You really can never have too many different ways of charging your phones and tablets. Charging them overnight is fine, but sometimes you find yourself in need of an extra boost at the most inopportune of times. Wireless chargers and battery packs are great for that, but neither are much use when you’re in a car, wanting to use Google Maps or Waze. What you need is a car charger, and right now the Nekteck USB-C Car Charger is super cheap.

This particular car charger would normally sell for around $22, but right now it can be yours for the bargain price of just $16.99, which is a steal for the product that’s on offer. A standard 12V plug-in affair, the charger itself has two ports on offer. One of them is as 45W USB-C Power Delivery port, and the other is a 12W USB-A port for all of your legacy devices. And yes, your iPhones, too.

The combination of USB-C Power Delivery and USB-A means that there isn’t much this thing can charge. In fact, beyond the usual iPhone, Android phone, and even iPad Pro charging options on offer here, you could even charge Apple’s MacBook just fine thanks to that 45W output. There’s even a USB-C cable in the box, so you won’t need to pick one up to get started.

Buy: Nekteck USB-C and USB-A Car Charger from Amazon: $16.99 | Original price $22

USB IF Certified Type-C 60W capable cable (TID: 673) features a next-generation Type-C connector with a new design that is fully reversible. This allows you to plug in without fail, regardless of how you are holding and inserting the cable.
Additional standard USB A port allows your to Charge Non-USBC devices at FULL speed simultaneously with Type-C combined 57W(Shared by 2 ports: 45W, 12W)

We really do believe that something like this should be in every glove box, just in case it’s needed. If it isn’t, great, but if it is you’ll be super glad you spent that $17.

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