I received a Heavy Duty Micro USB Car Charger with 12 Foot Cord from FusePlusYou.com.
When I got my Kindle last month, I realized that I had no way to take it with me in the car when I go places. It's not often that I want to bring it with me, but I will when we head out to our daughter's wedding in a few days. I was just beginning me search when I was contacted by Fuse to review one of their products.
How fortunate I was to be able to review for you the Heavy Duty Micro USB Car Charger with 12 Foot Cord. It is a high-output Micro USB Charger that charges my Kindle lightning fast in the car. It conveniently plugs into our 12v cigarette lighter in the car. The coiled cord does need a stretch a bit, but it is the full 12 feet as promised.
This Heavy Duty Charger has a silicone sleeve around the charger protects it from occasional bumps and drops that may happen, but that won't be often. The silicone sleeve also has an anti-slip grip.
Another handy addition to this charger is the extra USB charger. This allows for another device to be charged at the same time - like my son's music player.
I could not be more pleased with this Car Charger from fuse. It really does what it was advertised to do. Would you like to get your own Heavy Duty Micro USB Car Charger with 12 Foot Cord for your Kindle or some other device that works on the same plug? The price for this super fast charger is only $24.99. If you decide to buy more than $30 at Fuse, you receive Free Shipping.
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