Stuffcool Car Charger Atom Plus Type-C PD 20W & Quick Charge 3.0 (Qualcomm Certified QC 3.0) Dual USB Car Charger/Adapter Compatible with The New iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro - White

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  • Stuffcool Car Charger Atom Plus Type-C PD 20W & Quick Charge 3.0 (Qualcomm Certified QC 3.0) Dual USB Car Charger/Adapter Compatible with The New iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro - White

Stuffcool Car Charger Atom Plus Type-C PD 20W & Quick Charge 3.0 (Qualcomm Certified QC 3.0) Dual USB Car Charger/Adapter Compatible with The New iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro - White

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  • Power Delivery (PD) Integration :The Car charger built in PD chipset dynamically detects devices to provide optimum power level for 20W maximum battery life and performance. Quick car charger equips with the advance circuit protections to prevent over charging and a built-in LED light indicator (up to) helps to signify charger is ready to use
  • Fastest Car Charger : provides a flashing-fast charge to iPhones / iPads and Other USB-C devices from Type-C Port; while QC 3.0 technology pumps out full-speed charging through USB Port. Can charge your iPhones (iPhone 8 and above) from - 50% in 30 min using a Type-C lightning cable and Pixel phones get charged from to 50% in less than 40Min using Type-C to C Cable; Also fast charge all devices with Quick Charge 3.0 / 2.0 / 1.0
  • Quick Charge 3.0 + PD Wide Compatibility: Dual Port Adaptive Fast Car Charger is able to rapidly charge Compatible iPhone 12 Mini / iPhone 12 / iPhone 12 Pro / iPhone 12 Pro Max / iPhone 11 / 11 Pro / 11 Pro Max / XR/ XS/ X; iPad Air 2/Mini 3; Samsung Note9/ Galaxy S10 / S9/ S8 Series; Google Pixel 4a / 3 / 2 Series; LG V20/ 30; Motorola , Nokia, HTC 10 8 Max and more
  • 6 Months Manufacturer's Warranty.

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Loved the products

Hi Team, this is Ashish from Guiding Tech (GT Hindi). I loved the products and the performance. However I think the team can work on packaging to reduce the amount of paper and plastic in it to reduce the carbon footprint.

Thanks.