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Crusader V762 Mains Supply Unit with 3 Sockets 15 m Cable
- Semloh 3-way mobile mains unit
- 3x 13 A sockets
- 15 m cable with UK site plug
- 10 A circuit breaker
- Fully-certified to BS standards
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The V762 Mains Supply Unit is a mobile mains kit that can be used while away in your caravan, camping or for outdoor use. Simply plug to bring 230v power to your low wattage appliances. Suitable for all tents, can be hung up or clipped to a tent pole, table leg ect. This is a fully protected unit with waterproof casing. Comes wuth 3 x 13 amp splash proof sockets, 10 Amp double pole main circuit breaker 25 amp RCD, 15 m cable with UK site plug, 13 Amp Sockets to IP44 240v plug to IEC/EN 60 309 Cable to HO5 VVF. Fitted with a correct polarity. Warning light.
U.K MAINLAND SHIPPING ONLY
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I’ve noticed that other reviewers have commented on the poor design of this item. Each socket has a cover. Unfortunately when you plug in a typical modern moulded plug the moulding overlaps the flap on the adjacent socket and prevents you using it.
In a nutshell, we could only use 2 of the 3 sockets at a time unless you decide to snap the covers off. It would be such a simple thing to orientate the flaps more sensibly.
The more I write the more I'm inclined to give it 2 stars! The frustration it caused on holiday is coming back to me!
I've noticed that the covers on the Maypole version are arranged the other way.
For those interested, the unit consists or an RCD, a separate breaker, 3 UK sockets and some loose wires to join them up.
The unit is far bulkier than expected and I suspect the plastic would probably crack if dropped from a small height onto concrete, i.e. wrong type of plastic used.
This is all my fault for leaving it to the last minute and buying on-line with one day delivery rather than go to a camping shop and inspecting the product - I would never have bought this had I seen it up close.
We used this during a week of (tent) camping. The covers on the unit do prevent 3 plugs being used (despite it having three sockets). We got round this by running two household multi-socket extension leads from it ... one we ran into the bedroom area (to charge phones and the tab) and one we had in the kitchen area (to use for the toaster & kettle ... both low amp versions that we didn't use at the same time). I also ran a heat pad from this. I also had an electric icebox that ran from this the entire week.
I have marked it down one star for the poor placement of the sockets and covers.
As for the product itself, it worked well and kept our devices charged, what more could you ask for.
Oh and the lead was super long, which came in handy for some pitches.
The camp site provided power by way of site sockets and we thought it would be a worthwhile investment to buy this supply unit. We weren't mistaken!
The unit is of strong build, and I have no doubts that it would stand up to a good bit of camping-basking-around.
I tested the breaker's ability on arrival, both with it's test button, and an external tester - no worries there.
While camping we had nothing happen to cause a trip, but the highest load on the unit would have been a travel kettle running the same time as a powered cooler.
The flex is superbly long and robust. The unit has a couple of options to secure it during use, such as clips to clip onto a tent pole, or a wire hanger to suspend it from a hook.
Hopefully it will stand the test of time, but I've let the family know it's there should they want to borrow it, as it is very handy.
Only downsides are that you really need to find a bag or box to store / carry it in (it is really quite heavy) and large plugs / adapters can be a little tricky, but not impossible to fit in. On the latter point, it would have been better if the sockets had been installed a further 90 degrees around. This way, the leads from each socket would not all go over each other and the flaps of the lower two sockets would not be restricted by the flaps, plugs and leads of the socket above. This is a simple design change that would make the product much easier to use - really not sure why the manufacturer didn't do this in the first place. May be a reason I am missing! However, in practice, this inconvenience has never been a problem and with nothing else on the market, I would make the same purchase again at this price, from this supplier.
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