Universal Car Charger Adapter - 2.1A & 1.0A → Aluminium ← dual usb 2-port USB Free shipping 0.79p @ Aliexpress (Automobile selling store) - HotUKDeals
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Universal Car Charger Adapter - 2.1A & 1.0A → Aluminium ← dual usb 2-port USB Free shipping 0.79p @ Aliexpress (Automobile selling store)

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2813 orders sold - 98% 4 or 5 star. Aluminium dual usb 2-port USB Universal Car Charger Adapter Charge your phone etc in your car. 2 rapid-charge USB ports Plugs into any car power outlet … Read More
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9m, 3w agoFound 9 months, 3 weeks ago
2813 orders sold - 98% 4 or 5 star.

Aluminium dual usb 2-port USB Universal Car Charger Adapter

Charge your phone etc in your car.

2 rapid-charge USB ports

Plugs into any car power outlet

2.1 A & 1.0 A

Charge two mobile devices at once

Universal USB port works with most USB cables

Short Charging time

Separate charger and cable for versatile use

Compatible with iPhone 6, iPhone 5, iPad mini, iPad, iPod touch, iPod nano, and many Digital cameras.

Specifications:

Type: Car Charger

Material: Aluminum ☚

Net weight: Approx 23g

Input DC12-24V

Output DC5.0V-2.1A

Length: approx. 65mm

Diameter: approx. 25mm

Colour:

• Black

• Silver

• Gold

please note there is a cheap .57p ebay.com and is all plastic
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#1
http://i63.tinypic.com/bje3ow.png
8 Likes #2
Wonder what's frying tonight... Oh yer anything constantly plugged into this

Seriously.... are you are going to keep trusting that expensive new piece of tech in a 90p China Charger
You might get away with it once maybe... if your lucky ;)
#3
These are rubbish. On the 2.1A port, it literally takes over 9 hrs to charge (Note 4).
#4
illusion786
These are rubbish. On the 2.1A port, it literally takes over 9 hrs to charge (Note 4).

This product is outputing 5V-2.1A
9 hours is excessive
http://forums.androidcentral.com/samsung-galaxy-note-4/468404-how-long-should-note-4-quick-charging-time-take.html

Edited By: deany76 on Aug 30, 2016 07:35
#5
how can I change currency from $ to £?
If I pay in $ my bank will charge extra for currency conversion. there is no option for PayPal too...
1 Like #6
Why on earth would anyone trust one of these with any smartphone that costs more than £50?

Sure, many people have no problems but why even bother with the potential risk?
1 Like #7
suchitmehta7
how can I change currency from $ to £?
If I pay in $ my bank will charge extra for currency conversion. there is no option for PayPal too...

Hi
You need to set your region to UK
http://i67.tinypic.com/29m6nlw.png
#8
Not saying these are bad but I would never use cheap again as the last griffin ones I got from eBay caused electrical issues on my car
#9
i bought this from ebay using a UK seller and it got very hot after 30 mins use. had to use my coat sleeve to remove it from the lighter port. complaint was made and went in the bin !
1 Like #10
As least your car will be cremated!
#11
cburns
Wonder what's frying tonight... Oh yer anything constantly plugged into this

Seriously.... are you are going to keep trusting that expensive new piece of tech in a 90p China Charger
You might get away with it once maybe... if your lucky ;)


you do realise that most stuff is built in china even you're phone is proberly made in china.
1 Like #12
Yes I do... and great stuff is made in China... Backed by a good name/make, is throughly tested and has a safe truthful warranty.... unlike this fracking wap ;)
1 Like #13
review was good.. bought 2.
thanks op
#14
How do you buy the all black one ???
#15
Fry your phone for less than a pound.
1 Like #16
deany76
illusion786
These are rubbish. On the 2.1A port, it literally takes over 9 hrs to charge (Note 4).

This product is outputing 5V-2.1A
9 hours is excessive
http://forums.androidcentral.com/samsung-galaxy-note-4/468404-how-long-should-note-4-quick-charging-time-take.html



Yeah thats what it says... But does it really output that... FC charges to 50-70% with-in 45 min via wall plug.

Like some else said above.. This thing just heats up very hot...

I travelled to Leeds from London, around 4 hrs drive. Battery died while on charge, with screen off.... oO
1 Like #17
You spend £600.00 on a phone and 79p on frying it.

Edited By: haritori on Aug 31, 2016 00:52
#18
Boxer
How do you buy the all black one ???
Hi
Its the 1st selection of the three 'Black'
hope this helps
cheers
#19
Got one of this, cant fault it, works well with iPhone
1 Like #20
suchitmehta7
how can I change currency from $ to £?
If I pay in $ my bank will charge extra for currency conversion. there is no option for PayPal too...
There is an option on top.
#21
haritori
You spend £600.00 on a phone and 79p on frying it.
you could say the same about buying S7 vs Xiaomi Mi5 same internals but latter cost 1/3 of the price I didnt see any explosions of the Xiaomi
just because something has been assembled in china doesnt mean its inferior
#22
losdamianos
haritori
You spend £600.00 on a phone and 79p on frying it.
you could say the same about buying S7 vs Xiaomi Mi5 same internals but latter cost 1/3 of the price I didnt see any explosions of the Xiaomi
just because something has been assembled in china doesnt mean its inferior

I could bet my back teeth that something thats assemble that makes profit for 79p! is not of the quality as something that is built with quality components.

also this I would consider to be built at at least 1/10 of the cost of a decent charger. and we are not compaing

also you comparison is wrong, only the CPU is the same, the screen is vastly inferior to the S7 as is the camera and other items.
#23
I'm with the majority here.

The risk to your devices and car vs a few more pounds to buy a known, reviewed, reputable product.

Really not worth the risk IMO. To those saying they have one and it's fine..... the retailers/manufacturers of these types of unbranded electronics change suppliers and specs all the time. Buying today doesn't mean you'll get the same product if you buy again tomorrow.
#24
These cheap chargers destroy DAB radio signal avoid avoid avoid
#25
Agree, avoid this unknown devil.......
#26
shinds
Not saying these are bad but I would never use cheap again as the last griffin ones I got from eBay caused electrical issues on my car

That reminds me I need to get the cigarette lighter repaired in my Sinclair C5
#27
If it gets hot, then its cold,
otherwise its HOT
how do they even cover the postage and packaging with 79p?
#28
I too was looking for a replacement dual port USB charger and bought one of these from Amazon.
Whilst nearly 9x the cost but 2.4amp on each USB port - any good?
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00Q2GFP4M/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
#29
shinds
Not saying these are bad but I would never use cheap again as the last griffin ones I got from eBay caused electrical issues on my car

I bought a griffin one years ago, its till going and it charges pretty fast, iv got a note 4
1 Like #30
deany76
illusion786
These are rubbish. On the 2.1A port, it literally takes over 9 hrs to charge (Note 4).

This product is outputing 5V-2.1A
9 hours is excessive
http://forums.androidcentral.com/samsung-galaxy-note-4/468404-how-long-should-note-4-quick-charging-time-take.html


Correction. 'This product claims to charge at 5V 2.1A. I've bought cheap Chinese chargers in the past to charge cheap things like Powerbanks and Raspberry Pi's and most were dreadful.
#31
deany76
Boxer
How do you buy the all black one ???
Hi
Its the 1st selection of the three 'Black'
hope this helps
cheers
That's not black its silver (Click on it, its silver). I want the black one on the right in the top picture. My dashboard is black and it wont be noticeable if I leave it plugged in :)
#32
can't just assume these are bad because they are a good deal - otherwise you shouldn't be OK HUKD
#33
Be warned these cheaper items can really mess up your FM radio reception.
#34
has any electricians taken one apart?
#35
shinds
Not saying these are bad but I would never use cheap again as the last griffin ones I got from eBay caused electrical issues on my car


Those would have been counterfeit/fakes. There are a huge number of fake Griffin chargers on eBay. And Amazon for that matter...

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