29W USB 3.0/USB-C Dual Port PD Wall Charger Adapter - £9.98 @ Zapals

29W USB 3.0/USB-C Dual Port PD Wall Charger Adapter - £9.98 @ Zapals

Found 9th Dec 2017
This seems a bargain for a tenner with free delivery. From zapals.com

Can be used with the new iPhone 8/8 plus/x

The Dual-Port Wall Charger features USB 3.0 and Type-C ports to charge all your compatible gear including Macbook, iPad Pro, Nexus 5X/6P, Google Pixel etc. And USB-C with Power Delivery enables compatible devices to charge faster at higher voltages.

Reversible Type-c Port with PD
USB-C with 29W Power Delivery efficiently charges compatible devices faster at higher voltages.

USB 3.0 Port
Charge all your USB-A powered gear with 5V 2.4A max output for optimal charging speed.

Multiple Protection
Built-in over-current, over-voltage, over heating, overload, short circuit protection.

Portable Design
Compact and portable design with foldable plug for easy storage and transport.
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Sorry tried to vote hot and pressed cold by accident.. apologies.

Can mods change my vote if possible please?.
I wouldn't buy any USB-C Charger, or cable, unless I was 100% sure it wasn't going to fry my device. They push up to 100Watts, obviously the cable you buy is just as important makeuseof.com/tag…us/

In saying that, the BlitzWolf Chargers (QC 3.0) on Banggood get good feedback - bought and received one two days ago - currently £8.44, got it for £6.20 a few weeks ago:
banggood.com/Bli…ml (comes with a MicroUSB lead in the box, though). Took 2 weeks and 4 days to get to me - Banggood dispatched within a few hours, which is pretty great for a Chinese seller.

Found the BlitzWolf on Amazon UK for nearly the same price I paid for Banggood, give or take 70p or so, £6.99 with Prime hotukdeals.com/dea…126
Edited by: "louiselouise" 9th Dec 2017
I agree with louiselousie, the other day someone posted a RavPower Type C charger, and it failed during testing because it's controller negotiated more power than the charger could actually deliver. HUKD listing here. Thankfully it failed in an unexciting way, but I dread to think what a no-name charger might do.

If you are interested in Type C stuff, Benson Leung (the Google engineer whose laptop was damaged by an out-of-spec cable) and Nathan K are good people to follow.
Looks like you need to add a UK three pin adapter if the image is accurate
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