Hands-free while driving Voice updates: Pre-recorded voice messages to alert when the device is powered on/off and fast charging Air vent mount: Hassle-free mounting that is managed in seconds, with absolutely no tools required. Allows you to securely install this charger on most vehicle's air vents. May not work for some round vents Will fit most phones: The clips can spread up to 85mm, which is wide enough to fit most phones e.g. iPhone 12 Pro Max
Getting around with a fully-charged mobile device was never so fast or efficient. Simply hook up your laptop, smartphone, or tablet to the best USB-C car chargers from Chargeasap and you’re ready to take on the day.
Our Type C car chargers are your best friend when it comes to multitasking and delivering big power in small packages. Choose from any of our three car charging devices to juice up while you joyride, run errands, organize pick-ups, or take a leisurely road trip across the country.
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Can I charge my cell phone in my car?
Yes, you can absolutely charge your cell phone in your car. To do this, you’ll need a car charger that is compatible with your cell phone. This means which charge you use depends on the make and model of your cell phone. It also depends on the manufacturing year of your car.
Only newer models have USB ports that directly support a USB cable. Furthermore, even new cars may not have a Type C car charger port.
Any of these situations will require you to use a USB-C car charger, as even the most basic models include ports that support USB-A and USB-C type connectors.
The Joyride 30W USB-C car charger is a good choice for users. It supports both types of connectors, with a USB-C PD (or "power delivery" mode) and USB-A that supports up to 18W of charge power. Since this is a full metal car charger that inserts into the car’s electrical socket, this USB Type C car charger is made out of zinc alloy material designed to withstand high temperatures.
Are car chargers bad for your phone?
There are some reports out there about car chargers being bad for the phone’s battery or the car’s battery life. But there’s a caveat to this — using the car’s in-built USB port could stall the charging because a phone’s battery charges in three stages.
The mechanics of these charging stages are complicated, but suffice to say, the car’s USB port is most probably much less powerful than your phone’s need for power or energy transfer. In other words, your phone could consume power at a rate that’s too fast for the built-in port.
That’s where a USB-C car charger comes in. These accessories are a neat workaround to this charger-and-car problem. A USB Type C car charger acts as an appropriate "middleman," if you will, easily and safely transferring energy in a more sustainable way. It taps into the car’s battery without sucking up too much power and allows charging to progress smoothly.
Another fantastic workaround solution, if you’re concerned about this claim, is to use a wireless USB car adapter. The Chargeasap Bionic 15W Automatic Wireless Charging Car Cradle is one of the best USB-C car chargers for this purpose.
You can quickly and easily set up this charger in your car, as it snaps right onto most air vents in the vehicle. The arms then hold devices as large as the iPhone 12 securely while charging and driving. It alerts you when the device is powered on or is fast-charging. And this USB-C car charger automatically detects your device to adjust power transfer so your device doesn’t get damaged.
Which USB car charger is best?
Deciding which USB-C car charger is right for you really depends on what your individual needs are. So, for example, if you need a simple but reliable USB-C car charger as a safety measure or backup, then the Joyride is the right choice for you. It can support both USB-C and USB-A devices.
However, your priority may be speed and power when it comes to charging. In this case, you’d need to go for something more heavy-duty: the PowerBoost 70W USB-C PD Car Charger. This device is quite similar to the Joyride in that it supports both USB-A and USB Type C car chargers. However, the speed of charge is much faster because it supports up to 70W, which is ideal for even laptops like Macbooks.
What is the fastest car charger?
The fastest USB-C car charger depends on the wattage of the device. The technology of these car chargers should properly transfer power between your car’s battery/power source and your smartphone, mobile device, or laptop.
In Chargeasap’s line of the USB-C car chargers, the PowerBoost 70W is a USB-PD, which means "power delivery." The Bionic Automatic Wireless charger, on the other hand, is very handy because you don’t need a cable. However, it only transfers 15W. The "middleweight" option is the Joyride. This model does require a power cable but it transfers up to 30W between two ports — one designed for USB Type C car chargers and the other that supports USB-A connectors.
What is the difference between USB and USB Type C?
When we say "USB," what we really mean is USB Type A connectors. These are the more traditional, chunky chargers. These are the types of connectors that are used by storage sticks and cables for storage drives. However, the more popular (and powerful) form of USB today is the USB Type C charger. These are smaller and, increasingly, are universal across devices.
Besides the size, the main difference between these types of USB connectors is the amount of transfer that occurs. USB-C connectors that also feature USB 3.0 technology are the most powerful cables and connectors for data transfer or for charging.
Chargeasap features USB-C car chargers that support both types. This means you can support both older and newer devices. Get any of our USB-C car adapters in your hands today, thanks to worldwide shipping.