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2-Pack Dynex 2.4Amp USB Wall Outlets (White) EXPIRED

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Best Buy has 2-Pack Dynex 2.4Amp USB Wall Outlets (White, DX-HW24A182P) on sale for $14.99. Select free store pickup where stock permits. Otherwise, shipping is free on $35+ orders. Thanks SlickDealio
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Best Buy.com [bestbuy.com] has 2-Pack Dynex 2.4Amp USB Wall Outlets (White, DX-HW24A182P) on sale for $14.99. Select free store pickup if stock is available, otherwise shipping is free on orders $35+.
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Bought them last year. Works great. Not super fast charging 0-100% in 30 mins type but not 1A type slow either.

Price hasn't changed since last year so still good deal.
Great way to update your outlets esp. around kitchen counters & guest bedrooms where mobile equipment tend to congregate & doesn't necessitate a charging block.
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This from the reviews:

1. The electronics behind the outlets are quite large and take up most of a single gang box. If your box is metal and dented at all, these will easily short out on the box. Put a piece of electrical tape over the screws that secure the wires as some cheap insurance.
2. The outlets are tamper resistant and way too stiff. At first I couldn't get anything to plug in, I call the Dynex 800 number and was told to try a screw driver. The irony of sticking a screw driver in a tamper resistant outlet was lost on the support person, but it worked.


Many reviewers commented that these are very deep, one even cut out the back of the existing box to make it fit (yikes!)
YMMV - I own an older home (late 40's - plaster walls) retro fitting stuff like this is a pain if you're not fairly handy.
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Basic knowledge and common sense are all that is required. If uneasy, watch a video on YouTube prior to doing it to feel more comfortable.
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Bought them last year. Works great. Not super fast charging 0-100% in 30 mins type but not 1A type slow either.

Price hasn't changed since last year so still good deal.
Great way to update your outlets esp. around kitchen counters & guest bedrooms where mobile equipment tend to congregate & doesn't necessitate a charging block.
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Are these standard size as in will they fit side by side in a 2 gang wall plate?
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Are these standard size as in will they fit side by side in a 2 gang wall plate?
Looks standard
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Are they easy to install or do you have to be an electrician?
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Good deal. Also almost the same price in Costco I believe but FEIT brand.
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Are they easy to install or do you have to be an electrician?
Basic knowledge and common sense are all that is required. If uneasy, watch a video on YouTube prior to doing it to feel more comfortable.
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Are they easy to install or do you have to be an electrician?
These are pretty straight forward. Just make sure you know how to shut off the power to the outlet, test that it's off, and then switch the wires over. If you're confused, there's plenty of videos online.
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Are these standard size as in will they fit side by side in a 2 gang wall plate?
This from the reviews:

1. The electronics behind the outlets are quite large and take up most of a single gang box. If your box is metal and dented at all, these will easily short out on the box. Put a piece of electrical tape over the screws that secure the wires as some cheap insurance.
2. The outlets are tamper resistant and way too stiff. At first I couldn't get anything to plug in, I call the Dynex 800 number and was told to try a screw driver. The irony of sticking a screw driver in a tamper resistant outlet was lost on the support person, but it worked.


Many reviewers commented that these are very deep, one even cut out the back of the existing box to make it fit (yikes!)
YMMV - I own an older home (late 40's - plaster walls) retro fitting stuff like this is a pain if you're not fairly handy.
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Darn teenager is unplugging stuff to charge iPhone. Hopefully this stops that nonsense.
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Many reviewers commented that these are very deep, one even cut out the back of the existing box to make it fit (yikes!)
YMMV - I own an older home (late 40's - plaster walls) retro fitting stuff like this is a pain if you're not fairly handy.
I would agree @ those points; also houses constructed prior to the 21st century will have some challenges with this or any of newer smart equipment.
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Are these GFCI?
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These are 2.4 apms total for both slots. So max output for the unit is 2.4 apms.
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Are these GFCI?
Per description, these are not GFCI.
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