UNBOXING: Cable Matters 3 Socket Car Power Adapter with 4X Charging USB Ports and LED Display

I got a Cable Matters 3 Socket Car Power Adapter with 4X Charging USB Ports and This LED Display ( https://amzn.to/3j49ZAL ) to replace my trusty Wagen 4 socket car adapter ( https://amzn.to/2T0Trzl ) i bought in 2016. I wanted to reduce clutter in my 2018 Honda Clarity as I use USB charging for my emergency 26,800 mah power bank ( https://amzn.to/3dD3unI ) I keep charged under my seat for my road trips.

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I wanted to reduce the number of Anker PD USB adapters fast chargers ( https://amzn.to/2SYL6Mx ) in my car. I also liked that it had a a volt meter and on/off switch to my interior lighting kit ( https://amzn.to/3j7lLKE ) in installed in my previous video ( https://youtu.be/ktJ0UZAB_KE ). Overall its works, but the only negative is the 12 volt sockets are shorter than the Wagen sockets, so plugs look like they are only 70 % in the socket. 

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DIY – How to add MORE Car interior lighting! For glove box and foot wells (12 volt vs USB ) Quick & Easy – Unboxing | Review

New cars have less lighting for the glove box, storage, and foot well areas. I made this video review to show you how to easily add of a simple LED car interior light kit ( https://amzn.to/33MbKhM ) from Amazon. I have added LED lights to my 2018 Honda Clarity and other cars the glove box and foot wells.

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I wanted simple ambient light that was not distracting and can be set to power on / off when I start the car. I bought two kits to review: USB powered 5 volt flexible LED light kit ( https://amzn.to/33MbKhM ) and a 12 volt version ( https://amzn.to/3nJki0H ). I choose to use the USB powered led lights due to the lower voltage, lower heat generated, and flexible material to mount to the curvy interior panels. There are also smart phone versions ( https://amzn.to/3iKgatO ).

I made previous videos on how to set the theme for the new Honda infotainment system colors and theme.

Adding this led light kit to the interior to match the colors in the infotainment was fun. I also wanted to match the sport drive mode red. But overall I wanted low amber color light so I can see any items that may be in the dim glovebox or foot wells. My install took less than 20 minutes . I only installed the lights removable panels that do not have any electronics or air bag modules. The LED lights are also placed so they do not glare and distract me while driving.

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DIY: Installing Deer Warning Whistles! – Why you should use screws instead of mounting tape.

So there’s been more deer around and I figured I get a some deer warning whistles and put them on my Honda Clarity . They sell similar ones online: https://amzn.to/2RfUax1 . I used screws to mount to the front of my car.

The two deer warning whistle attached on to the bumper with foam adhesive tape. There are screw holes on the mounts, however the foam tape holds it fine for about 2 years.

It finally tore the foam and the other one ripped off due to wind speed. This time around i drilled two pilot holes and added two flat head screws. I used a 1/16 drill bit ( https://amzn.to/3hc9Ziz ) on my Ryobi power drill (https://amzn.to/30quh1O ). I had to use aluminum tape (https://amzn.to/2Yl5Xvv) to make the small drill bit see my video of how i did it.

So my there are two types of whistles included in the package, one with closed back end and one with a open back end. The closed one is louder is placed on the passenger side. The open one is quieter and is placed on the driver side. When driving at highway speeds I can hear the passenger side with the passenger window down.

Enjoy and hope this helps!

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