Car Charger Usb 6 Ports Power Adapter 2.1a For Samsung Iphone Se 6s Plus White on 2040-parts.com
HK, Hong Kong
Output: DC 5.0V 3500mA
USB port: 6 ports
Cable length: 1.5M
100% brand new and high quality
Suitable and convenient for in car charging
Charge 6 USB devices at the same time
Easily to cut off the power by the ON/OFF button
With red light indicator
Compatible with most of the USB enabled devices including iPhone, iPad, iPod and android cell phone, PDA, digital camera and more.
Package included:1× 6 Ports USB Car Charger
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