Power gadgets on the move with a USB in-car charger
Motorists are being given an opportunity this winter to ensure none of their gadgets run out of life on the motorway with the help of a universal twin output in-car USB charger, offered by Beststuff.co.uk.
The product allows drivers to charge two items at once while navigating the countryís roads, ensuring all their technology remains fully charged. Any gadget that features a USB connection can be powered all the while the car is on the move.†
Running out of battery at the wheel will become a thing of the past with the aid of the device. It also boasts several safety functions that will keep users free from danger, such as short-circuit protection and an automatic overload cut-off.†This means it is impossible for gadgets to be overcharged, while the charger itself cannot be overburdened. In the car, when a driverís focus will be on the road, this can potentially be critical.†
Britons searching for a practical Christmas present for a loved one will find it makes sense to invest in one of the chargers, which can be purchased for just £4.99.
The product is capable of accepting both 12V and 24V, making it suitable for use in both cars and larger vehicles such as trucks.†A USB connection makes it a functional charger, as there are many devices and gadgets that can be easily charged with the tool. These include satnavs, iPods, mobile phones and MP3 players - all of which can be hugely valued by motorists while they are at the wheel.†
Those who drive for a living and are on the road for many hours will find access to the charger means they do not have to ration their use of devices such as satnavs. It will also ensure they do not have to seek electrical points in service stations and other facilities in order to charge their equipment.†
For a safe and effective way to charge gadgets on the move, there is no better option than the twin output in-car USB product.
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