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Charge anywhere in the world with the Twist Plus+, now just $35

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09.08.15
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International outlets vary widely, and travelers often learn the hard way that not all chargers are universal. Instead of lugging around extra cords and adapters, or simply going without essential devices, grab the Twist Plus+ World Charging Station at 33 percent off from StackSocial and travel with confidence, no matter where you are in the world.


This pocket-sized, ultra-portable adapter is designed to charge your MacBook and four USB-compatible devices at the same time, in over 150 countries all over the world. Charge your laptop, smartphone, tablet, e-reader and more, all through a single outlet and without having to carry multiple chargers when you travel. Additionally, built-in fuse protection keeps your devices safe. Lastly, the adapter itself is surprisingly compact, measuring 3.41 inches on its longest edge, and weighing in at just 0.39 pounds.

Toss the lightweight, compact charging station into your carry-on and never again get stuck with a dead device while you're away from home. Get the Twist Plus+ World Charging Station now for just $34.99.

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