expired Xiaomi Mi 3-Outlet Power Strip (BLACK) US $8.9 (AU $11.84) Delivered @ GearBest

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Xiaomi Mi 3-Outlet Power Strip (BLACK) US $8.9 (AU $11.84) Delivered @ GearBestAffiliate
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This is my first deal so if I have made any errors please let me know.

Many thanks to the gearbest rep for providing this code for the ever popular Xiaomi power strip. Comes with 3 USB ports and 3 Multi-Connector Power Ports, ending with a China Plus adaptor which can be plugged upside down in an Australian power point.

Make sure to select Unregistered Air Mail. I paid in USD with my 28degrees card and the order totalled $11.67.

If you have any issues with the code before it is expired, make sure to either use a different browser or reset your browser cache and try again.

Limited to first 100 stock,1 times per account,HK,AU,NZ,MY,SG,MO,TW only.

Enjoy!

Comments

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    will it work on white op?

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    Doh.. can only buy 1 with the code.. doesn't apply discount to second one.. :(

  • +1 vote

    Does this have holes at the back

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    Favourite powerboard, finally going to have a second

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    Why is NZ shipping so expensive ? ;s

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    Is this Aus certified?

    • +4 votes

      No. As much as I'd love to buy many of these powerboard, I'm too paranoid.

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        Yeah, just not worth the risk. You would have to be pretty dumb to risk your entire house and belongings just to save a few bucks with an overseas powerboard.

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          I figure if I buy my powerboards locally, then I can plug all of my questionable Chinese electronics into that.
          Flawed logic? Yes. But, I do like my OzBargain treasures.

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          The problem is, these don't exist - as in, powerboards that can support international adapters. It's part of the standard I belive - all compliant devices must only accept Australian plugs.

          So you can't actually buy Australian compliant powerboards with international inputs.

          First world problem.

        • +3 votes

          You would have to be pretty dumb to risk your entire house and belongings just to save a few bucks with an overseas powerboard.

          Better not stay in any hotels ever. It'd be filled with tourists plugging hundreds of overseas power boards, travel converters, and chargers into the wall. You'd have to be pretty dumb to risk your life like that. The hotel could burn down while you sleep, killing you and your whole family.

          In fact, better not cross a road ever. There's a tiny chance you might get hit by a car and die. You'd have to be pretty dumb to risk your life like that.

          Heck, better not enter your bathroom. There's a chance you might slip and fall and hit your head on the sink and die. You'd have to be pretty dumb to risk your life like that.

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          @eug: Wait, what? When did I mention life? Im talking about insurance not covering your house and equipment.

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          @Orpheus: Losing your life is a bigger deal than insurance not covering your house and equipment. Yet you happily do all those gasp dangerous activities which are probably more likely to happen than this power board catching fire and burning your house down.

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          @Orpheus: You're worried about non-Australian-standards-approved electrical equipment burning your house down, yet you have no qualms about staying at a hotel where hundreds or thousands of unapproved electrical equipment is plugged into the walls.

          You'd probably have a heart attack if you ever had to stay in a hotel or apartment building in China, where everybody would probably have heaps of these plugged in. :)

        • +2 votes

          @eug: I don't stay in hotels and I'm never going to China. How do those things have anything to do with purchasing this product and having insurance not covering your belongings if anything goes wrong because you used a non aus certified powerboard?

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          @Orpheus:

          It's a legitimate concern.

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          @Orpheus:

          if anything goes wrong

          You're so fixated on worrying about the power board catching fire that you can't see the forest for the trees.

          Everyone takes risks in life, from driving a car to crossing a street.

          If you drive your car, a drunk driver could smash into you and maim or kill you. But the chances are low, so we all still drive.

          If you use this power board and it somehow catches fire, your insurance company might reject the claim. But the chances are low, so lots of us happily use it.

          You're fearfully stuck in a "what if" world, and are calling everyone who has bought this power board "dumb" simply because they are not stuck afraid in a "what if" world.

          Meanwhile, you happily take other risks that have far more grave consequences than using this power board.

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          @Orpheus:
          What sigh? Your house is more important than your life? I understand you are tight-arse but this is insanity.

        • +2 votes

          @eug: Calm down. If your house burns down with an Aus certified powerboard, its covered. If your house burns down with a non certified powerboard, its not covered. I never said accidents dont happen? Accidents happen all the time. You sound like a ranting teenager that just discovered philosophy 101.

        • -2 votes

          @baldur: What? Life is important. Are you implying if you care about insurance then that means you must also not care about life? Because thats not true at all. You can care about both things LOL

        • +1 vote

          @all

          I really don't see the issue here.

          There are risks with this product - however large or small.

          Some people choose not to buy this product because they don't accept the risks.

          Others choose to buy it because they do accept the risks.

          People that buy it can't force others to buy it.

          People that don't buy it can't force others to not buy it.

          Let's move on.

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          @Orpheus:

          Calm down.

          Hmm? If you consider this "not calm", you might want to readjust your sensitivity thresholds. :)

          If your house burns down with an Aus certified powerboard, its covered. If your house burns down with a non certified powerboard, its not covered.

          Sure. No one disputed that.

          You just have a reputation for making a mountain out of a molehill, and being unable to see the forest for the trees.

      • +1 vote

        Do you at least have one for when you travel overseas? Don't have to take a as many different adapters and chargers, etc.
        And no concerns about home insurance either obviously.

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      Nah, this is one is certified as a non Aus certified. :)

  • +2 votes

    Expired

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    The only downside with this power board is no surge protection. Easily solved with a $5 plug-in SP from Bunnings but has to be factored into the price

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      None of our standard power boards here have surge protection either. You have to pay extra for those.

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        Sure, but I would never plug electronics at home into an outlet that was not surge protected - I'm an electrical person - because I know how easily they can get damaged under surge conditions.

        • +1 vote

          So that's a downside with every (standard) power board, not just this power board. Your original statement made it sound like only this power board has no surge protection while all others do.

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        huh? Every powerboard I've seen has a (probably low energy token) trip reset button.
        Or is that something else?

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          That reset button is for overload protection (e.g. if you plug two kettles into one power board). Surge protection is to protect your equipment against voltage spikes by e.g. lightning.

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    This looks like it has those annoying scokets that doesn't except 2 prong plugs (must have earth to use).

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    Expired :(

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    says the code is expired

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    ohmygod that code

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    What's so special about these boards - apart from the xiaomi brand name?

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      Price, supports international plugs and 3 USB ports are kind of handy.

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        Great for travel, not having to pack (as many) USB chargers and travel adapters, and not running out power points depending on the hotel room. Just the one for the board then the rest works even appliances you buy while o/s.

    • +4 votes

      Not sure man. I had a look in Coles on the way home and they have a Crest branded 4 socket surge protected board for $10. Also one with 3 usb ports for $20. I think the surge protection and extra socket make them better value, esp considering it's a locally owned company with products made to Oz specifications.

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    I don't give a toss about C-ticks and other certification for personal imports.

    But these do look kind of dangerous.
    Powerboards are often in awkward places, and it would be very easy to put a plug in the wrong way, and have a live pin exposed.

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    Need more units

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    I just noticed my account was debited $21.88, i.e. full amount, even after applying the code and GB showing discounted amount in cart. I will have to follow this up with GB tomorrow, but whoever bought this under this deal, I'd suggest checking your Paypal/credit cards to ensure correct amount was debited.

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    I don't understand the massive appeal of these other than having a Xiaomi sticker on them.

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      It's the ability to plug in everyone's chinese/US-purchased equipment without a travel converter, the usb charging ports, and most importantly the price.

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    I have this and it works with my Asus Chromebook Charger, which is U.S.

    It's small but really really handy, I can take it with me during my travels. The usb charging is great as well, good product, I recommend.

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