Apple 29W USB-C Power Adapter £19.60 at Maplin
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Apple 29W USB-C Power Adapter £19.60 at Maplin

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LocalFound 5th Apr
Was down to £24.50 and now only £19.60! Great deal for anyone wanting fast charging for their iPhone 8, iPhone X or iPads. Also works with the MacBook.

Should also mention this is click and collect only. Best to pay online and collect as they cancelled my reserve and collect order and said it was first come first serve only so I paid and collected with no issue.
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Now I just wish the lightning / usb c cables were cheaper.
strange can't seem to click and collect even though there's stock
jeeves4 m ago

strange can't seem to click and collect even though there's stock


Bolton ?
yup
jeeves23 m ago

strange can't seem to click and collect even though there's stock


Have you tried paying online?
Same won’t let me add it either
Stitch12325 m ago

Now I just wish the lightning / usb c cables were cheaper.


I have seen ‘authentic’ ones on eBay cheaper if you want to try your luck. Apple can test it for you to see if it is and if not good old PayPal protection will resolve that.
Might be worth noting that you also need to buy the USB-C charge cable also.
marksawbo2 h, 37 m ago

I have seen ‘authentic’ ones on eBay cheaper if you want to try your luck. …I have seen ‘authentic’ ones on eBay cheaper if you want to try your luck. Apple can test it for you to see if it is and if not good old PayPal protection will resolve that.


Went through three from amazon / eBay. None of them would support fast charging despite reporting they did. Got a refund on all 3 and got told to keep them lol. The only one I’ve had to work is one bought from the Apple store. That 2n price though!
I'm unable to add to my basket for collection
In-store only deal not available to buy online
Just picked 2up cheers op
I assume it will be compatible with any laptop supporting usb-c charging?
I don't know what to buy a Lenovo yoga 720 laptop or 12 inch macbook
Can't add to basket on iPhone?
Just grabbed last piece from local Maplin
iEimis13 h, 23 m ago

I assume it will be compatible with any laptop supporting usb-c charging?


Nope. Different manufacturers have different power requirements. E.g. Dell XPS 13 require 45W at a certain voltage (I think 19.5V) otherwise won’t work. Has been tried with other USB C chargers, including Anker with Power Delivery USB.
redcastle18 m ago

Nope. Different manufacturers have different power requirements. E.g. Dell …Nope. Different manufacturers have different power requirements. E.g. Dell XPS 13 require 45W at a certain voltage (I think 19.5V) otherwise won’t work. Has been tried with other USB C chargers, including Anker with Power Delivery USB.


I would of thought it just charges slower but still works? Actually I seen someone in another thread about 27W anker charger and someone there mentioned that it just charges at reduced speed
I just tried to buy one in Watford (their website claims 2 on stock), but none actually. They told me, these were probably stolen, hence the difference.
Thanks for the heads up on this, picked up the last one in my local today!
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