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Not quite the lowest price (previously was £1 cheaper) this has been but a good 25% saving off the rrp all the same.

Model Number: A2625

PowerPort PD 2 The Two-Port Power Delivery Wall Charger

High-Speed Charging

Equipped with 18W Power Delivery to charge the latest iPhones at full speed, as well as Anker's world-renowned PowerIQ technology for all standard USB devices.

Travel Ready:

Tired of having to carry around multiple ungainly chargers for your tablet, phone, and more? A pocket-friendly size makes this PowerPort the ideal travel companion.

Advanced Safety Features:

Our exclusive safety system delivers surge protection, temperature control, and more-ensuring total protection for you and your devices.

Compatible with:

iPhone X, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 7, iPad mini 4, iPad Pro, Samsung Galaxy S9, Samsung Galaxy S9+, Samsung Galaxy S8, Samsung Galaxy S8+, Samsung Galaxy S7, and More

At a Glance

Input: 100 - 240V~ 1.5A 50 - 60Hz USB-C Output: 5V ⎓ 3A / 9V ⎓ 2A USB-A Output: 5V ⎓ 2.4A (max.)

Dimensions:

62 mm × 63 mm × 29 mm / 2.44 in × 2.48 in × 1.14 in . Weight: 133 g / 4.69 oz

Note:

- PowerPort PD 2 is designed to charge phones and tablets. To charge laptops like MacBook and Huawei Matebook at full speed, you will need a charger with at least 30W output.

- For iPhone charging, connect to the PD port using a USB-C to Lightning cable.

- Not support Qualcomm Quick Charge for Samsung devices.

- Will charge Nintendo Switch but does not support "Charge-and-Play" in TV mode.

- After connecting to iPhone (8/8 Plus/X/XS Max/XS/XR), fast charging (9V) will begin automatically, regardless of whether you hear one charging indicator sound or two.

- Fast charge the PD enabled iPhone from 0-50% within 30 minutes.


What You Get:

PowerPort PD 2, welcome guide, our worry-free 18-month warranty, and friendly customer service.
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19 Comments
Will it fast charge ?
wakkaday02/04/2020 18:37

Will it fast charge ?


If your device supports Power Delivery via USB-C yes. It will also charge most other smartphones faster than the supplied stock charger. However it does not include QuickCharge 3.0 etc which some Samsung devices support.
Are these fast charging
Edited by: "kiranhussainsb" 2nd Apr
Thanks OP.
£19.49 (under £20 min del charge). Obviously that price on purpose. I hate the min £20 limit. I stopped buying as much from them after that.
kiranhussainsb02/04/2020 19:10

Are these fast changing


See above reply plus the images in deal description. Doesn’t support Qualcomm QuickCharge but does include Anker Power IQ which is a type of fast charging. Also, has Power Delivery which is the fastest possible charging AFAIK for certain devices such as iPhone 8 onwards. Some Samsung Galaxy models support up to 30W charging via an upgraded charger (not cheap though).
Edited by: "cheekster" 2nd Apr
steve76502/04/2020 19:12

Thanks OP. £19.49 (under £20 min del charge). Obviously that price on p …Thanks OP. £19.49 (under £20 min del charge). Obviously that price on purpose. I hate the min £20 limit. I stopped buying as much from them after that.


I hear you. Used to suffer the same pain but not since becoming a Prime member in recent years.
wakkaday02/04/2020 18:37

Will it fast charge ?


I purchased this end of last year when on offer. Personally I found it a waste of money.
I have the Samsung S10+ and I find this charger does not charge my phone any quicker than any other charger I own.

Example:
I'm approx 30% battery remaining. I put it on charge using this Anker and my official Samsung charging cable and it shows 1hr 30 mins to full charge.
I then use my OLD Apple USB charging socket, plug it in, 1hr 30 mins to full charge. So no difference at all!
Edited by: "replicant69" 3rd Apr
replicant6903/04/2020 09:19

I purchased this end of last year when on offer. Personally I found it a …I purchased this end of last year when on offer. Personally I found it a waste of money. I have the Samsung S10+ and I find this charger does not charge my phone any quicker than any other charger I own.Example: I'm approx 30% battery remaining. I put it on charge using this Anker and my official Samsung charging cable and it shows 1hr 30 mins to full charge.I then use my OLD Apple USB charging socket, plug it in, 1hr 30 mins to full charge. So no difference at all!


Perhaps you are not using a USB-C to USB-C Power Delivery cable? Your phone should recharge from 0% to 50% in 30 mins using an 18W Power Delivery charger.

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Supported by the USB Power Delivery 3.0 PPS (programmable power standard), Galaxy S10 5G and Galaxy Note10+'s Super Fast Charging capabilities pull 25 watts of power when plugged in, to repower your phone in a flash.

samsung.com/global/galaxy/what-is/super-fast-charging/

You can pay more and purchase wall chargers that support higher wattage of Power Delivery, say 60W, but bear in mind the most your S10+ will pull is 45W.
Edited by: "cheekster" 3rd Apr
cheekster03/04/2020 09:46

Perhaps you are not using a USB-C to USB-C Power Delivery cable? Your …Perhaps you are not using a USB-C to USB-C Power Delivery cable? Your phone should recharge from 0% to 50% in 30 mins using an 18W Power Delivery charger.[Image] [Image] https://www.amazon.co.uk/Anker-Powerline-Certified-Delivery-Charging-Black/dp/B07SGQCBFVamazon.co.uk/Nimaso-Charging-MacBook-ChromeBook-Black-Grey/dp/B07QPNRGYHSupported by the USB Power Delivery 3.0 PPS (programmable power standard), Galaxy S10 5G and Galaxy Note10+'s Super Fast Charging capabilities pull 25 watts of power when plugged in, to repower your phone in a flash.samsung.com/global/galaxy/what-is/super-fast-charging/You can pay more and purchase wall chargers that support higher wattage of Power Delivery, say 60W, but bear in mind the most your S10+ will pull is 45W.


Good to know so thanks for this. I am however using the supplied Samsung cable that came with the phone which I thought could/would support full power delivery?
replicant6903/04/2020 11:19

Good to know so thanks for this. I am however using the supplied Samsung …Good to know so thanks for this. I am however using the supplied Samsung cable that came with the phone which I thought could/would support full power delivery?


I wouldn’t expect that to be a fast charging cable (seeing as they don’t supply a fast charger in the phone box) but don’t quote me on that as I’ve never owned a Galaxy phone.

USB-C is a connector not a standard and as such not all cables are equal. Cheap ones don’t tend to support Power Delivery. Whilst more expensive ones will not only support PD but also 4K video etc. It is quite a mind-field!
cheekster03/04/2020 11:22

I wouldn’t expect that to be a fast charging cable (seeing as they don’t su …I wouldn’t expect that to be a fast charging cable (seeing as they don’t supply a fast charger in the phone box) but don’t quote me on that as I’ve never owned a Galaxy phone. USB-C is a connector not a standard and as such not all cables are equal. Cheap ones don’t tend to support Power Delivery. Whilst more expensive ones will not only support PD but also 4K video etc. It is quite a mind-field!


Cheers for that.
I will dig out the box and see what it says. Then I might just get one of the ones you've mentioned if that is going to improve things! Worth a try!

Thanks
cheekster03/04/2020 09:46

Perhaps you are not using a USB-C to USB-C Power Delivery cable? Your …Perhaps you are not using a USB-C to USB-C Power Delivery cable? Your phone should recharge from 0% to 50% in 30 mins using an 18W Power Delivery charger.[Image] [Image] https://www.amazon.co.uk/Anker-Powerline-Certified-Delivery-Charging-Black/dp/B07SGQCBFVamazon.co.uk/Nimaso-Charging-MacBook-ChromeBook-Black-Grey/dp/B07QPNRGYHSupported by the USB Power Delivery 3.0 PPS (programmable power standard), Galaxy S10 5G and Galaxy Note10+'s Super Fast Charging capabilities pull 25 watts of power when plugged in, to repower your phone in a flash.samsung.com/global/galaxy/what-is/super-fast-charging/You can pay more and purchase wall chargers that support higher wattage of Power Delivery, say 60W, but bear in mind the most your S10+ will pull is 45W.



Thanks again! Ordered the second cable link you provided, worth it if it speeds up my charging.
Thanks for detailed response, really helpful
replicant6904/04/2020 12:40

Thanks again! Ordered the second cable link you provided, worth it if it …Thanks again! Ordered the second cable link you provided, worth it if it speeds up my charging.Thanks for detailed response, really helpful


That’s the same cable I ordered as it supports up to the maximum Power Delivery charging rate of 100W. Some other cables only support up to 60W PD charging yet cost more!

After seeing so many fast charger deals posted on here I did a fair amount of reading up about the different standards available from different manufacturers and learned quite a bit about the different capabilities of USB-C cables which the average consumer would be none the wiser about and no doubt end up purchasing the wrong or an incompatible product. It really is not as clear as it could have been imo.
cheekster04/04/2020 13:34

That’s the same cable I ordered as it supports up to the maximum Power D …That’s the same cable I ordered as it supports up to the maximum Power Delivery charging rate of 100W. Some other cables only support up to 60W PD charging yet cost more! After seeing so many fast charger deals posted on here I did a fair amount of reading up about the different standards available from different manufacturers and learned quite a bit about the different capabilities of USB-C cables which the average consumer would be none the wiser about and no doubt end up purchasing the wrong or an incompatible product. It really is not as clear as it could have been imo.


I’ll be honest, I still don’t understand it all. But hopefully, thanks to you my issue will be resolved
replicant6904/04/2020 16:42

I’ll be honest, I still don’t understand it all. But hopefully, thanks to y …I’ll be honest, I still don’t understand it all. But hopefully, thanks to you my issue will be resolved


I do hope so. Please, let us know on this thread after you’ve tested the new USB-C to USB-C PD cable in this Anker wall charger that it does indeed provide faster charging than the stock charger and cable supplied in the box with your S10+?

One thing to bear in mind is fast charging takes place mainly in the 0 to 50% segment after which it slows down and may not seem much faster than a standard mains charger. But overall it should be noticeably faster.
cheekster04/04/2020 17:14

I do hope so. Please, let us know on this thread after you’ve tested the n …I do hope so. Please, let us know on this thread after you’ve tested the new USB-C to USB-C PD cable in this Anker wall charger that it does indeed provide faster charging than the stock charger and cable supplied in the box with your S10+?One thing to bear in mind is fast charging takes place mainly in the 0 to 50% segment after which it slows down and may not seem much faster than a standard mains charger. But overall it should be noticeably faster.


Hey mate..... thought I would update!

The cable arrived and I realised as soon as opened the cable the difference. It was USB-C to USB-C, meaning you charge from the PD port. I have been using the Samsung cable which is USB to USB-C, that I am assuming is why I haven’t seen or experienced fast charge...... assuming fast charge only works from the PD port?

Anyway, allowed my phone to run down to 8%, put on charge using PD and correct cable (thank you) and it showed 1hr 30mins to full charge! Brilliant.

So thanks to you, problem solved. Appreciated

My only question is.... what does the IQ standard USB do? Or nothing special?
Edited by: "replicant69" 9th Apr
replicant6909/04/2020 23:31

Hey mate..... thought I would update!The cable arrived and I realised as …Hey mate..... thought I would update!The cable arrived and I realised as soon as opened the cable the difference. It was USB-C to USB-C, meaning you charge from the PD port. I have been using the Samsung cable which is USB to USB-C, that I am assuming is why I haven’t seen or experienced fast charge...... assuming fast charge only works from the PD port?Anyway, allowed my phone to run down to 8%, put on charge using PD and correct cable (thank you) and it showed 1hr 30mins to full charge! Brilliant.So thanks to you, problem solved. Appreciated My only question is.... what does the IQ standard USB do? Or nothing special?


I had a feeling you weren’t using a USB-C to USB-C PD cable and yes using one of those is the only way AFAIK that Power Delivery charging works.

Power IQ, is faster than a standard charger but not quite as fast as PD according to Anker’s marketing.

Glad this charger made some difference to reducing your charging times.

One other thing to add is Samsung Note 10+ and Galaxy S10 support fast charging at 25W and 45W using original Samsung fast chargers. They support PPS (Programmable Power Supply - a type of power supply supported by USB PD3.0). So, if at a later stage you use a PD mains charger with a higher rating, say 60W PD, then together with the new USB-C PD that you now have (rated up to 100W) you should be able to achieve the fastest charge possible for your handset. I’d use fast charging sparingly though if you want to increase the longevity of your battery.

Have a great Easter weekend and stay safe.
Edited by: "cheekster" 10th Apr
cheekster10/04/2020 08:52

I had a feeling you weren’t using a USB-C to USB-C PD cable and yes using o …I had a feeling you weren’t using a USB-C to USB-C PD cable and yes using one of those is the only way AFAIK that Power Delivery charging works.Power IQ, is faster than a standard charger but not quite as fast as PD according to Anker’s marketing.Glad this charger made some difference to reducing your charging times.One other thing to add is Samsung Note 10+ and Galaxy S10 support fast charging at 25W and 45W using original Samsung fast chargers. They support PPS (Programmable Power Supply - a type of power supply supported by USB PD3.0). So, if at a later stage you use a PD mains charger with a higher rating, say 60W PD, then together with the new USB-C PD that you now have (rated up to 100W) you should be able to achieve the fastest charge possible for your handset. I’d use fast charging sparingly though if you want to increase the longevity of your battery.Have a great Easter weekend and stay safe.


Yea, all makes sense now. I was thinking it was an expensive charger that offers nothing extra lol

Cheers for the explanation, all makes sense. Appreciated

Have a great weekend mate, plenty of eggs!!!
This is now £18.99
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