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Oxford USB Dual Socket

The Oxford USB Dual Socket is a weatherproof USB power supply socket for motorcycles, ATV's, and snowmobiles. This outlet can be wired to the switch for accessory power supply or straight to the battery for constant power. 

Features:

  • Enables charging of a cell phone, GPS, mp3 player, etc by USB lead (not included)
  • 2 Amp output will charge iPads, iPhones, etc
  • Heavy-duty weatherproof cap keeps the insides dry (not designed to be used while raining)
  • Includes 35" of wire from the outlet to the fuse and another 10" of wire from the fuse to the ends
  • Wire ends have 1 ring terminal attached and 1 stripped wire
  • Fits 7/8" to 1" handlebars
  • Can be mounted on mirror stem using provided adapters
  • Can be panel mounted by removing the outer bracket

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Fitment Notes & Exceptions

This is a universal fit part; it may or may not fit without modification.

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Oxford USB Dual Socket 4.3 5 6 6
works great glows blue. Charges my phone easily. Mounts easily to the handle bars. August 25, 2014
Great for charging phone Installed this inside my tank bag so I could charge my phone and camera. Has worked fine so far. August 18, 2014
Works good, looks good, hate blue light Although I like having USB power on my bike, I really dislike having a blue light staring at me whilst I ride at night. I keep thinking my brights are on! The other complaint I have on this was that the wires were not long enough to reach the fuse block near my battery on my 2001 Yamaha FZ1, so I extended them to add the reach needed for a proper install. Also of note, there was not enough charging power to keep my phone (Samsung S3) charging faster than it was using power while I was using GPS and Pandora on a road trip. Still way better than nothing though! Despite a few shortfalls , I would still recommend this product. July 15, 2014
Good This product is good, I recommend it, ease of install, good performance and durability. June 16, 2014
great product Great product. I decided to take the USB socket off of the bar clamp it comes with and very carefully cut a big hole (big) in the plastic on my dash! Fits very nicely and looks part of the bike. The socket even glows blue!! Seems a much better idea than a cigarette lighter as smoking and riding kills!! Seriously though everything is USB these days so cut out the cigarette lighter socket and just have one off these? June 9, 2014
Good USB socket w/ one flaw This USB socket works great and the waterproof cap definitely keeps the seal. I have one complaint about this socket. It has blue LED lights that are always on when the device is powered on! This is a problem if you plan to do a direct connection to the battery because it will drain your battery (albeit slowly). I ended up splicing the wires from this device onto my options plug wires under my seat so that this socket only powers on when my ignition is on. This keeps my battery safe from draining. The downside of this solution, though, is I have to have my ignition on to charge/power anything via USB. If those LED lights were gone, it'd be better. Otherwise, this socket seems to be great quality. May 12, 2014
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Oxford USB Dual Socket
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
mike m: Price quality Aug 7, 2014
Michael G: Need dual-USB capability on my Tiger 800. The inclusion of power outlets on many bikes is nice, but the "powerlet" type socket usually inclouded is pretty useless for powering the most common devices, which are all phone-based these days. Ideally somebody would make a compact powerlet-to-USB adaptor, but the only existing one is both backordered and rather large. This will mount easily to the bike's frame next to the existing powerlet and I'll splice into the existing wiring. Aug 5, 2014
G C: Need USB charger. Aug 5, 2014
Tina-Kevin M: Phone Charging Jun 16, 2014
rion h: Great for phone, GPS, camera these days you need a USB for something, or everything comes to a halt :-) Jun 8, 2014
Robert K: It helps keep my phone alive during long adventures Jun 6, 2014
Jorge E: I like the weather tight cap. May 27, 2014
Stewart V: Its waterproof and just what I need Apr 10, 2014
Ethan O asked: Is this an SAE connection? Feb 16, 2014
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Douglas K: I did not purchase this bar mounted socket however understanding is purely a duel USB outlet and will require hard wiring to a power source direct or switched. Mar 3, 2014
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Luke D asked: Does this come with the cables necessary to connect to the power source? Mar 1, 2014
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Tristan R: As indicated in the description it comes with all the wires to connect to battery including an inline fuse. Mar 28, 2014
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A shopper asked: I'd like to know if its 2.0 amps each outlet or total for both ?????? Jun 6, 2014
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JAMES D: Each outlet is 2.0 and works great. I have had my iPhone and ipad charging at the same time no issues. Jun 7, 2014
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Hideto K: It comes with a 3 Amps fuse. Total current shuould be 2 Amps when you use 2 ports. Aug 6, 2014
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James J: No it's 2 total overall. If you use both at the some time it's down to 1. Jun 6, 2014
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Patrick T asked: Does this provide 2 Amps total, or 2 Amps for each port? Mar 27, 2014
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Tristan R: the fact that it will charge an iPad I am guessing 2amps per port. Mar 28, 2014
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Talal A: I wish I can answer, but how would I know? :)
I still can test it if you want before you purchase it.
Something like charging an ipad or something?
Mar 30, 2014
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A shopper asked: will this draw current when not connected to a USB device and drain the battery? Feb 15, 2014
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Talal A: Depending on how the mechanic install it for you. This device has a blue light to indicate that it is active, I made sure that the mechanic installs it in way that it only work when the switch is on. Therefore, it does not drain the battery.
I'm install this device on my 3 bikes... It is awesome!!!
Feb 16, 2014
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DANIEL S: No, IT doesn't. It only use power when you connect a device Feb 15, 2014
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Yousuf S asked: Can it be mounted on handlebars? Feb 1, 2014
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Grace P: "Fits 7/8" to 1" handlebars" Feb 17, 2014
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