Isn’t it so annoying when you’re in the car and several people need to charge their phones but you only have one car charger? Well that wouldn’t be a problem if the one car charger you have is the Roav SmartCharge Halo by Anker. This charger has a bunch of great features like support for Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 3.0 and LED ambiance lighting with adjustable colors, but the best part is the fact that you can connect three different devices at once! Use the coupon code ROAVCB22 at checkout and you’ll only pay $13.99 for this great Anker car charger.
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- Charge Faster: Enjoy high-speed charging for your device with Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 3.0 and our exclusive PowerIQ and VoltageBoost technology. (Does not support Adaptive Quick Charge for Samsung Galaxy S9, S9+, Note 9, S10, S10+, or S10e)
- Triple-Device Charging: 3 USB ports allow for simultaneous, high-speed charging for driver and passengers.
- Car Locator: The Roav Charger app records your car’s location, setting a pin in the map to help you find your car. Note: only effective in open-air parking locations with an unobstructed GPS signal.
- Customizable Lighting: Personalize the 16000-color LED to match your car’s interior using the Roav Charger app.
- What’s in the Box: Roav SmartCharge Halo, owner’s manual, 12-month worry-free , and our friendly customer service.
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