I’m not sure about you, but ever since the smartphone era began, I’ve had trouble with chargers. That trouble is keeping up with half of them. I literally mean half. Since many feature removable microUSB cables, I can’t count the times I’ve taken just the cable into my car to charge my phone and forgot where I put the other half.

Another conundrum at my house is the fight for the outlet. There are many solutions to that problem with towers, but today, I’m gonna give you another alternative that will also help if you misplace your wall adapter: EC Technology’s 3-Port Wall Charger.

Review

This small 3-port charger is not much larger than most wall chargers, so you don’t have to worry how much room it will take. It features the ever so popular foldable plug which is nice if you have the need to slip it in your pocket and don’t want to be poked.

EC Wall charger 2

Like many chargers, it adapts to your device’s input current to give you the best charging speed with a top amperage of 2.4A per port. I had no trouble charging a Note Edge, a Kindle HD6, and an iPod simultaneously at reasonable speeds.

The only complaint I have is the current layout. Once you plug in the charger into the wall, the charging ports are located on top or bottom depending on which way you plug it in. It should be on the opposite side of the plug itself. This is more of a personal preference than a deal breaker, but should be mentioned nonetheless.

Summary

This is a handy device to have especially if you are prone to losing your factory charger. It sort of gives you a mulligan on your charger…actually three mulligans. All joking aside, there are times when it’s more convenient to carry one large charging block and three microUSB cables as opposed to three individual chargers. For only $10, this 3-port charger from EC Technology is a pretty good deal.

Buy EC Technology’s 3-Port Wall Charger

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