Is Boltz Pro a Scam? BoltzPro Quick Charging Device Review

Is Boltz Pro a Scam? BoltzPro Quick Charging Device Review

I received Boltz Pro or BoltzPro but all their claims are false. The device does not come with any instructions, it doesn't quick or fast charge, there is no mention of Boltz Pro anywhere in the package. Also, there is no owner's manual on the website. The website says the manual is coming soon. How can you create a device without a manual or a booklet, with basic instructions or warnings?

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Boltz Pro or BoltzPro -


+1 (844) 995-1644

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2345 Vauxhall Rd, Union, NJ 07083

I have also noticed that Boltz Pro has changed their website from to The first website has been taken down. And, Boltz Pro or BoltzPro is similar to a quick charger called Multivoltz, which was a fake.

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  • August 11, 2021 at 11:22 AM by an anonymous user from: San Diego, Carlsbad, California, United States

    They sent me two boltzpros when I ordered only one. At least they did not charge me for the second one! They charged me $45.98 with shipping. Neither device would charge my iPhone! It was not the cord. My regular head with that cord charged just fine. I called the company. They promised to refund me HALF my money, less shipping. We shall see if I get ANYTHING back on my card...

  • July 20, 2021 at 9:59 AM by an anonymous user from: Eugene, Oregon, United States

    All of the claims from boltz pro are completely false and it provides no additional capabilities than a cheap generic 4 port USB wall adapter on amazon. They're marketing a product with impossible capabilities at an outrageous price. They have ran several Google ad campaigns to market their products and have had their accounts ban multiple times and now are currently using an alias of startech news as way to still market their products despite the multiple false claims that they make. One of which being that it can fully charge the latest iPhone in 11 min, and that they're product is able to provide an "actual full charge" which they claim will help improve battery life by as much as 50%. They also claim that It can boost the performance of apps for quicker load and operation times. Finally they claim they can do all this because they've "figured out" how to reverse the effects of planned obsolescence which is an actual issue consumers should be concerned about and the fact that some will associate it with a lying cash grabbing company with no actual product and only claims.


  • June 7, 2021 at 11:26 PM by an anonymous user from: Somerset, Bedminster, New Jersey, United States

    I received 2 of the supposedly “BoltzPro” chargers but they are non-brand chargers and do not quick charge as advertised. I am requesting a full refund!

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