Evatran Extends Warranty Of PLUGLESS Wireless Charging System

MAR 24 2015 BY MARK KANE 9

Cadillac ELR with Evatran PLUGLESS wireless charging system

Cadillac ELR with Evatran PLUGLESS wireless charging system

Evatran Group announced warranty coverage extension from one to three years on its PLUGLESS wireless charging system.

Even more good news is that this retroactively includes existing customers.

“With more than 200,000 successful hours of wireless EV charging logged at homes and businesses across the USA and Canada, Evatran Group, Inc. (“Evatran”), today announced that it has extended its standard product warranty for its PLUGLESS wireless charging product line.

PLUGLESS systems now carry a standard, comprehensive warranty policy for three years from the date of shipment.   This product warranty extension is not only offered to future customers, but is also retroactive for all customers who have purchased the PLUGLESS charging system since general public sales began in early 2014.”

New buyers are encouraged by a 45 Day Any-Reason Return Policy, which provides peace of mind if the unit does not meet expectations (the system can be returned for a full refund, including refund of the cost of shipping both ways).

Rebecca Hough, Evatran CEO and Co-Founder said:

“We’ve heard our customers tell us that what they appreciate most in the market is a reliable EV charging system – wireless or corded. We’ve always offered a 100% satisfaction guarantee to our customers, and we’ve designed our product to the strictest durability and safety testing available in the market. So we’re making it official for all of our customers and retroactively extending our current one-year warranty to a standard three-year warranty on all of our products. I believe PLUGLESS is not only the most innovative and convenient charging system on the market but also the most dependable.”

“PLUGLESS Wireless EV charging has proven successful at homes and businesses for several years now.  We are happy to take any perceived risk to trying PLUGLESS off our customers’ shoulders and put it on ours.  What’s been seen consistently is that when someone tries PLUGLESS, they keep it.”

Evatran offers its 3.3 kW PLUGLESS for three models on the market: Nissan LEAF, Chevrolet Volt and Cadillac ELR.

Cost of PLUGLESS varies depending on the model:

PLUGLESS pricing

PLUGLESS pricing

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9 Comments on "Evatran Extends Warranty Of PLUGLESS Wireless Charging System"

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These are not going to fit on EV’s with sealed, flat bottoms…

Why not? I have seen the Plugless Power on a Leaf and it fits just fine.

I love the idea and a warranty extension is great and the price is not bad. Anyone have experience with how easy they are to use?

If they are easy to install and use, then all these products need is a manufacturer to sell a popular BEV that comes equipped to use them.

I’ve had mine since april 2014.
I’ve had a software update last december and the system has been working flawlesly ever since.
Installation under the car has to be done by a dealer and home install has to be done by a dedicated electrician.

The system is really easy to use but, if your driveway is asphalt, you will want to move the ground pad once in a while because parking at the exact same place every day will eventually cause divots in the asphalt, thus lowering the car and reducing the gap between the ground pad and the receiver under the car, then you get the number ”08” error from the system.
That means the system is detecting metal (bottom of the car, gap too small between emitter and receiver), That’s been my experience.

If you want a good reliable wireless EVSE equipment, this is the one.
If i ever buy a Tesla, this would be the first thing i would add to it whitout any hesitation.
With the last update from Tesla, my car would park itself and start charging ALONE!
I don’t miss the plug at all, neither does my wife!

Dr. Miguelito Loveless

Nice, but what is the efficiency rate compared to hardwired?

Typically 86% to 90% compared to 98% for hardwire.

Forgot to post this, here’s a video of my install:

Nice video. How about parking mat pads to help with the divots issue?

Those could help but i really dont need them cause, like i said, i just move the pad a little bit every month.
Tks, Scott, it’s a good idea for the future, i’ll see this summer if i need them, but, anyways, i’m looking to buy a house in the mountains in Sutton so, i’ll see what i need when i move to my maple producing paradise!