Aukey & # 039; s cheap USB surge protectors can protect your computer against $ 10

Have you recently tried to find a plug or surge protector in a physical store? The choices are thin and expensive, and they are also outdated. One of the most important ways people charge electronics today is with a USB cable, but good luck finding a power outlet in the store with a USB port on it. On the other hand, Amazon has a good selection from different manufacturers, although most are not cheap. Today, however, Aukey is offering a sale on two of its USB surge protectors, which have both sockets and USB ports with prices starting at just $ 10. You must use the correct promotional code to block the sale price during checkout.

The most affordable of the power strips on sale today is this 5 outlet + 2 USB option that drops to $ 9.99 using the promotional code 8I9VM3SZ. That's a saving of $ 17 on the current price there, and it's a deal that is valid on both the white and black models of the product.

If you need more power outlets, there is a version with 8 outputs and 2 USB ports for $ 14.82 with promotional code 7BVCA9ZG. That saves you 50% off the average cost, although it has been consistently sold for $ 38 since the summer.

Both products help protect against electric shocks and spikes, prevent overheating and overcharging and come with built-in mounting holes. Your purchase also comes with a 24-month warranty.

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