Veho Dual USB Port Foldable UK Wall Fast Charger 2.1A 5V
Charge two USB powered devices from the VAA-009-UK wall charger thanks to the powerful quick charge 5V 2.1A output, which means that your USB device will charge up quicker compared to other standard 5V/1A USB plugs.
The stylish glossy finish and sleek foldable design of the VAA-009-UK wall charger, means that it’s ideal for using round the home or taking with you on your travels, and this mains charger features dual USB charging ports, which will allow you to charge multiple devices simultaneously.
The VAA-009 is perfect for charging up all portable rechargeable devices such as smartphones, tablets, MP3 players, GPS, cameras, camcorders, e-book readers, PDAs, portable speakers, e-cigarettes and the MUVI K-Series handsfree camera range. Features • Powerful quick charge 5V 2.1A output.
• Stylish glossy and foldable design, great for flat storage.
• Dual charging port for charging multiple devices simultaneously.
• Ideal for tablets, USB charged larger devices, e-cigarettes and MUVI K-Series range.
• Perfect for home or travel use.
• Input: AC 100-240V
• Output: DC 5V 2.1A
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