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What Chargers Do We Recommend?


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EV home chargers are split into two types: tethered and untethered. Both categories have excellent options, and which is best for you depends on your priorities.

Here are the chargers we recommend most to customers:


  • EO Mini Pro 2 / 7.2kW
  • SYNC EV / 7.4kW
  • Easee One / 7.4kW
  • Rolec HomeSmart Wallpod / 7.2kW

Out of these, the Easee One has the nicest design, the EO Mini Pro 2 is the smallest (but requires an earth rod), and the SYNC EV is very similar to the EO Mini Pro 2.


  • Hypervolt Home 2.0 / 7kW
  • Wllbox Pulsar Plus / 7.4kW
  • Anderson A2 / 7kW
  • Zappi 2.0 / 7.4kW

Out of these, the Zappi and Hypervolt are British-made and best in class. The Anderson A2 is more stylish and has a neat built-in cable tidy. The Wallbox is the smallest.

We supply and install all of these smart home chargers, plus many more.

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Happy charging!

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