Only today, B&H offers 2-piece APC SurgeArrest 11 socket surge protectors at a price of $44.95. The price will automatically appear in the shopping cart. They are usually $50 each and often sell for close to $37 on Amazon, with two of them costing a total of $74. Today’s transaction brought the price to $45 or 40% of the lowest price we could find. Ideal for providing safe power to your expensive electronic devices, each surge protector has 11 sockets with a pair of USB charging ports (total power 5V and 2.4A). Six of the sockets are block-shaped to support larger power bricks, and all 11 sockets have “2880 Joules of surge energy rating” to protect your equipment. More than 9,300 Amazon customers are rated 4 stars or more. More details are as follows.
If you don’t need such a high Joule rating to protect your electronic products from surges and other effects, there are more affordable options. Although APC is one of the best in the game, you can now buy a pair of these GE 6 socket surge protectors on Amazon for $26. They reduced the Joule protection rating to 600, but you will still receive a high-quality surge protector with a 4+ star rating from more than 24,000 Amazon customers. Otherwise, buy a pair of $15 Amazon Basics models with USB ports.
For more discounts on power supplies and charging-related equipment, please pay attention to this morning’s smartphone accessories review and the new Belkin back to school promotion. Its new MagSafe chargers, power banks, etc. can be discounted by $20. Before you buy the new PowerExpand 9-in-1 USB-C PD dock and its expanded PowerWave product line and the new MagSafe car charger, you also need to enter today’s Anker Amazon promotion for $12.
APC’s SurgeArrest 11 socket surge protectors are available in a pack of two to protect 11 connected devices from damage by surges and spikes. It has a total of 11 sockets, 6 of which are block-shaped, so you will not cover other connectors. In addition to the socket, the two USB ports provide a total power of 5V and 2.4A
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Post time: Aug-09-2021