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Power Pro White Double USB socket, 2 x 2.4A USB
Raised profile socket with plastic white finish and white insert.
- Suitable for Internal use
Features and benefits
For your safety, electrical products must be installed in accordance with local building regulations. If in any doubt, or where required by the law, consult a competent person who is registered with an electrical self-certification scheme.
- Rated at 2.4 amp, the SMJ socket will charge an average of 3 or 4 times quicker than the standard market offering of 2.1 A
- For those lower power devices, the intelligent USB optimises the output accordingly to protect your USB device
|Power voltage supply||250V|
|USB maximum current||2.4A|
|Number of USB outlets||2|
failed after a couple of months
jonesghuk - 2 months ago
installed, worked fine, went to test a couple of months later, before the plasterer, was due to start, and had failed, no longer had the receipt, so B&Q would not refund, or replace even though the law states that no receipt is needed for a faulty product, pretty annoyed with service although not as annoyed as I would have been, had I already bought my solid wood flooring and 3 bar radiators from B&Q
Poor build quality
SpFash - 4 months ago
Poor quality material used to make these sockets, very brittle. Awkward to wire as ports where wires go into are flimsy and not in line across the top rear of the socket like most other ones as you can see in pictures. Save time and spend 1 or 2 pounds more buying better quality and installation friendly sockets.
Neat solution for charging telephone
frenchjaguar - 6 months ago
It was quick to replace my existing double socket, this socket removes the need for the use of USB power transformer and leaves mains plug available for other uses
Bingleyman - 10 months ago
USB 'popped' on first use....don't bother. B and Q need to withdraw these
Ok but be careful what size plugs are plugged in
mbjones - 10 months ago
This is ok. I have a wifi plug which isn’t huge but wider than a standard plug. It blocks the USB plug and it’s too close so can’t plug that and a stand plug in together.
I’d recommend checking what’s going to be plugged in first and measure it up before buying.
The inside is also quite chunky so your need to have a clear space to attached. My old socket was fine, this needed to have some excess plaster cleared in order for it to fit properly.
Plugs also seem quite stiff to insert. Better than the other way but it does seem like your forcing plugs in on times.