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Pawtec Signature Mini Dual USB Car Charger

Hi Neighbors!

Here is something just about everyone needs today!  A Mini Dual USB Car Charger is almost necessity anymore.  We travel quite a bit, and to be honest, we have many little electronic gadgets.  We have iPods, iPads, cell phones, MP3 players and who knows what else.  Of course we are constantly needing to charge something!  This little USB car charger from Pawtec is perfect.  As a matter of fact we are using it on this trip to Chicago. 



The Pawtec Signature Mini Dual USB Car Charger ($29.99) is a GREAT gift idea.  Do you know someone who travels, perhaps a college student, or someone who owns lots of little gadgets?  Start thinking perfect gift idea.  This USB charger comes in black or white.  This Pawtec USB Car Charger will allow you to charge items like smartphones, iPods, tablets, and other small electronics.  Ours is even working with our Garmin this trip.

A little technical information:
2 USB ports-allows you to charge two items simultaneously
High-speed charging will stop automatically when the device is charged
A stylish, short and slim design, less than 2.5 inches long
No fuse to replace
Blue LED power indicator light
Made of high quality, durable ABS plastic and aluminum


This charger is the perfect size to keep in the glovebox until it is needed.  The two USB ports are labeled 1.0A for your phones and iPods, and the 2.1A for your tablets and iPads.  Just plug it in, make sure the blue LED light comes on and you are ready to charge your devices. Please remember that charging will vary based on the device you are charging.


Be sure to keep this handy little charger in mind when you start thinking gifts this year.  Remember, we have a Holiday Gift Guide page that will have links to all our participating sponsors, so when you need to come back and find one just check that page.

Pawtec has agreed to sponsor a giveaway with one of their Signature Mini Dual USB Car Chargers.  The winner will have their choice of black or white.

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive product for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's email or website.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.


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Comments

karenmed409 said…
It would be used daily, with big guy traveling everyday to Jr College he always has something plugged in. I can only plug one device in and have to have him remove his ipod so I can plug my phone in,being able to plug in 2 devices would be nice.
Patricia N said…
With several iPods and 4 cell phones, it would be used daily!
latanya t said…
I would use it daily
Kelly g said…
several times a week since every member of the family has a device that is charged with a USB
LauraJJ said…
Oh this would be an almost daily for us! Between cellphones and the IPAD...we always seem to be out of charge before we get home most days!
ShempGames said…
With 2 teenagers, we are always needing these. Both at home and in the car. Also, since they ARE teenagers, they often leave them at their mom's house, so they constantly have to borrow mine.
Alissa said…
Several times daily.

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