Boltz Pro Phone Charger

Boltz Pro Charger Reviews – 4 Things To Know About This Phone Charger!

Can Boltz Pro Phone Charger charge your phone from 0% to 100% in just 15 minutes? or is it another scam meant to rip you off? Read this review to find out!

With online scams springing up every day, we have taken the responsibility of reviewing products, stores, websites e.t.c in order to save you from making wrong decisions.

Our Review of this product serves as an eyeopener. We hope it meets you well, and on time.

Boltz Pro Phone Charger- Is It Worth It?

One of the reasons why this device is the rave of the internet is because of the Innovative middle school teacher story ‘Kathy’ and the claim that this charger reverses phone aging and extend battery life.

However, when you dig beneath all the so called positive reviews online, you’d see that there are no genuine customer reviews of this product. The seemingly positive reviews were written by affiliate marketers who don’t care if the product actually works or not. What they are after, is their commission at the end of the day.

It is true that this website seems legit, however what you should be worried about is if this phone charger will actually charge your phone fast without having any damages?

What You Should Know About Boltz Pro Cell Phone Charger!

Though there are lots of positive reviews about this fast charging device, they are not telling you the exact truth about the product. Below are reasons why the Boltz Pro charger is not a good option-

False Claims

The claim that this charger can charge your phone from 0% to 100% in just 15mins is totally false. First of all, on the website yourboltzpro.com the images of the charger carries the word ‘BoltzPro’ but from the videos used for advertising the charger is a Chinese product called QuickCharge US Adaptor.

Customers who bought the Boltz Pro Charger confirmed it doesn’t charge phone fast as it claims, and that it is in fact a Chinese product.

The image below shows the experience a customer had when he bought the Boltz Pro charger.

Boltz Pro Charger Reviews [March] 2021

Expensive Price

BolzPro is selling the charger for almost $22. The product itself is ‘QuickCharge’, when you check on Aliexpress it is been sold for as low as $4. Boltz Pro bought these chargers from the Chinese market, branded it ‘Boltz Pro’, did a ton of advertising with the Middle school story, and now want you to buy it for $22 whereas it can be gotten for far cheaper prices elsewhere.

The price difference is huge.

Fake Customer Reviews

The positive reviews online, both that of Youtube and Blogs, are all fake. This is because they were almost the same contents, copy and pasted with slight difference.

Also, We have seen this kinds of reviews and the exact device many times, and of a truth they are all the same. They don’t work. You can check this review here to see for yourself.

Does Boltz Pro Charger Really Work?

The answer to the question is complicated.

What you should know is this ”Yes some chargers are fast, but they create two problems. Number one, HEAT. Boltz Pro uses 3 amp, 3 amps are known to heat up and destroys batteries. Number two, kills the phone’s battery. The claim that Boltz Pro would reverses battery aging and damage is totally false.

Fast chargers DO NOT reverse battery aging. There is no way a charger that is hot from being charged with 3 amp would fix any internal problems in your phone.

There is absolutely no proof or guarantee. Just pure sales tactic to make you buy the product.

Is Boltz Pro A Scam?

From our findings, Boltz Pro phone charger is not a genuine product. Customers who bought this fast charger complained that it comes with NO instructions and doesn’t charge fast as claimed. Also, it doesn’t look anything like the information given by the supposed middle school teacher that says she invented it. The box has the inscription ‘Made in China’. There is no mention of ‘Boltz Pro’ anywhere.

Have you purchased Boltz Pro Charger? Is it worth the price? Please share your experience in the comment section!

22 comments

  1. I received mine and as you claimed above, all of the following are true:
    It comes with NO instructions
    It doesn’t charge fast as claimed.
    It doesn’t look anything like the information given by the supposed middle school teacher that says she invented it.
    The box has the inscription ‘Made in China’.
    There is no mention of ‘Boltz Pro’ anywhere.
    I usually research things before I purchase, but for some reason I didn’t do so this time. Let’s see if I get my money back. Their website claims they offer a 30 day refund. I bet not.

  2. The ad I saw said an MIT student named Christina invented BoltzPro and this website said it started with a schoolteacher named Kathy. This truly makes me believe it’s a scam!!

    1. The fictional story & main character in their latest (I’m assuming) bait on the hook is Lisa Fann. A former employee of Apple who discovered Apple’s nefarious plan to Downgrade Apple phones through Upgrades! There’s an “Establishing Shot” (Hollywood term) of Apple HQ & a silent, intermittent video of “Lisa Fann” blowing the whistle (lips moving, different locations & conveniently not a word heard from her mouth or even captions. “Lisa” could have been talking about her future escape from CCP or her classes at college!

  3. Just got mine today. At 20% charge I plugged it in and after 10% charge it took just under 7 minutes, then with factory charger after 10 minutes charge it took 6 1/2 minutes. Do the math.
    Called seller and their response was wait till phone is at 0 % then try again!

    Not a total rip off , cause it still charges for now. Should be more careful in the future.

    Thank you

  4. Product fell apart after 4 uses & gives off shocks! refused to replace or refund because I have had it 30 days!! RIP OFF!!!!! Refuse to help me.

  5. Purchased a fast charger– no way — went back to old charger called asked for refund they said it would cost more to return it than I paid ?? then they said the refund would only be $18.00 what a rip off..

  6. Newest ad claims it was invented by a team of disgruntled former Apple engineers. Looks exactly the samecas a “Quick Charge 3.0” I bought last year, which works no better or worse than chargers that came with my various devices. A no-buy, IMO.

  7. I bought the Bolzpro charger a couple of months ago. When I hooked it up to my iPhone 11 6 and it didn’t charge my phone. I called the company and spoke to a sales rep there. Asked her why the charger would not perform as promised. She then told me that the Bolzpro would not charge an iPhone 11 6 1. I decided then and there to let the world know that I had been scammed.

  8. Has anyone successfully gotten their money back? I am thinking about returning mine but I don’t want to send it back and then not get the money back. Although it does not perform as stated it is usable just very overpriced. I would rather keep it than pay shipping to send it back for no refund.

  9. Buyer beware. I charged my smart speaker and the tip of the charging cord MELTED into the charging port in the speaker. My brand new $180 speaker is now worthless as is the cord. DON’T buy this product. The claims being made that it charges fast and doesn’t overheat are false. I called and they offered to refund my money for the charger but were going to call me back in 24 hours about whether or not they would cover the cost of a new speaker. It’s been 48 hours and of course no call. I am not happy.

  10. I bought one and I have t had any problems at all. It does charge my phone faster and the charge lasts longer. I don’t know what to tell you.

  11. My thanks to those who posted to let everyone know this thing is a rip off. The ad I saw was of a “former Apple employee named Lisa” who gathered other former Apple employees to form the company. These people have no shame.

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