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VersiCharge Level 2 Universal Electric Vehicle Charger $389.99 for Costco Members

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Costco has the Siemens Versicharge (VC30GRYU) for for $389.99 ($459.99 - $70) +tax. S&H included, only for Costco Members. This is a great price for a high quality 30 A (7.2 kW) EVSE. Charges an EV up to 5x faster than on a Level 1 120 V charger. You will need an existing NEMA 6-50 receptacle on a 240 V circuit and a dedicated double pole breaker rated 40 A or 50 A.
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Now I just need an EV car Smilie
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Will this charge my phone super fast?
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This is a really good price. Lowest price I've ever seen this is 400 bucks.
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Will this charge my phone super fast?
U need Samsung note 7 to get charged
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Now I just need an EV car Smilie
Yep, better just to buy this now then you're kind of forced to buy an EV
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Yep, better just to buy this now then you're kind of forced to buy an EV
I disagree, the tech/cost isn't beneficial for me yet. We drive less than 10k miles a year the break even period would take forever.

I'd love to see a loaded Toyota Corolla EV with 300 miles range for 20k then I'll bite. Maybe around 2024-ish.
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I disagree, the tech/cost isn't beneficial for me yet. We drive less than 10k miles a year the break even period would take forever.

I'd love to see a loaded Toyota Corolla EV with 300 miles range for 20k then I'll bite. Maybe around 2024-ish.
Well i was making a joke, but I would love not having to have to go to a gas station to fill up. I hope my next car is an electric, but probably won't be since I'm not making enough cheese.
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I just got the hard wire version from google express for the roughly the same price after 10% off discount. I'm returning that and got this instead.

For those who think EVs are expensive, I got a clarity plug in hybrid for around $20K + taxes (price after rebates, tax refund). It's the size of an accord, goes 50 miles electric, then switches to hybrid. Lots of standard features too.
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I disagree, the tech/cost isn't beneficial for me yet. We drive less than 10k miles a year the break even period would take forever.

I'd love to see a loaded Toyota Corolla EV with 300 miles range for 20k then I'll bite. Maybe around 2024-ish.
So, I leased a 2017 Soul EV Plus Package (almost fully loaded, couldn't find the one w/ the Sun roof). Mine was essentially $18.5k out the door, zero down. Plus Cali rebates and stuff make it $15k. My lease payment is $224 a month, and I have the option to buy at $10k when my lease is up.
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Will this charge my phone super fast?
It will once
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I disagree, the tech/cost isn't beneficial for me yet. We drive less than 10k miles a year the break even period would take forever.

I'd love to see a loaded Toyota Corolla EV with 300 miles range for 20k then I'll bite. Maybe around 2024-ish.
Leases can be had for less than $200 per month.
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I just got the hard wire version from google express for the roughly the same price after 10% off discount. I'm returning that and got this instead.

For those who think EVs are expensive, I got a clarity plug in hybrid for around $20K + taxes (price after rebates, tax refund). It's the size of an accord, goes 50 miles electric, then switches to hybrid. Lots of standard features too.
That seems like a really great deal! Can you share the details?
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I have an EV but it would cost too much to update electrical for the house to install the charger. Owning an EV is great if you live in a place with good charging infrastructure but really crappy if you live in suburbs:rural area with little to no chargers. It is great not having to pay for gas and I feel quite good knowing that my car isn't emitting exhaust but range and convenience suffer greatly. If I could tell myself one thing before I bought my EV, it would be don't buy, just lease it. The technology and range are evolving at such a fast pace that I look at my car every year wishing I had held out for the latest model. EVs are just not worth owning yet unless actual range is 300+ Real world miles per charge.
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I disagree, the tech/cost isn't beneficial for me yet. We drive less than 10k miles a year the break even period would take forever.

I'd love to see a loaded Toyota Corolla EV with 300 miles range for 20k then I'll bite. Maybe around 2024-ish.
Like you i drive less than 10K a year (last year was about 7k). I bought an off-lease '12 Leaf for 10K out the door in 2015. I charge mostly at work and it's been great! My next purchase will probalby be a '14 or '15 BMW i3 for about $15k by the end of the year, then i'll pass down my leaf to my kid.

The EV's with less than 100mi per charge drop in value as too many people have range anxiety. For me that wasn't an issue as we have a normal gas car as well if we need to travel far.
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