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Gorilla Power 10-Port 60W USB Charging Hub

All-in-one charging solution for a sweet price!

Dual 2.4A (faster charging) & 1A mode | Charge up to 10 devices

Charge iPhone, iPad, tablets, smartphones & more!

Featuring 10 dedicated USB ports with a built-in 60 watts of power, this charging hub is your perfect desktop companion. Simply plug it into the wall and you’ve got yourself 10 charging ports for tablets, smartphones & more. That means you can charge up to 10 devices simultaneously. Wow! Great for home, the office, classrooms and more.

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Features:

  • mBeat USB charging station
  • Model: Gorilla Power 60W charging hub
  • Two charging modes -
    • 1A mode (recommended for smartphones) - charge up to 10 devices
    • 2.4A mode (recommended for iPads/tablets & faster charging for other devices) - charge up to 5 devices
  • Switch on side of device to turn on faster charging mode
  • Input: AC 100-240V 1.3A 50/60Hz
  • Output: DC 5V 1A x 10 or DC 5V 2.4A x 5
  • Protection function: OCP, OVP, SCP, OTP
  • Includes charger, power cable & manual
  • Dimensions (mm): 153 x 106.6 x 30
  • Weight: 310g
  • Electrical approval certificate no.: SAA132328EA
  • Protected by our 12 MONTH WARRANTY

Customer Reviews

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01 April 2016

works as expected. nice short power cable. dont understand why one port cant be used for iphones but there's 9 other ports to use.

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19 February 2016

Works really well for a family with heaps of devices. Make sure you don't use number 5 if you have an iPhone though. You can end out disappointed Read the instructions.

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10 November 2017

Excellent unit. The 2Amp Option however, restricts power supply to only 5 ports (obviously due to the laws of physics), but I highly recommend this for the office

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17 June 2017

Excellent

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20 January 2017

Just what I needed. But read instructions so that you know what port not to use re Apple items

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