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10% off Any 2 Xiaomi Power Board 3 Outlets+3 USB (Black) $37.79 and 6 Outlets+3 USB $64.79 Shipped @ Mostly Melbourne

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We have 10%OFF automatically at checkout when you purchase any two of Xiaomi 3 Outlet+ 3 USB (Black) and 6 Outlet + 3 USB. It is a rare chance to grab a power board that satisfies your demand under different circumstances as we rarely have sales on those items.

Also, take this opportunity to stock up on additional Baseus All Data 3in1 Cable at 7.5$ per unit.

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  • +1 vote

    Is there any information about these as the page has zero words on it

  • +2 votes

    price in title, also is there a shipping cost or are you offering free shipping?

  • +3 votes

    cheaper on aliexpress

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    What power output are the USBs? It doesn't mention on the website

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      With 3 USB smart ports and other conventional components, satisfying your demand under different circumstances.
      Xiao Mi Power Strip ,sleek white design, as slim as pencil case
      3 power sockets and 3 USB ports with 2.1 A quick charging function
      Phosphor bronze terminal , copper bar connectivity system keeping your safety
      

      Brand: Xiao Mi
      Rated Input: 10A, 250V~
      Rated Power: 2500W
      USB Output: Single USB: 5V~2.1A; Three USB: 5V~3.1A
      Protection: Overload Protection, Overcurrent Protection
      Operating Environment: -10°C~40°C
      Dimension: 225x41x26mm
      Weight: 300g (including cable)
      Extension Cable Length: 1.8m

      It's on their Amazon website.

      but missing a 10% off coupon code?

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        The 10% deal is exclusive to their website and not on their listing on Amazon

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          I was asking the OP to add in a coupon code on checkout if they wanted to sell more units.

  • +2 votes

    10% off isn’t good enough.

    • +2 votes

      Checking the comments below it's now not even worth 1/2 price.

  • +3 votes

    Hmm looks like Chinese market product - can OP confirm this is approved for use in Australia?

    • +1 vote

      They do appear to have safety-shutters on the sockets.
      So while they should not really be sold in Australia, except as travel adapters, they are probably safe enough.
      Not like random junk from Aliexpress.

    • +7 votes

      They aren't approved (based on the pictures) and pose a safety risk: https://www.commerce.wa.gov.au/publications/pins-plug-tops-i....

      • -1 vote

        Pfft.

        Uninsulated pins are only a risk if you yank the thing out of the wall while the switch is on, and bridge the prongs, insomuch as you’ll get either a minor tingle or trip the RCD.

        Very nanny state.

        • +3 votes

          Uninsulated pins are only a risk if you yank the thing out of the wall while the switch is on, and bridge the prongs

          Actually I understand that the insulated pins standard was introduced because of small children being able to touch both pins if they pulled the plug from a socket.

          • -3 votes

            @A3Australia: It's almost impossible for kids with that small fingers can't pull the plugs out and touch both pins.

            it's like banning kites because kids could get electrocuted. In theory it's possible, but practically it's not likely.

            • +1 vote

              @M00Cow: Evidently it has occurred.

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                @A3Australia: links to all the caes?

                • +2 votes

                  @M00Cow: A quick search found this.

                  "Australian Standards AS/NZS3112:2000 and AS/NZS3112:2004 for Australian Mains Plugs define the requirements for insulating the Active and Neutral pins of the plug. These requirements were introduced in response to a number of incidents (including fatalities) involving both mains-plugs and plug-in-devices where a metal object (such as a knife blade, a metal blind slat or a sheet of metal) came into contact with a plug pin that was partially removed from a socket and resulted in an electrical shock.
                  Since 3 April 2005 insulated live pins have been mandatory for all plugs (and appliances with integral pins). Approval Certificates for items having non-insulated pins were cancelled on that date. In the interests of enhanced electrical safety and to ensure rapid dispersion into the marketplace, each Australian State and Territory and New Zealand Electrical Regulator required that all electrical equipment was supplied with insulated pin plugs, at all points of sale, by 3 April 2005".

                  • -5 votes

                    @A3Australia: and a link to the actual deaths?
                    I mean seriously "where a metal object (such as a knife blade, a metal blind slat or a sheet of metal) came into contact with a plug pin that was partially removed from a socket and resulted in an electrical shock." That's not kids, that's adults going beyond stupidity. Telling people they shouldn't buy a powerboard because it doesn't have protection against you using a knife against the terminal pins whilst plugged and turned on is like demanding speed limiting motor vehicle to 40km/h so they don't have fatal crashes. Sure it'll reduce accidents, but there's always gooses who will find another way to be injure themselves.

                    I'm not saying it's a bad thing to have the upper pin insulation, but the lack of it isn't going to make much difference to the stupidity of some people. Or mandating every PowerPoint which doesn't have a plug inserted must have the safety null plug.

                    But note, these actually have safety shutters on the outlets. Something suggested by the head of the Master Electricians in this clickbait scare story
                    https://www.kidspot.com.au/lifestyle/family-health/mum-warns...

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          the thickness of the prong / blade is thinner on a chinese plug than an australian, so the standard isn’t just about insulation …

      • +4 votes

        I don't think this is such a major issue - however the one Xiaomi power board I bought died within 2 years. I have never had a power board die ever before, and it wasn't even taking heavy loads.

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          I agree I have 2 of these and some plugs were hard to push in at first, they do loosen up after a while. a 1200Watt heater trips its breaker so not the full 10 Amps. I would buy them again.

      • +1 vote

        Agreed. These are using non approved plug and non-approved flex. No only that, the whole powerboard itself must be approved. There are 3 non compliances with this product.

        • -1 vote

          look at the approved crap they sell in Bunnings, art, etc.. Approval seems.to.be a self assessment project.these days. HPM and even Arlec seem often to have issues with arcing because of loose pins. Seriously approved flex is the least of your worries, its the connection points is where the issues (and fires) happen.

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            @M00Cow: At least they are approved through a compliance system. Some high-risk products, like powerboards are self assessed and/or self certified, which requires third-party/accredited test lab report showing compliance with Australian Standards. The report is then submitted to accredited certifiers or electrical safety regulators to obtained an Approval certificate. Sure product do fails, but having/using an approved product reduces the chance of having fires spreading.

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              @binnyboy: Sorry - rephase above "Some high-risk products, like powerboards are NOT self assessed and/or self certified".

  • +2 votes

    This comment is a bit of a concern re safety and lack of response from this seller

    • +3 votes

      I had a similar issue but I didn't contact them. None of the USB ports are working.

  • +4 votes

    i got 2 of these brought 2 years ago. doubt approved. cable comes out the top side of the plug as made for china market. i think i paid $14 each from banggood.
    only buy it if have euro or us power supply connector

    • -5 votes

      yeah war on china tax plus china import tax equals pay triple - with falling real wages enjoy being screwed over by our loony government.

      never mind american aircraft carrier americalia has had a huge hundred billion dollar plus refit.

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        what are you trying to imply?

        • -1 vote

          now costs 3 times as much as they used to as a result of coalition policies as it did while real wages are still falling.

          Australia is an american stooge banana state country , funnelling australian taxes to american companies.

          any more questions?

          • +2 votes

            @petry: Tell us more about this China import tax.

            If you mean GST, that is 10% of course - hardly tripling the cost of anything.

              • +1 vote

                @petry:

                since you are ignorant of ….. border taxes

                Yeah, a 30+ year career in import/export, in Australia and overseas, including consulting to major multinational importers while working in China, would put me at that disadvantage I guess.

                Now please, tell us what you know about:

                plus china import tax

                And then you go on to pretend you know about my politics. 🤣

  • +2 votes

    So 10% off the two 3port ones takes it just under the free shipping threshold ($39), which then adds $8 back on, negating the discount and then some! These would be cheaper delivered WITHOUT the discount! 😂

    • -5 votes

      In this case, we will give a free Baseus All Data 3in1 Cable.

      • +2 votes

        That's still not a bargain! Pretty dodge to do that.

  • +1 vote

    these have Australia certifications?

    • +4 votes

      No, from their Amazon listing:

      The product is designed and manufactured to the following quality standards: GB/T 2099.1-2008, GB/T 2099.7-2015, GB/T 1002-2008, GB 4943.1-2011, GB/T 9254-2008, GB 17625.1-2012. The product should only be used in countries and territories with intended sockets and compatible Type A, C, I power devices.

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      no but is from XiaoMi,
      i have no doubt that they could make a safe power board.

      • +1 vote

        Yeah yeah yeah.

        I have no doubt Epstein killed himself.

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    Why not buy directly from China?

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    Expensive for a power board. Some people would rather the $2.50 ones with certification that get the job done.

    • +1 vote

      power boards with usb that are 2.50? links please to the ones with usb ports. thanks

      • -3 votes

        no

        • -1 vote

          so your first comment was not factually based then?

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            @petry: I never said the power board for $2.5 had usb ports.

            https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/620741

            I'd rather save some cash you use a normal USB Plug.

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      not just the usb ports, u also got a power switch, i don't think u could get one like this with $2.50

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    I don't see any deal in this.

    Baseus Data Faction 3in1 USB Cable $7.50…

    Why not buy straight from manufacturer's AliExpress store for a few bucks shipped.

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      why don't you post your 2.50 powerboard links without any usb - let alone 3 out of 1 socket - then since you love to waste peoples time….. then add in your extra usb cost on top…

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        then add in your extra usb cost on top

        Weren't they $3 bucks for a dual port?

        Why don't you? Might be time you'd actually post your first deal instead of getting stuck into politics…

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          changing tact to avoid posting your current 2.50 powerboards eh…

          whats political about ' why don't you post your 2.50 powerboard links without any usb - let alone 3 out of 1 socket - then since you love to waste peoples time….. then add in your extra usb cost on top…'

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            @petry: Please review Ozbargain duplicate rules…

            https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/620741

            Thank you.

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              @hex7272: changing tact to avoid posting your current 2.50 powerboards eh…

              whats political about ' why don't you post your 2.50 powerboard links without any usb - let alone 3 out of 1 socket - then since you love to waste peoples time….. then add in your extra usb cost on top…'

              post em mate and stop the personal abuse because you can't

    • +1 vote

      dude i really don't get ther point u trying to make!
      yes u can get a basic powerboard for $2.5 and then what ?
      OP is not listing a basic powerboard here, it have 3 2-3A usb port and an on/off switch!
      yes u can stick to the old fashioned way and use USB Power Plugs, but the problem is a powerboard with an on/off switch cost you around $10 and then each 2A usb power plug cost you $4, so is about the same.
      more importantly, do you have a smart phone ? why don't you use a regular cell phone + pda ?

      i just checked aliexpress also selling this powerboard for $20.80, but there are 2 problems;
      1. shipping from China Estimated Delivery on Jun 25.
      2. Do not accept paypal, if anything goes wrong the refund process would be painful.

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        No AU Certification…

        Also they do accept PayPal.

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          No AU Certification…

          they ar CCC certified, if u don't trust it then you shouldn't use anything or any electronics that made in China,
          you could start throw stuff now.

          Also they do accept PayPal.

          u know i actually belive u and try to order one from aliexpress and u let me down!
          https://ibb.co/PC68Gf8
          no paypal !

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            @samelight:

            if u don't trust it then you shouldn't use anything electronics that made in China.

            Nah, I'm good. All the electronics I use are made in China and they're all fab.

            no paypal !

            Go to the bloody next step. PayPal shows up for orders > $1 USD.

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                @samelight: I buy electronics from China a fair bit too - just not the electrical stuff or where the prices are simply too good to be true (like ultra cheap usb chargers).

                And I can confirm Paypal does work (although it occasionally doesn't for reasons unknown)

                • -1 vote

                  @gadget:

                  just not the mains connected electrical stuff and where the prices are simply to good to be true.

                  when u talking about made in China, what is not too good to be true? tell me about it.

                  I can confirm Paypal does work (although it occasionally doesn't for reasons unknown)

                  used to but not anymore, u could confirm otherwise by take a screen shot and show it to me as what i just did mins ago.

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                    @samelight: A multi port charger from a reputable Chinese manufacturer on Amazon costs $30-40. Plenty listed around for a fraction of this. Are you saying there's no difference?

                    I haven't bought anything from Aliexpress for a few months and it worked for me then. If it doesn't work for you just use your credit card as everyone had to before 2020.

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                      @gadget: No No. Let @samelight pay more and purchase it here.

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                        @hex7272:

                        No No. Let @samelight pay more and purchase it here.

                        never about paying more or less ! its the way u keep BSing.

                    • -1 vote

                      @gadget:

                      A multi port charger from a reputable Chinese manufacturer on Amazon costs $30-40. Plenty listed around for a fraction of this. Are you saying there's no difference?

                      what made u say Xiaomi is not a reputable manufacturer ?? larger quantity could reduce the production cost, and Xiaomi is the largest in China, so which "reputable Chinese manufacturer" are you talking about, name it plz.
                      i did some research on amazon i don't c anything matching what said,
                      chinese branded 3-4 socketes with usb ports $20-30 thats their price range, too good to be true? wth u talking about ?

                      I haven't bought anything from Aliexpress for a few months and it worked for me then.

                      im saying NOW, u could prove me wrong by take a screen shot of the paypal payment page.
                      if u couldn't then stop bitc hing.

                      If it doesn't work for you just use your credit card as everyone had to before 2020.

                      i never said anything about credit card, so don't mislead.

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                        @samelight: What are you saying? Can't compute.

                        what made u say Xiaomi is not a reputable manufacturer ??

                        We never did :).

                        Chill out, it's an internet circus now.

                        We did not object to anything made in China. You sure are taking a good swipe at us over nothing.

              • +1 vote

                @samelight:

                then why u still bitc hing about the AU Certification?

                https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/626817#comment-10526428

                so u could either take a screen shot of the "paypal" page u talking about or go f**k urself !

                Sure once you show your manners.

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                  @hex7272:

                  https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/626817#comment-10526428

                  as i said ! if u don't trust it then you shouldn't use anything electronics that made in China.
                  why u keep circling ?

                  Sure once you show your manners.

                  u didn't show ur manner first and i show u my screen shot twice already !
                  i already gave u more respects then u deserve, u keep BS like this and u want manner ?
                  na, u have to earn it !

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                    @samelight:

                    as i said ! if u don't trust it then you shouldn't use anything electronics that made in China.
                    why u keep circling ?

                    Cuz I get them free from China :P. Also don't tell me what to do hypocrite. When did I say I didn't trust it? What does that have got to do with China? You're spitting out cap. Maybe you should stay off this site with you buddy "petry" since you consider it useless.

                    u didn't show ur manner first and i show u my screen shot twice already !
                    i already gave u more respects then u deserve, u keep BS like this and u want manner ?
                    na, u have to earn it !

                    wot. English Please or go f**k yourself.

                    i already gave u more respects then u deserve, u keep BS like this and u want manner ?
                    na, u have to earn it !

                    Very nice. XD

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    And I thought this was an English language website.

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      That's what I thought too.