(Mis-price?) CeeOne Quick Charge 2.0 42W 3-Port USB Car Charger - £7.99 prime / £11.98 non prime Sold by CeeoneOfficial EU and Fulfilled by Amazon
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(Mis-price?) CeeOne Quick Charge 2.0 42W 3-Port USB Car Charger - £7.99 prime / £11.98 non prime Sold by CeeoneOfficial EU and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 6th Jan 2016
Usually retails for £12.99 I believe, but the price is showing as £7.99 (this is for a 3-USB port car charger!) This is the SAME price as their 1-USB port car charger and CHEAPER than their 2-USB port car charger! Must be a mis-price. Get in there before they correct the error!!

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Quick Charge 2.0 Compatible Models: Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, Edge+, Note 5, Note 4, Note Edge, Google Nexus 6, Nexus 5, Sony Xperia Z5, Z5 Compact, Z4, Z4 Tablet, Z3, Z3 Compact, Z3 Tablet Compact, Z2 Tablet, LG G Flex2, G4, V10, HTC One M9, HTC One (M8), One Remix (Verizon Mini 2), Desire EYE, Motorola Droid Turbo, Moto X 2014,Xiaomi Mi4, Mi3, Mi Note, Asus Transformer T100, Asus Zenfone 2, yotaphone 2, Samsung Fast Charge Qi Wireless Charging Pad, and more.

It can charge 3 devices simultaneously at full speed. Exclusive technologies combine to provide the fastest possible charge up to 2.4 amps for all other devices.

Package included Quick ChargeTM 2.0 car charger (One Rapid Port Support QC 2.0) and an 20AWG 3ft Micro USB Cable

Compact size, plugs into cigarette lighter for all cars with DC 12-24V; Made from high quality materials with short circuit, over-heating and over-charging protection and automatic shut-down.

Note: While iPhone and iPad do not support Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0, this product still charges iPhones and iPads at their full speed.
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cheers and I got one..
I don't have a car can I use it at home
argosextra

I don't have a car can I use it at home


Yes
Bendown

Yes



you could use the lead.. but how can you use the cig lighter thing?
argosextra

I don't have a car can I use it at home



No, you'll need to buy some sort of an adapter to use at home.
who actually needs to charge 3 things at the same time during a car journey?
rossaw

who actually needs to charge 3 things at the same time during a car … who actually needs to charge 3 things at the same time during a car journey?



Well, it depends. If you're out with friends or family on a long car journey, this could come very useful.

Or if you have multiple devices in the car - one USB port to use for a car dash cam. One USB port to use for charging a mobile. One USB port for a car aromatherapy diffuser? I don't know.
ajavaid92

Well, it depends. If you're out with friends or family on a long car … Well, it depends. If you're out with friends or family on a long car journey, this could come very useful.Or if you have multiple devices in the car - one USB port to use for a car dash cam. One USB port to use for charging a mobile. One USB port for a car aromatherapy diffuser? I don't know.



I guess if someone posts a deal for a USB kettle, then maybe I'll get one too then :P
Bendown

Yes



Yes? And how would you use this at home, without any sort of adapter or converter? Please enlighten us.
Henlans

you could use the lead.. but how can you use the cig lighter thing?


You cant, but I gave a silly reply to a silly question
rossaw

who actually needs to charge 3 things at the same time during a car … who actually needs to charge 3 things at the same time during a car journey?


Two dash cams (back and front) and my mobile phone with Sat nav function. I have a 4 USB one..... one spare in case I want to charge my Bluetooth visor too, although not often connected. USB cables are neater than using the connectors the stuff came with, although I reccommend using ferrite core chokes to minimise radio interference.
rossaw

who actually needs to charge 3 things at the same time during a car … who actually needs to charge 3 things at the same time during a car journey?



​my phone, work phone, work tablet, blue tooth barcode reader, led torch, my laptop.

how many is that? 6

not all at once but a queue often builds up.
99rb

​my phone, work phone, work tablet, blue tooth barcode reader, led torch, … ​my phone, work phone, work tablet, blue tooth barcode reader, led torch, my laptop. how many is that? 6not all at once but a queue often builds up.



​oh yes, dash cam too!
Don't need it but hey its a bargain :-)
tempted by this one, future proofed for £2 extra
amazon.co.uk/Auk…W6G
rossaw

I guess if someone posts a deal for a USB kettle, then maybe I'll get one … I guess if someone posts a deal for a USB kettle, then maybe I'll get one too then :P


Good god, even if you could get 42W out of one socket to power your kettle, that is still nearly 50 times less than the typical 2KW kettle, leave alone the 3KW models. So unless your commute takes you to Moscow and back, a USB kettle would be inadvisable. X)
argosextra

I don't have a car can I use it at home



​You could use it at home but you would need a 12 volt car battery to connect it to.
I'm surprised I still haven't read a message about somebody contacting in to make the company aware of their error...
ajavaid92

I'm surprised I still haven't read a message about somebody contacting in … I'm surprised I still haven't read a message about somebody contacting in to make the company aware of their error...



Probably because it's not that big an error if at all; EasyAcc and 1byone had similar quality 3 port USB chargers for this price before.
Bendown

Yes



As a butt plug?
looks like reviews were for a Free charger
fake full price.. and reviews ... yeah right.....

its just a generic charger with a brand name stamped on it.. loads of exact same model for sale if you look, but another name on it..



Edited by: "paulkerr" 7th Jan 2016
rossaw

who actually needs to charge 3 things at the same time during a car … who actually needs to charge 3 things at the same time during a car journey?



Ever heard of children? Mine constantly have various different devices on the go in the back seats. Keeps them quiet and occupied on a long journey.
Loads of them on there - some this BT transmitter and a USB charger, which is what I need most as I have an old car and it doesn't yet have an aux jack or BT pairing for my phone - but j guess different people different needs
rossaw

who actually needs to charge 3 things at the same time during a car … who actually needs to charge 3 things at the same time during a car journey?



Sat Nav, Phone and Tablet in case you want to watch the snooker whilst driving, not sure if that's legal but I'm doing it hands free so should be fine I think.
Mis-price. Tee hee just what the 'marketing' man was thinking.
Edited by: "topss" 16th Jan 2016
fishmaster

Sat Nav, Phone and Tablet in case you want to watch the snooker whilst … Sat Nav, Phone and Tablet in case you want to watch the snooker whilst driving, not sure if that's legal but I'm doing it hands free so should be fine I think.


Definitely not!
Saying it's a miss-price to get more heat haha. Standard price for an item on sale
wayno93

tempted by this one, future proofed for £2 … tempted by this one, future proofed for £2 extrahttp://www.amazon.co.uk/Aukey-Charging-Technology-Qualcomm-Supported-Type-C-car-charger/dp/B018U6J0LK/ref=pd_sim_sbs_23_1?ie=UTF8&dpID=41F6MPDkeHL&dpSrc=sims&preST=_AC_UL160_SR160%2C160_&refRID=0HG814NC23WDV9F4MW6G


You do realise 'Future Proof' is marketing BS?
nihcaj

Two dash cams (back and front) and my mobile phone with Sat nav function. … Two dash cams (back and front) and my mobile phone with Sat nav function. I have a 4 USB one..... one spare in case I want to charge my Bluetooth visor too, although not often connected. USB cables are neater than using the connectors the stuff came with, although I reccommend using ferrite core chokes to minimise radio interference.



Are you driving KITT?
Can it charge my Nissan Leaf on the go?
Edited by: "ZoroBandit" 16th Jan 2016
Bossworld

Are you driving KITT?



No, quite the opposite - it is precisely because I don't want a load of plugs and sockets hanging all over the place I use a 4 port USB device instead of the over-sized plugs they come with, and because I am disabled, I can't mess on hard-wiring it now. Unfortunately the plain USB cables have a habit of picking up interference, so the ferrite chokes help that out.

You might remember this thread when you get a crash for cash attempt.

18 months to sort an insurance claim with a drunken Polish lorry driver, followed by one (failed) crash for cash attempt made me realise you are very lonely on the road, even when surrounded by other drivers and a passenger as witness!
Edited by: "nihcaj" 17th Jan 2016
nihcaj

No, quite the opposite - it is precisely because I don't want a load of … No, quite the opposite - it is precisely because I don't want a load of plugs and sockets hanging all over the place I use a 4 port USB device instead of the over-sized plugs they come with, and because I am disabled, I can't mess on hard-wiring it now. Unfortunately the plain USB cables have a habit of picking up interference, so the ferrite chokes help that out.You might remember this thread when you get a crash for cash attempt.18 months to sort an insurance claim with a drunken Polish lorry driver, followed by one (failed) crash for cash attempt made me realise you are very lonely on the road, even when surrounded by other drivers and a passenger as witness!



Fair does, the wires coming off one socket would drive me mad hence the question but understand your reasons. I've got an SJ4000 hard wired behind the rear view mirror but the car's got Bluetooth built in and a USB port for phones.
andiejn

You do realise 'Future Proof' is marketing BS?



Obviously, but with USB C/QC 3 only trickling out on the latest flagships, it'll be a couple of years before QC4 and probably at least 5 before a new port... Worth £2 imo
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