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CHOETECH 36W USB-C Charger (Dual-port 18W PD + 18W QC 3.0) Wall Charger £9.21 with voucher Prime (+£4.49 NP) Sold by JieXun and FBA Amazon
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CHOETECH 36W USB-C Charger (Dual-port 18W PD + 18W QC 3.0) Wall Charger £9.21 with voucher Prime (+£4.49 NP) Sold by JieXun and FBA Amazon

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Posted 13th Jun
Great sub-£10 price for this well-specified wall charger.

As a comparison, this RAVPower Dual-Port Wall Charger for a similar price would only allow standard rate charging when both ports were in use.

Select the 5% voucher to get this price. Valid until 31st July 2020 or until stock lasts (whichever is sooner).


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Power Delivery 18WThis charger is equipped with power delivery technology which provides a blazing-fast charge to your newest Apple models like: iPhone SE/11/11pro/11promax/XS/XR/XS Max/8/8 Plus/X,iPad Pro 2018 with USB C to Lightning Cable up to 50% in 30 minutes.

Quick Charge 3.0 OptionOur PD adapter is also equipped with QC 3.0 port with max output of 18W which allows to rapidly charge your Samsung S10/S10E/S10+/S9/S9+/S8/S8+/Note 9/Note 8/S8/S7 series,FCP-9V-2A Mate 10/9,P20/10 and LG phones up to 85% in 35 minutes. Backward-compatible with QC2.0 and QC1.0

18W + 18WWhen 2 ports are used simultaneously, you will get 18W PD and 18W QC fast charge 36W in total. It delivers up 18W through the both USB A port and USB-C port at the same time which allows quick charging both your iPhone 8 and Galaxy S10 at one time.

One for AllDesigned with flawless compatibility for all your USB powered devices: Standard charging for majority of NON-Fast Charging devices. Fast charging for PD-capable and QC 3.0/2.0 -capable devices. This dual port wall charger will be the power source for any USB-C and USB device, including smartphones, tablets, kindles, wearables, and Ultrabook computers .

Work with Fast Wireless ChargerWith qualcom's quick charge technology, the QC 3.0 USB-A port of this USB-C charger supports 15W, 10W and 7.5W charge rate when used with FAST wireless charging pad or stand in your home to take advantage of the fast wirelessly charging capabilities.
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Good brand
Use the 61w version for my MacBook air
Robot71413/06/2020 11:43

https://smile.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07G53J65G/?coliid=I3FB9OBMAJGA2K&colid=1VC7035V0R30Z&psc=1&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it


Sadly that can’t be posted on HUKD because the seller doesn’t have sufficient ratings (300 in the past 12 months).
NIce one there @cheekster Heated.
Brutes13/06/2020 14:25

Have you seen this, in my radar now Have you seen this, in my radar now https://www.amazon.co.uk/CHOETECH-Charger-Delivery-MacBook-Nintendo/dp/B088DBB68G/


Yes, @sheffield788 was just talking about such a product on another thread the other day.

I’d also be interested if/when it drops to around the £30 mark...
Brutes13/06/2020 14:25

Have you seen this, in my radar now Have you seen this, in my radar now https://www.amazon.co.uk/CHOETECH-Charger-Delivery-MacBook-Nintendo/dp/B088DBB68G/


Yes, I've seen it, is pretty much the only one so powerful on Amazon. Aukey and Ravpower seem to do some as well, but so far available in the US.
I'm tempted TBH, but I will get it only if it comes at about £20, also have some hesitation with the brand. Some suggest the brand is good, they also have quite a professional site, they seem established, but it is quite a gamble with such a powerful device.
Picking on things, i think I prefer a port at 60w and one at 40W (if I can't have 2x60w) and an USB A. At about £20-25. I'm hallucinating again😁
Edited by: "sheffield788" 13th Jun
sheffield78813/06/2020 14:49

Yes, I've seen it, is pretty much the only one so powerful on Amazon. …Yes, I've seen it, is pretty much the only one so powerful on Amazon. Aukey and Ravpower seem to do some as well, but so far available in the US.I'm tempted TBH, but I will get it only if it comes at about £20, also have some hesitation with the brand. Some suggest the brand is good, they also have quite a professional site, they seem established, but it is quite a gamble with such a powerful device.Picking on things, i think I prefer a port at 60w and one at 40W (if I can't have 2x60w) and an USB A. At about £20-25. I'm hallucinating again😁


Yes, you aim for £20 and I will for £10-15..
Brutes13/06/2020 16:20

Yes, you aim for £20 and I will for £10-15..


It has gone from £30 (me), £20 (sheffield788 ) to £10 (Brutes).

What bargain hunters, lol!
Edited by: "cheekster" 13th Jun
Brutes13/06/2020 16:20

Yes, you aim for £20 and I will for £10-15..


I think you're hallucinating even more than me😁
cheekster13/06/2020 16:22

It has gone from £30 (me), £20 (sheffield788 ) to £10 (Brutes).What ba …It has gone from £30 (me), £20 (sheffield788 ) to £10 (Brutes).What bargain hunters, lol!


Stingy b'ards not appreciating all the hard work they've put on these back in China😁
Edited by: "sheffield788" 13th Jun
sheffield78813/06/2020 16:26

I think you're hallucinating even more than me😁


It will surely require a midnight double voucher stack to have any chance of that price?
cheekster13/06/2020 16:27

It will surely require a midnight double voucher stack to have any chance …It will surely require a midnight double voucher stack to have any chance of that price?


Absolutely. Im keeping an eye on the Aukey ive just got, im curios how much of a gamble is to wait until 30th for voucher stack, as they may go OOS before.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 13th Jun
cheekster13/06/2020 16:27

It will surely require a midnight double voucher stack to have any chance …It will surely require a midnight double voucher stack to have any chance of that price?


It won't be fun if that doesn't happen but I am hope at some point as to be among bestsellers, they must do that..
For eg, this bag got voucher stacked people bought it for £5.xx and now one of the bestsellers and Buyers tend to get attracted towards it.
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sheffield78813/06/2020 16:26

I think you're hallucinating even more than me😁


Oh ..man, It's all about that.
Edited by: "Brutes" 13th Jun
Brutes13/06/2020 16:31

It won't be fun if that doesn't happen but I am hope at some point as to …It won't be fun if that doesn't happen but I am hope at some point as to be among bestsellers, they must do that.. For eg, this bag got voucher stacked people bought it for £5.xx and now one of the bestsellers and Buyers tend to get attracted towards it.[Image] Oh ..man, It's all about that.


From your past experience what is the best method to use in order for the greatest chance of successfully applying a voucher stack on Amazon?

Let’s take the item in this deal as an example. There is currently a 5% voucher available. Earlier when I posted the deal, I had not yet ordered it myself. I applied the voucher (was already logged into my account) then moved it to saved items.

I have just moved it to my basket and ordered it.

Would it have been better to have moved it to my saved items without applying the voucher? Then randomly just before midnight revisiting the product page (whilst not logged into my Amazon account) applying the voucher then log in and if I’m really lucky two lots of 5% would get deducted at the checkout.
This is a good price for a quality item. I have a few chotec chargers and they are first class. Pity this isn't powerful enough for a laptop power supply.
grayp13/06/2020 19:12

This is a good price for a quality item. I have a few chotec chargers and …This is a good price for a quality item. I have a few chotec chargers and they are first class. Pity this isn't powerful enough for a laptop power supply.



Depending on which laptop you have, this one might work?

Choetech PD 100W Charger
I think this would struggle with most laptops. They need around 60 watts. I have the chotec 61 watt pd gan charger that I got on offer for £18 from Amazon and it's quicker than the brick charger supplied with the laptop. The 100 watt charger looks the business. I am keeping my eyes open for when it's on offer.
sheffield78813/06/2020 14:49

Yes, I've seen it, is pretty much the only one so powerful on Amazon. …Yes, I've seen it, is pretty much the only one so powerful on Amazon. Aukey and Ravpower seem to do some as well, but so far available in the US.I'm tempted TBH, but I will get it only if it comes at about £20, also have some hesitation with the brand. Some suggest the brand is good, they also have quite a professional site, they seem established, but it is quite a gamble with such a powerful device.Picking on things, i think I prefer a port at 60w and one at 40W (if I can't have 2x60w) and an USB A. At about £20-25. I'm hallucinating again😁


Have you seen this powerful beast, it’s not cheap but boy does it pack in a lot of different charging standards (USB-C Power Delivery 3.0 + PPS + QC 4.0 + USB-A x 3 with QC3.0!
cheekster14/06/2020 16:25

Have you seen this powerful beast, it’s not cheap but boy does it pack in a …Have you seen this powerful beast, it’s not cheap but boy does it pack in a lot of different charging standards (USB-C Power Delivery 3.0 + PPS + QC 4.0 + USB-A x 3 with QC3.0!


This seems great and TBH ticks all my boxes. Well, apart from the price and not sure about the brand, but I will give it a read. Thanks a lot, don't need another one, but with one of these I definetely get rid of all mine.
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