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If you own an older car, chances are it’s not equipped to perform modern tasks like charging a smartphone on the go. But, per usual, Amazon's got your back and keeping you in the future with a ton of high-quality USB car chargers. But we found a particularly great one at a great price for Memorial Day — but it's your last chance to get this holiday deal!
We’re willing to bet that the Hussell USB Car Charger Adapter — on sale for $9 (down from $12) — is speedier than the wall charger that came with your phone. And shoppers seem to agree — it has earned a five-star rating from more than 24,000 reviewers. If you want to give it a shot, you can have it shipped to you for free if you have Amazon Prime. Not yet a member? No worries; you can sign up for a free 30-day trial here. (And by the way, those without Prime still get free shipping on orders of $25 or more.)
The lightning fast Hussell USB Car Charger Adapter features two USB-A ports that deliver up to 30 watts of power (the charger that came with your phone offers just 5 to 7.5 watts). It even protects against over-charging, short circuiting, over-voltage, over-discharge and more. Translation: Your phone won’t get fried.
The charger is ideal for Android and Apple phones, and can be used for topping off battery packs, tablets and GPS devices too.
"I am super impressed with this little car charger," raved a five-star reviewer. "I purchased it for a 700-plus-mile road trip this summer and was very pleased. My phone was running multiple apps including Google Maps and a podcast the entire time I drove, and my phone never went below 100 percent..."
This USB car charger is fast. Those two USB-A ports deliver up to 80 percent faster speeds than traditional car chargers, and one of them uses Qualcomm Quick Charger 3.0 technology for even faster speeds. Now your phone can go from tapped out to fully charged in minutes instead of hours.
Wales forward Gareth Bale has confirmed he is set to join Major League Soccer side Los Angeles FC when his contract with Real Madrid expires. The five-time Champions League winner is soon to be a free agent and is looking for a new club ahead of playing for Wales at the World Cup in Qatar, which starts in November.
Several young deer scampered and skipped around a sports field in Gardiner, Montana, recently shared video shows.This footage was shot by Cindy Shaffer, a Montana native who regularly posts footage from visits to Yellowstone National Park and the nearby Grand Tetons National Park.Shaffer recorded this scene at the Gardiner High School sports track.“Oh my God they are so cute. They are just having a blast. So fun to watch,” she said. Credit: Cindy Shaffer via Storyful
QUITO (Reuters) -Ecuadorean President Guillermo Lasso said on Sunday he would cut prices for gasoline and diesel by 10 cents a gallon, the latest concession to try to end nearly two weeks of anti-government protests in which at least six people have died. The sometimes-violent demonstrations by largely indigenous protesters demanding lower fuel and food prices, among other things, began on June 13 and have slashed Ecuador's oil production. Lasso, whose adversarial relationship with the national assembly has worsened during the protests, had already withdrawn security measures and announced subsidized fertilizers and debt forgiveness, and his government met this weekend with indigenous groups.
Sir Paul McCartney has made history as Glastonbury’s oldest solo headliner as he kicked off his set on the Pyramid Stage. The former Beatle’s headline show on Saturday comes exactly a week after he celebrated his 80th birthday, and more than 60 years of making music. Sir Paul, dressed in a navy Nehru style jacket, kicked off the set with a rendition of The Beatles’ hit Can’t Buy Me Love.
Ghislaine Maxwell reported Brooklyn jail staff threatened her safety, prompting employees to place her on suicide watch, prosecutors said on Sunday, arguing there was no need to delay her sentencing on sex trafficking charges. Maxwell, 60, is scheduled to be sentenced on Tuesday for her December conviction for helping her then-boyfriend Jeffrey Epstein, the globe-trotting financier and convicted sex offender, abuse girls between 1994 and 2004. Prosecutors say she deserves between 30 and 55 years in prison.