Car Charger, Haweel® - 2 Port USB Adaptor with Back Passenger Extended Dual Port USB Hub - Max Output 9.6A 1 £12.99 del @ Amazon (dispatched & sold by  Fone Stuff)
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Car Charger, Haweel® - 2 Port USB Adaptor with Back Passenger Extended Dual Port USB Hub - Max Output 9.6A 1 £12.99 del @ Amazon (dispatched & sold by Fone Stuff)

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Found 10th Sep 2017
  • In Car Charger - 4 USB PORTS, 2 Ports in the front and 2 USB Ports for Passengers at the Back
  • HIGH POWER, RAPID - No more worrying about devices charging slowly at the same time, each port gives you 2.4A of power
  • EXTENDED LEAD with SEAT CLIP - 1.8m in length that can easily be maneuvered and secured at the back of the front seat or stuck with double sided adhesive
  • Anti-Heating and Over Charging Technology to ensure you and your gadget stays safe
  • 1 YEAR WARRANTY, No quibble 14 day return Policy. ANSWER ALL emails and queries within 24 HRS
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"No more worrying about devices charging slowly at the same time".


who worries about that?
Predikuesi16 m ago

"No more worrying about devices charging slowly at the same time".who …"No more worrying about devices charging slowly at the same time".who worries about that?


Who wouldn't? Especially in car where the device is likely to be used heavily while on charge.

Can't understand why this has been cold voted. Can someone point me to a similar device that is better value?
Well I voted hot as this is the sort of thing I need in the car when I have the following:

1) Kids with iPads/ iPhones/ Nintendo Switch/ wife with phone/ my phone as a satnav

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oos
I know its oos ... But a quick question.

Can a car battery manage a continual draw of 4 high output devices?

I have a honda jazz which is known for having a smaller battery. Ive been reluctant to use more than one charger at a time since my battery died while i was waiting 15 mins in a queue to get on a ferry
jnm2112 h, 47 m ago

Who wouldn't? Especially in car where the device is likely to be used …Who wouldn't? Especially in car where the device is likely to be used heavily while on charge.Can't understand why this has been cold voted. Can someone point me to a similar device that is better value?


I didn't vote cold, but B&M sell a similar Goodmans branded version for £7.99. However that only has 3.4A between the front 2 ports and dedicated 1A and 2.4A ports on the part for the back. I bought one to keep the kids tablets and 3DS powered and have no complaints. Depends on your needs.

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Edited by: "anlygi" 10th Sep 2017
anlygi22 m ago

I didn't vote cold, but B&M sell a similar Goodmans branded version for …I didn't vote cold, but B&M sell a similar Goodmans branded version for £7.99. However that only has 3.4A between the front 2 ports and dedicated 1A and 2.4A ports on the part for the back. I bought one to keep the kids tablets and 3DS powered and have no complaints. Depends on your needs.CLICK


So effectively that is a 2 port version (1A is not sufficient - heck some people want 36V 12A these days - I'm sure higher voltages are the cause of premature battery wear & maybe even some fires). I would say that the B&M version is hotter, but they are not in the same league. You should post it up - 1 hot vote waiting.
Regprentice2 h, 6 m ago

I know its oos ... But a quick question.Can a car battery manage a …I know its oos ... But a quick question.Can a car battery manage a continual draw of 4 high output devices? I have a honda jazz which is known for having a smaller battery. Ive been reluctant to use more than one charger at a time since my battery died while i was waiting 15 mins in a queue to get on a ferry



It will be perfectly fine while the engine running. I have similar setup, van refuses to go into start stop since im drawing a lot of power all the time! If you try running it while engine off, it won't output high levels of power to the charger so charging rate will be reduced to devices and yes eventually car battery can go flat.

edit:

amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1
Edited by: "Niz" 10th Sep 2017
Predikuesi14 h, 34 m ago

"No more worrying about devices charging slowly at the same time".who …"No more worrying about devices charging slowly at the same time".who worries about that?


Oh man, it keeps me up at night. The horror, the nightmares
Regprentice15 h, 25 m ago

I know its oos ... But a quick question.Can a car battery manage a …I know its oos ... But a quick question.Can a car battery manage a continual draw of 4 high output devices? I have a honda jazz which is known for having a smaller battery. Ive been reluctant to use more than one charger at a time since my battery died while i was waiting 15 mins in a queue to get on a ferry


Your alternator provides the charge,not the battery with engine on.
15 minutes engine off with a phone charging shouldnt deplete a healthy battery IME.
You guys are mixing up volts with amps.

The output from these will only be 5 volts per port
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