Here’s another helpful post from Savvy Sugar, where they delve into the market of generic chargers. Are they a smart idea, or a ticket to waste?
Chargers can get kind of pricey, especially if you have a tendency to lose them when you’re traveling. For example, the Apple Store sells iPhone chargers for $20 to $30.
Do non-brand name chargers work just as well as their OEM counterparts? We talk to Anthony Scarsella of Gazelle, a company that buys old gadgets from consumers and sells them on eBay, who gives us the lowdown on whether the risk is worth it.