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Anker PowerPort III 30W Type-C charger / Power Delivery / IQ 3.0 - £18.99 For All Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Posted 2nd Aug
Last time this was at £22.99, although they appear to have dropped it to £20.99 + £2 off when you collect the voucher on site > Add to basket. Same price for both Prime and Non Prime members.

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  • High-Speed Charging - From iPhone to Samsung to USB-C laptops and more, Anker's signature PowerIQ 3.0 technology delivers full-speed charging to virtually any device.
  • Universal Compatibility - Works flawlessly with nearly all mobile USB-C devices, and other laptops, tablets and more at full 30W speed.
  • Ultra-Compact - 30% smaller than a stock MacBook charger.
  • Premium Build - The smooth matte exterior, glossy detailing around the port face, and cool blue LED provide an elite look and feel.
  • What You Get - PowerPort III mini, welcome guide, our worry-free 18-month warranty, and friendly customer service.
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Paid 12.99 a couple weeks back for the same item
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Hot, I really want the black
I wonder if this would be a better buy since it comes with more ports

amazon.co.uk/Cha…L69
Paid 12.99 a couple weeks back for the same item
ah_heng02/08/2019 16:33

I wonder if this would be a better buy since it comes with more ports I wonder if this would be a better buy since it comes with more ports https://www.amazon.co.uk/Charger-RAVPower-Delivery-Desktop-Charging-Black/dp/B078WQ6L69


If you need more ports maybe, it's also a bit bulkier and while RAVPower is a good brand, Anker is better.
amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1


Same brand Anker charger but this has more ports and same price and from amazon. I have one and it’s super. Great as can useusb and other together
Edited by: "ppatto" 3rd Aug
Paid £9.89 for this on 26th May , think they had a voucher on it or some sort of lightning deal, great charger that the misses uses with a certified USB c > lightning cable to quick charge her iPhone XS Max
Cavs02/08/2019 15:44

Hot, I really want the black


Thats what she said
Worth noting that if you are using for a Macbook, it will charge slower than the standard charger unless you have an AIR. Would fully recommend though but check first if you're bothered about fast changing. I have a similar third party 87W for my Macbook Pro which works a treat.
Edited by: "ajay87" 5th Aug
ppatto03/08/2019 16:44

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B07GSNZJ8R/ref=ya_aw_oh_bia_dp?ie=UTF8&psc=1Same brand Anker charger but this has more ports and same price and from amazon. I have one and it’s super. Great as can useusb and other together


Depends what people want I suppose. The one you linked to only has 18W PD whereas the one in this deal is 30W PD.
amazon.co.uk/Ank…1-8


Same product £16.99? Anker USB Type-C with Power Delivery 30W Same brand, same design, same single port 30w USB C output.
Ben_W05/08/2019 17:12

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Anker-Delivery-Charger-PowerPort-Samsung/dp/B07GNDRDTQ/ref=sr_1_8?keywords=pd+charger&qid=1565021400&s=electronics&sr=1-8Same product £16.99? Anker USB Type-C with Power Delivery 30W Same brand, same design, same single port 30w USB C output.


The one listed also does QuickCharge (which is different to PD). It will depend heavily on what devices people want to use with it. I just have apple stuff for instance so I’m just interested in PD at the moment so yours would be just as good for me, but there is a difference.
Highly recommend getting a GaN charger or waiting till there are more GaN chargers on the UK market. Much smaller, run much cooler and are more efficient. The Anker versions don't seem to be out in the UK yet, which is a shame as a PD 2 would be just what I need.
Ben_W05/08/2019 17:12

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Anker-Delivery-Charger-PowerPort-Samsung/dp/B07GNDRDTQ/ref=sr_1_8?keywords=pd+charger&qid=1565021400&s=electronics&sr=1-8Same product £16.99? Anker USB Type-C with Power Delivery 30W Same brand, same design, same single port 30w USB C output.


The one for 18.99 has a smaller form factor than this one if that matters to anyone. I believe it is a newer iteration of the charger.
Says it will work on IPhones going back as far as 6 plus, can they Benefit from this? I know it’s 30w max, but how much can an older 6 plus draw.... how many times faster than an apple supplied charger would this be? Kind reg
DealBandit106/08/2019 10:09

The one for 18.99 has a smaller form factor than this one if that matters …The one for 18.99 has a smaller form factor than this one if that matters to anyone. I believe it is a newer iteration of the charger.


The difference is one supports QC and PD, whereas the other one only supports PD.
ah_heng02/08/2019 16:33

I wonder if this would be a better buy since it comes with more ports I wonder if this would be a better buy since it comes with more ports https://www.amazon.co.uk/Charger-RAVPower-Delivery-Desktop-Charging-Black/dp/B078WQ6L69


Its 60w spread across the 5 ports, whereas the anker one is for fast charging devices
kasam164006/08/2019 18:48

Its 60w spread across the 5 ports, whereas the anker one is for fast …Its 60w spread across the 5 ports, whereas the anker one is for fast charging devices


All valid points But since I’m looking for one for my travelling so that I don’t have to carry so many different types of charger. QC not so impt for me since I’m leaving it to charge overnight anyway. I’ve just got the other one that I’ve listed. Will update once I’ve open it up.
Stitch12305/08/2019 17:22

The one listed also does QuickCharge (which is different to PD). It will …The one listed also does QuickCharge (which is different to PD). It will depend heavily on what devices people want to use with it. I just have apple stuff for instance so I’m just interested in PD at the moment so yours would be just as good for me, but there is a difference.


Unless I'm mistaken, I believe that PD is backwards compatible with QC. In other words, if it supports PD, it also supports QC, so the cheaper one with PD should be a better deal.
edanfalls06/08/2019 23:01

Unless I'm mistaken, I believe that PD is backwards compatible with QC. In …Unless I'm mistaken, I believe that PD is backwards compatible with QC. In other words, if it supports PD, it also supports QC, so the cheaper one with PD should be a better deal.


You’re mistaken.

aukey.com/what_makes_pd_different

androidauthority.com/usb-power-delivery-806266/

QC4 will support PD (one of the benefits of QC4) but the chargers being discussed here aren’t QC4.

From looking a bit further there seems to be hardly any devices that actually support QC4 at this time. Qualcomm have a list on their site:
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Edited by: "Stitch123" 7th Aug
Stitch12307/08/2019 06:57

You’re m …You’re mistaken.aukey.com/what_makes_pd_differentandroidauthority.com/usb-power-delivery-806266/QC4 will support PD (one of the benefits of QC4) but the chargers being discussed here aren’t QC4.From looking a bit further there seems to be hardly any devices that actually support QC4 at this time. Qualcomm have a list on their site:[Image]


My comment was about PD being backwards compatible with QC (not sure which version), not the other way round.

Edit: Looking into it, that does seem to be the case up to QC 3.0 - PD can negotiate every voltage/amperage combination that QC can, but not the other way round.
edanfalls07/08/2019 08:21

My comment was about PD being backwards compatible with QC (not sure which …My comment was about PD being backwards compatible with QC (not sure which version), not the other way round.Edit: Looking into it, that does seem to be the case up to QC 3.0 - PD can negotiate every voltage/amperage combination that QC can, but not the other way round.


That may be the case but most receiving devices will either accept PD or QC. I can’t fast charge my iPhone with a QC charger, and I can’t fast charge my wife’s HTC10 with my PD charger.
Stitch12307/08/2019 08:45

That may be the case but most receiving devices will either accept PD or …That may be the case but most receiving devices will either accept PD or QC. I can’t fast charge my iPhone with a QC charger, and I can’t fast charge my wife’s HTC10 with my PD charger.


The iPhone makes sense, because QC below 4.0 isn't backwards compatible with PD. But since PD is backwards compatible with QC, you would expect the HTC 10 to charge correctly over PD. It works OK here: gtrusted.com/htc…ter

So it may be an issue with your charger not confirming to standards or being broken.
edanfalls07/08/2019 09:08

The iPhone makes sense, because QC below 4.0 isn't backwards compatible …The iPhone makes sense, because QC below 4.0 isn't backwards compatible with PD. But since PD is backwards compatible with QC, you would expect the HTC 10 to charge correctly over PD. It works OK here: https://gtrusted.com/htc-10-supports-usb-power-delivery-charging-with-the-huawei-24w-usb-c-power-adapterSo it may be an issue with your charger not confirming to standards or being broken.


Maybe an issue my end then but that arrivals does say the HTC is compatible with both ‘The HTC 10 phone comes with a Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 enabled charger but also supports USB Power Delivery charging.‘ In my view that doesn’t suggest backward compatibility just that the phone is made to support both methods.

What I don’t understand is why out of the many many posts on here about QC vs PD why this has not been bought up before. Have you got a link that suggests there is definite backward compatibility (as opposed to some devices being compatible with both)? For future reference for future posts.
USB-C comes along and we think hurrah, PD, now we can charge everything from one port, universally!

Except no, we have to suffer QC PD WTF BBQ 1 2 3
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