Anker 18W / 3.6A Car Charger with Built-in Micro USB Cord for Android - The First and Only Adapter to Deliver Simultaneous, Full-Speed Charges to iPads and Smartphones
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|Compatible Phone Models||—||Apple iPhone, iPad, iPod, Samsung Galaxy Series, Note Series, LG, HTC, Sony, Nexus, Motorola and More||samsung-galaxy-s-6, samsung-galaxy-s-6-edge, iphone-6, iphone-6s||Samsung Galaxy Note8, Samsung Galaxy S8, Samsung Galaxy S8+, Samsung Galaxy S7, Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, LG G5, LG G6, LG V20, HTC U11, HTC 10, HTC One, Moto X, Moto Z, Sony Xperia XZ, iPhone X, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 7|
|Connector Type Used on Cable||usb;micro-usb||USB||usb||usb|
|Item Dimensions||1.02 x 2.87 x 0.94 in||1.38 x 3.35 x 3.46 in||1.1 x 2.56 x 1.1 in||1.3 x 1.3 x 2.4 in|
PowerIQTM; designed to maximize compatibility with devices Android devices, Apple's devices, and other technology, to achieve (up to 2.4A for each port) charging speed of up to a total of up to 4.8A. (Maximum total output 4.8A). It can be done without interrupting the stream media and equipment operation, the charging of the full speed. ※ When charging, please use the supplied cable for Apple terminal itself to (including the iPhone / iPad / iPod) Apple terminal) Small size compared to the 10W / 15W Battery Charger for, it is convenient to carry. LED in the non-equipped, it does not even care while driving. I is compatible with genuine power cable and Android Apple. Input: DC 12-24V, power: 24W. Package Contents: Anker 24W / 4.8A dual-port car charger, Japanese manual.
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This charger chargest my HTC EVO 4G LTE (2,000mAh battery) with the screen on @ 10% at a rate of 1% every 64 seconds. My HTC charger that came with the phone charges under the same situation at 1% every 60 seconds. This really is a FULL SPEED charger, and unlike the cheap $2.00 types it didn't overheat or cause my phone to heat anymore than the wall charger.
This charger fits securely into the port on my car and doesn't wiggle around.
The USB port and the male micro usb port have great quality control and have a secure fit (i.e. no off balanced or oddly protruding).
There is no bright light shining in your face when you are driving at night (because there is no LED on this charger at all).
The permanent cable is actually like most "car charger" cables that spiral after a few inches from both ends. This is nice because it keeps the cord in check if you have a small dash area in a small car. This is not quite as nice if you have to stretch the cable to the back seat or something. It will stretch out full length, but the spiral creates the typical "pull"
I couldn't find anything disappointing at all. As always, if something comes up I'll edit this review to let you know.
This has certainly earned itself the top spot in the Car Charger category. If you don't have an iPhone it will work great for charging two items at once, with one at full speed. It will also make your iPhone friends happy when they join you for road trips.
I hope this review helps you make your decision, and I am confident you will be happy with this purchase.
Only drawback is the cord's length. However, we shouldn't be on the phone while driving anyways... It's strange how some sellers sell the black version at an higher price than the white version even though they're the exact same charger. I guess the black chargers are in high demand and sellers wants to make extra money. At one point they were all the same price...
Another weird thing I noticed is that you can only catch Prime offers early in the week with this particular Anker car charger. Yes, I've been eyeballing these chargers for a long time. I'm just happy I saved $3.99 on shipping... Lol!
All my chargers are working just fine. I'm just buying as gifts because I've seen pathetic chargers my friends and family have - they deserve a charger that charges full speed and not a sad 0.5-1 amp. Everybody needs enough juice to keep you going even after you get out of the car!
One thing to consider. The cord is a little short out of the box, which is to be expected on a brand new unit. It's stretching with use and I don't consider it a negative, but just be aware depending on your setup. If you want to charge and hold the phone and you charger is plugged in far away, you won't be able to. I solved this by just plugging it in the other spot that I plugged a 3 foot cable. in If you have Bluetooth, this won't be an issue at all, and in fact, the shorter cord is better because it keeps the phone from sliding. You might have a different experience in you car, but it helps me.
UPDATE: After using these for a little over a month each I ran into the male connector not wanting to stay in nor charge my Samsung S4 anymore. I actually ended up clipping off the built in curly cord ends and hotgluing Samsung cables to the spare port on them. With that done they work like a charm now. I reduced my rating due to this poor performance on the built in curly cord input. I though that it could have been a fluke, but with both chargers doing the same and not having issues with the other half dozen chargers that I have in the home and office it really can't be a fluke. I believe that it could be due to the stress on the male connector due to the tighness of the curly cord. With the modification that I made it is still cheaper for me than an OEM Samsung charger.