Popular third-party accessory company Aukey has debuted a new crop of discount codes this week, this time including two sales on useful wall charger accessories. Both of the deals seen below will expire on Monday, January 21, so be sure to check them out on Amazon and place your order before the end of the upcoming weekend.

Aukey USB Wall Charger with Four Ports

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The first device is Aukey's USB Wall Charger that has four ports, perfect as a hub charging station for multiple devices like a pair of iPhones, an iPad, and an Apple Watch. It includes Aukey's AiPower charging technology to adaptively charge any 5V USB device from Apple and Android at up to 2.4 amps.

The USB Wall Charger is available for $15.99 with code AUKEYD48, down from $19.99.

Aukey Ultra Compact USB Wall Charger With Two Ports

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Similar to the USB Wall Charger, Aukey also sells a smaller version with the Ultra Compact USB Wall Charger. This device has many of the same features as the larger accessory, in a smaller enclosure and with half of the available USB charging ports.

The Ultra Compact USB Wall Charger is available for $7.01 with code AUKEYD49, down from $12.99

Aukey has a few more coupon codes that expire on January 21, so be sure to head to our Deals Roundup to see the full list and browse even more sales happening this week.

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Top Rated Comments

cocky jeremy Avatar
45 months ago
It still amazes me how crappy and unsafe US power plugs are, far inferior to the ones used in Europe, the UK ones are the most sturdy ones but way too bulky and who needs a fuse in every plug, the more compact EU ones are better IMO.

As for these USB chargers, I never need more than one at a time, I do understand 2 but 4, for what?
Multiple devices.. multiple people.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
justperry Avatar
45 months ago
It still amazes me how crappy and unsafe US power plugs are, far inferior to the ones used in Europe, the UK ones are the most sturdy ones but way too bulky and who needs a fuse in every plug, the more compact EU ones are better IMO.

As for these USB chargers, I never need more than one at a time, I do understand 2 but 4, for what?
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
justperry Avatar
45 months ago
I picked up a couple of outlets with USB plugs in them, they work great in the bedroom on each side of the bed. No more cubes like this. I need one in the guest room that is also a GFCI.
Yup, same, no need for big protruding chargers, just a charging cable.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Jaro65 Avatar
45 months ago
It still amazes me how crappy and unsafe US power plugs are, far inferior to the ones used in Europe, the UK ones are the most sturdy ones but way too bulky and who needs a fuse in every plug, the more compact EU ones are better IMO.

As for these USB chargers, I never need more than one at a time, I do understand 2 but 4, for what?
Cannot comment on crappy but unsafe? What makes you say that? I would be surprised if there is any quantitative information available that shows with a degree of statistical significance that the European power plugs are safer than what is in use in the US.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
jimothyGator Avatar
45 months ago
Cannot comment on crappy but unsafe? What makes you say that? I would be surprised if there is any quantitative information available that shows with a degree of statistical significance that the European power plugs are safer than what is in use in the US.
There are some safety features of UK and/or EU plugs that make them safer. UK plugs, if I'm not mistaken, are always grounded, and require the ground pin to be inserted before the hot or neutral can be, preventing kids from sticking forks or whatever in the plug.

And yet, somehow, we Yanks manage not to kill ourselves. Accidents do happen, of course, but it's hardly an epidemic.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
eagle33199 Avatar
45 months ago
As for these USB chargers, I never need more than one at a time, I do understand 2 but 4, for what?
Phone, tablet, headphones, smart watch - that's 4 devices that you can charge over USB, and I bring all of them with me when I travel (Heck, I use all of them on a daily basis anyways).

But lets say you're old school... you and the wife are travelling together. You each have a phone, so there's 2 ports. Toss in a tablet, or some headphones, maybe a watch... you can quickly use 4 ports.

Granted, it's becoming less and less necessary to bring the charger with you - hotels and airports have USB ports for charging scattered all over the place these days. Just bring the USB cable. You may have to fight for a plug at the airport, but at the hotel they've got them in the lamps, in the radios, in the back of the TV. Bringing your own charger is more for convenience than anything else, and on the off-chance your hotel hasn't upgraded anything in the past decade.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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