The Belkin Conserve Valet offers up a variety of charging ports for your various devices. As long as it can be plugged into a USB socket, you can charge it up here. But there’s one major difference between the Conserve Valet and most other chargers–when it’s done charging your devices to full power, it shuts itself off, so it no longer pulls power to keep the devices charging once full charge is achieved. You’ll be able to charge fully four devices on the Conserve Valet at once, and they won’t even waste power in the process.
It’s spectacularly easy to use–just plug the Conserve Valet into the wall, plug your devices into the Conserve Valet, and then press the start button. Your devices kick off charging, and you can even set them on the tray-style surface on top for added convenience. A clever idea to say the least. If you’ve got a lot of mobile devices you need charging, then you’ll definitely want something like this on hand not only for the convenience of it all but also for the energy savings (not to mention the inevitable cost savings that follow when you save energy).
But here’s the kicker: you can find one of these for forty bucks, and possibly less if you shop around a bit. So if you’re one of those people with a variety of devices needing charging, you’ll welcome the Belkin Conserve Valet for its cost-effectiveness and its convenience.
Charges multiple devices at once
Really only useful as a charger
Score 9 / 10