Battery life on the Pixel 2 is really good, but that doesn’t mean you’ll never have to charge the phone. Unfortunately, the Pixel 2 doesn’t have wireless charging. That means you’ll be wired to an outlet (or battery pack) to get some extra juice. We’ve got a list of some great charging accessories for your Pixel 2. Never run out of battery again.

Anker PowerCore Fusion

The PowerCore Fusion gets its name by fusing together wall chargers and portable chargers. You can plug it into the wall and use it as a typical wall charger, but it has a battery built-in. That means you can unplug it and take it with you like a battery pack. It’s really cool and handy. [Buy from Amazon]

Aukey Turbo Wall Charger

The Aukey Turbo Charger is one of the cheapest Quick Charge 3.0 devices you can get. For less than $15, this charger can charge your phone up to four times faster than a standard charger. It has a small footprint so it doesn’t steal space on your power strip. It’s also compatible with Quick Charge 2.0. [Buy from Amazon]

Official Wall Charger

The charger that comes with the Pixel 2 is already capable of fast charging. However, you only get one. If you lose it or want one for every room of your house, you can buy another one. It’s good practice to use USB cables from reliable sources. You know Google’s cables will work with Google’s phones. [Buy from Google]

Super Long USB-C Cable

When you’re tied to the wall to get some much-needed juice, an extra long charging cable is your best friend. This Olixar USB-C cable is over 6 feet long, so you have plenty of free range. The cable is USB-C 3.0 with USB-A on one end. If you’ve never treated yourself to a long charging cable, give this one a try. You’ll thank us. [Buy on Amazon, MobileFun]

More USB-C Cables

If the Pixel 2 is your first phone with USB Type-C, you probably have a lot of old charging cables that are outdated now. It’s always nice to have a bunch of spare cables that you can spread around your house. Here’s a list of some of the best USB-C cables so you can start building up a new collection.