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January 15, 2018
December 17, 2017
This strip is exactly what my laptop desk needs. 4 outlets - laptop, external monitor, hard drive, and one spare. And 4 usb ports - charge a phone, a tablet, a quadcopter (have to have fun too, right?), and one spare. The four outlets work fine. Loaded them heavier than normal, with a fan, a lamp stand, the laptop and monitor - no issues at all. The outlets are layer out like a pair of wall outlets, but inverted, with the ground prongs in the middle for all 4. The space in between is decent - most wall warts will be able to find an orientation that doesn’t block any adjacent outlets. My wifi range extender unavoidable covers two, but it is big and a special case. Tested the USB ports, first singly with my Galaxy S4. Battery Monitor Widget reported sustained peak charging rates of ~2A, with the battery from 19-50%. Then loaded it down - the S4, a battery pack, and a couple of other devices. For the first three, no problems at all - 2A to the S4, 1.4 to the battery pack (via a USB power meter), and another pack charging normally. Adding a fourth device caused things to get weird. Plugging it in stopped everything from charging, and then it started again, and then stopped again, then started again. The second start lasted a minute or so and seemed to be stabilizing, when it all stopped / started again. Gave up on the 4th device at that point. The lesson? Don’t exceed the 4A it is supposed to be rated at across the 4 ports. A little disappointed by that - not the 4A limit, but the fact that it didn’t cleanly distribute the power instead of stopping. The power cord is nice and long, 69” or a few inches under 6 feet. The on / off switch works well, I haven’t tested it for over current protection. The strip is matte black, 6”x3 1/4” x 1 1/8”. It fits in and looks good on a computer desk. Overall, I like it. My biggest complaint is the weird start / stop behavior when the USB ports are overloaded, where it should just evenly distribute the available power. That is an unusual case, but it should be handled better. Otherwise, a very nice strip. The product was provided to me at a discount in exchange for a review. The review is my own.
December 15, 2017
December 14, 2017
I was dubious about the product at first, however since using it I have found them to be a great and extremely useful addition to the household. The cord is thick and strong with an earthed plug. It retains the packed "kinks" for a few weeks but will straighten out eventually. The sockets on top can be a little stiff at times and I have found that I needed to jiggle the plug to get some things to click, where as other sockets just slide in with ease. The USB charging ports work well and have charged a range of my devices including kindles, ipad, iphone, androids (tablets and phones), leappads, and a few other kids toys. The power from the sockets doesn't interrupt the USB and visa versa. There is also a LED behind the USB sockets which gives a soft white illumination when the unit is on. If you plan to use it in a bedroom, then you may need to take this into account. To the left of the cord is an on/off switch, which I use regularly. It allows control of the device when you aren't using it. This will also turn off the LED. Only negative I have discovered is that if you place it on a tabletop, cords plugged into the sockets can accidentally pull the unit over and leave it sitting on it's side. It doesn't change how the product functions at all, it won't even land on the power switch. A small negative for a great product.
December 12, 2017
Reviewing item/Product: KKMOON® 2500W 110-240V 4 US Standard Outlets 4 USB Ports Power Strip Socket Charger for Samsung iPhone Tablet by KKmoon Pros: • Brilliant design. Multiple outlets Plus Multiple USB charging port on the side. USB charging is also fast. It also has automatic distribution of current, so it doesn’t matter which USB port that I use to charge phones, etc. • Long cord is also nice. I had similar product before and cord were just about 1 foot and it was hard to managed the all cords from the devices. But, this “Extension cord by KKMOON” cord is almost 6 feet, so it allow me to use the wall socket far from my desk. Love it! Cons: • This Extension cord doesn’t have allowance to hang on the wall with screws like other extension cords. If I need to put it elsewhere other than just lay on the floor, I had to use double stick tape (which it did not provide the tape). I tried my best to describe my experience accurately and honestly as possible, so that you can also make decisions based on reviews that I wrote. In this particular item, I had an opportunity to purchase this item at a discount in exchange for my honest and unbiased review. Some of you may think this review is biased and over rated just simply I purchased the item at lower price than advertised. However, regardless of what I've paid for the item, all my reviews and star rating on the items are truthful and unbiased.
December 12, 2017
By Stefanie B.
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