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Surge Protector Power Strip with 5 USB Ports and 6 Outlets for $15.59 AC on Amazon

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Amazon is offering a Surge Protector Power Strip [amazon.com] with 5 USB Ports and 6 Outlets for $15.59 when you apply coupon code XEODJ6IQ at checkout. It has a 5-foot cord, and fireproof/heat-resistant ABS plastic.
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Has anyone bought this and vouch for its safety? Not trying to hook my tv and Xbox up to a bad post strip
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8 amps per USB port?! Am I reading that correctly?
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8 amps per USB port?! Am I reading that correctly?
That's what is says but in the one rendered image it blurrily? shows 5v/1A which makes much more sense.
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That's what is says but in the one rendered image it blurrily? shows 5v/1A which makes much more sense.
I see 5V 2.4A on all 5 USB outputs
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I see 5V 2.4A on all 5 USB outputs
Looking more closely I think we are both partially right and might explain the 8A on the Amazon page. It's unfortunate we have to speculate based of the rendered image of a product though LMAO

I see:
  • 5V\1A
    5V\1A
    5V\1A
    5V\2.4A
    5V\2.4A
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Why would you take a gamble on a generic surge protector when a good brand goes for the same price and has more ports?

This is what I purchased on Monday: https://smile.amazon.com/APC-Prot...B0012YLTR6

Also, with SurgeArrest if a surge enters your home it fries the protector rendering the device offline, but preventing any future surges from coming through.

With cheap surge protectors, the first surge is captured, fries the switch, then becomes a power strip allowing electricity, and future surges, to pass through.

I'd much rather have a surge protector that stops working in case there are issues than a surge protector that will pretend to be okay if it got fried.

And if you need a ton of USB ports, I used this one while traveling throughout Spain: https://smile.amazon.com/Travel-W...B011KPRE1G
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I would not trust this surge protector.
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If you value your property, it's worthwhile to verify electrical hardware is certified. I could not find UL certification for example. I wouldn't trust it.

https://ledcorporations.com/regul...r-and-dlc/
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Looking more closely I think we are both partially right and might explain the 8A on the Amazon page. It's unfortunate we have to speculate based of the rendered image of a product though LMAO

I see:
  • 5V\1A
    5V\1A
    5V\1A
    5V\2.4A
    5V\2.4A
I want to believe the 1A ports are useful but def not for charging. Any ideas what they'd be good for?
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