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Costco Members: Feit Electric 4-pack Wall Receptacle With USB Ports (3.4A) $25.99 + 3.99 s/h or $12.99/2-pack in stores $29.98

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4-pack on their website for $25.99 + $3.99 s/h: https://www.costco.com/Feit-Elect...84764.html

They also have the 2-pack for $19.99 - $7.00 instant savings = $12.99 in-stores (Item 1145395).

UL listed and 3.4A charging.

P good deal considering Best Buy had a 2.4A, 2-pack on sale for $15 and it was a frontpage deal.
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ugh will need USB C soon
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ugh will need USB C soon
How does that change this deal?
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Does this do fast charging 3.0?
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i bought a bunch of those adapters that plug into the regular plug and give you like 6 extra plugs and 4 usb chargers. I put them throughout my house and carry an extra for trips so that way, I'm always guaranteed at least a plug or two when everyone's fighting over who gets to charge first Stick Out Tongue

These may not be a bad addition though! Are they pretty easy to install?
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Does this do fast charging 3.0?
nope not even QC 2. Slow charging
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nope not even QC 2. Slow charging
This supplies 3.4A, which should provide the juice for devices with QC 2 capabilities - I believe that's considered quick charge for most people. I haven't seen much in the way of outlets (home depot, BB, Costco) providing anything better than this.
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ugh will need USB C soon
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How does that change this deal?
Yesh, not sure what the gripe is. I don't USB-C cables but aren't they just regular USB cables on one end (which plug into these receptacles and any other USB port) and USB-C on the other?
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They also have the 2-pack for $19.99 - $7.00 instant savings = $12.99 in-stores (Item 1145395).
Did you happen to see what the expiration date on the instant savings was?
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Yesh, not sure what the gripe is. I don't USB-C cables but aren't they just regular USB cables on one end (which plug into these receptacles and any other USB port) and USB-C on the other?
USB C to USB C charge a whole lot quicker than USB C - to USB A, works well for modern days laptop and android phone

USB C to Lightning also benefit from it as well
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USB C to USB C charge a whole lot quicker than USB C - to USB A, works well for modern days laptop and android phone

USB C to Lightning also benefit from it as well
Ok, thanks for the info. I was not aware USB C to USB C was a thing since I don't own any USB C devices.
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if/when usb-c becomes standard, all of these wall receptacles will feel obsolete and ancient.

if apple changes over iphone to usb c, that will pretty much begin to sway things over to usb c everything. even usb-c to usb-c but i think there will stil be time before its fully adopted. especially if pc laptops, desktops, macs, etc only have 1 usb-c port. The day it becomes more usb-c ports than usb a in laptops/desktops is when that day has come.
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This supplies 3.4A, which should provide the juice for devices with QC 2 capabilities - I believe that's considered quick charge for most people. I haven't seen much in the way of outlets (home depot, BB, Costco) providing anything better than this.
I have a TOPGREENER TU21548A-W High Speed 4.8A-24W Dual USB Wall Outlet Receptacle from Amazon. It obviously cost a lot more. Single receptacle is like $17.

The reason i paid so much was I am using it to charge two smartphones with it and 2.4A per port is minimum i would recommend in that scenario especially if u are using your device while charging.

If you are using single port or using this to charge say bluetooth speakers etc. it would be perfectly fine.
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if/when usb-c becomes standard, all of these wall receptacles will feel obsolete and ancient.

if apple changes over iphone to usb c, that will pretty much begin to sway things over to usb c everything. even usb-c to usb-c but i think there will stil be time before its fully adopted. especially if pc laptops, desktops, macs, etc only have 1 usb-c port. The day it becomes more usb-c ports than usb a in laptops/desktops is when that day has come.
Question is, how long before 2.4A per port is "obsolete". For phones, 2.4A will still fully charge in under 2 hours (assuming the phone isnt a bottleneck). Iphones literally couldnt charge any faster than that until just a few months ago. I dont think its going to be worthless any time soon. Plus when that does happen, the only thing you're losing is the time it takes to put one of these in (which is 15-20 min) since regular chargers are just as expensive anyway. When USB-C wall receptacles are in production, just buy those and replace them.
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OK
Here is my naive question. Does this conversion to USB specs work differently than a wall wart? If you leave a wall wart connected to power, it draws current 24 hours per day and 7 days per week (If you don't believe that, feel the heat put by a plugged in wall wart that has nothing connected to it) That heat is ~~1 to ~~5 watts becomes significant when multiplied by the number of hours in a year!

How much power does this technology draw when not connected to anything? Anyone know? Anyone care?
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