Deal: Tronsmart Titan 5-Port Desktop Charger $23.99 W/Code


Those of you who received one or two extra mobile devices over the Holidays might be finding that keeping multiple devices charged at the same time can be quite the consuming process. Not only do you have to find enough wall sockets to keep all your devices plugged in, but monitoring them all at the same time is less than convenient. Of course, you can always opt for a main box which will allow you to keep all your devices connected to one central power feed and also keep all your devices within easy reach for use when needed.

If that sounds like you, then one desktop charger currently worth checking out is the Tronsmart Titan 10A/90W 5-Port Multiple USB Desktop Charging Station. Besides the fact that this is a desktop charger which comes equipped with enough ports to charge five devices at the same time, this is also one which makes use of Quick Charge 2.0 technology, for those devices which can utilize faster charging. In terms of the power, this is a charger which comes equipped with a total of 90-watts, essentially, offering 18-watts per port, which should ensure a quick and stable charge for all your devices. In terms of the deal, the Tronsmart Titan Desktop charger does come with a listed $59.99 price on Amazon. However, it is currently on sale for only $37.99. What makes this a real deal is that if you use coupon code 5USBPORT during checkout, you can bring the price down to only $23.99.

Buy the Tronsmart Titan 5-Port USB Desktop Charging Station

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