Here at the Daily Dealer, we look out for our readers. We are constantly trying to find the best deals available on products we think you will like. We want you to pay as little as possible for the best items available.
So, we got you an exclusive deal for iClever USB wall chargers. Single-port chargers take up all the space in the world, and with the proliferation of devices in the modern pocket, everyday folks need more and more USB ports, especially ones that charge quickly.
That’s why iClever has the BoostCube chargers. Enhanced by SmartID technology, they are intelligent enough to know what device you are plugging into it and what the optimal charge rate is for maximum speed and efficiency.
And Daily Caller readers can get them — from now until June 15 — for a discounted price.
Dual USB Wall Charger
Normally $29.99, this 24W 4.8A two-port charger is currently on sale on Amazon for $10.99. Daily Caller readers can get it for only $6.99 by using the promo code 64XCPGZ3 at checkout.
3-Port USB Wall Charger
Normally $44.99, this 36W 7.2A three-port charger is currently on sale on Amazon for $16.99. Daily Caller readers can get it for only $9.99 by using the promo code J59SY55P at checkout.
4-Port USB Wall Charger
Normally $59.99, this 40W 9.6A four-port charger is currently on sale on Amazon for $16.99. Daily Caller readers can get it for only $11.99 by using the promo code G4VVQBRU at checkout.
The Daily Dealer team has tested out each of these chargers, and iClever is not kidding around. The BoostCubes are fast and also smart enough to manage your devices. We liked them so much that we made sure our readers can get huge discounts. You have until June 15; just make sure you enter the respective promo code at checkout. You’re welcome.
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