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Choetech 61W [GaN] USB-C Power Delivery 3.0 Fast Mains Charger - £18.69 Prime (+£4.49 NP) - Sold by Sinkivi and FBA
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Choetech 61W [GaN] USB-C Power Delivery 3.0 Fast Mains Charger - £18.69 Prime (+£4.49 NP) - Sold by Sinkivi and FBA

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Choetech 61W [GaN] USB-C Power Delivery 3.0 Fast Mains Charger - £18.69 Prime (+£4.49 NP) - Sold by Sinkivi and FBA
Posted 11th Aug 2020

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A good alternative to the RAVPower 61W GaN charger which is now back to its regular price of £36.99.

【GaN Based PD 61W】

Our high-speed charger packs 61W of power to fast charge your 13” MacBook Pro to 100% in just 1.8 hours with a usb-c to usb-c cable that can handle this current. 60W is overkill iPhone 11(18W) and iPad Pro(29W power).This type c power adapter generates less heat,reduce power wastage and maximize charging efficiency to over 93%.

【One Charger for All】

This USB C pd adapter is built with advanced Power Delivery technology,backward compatible with QC 3.0/2.0 etc. You can use this 61W charger with any device that does not draw more than 61 watts like iPad Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max. Also charge your QC 3.0 compatible smartphone up to 80% in just 35 minutes. Note: It doesn’t support 25W/45W fast charge for Note 10/10+.

【50% Smaller】

This GaN based USB C charger is astonishing small, 50% smaller than standard Apples OEM 61W MacBook pro charger. It is the perfect travel companion for your USB C devices as the smallest charging brick,you can connect to electrical outlets in tight spaces that you couldn’t connect to directly with other bricks.

【Safe & Certified】

The charger is certified by CE & FCC,ROHS, as well as UL Listed power adapter.Built-in smart chipset provides,over-heating protection,over-voltage protection,temperature control protection,the circuit protection on input side and output for charging so don't have to worry about smoking a device.

【Wide Compatibility】

USB C wall charger offers 15W, 27W, 45W, and 60W (Max61W), can power up your laptop such as MacBook Pro; HP Specter x360, Envy X360; Dell XPS13, XPS12; Lenovo Yoga 370; Huawei MateBook; Google Pixelbook; Chromebook Pixel, etc; tablet such as iPad Pro 12.9'', Google Pixel C, and Huawei M5 10.8"; and Smarphone such as Samsung Galaxy Note 10/S10/S10+/S9/S9+/S8/S8+, iPhone SE/11/ 11 Pro/ 11 Pro Max/Xs/Xs Max/Xr, iPhone X/8/8 Plus, Huawei P40/P40 Pro/P30/P30 Pro/P20/P20 Pro.


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Good charger. Use it to power my Dell laptop. Great after sales customer care also, had an issue with one of their cables and they promptly sent me a free replacement
will this be any good for the new note 20 ulta?
I see you have recently posted 2 deals (cable +plug) will this combination be good for a Nintendo switch and would it charge while playing.
johno2105198911/08/2020 20:17

I see you have recently posted 2 deals (cable +plug) will this combination …I see you have recently posted 2 deals (cable +plug) will this combination be good for a Nintendo switch and would it charge while playing.



One of the most commonly asked questions on deal threads for wall mains chargers is “will it charge a Nintendo switch?”

How Nintendo Switch charging works


tl;dr

Yes, a 60W USB-C Power Delivery mains charger plus suitable cable will charge a Nintendo Switch even when docked.



Handheld Power Draw Testing

Like any device, the Switch has a max power draw rate. It won’t go beyond that, regardless of the available charger or circumstan ces.

Original Switch: 18W
New Switch: 18W
Switch Lite: 13.5W

Dock’s Actual Power Usage

So a docked Switch requires 39W or more from its charger. But it doesn’t actually draw that much power. The Switch console sticks to its 18W limit. And the dock itself requires very little power. Up to 9.5W across all three USB ports. And less than 0.5W to power the other electronics inside. All told it requires no more than 28W.

The Switch dock has specific requirements of its charger. When not using the Switch AC adapter you’ll need a 45W or 60W USB-C PD charger. Otherwise the dock won’t function, or even charge the Switch.
cheekster11/08/2020 20:21

One of the most commonly asked questions on deal threads for wall mains …One of the most commonly asked questions on deal threads for wall mains chargers is “will it charge a Nintendo switch?”How Nintendo Switch charging workstl;drYes, a 60W USB-C Power Delivery mains charger plus suitable cable will charge a Nintendo Switch even when docked.Handheld Power Draw TestingLike any device, the Switch has a max power draw rate. It won’t go beyond that, regardless of the available charger or circumstan ces.Original Switch: 18WNew Switch: 18WSwitch Lite: 13.5WDock’s Actual Power UsageSo a docked Switch requires 39W or more from its charger. But it doesn’t actually draw that much power. The Switch console sticks to its 18W limit. And the dock itself requires very little power. Up to 9.5W across all three USB ports. And less than 0.5W to power the other electronics inside. All told it requires no more than 28W.The Switch dock has specific requirements of its charger. When not using the Switch AC adapter you’ll need a 45W or 60W USB-C PD charger. Otherwise the dock won’t function, or even charge the Switch.


Great feedback! I never knew any of this. Always do the predictable thing and look for the most powerful charger
johno2105198911/08/2020 20:38

Great feedback! I never knew any of this. Always do the predictable thing …Great feedback! I never knew any of this. Always do the predictable thing and look for the most powerful charger


I’ve never even seen a Nintendo Switch in the flesh but did a bit of research online after seeing so many posts on here asking whether a particular charger would be suitable for it?
Any recomendations for a spare charger and 3mtr cables for the samsung tab s7+?
Voted hot, why not :). Very good price for a GaN charger.
SBOB111/08/2020 23:26

Any recomendations for a spare charger and 3mtr cables for the samsung tab …Any recomendations for a spare charger and 3mtr cables for the samsung tab s7+?


Seems to be mixed info regarding what is the maximum supported charging rate for the Samsung Tab S7 Plus. This site says 15W is the fastest supported whilst this one mentions 45W. If it is the former then I imagine an 18W USB-C Power Delivery charger would suffice? If it is the latter then you’d probably want to look at something like a 60W charger such as this one. Nimaso 60W USB-C Power Delivery 3m Cable or similar would go well with it.
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