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MUSTART Level 2 Portable EV Charger (240 Volt, 25ft Cable, 32 Amp), Electric Vehicle Charger Plug-in EV Charging Station with NEMA 14-50P
MUSTART Level 2 Portable EV Charger (240 Volt, 25ft Cable, 32 Amp), Electric Vehicle Charger Plug-in EV Charging Station with NEMA 14-50P
MUSTART Level 2 Portable EV Charger (240 Volt, 25ft Cable, 32 Amp), Electric Vehicle Charger Plug-in EV Charging Station with NEMA 14-50P
MUSTART Level 2 Portable EV Charger (240 Volt, 25ft Cable, 32 Amp), Electric Vehicle Charger Plug-in EV Charging Station with NEMA 14-50P
MUSTART Level 2 Portable EV Charger (240 Volt, 25ft Cable, 32 Amp), Electric Vehicle Charger Plug-in EV Charging Station with NEMA 14-50P
MUSTART Level 2 Portable EV Charger (240 Volt, 25ft Cable, 32 Amp), Electric Vehicle Charger Plug-in EV Charging Station with NEMA 14-50P
MUSTART Level 2 Portable EV Charger (240 Volt, 25ft Cable, 32 Amp), Electric Vehicle Charger Plug-in EV Charging Station with NEMA 14-50P
MUSTART Level 2 Portable EV Charger (240 Volt, 25ft Cable, 32 Amp), Electric Vehicle Charger Plug-in EV Charging Station with NEMA 14-50P

MUSTART Level 2 Portable EV Charger (240 Volt, 25ft Cable, 32 Amp), Electric Vehicle Charger Plug-in EV Charging Station with NEMA 14-50P

MUSTART Level 2 Portable EV Charger (240 Volt, 25ft Cable, 32 Amp), Electric Vehicle Charger Plug-in EV Charging Station with NEMA 14-50P
MUSTART Level 2 Portable EV Charger (240 Volt, 25ft Cable, 32 Amp), Electric Vehicle Charger Plug-in EV Charging Station with NEMA 14-50P
MUSTART Level 2 Portable EV Charger (240 Volt, 25ft Cable, 32 Amp), Electric Vehicle Charger Plug-in EV Charging Station with NEMA 14-50P
MUSTART Level 2 Portable EV Charger (240 Volt, 25ft Cable, 32 Amp), Electric Vehicle Charger Plug-in EV Charging Station with NEMA 14-50P
MUSTART Level 2 Portable EV Charger (240 Volt, 25ft Cable, 32 Amp), Electric Vehicle Charger Plug-in EV Charging Station with NEMA 14-50P
MUSTART Level 2 Portable EV Charger (240 Volt, 25ft Cable, 32 Amp), Electric Vehicle Charger Plug-in EV Charging Station with NEMA 14-50P
MUSTART Level 2 Portable EV Charger (240 Volt, 25ft Cable, 32 Amp), Electric Vehicle Charger Plug-in EV Charging Station with NEMA 14-50P
MUSTART Level 2 Portable EV Charger (240 Volt, 25ft Cable, 32 Amp), Electric Vehicle Charger Plug-in EV Charging Station with NEMA 14-50P
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Features

  • FAST CHARGING SPEEDS: The MUSTART 32A level 2 EV charger can charge your car up to 2X faster than the 16A level 2 EV charger. It is 4X faster than the 16A level 1 EV charger that most electric vehicles come with, which means more time for fun and less time for waiting. (The actual working current it depends on your vehicle setting).
  • SUPER COMPATIBLE: Works with most electric vehicles, the EVSE is compatible with all plug-in EVs.
  • RISK-FREE PURCHASE: Mustart EV charger has been meticulously tested and comes with a 2 Year No-Hassle Warranty. (Used item comes with a one-year warranty.) We also have US local customer service if you have any questions with our product or need help.
  • CONVENIENT: Compact size with 25 feet charging cable for flexible installation and usability. All you need is just a 220 Volt or 240 Volt NEMA14-50 outlet to plug the charger into.
  • HIGH QUALITY: This portable charging station is made to last with durability and reliability. It is lightening-proof and has leakage, overvoltage, overheat and overcurrent protection, so you can safely charge your vehicle.

Description

I purchased the MUSTART Level 2 Portable Electric Vehicle (EV) Plug-in Charging Cable for my new 2018 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid so that I could take it with me when I travel, especially to my relatives. As a Professional Electrical Engineer, I can verify that this unit is of high quality with molded plug connections. I would definitely recommend this to others. Nice product and I'm looking forward to years of use from it. Any complaints about the J1772 car plug being tight are essentially bogus as that is normal with a new car receptacle and a new plug. It will loosen up with continued use. The MUSTART Level 2 Portable EV Charger works as described. My charger came with the round bag which is sturdy, padded and well made. This units provide just the basic but at a less expense than my expect. The screen is simple and straight forward to read. For me the ease of intall (no need to wall mounted), ease of use, ease of transportation (to bring with me when traveling and visiting friends), the low expense and the simplicity were what I was looking for. I would recommend this unit for its ease of use if you don't need much functionality. I read several reviews where the charger was a tight fit into the vehicle charging port but I did not have this issue with my Nissan Leaf. This is a good charger, I could recommend this to anyone who would like to get a 240V charger. Having 40 amps is a must if you have two EVs (2014 Chevy volt and 2016 Kia Soul EV ) like my family does. The 25ft cord extension is just the right length to reach 2 cars in the garage or outside if needed. Keep in mind the Control unit is NOT waterproof - intended for indoor use. I bought this for a 2018 BMW i3. I did a lot of comparison shopping prior to purchasing, this seemed to be the best value for what I needed. For a long time I used an existing 110 plug in my garage. I finally had an electrician install a 240V, 50A plug (NEMA 6-50) before ordering this charger. It completely charges my i3 in a little over three hours. WELL WORTH CHOOSING Do NOT need to be wall-mounted. Save your budget of consulting with a licensed electrician and the wall mounting. Compact size with a durable carrying bag and 25 feet cable for flexible installation and usability. SUPER COMPATIBLE Works with most electric vehicles, the EVSE is compatible with all plug-in EVs, which include Nissan LEAF, BMW i series, Chevy Volt, Chevy Bolt, Fiat 500e, Ford C-Max Energi, Ford Focus Electric, Ford Fusion Energi and more. FAST CHARGING SPEEDS Mustart EV Chargers Charge Any EV Up to 5X Faster. SAFETY WITH SIMPLE DESIGN TUV and FCC for quality standard. You can know the charing status clearly via the easy-to-read LCD screen, which is simple and has important data such as temperature, charging indicator with running Kwh counter.


Manufacturer MUSTART


Brand MUSTART


Item Weight 9.92 pounds


Package Dimensions 15.91 x 13.62 x 5.75 inches


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Manufacturer Part Number ER-N1450


ASIN B077DC39J9


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 570 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #16,377 in Automotive (See Top 100 in Automotive) #4 in Electric Vehicle Charging Stations


Date First Available November 13, 2017


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Delivery

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Returns

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Features

  • FAST CHARGING SPEEDS: The MUSTART 32A level 2 EV charger can charge your car up to 2X faster than the 16A level 2 EV charger. It is 4X faster than the 16A level 1 EV charger that most electric vehicles come with, which means more time for fun and less time for waiting. (The actual working current it depends on your vehicle setting).
  • SUPER COMPATIBLE: Works with most electric vehicles, the EVSE is compatible with all plug-in EVs.
  • RISK-FREE PURCHASE: Mustart EV charger has been meticulously tested and comes with a 2 Year No-Hassle Warranty. (Used item comes with a one-year warranty.) We also have US local customer service if you have any questions with our product or need help.
  • CONVENIENT: Compact size with 25 feet charging cable for flexible installation and usability. All you need is just a 220 Volt or 240 Volt NEMA14-50 outlet to plug the charger into.
  • HIGH QUALITY: This portable charging station is made to last with durability and reliability. It is lightening-proof and has leakage, overvoltage, overheat and overcurrent protection, so you can safely charge your vehicle.

Description

I purchased the MUSTART Level 2 Portable Electric Vehicle (EV) Plug-in Charging Cable for my new 2018 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid so that I could take it with me when I travel, especially to my relatives. As a Professional Electrical Engineer, I can verify that this unit is of high quality with molded plug connections. I would definitely recommend this to others. Nice product and I'm looking forward to years of use from it. Any complaints about the J1772 car plug being tight are essentially bogus as that is normal with a new car receptacle and a new plug. It will loosen up with continued use. The MUSTART Level 2 Portable EV Charger works as described. My charger came with the round bag which is sturdy, padded and well made. This units provide just the basic but at a less expense than my expect. The screen is simple and straight forward to read. For me the ease of intall (no need to wall mounted), ease of use, ease of transportation (to bring with me when traveling and visiting friends), the low expense and the simplicity were what I was looking for. I would recommend this unit for its ease of use if you don't need much functionality. I read several reviews where the charger was a tight fit into the vehicle charging port but I did not have this issue with my Nissan Leaf. This is a good charger, I could recommend this to anyone who would like to get a 240V charger. Having 40 amps is a must if you have two EVs (2014 Chevy volt and 2016 Kia Soul EV ) like my family does. The 25ft cord extension is just the right length to reach 2 cars in the garage or outside if needed. Keep in mind the Control unit is NOT waterproof - intended for indoor use. I bought this for a 2018 BMW i3. I did a lot of comparison shopping prior to purchasing, this seemed to be the best value for what I needed. For a long time I used an existing 110 plug in my garage. I finally had an electrician install a 240V, 50A plug (NEMA 6-50) before ordering this charger. It completely charges my i3 in a little over three hours. WELL WORTH CHOOSING Do NOT need to be wall-mounted. Save your budget of consulting with a licensed electrician and the wall mounting. Compact size with a durable carrying bag and 25 feet cable for flexible installation and usability. SUPER COMPATIBLE Works with most electric vehicles, the EVSE is compatible with all plug-in EVs, which include Nissan LEAF, BMW i series, Chevy Volt, Chevy Bolt, Fiat 500e, Ford C-Max Energi, Ford Focus Electric, Ford Fusion Energi and more. FAST CHARGING SPEEDS Mustart EV Chargers Charge Any EV Up to 5X Faster. SAFETY WITH SIMPLE DESIGN TUV and FCC for quality standard. You can know the charing status clearly via the easy-to-read LCD screen, which is simple and has important data such as temperature, charging indicator with running Kwh counter.


Manufacturer MUSTART


Brand MUSTART


Item Weight 9.92 pounds


Package Dimensions 15.91 x 13.62 x 5.75 inches


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Manufacturer Part Number ER-N1450


ASIN B077DC39J9


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 570 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #16,377 in Automotive (See Top 100 in Automotive) #4 in Electric Vehicle Charging Stations


Date First Available November 13, 2017


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • FAST CHARGING SPEEDS: The MUSTART 32A level 2 EV charger can charge your car up to 2X faster than the 16A level 2 EV charger. It is 4X faster than the 16A level 1 EV charger that most electric vehicles come with, which means more time for fun and less time for waiting. (The actual working current it depends on your vehicle setting).
  • SUPER COMPATIBLE: Works with most electric vehicles, the EVSE is compatible with all plug-in EVs.
  • RISK-FREE PURCHASE: Mustart EV charger has been meticulously tested and comes with a 2 Year No-Hassle Warranty. (Used item comes with a one-year warranty.) We also have US local customer service if you have any questions with our product or need help.
  • CONVENIENT: Compact size with 25 feet charging cable for flexible installation and usability. All you need is just a 220 Volt or 240 Volt NEMA14-50 outlet to plug the charger into.
  • HIGH QUALITY: This portable charging station is made to last with durability and reliability. It is lightening-proof and has leakage, overvoltage, overheat and overcurrent protection, so you can safely charge your vehicle.

Description

I purchased the MUSTART Level 2 Portable Electric Vehicle (EV) Plug-in Charging Cable for my new 2018 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid so that I could take it with me when I travel, especially to my relatives. As a Professional Electrical Engineer, I can verify that this unit is of high quality with molded plug connections. I would definitely recommend this to others. Nice product and I'm looking forward to years of use from it. Any complaints about the J1772 car plug being tight are essentially bogus as that is normal with a new car receptacle and a new plug. It will loosen up with continued use. The MUSTART Level 2 Portable EV Charger works as described. My charger came with the round bag which is sturdy, padded and well made. This units provide just the basic but at a less expense than my expect. The screen is simple and straight forward to read. For me the ease of intall (no need to wall mounted), ease of use, ease of transportation (to bring with me when traveling and visiting friends), the low expense and the simplicity were what I was looking for. I would recommend this unit for its ease of use if you don't need much functionality. I read several reviews where the charger was a tight fit into the vehicle charging port but I did not have this issue with my Nissan Leaf. This is a good charger, I could recommend this to anyone who would like to get a 240V charger. Having 40 amps is a must if you have two EVs (2014 Chevy volt and 2016 Kia Soul EV ) like my family does. The 25ft cord extension is just the right length to reach 2 cars in the garage or outside if needed. Keep in mind the Control unit is NOT waterproof - intended for indoor use. I bought this for a 2018 BMW i3. I did a lot of comparison shopping prior to purchasing, this seemed to be the best value for what I needed. For a long time I used an existing 110 plug in my garage. I finally had an electrician install a 240V, 50A plug (NEMA 6-50) before ordering this charger. It completely charges my i3 in a little over three hours. WELL WORTH CHOOSING Do NOT need to be wall-mounted. Save your budget of consulting with a licensed electrician and the wall mounting. Compact size with a durable carrying bag and 25 feet cable for flexible installation and usability. SUPER COMPATIBLE Works with most electric vehicles, the EVSE is compatible with all plug-in EVs, which include Nissan LEAF, BMW i series, Chevy Volt, Chevy Bolt, Fiat 500e, Ford C-Max Energi, Ford Focus Electric, Ford Fusion Energi and more. FAST CHARGING SPEEDS Mustart EV Chargers Charge Any EV Up to 5X Faster. SAFETY WITH SIMPLE DESIGN TUV and FCC for quality standard. You can know the charing status clearly via the easy-to-read LCD screen, which is simple and has important data such as temperature, charging indicator with running Kwh counter.


Manufacturer MUSTART


Brand MUSTART


Item Weight 9.92 pounds


Package Dimensions 15.91 x 13.62 x 5.75 inches


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Manufacturer Part Number ER-N1450


ASIN B077DC39J9


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 570 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #16,377 in Automotive (See Top 100 in Automotive) #4 in Electric Vehicle Charging Stations


Date First Available November 13, 2017


abunda_amazon_reviews For this install I needed to put in a sub-panel, I'm an electrician so the installation was easy. I recommend always using a qualified electrician to do this work. I drive a BMW i3 BEV, once my batteries were charged the MUSTART indicated that I was no longer charging. There are three large LED lights on face of the unit. While charging both the green light which indicates that you have power and the red light which indicates that you are charging remains on. When I was fully charged the red light turned off and only the green light remained on. The yellow light indicates if you have a fault in the system. I was impressed with the quality of the construction. Somewhere in my research I came across an exploded view showing the internal electronics and I was impressed. it was the quality of the work both inside and outside that convinced me to buy this charger.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 4, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;The Charger is Rugged and Made Well;;Fricassee;;;Bought this and installed a 240v 50a line to stop the competition between me and my wife over who got access to the 120v outlet - we have 2 Leafs and weekends could get dicey due to long recharge times. Installation is plug-(and-plug)-and-play if you already have a suitable outlet. This EVSE, like all others, is simply a moderately intelligent extension cord. You can get any amperage level version of this device and it will work on your car. The car is in charge of the charge, so if you have an EVSE capable of delivering more current than your car can use, the car will protect itself just fine. I would recommend that you get the highest amperage device you can power so that you don't have to worry about this issue should you buy a newer EV with higher limits. If your car came with a J1772 charger from the manufacturer, then this EVSE will work with your car. Yes, the fit is a bit snug. As the manufacturer suggests, you can lube it to make it easier to use. Avoid WD-40 - this is a solvent that could damage the plastic parts of the EVSE or the car. Look for a silicone based lube, or even KY Jelly (that's what it's for, right?) but use it sparingly so that it doesn't catch and collect dirt and debris. That could mess up your day. I didn't use the included hangar because we already had a classic hose hanger for the old 120v EVSE in place. I also didn't use the wall clip because the straight-in style meant the connector and cable stuck out too far from the wall for my taste. I bought a $20 "holster" for it instead that angles more towards the wall and keeps a lower profile. I kept the tote bag, but don't expect to use it. Opportunities to plug into a NEMA 14-50 are rare around here so I don't haul the thing around with me. The description says there is a way to hang the unit from a hook to take the weight off the plug. I found the hang tab to be a bit light-weight for the task and don't really trust it. Rather than hang it from a hook, my preference was to screw it to the wall, but this was made difficult by the position of the hang tab directly in line with the cable - it was a bit difficult to work around the cable. I would prefer sturdier tabs molded into the case at the corners so that it can be secured directly to the wall. Of course, that defeats the "portable" feature, but that wasn't a consideration for my use. Some quirks to keep in mind: 1-The temperature display is (per the manufacturer) the temp of the EVSE control box. No idea why this is included, as it's battery temperature that is of interest. Since it's displayed only in Celsius, it's doubly meaningless in the USA market. The charger has been inactive all night with a garage temp of about 40F but the EVSE says it's at 18C (64F). Seems unlikely to me. 2-The power consumed display is cumulative. It does not reset between charges unless you unplug the EVSE from the wall outlet or install it with a switch on the circuit so you can turn it on and off. This may be exactly what you want, but with two cars using this it means I have to reset the unit each time in order to know exactly how much power went into a given car. I use this for mileage calculations. YMMV. 3- My Leaf can charge at up to 6.6kW, but the EVSE typically shows it working at 6.3kW when the battery is low and it should be charging at full capacity. Again, the car is in charge here so this isn't necessarily anything to do with the EVSE but I felt it was worth noting. It may mean something to someone else, or the battery may have been too cold to take the full 6.6kW. The garage temperature is right around 40F this time of year so the battery isn't any warmer than that, especially after sitting all day in the parking lot at work with temps in the 30's. 4-It took 3 cycles before my wife's car would take a full 100% charge from it - it shut off at 94% and then 98% before the 3rd cycle when it finally took her to 100%. She's been almost exclusively on 120v charging until now. I don't know if that might mean something, but it's probably more about the car than the EVSE again. Basically, this unit will get the job done. If you want a basic EVSE and don't care about the bells and whistles found on others, then this is a good sub-$400 option. With a warranty, there's no reason not to buy this device. UPDATE 11JAN20: Replaced one Leaf with a Chevy Bolt last August. This unit works just fine with the new car. The plug is still a bit tight on the Leaf, but perfectly normal on the Bolt. Still working without a hitch nearly a year after purchase.;;Reviewed in the United States on February 23, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Perfectly serviceable intelligent extension cord.;;R. Kern;;;I bought this for my 2018 Chevy Bolt EV. I have used it for several thousand miles now, I commute 150 miles daily so having a good reliable EVSE was very important to me. I admittedly bought this because it was the cheapest one that I could find that was 32A. As advertised this is not a smart charger and does not have any WIFI or peak charging timer but my Bolt can control all of that so it was not needed. My one and only complain about it is the charging plug its self is very tight plugging into my Bolt. Others have noted this issue, it takes a little more mussel compared to other EVSEs but over time it tends to loosen up. It did not cause any damage to my car in any way I just know the more expensive brands are not this tight. Otherwise I love the portability. Advice before you buy, they do recommend a 50A breaker but you can safely use a 40A circuit but no less. Also, this is not a model you should use in adverse out door conditions. Your average dryer outlet is only 30A so do not plug it into anything until you know what the amperage is. Over all with the carrying case, plug hanger, and charging cord hanger it really makes this unit a great deal! UPDATE: My original Mustart charger died after a year and 40k miles of charging. I was pretty bummed but Mustart sent me a quick replacement with out any hassle and stood by the product. I was very impressed and the new model has a totally different charging handle that is designed way better than the older one I had. For these reasons I have bumped it to 5 stars!;;Reviewed in the United States on January 19, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Great EVSE for the Chevy Bolt!;;Aaron;;;I have a 2019 Nissan Leaf. Purchased the ER 26A N1030. I received the product the next day. Very fast shipping. product was well packaged and it came with a pretty thick padded bag, hanger and a holder. The quality of the product seems well made with thick heavy duty cables. I have yet to do an overnight charge but tested it and so far I’m getting a reading of 6.30 kw at most which I think should be plenty in my case. I will be updating my review for long term as time goes. so far, for what it’s worth seems like a good bargain. I’ll be posting some photos;;Reviewed in the United States on March 12, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Quality for the price;;Ben;;;I didn't need wifi connectivity or schedules managed by the charger, because my car has that (Bolt EV 2020), all I needed was a charger (technically the charger is in the car, this is more like a smart extension cord but most people just call it a charger) This does just that, I bought the 40 amps, 240v, even though my current car doesn't accept that much, but I figured the price difference was small and I may as well be ready for the next car. I'm pulling between 7.4 and 7.6 kw and I'm very happy with it (I used a regular level 1 charger for 3 years with my previous car, so this is a nice upgrade :) );;Reviewed in the United States on January 22, 2020;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Excelent charger and a great price;;Diego Medina

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Fricassee - Reviewed in the United States on November 4, 2019
The Charger is Rugged and Made Well
For this install I needed to put in a sub-panel, I'm an electrician so the installation was easy. I recommend always using a qualified electrician to do this work. I drive a BMW i3 BEV, once my batteries were charged the MUSTART indicated that I was no longer charging. There are three large LED lights on face of the unit. While charging both the green light which indicates that you have power and the red light which indicates that you are charging remains on. When I was fully charged the red light turned off and only the green light remained on. The yellow light indicates if you have a fault in the system. I was impressed with the quality of the construction. Somewhere in my research I came across an exploded view showing the internal electronics and I was impressed. it was the quality of the work both inside and outside that convinced me to buy this charger.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By R. Kern - Reviewed in the United States on February 23, 2019
Perfectly serviceable intelligent extension cord.
Bought this and installed a 240v 50a line to stop the competition between me and my wife over who got access to the 120v outlet - we have 2 Leafs and weekends could get dicey due to long recharge times. Installation is plug-(and-plug)-and-play if you already have a suitable outlet. This EVSE, like all others, is simply a moderately intelligent extension cord. You can get any amperage level version of this device and it will work on your car. The car is in charge of the charge, so if you have an EVSE capable of delivering more current than your car can use, the car will protect itself just fine. I would recommend that you get the highest amperage device you can power so that you don't have to worry about this issue should you buy a newer EV with higher limits. If your car came with a J1772 charger from the manufacturer, then this EVSE will work with your car. Yes, the fit is a bit snug. As the manufacturer suggests, you can lube it to make it easier to use. Avoid WD-40 - this is a solvent that could damage the plastic parts of the EVSE or the car. Look for a silicone based lube, or even KY Jelly (that's what it's for, right?) but use it sparingly so that it doesn't catch and collect dirt and debris. That could mess up your day. I didn't use the included hangar because we already had a classic hose hanger for the old 120v EVSE in place. I also didn't use the wall clip because the straight-in style meant the connector and cable stuck out too far from the wall for my taste. I bought a $20 "holster" for it instead that angles more towards the wall and keeps a lower profile. I kept the tote bag, but don't expect to use it. Opportunities to plug into a NEMA 14-50 are rare around here so I don't haul the thing around with me. The description says there is a way to hang the unit from a hook to take the weight off the plug. I found the hang tab to be a bit light-weight for the task and don't really trust it. Rather than hang it from a hook, my preference was to screw it to the wall, but this was made difficult by the position of the hang tab directly in line with the cable - it was a bit difficult to work around the cable. I would prefer sturdier tabs molded into the case at the corners so that it can be secured directly to the wall. Of course, that defeats the "portable" feature, but that wasn't a consideration for my use. Some quirks to keep in mind: 1-The temperature display is (per the manufacturer) the temp of the EVSE control box. No idea why this is included, as it's battery temperature that is of interest. Since it's displayed only in Celsius, it's doubly meaningless in the USA market. The charger has been inactive all night with a garage temp of about 40F but the EVSE says it's at 18C (64F). Seems unlikely to me. 2-The power consumed display is cumulative. It does not reset between charges unless you unplug the EVSE from the wall outlet or install it with a switch on the circuit so you can turn it on and off. This may be exactly what you want, but with two cars using this it means I have to reset the unit each time in order to know exactly how much power went into a given car. I use this for mileage calculations. YMMV. 3- My Leaf can charge at up to 6.6kW, but the EVSE typically shows it working at 6.3kW when the battery is low and it should be charging at full capacity. Again, the car is in charge here so this isn't necessarily anything to do with the EVSE but I felt it was worth noting. It may mean something to someone else, or the battery may have been too cold to take the full 6.6kW. The garage temperature is right around 40F this time of year so the battery isn't any warmer than that, especially after sitting all day in the parking lot at work with temps in the 30's. 4-It took 3 cycles before my wife's car would take a full 100% charge from it - it shut off at 94% and then 98% before the 3rd cycle when it finally took her to 100%. She's been almost exclusively on 120v charging until now. I don't know if that might mean something, but it's probably more about the car than the EVSE again. Basically, this unit will get the job done. If you want a basic EVSE and don't care about the bells and whistles found on others, then this is a good sub-$400 option. With a warranty, there's no reason not to buy this device. UPDATE 11JAN20: Replaced one Leaf with a Chevy Bolt last August. This unit works just fine with the new car. The plug is still a bit tight on the Leaf, but perfectly normal on the Bolt. Still working without a hitch nearly a year after purchase.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Aaron - Reviewed in the United States on January 19, 2019
Great EVSE for the Chevy Bolt!
I bought this for my 2018 Chevy Bolt EV. I have used it for several thousand miles now, I commute 150 miles daily so having a good reliable EVSE was very important to me. I admittedly bought this because it was the cheapest one that I could find that was 32A. As advertised this is not a smart charger and does not have any WIFI or peak charging timer but my Bolt can control all of that so it was not needed. My one and only complain about it is the charging plug its self is very tight plugging into my Bolt. Others have noted this issue, it takes a little more mussel compared to other EVSEs but over time it tends to loosen up. It did not cause any damage to my car in any way I just know the more expensive brands are not this tight. Otherwise I love the portability. Advice before you buy, they do recommend a 50A breaker but you can safely use a 40A circuit but no less. Also, this is not a model you should use in adverse out door conditions. Your average dryer outlet is only 30A so do not plug it into anything until you know what the amperage is. Over all with the carrying case, plug hanger, and charging cord hanger it really makes this unit a great deal! UPDATE: My original Mustart charger died after a year and 40k miles of charging. I was pretty bummed but Mustart sent me a quick replacement with out any hassle and stood by the product. I was very impressed and the new model has a totally different charging handle that is designed way better than the older one I had. For these reasons I have bumped it to 5 stars!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Ben - Reviewed in the United States on March 12, 2019
Quality for the price
I have a 2019 Nissan Leaf. Purchased the ER 26A N1030. I received the product the next day. Very fast shipping. product was well packaged and it came with a pretty thick padded bag, hanger and a holder. The quality of the product seems well made with thick heavy duty cables. I have yet to do an overnight charge but tested it and so far I’m getting a reading of 6.30 kw at most which I think should be plenty in my case. I will be updating my review for long term as time goes. so far, for what it’s worth seems like a good bargain. I’ll be posting some photos

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Diego Medina - Reviewed in the United States on January 22, 2020
Excelent charger and a great price
I didn't need wifi connectivity or schedules managed by the charger, because my car has that (Bolt EV 2020), all I needed was a charger (technically the charger is in the car, this is more like a smart extension cord but most people just call it a charger) This does just that, I bought the 40 amps, 240v, even though my current car doesn't accept that much, but I figured the price difference was small and I may as well be ready for the next car. I'm pulling between 7.4 and 7.6 kw and I'm very happy with it (I used a regular level 1 charger for 3 years with my previous car, so this is a nice upgrade :) )

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Fricassee - Reviewed in the United States on November 4, 2019
The Charger is Rugged and Made Well
For this install I needed to put in a sub-panel, I'm an electrician so the installation was easy. I recommend always using a qualified electrician to do this work. I drive a BMW i3 BEV, once my batteries were charged the MUSTART indicated that I was no longer charging. There are three large LED lights on face of the unit. While charging both the green light which indicates that you have power and the red light which indicates that you are charging remains on. When I was fully charged the red light turned off and only the green light remained on. The yellow light indicates if you have a fault in the system. I was impressed with the quality of the construction. Somewhere in my research I came across an exploded view showing the internal electronics and I was impressed. it was the quality of the work both inside and outside that convinced me to buy this charger.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By R. Kern - Reviewed in the United States on February 23, 2019
Perfectly serviceable intelligent extension cord.
Bought this and installed a 240v 50a line to stop the competition between me and my wife over who got access to the 120v outlet - we have 2 Leafs and weekends could get dicey due to long recharge times. Installation is plug-(and-plug)-and-play if you already have a suitable outlet. This EVSE, like all others, is simply a moderately intelligent extension cord. You can get any amperage level version of this device and it will work on your car. The car is in charge of the charge, so if you have an EVSE capable of delivering more current than your car can use, the car will protect itself just fine. I would recommend that you get the highest amperage device you can power so that you don't have to worry about this issue should you buy a newer EV with higher limits. If your car came with a J1772 charger from the manufacturer, then this EVSE will work with your car. Yes, the fit is a bit snug. As the manufacturer suggests, you can lube it to make it easier to use. Avoid WD-40 - this is a solvent that could damage the plastic parts of the EVSE or the car. Look for a silicone based lube, or even KY Jelly (that's what it's for, right?) but use it sparingly so that it doesn't catch and collect dirt and debris. That could mess up your day. I didn't use the included hangar because we already had a classic hose hanger for the old 120v EVSE in place. I also didn't use the wall clip because the straight-in style meant the connector and cable stuck out too far from the wall for my taste. I bought a $20 "holster" for it instead that angles more towards the wall and keeps a lower profile. I kept the tote bag, but don't expect to use it. Opportunities to plug into a NEMA 14-50 are rare around here so I don't haul the thing around with me. The description says there is a way to hang the unit from a hook to take the weight off the plug. I found the hang tab to be a bit light-weight for the task and don't really trust it. Rather than hang it from a hook, my preference was to screw it to the wall, but this was made difficult by the position of the hang tab directly in line with the cable - it was a bit difficult to work around the cable. I would prefer sturdier tabs molded into the case at the corners so that it can be secured directly to the wall. Of course, that defeats the "portable" feature, but that wasn't a consideration for my use. Some quirks to keep in mind: 1-The temperature display is (per the manufacturer) the temp of the EVSE control box. No idea why this is included, as it's battery temperature that is of interest. Since it's displayed only in Celsius, it's doubly meaningless in the USA market. The charger has been inactive all night with a garage temp of about 40F but the EVSE says it's at 18C (64F). Seems unlikely to me. 2-The power consumed display is cumulative. It does not reset between charges unless you unplug the EVSE from the wall outlet or install it with a switch on the circuit so you can turn it on and off. This may be exactly what you want, but with two cars using this it means I have to reset the unit each time in order to know exactly how much power went into a given car. I use this for mileage calculations. YMMV. 3- My Leaf can charge at up to 6.6kW, but the EVSE typically shows it working at 6.3kW when the battery is low and it should be charging at full capacity. Again, the car is in charge here so this isn't necessarily anything to do with the EVSE but I felt it was worth noting. It may mean something to someone else, or the battery may have been too cold to take the full 6.6kW. The garage temperature is right around 40F this time of year so the battery isn't any warmer than that, especially after sitting all day in the parking lot at work with temps in the 30's. 4-It took 3 cycles before my wife's car would take a full 100% charge from it - it shut off at 94% and then 98% before the 3rd cycle when it finally took her to 100%. She's been almost exclusively on 120v charging until now. I don't know if that might mean something, but it's probably more about the car than the EVSE again. Basically, this unit will get the job done. If you want a basic EVSE and don't care about the bells and whistles found on others, then this is a good sub-$400 option. With a warranty, there's no reason not to buy this device. UPDATE 11JAN20: Replaced one Leaf with a Chevy Bolt last August. This unit works just fine with the new car. The plug is still a bit tight on the Leaf, but perfectly normal on the Bolt. Still working without a hitch nearly a year after purchase.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Aaron - Reviewed in the United States on January 19, 2019
Great EVSE for the Chevy Bolt!
I bought this for my 2018 Chevy Bolt EV. I have used it for several thousand miles now, I commute 150 miles daily so having a good reliable EVSE was very important to me. I admittedly bought this because it was the cheapest one that I could find that was 32A. As advertised this is not a smart charger and does not have any WIFI or peak charging timer but my Bolt can control all of that so it was not needed. My one and only complain about it is the charging plug its self is very tight plugging into my Bolt. Others have noted this issue, it takes a little more mussel compared to other EVSEs but over time it tends to loosen up. It did not cause any damage to my car in any way I just know the more expensive brands are not this tight. Otherwise I love the portability. Advice before you buy, they do recommend a 50A breaker but you can safely use a 40A circuit but no less. Also, this is not a model you should use in adverse out door conditions. Your average dryer outlet is only 30A so do not plug it into anything until you know what the amperage is. Over all with the carrying case, plug hanger, and charging cord hanger it really makes this unit a great deal! UPDATE: My original Mustart charger died after a year and 40k miles of charging. I was pretty bummed but Mustart sent me a quick replacement with out any hassle and stood by the product. I was very impressed and the new model has a totally different charging handle that is designed way better than the older one I had. For these reasons I have bumped it to 5 stars!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Ben - Reviewed in the United States on March 12, 2019
Quality for the price
I have a 2019 Nissan Leaf. Purchased the ER 26A N1030. I received the product the next day. Very fast shipping. product was well packaged and it came with a pretty thick padded bag, hanger and a holder. The quality of the product seems well made with thick heavy duty cables. I have yet to do an overnight charge but tested it and so far I’m getting a reading of 6.30 kw at most which I think should be plenty in my case. I will be updating my review for long term as time goes. so far, for what it’s worth seems like a good bargain. I’ll be posting some photos

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Diego Medina - Reviewed in the United States on January 22, 2020
Excelent charger and a great price
I didn't need wifi connectivity or schedules managed by the charger, because my car has that (Bolt EV 2020), all I needed was a charger (technically the charger is in the car, this is more like a smart extension cord but most people just call it a charger) This does just that, I bought the 40 amps, 240v, even though my current car doesn't accept that much, but I figured the price difference was small and I may as well be ready for the next car. I'm pulling between 7.4 and 7.6 kw and I'm very happy with it (I used a regular level 1 charger for 3 years with my previous car, so this is a nice upgrade :) )