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RAVPower 61W PD 3.0 Wall Charger (Suitable for MacBook Pro) £21.99 Sold by RAVPower official and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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RAVPower 61W PD 3.0 Wall Charger (Suitable for MacBook Pro) £21.99 Sold by RAVPower official and Fulfilled by Amazon.

£21.99£36.9941%Amazon Deals
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Posted 22nd Jul

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RAVPower USB C Charger, 61W Wall Charger PD 3.0 [GaN Tech] Type C Quick Charger, Compatible with iPhone 11 Pro Max, MacBook Pro Air, Ipad Pro 2018, Nintendo Switch



  • Compact Size & Superior Performance: GaN tech & PI chipset make the charger 50% smaller than a standard 61W MacBook charger, slim enough to carry anywhere. The components will keep cool, reduce power wastage & Maximize charging efficiency to over 93% based on the tech advantage.
  • High Efficiency USB C wall Charger: 61W output, high up to Charge your 13” MacBook Pro to 100% in just 1.8 hours, to charge iPhones 2 hours faster than industry standard. Attention please: C to C Cable is necessary when quick charge. USB adapter will not be able to trigger thePD protocol.
  • Friendly to various PD devices: The RAVPowe 61W wall charger match a variety of PD devices from smart phones to laptops, one for all and making charging simple. The 100% compatible charger make your business trip or vacation convenient and free of hassles.
  • Dependable protection: With built-in safeguards to protect against overcharging, overheating & short circuiting. Continuous high-power output will have a temperature rise, but they are all within the safety limits of standdard certification.
  • What You Get: RAVPower RAVPowe 61W PD GaN USB C wall charger (cable not included), User Guide and 24-hour customer service.

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adavy22/07/2020 11:30

What phone do you have that charges this fast, out of interest?


I think he was running an old version of humour.exe
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Excellent price. Heat
Been considering the Choetech GaN charger for the last few days which is usually this place, glad I held out for the RAVPower now, cheers.
It's actually 61w which makes a change, so many say they are 60w but it turns out it's a combined figure. Good price.
Voted hot, got it for £20 months ago and is one of my best purchases. My laptop is 65w but this one charges 10%/20 min faster than the original brick. Got a few Ravpower products, really good brand.
Is this not GAN?
I have choetech works fine and great
Will this charge a Lenovo 65w laptop
Not enough power to max out charging my phone... Cold!
Can I safely charge my phone with this or is this more for laptop use? Thanks
zappazappa22/07/2020 11:02

Not enough power to max out charging my phone... Cold!


What phone do you have that charges this fast, out of interest?
jamkhan22/07/2020 11:05

Can I safely charge my phone with this or is this more for laptop use? …Can I safely charge my phone with this or is this more for laptop use? Thanks


It’s safe with phones. The device “asks” for the high power only if it can handle it.
adavy22/07/2020 11:30

What phone do you have that charges this fast, out of interest?


I think he was running an old version of humour.exe
Does anyone know it would charge my laptop via usb c port (currently charges via old brick dc port) heavy and inconvenient to carry around. Many thanks.


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Does anyone know it would charge my laptop via usb c port (currently …Does anyone know it would charge my laptop via usb c port (currently charges via old brick dc port) heavy and inconvenient to carry around. Many thanks. https://uk.store.asus.com/asus-zenbook-flip-ux560uq-fz033t-15-6-full-hd-touchscreen-laptop-intel-core-i7-7500u-12gb-ram-2tb-512gb-sshd-nvidia-geforce-940mx-2gb-graphics-widows-10-90nb0c23-m00370.html


Depends, my Dell charges via brick with connector and also USB C.
adavy22/07/2020 11:30

What phone do you have that charges this fast, out of interest?


Oppo find X2 pro. 65w charge. 61 would be ok though.
polarbaba22/07/2020 11:53

I think he was running an old version of humour.exe


Kind of, see other comment.
adavy22/07/2020 11:32

It’s safe with phones. The device “asks” for the high power only if it can …It’s safe with phones. The device “asks” for the high power only if it can handle it.


Thanks
would this charge a 16" MBP that comes with the 91W charger? Any idea how much slower or if it would even work.
nate49LS22/07/2020 19:15

would this charge a 16" MBP that comes with the 91W charger? Any idea how …would this charge a 16" MBP that comes with the 91W charger? Any idea how much slower or if it would even work.


It will defo work but slightly slower
nate49LS22/07/2020 19:15

would this charge a 16" MBP that comes with the 91W charger? Any idea how …would this charge a 16" MBP that comes with the 91W charger? Any idea how much slower or if it would even work.


It deffo works if you’re just charging while the MacBook’s asleep or using it doing things that aren’t too taxing. Basically, unless you’re doing something that makes the fan spin up, you should be good I use a similar setup with my 16”. I have one of these smaller GaN chargers in my bag and use the big Apple brick at my desk.
Anybody having issues getting full power from these? Bought one for new Lenovo Ideapad but it's only giving 17-20W according to HWinfo.
david_oshea26/07/2020 15:41

Anybody having issues getting full power from these? Bought one for new …Anybody having issues getting full power from these? Bought one for new Lenovo Ideapad but it's only giving 17-20W according to HWinfo.


Never had an issue - maybe your USB C cable?
mrpepesman26/07/2020 16:15

Never had an issue - maybe your USB C cable?


Maybe, the one I'm using is rated for it but it is AliExpress. Can I ask what kind of device you're using it on?
nate49LS22/07/2020 19:15

would this charge a 16" MBP that comes with the 91W charger? Any idea how …would this charge a 16" MBP that comes with the 91W charger? Any idea how much slower or if it would even work.


If you have the 2019 MacBook Pro 16” then that requires 96W USB-C Power Delivery. Using a charger with a significantly lower charge rating will likely lead to your battery deteriorating at a faster rate.

A much safer option for a spare mains charger would be something like this Choetech 100W USB-C Power Delivery charger that I posted a deal for earlier today. Currently available with £5 off via voucher.
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