Buy dual USB Car Charger and get FREE 6-Port Mains USB Charger 60W @ Amazon £6.99 (Prime) £10.98 (Non-prime) Sold by Bifrost UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Buy dual USB Car Charger and get FREE 6-Port Mains USB Charger 60W @ Amazon £6.99 (Prime) £10.98 (Non-prime) Sold by Bifrost UK and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 5th Apr 2017
Originally found by Gordon.Bell but deal seems to be back.

Buy Lumsing Car Charger 24W / 4.8A Dual USB Car Adapter and get a Lumsing 6 port USB Mains charger for FREE. Total price = £6.99 for prime members,

Car charger link: amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1

Scroll down to 'Special offers and product promotions' and you should see 'Receive 1 Lumsing 60W 6 Port USB Desktop Charger free when you purchase 1 or more Qualifying items offered by Bifrost UK. Enter code QC3MHEBD at checkout. Here's how (terms and conditions apply)'

Add both to basket and enter the code at checkout
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Looks like a deal/ don't need but ordered thanks!
Ordered. No need to enter code.
sam_of_london

Ordered. No need to enter code.



Didn't knock the 11.99 off for me until I entered it.
rheumatoid

Didn't knock the 11.99 off for me until I entered it.



​For me it was 6.99 at checkout without any code. Let's see it becomes even cheaper with code.
Nice find. Ordered. Thanks
it's not quick charge!
Bought this the other day, but when adding the code it wont work for me.
Didnt need code.
Good shout as i just missed out on this the other day.
Cheers
pimmzy

it's not quick charge!



No and it isn't wireless either but both for £7 FFS. I don't like quick charge anyway and only use it if I'm desperate as I reckon it heats up my battery too much and will shorten its life.
got it this time, missed out the other day, thanks op
yeah not qc but who cares for tis price as a 2nd charger, missed the last deal, thanks op
where do you enter the code?
Nice one be good for the kids bedroom and my 2 port car charger doesn't actually charge two devices at the same time hopefully this one will
jonesm123

where do you enter the code?



at amazon checkout
Whoa!
thanks OP -ordered
If you prefer a Quick charge port on the car adapter, the same deal exists for £7.99
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Lumsing-Charger-Charging-Technology-Blackberries/dp/B01DXRP9W0/ref=pd_cp_107_2

If you want quick charge on both car adapter and home charger (40W 5 port) - £9.99
amazon.co.uk/Lum…7_3?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=034WK4EMK6PY2XPSD70X
(go to promotions and add the Quick charge car adapter and use code LN2YGVHL )
Edited by: "Gordon.Bell" 5th Apr 2017
Gordon.Bell

If you prefer a Quick charge port on the car adapter, the same deal … If you prefer a Quick charge port on the car adapter, the same deal exists for £7.99https://www.amazon.co.uk/Lumsing-Charger-Charging-Technology-Blackberries/dp/B01DXRP9W0/ref=pd_cp_107_2



​Argh I would have preferred that but mine states already redeemed offer for the 6 port charger unless if I cancel will it come back
Cheers OP, ordered
Bought one of these and popped first time plugged it in.

Don't have much faith in this brand or product

Hopefully was just a one off
Great deal, didn't need it but bought them earlier! both for £6.99 and no code needed. Thanks op.
Something else that I don't need, bought anyway.
you sure if you cancel it will come back?
The 6 port charger has been dispatched so I didn't bother messing about it looks a lot chunkier than my one anyway
Is this brand any good? Seen a few of their products at a lowish price
Gollywood

Is this brand any good? Seen a few of their products at a lowish price



I have a power bank of theirs that has been excellent so far.
Have a 5 port adaptor already for over a month all seems to work no weird noises but someone did test it and found it wasn't massively powerful and maybe not up to par with power on the outputs but this for me is only for iPhones so doesn't really matter
Kyballion

Bought one of these and popped first time plugged it in.Don't have much … Bought one of these and popped first time plugged it in.Don't have much faith in this brand or productHopefully was just a one off


That's bound to happen in some cases - it's called the bathtub curve. You can't judge a whole brand, let alone a product, on a sample of one.
tezray

The 6 port charger has been dispatched so I didn't bother messing about … The 6 port charger has been dispatched so I didn't bother messing about it looks a lot chunkier than my one anyway


It's chunky and it's heavy. Unless they've filled it with sand, it's got a decent amount of iron and copper in it.
Can only get a £7.99 discount on the QC car charger. So £10.99 for me, not £6.99 as per OP.
Hope its not the buzzy type otherwise is going straight back
What's the max output of the mains charger?
Am I missing something or is this not working?
Krizzo3

Hope its not the buzzy type otherwise is going straight back


Mine isn't buzzy.
Narcotix

What's the max output of the mains charger?


Watts = volts x amps. Volts = 5, watts = 60 so amps = 12. Individual outlets are rated at 3A but you won't be able to draw over 12A in total.
Edited by: "pibpob" 5th Apr 2017
First impressions last.

Electronics are pretty predictable, we are not talking rocket science. There are numerous electrical engineering practises that could have been applied to stop a spark generating in the first place.

I would have opened it up for a closer inspection but had to return the item as was for them to investigate.

My point is, clearly they do not fully apply the safest electrical methods or they have a bad QC team. Either way, I would rather spend £15 £20 on an Anker product with a reliable track record.

Not all items for sale have a cheap alternative.

I'm not willing to risk plugging in my electrical items or setting my house on fire for a few quid.

There's a big difference between saving money and ignorance
Kyballion

First impressions last.Electronics are pretty predictable, we are not … First impressions last.Electronics are pretty predictable, we are not talking rocket science. There are numerous electrical engineering practises that could have been applied to stop a spark generating in the first place.I would have opened it up for a closer inspection but had to return the item as was for them to investigate.My point is, clearly they do not fully apply the safest electrical methods or they have a bad QC team. Either way, I would rather spend £15 £20 on an Anker product with a reliable track record.Not all items for sale have a cheap alternative. I'm not willing to risk plugging in my electrical items or setting my house on fire for a few quid.There's a big difference between saving money and ignorance


Plenty of ignorance going on here: equating expense with reliability for a start.
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