ShockFlo Releases G1 Portable EV Charger

ShockFlo Introduces G1 Portable EV Charger

The charger is available in two models: the 32A and the 40A, priced at $299.99 and $349.99, respectively.

ShockFlo announced the launch of the ShockFlo G1 portable EV charger, which is designed to make charging easier and more convenient for electric-vehicle owners.

The charger is available in two models: the 32A and the 40A, priced at $299.99 and $349.99, respectively.

“ShockFlo has always been at the forefront of innovation in the electrical industry, and the launch of the G1 Portable EV Charger is no exception,” said Jack Lee, founder of ShockFlo. “We understand that EV owners need a reliable and convenient way to charge their vehicles. That’s why we developed this portable charger, which can be used anywhere, anytime. It’s a game-changer for the EV industry, and we’re excited to offer this new product to our customers. With our commitment to quality and reliability, we believe that our new product will be a valuable addition to the lives of EV owners.”

With the two-in-one feature, the ShockFlo G1 portable EV charger can be used as a portable EV charger and can also be mounted as a wall charger. In this way, owners can use it as a home charger, and also take it on a trip, according to ShockFlo.

The charger is 10 times faster than a standard charger (16A), delivering up to 36 miles of distance per hour, according to ShockFlo. Additionally, the charger is highly reliable and durable with its water-resistant (IP67), lightning-proof, dust-proof and impact-resistant features.

The ShockFlo G1 portable EV charger also is adaptable, with Level 1 and Level 2 compatibility. The charger comes with a J1772 plug that is compatible with most electric cars. The customizable charging-time feature allows charging when the electricity-price rate is lower, according to the company. For more information, visit shockflo.com.

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