I use it for ... 5h. I had to buy a power supply for my pedals, and I found the Voodoo Pedal Power too expensive, and I was afraid to buy something cheap, that would probably not the road. Yes better: totally niquerait my sound.
So I chose the MOOER Micro Power, 88 € is already 2 times cheaper than the Pedal Power 2. Though it's not worth € 88, it is a power supply after all. The quality / price ratio looks good, since there is nothing to criticize, perhaps a minimum trebles that emerged more than before, but nothing obvious. One thing quite embarrassing (for me who likes the lights dimmed) lights (red, blue up to 8) are really bright. Otherwise, it's pokey, that's cool.
I used it for the first time yesterday, replacing a power supply Gator G-BUS-8 off.
Provides power 8 pedals 9VLT DC, 4 patch + 4 short alim alim long patch + 2 inverters polarities are supplied
Level, no "Hum" to report, 8 slot are used ... does a very good job!
I think my sound is substantially cleaner than the other power supply, a fact confirmed by my bassist .. psychological effect? the truth is out there ..
Very small, as the pedals of the brand, it has easily found its way onto my PB.
Paint and varnish on the metal shell of the PSU have been specially chosen to avoid dirty glare that blinds you slyly on stage ... No beast ... Unfortunately, they screwed 8 blue LEDs on top that they catch your eye as you get cooked retina .. not cool!
I had to put tape over after having lost my left eye.
A good friend will bring back me black nail varnish which, layer after layer, permetra soften those pesky led. (But damn it with black nail polish? I dare not ask him too)
End short, ca liked me too, further isolation, the transformer sector that can easily be replaced unlike the G-Bus-8 ..
So much for your info. if necessary I will edit this review after my experience with this contraption made in china.