Driving is part of everyday life, especially if you live in a big city or far away. We drive to run errands like grocery shopping and pick up the kids, and we go to work. or to school. Wherever you are behind the wheel (or as a passenger), you will find ways to make your journey more comfortable and convenient. Today we’re sharing 5 smart items that will make your commuting and driving better.
01. Organize inside
A stubborn notepad, scattered coins, and a pen that always takes over the disappearance. Tired of not finding anything behind the wheel or stopping to take notes on a call? So it has to be organized. Fortunately, this handy console from our shop makes cleaning a breeze. From drinks to pens and coins to your smartphone: keep your most important utensils together and with you during the journey. Car seat, center console, and gear knob so that everything is within reach.
We’re always on our phones and they always need enough battery so we can keep using them: a charging port that fits perfectly in your cup holder. Yes, that’s right, just insert your phone and charge it. The charger also has a connector for AirPods, which have wireless charging capabilities. An additional USB output is included in the scope of delivery so that you can easily supply this cup holder-sized charging station with power. The charger also includes 2 USB ports so you can manually charge 2 more devices. Convenience: Everything in your cup holder.
Did the windshield hit a pebble on the freeway? Do you discover an accidental crack in your window? Unavoidable things can happen while driving, but if the windshield is damaged you need to fix it quickly, or they can. Spread and destroy your entire windshield. Fortunately, when you arm yourself with Windshield Scratch Repair Fluid, you have a handy solution that will completely restore cracks in the glass in 2030 minutes so you can continue your journey with peace of mind. Rubber mouthpiece to suck the air out of broken glass, while our advanced resin formula with a reinforced injection sealant head ensures precise crack repair. A simple 4 step process is all it takes!
Are you charging your phone but upset about how the charging port head is limiting your phone’s portability? Or is someone in the back seat charging your iPad, but can only hold it at an odd angle due to the physical limitations of the charging cable? We understand this frustration, so we recommend using our versatile charging cable – available in Lightning, Type-C, or Micro-USB configurations. You can find the right cable (in different colors) that is perfect for your device (s). The magnetic end plugs directly into the charging port on your phone or device, while a charging cable (available in 3.3 feet or 6.6 feet) with a magnetic end plugs directly into your plug. No more laboriously pricking your phone with a conventional charging port, as the connection is completely magnetic and an integrated LED light in the connection port makes it easy for you to find your device in the dark. In addition, the 360-degree rotation of the charging port ensures that you can turn and rotate your device w in any direction while charging. It’s everything you need in one cool charger.
Be careful: your sunglasses are prone to damage in your car. If you don’t have a real case or storage space in your vehicle, consider this handy clip case. More than a cheap plastic case, you can find it for $ 5 is made of ABS plastic (the same material used for car bumpers and dashboards) and has a nice glossy finish. You’re driving (isn’t that the worst? Just clip it on your visor for inconspicuous storage that’s also within easy reach.
We hope that you start your journey more confidently with our 5 great product ideas. Remember to always drive without the distraction of smartphones, car navigation systems, or built-in rear-view cameras.
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