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3.1a (2.1+1) Amp Dual Port USB Car Charger Metal Hi End $5.79 @ Sydney Electronics

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Item Description:

  • Dual Port USB Car Charger Featuring High Metal End
  • Built-in IC chip to prevent overcharging and short circuit
  • You Can Charge 2 Devices At The Same Time
  • Easily Carry This Extra Light Travel Charger and You Can Charge Your Device
  • Compatible With Many Smartphones
  • USB Output: 5V/2.1A 5V/1A
  • Input: DC 12V/ 24V

Available in Black, Silver, Gold, Red, Blue & Purple

Do not miss out! Limited quantity available

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  • +2 votes

    Superior LOL! Yeah my @$$. Pass.

  • +1 vote

    Don't see the bargain in this, sorry (especially as it's not dual 2.1A).

    • -3 votes

      Please look at the item again. It is a 3.1A which is way stronger then the 2.1A, and it is dual.

  • +2 votes

    Was thinking the same thing. I've purchased a few cheep USB chargers in the past around this price and they have all been bad.

    • +1 vote

      Some could be like that. Not trying to say our products are any better but we have sold heaps in store and everyone seems to be happy. We also considered the high metal end which makes it desirable.

      We have them cheap online to clear them out so customers can give all sorts of opinions too

  • +2 votes

    Umm, is this actually listed as '3.1 Amps' based on the fact it has a 2.1 Amp and 1 Amp port?

    Wot…

  • +1 vote

    Hi Ozbargainers,
    Please note that we did fix the description. The item is a 3.1A Total (2.1 + 1) Dual Port car charger.

    Sorry about any inconvenience

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      It is still 2.1 Amp in one socket and 1 Amp in the other, so therefore it is basically only 2.1 Amp at max charge for one socket and 1 Amp for the other. Pretty sure this is what everyone is asking about.

  • +1 vote

    Easily Carry This Extra Light Travel Charger and You Can Charge Your Device Anytime and Anywhere

    How are you going to charge anywhere anytime? You need a bloody car to do it!

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    Hi Rep, I can't see the safety certification logo. Where is it?

    • -1 vote

      Hi there,
      You need to understand that safety certification is more seen on power plug items rather than car chargers. This means plugs which come from overseas without the Australian approval tick. These are very dangerous and customers need to understand that they comply mainly with them. You might have seen the news lately about what those plugs without the approval have done.

      In regards to the car chargers including this one, it does have safety which includes the IC chip to prevent overcharging and short circuit.

      We hope the information above helps. For your safety when buying power plugs, please search for the safety Australian approval ticks first.

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