Oxford USB Dual Socket
Wires too short
Cut the wire to fit to a Powerhub2, but the wires are really too short to go from the handlebar all the way to battery with comfort.
November 21, 2015
Performs as advertised. Easy install, worked flawlessly.
November 9, 2015
Just in time...
Bought this a some time ago. It came in earlier than expected. The install was easy. It took more time to put the bike back together. Which was two days before my trip. Over 1400 miles and charged the phone, GPS, and Sena SMH10 (also a Revzilla purchase) perfectly. With the cover in place I had no reason to worry about all the rain I encountered on or since this trip.
August 18, 2015
Works well but it should have a longer harness! I had to cut, splice and shrink tube 6" on to it just to get it to my battery. And that was from the bars supposedly you can attach it to your mirror but I would have been about a foot short.
June 1, 2015
Product works great but doesn't fit slightly larger bars.
March 9, 2015
Excellent for the price
I really recommend to buy this product. It's bigger than I thought it was, but fits perfect in my Multistrada handlebar.
February 17, 2015
Best Bang for the buck for Bike USB power
I live in Northern Japan and planned on doing a long camping ride across the entire northern half of Japan. Most of the time I would not have access to electrical power so this was a best bet to keep my cell phone and GPS powered up. It did a great job of it. I also ran an extra long USB cable back to my road pack where I keep a powerbank for in the evenings if I want to power my tablet or anything of the sort. The power output of the two sockets combined is only 2A but on a longer ride this is not an issue. However, don't expect to ride down the street to the 7-11 and have your iPhone charged by the time you get there. It is decently waterproof with the cap on, I had no issues with this. I do wipe it down on the inside with a tiny bit of silicone grease and I think that helps. So in the best for your money category I would say this one wins.
December 28, 2014
Does the job!
Installed this in the plastic fairing of my bike so that my Garmin Monterra would have power and I'd have a USB for other purposes as needed. The result has been spectacular.
I hooked the device up to a relay that also switches my heated grips, so power goes on and off with the ignition. I removed the fuse and rely on the larger fuse that I put on the relay.
Installation is simple. Just hook up the 2 wires and either use the included handlebar clamp or create a mounting hole. The unit is sealed, so as long as the cap is in place, it won't get wet. With the cap off, water can get into the ports, but that too can be helped with careful selection of cable ends. I mounted my unit out of the main airstream, so even in the wet, the water is not driving at the ports.
The blue glow lets me know that power is on which is a nice feature. It is bright, so be careful where you mount it. I have mine under my handlebars so that most times I don't see the light unless I move. In the attached photo, I've turned my bars fully to the right so that I could take the photo.
The output is 2 amps total. So, if you have more than one device plugged in, you can't charge them both at full power.
The cap is a nice flexible rubber, so when you have it off the ports, you don't need to worry about things hitting it. For example when I turn my bars all the way to the right, my fork can hit the cap. But it just crushes with no resistance.
All in all, I think this is a great MC port if you have a need for handy USB power. While there are cheaper ways to do it, having the piece of mind that it's weather proof is worth the extra money.
December 3, 2014