Perhaps they can offer a White Box w Black Cable ?EatsShootsandLeafs wrote: ↑Wed Mar 03, 2021 11:17 amJust got mine.
I would have gone with the white one but it currently only has a white cable and I could picture it getting dirty, so went with the standard black, 24', premium.
Ordered direct from Canada on the weekend and it arrived today to NY, so that's quick. I paid in USD, but they process it as a foreign transaction so I got hit for about $15 from my credit card (it does charge foreign fees). No shipping cost, and they do not charge tax.
It feels super solid and is charging up the Leaf now. Will mount it later today. Went with the 14-50.
I didn't bother with a smart phone evse because I figure it's something I'd use for about three days and never bother with again. I do not have time variable electricity, and as for a reminder--which I would have possibly used--both of my cars offer one if parked at home and not charged within a certain period of time.
After reading some iffy reviews on Amazon of many chargers I knew that I would only be buying one from North America, because if it says it's UL listed I believe them and not that they just printed some stickers off. So basically this charger was ~$200 cheaper than other north american 40 amp based units (yes, the leaf only charges under 30A at this time, though).
Seems to be unavailable at the moment. Also costly! I plan on leaving the Grizz unit unmounted. The cost of the extension cord is about 1/4th of the cost of running wiring and installing an outdoor outlet. We're planning on selling this house and moving this year as well.
Sounds like a nice idea. Note I believe?? you might be able to avoid the adapter plug by simply removing the neutral prong on your Nissan EVSE(hacksawing if off possibly). I believe without the neutral prong(which isn't need for the EVSE anyway) the 14-50 plug would plug into your 6-50 outlet. Verify this first but I believe it's true. I took the neutral prong off my 14-50 plug EVSE(not a OEM Nissan but rather my old Juicebox EVSE) and even though I've never ran into a 6-50 plug I believe I could plug into it. Of course your adapter plug would work too.EVDean wrote: ↑Sun Mar 28, 2021 1:25 pmI'm taking delivery of a 2019 SL Plus in a few days and I'm planning on buying a Grizzl-E Classic EVSE with the 6-50 plug from Amazon. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07XSNL95C/?c ... dp_it&th=1
I already have a 6-50 welder outlet in my garage and I can buy a welder extension cord on Amazon to reach out to my parking area in my driveway. (who has room in the garage for and actual car? lol)
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B085HLGB4X/?c ... _lig_dp_it
The factory EVSE has a 14-50 plug so until I buy the Grizz I can deploy this plug adapter to the existing outlet to charge my battery.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B082X ... UTF8&psc=1