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RAVPower USB C Charger, 65W PD Charger - Dual port £26.39 - Sold by RAVPower official and Fulfilled by Amazon
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RAVPower USB C Charger, 65W PD Charger - Dual port £26.39 - Sold by RAVPower official and Fulfilled by Amazon

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RAVPower USB C Charger, 65W PD Charger - Dual port £26.39 - Sold by RAVPower official and Fulfilled by Amazon
Posted 29th Aug

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

  • 65W Power Delivery: USB-C PD charging port powers up your MacBook Pro 15.4” from 0% to 100% in only 2hrs via a USB-C to USB-C cable with E-Mark chipset (not included)
  • Ultra-Compact: 30% smaller than other 60W chargers, perfectly fits in your pocket, purse and palm; foldable plug is easy to fold back for maximum portability
  • Latest GaN Technology: Powered by GaN tech for a USB C charger that’s impossibly small yet maximizes charging efficiency – while generating less heat
  • Intelligent Power Allocation: Cleverly distributes 65W power between 2 devices when charging simultaneously; Charge up to 60W for USB-C when a single device is connected; Charge up to 18W for USB-A when a single device is connected
  • Monumental Compatibility: One-stop charging solution that works flawlessly with virtually all USB-C and USB-A powered devices like iPhone, Samsung, USB-C laptops and more
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Have some heat. Did you receive your gpd win yet?
Seems pretty good
Thanks
Wish the USB-A was QC3.0
That's a lot of money for a charger...
Which cables support 60w chargers, any particular brand?
Johnnyboy1129/08/2020 19:38

That's a lot of money for a charger...


That's the price of convenience.
Whixxkid129/08/2020 20:53

Which cables support 60w chargers, any particular brand?


Baseus and UGreen are good.
Whixxkid129/08/2020 20:53

Which cables support 60w chargers, any particular brand?



Nimaso and Fasgear (available on Amazon) are also tried and tested by many members here.

Worth considering paying a little extra for a 100W USB-C Power Delivery cable with E-Mark chip now so you don’t need to purchase a second cable in the future should you add/upgrade a more powerful USB-C charger at some point.
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