There’s a dual outlet 15 watt USB car charger and a single outlet USB car charger. The dual model has the four foot long (1.2 metre) USB Type-C cable fixed, and that can be used for fast charging, while there’s also a USB Type-A socket (which can provide up to one amp or 5 watts) in case you have an iPhone or something that also needs charging. Just right for his and hers.
The other just has the single USB Type-C socket. It comes with a 1.2 metre cable with USB Type-C plugs on both ends. Again, it can deliver up to fifteen watts. Both have a LED so you know they’re connected to your car’s power, and both have a “Connected Equipment Warranty” of up to $2500 to give you assurance that they’re not likely to set your phone on fire or anything.
They cost $49.95 each.
There’s also a USB Type-C wall socket charger, also with up to 15 watts (three amps) output. This has a USB Type-C socket and comes with a 5 foot (1.5 metre) USB Type-C cable and the same connected equipment warranty. It costs $59.95.
All of these are fixed five volt output devices. They don’t offer the higher voltages supported by some proprietary quick charge systems but simply rely on having plenty of current on tap so that the device being charged won’t be limited by the power the charger can supply.
Finally, Belkin has a USB Type C version out of its “Mixit Power RockStar”. This is a power pack for recharging phones and tablets. It has two USB Type-A sockets, and comes with a short USB Type-C adaptor cable, and a short Lightning adaptor cable. It can charge using both at once, with up to 3.4 amps (17 watts) available from the pair combined.
It has a 6600mAh capacity, has the same connected equipment warranty, and is additionally Apple MFi (Made for iThing) certified. It costs $89.95.
You can of course use any of those devices to charge anything that can be charged with five volts. For example, just use your normal USB Type-A to Micro-B USB cable to charge up an older Android phone, or for that matter a set of Bluetooth headphones or other accessory.