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ColUSB - USB Power Supply / Adapter for the Colecovision

$39.99
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ColUSB - USB Power Supply / Adapter for the Colecovision

Use your Colecovision with a standard USB connector. Plug and Play!

Use with any USB-C type USB cable plugged into a USB port / wall adapter! 

Includes adpater only, USB-C power cord / plug required.  

 

7 Reviews

  • 5
    ColUSB

    Posted by Reviewer on Jul 28th 2021

    A nice way to replace the murder weapon that is the original ColecoVision power supply with a small adapter and cord you probably around have. Even if your original psu works, this is a nice way to move your system around easily.

  • 3
    Colusb

    Posted by Erik on Jul 23rd 2021

    Why is it never in stock? I want one :(

  • 5
    ColUSB small yet powerful

    Posted by James D on May 28th 2021

    No more huge power supply these things are small. I've been playing Sljther with the roller controller and it works as you'd expect. It is picky about the power but once you get that right it will perfect.

    I highly recommend it and I'm going to buy another for my other CV.

  • 5
    I like it!

    Posted by Unknown on Feb 6th 2021

    This is a nice device that removes the need for the very bulky oem power supply

  • 4
    Works Great Until You know what kind of charger to buy

    Posted by Kevin on Jan 6th 2021

    The COLUSB works great, but there is no information on which type of charger to buy to get the Colecovision to work. Once I got the appropriate charger. My son and I played Mr. Do! for an hour and he loved it!

  • 5
    Great product

    Posted by C.S. McDonald on Sep 28th 2020

    Got this to replace a dodgy original power supply, used a Raspberry Pi USB-C power adapter, works perfectly with my Colecovision.

  • 5
    Brought System Back from the Dead

    Posted by Joe on Sep 25th 2020

    I thought my Colecovision was dead. It powered on, but the screen was white and sound was glitchy. Who would have known it was a faulty power adapter? Plugged in this ColUSB and discovered that my system was in perfect working order again!