It features multiple protections against overheating, current issues, short circuiting. It does not, however, feature Qualcomm Quick charging, so if you’re in that ecoverse it’s probably a deal breaker for you.
The iClever BooseCube+ comes with 18 months free replacement warranty, and lifetime support although what support you could need other than it working I’m not quite sure of.
I don’t see anything that particularly sets this apart from the pack other than it feels built better than most sub $25 chargers.
It works, does what it’s supposed to do, appears to deliver 8 amps, doesn’t get hot, and is under $20. I can’t say there’s anything I’m enthused about, it’s a charger, it does the job, looks nice, good price. Company’s been pretty consistent in getting out decent stuff, of which I have reviewed and use a few of their products on a daily basis.
You can grab an iClever Boostcube+ over on Amazon for $19.99 right now and charge all those gadgets in your household… or at least four of them at once.