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Wow, talk about ugly. I could see pluging a Nissan Leaf into one of those but the Lear charger is much more appealing. Not that my garage is a showroom, but still.
 

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The chargers are set up to communicate wirelessly with Zigbee-enabled devices, including smart meters, and both can be upgraded to access cellular networks or Wi-Fi.
The WiFi upgrade is what jacks up the price on other units. This one only costs $700, for example:



But that's for the basic unit without WiFi connectivity or programming capability. If you want those features, the price doubles to $1400. Given that the cheap Siemens units also require an upgrade for WiFi capability, to get a comparably equipped unit, the price is back above $1000.

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ct-fiskerbuzz said:
I just got my quote from Blink Charger and it only cost $1,395 plus freight. They will drop ship it to me. I am using my dryer power to run it since we do not use the dry at night or early mornings. That is good because I am using all my 200 amp panel now. So the insultion cost should be under $500.00 for me. This includes the wifi version.
 
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