Skip to main content

Digital Trends may earn a commission when you buy through links on our site. Why trust us?

Deal: Save $120 on this 25ft, 32-Amp home electric vehicle charger

A man using the Juicebox Electric Vehicle Charger with a Tesla.
Best Buy

I don’t want to go to work. I don’t want to go to the grocery store. I don’t want to go to the gas station. Increasingly, I’m able to skip out on any of these annoyances. With electric vehicles, for instance, you can just plug in your car at home. Well, if you have a home vehicle charger, you can. And with the cutely named Juicebox (no, this isn’t a grocery home delivery deal) you can get all of your charging done at home, on the cheap. Now, through the end of the day, the Juicebox 32-Amp Vehicle Charger is only $459. It’s usually $579, so that means you’re getting a $120 savings. Again, this is only available until 1 AM EST, so you have a little bit of time to grab one, but if you know you need it, do yourself a favor and tap the button below now.

Why you should buy the Juicebox 32-Amp Vehicle Charger

The Juicebox 32-Amp Vehicle Charger is a level 2 smart EV charging station. It’s designed to work with all electric vehicles on the market today (including Tesla, so you don’t have to run out to a Tesla Supercharger) via an adapter. What’s nice about the Juicebox 32-Amp Vehicle Charger is that — unlike a traditional charging station — it’s built to save you money. For example, since it is a smart device, it can be scheduled to charge only when electric grid rates are at their lowest. An app connects to the charger directly, letting you go about your day while your car is charging. You’ll get updates about your car’s progress on the go. JuiceNet, which is the name of the app, can also remind you to charge your car if you ever get lazy about it, too!

So, if you want to increase your life’s convenience, consider grabbing a Juicebox 32-Amp Vehicle Charger today. And we really do mean today. It’s not going off the market or anything, but after 1 AM EST this deal is done, along with your chances to save $120 off the $579 device. So, get your Juicebox 32-Amp Vehicle Charger by 1 AM EST to lock it in at $459. All you need to do is tap the button below. Then, go ahead and look at the best electric cars of 2023, you just saved $120 towards getting one, after all.

Editors' Recommendations

John Alexander
John Alexander is a former ESL teacher, current writer and internet addict, and lacks the wisdom to know what the future…
The Tesla Model Y is far from my favorite EV, but I’m pretty close to buying one
Tesla Model Y One Millionth Car

I may finally be on my way toward buying my first EV. Sure, I've tested dozens of electric car models over the years, but despite that (or perhaps because of it), I have yet to buy one. But my family is growing, and my wife and I aren't so sure about carting our future kids around in an aging car that lacks the safety features of modern vehicles.

Because of the fact that we're expecting our kid in January, we have a bit of a deadline. So what are we leaning toward? Well, despite the fact that it's far from my favorite EV, we may actually end up just getting a Model Y.
Timing makes a difference
If the baby was coming along in a year's time, things might be completely different. There are a few reasons for that.

Read more
Ford Mustang Mach-E Rally kicks up some dirt
Ford Mustang Mach-E Rally driving on a dirt road.

The Ford Mustang Mach-E electric SUV pushed the hallowed Mustang nameplate in a different direction, and it's doing that again with a new performance variant. Debuting in 2024, the Ford Mustang Mach-E Rally is designed for fun on both pavement and dirt.

Rallying is a form of motorsport where drivers compete to set the quickest time over a course — usually a closed road or trail — rather than a dedicated racetrack that includes a variety of surfaces like dirt, gravel, or even snow. Rallying has inspired some epic performance road cars over the years, including the Subaru WRX, Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution, and Ford's own Focus RS, but it's never really been associated with the Mustang.

Read more
BMW scraps its unpopular approach to heated seats
Driver's seat and dashboard of the 2023 BMW iX M60.

BMW caused much consternation last year when it launched a subscription-only option for heated car seats.

The idea of having to pay a monthly fee of $18 to keep your posterior warm during the winter months still seems as absurd as ever, but the good news is that the German automaker has now decided to scrap the fee. What particularly irked customers was that they felt they were being forced to cough up extra for functions that would previously have been expected as standard. The fiasco even prompted a community of hackers to offer their services to unlock the feature for those unwilling to pay extra for it.

Read more