Whizzy Double 2.1AMp 3pin USB Wall Charger
List Price R 199
Discovery Miles 1 000
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Whizzy Double USB 3pin 2.1Amp South African Wall Charger
- Designed especially for South African Electrical Wall Outlets
- Plugs Directly into Wall outlet
- No Additional Adapter Needed
- Input: AC100-240 (50/60HZ)
- Output: DC Max. 5.0V/2100mA
- Can Charge Most branded Mobile Phones/Smartphones/And Other Chargeable USB Devices Using Your Devices USB Cable (cable not included)
Steve, South Africa. 15 June 2016
Perfect for South African plugs as there is no need for an adaptor. Also, the fact that there are two USB plugs means one less adaptor to charge my two devices at the same time. Works perfectly with the iPhone and Apple Watch.
Hannes, South Africa. 5 July 2016
Works great and does not use a fiddly 2 pin plug.
Anton, South Africa. 15 December 2015
Cheap and emits high frequency noise. It works but I'm not sure if it will be good for a device in the long run.
James, South Africa. 6 September 2015
Works well, however it does (ironically) make a high pitched whizzing noise. It might annoy you if you have the charger in your bedroom and noises like that annoy you (e.g. when trying to sleep).
Rudi, South Africa. 17 February 2016
This little plug is a must when traveling. It saves the weight of two chargers and an adapter plug for the two prong chargers. It's also better for your devices as there is no change of intermittent connection that you always have with a two prong plug.
Thor, South Africa. 6 December 2015
Have several USB chargers, that are rated up to 2 AMPs.
This one has a couple of defects (well mine specifically- and most possibly yours).
First thing I noticed is that the USB ports are about 10 degrees off from being square with the housing, also a bit of a struggle to get USB plug into it, due to this. Second issue, although it was not immediately obvious, was that it pulse charges. So if you are charging something which has an LED light to indicate it's charging (e.g. rechargeable remote) you will notice a quick flicker. This second issue makes me hesitant to use this device. None of my other chargers "pulse" charge like this device. Therefore I can only conclude its an inferior charger.
If I knew it charged devices like this, I would not have purchased it.
It may be under R200, but if it destroys your batteries, its going to cost you much more.
Might not be the best idea to buy this charger.
Hugo, South Africa. 21 December 2015
Lets start with. . . it damaged my tablet's battery in such a way that it takes more than 30 hours to fully charge it "I THINK"! it could be more. Also heats up to much and when I connect the tablet, the tablet becomes fuzzy on the outside when moving my hand over it. That's NOT normal and could be due to electron overload or bad earthing. The damage is done. I recommend you stay with your original inbox issue. Sorry!
Caleb, South Africa. 2 March 2016
Got one of these for use with a wireless charger, and as one of the other reviewers have said above it uses pulse charging so it interfered with my wireless charger - turning on and off. I wish someone would make one of these 3pin plugs that wasn't junky and used normal charging ...gah
hugo, South Africa. 2 February 2016
Not a fast charger but they advertise 2.1amp charge rate
Sumaiya, South Africa. 17 January 2016
I am satisfied with this product. Convenient for travelling as it is compatible with most devices.
Gudrun, South Africa. 8 December 2015
works well! better than the stock charger
Ryno, South Africa. 25 October 2016
bought the unit. it worked for a month then just died.