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Lectron Vortex NACS To CCS1 Adapter Review

Lectron Vortex NACS To CCS1 Adapter Review

Video by State Of Charge via YouTube

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00:00 Intro
02:28 The Lectron Vortex Plug’s key features
03:27 The facts about approved and non-approved adapters
07:38 Are any EV charging adapters officially safety-certified?
09:00 Ford, Rivian, and Tesla’s statement on 3rd party adapters
10:26 Why am I even reviewing 3rd party adapters?
12:05 Unboxing and my initial thoughts
17:19 The 10% to 80% charge recording with my Ford F-150 Lightning
18:10 How hot did the Lectron adapter get during the charging session?
21:27 Lectron’s response to the safety of its Vortex Plug
23:50 Lectron’s dual locking system
25:16 Would I use the Lectron Adapter to charge my EVs?
26:57 Outro

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