It seems to be a crapshoot: three attempts to replace my wife's at home (2009 MacBook Pro.) First one failed after two weeks (cable loose at the magsafe end) second one buzzed and heated up considerably right out of the package. Third on appears to be "Apple brand" (many advertise that but this one had the Apple tag and part #) and has been fine. I think it was $10 more than the others, which put it at ~$40. Still a bargain compared to Apple's price! Must have fallen off a truck in China somewhere... I'll find out where she got it. *Eric Hall* *Technology Integration Specialist* *Mount Mansfield Union High School* *Chittenden East SU* *No trees were injured in the creation of this message, but a significant number of electrons were inconvenienced.* On Fri, Dec 13, 2013 at 7:58 AM, Keith Puffer <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > Anyone have suggestions as to non-Apple AC adapter replacements? Adapters > to avoid or consider? > > Not really looking for brand, as there are lots out there, but more if > anyone has had poor experiences with purchasing non-Apple replacements. > > (MacBooks and MacBook Pros, older and newer) > > Thanks. > > Keith > > -- > Keith Puffer > Technology Coordinator > Washington West Supervisory Union > 340 Mad River Park, Suite 7 > Waitsfield, VT 05673 > 802-496-5486 > Fax: 802-496-6515 > GoogleVoice: 802-870-0630 > > -- This e-mail may contain information protected under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). If this e-mail contains student information and you are not entitled to access such information under FERPA, please notify the sender. Federal regulations require that you destroy this e-mail without reviewing it and you may not forward it to anyone.