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Anker USB C Wall Charger, Premium 60W 5-Port Desktop Charger with One 30W Power Delivery Port for MacBook air - £22.99 Ankerdirect @ Amazon
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Anker USB C Wall Charger, Premium 60W 5-Port Desktop Charger with One 30W Power Delivery Port for MacBook air - £22.99 Ankerdirect @ Amazon

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Thought i would add the output currency as i recently purchased something similar without checking and it did not work with my Surface.
5V==3A 9V==3A 15V==2A 20V==1.5A
I have this, it’s fantastic for travelling instead of taking a charger for each device!
Does this have loads of glowing lights? It's surprisingly difficult getting a good multi-port charger that doesn't light up a bedroom with loads of pointless bright LEDs.
abigsmurf27/01/2020 08:42

Does this have loads of glowing lights? It's surprisingly difficult …Does this have loads of glowing lights? It's surprisingly difficult getting a good multi-port charger that doesn't light up a bedroom with loads of pointless bright LEDs.



It just has one, which is above the USB-C port.
Presumably the USB-C port with Power Delivery on this device would work on a Dell XPS 9550 (supplied brick charger is 19.5v == 6.67A 130w) but will charge at a significantly slower speed? Mainly thinking about something lighter to carry around that will allow using the XPS on mains power more so that to charge the battery fully.
cheekster27/01/2020 09:09

Presumably the USB-C port with Power Delivery on this device would work on …Presumably the USB-C port with Power Delivery on this device would work on a Dell XPS 9550 (supplied brick charger is 19.5v == 6.67A 130w) but will charge at a significantly slower speed? Mainly thinking about something lighter to carry around that will allow using the XPS on mains power more so that to charge the battery fully.


I'd like to know the answer to this too. I've yet to find a USB C charger that my XPS 13 will recognise.
These things really need to be coming with at least 45w on the USB-C port. Have a look at this for £2 more amazon.co.uk/Cha…-19
abigsmurf27/01/2020 08:42

Does this have loads of glowing lights? It's surprisingly difficult …Does this have loads of glowing lights? It's surprisingly difficult getting a good multi-port charger that doesn't light up a bedroom with loads of pointless bright LEDs.


Stick black tapes on lights
tompow27/01/2020 12:15

Stick black tapes on lights


On the last one I bought, the ports themselves glowed so you couldn't properly cover them
Better to wait for it to come back on a lightning deal - I got it for under £18 a couple of months ago39774038-BoW7l.jpg
nablor27/01/2020 05:26

Thought i would add the output currency as i recently purchased something …Thought i would add the output currency as i recently purchased something similar without checking and it did not work with my Surface.5V==3A 9V==3A 15V==2A 20V==1.5A


Ooh I do hope it pays out in GBP, I hate USD.
I'd pay a few quid more and get one that can do 65W on the PD port. I got a Sumvision one from Amazon for about £25 in December.

Eventually you will get something that needs more than 30W.
stuart_7527/01/2020 09:12

I'd like to know the answer to this too. I've yet to find a USB C charger …I'd like to know the answer to this too. I've yet to find a USB C charger that my XPS 13 will recognise.



Yes a lot slower -some laptops may not even charge as they look for a minimum wattage
I bought this in the early hours of the morning at £29.99 and I’ve just taken three long web chats to Amazon representatives to refund the difference in cost. Has policy changed on this with Amazon? I had to reason my case with them that a return and two postage costs would cost Amazon significantly more than what they were offering. It took ages! This used to be easy to do. Has anyone any idea if this has changed?
honeypea27/01/2020 16:23

I bought this in the early hours of the morning at £29.99 and I’ve just ta …I bought this in the early hours of the morning at £29.99 and I’ve just taken three long web chats to Amazon representatives to refund the difference in cost. Has policy changed on this with Amazon? I had to reason my case with them that a return and two postage costs would cost Amazon significantly more than what they were offering. It took ages! This used to be easy to do. Has anyone any idea if this has changed?


Amazon don't refund the differences on price changes as standard.
iamwhoiam27/01/2020 17:25

Amazon don't refund the differences on price changes as standard.


They always did for me!

Several times I contacted web chat and it was refunded quickly and easily rather than Amazon go through the cost and trouble of a return. In fact they did this time too but it was a lot more trouble. The third representative ended up saying fine and refunded the difference to my credit card.

My question is really about why it‘s suddenly hard to get.
honeypea27/01/2020 18:13

My question is really about why it‘s suddenly hard to get.


...Because it's not their standard policy to do so.
iamwhoiam27/01/2020 19:06

...Because it's not their standard policy to do so.


Not an answer to my question. If you have no experience of such refunds, let’s wait for others who like me, have.
honeypea27/01/2020 19:17

Not an answer to my question. If you have no experience of such refunds, …Not an answer to my question. If you have no experience of such refunds, let’s wait for others who like me, have.


What are you talking about?

This isn't Amazon's policy, yet you're moaning that you've therefore reasonably faced resistance in obtaining a price difference refund?!

Edit: Wow.
Edited by: "iamwhoiam" 27th Jan
honeypea27/01/2020 19:17

Not an answer to my question. If you have no experience of such refunds, …Not an answer to my question. If you have no experience of such refunds, let’s wait for others who like me, have.


It's never been official policy for Amazon to refund price differences. They've done it in the past as a gesture of goodwill, but if you've displayed the same snotty attitude with them as you have in this thread, it's no wonder they told you to go whistle.
iamwhoiam27/01/2020 19:20

What are you talking about?This isn't Amazon's policy, yet you're moaning …What are you talking about?This isn't Amazon's policy, yet you're moaning that you've therefore reasonably faced resistance in obtaining a price difference refund?!Edit: Wow.


As I stated right at the start I’m asking whether other people have found out that Amazon’s response to such a request has changed dramatically. As you’ll see in many other threads Amazon are only too willing to make the refund very regularly. It seemed to me today that after three calls this has changed. I wondered if others had the same experience.
Codify27/01/2020 21:53

It's never been official policy for Amazon to refund price differences. …It's never been official policy for Amazon to refund price differences. They've done it in the past as a gesture of goodwill, but if you've displayed the same snotty attitude with them as you have in this thread, it's no wonder they told you to go whistle.


To be honest the only snotty attitude I’m picking up today is yours towards what seems to be a perfectly reasonable question: in the past many other hot deals users have experienced Amazon very happily making this kind of refund, but today in practice their response seemed to be very different. I was wondering whether this change was recent and whether others had had the same experience.

There’s no need to throw some kind of fit about someone asking a question about other people’s experiences.

As opposed to your assumptions, I was explicitly pleasant to the Amazon representatives and always am. Changes in policy or attitudinal changes they are asked to make are not their fault, they are the choices of their Amazon managers, and I and I hope you would never make them responsible for that.
honeypea27/01/2020 22:01

To be honest the only snotty attitude I’m picking up today is yours t …To be honest the only snotty attitude I’m picking up today is yours towards what seems to be a perfectly reasonable question: in the past many other hot deals users have experienced Amazon very happily making this kind of refund, but today in practice their response seemed to be very different. I was wondering whether this change was recent and whether others had had the same experience.There’s no need to throw some kind of fit about someone asking a question about other people’s experiences.As opposed to your assumptions, I was explicitly pleasant to the Amazon representatives and always am. Changes in policy or attitudinal changes they are asked to make are not their fault, they are the choices of their Amazon managers, and I and I hope you would never make them responsible for that.


To elaborate @Codify ‘s comments... this may not be your intention but you seem to come across as someone who feels they are privileged to everything, no matter how right or wrong you are. This feeling of self-importance does indeed come across as arrogant.

Amazon may have given you goodwill gestures in the past but by no means do they have to do this. Just because they did in the past, does not mean you’re obliged to them forever more.

Here is an analogy for you if you really don’t understand: I once received an extra free side portion of chips at a restaurant as my wife and I couldn’t decide chips or mash. This does not mean I can walk in every single time and demand this like its my divine god-given right.
'Wall charger' or Desktop?
Accidentally voted cold instead of adding heat — good deal
iamwhoiam27/01/2020 22:50

To elaborate @Codify ‘s comments... this may not be your intention but you …To elaborate @Codify ‘s comments... this may not be your intention but you seem to come across as someone who feels they are privileged to everything, no matter how right or wrong you are. This feeling of self-importance does indeed come across as arrogant. Amazon may have given you goodwill gestures in the past but by no means do they have to do this. Just because they did in the past, does not mean you’re obliged to them forever more. Here is an analogy for you if you really don’t understand: I once received an extra free side portion of chips at a restaurant as my wife and I couldn’t decide chips or mash. This does not mean I can walk in every single time and demand this like its my divine god-given right.


I don't think the OP stated that he thought he was entitled to a refund of the difference. To me he just seemed to be asking if others had a similar experience with regards to amazon refunding, i.e. had amazon's stance (official or not) on this topic changed or was he just unlucky in terms of the agent he spoke to. I agree in the past it used to work fairly easily, and many have reported on this forum that they managed to chat to an agent and get a refund. Maybe that's changed now.

If it had worked for you in the past, you would no doubt contact also Amazon and try your luck. I know I would.
sbirsen28/01/2020 13:52

I don't think the OP stated that he thought he was entitled to a refund …I don't think the OP stated that he thought he was entitled to a refund of the difference. To me he just seemed to be asking if others had a similar experience with regards to amazon refunding, i.e. had amazon's stance (official or not) on this topic changed or was he just unlucky in terms of the agent he spoke to. I agree in the past it used to work fairly easily, and many have reported on this forum that they managed to chat to an agent and get a refund. Maybe that's changed now. If it had worked for you in the past, you would no doubt contact also Amazon and try your luck. I know I would.



Thank you! She, not he, but exactly what I meant and I’m not sure why I had to barrage of people strawmanning me by making wild and insulting guesses about my phone manner and attacking me when all I did was ask a question!
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