Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 70
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Frasky Decora USB/120 receptacle
Very easy to install and it works well charging all of our USB items.
The only negative comment is you cannot order a face plate for the receptacle on line. I had to go to the closest hardware store to obtain one. Cost $1.39. I hope Home Depot sees fit to make a change and allow it to be ordered at the same time as the receptacle.
November 14, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by IowaCowboy Does get a little warm to the touch
It does get a little warm to the touch when charging, just like the USB wall warts. Installation was easy but if its in the middle of a circuit it's best to use pigtails to splice the wires as there is only one set of screw terminals.
As for the tablets, you have to use the port on the right. The port on the left will charge basic phones and smartphones.
It is a great product because we tend to misplace cell phone chargers around here. It is basically a 21st century telephone jack.
August 20, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by astonman Pretty Cool Outlet
I replaced the outlet to the right of out kitchen sink with this one since we tend to charge our devices on the bar counter with that outlet. There are a number of different USB combo outlets out there but I picked this one because of the power rating. My wife's iPad and iPhone 5 are able to charge at the same time without any issues. I also like how the two USB ports are nicely spaced since some USB plugs are more bulky than others.
The install took me about five minutes. A wire connects on each side of the outlet and the ground connects on the bottom. I included a picture to show the actual size of the outlet since this has been an issue for some. My house is about three years old so the box was more than large enough. I finished the job with a screwless wall plate. Everything works great and looks nice and sleek. I think I'm going to add one more.
May 10, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Jimboww Nice
This will charge one iPad 3 @ 2.1 amps in one USB port, or 2 of anything of a lower combined amperage, in the two USB ports. To clairify, the USB Ports are not intended to charge two tablets simultaneously.
- The electrical outlet can be used for anything up to 15 amps.
- Keep in mind that the location you choose, must have the deeper work box, not the shallow type typically used on exterior concrete walls, as the product is approx. 1-1/4" deep. Thanks.
September 9, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by steevee Great outlet, now in a 3.6A version
One has the choice of this model, or the one with 2 USB ports and 2 outlets. This one is more aesthetically pleasing, whereas the other adds the other AC power plug with a bit less room.
One thing that should be noted in this review is that this has been updated to 3.6A just like the other model. There is no "high power port" anymore; both are the same now and both are high power (like 2A, up to the 3.6A collectively). If ordered online you may or may not get the 2.1A version, but the 3.6A version is in stores now.
Installation is very easy, though there's a bit less room to work inside a standard in-wall box. This charges almost every device, with the exception of PS3 game controllers for some reason.
March 15, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Adam Works fine, just what is described
This is an excellent solution for charging various devices, but note that of the two USB outlets, one is ~1A, one is ~2A, so be sure to plug tablets into the right-hand outlet (marked with an "H").
Charges properly all the "i-devices" I've plugged into it.
It went in easy, no problems, no trickiness.
October 21, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by tpipher Leviton is awesome
Did alot of research on these before I decided on the trusted name of Leviton. Installed in about 20 minutes, worked great for my Ipad 3 and my android phone. Will be buying more for my bedroom. Just note that the Ipad must use the right USB port as the right one has the needed 2.1 amps.
January 19, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Matt Vampire Power
Per Leviton tech support, the 15A USB Charger/Outlet combination device draws 50mW of power when no devices are plugged in, NOT 50W. The 4-port USB port draws 75mW of power when no devices are plugged in, NOT 75W as mentioned in a previous comment.
July 17, 2014