Also including an in-built wall-socket plug and in a similar bracket to the previously mentioned Arctic Home Charger 4500, this offering from Limefuel features two USB ports in a tiny design, meaning it’s designed to take traveling and when on the go. However issues may arise once again with hard-to-reach power points that are sometimes located within hotel rooms.
This product is hard to claim as better or worse than Arctic’s offering and this is due to two main points. It has a retractable power plug, which is great in some circumstances, however with one two ports it’s hard to recommend. There’s also the issue of the ‘static’ design – meaning that when it’s plugged in, you can’t adjust it at all, once again giving you similar issues as seen with Arctic’s device.
Competitively priced at $16.99 USD when seen on Amazon, this unit sets out to quickly charge your devices – offering 4.8A total power spread over the two offered USB ports, meaning each device will charge at a large 2.4A, much higher than your standard wall chargers, USB ports and factory wall charging units.
Although competitively priced and with a nice looking overall design, this charger only incorporates two total USB ports into the design due to it’s extremely small nature. As we’ve previously said – it’s great for travel and it’s also nicely priced at $16.99 USD – however for $2 USD less you can grab yourself a 4-port Arctic Home Charger 4500 which does essentially the same thing.
To help you judge the size of each model, we will be comparing them next to a standard Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphone with a thin silicone case.
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