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Pro Low clamping voltage
It has a clamping threshold of 330V which is about as low as it can get. The clamping voltage indicates when the device will start to redirect the excess electricity away from the plugged-in devices. The lower the better.
Pro High surge suppression rating
It has an impressive suppression rating of 4320 joules. This rating generally indicates how much energy it can absorb across its lifespan.
Pro Creative outlet design
Eight out of twelve available outlets can be rotated up to 90 degrees to create space for big power plugs. This is a creative design that allows the panel to be relatively compact while still being able to power many sockets.
Pro Additional conveniences
It can be wall mounted for more placement options, and also has a cable management clip to help organize the connected wires more efficiently.
Con Unreliably tells you when it stops protecting your devices
This surge protector will still provide power to all your connected devices even after it has stopped protecting them. To know whether it still functions, you need to check the LED’s. It isn’t as convenient as it sounds since such devices tend to be put in places out of sight. It is also possible to simply forget about its existence after multiple years of use.
Con Manufacturer doesn’t honor the warranty claim
The manufacturer has a reputation of not upholding their warranty claims. They claim to compensate for any equipment that has been damaged by power surges while connected to their surge protector. Many have reported not receiving their owed money.
Con On/off button tends to break
The on/off button has a tendency to break, but luckily, pulling out the main cable out of the wall socket can be a good work-around.