Best Car Mobile Chargers for Car Owners
In recent times, carrying a car charger inside your car has become one of the most essential exercises while driving a car. Keeping up with the rising demands and changing demands, car chargers have also evolved with higher power outputs, fast charging processes and multiple charging ports. Depending on factors like charging protocol, power requirement, number of charging ports and design, we have listed some of the most popular car chargers available in the US, which are worth your money:
Baseus 65W USB-C Car Charger
One of the most reputable car chargers available in the US, the Baseus 65W USB-C car charger supports USB PD 3.0 PPS. This compact-looking car charger comes with two charging ports on the top – one USB Type-C and one USB Type-A. While the USB Type-C charging port delivers up to 65W power, the Type-A port supports output of up to 30W. The highlight of the Baseus 65W USB-C car charger is the display of car voltage in a digital form on its upper surface between the charging ports. When the battery of your device reaches its full limit, this car charger automatically stops charging the device.
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Ugreen 2-port Fast Car Charger
With a total power output of 42.5W, the Ugreen 2-port fast car charger features two charging ports – one USB Type-A and one USB Type-C. While the USB Type-A port of the Ugreen 2-port fast car charger has an output of 22.5W, the Type-C port can charge devices with a power output of 20W. With the Type-C port, the Ugreen 2-port fast car charger is capable of charging 0-60 per cent of the battery of new-generation devices like an Apple iPhone 14 in less than half an hour. While the capabilities of the Ugreen 2-port fast car charger are impressive, its overall design is quite plain and uninspiring.
Anker PowerDrive III Duo
Capable of charging modern, high-performing devices in no time, the Anker PowerDrive III Duo car charger features a signature PowerIQ 3.0 technology for a fast charging process. This car charger also gets exclusive MultiProtect safety technology for complete protection while charging devices. It has two charging ports – one Type-A port with a power output of 20W and a Type-C port with the same power output of 20w. The Anker PowerDrive III Duo also features a cool-looking circular blue LED light as a charging indicator and is available with an 18-month warranty.
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Ugreen Tri-Ports Super Fast Car Charger
One of the most comprehensive car chargers available in the US market right now, the Ugreen Tri-Ports Super Fast car charger comes with three different charging outlets, including two Type-C and one Type-A outlet. In addition to the Type-A output which offers a power output of 22.5W, the Type-C outlets of the Ugreen Tri-Ports Super Fast car charger offer 20W and 65W power outputs. The Ugreen Tri-Ports Super Fast car charger also supports Quick Charge 3.0, PPS, AFC, SCP and FCP. This charger also gets air vents on its sides to keep the operating temperatures low during the charging process.
Baseus 120W USB Car Charger
The Baseus 120W USB car charger comprises two components – a circular hub and a rectangular extension hub. While the circular hub has one charging port in it, the rectangular extension hub has three charging ports, all of which offer a power output of 30W. Among these charging ports of the Baseus 120W USB car charger, the Type-A port supports Quick Charge 3.0, while the Type-C port is compatible with USB PD 3.0 and PPS. The two components of the Baseus 120W USB car charger are connected via a 5 ft extension charging cable, which allows rear seat passengers to use it comfortably, even after the charger is mounted at the front.
Spigen SteadiBoost Car Charger
Supporting both Quick Charge 3.0 and USB PD charging methods, the Spigen SteadiBoost car charger has a rounded base, which gets one Type-A and one Type-C charging port. With the Quick Charge 3.0 featuring 18W of power output, the Spigen SteadiBoost car charger offers four times faster charging speed for modern smartphones. This car charger features IP technology, which is capable of identifying your device and offering optimal charging current and speed. Between the two charging ports, the Spigen SteadiBoost car charger comes with a tiny red indicator.
Baseus 160W USB PD 3.0 Car Charger
The Baseus 160W USB PD 3.0 car charger comes with three different charging ports – one Type-C port with 100W power output, one Type-C port with 30W power output and one Type-A port with 30W power output. Apart from the three charging ports, which support PPS PD3.0 QC 5.0 fast charging, the Baseus 160W USB PD 3.0 car charger also gets a soft LED ring light for making it visible in dark spots while it is in use. This compact-looking charger has a built-in intelligent circuit design and safety protective chips taking care of its safety even under heavy usage.
Nekteck 18W USB Car Charger
Featuring four different ports – one Type-A and three Type-C, the Nekteck 18W USB car charger can deliver a charging output of up to 45W, when only one of the Type-C charging ports is in use. However, the Type-A port can support only up to 12W power output. While the Nekteck 18W USB car charger does not support PPS, it comes with a USB IF-certified Type-C 60W capable cable, which is fully reversible. The Nekteck 18W USB car charger also has a high-quality fire-proof design, which is certified by RoHS.
Spigen 65W ArcStation Car Charger
Unlike most of the chargers here, which have a rounded design for their base, the Spigen 65W ArcStation car charger has a rounded rectangular base, which gets two USB Type-C charging ports offering a combined power output of 65W. Among these two charging ports, one offers 45W of power output, while the other one offers 20W max PD 3.0 charging output. This compact-looking car charger can charge all your modern smartphones and laptops and features intelligent safety and quantum boost technology.
Ainope Car Charger
Easily one of the fanciest looking car chargers here, the Ainope car charger has two different charging outlets – one Type-A and one Type-C, each of which offers a charging power output of up to 36W. Here, the Type-C port offers PD support, while it also gets a built-in pull ring for easy and handy use, enabling it to remove and plug in the charging port easily. With this charger, one can charge modern smartphones from 0-80 per cent in 35 minutes.