Cheap doesn't mean safe

Before you buy from ebay/amazon, think is this charger really safe? Check out the video from the link.

Many items in the EU have a mark with the letters CE. This:
-shows that the manufacturer has checked that these products meet EU safety, health or environmental requirements
-is an indicator of a product's compliance with EU legislation
-allows the free movement of products within the European market

Unfortunately many of these items have the marks without testing. To the untrained eye this is difficult to tell.

Don't mess with electricity. We have additional checks for Safety in the EU with the CE mark. We recommend any electrical item brought from outside the EU to be tested by an electrician before plugging it into the wall.

This post was brought to you by Baldeep on 12 Aug 2016.

Baldeep started the company knowing that IT doesn't have to be your frustration. Baldeep continued developing his skillset and has multiple accreditations to his name including his degree, Microsoft Certifications, ITIL and VMware Data Center Virtualization Certification. He is always learning to move IT forward for your business.

Please share your feedback
Rated based on customer feedbacks

The Birak Bulletin

Want to keep your IT on track? Claim today for access to our exclusive content and promotions. Not sure which IT service is best for your needs or your budget? Get your Free IT Audit, helping you Every BIT of the way.

We will also give you free updates once every 2 months to help you keep your IT on track.

Recent blog posts

Here are some recent posts from the team. If you have a post you would like added, please drop us an email.

How mobile gaming improves your health

What happens when my computer is ill?

How to be Mobile Visible, NOT Invisible?

Tags from article Electricity Chargers Tablet Mobile Phones