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Gerintech Double Powerpoint with 2 USB Ports $13.99 (Was $19.99) + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Gerintech Amazon AU

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Good afternoon dear members.

Please have a look at our recent deal for Powerpoint.

Gerintech Double Powerpoint with USB Ports
Compliance Standards: AS/NZS 3112:2017, AS/NZS 3100:2017 Inc A1, AS/NZS 60950.1:2015.
Standard 3-pin earthed power outlets are rated at 10Amps and individually switched.
Power Points are made from 100% virgin polycarbonate, using the highest quality pigments.
Large Terminals with 6mm of ample room for cabling.
Stylish and classic design that will complement your room interior.
Solid switch mechanism avoid risk of midpoint.
Suitable for Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands.

Specifications:
Rated Voltage: 250V/10A
Working Temperature : -15℃ to 40℃
USB Output : DC 5V/2.1A total
Socket Size : 118mm(W)72mm(H)35mm(D)
Mounting Centre : 84mm
Colour : White

Features & details
SAA Certified︱*Certified Number: SAA-90519-EA. Compliance Standards: AS/NZS 3112:2017, AS/NZS 3100:2017 Inc A1, AS/NZS 60950.1:2015.
2 USB Ports︱* Charge your mobile devices without bulky power adaptors. These ports are covered to prevent dust accumulation.
Double Powerpoint︱*This Australian switched dual 3 pin Socket has individual On/Off switches to turn off devices when not in use. It provides a nominal voltage of 250 volts at a maximum of 10 amps.
USB Applications︱*USB socket is suitable for charging most IOS, Android, Windows Phone or tablets.
Product Size︱*118mm(W)72mm(H)35mm(D). Mounting Centre : 84mm.

Thanks everyone. Have a great day.

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Comments

  • +6

    FYI: USB Ports are 2.1A TOTAL output it seems, so if charging 2x devices they will only charge at around 1A each, unfortunately :-(

    • +5

      The rep clearly doesn't want to highlight this just like the other 18 posts

    • +1

      Purchased 2 pack from costco for $29.99, comes with 3.6amp usb, so I guess a bit better value

  • If anyone is looking at getting a few of them this link for a 6 pack works out a little better:
    https://www.amazon.com.au/White-Australian-Power-Supply-Sock...

    $74.95 for 6, approx $12.49 each

    • so you get 6 of useless 2.1A usb chargers total ? no thanks

      • Do you have another option around that price i need 11 in total

  • Good for powering nest minis

  • +1

    Hi Rep, nice looking product. Has the problem with screw size been fixed yet?

  • How much for the electrician to install these? $100? $200?

    • +2

      Such small jobs gets charged in lumpsum, I doubt any sparky would get out of bed for $100, try ringing a local one and be flexible in your timing and might get a good price

    • Keep going mate.
      Covid pricing even higher round my way.

  • +1

    I kinda wish there was a standard sized wall cavity with a power hole at that back you can slot an adapter into yourself, flush against the wall. Why pay an electrician hundreds to install low voltage USB ports in your wall when most new devices want a high voltage USB C port. And then later you'll want a USB D port and USB E port anyway.

    • +1

      Your existing power points are mounted into standard sized wall cavities, with a power cable at the back that is screwed into the power point, flush against the wall.
      When you need to move to USB C then USB D then USB E ports, you'll find standard fitting power points available exactly like the one in this deal 👍

      The reason you need to "pay an electrician hundreds" is because there are laws that make it so. It has nothing to do with a lack of standard wall fittings - electrical wall plates are already standardised so a swapout is literally 2 screws to remove and 3 wires to connect.

      • Do you need to turn off the power before screwing in the power cable? I'm imagining something more like a powerboard that can be hot swapped. And a cavity big enough to hold whatever is normally in power bricks.

        • That's what power sockets are for - for Aussie plugs, for USB plugs etc. So you don't need an electrician to plug in your TV.

          At the level of the device being in the wall, the society already agreed to have standardised wall holes and specialists to handle them. There would always be a way to complain that something isn't user-serviceable at some level.

          Also yes, you do need to switch off the electricity before tampering with your power sockets.

          • +1

            @pizzaguy: We all agreed on the wall hole idea like 100 years ago, everyone who made that original fixed wall hole idea would be dead by now.

          • +1

            @pizzaguy: These powerpoints aren't really standard ones. The screws supplied have different gauge and the back part of the powerpoint is a bit too big to fit into the standard wall hole. Might not be installation for complete newbies.

        • Short answer - Yes, turn off the power at the switchboard first.
          Longer answer - If you need to ask this question, you really should arrange for an electrician to install this (which legally you should do anyway), otherwise there may not be many more posts from AustriaBargain….

        • Do you need to turn off the power before screwing in the power cable?

          The electrician needs to do this, yes. But he already knows that, so he'll do it automatically 👍

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