LDNIO 2.1A Smart Car Charger

With our always on the go, always connected lifestyles, we’re sometimes hopping from outlet to outlet, trying to get a little more juice to make it through the day. Sometimes we forget the easiest way is to just plug in in the car. Because, at least in California, getting anywhere means spending most of the afternoon in traffic.


LDNIO understands this, and made a two bank power adapter for the car, so there’s no hogging, no monopolizing, and there’s plenty of juice for everyone. It’s simple and basic, and while LDNIO claims their “Intelligent circuit design protects against short circuiting, over-heating, over-currents, and over-charging. Charging stops when battery is full”, I would make sure not to leave it plugged in too long after you see the phone say the battery is full just to be safe. The LDNIO charger is small and light, and comes with a micro USB cable to connect your Android devices, so you’re ready to go right out of the box. It’s a shiny black-with-chrome-accents, so it looks nice as well as functioning nice. I found myself making sure it’s with my collection of “necessary stuff” every time I leave the house.


It sucks to be caught out there with a low battery, and nothing’s worse than getting out and going to find you forgot to charge your phone. The only downside I could see is the 2.1A output is shared between the ports, not a dedicated 2.1A per port, which means that if there’s two devices charging at once, it’s little more than a trickle charge that could take a while to top off both devices, depending on battery size.  LDNIO’s car charger takes care of you, though, with full 12 months warranty. So, even if you both forgot to charge up the night before, at $10.99, you’er covered, and there’s no excuse to not have one in every car!


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I received the above product(s) free of charge from LDNIO. I am not obligated to provide a positive or favorable review, just my honest opinion. My review is based on my experience with the product and/or brand, which may differ from yours.


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