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Two Minute Review: USB-C Power Delivery Mini Car Charger from Scosche


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Here is our Two Minute Review of the USB-C Power Delivery Mini Car Charger from Scosche.

Powerful compact convenient and will power your smartphone tablet and more up to 80% capacity in 50 minutes through the single 30W output. Its optimized charging circuitry will not cause harm to less powerful devices.

PowerVolt 30 Certified USB Fast Car Charger Power Delivery 3.0 is the ultimate solution for charging today’s USB Type-C devices which means less time tethered to your charger and more mobility for you.


LED Power Indicator light
30W USB-C PD charges phones 4X as fast as a standard 5W charger.
Blue LED indicator lets you know the charger is receiving power to charge device from your vehicles 12V power outlet. 
Smart circuitry communicates with your devices to achieve the safest and fastest charge rate.

What’s in the box?

The box contains the mini charger.

Final Thoughts

The USB-C Power Delivery Mini Car Charger is tiny – just take a look at the picture at the start of this review sitting in the palm of my hand!

When plugged into the 12V socket in your car it virtually disappears by sitting almost flush – thankfully there is a little pull tag that you can use if you do need to remove it!

There is an LED power light to show when its in use – just plug a USB-C cable into the charger and the other end into your device and that’s it.

Because the charger proves 30W of power delivery, your device (in my case an iPhone 13) charges a lot faster than using a standard charger. This means that you get your device charged quicker than before and that is never a bad thing.

If you want a small and fast USB-C charger for your car then look no further than this great little device.

The USB-C Power Delivery Mini Car Charger from Scosche is available now priced around $24.99.

You can learn more about it from the Scosche website.

Andrew Edney
Andrew Edney
I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.

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