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TeckNet 30W 3-Port USB Wall Charger Plug with 18W USB-C Power Delivery £10.99 Prime (£15.48 NP) - Sold by BLUETREE - FBA
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TeckNet 30W 3-Port USB Wall Charger Plug with 18W USB-C Power Delivery £10.99 Prime (£15.48 NP) - Sold by BLUETREE - FBA

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Posted 29th May

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Seems good value compared to similar products offering less but costing more from the likes of Anker and RAVPower.

4.8 / 5 stars (101 customer reviews)

Does not support Qualcomm QuickCharge.


18W Power Delivery Output: TeckNet 18W USB PD Charger supports 5V/3A 9V/2A 12V/1.5A with PD 2.0, providing super fast charging speed for your device.

Certified Safety: CE RoHS Certified, built-in advanced circuitry protects your devices from over-current, over-voltage, over-heated and short-circuit. Premium anti-fire ABS material makes it stylish and durable. Universal 100V-240V AC input.

Multi-Port Fast Charging: You can charge any 3 devices at the same time, supplies more ports for charging smartphones, tablets, and notebooks, truly one for all.

Travel Ready: Built with high-quality ABS shells, premium interior components, and foldable plug ensures perfect performance. It has the portable size (2. 2 x 1. 2 x 3.2 inches) and weighs at 5.92 oz. and optional 110v-220v input, which is perfect for home, business, and travel.

What you Get: 1* USB C Charger, 1*User Manual, TeckNet 18 months warranty and lifetime technical support
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Will this fast charge a pixel 2?
shiftymorgan29/05/2020 20:04

Will this fast charge a pixel 2?


No. According to this article you’ll need a 27W Power Delivery 3.0 charger (this Tecknet one is 18W PD 2.0 which is the same as the charger supplied in the box) in order to charge a Pixel 2 as fast as possible.
shiftymorgan29/05/2020 20:04

Will this fast charge a pixel 2?


Yes it will.

Standard pixel charger is 18W PD
This is tempting. I have an Anker a2013 that works great for quick charging my phone atm but this would QC by iPad or switch at the same time.
Will this charge a Nintendo switch and what cable would suit for this purpose
Bigk8429/05/2020 23:07

Will this charge a Nintendo switch and what cable would suit for this …Will this charge a Nintendo switch and what cable would suit for this purpose


Yes. Any USB-C to USB-C 60W Power Delivery cable will work. Here is one such example:

Nimaso USB-C 60W PD 2m 2-pack - £8.99

Or, a single cable is £6.99.
One of the most commonly asked questions on deal threads for wall mains chargers is “will it charge a Nintendo switch?”

How Nintendo Switch Charging Works

tl;dr

Handheld Power Draw Testing

Like any device, the Switch has a max power draw rate. It won’t go beyond that, regardless of the available charger or circumstances.

Original Switch: 18W
New Switch: 18W
Switch Lite: 13.5W

Dock’s Actual Power Usage

So a docked Switch requires 39W or more from its charger. But it doesn’t actually draw that much power. The Switch console sticks to its 18W limit. And the dock itself requires very little power. Up to 9.5W across all three USB ports. And less than 0.5W to power the other electronics inside. All told it requires no more than 28W.

The Switch dock has specific requirements of its charger. When not using the Switch AC adapter you’ll need a 45W or 60W USB-C PD charger. Otherwise the dock won’t function, or even charge the Switch.
Thanks for the info cheekster, so if I understand correctly it will charge the switch no problem in handheld mode but it won't power the Dock.
Bigk8430/05/2020 08:35

Thanks for the info cheekster, so if I understand correctly it will charge …Thanks for the info cheekster, so if I understand correctly it will charge the switch no problem in handheld mode but it won't power the Dock.


Correct. That is also my understanding from the above information. I don’t own a Nintendo Switch nor have I used one so if someone who does, knows different, feel free to share the info.
Will it charge Redmi Note 9 Pro at 30W ?
H-otter30/05/2020 20:23

Will it charge Redmi Note 9 Pro at 30W ?


No. 18W is the maximum from one port (USB-C Power Delivery). 12W is the maximum output from the two USB-A ports. Total output across 2 or 3 ports simultaneously is 30W.
I’ve had this charger since November and I can vouch for it. We use it daily to charge a bunch of devices in the living room. Does the job well
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