Enter Our Giveaway: Hi-Tech ZUS Phone Charger & Car Finder
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These days, keeping your smartphone charged while on the go is essential for staying connected. But only the ZUS Smart Car Charger from NoNDA uses Bluetooth to connect to your phone and tell you where you left your car. Made of top-quality, military-grade components, this dual-USB car charger uses GPS to direct you to your parked car–without using mobile data!
Have trouble finding your vehicle in crowded parking lots?
We’re giving away a phone charger/Bluetooth-connected car locator!
One lucky winner in our giveaway will receive a ZUS Smart USB Car Charger from The News Wheel and NoNDA. To enter, simply follow the instructions below. The more entry methods you complete, the more entries you’ll have in the final drawing. If you don’t win, make sure you purchase a ZUS charger from Amazon.com (currently 40% off!).
- Prize: ZUS Smart USB Car Charger ($49.99 retail)
- Deadline: Closes on July 1, 2016
- Restrictions: Open to legal United States residents 18 years of age or older
- Winner: One randomly-drawn winner will be selected to receive a ZUS car charger (slightly used due to product review). Said winner will be notified within a week of the giveaway concluding.
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Here’s an excerpt of our in-depth review of the ZUS Smart USB Car Charger (read the rest here):
The biggest draw of the ZUS car charger, of course, is the associated app. It uses Bluetooth to connect the charger to your phone, and when it no longer receives a signal from the charger, it saves that location as your parking spot. Then, when you leave from the mall, dormitory, or workplace where you had been, the app directs you back to that spot using GPS. Once you start your car and the charger gets power again, the app reconnects and will wait until it loses the connection again.
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