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Posted 19 June 2023

Anker Plug with 1 USB C + 1 USB A IQ 32W 2 Port USB Charger with 20W Power Delivery Adapter £12.99 @ Dispatches Amazon Sold by AnkerDirect

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- Fast Charging: Charge the iPhone 13 series to 50% in just 25 minutes—that’s up to 3× faster than with an original 5W charger.
- Two-in-One: With 1 USB-C Power Delivery port, and 1 PowerIQ USB-A port, you’re ready to charge two of your devices simultaneously.
- Ultra-Compact: All this power comes installed in a pocket-friendly compact body, to go wherever the journey takes you.
- Universal Compatibility: Charge virtually all your mobile devices at maximum speed with USB-C and standard USB input.
- What You Get: PowerPort PD 2 USB C Plug, welcome guide, our worry-free 18-month warranty, and friendly customer service (cable not included).
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  1. ajpwright's avatar
    Is this a better buy?


    A little bit more expensive, BUT foldable & portable and the footprint / size means you can use it on any socket without the overhang blocking other sockets...

    Welcome the comments and feedback!
    EDIT: and no glowing Blue Light (edited)
    SpudUK's avatar
    Actually ordered the one you linked last night before seeing this deal. Ordered this one too now for the office, I can possibly update once both arrive for feedback? (edited)
  2. deleted2936900's avatar
    Maybe I'm being thick, but shouldn't it be 4x faster if 20w delivery over 5w?
    chunster's avatar
    5W vs 5W is 0x faster.
    10W vs 5W is 1x faster (twice as fast}
    15W vs 5W is 2x faster
    20W vs 5W is 3x faster
  3. DCC123's avatar
    I have this, and it’s a decent charger. Only downside is the massive blue light on it that you can’t turn off.
    Definitely not intended as a bedroom charger, unless you want a nightlight too.
    BodenWRX's avatar
    A piece of duct tape is your friend in that situation.
  4. vbhatt3's avatar
    Anker charges are brilliant and reliable, I had this for a couple of years for fast charging my iPhone/iPad using the USB-C port and then old USB-A port for my old Apple Watch Charger. I no longer use it as I've upgraded my watch and moved to the Anker 2xUSB-C fast charger.

    Good bit of kit if you still have to charge new and legacy devices using the older USB-A style.
  5. dan444's avatar
    Is this good for a nothing phone (1)?
    If not anything more suitable?
    Deal_HUNT3R's avatar
    Check the Samsung 25W charger for 9 quid
  6. R37R0's avatar
    i am looking for a multi charger to take away with me on holiday to charge my ipad mini 6 and redmi note 9 and traditionally I have gone for the cheapy multi-chargers which inevitably only last a few years.

    How reliable are these?
  7. squawkbox's avatar
    Just be aware, as others have highlighted, this charger is a little bit older now. You can get much newer, smaller chargers that don't have the blue light on constantly! Personally, I'd look for something a bit more modern from Anker.

    Although in support of it, I have this and it has never missed a beat for me. (edited)
  8. Skewen's avatar
    Back in stock at this price
  9. dudedude's avatar
    very poor buy compared to the other one for £2 more.

    * very bulky, this alone makes the £2 saving a poor deal
    * 20W USB C + 12W USB A vs 33W USBC or 33W USBA, or 20W + 12W simultaneously
    * no 12V, 15V or 20V voltage
    * 20W vs 33W means the difference between being able to charge lightweight laptops, and er not, as does the total lack of anything over 9V output on this
    * blue light
    * less efficient

    I bought a cheapo 20W charger for £5.59 with two cables; £13 for this makes no sense at all.
  10. jane34's avatar
    Can this plug be used for a Poco m5s ? Thankyou
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