Friday, January 23, 2015
Coosh 5-Port USB Hub Charger Review
So when I was given the chance to try the Coosh 5-Port USB Hub, I was super excited to see how it would help me and our devices.
The Coosh 5-Port USB Hub has a white color and is very compact, light and easy to bring. It measures 101 mm x 72 mm x 30 mm so I can just put it in my bag when we travel.
USB 1 - 5V/2.1A (For iPads)
USB 2 - 5V/1.3A (For Samsung Tablet)
USB 3 - 5V/2.1A
USB 4 - 5V/1A (For iPhone and Android)
USB 5 - 5V/1A
Although the product description stated concrete examples of devices, I can charge my power bank, headphones, bluetooth speakers, etc. on this USB Hub Charger as long as the Voltage (V) and the Amperage (A) is the same. :)
Each port has a 5V output but different Amperage output so I make sure to see if my device is compatible first for the Voltage and the Amperage designated for the USB port. Although I've accidentally plugged in my devices to the wrong ports before, (I plugged my power bank to the 5V/2.1A but it says 5V/1A at the back), my devices still worked after that and charged properly. But I suggest to use the correct port just in case to prevent damage to your devices. :)
The Coosh 5-Port USB Hub is easy to use and it doesn't overheat even if I plug in 5 devices all at the same time. The USB Hub feels warm but not hot unlike other chargers. It also has an overcharging, overloading and short circuit protection system so I am more at ease to use it.
This is a very helpful device at home and I also love bringing this when we go on a trip so I can have more charging ports to charge my devices all at the same time.
Purchase the Coosh 5-Port USB Hub Charger HERE (currently priced at $13.49) with free shipping if you are a Prime member.
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received a sample for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I tried personally and believe will be good for my readers. No other form of compensation was received. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."