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Poweradd 12-Outlet Surge Protector w/ PD18W USB-C + 2x USB Smart Ports EXPIRED

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POWERADD-US via Amazon has Poweradd 12-Outlet Surge Protector w/ PD18W USB-C + 2x USB Smart Ports on sale when you follow the steps below. Shipping is free.

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  1. Visit the page for Poweradd 12-Outlet Surge Protector w/ PD18W USB-C + 2x USB Smart Ports
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  4. Apply promotion code QJPI2Z52
  5. Your total should be $29.99 - $15 promotion code = $14.99, shipping is free
About this item:
  • Power delivery 18W type c port high speed charge your phone, ipads and tablets. charge iphone 2.5 x faster, ipad 1.5 x faster than original chargers. Advanced smart usb charger detect your any USB devices automatically and charging at fastest speed.
  • Extend 1 wall socket to 12 AC outlets, USB C Port(PD18W) x 1 & smart usb charging ports x 2, could supply power for 15 devices simultaneously. 6ft heavy duty extension cord with flat plug. Support worldwide voltage 100V-240V
  • The back 2 mounting holes allows this mountable power strip to be fixed on the wall or desk to create more space and power your devices stably. And the back non-slip rubber to make the power strip stay on the desk more stably.
  • Flat plug power strip, easier to access the wall outlets blocked by furniture, without bending or breaking the cord. The wide space AC outlets is especially for large plugs or adapters, without worry block the next outlet.
  • Surge Protection 1700J, protect your devices from lightning, power surge, fluctuations, swells and spikes. Built-in overload protection shut off the circuit automatically to protect your devices when total power of attached devices exceed Max Rated Power 1875W.

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Random Chinese drop shipped surge protector. What could go wrong?
I must have too many gadgets because 12 outlets is nothing in my office.
Does this start on fire for free, or is that extra?

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Doesn't mention Joules rating

【Advanced & Reliable Protection】Surge Protection 1700J, protect your devices from lightning, power surge, fluctuations, swells and spikes. Builted-in overload protection shut off the circuit automatically to protect your devices when total power of attached devices exceed Max Rated Power 1875W.
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doesn't mention joules rating
1700j
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Cannot think of a situation with 12 outlets at one location. 1700j is bit low
I must have too many gadgets because 12 outlets is nothing in my office.
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The price is right. I'll give it a try.
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Cannot think of a situation with 12 outlets at one location. 1700j is bit low
Easily blow through all these if you have gadgets that have massive and awkward power block plugs.
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Power quality control is important. I need one but ain't rolling the dice on no brand name cheap quality Chinese garbage. Any other recommendations?

UPDATE: 18W USB C is good. 7.5W USB A shared is pretty crappy.
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Random Chinese drop shipped surge protector. What could go wrong?
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For those worried about joules rating, please consider a whole home sure protector. Got up your game!
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Cannot think of a situation with 12 outlets at one location. 1700j is bit low
In the blink of an eye I fill at the least near 12 outlets at one location. Just by my TV chair I have the Chair, a weather station, Alexa, wireless cell charger, laptop, portable voip phone charger, lamp, behind the chair the fiber internet box, window air conditioner, air purifier...
Then in the same room, TV, two TV receivers (DISH and TIVO) TIVO Stream, External Hard Drive for DISH, sound bar, DVD player, Sub woofer, Slingbox., Router, separate Ethernet ports 2nd lamp....
That's just one room and doesn't count leaving one or two open for the vacuum cleaner or other various things.
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Does this start on fire for free, or is that extra?
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Agreed with others. Go with a reputable brand whose reputation is on the line. It's worth the extra money.
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