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Tecknet USB charger with three ports (1 x USB C & 2 x Smart USB) for £10.99 Prime or £15.48 without (using code) @ Amazon / Bluetree
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Tecknet USB charger with three ports (1 x USB C & 2 x Smart USB) for £10.99 Prime or £15.48 without (using code) @ Amazon / Bluetree

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Posted 8th Nov

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Decent price on this 3-slot charger from Tecknet, which has a USB type C port, and two Smart USBs which adapt to what is needed. Good one for Prime members, but not that good a deal for those who need to pay postage. You could get two and be over the £20 minimum.

  • 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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6 Comments
This I like, no support for QuickCharge, so no risk of damaging hardware
phox08/11/2019 14:28

This I like, no support for QuickCharge, so no risk of damaging hardware


Will QC damage hardware?

I’ve not looked into it but thought I’d ask first.
SomebodE08/11/2019 14:31

Will QC damage hardware?I’ve not looked into it but thought I’d ask first.

Yes, NathanK has done a couple of videos where he demonstrably permanently damaged cables just by using QuickCharge
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phox08/11/2019 14:33

Yes, NathanK has done a couple of videos where he demonstrably permanently …Yes, NathanK has done a couple of videos where he demonstrably permanently damaged cables just by using QuickCharge


Is that because of the quality of the cable though?

I can imagine cheap thin cables that have 2-3 amps of current at 5 volts melting regardless.
SomebodE08/11/2019 17:57

Is that because of the quality of the cable though?I can imagine cheap …Is that because of the quality of the cable though?I can imagine cheap thin cables that have 2-3 amps of current at 5 volts melting regardless.


No.

QuickCharge burns out e-marker chips, as it can put upwards of 9V on their 3V3 supply rail.

Cheap thin cables won't melt, the resistance of the cable is such that they limit the current to a few hundred mA
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