Rabbit Charger: Never Lose Your Charging Cable Again

How often do you find yourself hunting for a charging cable and even a USB port to plug it into? I try to keep a set right by the door of our house, but that makes it easy for the kids to grab on their way out. The result is that the cable is never there when I need it. The Rabbit Charger ($49.95) may be the solution to this problem. First, it mounts, via a screw, to a standard duplex electrical outlet. That means it will stay put.

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Next, the Rabbit Charger has a retractable cord on the top. There's no need for a USB port, because the cable is built in. The tip of the cord has two microUSB tips, angled in different directions, suggestive of bunny ears, hence the name Rabbit Chargers. The device includes two USB-C adaptors that can be attached via a rubber strap. Apple fans will need to purchase one or two of the Lightning adaptors for an additional $9.95 each. The Rabbit Charger also features illuminated lighting which is a nice touch. It puts out 3.0 Amps, suitable for most tablets and phones. 

Pros

  • Two charging elements with assorted tip options
  • Retractable cable
  • Mounts via screw to standard duplex outlet
  • illuminated lighting
  • 3.0 Amps, for tablets and phones

Cons

  • Lightning tip sold separately

Final Verdict

The Rabbit Charger is a dual charging mechanism, with a pass-through A/C outlet, that is always ready to charge an assortment of devices.

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Todd Bernhard is a bestselling (6+ million downloads) award-winning (AARP, About.com, BestAppEver.com, Digital Hollywood, and Verizon) developer and founder of NoTie.NET, an app developer specializing in Talking Ringtone apps including AutoRingtone. And his profile photo is of the last known sighting of Mr. Bernhard wearing a tie, circa 2007!

An iPhone is almost always attached to his hip or in his pocket, but over the years, Mr. Bernhard has owned an Apple Newton, a Motorola Marco, an HP 95LX, a Compaq iPaq, a Palm Treo, and a Nokia e62. In addition to writing for iPhone Life, Mr. Bernhard has written for its sister publications, PocketPC Magazine and The HP Palmtop Paper.