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Which Tesla Supercharger Adapter Should You Buy? Tesla vs Lectron vs A2Z

Which Tesla Supercharger Adapter Should You Buy? Tesla vs Lectron vs A2Z

Video by State Of Charge via YouTube

I recently reviewed three NACS to CCS1 adapters – the Tesla one, as well as the A2Z Typhoon and Lectron Vortex Plug (the links to those videos are below), and in this video, I compare the three to each other.

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My Tesla adapter review:
My A2Z Typhoon review:
My Lectron Vortex review:

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00:00 Intro
01:42 Background information on NACS adapters
08:36 Side-by-side key feature comparison of the NACS adapters
14:50 Comments by the CEOs of the companies on approved vs non-approved adapters
18:26 Checking out all three adapters and build quality
27:24 The Lectron Vortex recall details
33:42 Lectron’s comments on the replacement adapters getting stuck on the NACS connector
37:18 Use the "stateofcharge" discount code for 10% off the A2Z adapter and 15% the Lectron adapter (but only for 7 days after this video posts)
38:04 Is Tesla’s adapter the best one?
40:41 Outro

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