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Link: http://www.ebay.com/itm/122121730301
Specifications 
* Input: 100-240V, 50/60Hz 
* Output: 5V/2.4A Max per port 
* LED indicator: Power / Access 
* On/Off Button: Turns power to the unit On or Off 
* Regulatory Approvals: UL/cUL,CE, FCC, RoHS
 

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Don't mean to TC, but isn't this overkill for lots of people?

eBay has 4-port organizers/chargers for $15 or so. 4 is all our family needs.

It's not how many devices you own, but how many need charged at the same time.

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GMY said:   Don't mean to TC, but isn't this overkill for lots of people?

eBay has 4-port organizers/chargers for $15 or so. 4 is all our family needs.

It's not how many devices you own, but how many need charged at the same time.

  
TC away, there is no mention of the limitations of this device, as it can't charge at full rate 2.4amps with 10 devices, really no charger could, unless the charger itself had a battery for extra power. IF you had 10 devices (that's why you are buying it, right?), that would be 24amps. Tripping both 15 & 20 amp breakers, and that's if nothing else is on the circuit. Your total load on a circuit should be at least 10% less that the total rated capactity, so either 13.5amps or 18. So you could safely charge 5 or 7 devices at a full rate, again nothing else on the circuit. 

Now if this charger is smart enough to know when a device is full and move on to the next, that would be a different story, but it doesn't.

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MeIsCheap said:   
GMY said:   Don't mean to TC, but isn't this overkill for lots of people?

eBay has 4-port organizers/chargers for $15 or so. 4 is all our family needs.

It's not how many devices you own, but how many need charged at the same time.

  
TC away, there is no mention of the limitations of this device, as it can't charge at full rate 2.4amps with 10 devices, really no charger could, unless the charger itself had a battery for extra power. IF you had 10 devices (that's why you are buying it, right?), that would be 24amps. Tripping both 15 & 20 amp breakers, and that's if nothing else is on the circuit. Your total load on a circuit should be at least 10% less that the total rated capactity, so either 13.5amps or 18. So you could safely charge 5 or 7 devices at a full rate, again nothing else on the circuit. 

Now if this charger is smart enough to know when a device is full and move on to the next, that would be a different story, but it doesn't.

  It is entirely possible that this can charge all 10 devices at 2.4 at once without blowing fuses. It's 24 amps at 5 volts which is only 120 watts or 1 amp at your standard 120v. Easily handled by any circuit in your house.

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It is safe specially if you will put in multiple device?

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60W Max aka 5 Ipads.

No Quickcharge (Which is a real term).

I would stay away from these fake knock offs that they 'Fastest'

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FMB1 said:   $10 cheaper @Amaz0n

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B01AW9Z9ZE/ref=mp_s_a_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1497191338&sr=8-2&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=UNITEK%2B60W%2B10%2BPort%2BUSB&th=1&psc=1

OP probably didn't post that because this product has Fakespot Grade F and posting an eBay deal gets you around Fakespot.
Paid reviews and nothing is stopping them paying for other favors 


 

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