With every outlet in my house in use, I’m always on the lookout for a better charging solution. When I got a look at Rabbit Charger, I knew I had to see if it could help me.
Rabbit Charger is a boxy plug-in unit with a set of ears on top. The box plugs into an AC outlet, while the ‘ears’ on top represent to top of a retractable dual-ended charging cord. This means it can charge multiple devices all at once; two with the rabbit ear cable, and another two using the AC plugs.
The retractibility of the cable means you can keep things tidy when not in use. It extends to nearly two feet (about 28″) so there’s no hugging the wall if you want to use your device while it’s plugged in.
What charger works on both Apple and Android?
This one! The Rabbit Charger has swappable tips that let you charge Apple devices using a lightning connector or laptops and Android smartphones and tablets via USB-C, all at the same time.
Charging for Lightning and USB-C
There’s a small LED light built into the charging unit to add a little nightlight– or as Rabbit calls it, “a touch of sophistication”.
How many devices can I charge with Rabbit Charger?
The Rabbit Charger has an output of 3.0 amps which means that it can charge both a tablet and a phone at the same time.
Is Rabbit Charger any good?
While I love the idea of the Rabbit Charger, it does have some limitations. For starters, its size means it takes up both plugs on an AC outlet, even though it only plugs physically into one plug, and only gives you the use of one outlet in the front. If I were re-making this device, it would only be half the size, or it would have two AC outlets, instead of the ‘sophisticated” light button. I also would have added the use of USB for charging too for even more versatility.
Even so, I guess this plug means you can charge three things from your dual AC outlet instead of just two, though this is a pricey option to get just one more device juiced.
The Rabbit Charger sells for about $49USD from the company’s website.