Amazon cut the prices on ChargePoint, JuiceBox, and Siemens Level 2 electric vehicle (EV) home chargers to help plug-in vehicle drivers recharge their car and SUV batteries much faster than plugging into a regular home electrical outlet.The chargers vary in power, ranging from 30 to 40 amps, in the length of the charging cables, and connection method to your electrical service — plug-in or hardwired.If you’ve been planning to invest in a Level 2 charger for your home or have gotten tired of the long recharge times when you plug into a regular 110- to 120-volt outlet, these five deals can help you save up to $150.ChargePoint Level 2 Home EV Charger – hardwired, 18-foot cable— $130 offChargePoint’s Level 2 EV home chargers are 240-volt 32-amp stations that charge your vehicle up to six times faster than plugging it into a regular wall outlet.When you plug in to one of the ChargePoint models, your car adds up to 25 miles of driving range per hour.
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Slutbot is a chatbot experience that shows you how to talk dirty in real life.In response to users’ most common request, the “relationship and intimacy” startup Juicebox has developed its chatbot experience to show you how to send sexy SMS messages in real life.The same team has also made Slutbot, which is available to anyone on iOS or Android as an SMS-based chatbot.The SMS experience can be erotic and tackles important issues like consent and communicating desires as it normalizes conversations about sex.The team had to create a human-like chatbot that didn’t kill the mood.The platform fits to users who are single, in a relationship, queer, straight, and of any gender, and gives users the ability to customize how they identify as well as how they’d like their bot to identify (female, male, non-binary), in an effort to match their exact preferences for the most pleasurable experience possible.
Walk all the way to Mordor and back without your Pixel 2 dying on you.The JuiceBox is actually very compact for a high-volume portable charger, clocking in at about the size of your smartphone, so it won’t feel like you’re lugging around a car battery with you.It can charge devices that require anything from USB Type-C, PD, or regular microUSB cables.Quick Charge 3.0 support means rapid replenishment for your phone.Plus a meaty 20,100 mAh should let you keep several devices breathing for all but the most extended journeys.In a nutshell, this portable charger is everything the minimalist, pragmatic user is looking for.
Walk all the way to Mordor and back without your Note8 dying on you.The JuiceBox is relatively compact, clocking in at about the size of your smartphone, so it won’t feel like you’re lugging around a car battery with you.Its charge port is USB Type-C, meaning it can be replenished quickly when you’re juicing up for your next adventure.It can charge devices that require anything from USB Type-C, PD, or regular microUSB cables.Quick Charge 3.0 support means you won’t have to sit around long to wait for it to charge your phone.20,100 mAh should let you keep several devices breathing for all but the most extended journeys.
Juice diets are all the rage right now, so you may well have considered swapping your supper for a liquid meal.Before you embark on your fruity journey towards better health or tastier milkshakes though, you re going to need the right tool for the job.We took two of the best blenders on the market, the Panasonic MJ-L500 and the NutriBullet Pro 900, and put them head to head to see which came out on top.This is one juicer that s efficient at grinding stuff, and its many parts mercifully assemble into one compact machine.This means churning up a glass of OJ doesn t feel like a military operation… until you get to the cleaning, that is.Pulp is pushed out of one of the machine s spouts and sweet, delicious juice comes out of the other.
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