Bracketron 12Volt Universal USB Power Dock

Bracketron 12Volt Universal USB Power Dock
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12Volt Universal USB Power Dock

Bracketrons exclusive Grip-iT universal holder with USB powered auxiliary jack includes everything you need to securely mount many of today's mobile electronic devices while charging and using them at the same time!

Double your charging capabilities and never be without power again with the Universal USB Power Dock. Instantly convert your DC power source into USB power to charge and power your electronics in a vehicle. Easily power up all your portable devices directly from the DC power receptacle. This traveling companion is designed to power portable navigation devices, laptops, portable DVD players mobile phone and more.

  • Universal Grip-it holder provides full access to all device controls and ports
  • High-power 2 Amp USB and socket charger
  • 360° rotation for optimal mounting and viewing angles
  • Charge two devices simultaneously
  • 1 year limited warranty

Works great with:
  • GPS units
  • Smartphones
  • MP3 Players
  • Satellite Radios
  • iPods
  • Portable DVD Players

What's in the box:
  • Owner's Manual
  • USB power dock
  • Deviced holder
  • Instuctions
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