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CHOETECH PD 60W USB C Charger convertible plug £14.99 (+£4.49 NP) Sold by Sinkivi and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Really good price for a 60W PD charger, cheapest price ever according to Camel Camel.

This USB-C power charger is built with advanced Power Delivery technology, support max 60W 20V/3A output, fully charging your MacBook Air in 1.5 hours. The smart chip allows to charge all your PD devices at full speed. It is also compatible with Quick Charge 3.0 and Non-pd device,so you can charge your QC compatible devices up to 80% in just 30 minutes.

This 60W USB-C PD Charger delivers full rated power for your device like Macbook Pro 13", Macbook 12",iPad Pro 2018,DELL XPS Inspiron Latitude,HUAWEI Matebook,Lenovo Yoga 720/920,Lenovo 900/Thinkpad X1 Carbon 5th Gen,Nintendo Switch,iPhone 11 Pro/11 Pro Max,Samsung Galaxy Note 10/Note 10 Plus,Tablet, Laptop and More.

The foldable and replaceable prongs can be neatly fold into the unit for extra portability and to avoid scratching other objects in your bag. The compact size ensures maximum portability and beats carrying around the bulky charger wherever you go, at home,in the office or on travels.


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Noticed the price drop on this. Heated @sheffield788
still not 65w... why can't the manufacturer add another 5w to it...
jimmy.kee01/06/2020 23:37

still not 65w... why can't the manufacturer add another 5w to it...


I've got the 61W Ravpower, my laptop takes 65W but the Ravpower charges my laptop over 10% faster than the original brick. The difference in between 60W and 65W is minimal. But if you really want that, there is another Choetech delivering 100W and a Ugreen 65W.
sheffield78801/06/2020 23:42

I've got the 61W Ravpower, my laptop takes 65W but the Ravpower charges my …I've got the 61W Ravpower, my laptop takes 65W but the Ravpower charges my laptop over 10% faster than the original brick. The difference in between 60W and 65W is minimal. But if you really want that, there is another Choetech delivering 100W and a Ugreen 65W.


I have the RavPower one also and its very good. Anyone know much about this brand? I've kept to Anker and RavPower as I know they make reliable kit but am tempted by this as a spare.
Does this have us eu adapters?
Snosh02/06/2020 00:06

I have the RavPower one also and its very good. Anyone know much about …I have the RavPower one also and its very good. Anyone know much about this brand? I've kept to Anker and RavPower as I know they make reliable kit but am tempted by this as a spare.


Im afraid I don't, I also stick with Ravpower and Anker, sometimes with Aukey and TeckNet. However, I will keep an eye on this brand, they also do a 100w PD charger and I can't see any competitors.
Read on previous Choetech deals, there are a couple of people suggesting they've got the GaN Choetech and tfey are pleased with their purchase.
Hate to say, F grade on fakespot with a high degree of deception involved:

fakespot.com/pro…etc
Standby_Mode02/06/2020 00:27

Hate to say, F grade on fakespot with a high degree of deception …Hate to say, F grade on fakespot with a high degree of deception involved:https://www.fakespot.com/product/pd-60w-usb-c-charger-choetech-60w-power-delivery-3-0-type-c-wall-charger-plug-compatible-with-macbook-pro-air-huawei-matebook-x-pro-iphone-se-11-pro-max-2020-ipad-pro-nintendo-switch-etc


Has only 13 reviews, so don't know how relevant this is.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 2nd Jun
A good found, always want to buy an extra one.
Edited by: "bargains496" 2nd Jun
sheffield78802/06/2020 00:31

Has only 13 reviews, so don't know how relevant this is.


It can also be about which negative reviews have been removed or edited. It also uses an algorithm that looks at whether a bot has been used to generate reviews.

Not trying to bomb your post (I like the stuff you post) just giving people an informed choice
Standby_Mode02/06/2020 00:37

It can also be about which negative reviews have been removed or edited. …It can also be about which negative reviews have been removed or edited. It also uses an algorithm that looks at whether a bot has been used to generate reviews.Not trying to bomb your post (I like the stuff you post) just giving people an informed choice


I don't disagree with you and I am cautious with the reviews. I'm not saying you're wrong, I'm saying that 13 reviews may be irrelevant to conclude this is not a good product. In the same time, there is a big chance a part of the reviewers received this for free in exchange for positive reviews.
I literally know nothing about this, apart from the fact the price is attractive for the specs, but considering what damage this can do, off course people should be aware it may look better than it is.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 2nd Jun
sheffield78802/06/2020 00:39

I don't disagree with you and I am cautious with the reviews. I'm not … I don't disagree with you and I am cautious with the reviews. I'm not saying you're wrong, I'm saying that 13 reviews may be irrelevant to conclude this is not a good product. In the same time, there is a big chance a part of the reviewers received this for free in exchange for positive reviews.I literally know nothing about this, apart from the fact the price is attractive for the specs, but considering what damage this can do, off course people should be aware it may look better than it is.


graphicology02/06/2020 00:14

Does this have us eu adapters?



Not 100% sure but I am sure you could get one, judging by the pictures in this review amazon.co.uk/gp/…W9L it looks like you can take the plug bit off/on.
sheffield78802/06/2020 00:39

I don't disagree with you and I am cautious with the reviews. I'm not …I don't disagree with you and I am cautious with the reviews. I'm not saying you're wrong, I'm saying that 13 reviews may be irrelevant to conclude this is not a good product. In the same time, there is a big chance a part of the reviewers received this for free in exchange for positive reviews.I literally know nothing about this, apart from the fact the price is attractive for the specs, but considering what damage this can do, off course people should be aware it may look better than it is.



sheffield78802/06/2020 00:39

I don't disagree with you and I am cautious with the reviews. I'm not …I don't disagree with you and I am cautious with the reviews. I'm not saying you're wrong, I'm saying that 13 reviews may be irrelevant to conclude this is not a good product. In the same time, there is a big chance a part of the reviewers received this for free in exchange for positive reviews.I literally know nothing about this, apart from the fact the price is attractive for the specs, but considering what damage this can do, off course people should be aware it may look better than it is.



Reading the stuff for FakeSpot it automatically flags Amazon's own review programme. Since two of the reviewers are in the top 1000 it is very likely flagged because of this. I take FakeSpot with an pinch of salt, and would not let it stop me buying a product. Generally you can return something if turns out to be a lump of coal. :-D

Also a lot of people like Anker, fakespot.com/pro…ore shows Anker is rated F for a product I picked from the recommended list when viewing this product. Horses for courses.
Edited by: "Protoype" 2nd Jun
Protoype02/06/2020 00:50

Not 100% sure but I am sure you could get one, judging by the pictures in …Not 100% sure but I am sure you could get one, judging by the pictures in this review https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/customer-reviews/RN1I5CRFCTA45/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B0814R6W9L it looks like you can take the plug bit off/on.


It is a convertible plug, it has retractable American pins, so very compact and you can attach the included UK plug, however, I don't know if they send it with all the plugs or only one based on specific countries.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 2nd Jun
Nice spot @sheffield788 and good price. Waiting until the RAVPower 60W Power Delivery GaN is available for this price or a 100W PD wall charger for ~£25. Otherwise will end up with more wall/mains chargers than I actually have any real use for!
jimmy.kee01/06/2020 23:37

still not 65w... why can't the manufacturer add another 5w to it...


But why stop there? Why not 100W! 60W is a pretty common power rating for higher-end PD chargers.
Protoype02/06/2020 00:53

Generally you can return something if turns out to be a lump of coal. :-


Not if it starts a fire.

The problem with a lot of these cheap chinese chargers is that they don't use sufficient electrical separation and use cheap components, so in the case of a fault, they're more likely to start a fire, or short mains through to the USB cable.

I would only buy new name brand chargers (there's also so many fake "official" samsung/apple/etc. chargers), but I'll also include some well trusted chinese brands like Anker in that.
this is how 95% of the amazon sellers gain reviews, I'm sure majority of HUKD members know this

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Standby_Mode02/06/2020 00:37

It also uses an algorithm that looks at whether a bot has been used to …It also uses an algorithm that looks at whether a bot has been used to generate reviews.

Protoype02/06/2020 00:53

Reading the stuff for FakeSpot it automatically flags Amazon's own review …Reading the stuff for FakeSpot it automatically flags Amazon's own review programme. Since two of the reviewers are in the top 1000 it is very likely flagged because of this. I take FakeSpot with an pinch of salt, and would not let it stop me buying a product. Generally you can return something if turns out to be a lump of coal. :-DAlso a lot of people like Anker, https://www.fakespot.com/product/anker-24w-2-port-usb-wall-charger-and-poweriq-technology-for-apple-iphone-6-6-plus-ipad-air-2-mini-3-samsung-galaxy-s6-s6-edge-nexus-htc-m9-motorola-lg-and-more shows Anker is rated F for a product I picked from the recommended list when viewing this product. Horses for courses.


I also believe the same, if the product is not as it should be, returns with Amazon are easy. However, depending on the product. If it causes a fire, or it damages your device, the return is pointless. That's why I'm cautious when buying stuff. While this may be a good deal, I posted it for others, not for myself . I think I will wait for more reviews or until the brand establishes. I am not necessarily interested in this one, but the Choetech 100w appeals to me, however I rather wait for now.
Just out of interest who here actually owns any devices that require 100W Power Delivery? I imagine very few, if any. 87W PD is probably the highest rating currently needed for the likes of Dell XPS 15 or MacBook Pro 2018/20 etc.
cheekster02/06/2020 12:44

Just out of interest who here actually owns any devices that require 100W …Just out of interest who here actually owns any devices that require 100W Power Delivery? I imagine very few, if any. 87W PD is probably the highest rating currently needed for the likes of Dell XPS 15 or MacBook Pro 2018/20 etc.


MacBook Pro 16 needs 96W but I agree with you, not many devices need so much power, so this may explain why we have more 60w chargers available.
I this the good part of the 10w Choetech is it can charge 2 x 45w devices at the same time. Again, the likelihood for that scenario is low, but if the brand is reliable and the price is close to the 60w, I would not mind to buy it even if I don't take advantage of the feature.
The other think to bear in mind, will need a 100w PD cable with that charger.
sheffield78802/06/2020 13:13

MacBook Pro 16 needs 96W but I agree with you, not many devices need so …MacBook Pro 16 needs 96W but I agree with you, not many devices need so much power, so this may explain why we have more 60w chargers available.I this the good part of the 10w Choetech is it can charge 2 x 45w devices at the same time. Again, the likelihood for that scenario is low, but if the brand is reliable and the price is close to the 60w, I would not mind to buy it even if I don't take advantage of the feature. The other think to bear in mind, will need a 100w PD cable with that charger.


Ah okay, I just quickly googled what the power requirement for a MacBook Pro 2020 was and the first result that came up was the 13”.

I planned ahead and already have a Nimaso 3m 100W PD.
cheekster02/06/2020 13:35

Ah okay, I just quickly googled what the power requirement for a MacBook …Ah okay, I just quickly googled what the power requirement for a MacBook Pro 2020 was and the first result that came up was the 13”. I planned ahead and already have a Nimaso 3m 100W PD.


😁 I do have a Fasgear 100w too and use it. I was looking at the Nimaso one, was half the price but decided to go with Fasgear as was Gen 2. I thought I will get faster transfer speed, but I don't, most devices don't support Gen 2 or Thunderbolt.
I will certainly consider the 100w charger when will come down to close to £20, however, with regards to the brand, even I posted this deal, I will have to think twice, the damage can do is considerable if is not a good one.
sheffield78802/06/2020 13:42

😁 I do have a Fasgear 100w too and use it. I was looking at the Nimaso … 😁 I do have a Fasgear 100w too and use it. I was looking at the Nimaso one, was half the price but decided to go with Fasgear as was Gen 2. I thought I will get faster transfer speed, but I don't, most devices don't support Gen 2 or Thunderbolt. I will certainly consider the 100w charger when will come down to close to £20, however, with regards to the brand, even I posted this deal, I will have to think twice, the damage can do is considerable if is not a good one.


Whilst your expensive Fasgear USB-C Gen 2 100W PD cable might not charge devices any faster compared to a Gen 1 cable it does also support 4K@60Hz video output so there is that.
cheekster02/06/2020 13:56

Whilst your expensive Fasgear USB-C Gen 2 100W PD cable might not charge …Whilst your expensive Fasgear USB-C Gen 2 100W PD cable might not charge devices any faster compared to a Gen 1 cable it does also support 4K@60Hz video output so there is that.


I agree, the only issue is I don't need it for that, so the half price Nimaso would have done the job. I already had a Gen2 cable and I didn't have a clue about it, on top of that I've ordered a Thunderbolt Anker hoping I will get 40gb transfer . Lesson learned, I'm sure they will be handy one day. I will definetely not order a £500 SSD portable just to take advantage of the cables
Will this charge mobile phones or will it be to powerful, my phone uses a 40w charger.
keithhampson02/06/2020 16:02

Will this charge mobile phones or will it be to powerful, my phone uses a …Will this charge mobile phones or will it be to powerful, my phone uses a 40w charger.


I use the 60w Ravpower and a PD cable for my phone, is a normal Samsung phone, 3 years old, so I guess there is no reason this should not work. However, I'm confident with Ravpower, while I don't know anything about this brand. My Ravpower can negotiate the amount needed for my device, also my PD cable e mark chip can do that too.
keithhampson02/06/2020 16:02

Will this charge mobile phones or will it be to powerful, my phone uses a …Will this charge mobile phones or will it be to powerful, my phone uses a 40w charger.


What make/model is your phone?
sheffield78802/06/2020 15:23

I agree, the only issue is I don't need it for that, so the half price … I agree, the only issue is I don't need it for that, so the half price Nimaso would have done the job. I already had a Gen2 cable and I didn't have a clue about it, on top of that I've ordered a Thunderbolt Anker hoping I will get 40gb transfer . Lesson learned, I'm sure they will be handy one day. I will definetely not order a £500 SSD portable just to take advantage of the cables


You have a Thunderbolt cable but no device, I’ve had a device (Dell XPS) since 2016 that has a Thunderbolt 3 port but no cable as do not have any other Thunderbolt device to connect it to.
cheekster02/06/2020 18:52

You have a Thunderbolt cable but no device, I’ve had a device (Dell XPS) s …You have a Thunderbolt cable but no device, I’ve had a device (Dell XPS) since 2016 that has a Thunderbolt 3 port but no cable as do not have any other Thunderbolt device to connect it to.


Yep, my Asus Zenbook has 2 Thunderbolt ports and I thought it will be a good idea to get a cable but I didn't check my SSD drive to see if it supports that speed. In the mean time I realised there is no SSD drive to support such speed .
So got the Anker one, £20 with the discount voucher was £10. TBH I wanted to use yhe Anker £10 voucher and didnt know what to buy, so this is another reason ive got it. When I realised I have no use for it, I contacted Amazon to ask about returns and they told me to keep it and gave me the money back. So, got a cable of no use to me, but it was a bargain😁
Edited by: "sheffield788" 2nd Jun
sheffield78802/06/2020 19:05

Yep, my Asus Zenbook has 2 Thunderbolt ports and I thought it will be a … Yep, my Asus Zenbook has 2 Thunderbolt ports and I thought it will be a good idea to get a cable but I didn't check my SSD drive to see if it supports that speed. In the mean time I realised there is no SSD drive to support such speed .So got the Anker one, £20 with the discount voucher was £10. TBH I wanted to use yhe Anker £10 voucher and didnt know what to buy, so this is another reason ive got it. When I realised I have no use for it, I contacted Amazon to ask about returns and they told me to keep it and gave me the money back. So, got a cable of no use to me, but it was a bargain😁


Will be very hard to beat that bargain, a free Thunderbolt cable.

Well done!
This is not a GAN charger right, how much smaller would that be then this one?
Shaftydude02/06/2020 19:10

This is not a GAN charger right, how much smaller would that be then this …This is not a GAN charger right, how much smaller would that be then this one?


No, is not, I think that one is £27. Look on Amazon and compare the measurements. Normally the GaN is smaller, but judging by the pictures and reviews on Youtube, this does not look big.
The advantage of this one is when you travel. It has retractable pins and interchangeable plugs, so I believe it is more compact when travelling.
What is a GaN charger and why will you want one?

tl;dr

Simply put, chips made of GaN will be faster, smaller, more power-efficient, and (eventually) cheaper than those made of silicon.
Shaftydude02/06/2020 19:10

This is not a GAN charger right, how much smaller would that be then this …This is not a GAN charger right, how much smaller would that be then this one?

bought this one or two days before this deal was submitted and it's really good value, like the rest of the stuff I have from choetech. Same quality as ugreen and anker in my opinion.
I’ve got this charger, it’s very small and compact. I’m powering a thinkpad that needs 65w off it and it works but flicks it into airplane mode because of the slightly lower output. If it was 65w at this size it would be absolutely perfect. No issues with quality though it’s solid as a rock
john.donovan03/06/2020 01:15

I’ve got this charger, it’s very small and compact. I’m powering a think …I’ve got this charger, it’s very small and compact. I’m powering a thinkpad that needs 65w off it and it works but flicks it into airplane mode because of the slightly lower output. If it was 65w at this size it would be absolutely perfect. No issues with quality though it’s solid as a rock


Try the Ravpower 60w one. I've got it, my laptop needs 65w, despite this, it charges my laptop about 10% faster than my original brick. I'm well impressed with it, probably one of my best purchases. Otherwise, you have the Ugreen 65w, but I don't think that one is GaN if that matters to you.
Protoype02/06/2020 00:53

Reading the stuff for FakeSpot it automatically flags Amazon's own review …Reading the stuff for FakeSpot it automatically flags Amazon's own review programme. Since two of the reviewers are in the top 1000 it is very likely flagged because of this. I take FakeSpot with an pinch of salt, and would not let it stop me buying a product. Generally you can return something if turns out to be a lump of coal. :-DAlso a lot of people like Anker, https://www.fakespot.com/product/anker-24w-2-port-usb-wall-charger-and-poweriq-technology-for-apple-iphone-6-6-plus-ipad-air-2-mini-3-samsung-galaxy-s6-s6-edge-nexus-htc-m9-motorola-lg-and-more shows Anker is rated F for a product I picked from the recommended list when viewing this product. Horses for courses.


To be fair, didn't Anker start off this way? Rebranded Chinese plugs and cables with Prime delivery, and no doubt a hefty amount of fake Amazon reviews, long before they starting "trying" to crack down on it.
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