Deal: AmazonBasics Dual Charging Station For Xbox One 30% Off - Prime Day 2018

Amazon is continuing the Prime Day 2018 craze with a number of new deals on its first-party product portfolio, with the AmazonBasics Dual Charging Station designed for Microsoft's Xbox One console being the next gadget in line for a significant discount. Regularly priced at $24.99, the device can presently be purchased at 30-percent off and will set you back only $17.48.

While it's certainly on the affordable end, this product has been officially licensed by Microsoft's Xbox division and is capable of reliably charging two wireless controllers at once. It's compatible with the Xbox One, Xbox One S, and the Xbox One Elite controllers, all of which will take some 2.5 hours to fully recharge if they have no juice left. Besides the charging dock itself, this package also comes with two battery packs and a year of warranty, whereas its LED light indicator will let you know when it's done charging your controllers. Don't have an Xbox One? Not a problem, you can get one right now at a bargain, also courtesy of Prime Day 2018.

As is the case with the vast majority of Prime Day 2018 deals, this particular discount is likely to only be live until midnight PST and while Amazon's stock is usually plentiful, there are still no guarantees that the Dual Charging Station for Xbox One won't be sold out given its low price and the popularity of Microsoft's gaming ecosystem in the United States. Refer to the banner below to see whether you're still able to take advantage of this excellent tech deal and keep in mind that more are coming by the minute.

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