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The best car chargers you can get your hands on
If you spend a lot of time on the road, adding car chargers to your arsenal is something you should consider. These things are affordable and come in handy whenever your smartphone runs out of juice which happens all too often, right? They come in all shapes and sizes, allowing you to charge just one or multiple devices at the same time. Check out the best ones available below.
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The best car chargers you can buy:
Editor’s note: We will update this list of the best car chargers regularly as new ones hit the market.
Amazon Basics USB-C
If you want the most affordable car charger around, it’s nearly impossible to top the Amazon Basics option. It’s available either with or without a charging cable and the charger packs both USB-A and USB-C ports. Amazon Basics’ charger manages 12W of USB-A output and a speedy 18W of USB-C output.
While the Amazon Basics car charger doesn’t exactly lay on with the features, it covers the basics pretty well. You can also check out our favorite charging cables if you want to complete the setup.
Anker Roav T2 Bluetooth adapter
The Anker Roav T2 car charger is also a Bluetooth adapter, which will allow you to connect your devices to your car’s media system in seconds. You can use it to tune into your own device or to radio stations, and its automatic tuning system will rapidly find a station for you to listen to.
Aside from the media abilities of the Roav T2, you can also make use of its iQ charging capabilities, which allow you to rapidly charge your device while you are driving. While charging and connected to the Bluetooth system, you can use the single-touch button to answer your calls while on the go.
AUKEY USB C car charger
If you have a device that allows for Power Delivery charging, then this is the car charger for you. This AUKEY car charger comes with two different ports, so you can charge two devices at once. The Power Delivery outlet will allow for ultra-fast charging of devices that support it, optimized to deliver 36W of power.
There are safety features built-in, which can protect your phone from overheating, or from being damaged due to excessive current. This is the ideal choice for charging multiple devices rapidly while driving.
Spigen Quick Charge 3.0 car charger
Spigen, one of the best-known phone case makers, sells car chargers as well. This two-port charger includes one USB-A with Quick Charge 3.0 support, along with a Power Delivery USB-C port. It doesn’t light up, but it does sit flush to your dash and features several safeguards against overcharging and overheating. Best of all, it’s pretty affordable — check pricing via the button below.
RAV Power USB C car charger
The RAV Power USB C car charger is a great option for those with USB-A charging cables. It boasts an impressive charging ability, with up to 36W of power split between the two ports.
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The dual Quick Charge 3.0 capability ensures that you can achieve 18W speeds on both ports evenly. Some extra features include built-in safety protection against excessive current and overheating, while there are also some non-distracting LED lights that will help you to find the charger even in the dark.
AUKEY wireless car charger
Next up we have another car charger from AUKEY, this time making use of wireless charging technology. If your device supports wireless charging, then this is the perfect option for you. With a compact design and secure attachment slot, your device can be held in place to charge while also allowing you to remove it at a moment’s notice.
The charger can be positioned to your liking with its wide range of motion, and its electromagnetic sensor will automatically secure your phone when you slot it into the charger.
Anker PowerDrive Speed Plus
Finally, we have the 42W dual-port Anker USB charger. This charger provides you with a Power Delivery USB-C slot and an IQ USB-A option for maximum speeds.
It is a very small and compact car charger, making it perfect for those that don’t want anything bulky in their car. It is compatible with most devices and has a bunch of safety features on board to keep you and your devices safe.
There you have it — these are the best car chargers in our opinion, although there are plenty of other great options to choose from. We’ll update this list with new models once they hit the market.