Today I am going to review a surge protector from a company called Cellet  a leading mobile accessory brand in September, 2000. Cellet is committed to creating convenience in utilizing mobile devices and providing the best solutions for people who desire more freedom of mobility in their various lifestyles.The product costs about $21.09 USD and comes with Free shipping, so that’s all you will pay. So not bad for the price but how does it perform? That’s what this review intends to show you, so read on….


Product Name: Cellet 416493 Compact 2 Outlet Surge Protector + 2.1A Dual USB Ports Travel Charger

Provider: Cellet

Price:  $21.09


The Review:

So we take our laptops and tablets more places than before beyond the home into coffee shops and our workplaces but are we protected the answer is NO a rule of thumb to always remember maybe it’s even in some technology bible always plug your devices into a surge protector even a tablet when charging should have one but what about when we go out Yes we could get a chargergenie  but if we don’t need the bag and just need a few plug ports then that doesn’t work that’s where this Cellet 416493 Compact 2 Outlet Surge Protector + 2.1A Dual USB Ports Travel Charger comes into play

The packaging, is a plastic/paper box which shows a the cable and plug   along with information for customers for retail purposes

The product does have an identifying mark on it  which is Cellet logo nearby where the USB ports are also marked which one is iPad and iPhone If I am correct the charging rate is about the same which is 2.1 amps there 2 US standard outlets on this product front and back along with cord storage with a dummy outlet the plug can fit in  This product indeed lives up to the unique  concept that Cellet came up with  in my opinion…


So yes the cable is inexpensive, but is it even worth it? I would say yes if you need a surge protector for when you travel or go to a part of the house where there is no surge protector like the indoor patio I like the portability of this surge protector it’s easy to take with you put in your bag with your laptop and your good to go So in all it’s not bad for a portable surge protector it works just as great as a at home surge would

The final score averages out to be a 10 out of 10, but that takes into account everything,

+Seems well made and designed
+Perfect for travel+Cord Storage+Just enough ports and outlets for a laptop and charging a iPad and phone along with powering a friends computer too


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