Just $20, this minimalist charging hub powers up to three devices at once

    Raise your hand if you have more than one phone in the house. How about those of you who have tablets, wearables, digital cameras, and other mobile tech?

    Chances are really high that you own multiple products that need charged up every few days, or more often. Rather than wasting your wall outlet’s potential with just two plugs, play it smart and go with something like the Nomad 3-port charging hub.

    Priced just $19.99 right now, it’s a puck-shaped product that lets you turn one outlet into three plugs. It’s nearly 60% off today and it’s the high-powered solution with clean cable management.

    With a minimalist design, the Nomad 3-port charging hub has a soft matte rubber top and an ambient light sensor. The three USB ports provide up to 20W max output, you’ve got two at 2.1A and one at 1A. In other words, the ideal bedside companion for connected consumers.

    Nomad 3-Port Charging Hub

    • Charge 3 devices at once using its three USB ports
    • Complement your home’s decor w/ its discreet & minimalist design
    • Know your devices’ charging status using the LED indicator
    • Automatically dim LEDs at night w/ the ambient light sensor


    Normally valued upwards of $50, you can get your hands on the Nomad charging hub for just $19.99 right now. Act fast, as this is a limited time offer.

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