Christmas phone charger

This $10 Christmas Light Phone Charger Will Make Car Rides Magical

'Tis the season for LED string lights. Who says Christmas lights are limited to Christmas trees and outdoor decor? The best way to get in the holiday spirit is to go all out with holiday decor, and this Christmas light phone charger will get you in the jolliest mood.

Okay, let's be real. If you buy cheap phone charger cables, then you probably already need a new one. We all know those $5 USB cables from the gas station don't last long! You might as well get a new lightning cable that's perfect for the holiday season.

1. YAGE Tale LED Christmas Lights Charging Cable,USB and Bulb Charger,50inch 10led Multicolor Available with Phone 5,5s,6,6plus,6s,6s Plus,7,7plus,8,8plus,X,XR,XS,XS Max,11Pro Max etc(1pcs)

  • Amazon Prime eligible
  • Great stocking stuffer
  • Pricing: Under $10

You can find the charger in stock on Amazon. It's compatible with the Apple iPhone 5 leading up the 11 Pro Max.

Y'all. I need this iPhone charger right now. Can you imagine? Halloween has just ended, and we're now finally able to play Christmas music in the car. You plug your Christmas light phone charger into your car's charging port, and then it happens. Mariah Carey's "All I want for Christmas is You" starts blasting through your car speakers.

If that wouldn't get you feeling the holiday cheer I don't know what would!

My family loves opening one Christmas gift a little early, and if your family has the same tradition, I highly recommended gifting your loved one the Christmas lights phone charger. It's the perfect gadget to use on Christmas Day.

LED Christmas Lights Charging Cable Android, AOSOK Micro USB Bulb Charging Cable, 50 Inch 10 LED Multicolor Cable for Samsung Galaxy S7 S6 S7 Edge S5,Note 5

For a lightning connector that's compatible with Android phones, consider this option.

3. iPad Pro 12.9 Case 2018 3rd Gen, Poetic Smart Cover

Be sure to also consider holiday-themed tech accessories for your iPads. This adorable snowflake case is too cute!

This post was originally published on October 15, 2020. 

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