Pod Point 3 2022 Home charging unit review

Pod Point 3 2022 Home charging unit review

PP has a Pod Point 3 that cost £600 to install.


Provide your overall rating for the Pod Point 3.


Which company installed it and would you recommend them?

Costelloes in Ellesmere Port, Wirral – yes, I would recommend them, very nice guys, quick & cleaned up afterwards.


Why did you purchase the Pod Point 3?

It was offered to me by fitters.


List 3 or more points that you like about the charging unit.

  • It’s a neat unit
  • The app tells me how much each charge costs & how much electricity is supplied to my EV.


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List 3 or more points that you don’t like about the charging unit.



Outline any faults you have experienced with the unit.



Tell us about your home charging routine.

My average weekly commute is about 64 miles but lately this has been double due to overtime & extra work. Have charged our car up twice since delivery and local trips add about 20 miles. So not needing charging much really.


If you were buying a new charging unit now, what would you buy and why?

HyperVolt has been mentioned to me as being a good unit.


Tell us about your electricity provider and tariff. Would you recommend them?

We are with Bulb, since the energy price hikes it’s currently 29.8p per kW. So the last 200 mile top-up cost was £13.


Are you part of a charger-sharing scheme for those who don’t have their own charger?



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