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Lightning Deal: Travel Power Adapter with 5 USB Ports

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Need a new travel adapter or know someone who does (looking at you, early Christmas shoppers!)?Consider this Amazon Lightning Deal for a Hieha universal AC adapter.

The Lightning Deal — good until almost 11:00 PM Eastern — prices the adapter at $15.98. (MSRP is $20.98). Plus, a 10% instant savings coupon knocks your subtotal to $13.88 before applicable taxes and shipping. (Don’t have Amazon Prime? Enjoy a free trial now.)

It has four standard USB ports and one USB-C port. That’s the most attractive part of me. “Total maximum Output for the 4 USB Type A ports is at an amazing amount of 5V/5600mA, the USB Type C is 5V/3000mA,” Hieha says.

The adapter also comes with a dual safety fuse and built-in Smart IC chip. Of its 45 reviews, 93% are five-star.

Please keep in mind this not a power/electrical converter.

For more information, please visit the sale before it expires tonight!

— Chris

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1 Comment

  1. Jeffrey Fellman Reply

    Take a look at TravelCordPlus.com I have several. Not only do i use them for travel but I keep one in every room of my house in France. Lets me charge all me devices at once. I really like their USB charger as well. With the pair you are loaded for bear

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