It’s easy to hardwire auto and motorcycle accessories with a handy 12 volt to USB cable. Instead of screwing around with cigarette lighter adapters pick up one of these special cables that drop the line voltage down to the standard USB output of 5 volts.
Most generic USB chargers that plug into a cigarette lighter outlet put out a measly half an amp. The over9000 compact USB charger provides up to 2.1 amp output! Of course your device will only draw the power it needs to charge properly- so use it for everything. You can safely connect any 5 volt chargeable device to this USB adapter.
Charge your mobile device in your car with this adapter
Works with your own USB cable
Ultra low profile design with easy pull handle
Built in smart chip spoofs a data line connection for devices that do not allow 3rd party chargers
Smart Chip monitors both the charger and connected device for safe charging
Front power switch with blue LED
DC input: 12v
DC output: 5v @ 2.1 amps – can temporarily spike to 3.0 amps
Compatibility: Standard size USB port for charging smartphones (iPhone & Android!), tablets, mobile phones, cameras, mp3 players, and various other USB chargeable devices
Charging cables are quickly becoming a nuisance. You never have one where or when you need it. We all have a dozen around the house- if we could just find one.
That’s why I was fascinated with this clever idea from a company best known for irritating battery commercials. The Energizer Premium USB Wall Charger plugs into a standard wall socket to provide 5 watt power via two standard USB ports AND a place to stow the cord.
Duh! This clever design from Energizer keeps unruly cables in their place while allowing you to charge two devices. Simple but brilliant!
For under $20 my life has been simplified. Now that’s a bargain.
Here’s a clever idea that we think should become a new standard for residential wiring.
The USB Wall Plug adds two handy computer plugs to the standard 110 volt wall receptacle. Now you can charge any phone, MP3 player, tablet, laptop or electrical device that uses the common USB connector. Spiffy!
Replaces the standard household wall outlet. And get this- it’s made in the U.S.A. When’s the last time you heard that referring to anything electronic?