PowerLine 90310 Auto Socket Splitter with USB Power Port
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- Turns one 12V socket into 2
- 1 USB Power Port
- LED indicator shows power is available
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Auto Socker Splitter with USB Power Port
Top customer reviews
Cons: does not stay securely plugged in to the vehicle's socket. While driving I frequently find that the devices running from this adapter (which include a radar detector and cell phone) are no longer powered. Pushing on the adapter reseats it into the socket and things will run well for a while. For this reason I can only give it 3 stars.
However, this is a bit larger of a unit than average, and because of that its weight tends to pull it loose if I go over a large bump or make a sharp turn. (My D/C outlet is vertically-mounted). This is rare, so it's not really a big issue.
The only design change I would make is to have the post in the center rather than off to the side. When plugging something into the offset port, the unit moves quite a bit feels like it will pop out of the car outlet. Not a huge deal since you can just support it with your hand while plugging something in (and you probably won't be unplugging/plugging things in extremely often), but that's pretty much the only reason I docked it a star.