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Anker USB C Wall Charger, 15W 5V/3A PowerPort C 1 , Super Compact LED Indicator for £6.99Prime/+£4.49 Non Prime -Sold by AnkerDirect & FBA

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I don’t understand why manufacturers don’t make these with folding pins, especially for a ‘compact’ product!
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I have this, I highly recommend. Got it on a deal from here too. Can’t remember what I paid. Heat Op
Edited by: "chrsinne" 27th Jan
I don’t understand why manufacturers don’t make these with folding pins, especially for a ‘compact’ product!
Kartnet27/01/2020 07:47

I don’t understand why manufacturers don’t make these with folding pins, es …I don’t understand why manufacturers don’t make these with folding pins, especially for a ‘compact’ product!


Cost, minimise cost maximise profit
Wish these had supercharge for Huawei phones
ClotBot27/01/2020 07:57

Cost, minimise cost maximise profit


Add folding pins, increase market works too.
chrsinne27/01/2020 01:39

I have this, I highly recommend. Got it on a deal from here too. Can’t r …I have this, I highly recommend. Got it on a deal from here too. Can’t remember what I paid. Heat Op


I take it I'll need a USB-C to USB-C cable, in order to be able to use this one.then?, or ...

As I was initially hoping/assuming, that it would be more like a normal USB connection (as the plug end), to a USB-C connection at the other end? (instead, or whatever?).

Or am I missing something ... lol, thanx.
amour3k27/01/2020 16:01

I take it I'll need a USB-C to USB-C cable, in order to be able to use …I take it I'll need a USB-C to USB-C cable, in order to be able to use this one.then?, or ...As I was initially hoping/assuming, that it would be more like a normal USB connection (as the plug end), to a USB-C connection at the other end? (instead, or whatever?).Or am I missing something ... lol, thanx.


Yeah, but this is how things are going. iPad Pro, many android handsets and tablets; USB-C is far more capable of handing power than old school USB can. I don’t think you can show 15 W down a USB A-C cable for very long?
amour3k27/01/2020 16:01

I take it I'll need a USB-C to USB-C cable, in order to be able to use …I take it I'll need a USB-C to USB-C cable, in order to be able to use this one.then?, or ...As I was initially hoping/assuming, that it would be more like a normal USB connection (as the plug end), to a USB-C connection at the other end? (instead, or whatever?).Or am I missing something ... lol, thanx.


This would require the small USB-C --> USB-C lead. Not sure why they do this as it limits what cables you can plug into it!

''Yeah, but this is how things are going. iPad Pro, many android handsets and tablets; USB-C is far more capable of handing power than old school USB can. I don’t think you can show 15 W down a USB A-C cable for very long?''

That doesn't make sense, USB A is significantly larger than USB C meaning more space for more copper allowing higher currents.
Also you can buy Type-C to USB-A charge cables that are able to supply 60W / 3Amps of power no problem .
Edited by: "Leftfield_2k2" 27th Jan
Any suggestions for 45w for my note 10 plus
Looks good, is this best value for a fast charger (for iphone 11)?
Edited by: "Sagar_deals" 27th Jan
Mark_Hillen27/01/2020 16:06

Yeah, but this is how things are going. iPad Pro, many android handsets …Yeah, but this is how things are going. iPad Pro, many android handsets and tablets; USB-C is far more capable of handing power than old school USB can. I don’t think you can show 15 W down a USB A-C cable for very long?


This was the answer I was trying to rather get too:

Leftfield_2k227/01/2020 16:07

This would require the small USB-C --> USB-C lead. Not sure why they do …This would require the small USB-C --> USB-C lead. Not sure why they do this as it limits what cables you can plug into it!''Yeah, but this is how things are going. iPad Pro, many android handsets and tablets; USB-C is far more capable of handing power than old school USB can. I don’t think you can show 15 W down a USB A-C cable for very long?''That doesn't make sense, USB A is significantly larger than USB C meaning more space for more copper allowing higher currents.Also you can buy Type-C to USB-A charge cables that are able to supply 60W / 3Amps of power no problem .


I thought that this was a bit lack ended somewhat?!. :-(

Hmmmmmmmmmm, so yeh,makes absolutely nooooooo sense to me.too, whatsoever, etc?. :-(

At it's current £6.99 price, I wanted to buy at least 2 of them, as it'd have been wayyyyyy worth it! (at yhat price anyway). :-D

But on account of what you've now explained above (and actually enlightening upon how I myself initially saw it, etc etc), then well ...

Needless to say, it's not worth my bother again, lol.

Thanx anyway guy's.

Is there a cheap (or cheapish) USB type A to a USB type C charger out there somewhere, or something?, or ...

It doesn't necessarily need to be Anker branded (though ofcourse, that'd be useful), it just needs to be reputable enough,or whatever? (eg. RAVpower, etc?, thanx.
Leftfield_2k227/01/2020 16:45

https://www.amazon.co.uk/ULTRICS-Charger-Charging-Portable-Compatible-White/dp/B07KK8WDNJ/ref=sr_1_216?keywords=Quick+Charge+3.0+USB+Fast+Wall+Charger&qid=1580143398&sr=8-216


Excellenté, lol, thanx.
Doesn't it damage/degrade the battery by putting more amps into it? When I plug my Huawei P10 into a 5v 3a charger it obviously charges quickly, but feels almost dangerously hot, so I only do it when I need to
Edited by: "ukfix" 27th Jan
humdan42427/01/2020 16:26

Any suggestions for 45w for my note 10 plus


Try the amazon basics pd charger
Mark_Hillen27/01/2020 16:06

Yeah, but this is how things are going. iPad Pro, many android handsets …Yeah, but this is how things are going. iPad Pro, many android handsets and tablets; USB-C is far more capable of handing power than old school USB can. I don’t think you can show 15 W down a USB A-C cable for very long?


tbh we should have adopted RJ45 for everything, 48 volts DC, yummy
Leftfield_2k227/01/2020 16:07

This would require the small USB-C --> USB-C lead. Not sure why they do …This would require the small USB-C --> USB-C lead. Not sure why they do this as it limits what cables you can plug into it!''Yeah, but this is how things are going. iPad Pro, many android handsets and tablets; USB-C is far more capable of handing power than old school USB can. I don’t think you can show 15 W down a USB A-C cable for very long?''That doesn't make sense, USB A is significantly larger than USB C meaning more space for more copper allowing higher currents.Also you can buy Type-C to USB-A charge cables that are able to supply 60W / 3Amps of power no problem .


I just got this anker one with A and C. Works for me


amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1
Will this work for a MacBook Pro?
ElusiveJim127/01/2020 08:06

Wish these had supercharge for Huawei phones


Then why are you looking at a charger that isn't Huawei? Cos official is the only way to get supercharge. And don't cost that much more. Here you go; Official Huawei SuperCharge USB-C Charger, Max 40 W, Mains Powered USB-C Super Fast Phone Charger for Huawei Smartphones and Devices amazon.co.uk/dp/…EJX

Now you can stop your needless wishing. What a total Jim you are!
Leftfield_2k227/01/2020 16:07

This would require the small USB-C --> USB-C lead. Not sure why they do …This would require the small USB-C --> USB-C lead. Not sure why they do this as it limits what cables you can plug into it!''Yeah, but this is how things are going. iPad Pro, many android handsets and tablets; USB-C is far more capable of handing power than old school USB can. I don’t think you can show 15 W down a USB A-C cable for very long?''That doesn't make sense, USB A is significantly larger than USB C meaning more space for more copper allowing higher currents.Also you can buy Type-C to USB-A charge cables that are able to supply 60W / 3Amps of power no problem .


A to C cables with chargers are the most common USB C chargers.. Have you never seen one? Cos there be millions everywhere. Amazon, eBay, here etc. C to C is massively less common but Apple ( C to lightening) and Samsung (C to C) are pushing it and others will follow suit. Oh and the USB A connector being larger changes nothing and doesn't add "more copper" because is simply a connector. Not a different cable. Only the cable being larger would make "more copper" so could take higher V & A.
ss_hardy27/01/2020 19:08

This is what you are looking for I think. It's a shame it doesn't come in …This is what you are looking for I think. It's a shame it doesn't come in a UK version. https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F392519176681


Or could get the official one I linked with 3 pin at half the price. Get 2! You and they get 1 each. Sorted.
Edited by: "alchemist1883" 27th Jan
alchemist188327/01/2020 19:07

A to C cables with chargers are the most common USB C chargers.. Have you …A to C cables with chargers are the most common USB C chargers.. Have you never seen one? Cos there be millions everywhere. Amazon, eBay, here etc. C to C is massively less common but Apple ( C to lightening) and Samsung (C to C) are pushing it and others will follow suit. Oh and the USB A connector being larger changes nothing and doesn't add "more copper" because is simply a connector. Not a different cable. Only the cable being larger would make "more copper" so could take higher V & A.


You're obviously talking about wayyyyyy more money here though, aren't we?.

Eg. USB type A to USB type C, are literally pennie's to the £pound now,, right?, in that even £Pound Shop's sell them alllllll over the place too now, lol.

Or failing that, you can buy, say, 5 USB A to USB C cable's for around about £10 (or heaps less even?), on Amazon/eBay, etc?.

Whereas all that USB type C to USB type C, or worse yet, USB mini C to USB C, or whatever whatever?, well ...

Needless to say, you're looking at considerably more money per one, than any of the USB A to USB C equivalents would have ever cost you in return, right?.

To the extent that I can already image it costing as much as the OP's £6.99 wall charger - or worse yet, costing even MORESO besides (as some more obsurer charging/data cable's have in the past, or whatever?, eg. Amazon basics lightning cable's in the past costing at least a few £'s a pop! - whereas the £Pound Shop equivalents at the time, where always £1 ... )

So for me (personally speaking that is), if I'm paying as much for my individual charging cable's (or worse yet - more), than that of what I'm paying for the actual wall socket charger itself, etc?, then ... (let's just say, there may be a wee problem?, lol).

But each to their own still, I guess?. :-)
A few things to consider:

Be aware that due to the price of the newer QC3.0, QC4.0 & QC4+ chargers, there are a lot of fakes around, and when you are plugging into your shiny, new £800 phone you want the real thing. Fast charge technology needs the technology in both the phone and the charger to be compatible before it will Fast Charge, otherwise you will likely just get a regular feed: youtube.com/wat…zkU

I would suggest looking at the price on the manufacturers main site first, to see if the ebay/aliexpress price is too good to be true

USB-A is only good up to a certain power level. You need a good quality USB-C cable, ideally one that comes for the supplier.

Note that the wattage claims of the multiport chargers with two or three USB sockets is generally the total wattage rather than the maximum per socket. Ensure each individual socket meets your needs.

If you need a QC4+ rated charger, Belkin do one, complete with recommended cable, but it ain’t cheap: belkin.com/uk/…74/

Other QC4+ chargers can be found here : thephonetalks.com/cha…ed/
alchemist188327/01/2020 19:07

A to C cables with chargers are the most common USB C chargers.. Have you …A to C cables with chargers are the most common USB C chargers.. Have you never seen one? Cos there be millions everywhere. Amazon, eBay, here etc. C to C is massively less common but Apple ( C to lightening) and Samsung (C to C) are pushing it and others will follow suit. Oh and the USB A connector being larger changes nothing and doesn't add "more copper" because is simply a connector. Not a different cable. Only the cable being larger would make "more copper" so could take higher V & A.


Of course the size and amount of copper in the connector matters as the electrons have to flow through the connector before it reaches the cable!
This is why the new USB-C connectors use multiple pins to carry the current as just using one of them wouldn't allow decent amounts of current to flow due to the fact that they are so physically small.

Size matters, if a conductor be it a cable or connector is half the size (has 50% CSA) then it can only carry half the current, this is VERY basic physics.
Sagar_deals27/01/2020 16:30

Looks good, is this best value for a fast charger (for iphone 11)?


iPhone 11 Pro fast charge needs 18w, this only has 15w.

I went for this one instead as it can do iPhone and Apple watch at same time
amazon.co.uk/dp/…WNW
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