Wrong Amps Warning[/custom_headline]
Did you know that using the wrong wall plug or car charger can cause your cables to melt or even catch fire?
This goes for all chargers and cables. Not just the ones we sell.
That’s why it’s very important to check the amps on all your USB chargers to make sure this never happens.
You want to look at the amount of output your charger has. It should say something like 5.0V 2.0A which means 5 volts and 2 amps.
This is usually in very small type on the side of your wall plug or car charger.
They may also say something like 1000 mAh which would be 1 amp.
Our charging cables are rated at 2 amps. If you’re not using wall plugs that you purchased from us make sure you don’t use anything that is over 2 amps or 2000 mAh.
If you do have our 2 amp wall plugs never use them with a charging cable that is only rated at 1 amp.
And remember, chargers put out electricity and there is always a chance of danger.
You should never let small children use a device while it’s charging.
You should also never leave your device charging near anything that could catch on fire in the event your charger does.
Most people have no idea that not all wall plugs and cables are meant to be used together.
And being we sell these devices we feel it’s important to make you aware of the possible dangers.
We want you to know that we appreciate you as a customer and care that you and your family are safe.
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The iDealsDay.com Team
P.S If you’re not sure you are using the correct wall plugs for the cables you got from us. You can order ours here.