Very nice. It's about time someone offered a USB socket that supports Quick Charge!I got an outlet from 3BR. It's weatherproof with or without a cord plugged in. I used to just use the Battery Tender adapter, but it doesn't support fast charging for my Duraforce Pro.
It might be worth an email. I had several emails back and forth with Don at 3BR when I was trying to figure out what I needed. He may have a solution for you. His customer service is definitely above and beyond my expectations. I think it's pretty cool that he tests the micro USB cables he builds on a bench and then plugs them in to his phone.Very nice. It's about time someone offered a USB socket that supports Quick Charge!
I love the rubber boot so you can keep a device plugged in despite rain. That's a major shortcoming of every other 12V socket I've ever seen: the "waterproof" ones are only waterproof with the cover on. Which means you can't use it, if water is present. Kinda pointless.
If 3BR offered a similar product with a USB C port as well, I'd buy it in a hot second. My Oxford 12V socket's bracket keeps cracking and I've repaired it with JB Weld twice. It's not going to last forever.
Do you find that location to be in the way or out in the wind? How readable is your volt meter in that location? That's clearly the easiest spot on Gen 1s, I have just held back a bit do to the angle seeming awkward.I put mine here using the Heated grips source and running the power first through a voltmeter.
It did not occur to me until later that the voltmeter is covered by the handlebar and brake making it impossible to read while seated normally. I spaced meter and socket out to avoid the warning sticker, which you may not have.Do you find that location to be in the way or out in the wind? How readable is your volt meter in that location? That's clearly the easiest spot on Gen 1s, I have just held back a bit do to the angle seeming awkward.