EV Charging Cables For Electric Cars
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“A simply fantastic service from simplyEV. It’s a leap of faith buying your first EV. Conor from simplyEV talked me through all the options around home charging cables and also what electrical cables I would need when using charging pods out on the road network plus avoiding being ICED and having a longer cable to hand.“ – Martin Ball
”Excellent service. Delivered next working day. Their EV charging cables are far cheaper than the manufacturer cables. My type 1 to type 2 cable feels very well built.” – Gavin Weaver
Great service from simplyEV
“Great service from simplyEV. Easy to use site with simple to follow advice about many aspects of EVs. I bought a cable and I’ve been delighted with the quality, colour choice option and the free case. I also used the chat facility online and was given quick answers about my order. Absolutely 5 star!!“ – Adele
Our most popular products
Type 1 Cable Holster£ 15.99 inc. VAT
Type 1 Extension Cable£ 229.99 – £ 269.99 inc. VAT
Type 1 Portable Charger£ 359.99 – £ 399.99 inc. VAT
Type 1 to Type 2 Cable Converter£ 154.99 inc. VAT
Type 2 Cable Holster£ 15.99 inc. VAT
Type 2 Extension Cable£ 229.99 – £ 269.99 inc. VAT
Type 2 Portable Charger£ 359.99 – £ 399.99 inc. VAT
Type 2 to Type 1 Cable Converter£ 154.99 inc. VAT
BMW 330e charging cable£ 159.99 – £ 495.99 inc. VAT
BMW 530e charging cable£ 159.99 – £ 495.99 inc. VAT
BMW i3 60ah charging cable£ 159.99 – £ 495.99 inc. VAT
Nissan Leaf 2011 to 2017 charging cable£ 159.99 – £ 499.99 inc. VAT
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