Lots of Neat Stuff from My Latest Amazon Gadget Haul

In my latest Amazon haul, I discovered some genuinely intriguing tech gadgets that you might find useful. You can check out the video here and find them all on Amazon here.

The first item that caught my attention was a smartphone cooler from Neewer. It not only charges your phone wirelessly but also features a Peltier cooler – a small heat pump that significantly reduces the temperature of your device.

Next, I explored a versatile charging bank from Lenovo, available in both 20,000 and 10,000 milliamp-hour capacities. This power bank’s standout feature is its ability to simultaneously charge devices wirelessly and through a built-in USB-C cable. This makes it convenient for charging multiple devices at once, a handy tool for anyone on the go.

Next was a portable 3-in-1 wireless charging station designed for Apple MagSafe devices, though it can work with Android devices too with the right accessories. The charger can lay flat or can propped it up for easy viewing a charging iPhone’s screen. It also charges your Apple Watch and has a second lower powered Qi pad for airpods and other compatible Qi devices.

Another interesting find was a small, portable USB-C dongle for charging Apple Watches. The magnet on this one felt stronger than the one on the 3-in-1 charger, making it quite secure for charging your watch on the go.

While on the Apple theme, I next looked at a couple of trackable items compatible with Apple’s Find My network – a HaloLock wallet stand and the MoMax Pincard. The HaloLock works as a magsafe wallet and a phone stand, with the added benefit of being trackable via the Find My network. The MoMax Pincard, a completely sealed flat IP68 weatherproof Find My tracking device, can be attached to luggage or keys and is rechargeable over Qi wireless charging.

The one dud of this look was the ReShow Cassette Converter. This walkman-sized audio cassette player allows you to convert those cassettes into digital format via USB-C. While its build quality and audio output aren’t top-notch, it offers a relatively simple way to preserve old recordings, especially for those nostalgic about their old cassette collections. The player appears as a standard USB audio device when connected to a PC or mobile device.

The haul also included an external optical drive for reading and writing CDs and DVDs. It’s a straightforward, USB-based device that proves useful for those who still have a collection of discs or need to access older software on CDs. Although the one I received is not available at the moment, there’s many similar ones that likely come out of the same factory available at a reasonable price on Amazon.

Lastly, I reviewed the Belkin Connect USB 6-in-1 GaN Dock. This compact and portable docking station is about the size of a laptop power supply but also offers a range of connectivity options, including HDMI, gigabit Ethernet, USB-A, and USB-C ports – no additional power brick required.

This was a fun one to do. It’s always great to find some useful gadgets that are relatively affordable.

Disclosure: The HaloLock phone stand and Lenovo battery came in from the manufacturers free of charge. The rest of these products came in free of charge through the Amazon Vine program. I had no contact with the manufacturers, no one reviewed or approved this video before uploading, and no other compensation was received.