2-Pack RAVPower Dual USB Car Charger (4.8A/24W, iSmart Charging, Built-in Safety Protection) for Smartphones, Tablets and More (18mo Warranty) £7.19 Prime / £11.18 non prime @ Amazon / Sunvalleytek-UK
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2-Pack RAVPower Dual USB Car Charger (4.8A/24W, iSmart Charging, Built-in Safety Protection) for Smartphones, Tablets and More (18mo Warranty) £7.19 Prime / £11.18 non prime @ Amazon / Sunvalleytek-UK

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Found 5th Jan
I've been looking for some reliable chargers for the car, and noticed this 2 pack is a great price for Prime members. £7.19 delivered for the pair, otherwise it's £11.18 for non-prime members.

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  • Ultra Slim & Small: This compact aluminum alloy coated car charger (2.32 x 0.98 x 0.98 inches) packs a powerful punch with a combined 4.8A output
  • Own a tablet and smartphone? Charge both at the same time with two 2.4A charging ports (Don't support Quick Charge Function)
  • iSmart technology automatically adapts suitable input current for your devices and maximizes the charging speed
  • Automatically adjusts the voltage received from the vehicle so your device always charges at a constant rate
  • Extreme power requires protection: Sophisticated circuit design ensures devices are safe from over-heating, over-current and over-charging; Also You can get Lifetime Warranty (if register) and friendly customer service from us
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Ordered thanks, good spot
Got them at this price last time on offer. Tempted to get another pair.
No rush delivery and get a £1 credit on digital also. Thx
Picture looks like a binoculor
Ebay 1.79 £
szymonmeczenow3 h, 30 m ago

Ebay 1.79 £


If you like risking your car's electrics with some no-name or fake charger! For the £2 each, I'll go for a trusted brand.
Is it the fast charging one
yeah, fast charging 2.4A
standard are usually 1.0A
some have one of each on, this has 2 of the 2.4A so brilliant!
Ordered, thanks OP
Edited by: "gatch" 6th Jan
Blazzz6th Jan

Is it the fast charging one


Depends. 2.4A is pretty standard these days. Only old chargers are 1amp.

If you want to use the Fast Charging from Samsung etc, then you need one that supports 'QuickCharge' - these do not.

This is quite important if you use your phone as a satnav, as even with a 2.4amp charger, the phone can still drain is being used heavily. It's actually a higher voltage you need for the phones that support QuickCharge, not a higher amp.

If your phone is USB-C, then buy a USB-C charger, as these have an even higher amp output.
nomnomnomnom13 m ago

Depends. 2.4A is pretty standard these days. Only old chargers are 1amp.If …Depends. 2.4A is pretty standard these days. Only old chargers are 1amp.If you want to use the Fast Charging from Samsung etc, then you need one that supports 'QuickCharge' - these do not.This is quite important if you use your phone as a satnav, as even with a 2.4amp charger, the phone can still drain is being used heavily. It's actually a higher voltage you need for the phones that support QuickCharge, not a higher amp.If your phone is USB-C, then buy a USB-C charger, as these have an even higher amp output.


This.

I'm currently using this in my car:
amazon.co.uk/dp/…5W/ (£9.99 each)
...which fast charges my Galaxy S8+ through a wireless cradle. Obviously a bit more expensive than those on this deal, but far more futureproof and I find that if I stick the phone in the cradle for my commute, I don't need to charge it otherwise.

It's worth noting that there are two competing quick charge standards - USB-C which pushes more current out at 5v, and Qualcomm's QC which raises the voltage. Both deliver more power than a regular 5v/2A charger, but you need to be sure that your charger matches whatever your phone will do. For example, Google's devices only support the USB-C standard, but Samsung's actually work with either.
kkthomask5th Jan

Picture looks like a binoculor



No it doesn't.binoculars have glass lenses and eye pieces and a little wheely bit in the middle a neck strap etc
I got this amazon.co.uk/dp/…p_1 4 port for £6.99 (prime) and am very pleased with it.
I’ve got one of these and it feels solid.

Mine gives 2x 2.4amps: plenty of juice for accessories.
Good deal. I am running front & rear dash cams off of this, hidden behind the glove box & hard wired to fuse board. It's a quality bit of kit. Doesn't get warm in use. Works flawlessly. I think I paid almost the same for one.
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Bought one of these exact ones, when HUKD had an offer on just one.
Works great! Far better than the old ciggy burner.
woldranger6th Jan

If you like risking your car's electrics with some no-name or fake …If you like risking your car's electrics with some no-name or fake charger! For the £2 each, I'll go for a trusted brand.


I think all cars are equipped with a safety fuse for the charging port.
Ordered these a couple of months ago and they’re brilliant. Well worth the money and solid
zarthegreatest9 h, 51 m ago

I think all cars are equipped with a safety fuse for the charging port.


I don't think I'd be taking the chance based on assumptions
£11.99 now for Prime.
fatabelly28 m ago

£11.99 now for Prime.


Read OP again. Especially Bold part
Few things worth to know before anyone will buy it.

- HUKD seems to be spammed by this company recently
- This is a standard charger, not fast, not quick, neither smart, just plain 2.4amp on each socket - "Don't support Quick Charge Function"
- "LED lit charging ports" - which basically means annoying constant distracting light overnight
BTW blue light is worse for our eyes as they struggle to focus on it.
Edited by: "teddybeers" 13th Jan
Ravpower are reasonable. I find they are not as well built as Anker. After sales support is good though. I also found that their cables dont charge as fast as the Anker ones; when hooked up to a Samsung fast charger.

So if you really want to penny pinch, then go for Ravpower. Otherwise Anker.
Doesn't the pound shop sell these?
I have a couple of these already, solid little units and the only one I have that’ll charge an iPad.
I purchased these about a week ago, no difference in terms of charging time v the pound shop ones, good build quality but thats all your paying for, also only one port lights up, I left a review on Amazon for them and others have commented that they last about 6 months. Good after sales support though, I got a dodgy one initially and they replaced it for me. Still a good price for two as build quality is solid.
I have this one, it's 3.1A and only £1.70 with fast free delivery
Edited by: "qwales" 14th Jan
You’ll not get quality or performance like this from a Poundland charger. I’ve been using these for a couple of months (paid £5 or £6 for a pair in November) and they’re rock solid. Unless I’ve not seen some newer fancier version of the usual Poundland/Word charger, from what I remember the last one could barley muster up 4.5v and came nowhere near delivering the 500mA it was rated for. Opened it up to find a virtually bare circuit board that offered zero protection should anything nasty happen – not the sort of thing you’d want to charge a £500 phone with.
I used this one already I mean this quality charger but after 3 days this charger stopped to work permanently!
gomawita8 h, 30 m ago

I used this one already I mean this quality charger but after 3 days this …I used this one already I mean this quality charger but after 3 days this charger stopped to work permanently!



Send it back and get a refund or a replacement
Use these , good quality. No issues, lifetime warranty and Ravpower customer service is excellent, originally bought singles at £6.99 , think I'll buy this pair.
qwales14th Jan

I have this one, it's 3.1A and only £1.70 with fast free delivery


risky purchase, burn your car and device, not worth the risk
bigf4 h, 1 m ago

risky purchase, burn your car and device, not worth the risk



Unlikely to burn anything imo, it's all made in China these days, this is probably just them cutting out the middle man. All the guys above are doing is getting the factory to slap on their company name and chucking an extra £5 on top is my guess. Mine seems fine anyway, if you feel more comfortable buying local I'm sure it's good for the economy.
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