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Mifaso Outlet Extenders: 5-Outlet + 3 USB Ports $11.45, 6-Outlet + 3 USB Ports

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MIFASOPOWER via Amazon has select Mifaso Outlet Extenders on sale for the prices listed after you apply the corresponding promo codes. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders of $25+.

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Available:Features (5-Outlet):
  • Plugs into most wall outlets
  • 5x AC outlets
  • 3x USB outlets

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lannister80 asked this question on 05-17-2022 at 09:52 PM
05-18-2022 at 03:15 AM
Yes. There is one on Amazon in a stick configuration. It has 6 outlets and 3 USB ports.
Once plugged in, it can be rotated side to side. There is no phone shelf however.
Search for POWERIVER Power Strips. About $16.
daversion asked this question on 05-17-2022 at 10:02 AM

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easy, do a search for 'surge protector' - optionally include the word 'anker' - and open any well-commented thread. issues boil down to listings including a 'joules' rating but not being able to further expamd on claims - most often by saying nothing about *clamping* voltage. furthermore they will never include images of the back of the product that would allow you to get some detail on the specs and any claimed certifications.

lastly, often in the case of anker, claimed certifications might apply only to some component, like the cable, not to the whole unit.
one of the reviewer on amazon posted a picture of their wall socket exploded, thats scary.
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the second one is claiming 1800j surge protection - surprised you missed this.

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the second one is claiming 1800j surge protection - surprised you missed this.

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last few times I mentioned the surge, it creates a lot of back and forth about it... I figured it's safer to go this route and people can click and decide for themselves...
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Is this better than the DoRe Outlet Extender?
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last few times I mentioned the surge, it creates a lot of back and forth about it... I figured it's safer to go this route and people can click and decide for themselves...
Sorry if I'm a little out of the loop. Is there a specific thread or posts I can read that has a summary of this back and forth? Curious to hear the arguments on the surge protection of a device like this.
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... or posts I can read that has a summary of this back and forth? Curious to hear the arguments on the surge protection of a device like this.
easy, do a search for 'surge protector' - optionally include the word 'anker' - and open any well-commented thread. issues boil down to listings including a 'joules' rating but not being able to further expamd on claims - most often by saying nothing about *clamping* voltage. furthermore they will never include images of the back of the product that would allow you to get some detail on the specs and any claimed certifications.

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easy, do a search for 'surge protector' - optionally include the word 'anker' - and open any well-commented thread. issues boil down to listings including a 'joules' rating but not being able to further expamd on claims - most often by saying nothing about *clamping* voltage. furthermore they will never include images of the back of the product that would allow you to get some detail on the specs and any claimed certifications.

lastly, often in the case of anker, claimed certifications might apply only to some component, like the cable, not to the whole unit.
Thanks for the summary and overview! Got a new term to jump down the youtube informational rabbit hole with now.
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Planning to get this one for my garage. Is that work? Or this is just for indoor use only?
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Fake china Spam
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Sorry if I'm a little out of the loop. Is there a specific thread or posts I can read that has a summary of this back and forth? Curious to hear the arguments on the surge protection of a device like this
"last time, there was a lot of back and fourth, causing less clicks to purchase this paid sponsored post. This time I want to try to keep it simple so you can simply click and buy this fake china spam"
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Is is another shill post like the previous outlet one we saw few weeks ago. What's with this spam?
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are there similar ones that fit in GFCI outlets?
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I have 7 of these in various forms since they seem to go on sale often and they have all been great. Fit great in the sockets (not loose), good outlet spacing, USB-C charges my 13 Pro Max rapidly, and they're not too bulky for all the ports. Great deal if you need one and I highly recommend them.
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