I'm not looking to hear anything about "futureproof"ing or blah, blah, blah. I have a 2012 Leaf SV. 3.8 is my charging limit. I'm looking for feedback on whomever is using the cheapest-possible options (that are safe for day to day) for Level 2 charging.
Does that mean I'll need to adjust my wiring in a few years? Maybe, but chances are I'll need to at least change out the plug type anyway so I'll worry about it then.
On Amazon, the cheapest option seems to be the "AmazingE". UL listed, not a lot of reviews, but seems to be the same charger used for the 2nd Gen Volt. It uses a 14-30 receptacle. Alternatively, there's the Duosida stations which sorry me as they might be generic , but lots of good reviews and has a 6-20 receptacle.
Anybody using either one (or another cheap one) on a daily basis?
Also, I'll be getting an electrician out. Should I have them install something rated for a higher circuit and then get an adapter of some kind? I haven't done anything in 240 volt.