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Double socket with USB. £12.97 Delivered @ savastore
Double socket with USB. £12.97 Delivered @ savastore

Double socket with USB. £12.97 Delivered @ savastore

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Is there no charge for delivery?

Same price at Misco £9.98 ...but £12.37 when you add delivery...
misco.co.uk/pro…944

Comes to £12.97 with vat & delivery cost

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Thanks all for updating post.

Is the micro USB charging socket the one to the right of the two full size USB connectors in the middle. oO

tightar5e

Is the micro USB charging socket the one to the right of the two full … Is the micro USB charging socket the one to the right of the two full size USB connectors in the middle. oO



Micro USB just means the bit that that goes into the device, so for example most android phones will be charged with a micro USB. The other end of that is now typically a USB head which then can either be inserted into a plug with a USB port, another device that can charge through USB, or in this case you plug it into one of the two USB ports on the plug

Didn't know this sort of thing existed... (Usb) So heat from me!

sorry, cold as £11.50 delivered from a seller on amazon amazon.co.uk/gp/…DN4

londonlad19

Micro USB just means the bit that that goes into the device, so for … Micro USB just means the bit that that goes into the device, so for example most android phones will be charged with a micro USB. The other end of that is now typically a USB head which then can either be inserted into a plug with a USB port, another device that can charge through USB, or in this case you plug it into one of the two USB ports on the plug


I think my micro usb joke passed over you...thanks for been helpful though. (i.e someone trying to insert the micro usb end into the live 240v live AC terminal)

Personally - if you have kids, I don't think these sockets are a good idea, 240v AC terminals/sockets in close proximity to 5v DC ones, i.e. some leaving an attached USB cable to micro USB trailing end, and the child taking the micro usb end and attempting to insert it in the live terminal.

The 240v AC sockets are generally shielded, until the earth pin is inserted from a 3 pin plug, but this design doesn't sit well with me.
Edited by: "tightar5e" 19th Dec 2014
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