Charge two high wattage devices at their swiftest speeds, up to 2x faster than average car chargers.
Plug your charging cable in either direction.
Soft-glow LEDs illuminate USB ports to increase visibility in dark environments.
Front indicator LEDs make it easy to know when ZUS is connected to your phone. Blinking LEDs mean that ZUS is ready to connect. Solid lights mean that ZUS has connected via Bluetooth.
The ZUS Smart Car Charger is two times more durable than regular chargers and is the only car charger to meet U.S. Military Standard (MIL-STD-810G).
Custom-designed connectors are coated in titanium for enhanced conductivity.
Made from premium German Bayer polycarbonate, the ZUS Smart Car Charger is capable of withstanding extremely hot weather.
Monitor your car battery health and avoid the hassle of a drained battery. Identify potential issues by tracking voltage over time and get alerts whenever a battery check is recommended.
The ZUS Smart Driving Assistant App automatically saves your parking location. Simply open the ZUS app to find your car with the Map or Compass.
|Manufacturer's Warranty||1 Year Limited Warranty|
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I was a Beta tester for ZUS back last October. I'm happy to see so many improvements from Nonda in the last 8 months.
I got this ZUS with the 2 reversible ports 2 weeks ago and I LOVE it. Charging is pretty quick just like the first ZUS version, I was able to charge my iPhone 6S battery from 15% to 60% during a 35-40 min commute. But the cool thing is that with the reversible USB ports, it doesn't matter which way I plug in my lightning cables, it'll work.
The ZUS app is my favorite part. I don't need to remember where I parked my car anymore. I've recommended it to all my friends, and bought 2 for my parents, who often get lost in the mall parking lot. If you are on a multi-level or underground parking lot, the app will suggest to take a picture to remember where you parked since the app can't record locations where GPS signal is poor. This happened to me when I parked at the San Francisco airport's short term parking lot. For places with good GPS signals, the ZUS app worked flawlessly.