charge isn't super important to everyone, and there are a LOT of people out there using phones that aren't QC compatible.
  • Just giving you a hard time, Jared.. Thanks for responding though.
  • Of course! I am always reading the feedback and seeing what people say. We try to curate these deals carefully each day and take it seriously.