Finding an efficient iPhone charger can be tricky. Most of them seem to fray at the connecting ends or become lost like a sock in the abyss of laundry. If you have more than one device, you probably have a ball of tangled wires to go with them at the bottom of your computer bag. However, there is now a dual charge key cable available for all devices, no matter your preference, iPhone or Android. The DuoKeyCharge is the world’s first portable dual connector charging keychain cable.
Charge an iPhone and Android Simultaneously
The DuoKeyCharge boasts dual charging capabilities for both iPhone and Android. It has a uni-body design that splits into an Apple certified lightning charger port, as well as an Android micro-USB connector port.
It Fits On Your Keychain
The DuoKeyCharge is small enough to keep on your keychain while offering a durable and rugged look. At first glance, it sort of looks like a tool or bottle opener. It is manufactured with high-quality TPE material for strength and pliability. The DuoKeyCharge appears to be more durable than the stock iPhone chargers.
Higher Current Rating
The DuoKeyCharge offers a higher current rating for all your iPhone charging needs. It has a current rating of 2.4A for iPads and tablets. It combines a USB 2.0, micro-USB, and Apple MFI Lightening connectors.
Auto and Home Compatibility
The DuoKeyCharge is also compatible with your home and vehicle. These are of course the two most common places we charge our mobile devices. Having fewer wires tangled around wall sockets and in your car can only be a positive. There is nothing worse than wires twisting and turning over coffee during your morning commute. Not to mention, your iPhone will not fly across your car when making turns.
One great feature of the DuoKeyCharge is its multiple platform compatibility. It was specifically designed for iPhone and Android users. It also supports Windows, Blackberry, and iPads. This may make this product even more appealing to those who wish to eliminate cords from their lives. It can also be used with other devices, such as cameras and mp3 players. However, there was no mention of iPod capability.