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Celicious Twin Double Car Cigarette Lighter Socket Charger Adaptor Multiple Splitter 12v
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- Convert and increase your car cigarette lighter from 1 to 2 sockets
- Allows you to plug in and use up to 2 devices at the same time
- LED power indicator
- Easy and quick installation
- 12 volt DC
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Colour Name: Twin
This rigid multi-socket adapter for the in car Cigarette Socket is a particularly versatile bit of kit. Simply plug it into your in car power point and you've doubled the number of sockets you can use. It's ideal for powering Sat Nav systems and car chargers for your mobile phone. As more and more portable devices become wireless, emergency recharging becomes a necessity and so a 2 in 1 way plug adaptor become an invaluable item.
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It does exactly as it was designed to do.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This item does work, but the two ports were too close together for my to fit my FM transmitter and car wifi side by side because the wifi is so bulky. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Ellie-Marie
It's OK came very quickly but I do have to wiggle it a bit in the socket and I don't leave it plugged in when I leave the car for any length of timePublished 16 days ago by Phil
Does just what it says nice and neat as well plus has a little red light on it to show when power is going throughPublished 1 month ago by John Thys