Maxtek Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 40w 5 port USB charger £7.99 @ Aldi
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Maxtek Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 40w 5 port USB charger £7.99 @ Aldi

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Found 19th Oct 2016
Maxtek QC 3.0 5 port USB charger 1 port QC 3 and 4 normal USB charge ports. Charge most devices with this charger. Plenty of stock in my local Aldi (Spennymoor) Also with Aldi 3 Year warranty.

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Thanks, seems a good price for this sort of thing.

Qualcomm Quick Charge support list to see if your device is QC supported (it's not a comprehensive list, but it's better than nothing):

qualcomm.com/med…pdf

Does this need mains?

wakkaday

Does this need mains?


Yes

thats quite cool if it works cheaper than an actual plug

Cut them to £5 in Aldi Prestwick

Crossbow

Thanks, seems a good price for this sort of thing.Qualcomm Quick Charge … Thanks, seems a good price for this sort of thing.Qualcomm Quick Charge support list to see if your device is QC supported (it's not a comprehensive list, but it's better than nothing):https://www.qualcomm.com/media/documents/files/quick-charge-device-list.pdf



very useful link. my note 2 not supported, note 4 has level 2 quick charge. this has level 3! but me thinks I'd best not upgrade to note 7!

I bought two at full price and thought that was a bargain - might pick up more for my Mum/ travel

I got this a few weeks ago for an earlier deal. The product is good. It's QC 3 but I use a HTC one m8 which is QC 2. This device is backwards compatible and works fine with my phone (the charging light turns from green to orange to indicate quick charging) it charges my phone really quick to 80%. Great product!!

I bought it a couple of weeks ago (at £9.99). I don't have any devices that support QC3, but so far it works perfectly fine and charges simultaneously a couple of tablets and a phone at 5V 2A.

£9.99 in Norwood Junction branch this morning

Just bought one from my local one (Basford, Notts) at £9.99. seems to be working fine. Liking the matte feel around the charging unit. Will report back once I get my xiaomi mi5 from Aliexpress which supports QC3.0 so till then.

I got a few of these and one already died with a flashing green light next to the QC port. There is also a small bit of coil whine when attached devices have fully charged and at 100%.

I don't think this is Qualcomm 2/3 fast charger. look at box image. also, I went to store and there.is no qualcom ref on the box.

Nothing on the image suggests it is. doesn't say this on the Aldi website either (a user comment makes ref to Qualcomm), but wouldnt trust that.

fast charge / usb3 are not Qualcomm 3 quick charge

the Qualcomm chargers have variable voltage.

androidauthority.com/qui…53/.

hope this helps

and I hope these help:

http://i64.tinypic.com/t06uyq.jpg

http://i66.tinypic.com/w97ipx.jpg

£4.99 in Prenton (locked away in the electronics cabinet where they're priced at £9.99. I only discovered the reduction when I bought one). Several left.

diktiomenos

I bought it a couple of weeks ago (at £9.99). I don't have any devices … I bought it a couple of weeks ago (at £9.99). I don't have any devices that support QC3, but so far it works perfectly fine and charges simultaneously a couple of tablets and a phone at 5V 2A.



Are the amps shared amongst the ports, or do each of the ports receive full juice?

I don't have one of those usb multimeterers to measure it exactly, but it does appear that for up to 3-4 devices it can give 2A on each port (at least the specs indicate so, and the tablets show the fast charging logo).

diktiomenos

I don't have one of those usb multimeterers to measure it exactly, but it … I don't have one of those usb multimeterers to measure it exactly, but it does appear that for up to 3-4 devices it can give 2A on each port (at least the specs indicate so, and the tablets show the fast charging logo).



Thanks. Unfortunately none at my local, so I cheered myself up by buying lots of cheap chocs and sweets.
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