Innergie mMini DC10 review

With the summer holiday season in full swing, charging gadgets on the move in the car is a fact of life.

When we head off on long journeys we have a GPS, phone charger, tablets and sometimes a DVD player all hanging off a motley selection of 12V splitters.

The Innergie mMini DC10 is a handy little gadget that allows you to run two USB-charged devices from a single 12V socket – helping reduce the spaghetti of wires when on the move.

Innergie-mMini-DC10-in-car-USB-Charger-1935569It’s a smart little bit of kit that gives off a strangely satisfying blue glow when it’s in use. It retails for £19 in the UK. It’s small – 7cm x 2.3cm – so doesn’t take up much space and most of the charger ends up in the socket rather than protruding out the end.

For the real geeks like me out there, it charges at 10W, which means it’s meaty enough for tablets as well as phones.

Not much more to say about it than that really. It’s small, stylish and it works!

Disclosure: Free review kit supplied by the manufacturer


Innergie mMini DC10

This article originally appeared on Simon Wakeman’s communications, marketing and public relations blog at


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