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Posted 5 September 2023

Nestling 65W USB C Charger Plug 3-Port GaN Type C Fast Wall Power Adapter @ Osmanthus fragrans Co., Ltd / FBA

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Connectivity technologyUSB
Connector typeUSB Type C, USB Type A
Compatible devicesSmartphones, Tablets, Laptops
Compatible phone models
Special featureShort Circuit Protection
[65W Super Fast Charge] Powered by gallium nitride (GaN) semiconductors,Built with 2 USB C+1 USB A Ports and support max 65W total output,The power you need to fast charge your phone, tablet, and USB-C notebook charger.UK plug + US plug dual-use, can be switched at will.
[High-Speed Charging]Support PD3.0 Fast charge protocol. USB-C Output: 5V-3A / 9V-3A / 12V-3A / 15V-3A / 20V-3.25A 65W MAX. It can intelligently identify devices that need to be charged. Automatically adjust the voltage and power required by the matching equipment.
[3-Port Charger] Nestling USB C charger with 3 charging ports,USB-C Port*2,USB-A Port*1,USB-C1 C2 max output 65W,USB-A max output 30W.But charge 3 devices at the same time,USB-C1 output 45W,USB-C2 output 10W,USB-A Output 10W(output power also depends on the cable/device you are using)
[Latest GaN Chip Tech] GaN charger with gallium nitride (GaN) technology, It not only reduces the size and weight of the charger but also generates less heat, reduces power consumption effectively, and improves charging efficiency greatly, making charging safer and more convenient.
[Safe & Reliable] Built-in safeguards protect your devices against overheating, overcharging, over current, over power, over voltage, and short circuiting. Obtained UKCA CE ROHS certifications. Suitable for most devices that charging with USB-C port.(laptop,Smart phone ect).
[Compact & Portable] 65W macbook pro charger with foldable plug is smaller and lighter than a regular laptop charger,making it perfect for travel.Meet the charging needs of multiple devices and different scenarios
[Wide Compatible] This 65W USB C charger block compatible with Macbook Pro/Air 2022,i Pad Pro 2021/2020,for Galaxy S22 Ultra/S22/S21 Ultra/S21/S20,i Phone14/Plus/Pro/Pro Max/13/Mini/Pro/Pro Max/12/Pro/Pro Max,Huawei Matebook,Huawei MateBook, Acer Switch Alpha12, Asus ZenBook 3, Google Pixelbook, Chromebook Pixel etc.
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  1. HottestDeal's avatar
    Don’t hate the entrepreneurship.

    They’ve diversified. Nestling also make dog poo bags.

    I mean if that greedy Tim Cook didn’t pull chargers from the box then this wouldn’t exist.

    Still the mind boggles who would risk their £1000 phone or home fire safety risk for some unknown brand charger.
  2. brettreading321's avatar
    My rule with Amazon is steer clear of anything under 4 stars.... If the product is below 4 with all the paid for and fake reviews it's got to be a bit dodgy!
  3. Wheresmylaptop's avatar
    Had this since start of March. Works great. Only using 2-3 times a week though.

    Charges laptops/Chromebooks no problem. Will do 25W pps (supercharge) for Samsung devices, but not 45W pps (Supercharge 2.0).

    Bargain at £12.99. (edited)
    jujuzeez's avatar
    thanks for the additional information and recommendation
  4. lazyfatboy's avatar
    Quite a few reviews saying it failed after a month or so. Yes you'd get a replacement but I'd personally pay a bit more and get something of better quality initially when I'm charging a device that's worth a thousand pounds or so.
    P-A1XAKS's avatar
    I've had 2 of these for about 18 months and a year and they've been solid, was happy with them even at £30 and £26
  5. Korg7's avatar
    I'm a penny pincher, and normally would go for the cheaper option. However, with chargers and stuff that will be plugged in 24/7 that will potentially be permanently plugged into a laptop - I'd rather pay a few £ extra and get something from a reputable brand than risk a house fire.

    Especially when your buying it from a fragnance company...
  6. Professor's avatar
    Niceone 🔥
  7. geowars2's avatar
    Yet more reviews of these failing and blowing up. These are clearly not safe.
  8. Slick_uk's avatar
    No mention of CE marking, cheap for a reason... Amazon really should be insisting on this but it'd likely decimate their non-branded electrical range. They are strict on selling flammable materials, surely cheap Chinese electronics are as potentially lethal
  9. surreyspireite's avatar
    A price not to be sniffed at, but I wouldn't trust it with my kit.
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