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I love comments like above. Poundland sells USB power adaptors that are £2 and more than reasonably safe. Electronics cost pennies to make, these other companies are just making a huge amount of profit. Whether something is cheap or expensive is not a determinant of how safe it is.

Oh and jump leads are literally just pieces of insulated copper. If they went on fire it's probably because the user didn't understand AWG ratings and the huge current draw of starters.
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Happy to put connect cheap Chinese tat to your car? Be prepared to 🎵Let it Blow🎵
Thanks for the share
MadeDixonsCry20/08/2019 13:36

Happy to put connect cheap Chinese tat to your car? Be prepared to 🎵Let …Happy to put connect cheap Chinese tat to your car? Be prepared to 🎵Let it Blow🎵


Yup....... when ordering this, also make sure to buy a fire extinguisher to go with it, ensuring to keep it within arms length when using the charger. Will never understand why people take risks for the sake of saving a few quid. I bought a pair of 'heavy duty' jump cables for £5 from ebay back in the day and thought I'd bagged myself a bargain. Upon first use, they melted and caught fire. Fortunately, I managed to put it out before it got out of hand. Again 'back in the day', I bought a £2 wall charger from ebay for my phone, thinking I'd got myself another great deal...... until it exploded and burnt out the socket it was plugged into. Then I read about people dying in house fires because of trying to save money with cheap Chinese electrical goods and decided I didn't want to join the club....... SO, I'd strongly recommend folk to stick with branded (eg. Anker, Ravpower, Samsung, Apple etc etc) electrical chargers/items if they know what's good for them!!
Edited by: "Franky1971" 20th Aug
Franky197120/08/2019 15:27

Yup....... when ordering this, also make sure to buy a fire extinguisher …Yup....... when ordering this, also make sure to buy a fire extinguisher to go with it, ensuring to keep it within arms length when using the charger. Will never understand why people take risks for the sake of saving a few quid. I bought a pair of 'heavy duty' jump cables for £5 from ebay back in the day and thought I'd bagged myself a bargain. Upon first use, they melted and caught fire. Fortunately, I managed to put it out before it got out of hand. Again 'back in the day', I bought a £2 wall charger from ebay for my phone, thinking I'd got myself another great deal...... until it exploded and burnt out the socket it was plugged into. Then I read about people dying in house fires because of trying to save money with cheap Chinese electrical goods and decided I didn't want to join the club....... SO, I'd strongly recommend folk to stick with branded (eg. Anker, Ravpower, Samsung, Apple etc etc) electrical chargers/items if they know what's good for them!!


And before anyone says "hurr durr they're all made in China", not all Chinese parts are equal:

I love comments like above. Poundland sells USB power adaptors that are £2 and more than reasonably safe. Electronics cost pennies to make, these other companies are just making a huge amount of profit. Whether something is cheap or expensive is not a determinant of how safe it is.

Oh and jump leads are literally just pieces of insulated copper. If they went on fire it's probably because the user didn't understand AWG ratings and the huge current draw of starters.
Poundland sell things that meet British Standards, Gearbest do not. You decide whether you want to charge your £500 phone with a charger that meets certain safety standards or one that’s made as cheaply as possible
A1RN20/08/2019 16:32

I love comments like above. Poundland sells USB power adaptors that are £2 …I love comments like above. Poundland sells USB power adaptors that are £2 and more than reasonably safe. Electronics cost pennies to make, these other companies are just making a huge amount of profit. Whether something is cheap or expensive is not a determinant of how safe it is.Oh and jump leads are literally just pieces of insulated copper. If they went on fire it's probably because the user didn't understand AWG ratings and the huge current draw of starters.


Seriously dude?



bbc.co.uk/pro…ers

Etc etc.

Use at your own risk.
MadeDixonsCry20/08/2019 16:49

Seriously dude?[Video] [Video] …Seriously dude?[Video] [Video] https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/22rhmp90L5P9ljVJldgssBg/chargersEtc etc.Use at your own risk.


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MadeDixonsCry20/08/2019 16:49

Seriously dude?[Video] [Video] …Seriously dude?[Video] [Video] https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/22rhmp90L5P9ljVJldgssBg/chargersEtc etc.Use at your own risk.


WTF does a laughably designed travel adaptor have to do with the feasibility of a (likely) simple 12V to 5V, DC to DC buck converter blowing up your phone? You quite possibly could not have supplied a less relevant video given the design flaws with that adaptor were nothing to do with shoddy components or circuit design incompetence. How is the ability for your child to directly poke it's finger into 240V mains in any way relevant to the reliability of a basic components of a 12V USB charger? Really excited for your detailed thesis about how Intel may be able to make transistors 5nm in size but actually these cheap Chinese converter chips are just filled with cheap, delicate inductors and transistors ready to "blow" at a moments notice?!

Please don't watch BigClive videos if you don't understand electrical engineering, you'll only confuse yourself.
A1RN20/08/2019 17:33

WTF does a laughably designed travel adaptor have to do with the …WTF does a laughably designed travel adaptor have to do with the feasibility of a (likely) simple 12V to 5V, DC to DC buck converter blowing up your phone? You quite possibly could not have supplied a less relevant video given the design flaws with that adaptor were nothing to do with shoddy components or circuit design incompetence. How is the ability for your child to directly poke it's finger into 240V mains in any way relevant to the reliability of a basic components of a 12V USB charger? Really excited for your detailed thesis about how Intel may be able to make transistors 5nm in size but actually these cheap Chinese converter chips are just filled with cheap, delicate inductors and transistors ready to "blow" at a moments notice?!Please don't watch BigClive videos if you don't understand electrical engineering, you'll only confuse yourself.


It was in response to your poundland comment, not specifically related to car USB adapters. Please see the quote.
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