Neo Coolcam Z-wave plug, power monitor a Tomtop for £14.42
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Neo Coolcam Z-wave plug, power monitor a Tomtop for £14.42

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Edited by:"SuperMar"Found 26th Nov
Neo Coolcam Z-wave EU plug, power monitor only £14.42

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A bargain for everyone who has EU plugs and sockets fitted in their homes
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A bargain for everyone who has EU plugs and sockets fitted in their homes

And these are a regular promotion price on Gearbest too, £14-16. The brand doesn't make a UK plug.

And TomTop:///Two months waiting

Cold.... GO BREXIT!!!!!


(Waits for the flames)

Predikuesi2 h, 42 m ago

A bargain for everyone who has EU plugs and sockets fitted in their homes


was thinking the same to make use of it you'd need two adapters and it would stick out a mile from the wall!

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deeeemon66641 m ago

was thinking the same to make use of it you'd need two adapters and it …was thinking the same to make use of it you'd need two adapters and it would stick out a mile from the wall!


You can easily plug in to the UK socket

SuperMar36 m ago

You can easily plug in to the UK socket


How?
1. You’d need an adapter to plug it into a UK socket.
2. You’d need another adapter for the plug of the device you want to plug into it.

This is what the set up would look like
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Does that look easy to you?
Edited by: "Predikuesi" 26th Nov

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Predikuesi1 h, 19 m ago

How?1. You’d need an adapter to plug it into a UK socket.2. You’d need ano …How?1. You’d need an adapter to plug it into a UK socket.2. You’d need another adapter for the plug of the device you want to plug into it.This is what the set up would look like[Image] Does that look easy to you?


I've got few EU plugs at home and I'm not waisting money for adapters! 32569997-XDtW6.jpg

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Predikuesi1 h, 26 m ago

How?1. You’d need an adapter to plug it into a UK socket.2. You’d need ano …How?1. You’d need an adapter to plug it into a UK socket.2. You’d need another adapter for the plug of the device you want to plug into it.This is what the set up would look like[Image] Does that look easy to you?


You can get some electronic devices cheaper than paying more just for the plug32570041-Ffn03.jpg

SuperMar7 m ago

I've got few EU plugs at home and I'm not waisting money for adapters! …I've got few EU plugs at home and I'm not waisting money for adapters! [Image]


Did you stick a screwdriver in the Earth hole to force the two pin plug in?

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Predikuesi5 m ago

Did you stick a screwdriver in the Earth hole to force the two pin plug …Did you stick a screwdriver in the Earth hole to force the two pin plug in?


Switch the socket off, turn the UK plug up side down stick the earth pin in and then you can plug any EU plug 🔌 in.

SuperMar8 m ago

Switch the socket off, turn the UK plug up side down stick the earth pin …Switch the socket off, turn the UK plug up side down stick the earth pin in and then you can plug any EU plug 🔌 in.


It’s dangerous to do that and not recommended. You realise that the two pin plug doesn’t have a fuse I hope? On the continent the sockets have the fuse, while here in the UK it’s the plug that has the fuse. Using a device that has no fuse is not a good idea. That’s why someone invented adapters. But it’s up to you if you want to burn your house down, I just hope you live in a detached house.
Edited by: "Predikuesi" 26th Nov

Predikuesi22 m ago

Did you stick a screwdriver in the Earth hole to force the two pin plug …Did you stick a screwdriver in the Earth hole to force the two pin plug in?



See post above.

Having said that, it is true of European plugs, but some Asian countries do have fuses in plugs with the same pin spacing, so sticking a screwdriver in the earth pin is safe - I've done it myself with some Chinese gear.

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Predikuesi12 m ago

It’s dangerous to do that and not recommended. You realise that the two p …It’s dangerous to do that and not recommended. You realise that the two pin plug doesn’t have a fuse I hope? On the continent the sockets have the fuse, while here in the UK it’s the plug that has the fuse. Using a device that has no fuse is not a good idea. That’s why someone invented adapters. But it’s up to you if you want to burn your house down, I just hope you live in a detached house.


You are a funny guy and you don't know what you talking about. All of the EU receivers have the fuse in the device. Uk devices have the fuse in the plug. THERE'S NO FUSE IN THE ADAPTERS!! so it doesn't change anything. Talk to the electrician. I'm one of them and also from continent.
Edited by: "SuperMar" 26th Nov

Gentle_Giant3 m ago

See post above.Having said that, it is true of European plugs, but some …See post above.Having said that, it is true of European plugs, but some Asian countries do have fuses in plugs with the same pin spacing, so sticking a screwdriver in the earth pin is safe - I've done it myself with some Chinese gear.


Yes, you are correct, but in this case it is an EU plug that is on offer, so shouldn’t be done.

SuperMar5 m ago

You are a funny guy and you don't know what you talking about. All of the …You are a funny guy and you don't know what you talking about. All of the EU receivers have the fuse in the device. Uk devices have the fuse in the plug. THERE'S NO FUSE IN THE ADAPTERS!! so it doesn't change anything. Talk to the electrician. I'm one of them and also from continent.


Well, all my adapters have a fuse, and you are incorrect in saying that all EU receivers have the fuse in the device. No electrician would advise you to stick anything into the Earth of a socket. If you are really an electrician, which I doubt, you can’t be a very good one. Anyway, you seem intent on doing what you do, so I’ll leave it with you.
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