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Which tethered charger?

Discussion in 'Model S: Battery & Charging' started by neilrlsmith, Jul 18, 2016.

  1. neilrlsmith

    neilrlsmith Member

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    So my Model S arrives just as Ecotricity brought in their £6 for 30 minute charger. There was one near my house so this is a real git. I am therefore frantically trying to work out my home charging solution. I know I want 32a tethered product so that bit is done. On research I have found these options (I think)...

    Rolec - £199 (do I need to buy a Tesla cable or will my car have what it needs?
    Pod Point - £650 - same questions as above plus why so much more expensive?? Am I missing something!
    Chargemaster - £279 (I think) - same question as above
    Tesla's own - £££ as no grant yet.

    Some help would be very appreciated please!
     
  2. neilrlsmith

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    Just also found Pheonix works at £349 as well...So that makes 5 if they are still in existence and work with Model S.
     
  3. WannabeOwner

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    There's a thread ion the UK forum which might have some answers, details on OLEV grants etc (or just to catch the attention of UK folk :) )

    Home charging options
     
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