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HOLSEM 3 pack Smart Cubic Surge Protector 14 AC outlets, 3 Smart USB Ports (5V/2.4A) and 6' Heavy Duty Extension Cord

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You and OP are related?
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Don't touch this fake Chinese spam
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A from Fakespot, so not sure where the hate is coming from. Not for me, but seems kind of neat.
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They should not be calling it smart if it can't connect to WiFi. What is smart about this?
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Good point. Spicry seems to always reply in support of the same OPs. Interesting.
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Don't touch this fake Chinese spam
Where are you getting your information? What's fake about it? Almost everything consumer electronics related is made in China including the most high end brands so what the devil does the origin of the product's manufactures have to do with avoiding it?

I was curious about the brand after your outburst and Holsem is actually an American company so please tell me how you're helping anyone?
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They should not be calling it smart if it can't connect to WiFi. What is smart about this?
What? A "smart device" doesn't mean it has networking capability. A "smart device" means exactly what it sounds like, a device that has an active interaction with the user via a chip of some kind, in this case a DSP charging chip, versus something that is more analog with no circuit boards.

The USB ports in this have a form of Qualcomm's quick charging tech. which has a handshake process with your device in how it charges giving as much power as possible early on, based on heat readings and other algorithmic relationships, then slowing the charging down as the battery gets closer to full charge which corresponds with higher battery temps in lithium batteries that are in nearly every mobile device.

My question is why are you being critical of marketing of a surge protector?
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This thing's available on eBay for $27.00, no coupon needed.
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"Holsem - The Expert in Air Fryers, Surge Protectors, and Smart Home." Hmmm.
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If you give any sort of a shit about the things plugged into your surge protectors then spend the money on quality otherwise you might regret going cheap.

I have all my important electronics behind tripplites: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0000510Z9/
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Where are you getting your information? What's fake about it? Almost everything consumer electronics related is made in China including the most high end brands so what the devil does the origin of the product's manufactures have to do with avoiding it?

I was curious about the brand after your outburst and Holsem is actually an American company so please tell me how you're helping anyone?
I believe he is saying that this deal appears to be spam - a paid product placement under the guise of a helpful end-user.

We've had this discussion before. These schemes are easy to spot.

"Click on the the originator of a given thread, look for the threads they have posted in the past. And if those are all for Amazon third-party sellers with coupon codes, the answer is right there."

They reportedly get paid around $25 a post for these. And others get paid a few bucks to positively comment on and thumb-up the shilled threads. Are you one of the latter? (That's a joke BTW, not an accusation Peace)
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I believe he is saying that this deal appears to be spam - a paid product placement under the guise of a helpful end-user.

We've had this discussion before. These schemes are easy to spot.

"Click on the the originator of a given thread, look for the threads they have posted in the past. And if those are all for Amazon third-party sellers with coupon codes, the answer is right there."

They reportedly get paid around $25 a post for these. And others get paid a few bucks to positively comment on and thumb-up the shilled threads. Are you one of the latter? (That's a joke BTW, not an accusation Peace)
Yep. Coincidence another Holsem deal just posted?

https://slickdeals.net/share/ipad_app/t/11804231
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What is going on with all this shill spam?
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