Just $14.99 (40% off) USB C Charger

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$24.99

$14.99

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Amazon offers DBPOWER USB C Charger for $14.99 when you enter the coupon code "UIKWR8W2" at checkout. It features robust textured exterior resists wear, scuffing, and scratching, shoved in a bag, or dropped on the floor. What's more, the power prongs are really compact and designed to fold up when not in use, therefore taking up less space in your computer bag.

Available in two colors.
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