Kick Power 36 W Dual Port Car Charger 2022 REVIEW — MacSources

6 min readMay 13, 2022

Car charger keeps your dashcam and phone in the game.

I know I am not the only one who has forgotten to charge a phone, watch, or tablet overnight, only to scrounge out a few percentage points while on the way to work. As more and more of our electronics require portable power, I find myself needing to charge while on the go.

I love to utilize my AirPods Pro to enjoy Audible, music, and navigation Apps while on road trips, and I often employ a dashcam for emergency purposes. When my wife and I both require accessory power, a Highlander situation evolves: there can be only one!

Since many vehicles only have a single accessory outlet, I typically use a car charger with at least two USB ports. Traditionally, these were only USB-A ports. However, as USB-C has become more ubiquitous, I have started to rely upon devices that provide a combination of the two. The KICK POWER 36W Fast Charger Certified USB-C/USB-A Dual Car Charger arrived in a 5 15/16 inches tall by 2 3/4 inches wide by 1 3/16 inches thick hanging style package.

Like other KICK POWER gear, the main panel was divided into an upper white segment that radiated onto the top/right side panels and a lower black segment that extended to the left panel. The company name was listed at the top of the panel in a vibrant blue/black font. The same blue color was utilized for the accent colors between the white/black segments and along the lower left of the cover.

The main focal point of the cover was the large oblique image of the white car adapter and the 36W icon along the top left of the panel. You will find a few descriptors along the bottom right of the panel: 1. QC3.0 +PD36W Fast Charge Technology. 2. USB-C & USB Dual Charger. 3. USB-C and USB-A icons. The right side panel displayed the address along the bottom of the panel and the KICK POWER name at the top.

The left panel provided a 2 9/16 inches tall by 1 3/16 inches wide clear plastic window upon a black base. The blue border extended to the back panel and wrapped…




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