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Mobile phone chargers

Mobile phones are considered essential nowadays. But do you know the dangers surrounding fake mobile phone chargers?

1.8 million chargers are bought on-line each year in the UK by mobile phone owners in search of a bargain.

Although it can be cheaper to buy imported, unofficial chargers, fake mobile phone chargers are often made with poor quality components that fail to meet UK safety regulations. This means they can cause injury, electric shocks and even fires.

For specific advice about the importance of using the right chargers for iPhone, Blackberry, Samsung, Nokia, HTC, Motorola, LG and Sony mobile phones, visit the Electrical Safety First website.

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