Review: Anker PowerDrive Speed 2 Car Charger

 

The latest charging technology is being implemented with more car chargers. You can basically expect car chargers to be on the same level as power banks and wall chargers. This is very important and vital because car chargers need to have the latest kind of tech since charging with a car charger is really only happening when the car is on and you’re driving. As a result, vehicle chargers are being created to adapt to a faster moving world where our expectations of charging speeds need match our needs.

In this case, Anker is one of the most prominent companies to be creating these fast car chargers and they’re really pushing the envelope with this highly objective and universal car charger that gives the best charging tech.

Power

 

Powering capabilities is what the main part of this car charger because that’s what you’re mostly going to experience. This is called the PowerDrvie Speed 2 and features two USB charging ports with the same exact tech in both. The two ports feature 3 of Anker’s main technologies that they specialize in; which is Quick Charge, PowerIQ and Voltage Boost. So the PowerIQ is able to deliver a max charging speed for any USB charging device that you connect to the charger.

Power IQ – 5V/2.4A

PowerIQ is basically Anker’s way of saying that the charger is able to give out a fast charging speed. In this case, both of the charging ports are capable of speeds at 5V/2.4A, which the max standard charging speed. This means that the car charger will be able to charge any standard USB charging device at its max speed. Assuming that the device is not Quick Charge compatible, it will charge at its max speed. This definitely applies to tablets such as iPads because the max charging rate for iPads is 5V/2.4A, so if you wanted to, you can charge 1 or 2 iPads at the same time at max charging speed. As for smartphones, as we mentioned, your smartphone will able to charge at its max speed as well.

The Voltage Boost from Anker is basically the technology that is able to keep voltage at a more constant rate, you can get a more in-depth explanation of what voltage is right here; but to basically sum it up, the Voltage Boost is able to keep the charging speed stable by keeping the voltage during charging at a constant speed. By doing so, the fast PowerIQ charging is more stable, this is especially useful if you’re charging devices that require lots of Amperages.

Quick Charge 3.0 – 5-9-12V/3.0A    5V/2.4A     9V/1.5A

The second most important aspect this car charger is the use of Quick Charge 3.0 in both of its USB ports. That’s right, you can charge 2 Quick Charge compatible devices at Quick Charge speeds at the same time. If want to know more about Quick Charge technology, then check it out here. Overall, you’re going to be getting a higher voltage and Amperage output if you’re using a Quick Charge compatible device. The higher Amperage will charge your device faster and with the higher voltage, the charging speed will be kept at a more constant speed.

The powering from this car charger is easily second to none. It has the fastest Standard charging speed and the Quick Charge technology that Quick Charge compatible devices can take advantage of. There’s no need worry about having a slow charge during your drive, but it’s important to think about if you’re really going to take advantage of the full tech package that it has. The main reason the car charger is priced at $31.99, is because the charging tech is the latest.

Design

On the design side of things, there’s not much that the car charger does differently, but it does very well with its size and the way it’s designed. The charge is 2.6 inches long and 1.4 inches in width and thickness. So it’s a very lower profile car charger that has the charging stem end, being able to stick fully inside the V12 outlet of your car.

 

The part with the charging ports is where the most distinguishable design aspects are; with the charger has a Carbon Fiber mesh that is enveloped around the USB charging ring. The Carbon Fiber makes it really easy to change the orientation of the car charger and taking it out because it’s really easy to grip.

 

Then there’s the Blue LED light within both of the charging ports. The light isn’t really bright but is a cool Blue color. It’s a perfect way to see the charger if you’re looking to plug in a device while it’s dark.

That all about sums up the design of the PowerDrive Speed 2 car charger. Its minimalistic design has features that make it easy to use and its small design leaves it to be very low-profile.

Build

Nearly the entire car charger is made of plastic, expect for a few parts. The charger’s stem and the area surrounding the car charger are made of plastic. It’s not a bad build, and most car chargers are made of plastic. There’s aren’t any parts that are going to fall apart simply by pulling the car charger out of its socket, and this can mostly be attributed the Carbon Fiber mesh ring that’s in between the stem and charging port area. The Carbon Fiber piece isn’t only to make the charger easier to handle but it’s also a catalyst to move the charger around and not to move the vital parts such as the USB charging port cover.

By reinforcing a part somewhat separate from the charger itself, the build is able to be less vulnerable from falling apart.

Along with a strong physical structure, Anker has implemented a smart safety tech features like Surge Protection, Temperature Control, and Short-Circuit protection to ensure that your devices are safe during fast charging situations. The Temperature control will most likely be the most apparent safety that’s used because during fast charging situations when Amperage Current is higher, that means there will be higher temperatures. To ensure that the Temperature inside the car charger doesn’t get too high, the charging speed may be lessened.

Reliability

This is one of the most reliable car chargers that money can buy. Sure, there are car chargers with more charging ports, but for a two-port car charger with its capabilities, it’s able to give an optimal charging experience to whoever uses it. It’s able to deliver max standard charging speed for non-compatible Quick Charge devices, and if do have a Quick Charge compatible device, then both devices are able to accommodate Quick Charge 3.0 speeds at the same time. Even if you have a Quick Charge 2.0 compatible device, then that will charge at QC 2.0 speed, since it’s backward compatible with QC 3.0.

It’s a low profile and very easy to use a car charger with its Carbon Fiber mesh being the main reason why it’s so easy to move around and remove. The Carbon Fiber mesh is also attributed to the build since you’re not pulling to twisting on vital points of the car charger.

However, with all that said, the car charger may be delivering too much for what you need. If you don’t plan on charging or don’t eve have a Quick Charge compatible device, then you have to ask yourself: “Do I really need it that much?”

 

The power is the aspect that you will mostly use during charging. Standard devices that don’t use Quick Charge will be able to charge at their max speed, and you can even charge two iPads at their max speeds. The two charging ports feature Quick Charge 3.0, which means that you can charge two Quick Charge compatible devices at the same time.

 

The design is much like other car chargers, with a small size and low profile. The most noticeable part is the Carbon Fiber mesh that makes it easy to move the car charger and to remove it from the V12 socket. There are Blue LED lights that are within both USB ports, and it makes it easy to see and access the charger.

 

It’s a good build that uses plastic, just like many other car chargers use. The best thing about the physical build is the use of the round Carbon Fiber part, which is strong and doesn’t move around or damaged other parts of the charger. Additionally, the charger has safety tech to ensure that your devices are safe during some fast charging.

 

It’s a very reliable car charger, with its universal fast charging, great design choices and strong build. However, it may be too reliable for its own good. This is because if you’re not going to using the Quick Charge 3.0 capabilities that it holds, then is there really a reason to pay for the price?

Specs of the Anker PowerDrive Speed 2 Car Charger:

  • # Of Ports: 2
  • Output: Quick Charge 3.0 – 2.0: 5-9-12V/3.0A    5V/2.4A     9V/1.5A

Standard PowerIQ: 5V/2.4A

  • LED Power Indicators: Each Port has a Low Blue Light
  • Size: 2.6 x 1.4 x 1.4 inches
  • Weight: 1.8 ounces
  • 18-month warranty
  • Comes with Welcome Guide

Conclusion:

This PowerDrive Speed 2 car charger pushes the envelope of what it means to be a car charger. In some ways, it rises above some power banks and wall chargers because it’s able to deliver a fast charging experience constantly; with its use of PowerIQ and Quick Charge. It’s a somewhat new design that strengthens user experience and build quality. However, with all that said, the car charger is being sold at a price point of what it really values. All of the great features and tech that is car charger comes with, literally, comes at a price.

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Review: AmazonBasics 4.0 Amp Dual USB Car Charger

 

Amazon has an array of products that they sell that are known as Amazon Basics products. These products touch the basis of a product category and bring either the standard or better than the standard of what a product has to offer. Amazon even offers their own line of charging products like power banks and car chargers.

In this case, we’ll be reviewing this 2-port car charger from Amazon and see how well it fairs to other car chargers. Does Amazon really have their game together or are they simply spreading themselves too thin?

Power

This Amazon car charger has two charging ports, you can charge two devices at the same time. Charging speed of each of the ports is 5V/2.0A. It’s not the fast charging speed that you can get with a car charger but it’s alright. The max output of the car charger is 4.0A, so there’s no need to worry that the car charger is lessening its power from one port.

With all that said, we’re disappointed to see this big car charger not being able to deliver a max standard charging rate of 5V/2.4A. We’ll get to its design in a second but to be clear, this charger isn’t small and we were expecting at least for it to deliver max power potential. You can charge an iPad at 2.0 Amps but not at its full potential of 2.4A because even if you charge a tablet with just a single port and leave the other port empty, the max output per port is still only 2 Amps.

Smartphones will fair well with the car charger but don’t expect the charging speed to meet the same standard as something like Anker’s PowerDrive 2.

Design

 

As we mentioned in the Power section, this car charger isn’t the smallest car charger you will own and it’s definitely lagging on its size dimensions and being lower profile. The length of the car charger is 3.1 inches, so you can expect the charger to stick out quite a lot. The stem of the car charger is about 1 inch, so you can expect 2 inches of the car charger to be sticking out. So if you’ve got a standard that a car charger should be sleek and low-profile; Or if you have functional things in the surrounding area where you’d put the car charger, then we recommend looking for a smaller car charger. Perhaps the RAVPower 2-port car charger may suit your needs better.

 

Although the car charger does indeed have a bulkier design than most car chargers out there, its design was meant to be very straightforward in nature. The stem of the car charger is clearly shown that it’s supposed to be put into an outlet and the charging port portion of the car charger has the two charging ports shown to be very prominent. Other than that, the Amazon Basics car charger doesn’t try anything new and in this case, it’s not the most disappointing thing but it’s very distasteful.

Build

You would think that a car charger from Amazon Basics would actually be built quite well but it’s not nearly as strong as you’d think. The car charger’s size is its biggest downfall and that’s because it has too much going on with its many build components. A charger should have the least amount of parts and pieces that are connected together because there’s less of a chance of things coming apart. The Amazon Basics car charger doesn’t follow this rule.

The most prominent weakness of this car charger is its head, which lays on top of the car charger’s stem. It’s not built in very well and if you remove the car charger from the electrical socket, the head of the charger stem will come out and render the car charger useless.

Another thing with the car charger is that it can cause temperature increases within itself and the charging cable that’s plugged into it. This increase in heat can damage the car charger, the cable, and even your smartphone or whatever device that you’re charging the car charger with. Ultimately, the Amazon Basics car charger fails to provide any safety charging technology and as a result, it puts your devices and itself in jeopardy of being damaged.

Lastly, the car charger isn’t making a constant connection with current flow. This may be a few cases for the Amazon Basics car charger but it’s actually quite common. What this means is that the car charger will take current and charge the device that’s connected to it, but other times it may not because the car charger loses its connection from the current. This constant ON/OFF of charging a device can damage the device that’s charging.

If we’re talking about the material that the car charger is made of, it’s made of plastic. It holds well, other than the stem’s head coming off.

 

Reliability

Amazon Basic products are meant to be reliable. They really are, because they’re meant to solidify the standard of a certain category of a product but that’s not the case here. The car charger doesn’t provide a consistent and worry-free experience and has a high chance of wearing down and eventually breaking itself, or even worse; it can damage your charging cable and your device.

The car charger can deliver on the power side of things, although we hoped for a powerful speed. The design can be obtrusive and it’s significantly bigger than other car chargers within its class. It’s a car charger that truly does bring the basics of a car charger but by not going over simple standards, the car charger under delivers.

 

The power of the car charger is lower than you’d expect for the size of the car charger. You’re able to charge two devices potentially at 2 Amps. Although the charging speed of the car charger is quite alright, you have to take into account whether or not the car charger will charge at those speeds constantly, because of discrepancies regarding its build quality.

 

It’s a large car charger in comparison to the many other 2-port car chargers currently on the market. It’s not going to be as low profile as you’d like and might even obstruct some things surrounding the car charger. With that said, the car charger does have a straightforward design and it’s at least easy to use.

 

The build quality of the Amazon Basics car charger needs to be re-done. The car charger’s stem head is very easy to come off and will make the car charger useless. The charging is not kept constant because the car charger has trouble keeping a constant current flow to the device it’s charging and as a result, it can damage the device. Lastly, the charger doesn’t seem to have any safety charging tech, because its temperature can increase a lot and heat up itself, the charging cable and the device that it’s charging.

 

It’s not the most reliable car charger because of its lack of safety tech. You can’t really rely on a charging electronic that can’t support itself in the long-run and that’s what’s most important.

Specs of the AmazonBasics 4.0 Amp Dual USB Car Charger:

  • # Of Ports: 2
  • Output: 2.0A Per Port
  • LED Power Indicators: Only One
  • Size: 2.32 x 0.98 x 0.98
  • Weight: 0.3 ounces
  • AmazonBasice 1-year Limited Warranty

Conclusion:

The Amazon Basics car charger does meet the minimum of what it means to be a good car charger. It tries to boast itself as being really good but it’s behind the times and is due for an upgrade. The car charger should already have a max charging speed of 5V/2.4A and its size needs to be reduced quite a lot. Safety features like Temperature control and Current control would solve its detrimental chance of damaging the device it’s charging and the car charger needs to have a more uni-body design. This car charger goes to show no matter how many ratings and popularity an Amazon Basics product has, it can really all be due to the hype.

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Review: Anker PowerDrive+2 Car Charger with Quick Charge 3.0

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Car chargers kind of have it hard nowadays with their minimal usage and their expectations of being powerful, compact and built to last. Although the expectations of a car charger that you get should be high, what are your needs for a car charger you’re looking? The Anker PowerDrive+2 that features Quick Charge 3.0, is a 2-port car charger that takes two-port car charging to a whole other level with the tech side and the price side of $28.99.

Find out if it’s really worth the price or should you settle for a car charger that still holds strong quality, minus the tech benefits and high price tag.

Power

 

This is where the PowerDrive car charger excels the most. The car charger has 2 charging ports that feature Quick Charge technology. One port features Quick Charge 3.0 and you’ll know that it has QC 3.0 because of the QC 3.0 logo that’s next to the charging ports. The other charging port features Quick Charge 2.0 and Anker’s PoweriQ charging that is able to send a maximum charging speed to non-Quick Charge devices.

It’s an absolutely powerful car charger that delivers on both charging ports but there’s a limit for the Quick Charge 3.0 port. The QC 3.0 charging port does not have PoweriQ and that means it won’t be able to charge non-Quick Charge devices at maximum speed if they require higher Amperage amount into the 2.4 Amps category

Quick Charge 3.0 Charging SpeedsQuick Charge 2.0 Charging Speed and PoweriQ
Quick Charge 3.0: 3.6-9V / 3A
Quick Charge 2.0: 3.6-6.5V / 3A
Quick Charge 2.0: 3.6-6.5V / 3ANon-Quick Charge (PoweriQ):
5V / 2A
Non-Quick Charge:
9-12V / 2A

Take a look at the above table. If you’re using the Quick Charge 3.0 port with a Quick Charge 3.0 device then you’re going to receive fast QC 3.0 charging speeds; Similar to connecting a QC 2.0 device and receiving fast Quick Charge 2.0 charging speed because QC 3.0 is backwards compatible with QC 2.0 devices. However, if you’re connecting a non-Quick Charge compatible device to the 3.0 charging port, you’re going to potentially get a charging speed of 5V/2.0A of charging speed. So it’s important to know that the Quick Charge 3.0 charging port does NOT feature PoweriQ and will not charge at 5V/2.4A.

The Quick Charge 2.0 port will deliver to QC 2.0 charging speeds to Quick Charge 2.0 and 3.0 devices. PoweriQ will deliver a maximum charging speed of 2.4 amps to non-Quick Charge devices.

Power for this car is at a all time high if you’re going to be strictly using Quick Charge compatible devices that will charge at 3.0 Amps. However, if you’re searching for a car charger that’s going to charge non-Quick Charge devices fast as possible we recommend getting a standard car charger without the QC tech, like this RAVPower car charger.

This is a car charger more meant for the Quick Charge users.

Design

 

It’s simple to look at, understand and use. The PowerDrive+2 presents itself with a highly objective design that tries to make the tech inside as compact as possible. We say that because the car charger is integrated with 3 main technologies like Quick Charge 2.0, Quick Charge 3.0 and PoweriQ. The fact that they only put PoweriQ into a single port only signifies that the more charging tech they put into the charger, the bigger it would be. It’s alright, though since Anker has done a great job by constructing the design around the tech quite seamlessly, even though it’s not the smallest or low profile 2-port car charger.

 

The PowerDrive is about 3 inches long with about 1 inch of it sticking out. The 1 inch that sticks out is the charging end with the charging ports. The car charger was designed to make sure that the stem of the charger wouldn’t be sticking out too much or not all and they’ve done a great. The charging head of the car charger is 1.5 inches long, which is quite big for a car charger and the distance between the two charging ports is about an inch. It’s a very simple looking design that has the Quick Charge and PoweriQ capabilities for each port labeled.

Ultimately, does the charger look big and bulky? No, not really. It’s definitely a bulkier look than most 2-port car chargers but considering the tech that’s inside, the general size of the car charger makes sense. The car charger has a red ring that wraps around the charging head and it turns on a LED light when the car charger is on. It’s a nice feature that lets you see the car charger during night rides without being obstructive.

Build

The build of the car charger is substantially better than most high-quality car chargers. The body of the car charger may not be uni-body but the main two pieces of the car charger which is the charging head and stem are both put together very well. The charging receptacles on the stems are strongly installed and placed inward to the car charger rather than outward.

 

The safety tech of the car charger and for any car charger is the most important thing. Chargers can become hot and as result, they need to have the correct tech to adapt to their surroundings; For car chargers, safety tech should be mandatory, because during those hot summer days a car charger can overheat. In this case with the PowerDrive+2 car charger; With Temperature control, current control and Surge protections, it’s able to fluctuate the speed of charging to match the safety of the device. This means if the car charger becomes very hot, then the charging current of the car charger will decrease in order to cool down the car charger.

It’s the build features on the inside that count more than the ones on the outside. After all car chargers are mostly sedentary chargers.

Reliability

The PowerDrive+2 Car charger is HIGHLY reliable for those that have the tech to match it. If you have, lets says 2 Quick Charge compatible devices; Then it would be a good idea to get this car charger that features both Quick Charge 3.0 and Quick Charge 2.0, because both of your devices will be charging at Quick Charge blazing speeds.

If you have a single device that is Quick Charge compatible, you’re going to use the other charging port with just normal charging then we recommend a car charger with either a single Quick Charge port or a 2-port car charger that has a Quick Charge and Normal charging port with standard fast charging.

If don’t own a Quick Charge compatible device then we recommend not getting this car charger simply because the price tag is too high and you won’t be relying on the main features of the car charger; Which is the Quick Charge technology.

This is a car charger that was made for Quick Charge users to take advantage of and although it’s got the tech for normal devices, it’s not worth the price.

 Two Quick Charge DeviecsOne Quick Charge DeviecsNo Quick Charge Deviecs
ReliabilityHighMediumLow
UsageYou'll be able to charge BOTH devices at Quick Charge speedsYou'll be able to charge ONE device at Quick Charge speeds and the other at or near maximum standard charging speedYour Non-Quick Charge devices will charging either at 5V/2A charging speed and 5V/2.4 maximum charging speed. There is not Quick Charge happening

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Both of the ports on this car charger have Quick Charge. One port has Quick Charge 3.0 only and the other port has Quick Charge 2.0 along with PoweriQ. It’s definitely got a lot of power for those with Quick Charge devices and with non-Quick Charge devices. However, we found it a little odd that both of the ports didn’t feature PoweriQ.

design

The design of the car charger is perfectly in line with the tech that it has. It’s a rather bigger than your traditional 2-port car charger but that’s because of the Quick Charge and PoweriQ capabilities. It takes a proud advantage of its size with an objective design and cool LED light to let you see the car charger easily in a dark setting.

build

It’s a well-built car charger if we’re talking about structure. However, the car charger’s build scheme really shines when you take into account the safety tech that is very useful with the special charging tech that’s installed within the car charger. It’s able to regulate charging current through the temperature control mechanism.

reliability

Reliability is a concern for this car charger because it may just be too reliable for what you’re searching for. If you plan on taking advantage of the Quick Charge tech fully, then it’s fully reliable. If you’re only using a single port for Quick Charge, then search for a car charger with just a single Quick Charge charging port. If you don’t have any devices that are Quick Charge compatible, then don’t bother with this car charger because you won’t be relying on it fully and the price won’t be worth it.

Specs of the Anker PowerDrive+2 Car Charger with Quick Charge 3.0:

  • # Of Ports: 2
  • Output:           Quick Charge 2.0: 3.6-6.5V / 3A       |       Non-Quick Charge (PoweriQ): 5V / 2A

  • LED Power Indicators: Yes
  • Size: 1.9 x 1.4 x 2.8
  • Weight: 0.8 ounces
  • 18-month warranty

Conclusion:

The PowerDrive+2 Car charger with Quick Charge 3.0 is a great car charger. There’s no doubt that it’s a powerful car charger; With its Quick Charge capabilities and PoweriQ. It has a design that is rather bigger than most 2-port car chargers but it takes advantage of its shape and does well to make itself low profile and stylish. Smart safety technology makes the car charger safe to use as it adapts to the environment. With all that said, the car charger is really meant for those with Quick Charge devices. That’s because users will get the most out of the car charger by charging it at Quick Charge speeds; If not, then the $28.99 price tag is not worth it.

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Review: RAVPower Mini 24W 4.8A Dual USB Car Charger

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Power

The power of the Two-port Car charger by RAVPower is spectacular.

Featuring RAVPower’s smart charging tech called “iSmart”, the two USB ports on the car charger are able to charge at speeds of 2.4A each. This charging is great because it’s the fastest charging that you can get when it comes to not using Qualcomm Quick Charge. Whether it’s two smartphones or two tablets, charge two devices at the same time with both of them charging at 2.4A speed is really good for a car charger.

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For a car charger to give that much power as an output is great because when you’re charging your smartphone or any device for this matter, it’s going to charge it quite quickly. If you’re getting into your car with your phone at a low battery life and need it charged to a considerably good capacity by the time you get to your destination, then it’s going to be charged well enough only if your destination is far away. That’s because in this case, your charging also depends on how long you’re in your car with it on.

If you’re looking for a powerful charger, this is it.

Design

The design of this RAVPower car charger has a very low profile. When you’re driving your car, you don’t want any obstructions. Sure the car charger is obviously down below, away from your eyesight but if you’ve got anything else in the car that you need to reach for or perhaps you just want things to be neat and tidy within your car so it all looks sleek, then this car charger achieves just that.

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The shape of the car charger is that of a bullet and for good reason. The car charger is very objective with just the long end going into the car charger outlet and the other end is just for charging. It doesn’t have a long head that changes or an unnecessarily wide base. Everything about the car charger is meant for a purpose and easy to use. Nothing more. It’s great to have this straightforward design because there’s no confusion about how to use the charging device and most importantly there’s less of a chance of it getting damaged.

The small size means that there’s nothing to bend and break. Everything is just one cased body.

A small feature with the car charger is that LED lights light up within the car charger to indicate that your device is indeed charging.

Is it charging

 

Sure you can always check if your device is charging by the charging indicator light on the device that is charging, but the light from the car means that you don’t have to! It’s a small feature that provides assurance and ease for the user.

 

Build

The charger is completely encased in Aluminum Alloy, which means that you won’t find any brittle plastic that breaks if it rolls and drops in your car.

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As we mentioned before, the build quality excels so much because of the small design of the car charger. A big charger that has a long charging head will most likely get damaged because the material is more spread out and as a result making the casing of the car charger weaker.

In this case, though, everything is compact and holds strong to take falls and rolls.

Reliability

The reliability of the car charger and any car charger for this matter highly depends on the way you use it. Chargers do what they do, which is to charge your device.

In this case car chargers do that but how long they charge your device for is entirely up to you.

Scenario 1:

If you’re charging your smartphone and the destination you’re going to is only 5 minutes away, then be prepared for disappointment; Because since the ride is only 5 minutes, then the charging time is 5 minutes. You could wait in your car and let your phone charge but that’s going to waste gas and time because you’re already at your destination so you should get going. A power bank would be the better charging option in this case.

Scenario 2:

However, if you’re going to drive for a moderately long time and maybe a very long time, like a road trip, then this car charger is going to do wonders. That’s where this car charger excels at the most. It has the time to constantly charge your devices because the car is still running and as long as that’s happening your devices will keep being charged. By the time you reach your destination in this scenario, your device will be charged well enough or maybe even full if the ride was that long.

Car chargers can differentiate on how reliable they are because it also depends on how long you’re going to be driving.

Okay, so if we’re talking about the technical aspects of the car charger, it’s designed beautifully.

 

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The RAVPower charger has many internal protection and charging systems that make everything run securely.

Couple all of the safety tech, charging speed and the amazingly small size of the car charge, then you’ve got yourself a car charger that will take you far.

Power

The power is on par with the best of charging speed. Providing speeds of 2.4A out of both of the USB charging ports, this car charger is able to charge any device quickly.

Design

It’s the spectacular design and shape of the car charger that makes it another reason to own the RAVPower car charger. Its objective design won’t get in your way, it’s very easy to use and even tells you when it’s charging!

Build

The build quality is attributed to the small size and the Aluminum Alloy casing.

Reliability

The car charger is accompanied with safety features and charging technology that ensures you’re getting the fastest and most secure charging at all times. Remember, though, a car charging experience is mostly up to the driving time.

Specs of the RAVPower Two Port Wall Charger:

  • # Of Ports: 2
  • Output: 2.4A Per Port
  • LED Power Indicators: Yes
  • Size: 2.32 x 0.98 x 0.98
  • Weight: 0.8 ounces
  • 18-month warranty

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