Nonda’s original Zus smart car charger was a one-of-a-kind device with two very poorly-placed USB ports, but the newly redesigned Quick Charge 2.0 model fixes that fatal flaw for just $11.

That’s a great price for any Quick Charge car charger, but Nonda’s has some features you won’t find anywhere else. Most notably, it connects to your phone over Bluetooth, and every time the connection drops (meaning your car has turned off), a free app will make a note of your location so you can find your parking spot later.

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That app will also tell you the health of your car battery so you can get it replaced before you end up stranded, and it can even track your mileage for tax and expensing purposes (free for 60 drives per month, $3/month or $30/year for unlimited).