Anker Premium 5-Port 60W USB Wall Charger PowerPort Speed PD 5 USB-C Power Delivery 19.99 @ Amazon
517°Expired

Anker Premium 5-Port 60W USB Wall Charger PowerPort Speed PD 5 USB-C Power Delivery 19.99 @ Amazon

43
Found 14th JanEdited by:"charlie12"
New model - PowerPort Speed PD 5
30W USB-C Power Delivery for iPhone 8/X fast charging with the correct cable.
For non-Prime members, add a 1p SIM card for free delivery
On 15th January only, add the Anker powerbank E1(5200mah) to the order and get them both for £27.78 (thanks Winchman)
Community Updates

Groups

Top comments
andybarnes31 m ago

Any idea what the difference is to this one? …Any idea what the difference is to this one? https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01C89H12K/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_U87wAbKPVM46B


What are the differences between PowerPort Speed PD 5, PowerPort+ 5 USB-C?
1. The input of all chargers are the same (AC 100-240V). For the output, the total output of PowerPort Speed PD 5 and PowerPort+ 5 Ports USB-C is 60W (USB Power Delivery Output: 5V==3A/9V==3A/15V==2A/20V==1.5A; PowerIQ Output: 5V==6A, 2.4A max for each port).
2. PowerPort Speed PD 5 is a newer product with an upgraded design and integrated circuit (IC), making it more compatible with more devices. 3. Only PowerPort Speed PD 5 has a blue LED indicator. The other two chargers do not have an LED.

Interesting to note that the title of the one the op is posting about is the '+' version even though the pictures and description are from the newer 'speed' version, hopefully they will send the 'speed' version....

anker.com/pro…111

anker.com/pro…111
Edited by: "winchman" 14th Jan
43 Comments
I just bought two of these, received them yesterday. Perfect for charging new Macbook.
Thanks!
Is this also good for Samsung devices or better to look for one with qc?
luvadealme11 m ago

Is this also good for Samsung devices or better to look for one with qc?


That depends on the device.

It's worth pointing out that Qualcomm's Quickcharge 4+ requires a device support USB-PD (up to 27W draw) so hopefully that marks the end of third party power standards and everything will be able to use USB-PD in future.
EndlessWaves1 m ago

That depends on the device. It's worth pointing out that Qualcomm's …That depends on the device. It's worth pointing out that Qualcomm's Quickcharge 4+ requires a device support USB-PD (up to 27W draw) so hopefully that marks the end of third party power standards and everything will be able to use USB-PD in future.


We have note 8 and s7 phones. Plus all the usual, iPad, Lenovo tablet, kindle...
andybarnes11 m ago

Any idea what the difference is to this one? …Any idea what the difference is to this one? https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01C89H12K/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_U87wAbKPVM46B



at first glance, it just looks cosmetic, its still 60w, and its still got a PD port on it
andybarnes31 m ago

Any idea what the difference is to this one? …Any idea what the difference is to this one? https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01C89H12K/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_U87wAbKPVM46B


What are the differences between PowerPort Speed PD 5, PowerPort+ 5 USB-C?
1. The input of all chargers are the same (AC 100-240V). For the output, the total output of PowerPort Speed PD 5 and PowerPort+ 5 Ports USB-C is 60W (USB Power Delivery Output: 5V==3A/9V==3A/15V==2A/20V==1.5A; PowerIQ Output: 5V==6A, 2.4A max for each port).
2. PowerPort Speed PD 5 is a newer product with an upgraded design and integrated circuit (IC), making it more compatible with more devices. 3. Only PowerPort Speed PD 5 has a blue LED indicator. The other two chargers do not have an LED.

Interesting to note that the title of the one the op is posting about is the '+' version even though the pictures and description are from the newer 'speed' version, hopefully they will send the 'speed' version....

anker.com/pro…111

anker.com/pro…111
Edited by: "winchman" 14th Jan
luvadealme36 m ago

We have note 8 and s7 phones. Plus all the usual, iPad, Lenovo tablet, …We have note 8 and s7 phones. Plus all the usual, iPad, Lenovo tablet, kindle...


The Smart ports will supply 5V @ 2A which is ‘fast’ in my book but not for some impatient people on this site (who complain when it doesn’t have actual Qualcomm QC). If you plug a Samsung into this it will state ‘fast charging’ on the display, just as if you use a Samsung 2A AFC wall charger, at least that’s what my S7 did when I had one. You’re paying a slight premium for the PD port but that’s a price worth paying IMO
Thanks OP.

Great price for a USB-C PD 60W charger!
plewis0035 m ago

The Smart ports will supply 5V @ 2A which is ‘fast’ in my book but not for …The Smart ports will supply 5V @ 2A which is ‘fast’ in my book but not for some impatient people on this site (who complain when it doesn’t have actual Qualcomm QC). If you plug a Samsung into this it will state ‘fast charging’ on the display, just as if you use a Samsung 2A AFC wall charger, at least that’s what my S7 did when I had one. You’re paying a slight premium for the PD port but that’s a price worth paying IMO


Cheers, this will couple nicely with one of the 26800 usb-c pd powerbanks right?
shame no QC
Can it be used for the Macbook Pro with Touch bar? How fast does it charge?
bullwinkler5 m ago

Can it be used for the Macbook Pro with Touch bar? How fast does it charge?


I have a sneaky suspicion it doesn’t but I’m curious to know this too
mksst2 m ago

I have a sneaky suspicion it doesn’t but I’m curious to know this too


gtrusted.com/how…016

so so according to this it should work
mksst15 m ago

I have a sneaky suspicion it doesn’t but I’m curious to know this too


I use the old one with my MacBook Pro - it charges but slowly
bullwinkler38 m ago

Can it be used for the Macbook Pro with Touch bar? How fast does it charge?


This is 20V 1.5A(30w) which will be on the low side for the Pro, so it will work, but slowly. I believe the Pro is provided with 60w charger or bigger. support.apple.com/en-…700
Edited by: "winchman" 14th Jan
winchman11 m ago

This is 20V 1.5A(30w) which will be on the low side for the Pro, so it …This is 20V 1.5A(30w) which will be on the low side for the Pro, so it will work, but slowly. I believe the Pro is provided with 60w charger or bigger. https://support.apple.com/en-vn/HT201700


60 or 87 watts on 13 vs 15 I reckon
winchman8 h, 44 m ago

This is 20V 1.5A(30w) which will be on the low side for the Pro, so it …This is 20V 1.5A(30w) which will be on the low side for the Pro, so it will work, but slowly. I believe the Pro is provided with 60w charger or bigger. https://support.apple.com/en-vn/HT201700


Those chargers will be overspecced so that when somebody plugs a leaf blower into a USB port the battery doesn't start draining. By how much, who can say. I think about 30W is probably fine though given the CPUs are 15W.

*edit* my mistake, they use 28W CPUs. Probably best to have a 45W or higher charger.
Edited by: "CampGareth" 15th Jan
I use a 50w one to power my touchpad macbook pro - pretty much keeps it from going lower when plugged in and using but does charge when not using it - really slow though
Will the usb c pd quick charge the iPhone 8 ?
winchman11 h, 8 m ago

This is 20V 1.5A(30w) which will be on the low side for the Pro, so it …This is 20V 1.5A(30w) which will be on the low side for the Pro, so it will work, but slowly. I believe the Pro is provided with 60w charger or bigger. https://support.apple.com/en-vn/HT201700


Can I ask where you saw the 20V 1.5A data on this? Not that I don't believe you I just can't see that in black and white on the Amazon listing.

Just to say I bought the PowerAdd charger (same setup as this really) and it's USB C PD charge maxes out at 30W also and this charges my 2017 MBP 13 no problem at all. When it's off it charges to full in around 90-120mins and when it's on it will still charge pretty fast unless I'm hammering the CPU with Lightroom or Football Manager but even then it still charges. It's a great spare to have from the boxed charger and it's definitely handy for travelling as it does all my devices and I no longer need to pack separate phone and MacBook chargers.
Edited by: "GMac11" 15th Jan
I hope this isn't powerful to charge the new macbook pro 13" with touchbar because yesterday I ordered the Apple 61W charger for £61
GMac1144 m ago

Can I ask where you saw the 20V 1.5A data on this? Not that I don't …Can I ask where you saw the 20V 1.5A data on this? Not that I don't believe you I just can't see that in black and white on the Amazon listing.Just to say I bought the PowerAdd charger (same setup as this really) and it's USB C PD charge maxes out at 30W also and this charges my 2017 MBP 13 no problem at all. When it's off it charges to full in around 90-120mins and when it's on it will still charge pretty fast unless I'm hammering the CPU with Lightroom or Football Manager but even then it still charges. It's a great spare to have from the boxed charger and it's definitely handy for travelling as it does all my devices and I no longer need to pack separate phone and MacBook chargers.


anker.com/pro…111
In the FAQ, the second to last question:
What are the differences between PowerPort Speed PD 5, PowerPort+ 5 USB-C, and PowerPort 5 USB-C?
1. The input of all three chargers are the same (AC 100-240V).
For the output, the total output of PowerPort Speed PD 5 and PowerPort+ 5 Ports USB-C is 60W (USB Power Delivery Output: 5V==3A/9V==3A/15V==2A/20V==1.5A; PowerIQ Output: 5V==6A, 2.4A max for each port).

2. PowerPort Speed PD 5 is a newer product with an upgraded design and integrated circuit (IC), making it more compatible with more devices. 3. Only PowerPort Speed PD 5 has a blue LED indicator. The other two chargers do not have an LED.

More info on their forum. Although people seem to mix the + and speed chargers and comments making it more difficult.
community.anker.com/t/p…892

community.anker.com/t/p…252
Edited by: "winchman" 15th Jan
winchman26 m ago

https://www.anker.com/products/variant/PowerPort-Speed-PD-5-Ports/A2056111In the FAQ, the second to last question:What are the differences between PowerPort Speed PD 5, PowerPort+ 5 USB-C, and PowerPort 5 USB-C?1. The input of all three chargers are the same (AC 100-240V). For the output, the total output of PowerPort Speed PD 5 and PowerPort+ 5 Ports USB-C is 60W (USB Power Delivery Output: 5V==3A/9V==3A/15V==2A/20V==1.5A; PowerIQ Output: 5V==6A, 2.4A max for each port).2. PowerPort Speed PD 5 is a newer product with an upgraded design and integrated circuit (IC), making it more compatible with more devices. 3. Only PowerPort Speed PD 5 has a blue LED indicator. The other two chargers do not have an LED.More info on their forum. Although people seem to mix the + and speed chargers and comments making it more difficult.http://community.anker.com/t/powerport-speed-pd-5-ports-review/55892http://community.anker.com/t/powerport-speed-pd-5/55252


Cheers for that. I was actually looking at this charger for a good while but the PowerAdd one I got was cheaper at the time and it came with a USB C-C cable which saved a few £££. I thought I was sacrificing Wattage by going with the PowerAdd as I thought this Anker was full 60W via the USB C PD so I'm glad I went with the one I have in the end.
mldaw55 m ago

I hope this isn't powerful to charge the new macbook pro 13" with touchbar …I hope this isn't powerful to charge the new macbook pro 13" with touchbar because yesterday I ordered the Apple 61W charger for £61


The 61W charger that Apple supply as far as I can tell is really only to charge the MacBook quickly, or maybe to provide power to your peripherals if you have a lot attached. If like me you sit with the MacBook at your desk plugged in most of the day then this 30W charger will be no problem at all, heck even my Pixel XL 18W charger keeps my MacBook topped up throughout my day's usage.
amazon.co.uk/gp/…HQ/


Add the Anker powerbank E1(5200mah) to the order and get them both for £27.78.
GMac1116 m ago

The 61W charger that Apple supply as far as I can tell is really only to …The 61W charger that Apple supply as far as I can tell is really only to charge the MacBook quickly, or maybe to provide power to your peripherals if you have a lot attached. If like me you sit with the MacBook at your desk plugged in most of the day then this 30W charger will be no problem at all, heck even my Pixel XL 18W charger keeps my MacBook topped up throughout my day's usage.


Thank you, I really appreciate your response. I have emailed to cancel my order, if they cancel it I will order one of these. I didn't realise it would charge on less power, I thought apple may have created some handshake between the charger and the mac to verify power before charging starts. I leave my apple charge in my office at work, so all I need is a charger for home for rare use.
For Samsung owners needing fast charge i would suggest the AUKEY 6 way, it comes with 2 x FC and 4 Normal
obsydian2 h, 4 m ago

For Samsung owners needing fast charge i would suggest the AUKEY 6 way, it …For Samsung owners needing fast charge i would suggest the AUKEY 6 way, it comes with 2 x FC and 4 Normal


Hi, do you have a link? Was after something like this one but with atleast QC2.0 for one USB port
I have had these devices from both Anker And Aukey and they seem to have a limited life span both my products expired after 6+ months and there have been lots of reports of Ankers failing and owners being given free replacements without having to return faulty product. Me I could not be bothered and got a good one from Banggood for about a tenner
soldierboy00129 m ago

I have had these devices from both Anker And Aukey and they seem to have a …I have had these devices from both Anker And Aukey and they seem to have a limited life span both my products expired after 6+ months and there have been lots of reports of Ankers failing and owners being given free replacements without having to return faulty product. Me I could not be bothered and got a good one from Banggood for about a tenner


Have you got a link? Which make/wattage?
luvadealme21 h, 3 m ago

Cheers, this will couple nicely with one of the 26800 usb-c pd powerbanks …Cheers, this will couple nicely with one of the 26800 usb-c pd powerbanks right?


Sorry Guys, any thoughts on my later question?
I had an earlier white version of this and 2 of the ports stopped working in the 3 years I've had it.

Think mine was assembled by Leo W Anker.

So far, my £6 Aldi one working fine
What's on the other end of the cable ?
Its arrived and its definitely the speed PD version regardless of the wrong title in the Amazon listing..
OP, please check the deal is expired
winchman20 h, 42 m ago

Have you got a link? Which make/wattage?


Sorry I have not due to Banggood changing their sellers but go on to site and see who has them available now.
soldierboy00122 m ago

Sorry I have not due to Banggood changing their sellers but go on to site …Sorry I have not due to Banggood changing their sellers but go on to site and see who has them available now.


banggood.com/Bli…tml
I did find this single one with an Aussie plug for £9
It is working charging my macbook pro 13" with touch bar. I'm really glad I cancelled my genuine apple charger order.
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text