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Posted 15 July 2023

Toocki 140W USB Charger Multi Port USB Charging Station GaN Fast Charge Desktop PD Type C Factory Direct Collected Store

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[140W Five-Port OutportDesktop GaN Charger] 140W High Power,Five-Port Output,1.5m Extension AC Cable,New GaN Technology Fully charge for AppleBook Pro in 2 hours Charges for iPhone 13 to 60% in 30 minutes

[Five-port Output] With 5 outputs, you can charge up to five devices at the same time, meeting all your charging needs for laptops, tablets, phones, gaming consoles, power banks, small home devices and more.

[New GaN Technology] More Brilliant Performance The desktop charger is supported by the new GaN technology, creating a smaller size and faster charging speed with safety as the premise.

[Excellence in Detail] Feeling More Intimate The desktop charger is equipped with a sturdy and practical U-shaped stand to help support the charger, so that it can be placed safely on the desktop and keep your desk tidy.

Wide Compatibility

For Apple:AppleBook Pro 16, AppleBook Pro 13, AppleBook Air etc.

For Huawei:MateBook 14/13, MateBook X/X Pro 2019, MateBook D Series etc.

For Xiaomi:Pro15.6, Air12.5/13.3 etc.

For Lenovo:Xiaoxin Air/Pro Series, ThinkPad X Series etc.

For Dell:XPS 17, XPS 1 etc.

Pad Pro11, Pad Pro12.9, Pad mini5, Pad Air3 etc.

For iPhone/Huawei/Xiaomi/Samsung


Product name: 140W GaN multi-port desktop charger

Model: GaN-016

Material: PC

Function: Fast charge

Color: Black/White

Specifications: EU, US, UK, KR

Input: 100-240V~50/60Hz 2.5A Max.

Type-C1 Output: 5V/3A; 9V/3A; 12V/3A; 15V/3A; 20V/5A(100W Max.)

Type-C2 Output: 5V/3A; 9V/3A; 12V/3A; 15V/3A; 20V/5A(100W Max.)

Type-C3 Output: 5V/3A; 9V/3A; 12V/3A; 15V/3A; 20V/5A(100W Max.)

USB-A1 Output: 5V/3A; 9V/3A; 12V/3A; 20V/3A(60W Max.)

USB-A2 Output: 5V/3A; 9V/3A; 12V/3A; 20V/3A(60W Max.)

Total output power: 140W Max.

140W UK Plug, £17.38, URL: aliexpress.com/ite…tml
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  1. geekonthepc's avatar
    Looks like a great deal but before I bite, how do people feel about fire safety with these greymarket chargers? (edited)
    dkl_uk's avatar
    It's not grey market. Grey market is just an umbrella phrase for obtaining something that's available in your country, from another country, voiding warranty. It's a way for the company to shaft you despite you having the same product and simply saving some money.

    Just because we don't know these Chinese brand names doesn't make them grey market or troublesome. People tend to forget at this point that most of the stuff we already buy comes from China.

    This doesn't look like cheap tat to me. I'd buy it if I hadn't literally just bought a 200W version from Amazon this week.
  2. noiren's avatar
    Excellent charger, arrive last week, feels very solid and was able to charge my MS Surface latop 2, iPad and iPhone at full speed with no issues.

    The realtime Wattage display is quite useful as well
    happyuser1974's avatar
    Charging £3k of kit with a no-brand Chinese charger. Outstanding.

    The similar Anker 140W charger costs £140. There's probably a reason for the price difference.

    Good luck.
  3. richh's avatar
    Good deal and if aliexpress can be belived it's a decent product but I hate this trend with chargers where the advertise the combined output as if it's the total output when it's not. This is a 100w charger because it can only output that amount.
    Crossbow's avatar
    If you look lower down the specs, it shows how much it can output if more than 1 port is used simultaneously, so it could be true...

    50600074-H2mrP.jpg50600074-Py3Lc.jpg50600074-6VdHU.jpg (edited)
  4. Josh99's avatar
    Could I charge a steam deck + samsung S23 ultra at full speed at the same time?

    Ive got a xbox controller + Sony xm5 too. I'd imagine those are a lower speed for charging.

    Its a pain when I need to charge multiple stuff lol
    Alex_H's avatar
    I cannot see PPS support mentioned so will charge a Steam Deck at max but not an S23 Ultra.
  5. Tirso's avatar
    Sorry for the dumb question, but just want to confirm this is not a power bank, right? I've been looking for a power bank strong enough to power my Surface Pro 5 for ages. Does any kind soul around here knows of a good deal?
    sheffield788's avatar
    100w power banks are expensive. Look at Anker 737 Power Bank on HUKD. That's a powerful one. Ugreen 100w power bank was posted recently, too.
    Decent powerful power banks are expensive. Maybe you should stick to 60-65w instead? They are expensive too, but sometimes you may find a sale at about £30-40.
    If you are after a powerful charger, too, this Anker is good value as a bundle. Maybe it helps: hotukdeals.com/deals/anker-power-bank-powercore-iii-elite-19200-60w-portable-charger-with-65w-pd-charger-piq-30-power-bank-bundle-4165871

    Ugreen here: hotukdeals.com/dea…419 (edited)
  6. Somersett's avatar
    WARNING- this is a UK retailer friendly site, and deals like this have the usual suspects chewing broken glass. Getting your GPU or high-tech charger from this outlet makes many vested interests very mad indeed, and they're gonna pay to have long 'editorials' here explaining why you shouldn't trust this outlet- guess why.

    On a bargain site, it is ALWAYS "buyer beware". Do your homework, but know that vast majority of locally sourced sales are with outlets who LOVE to do over the customer, and 'ate competition (for obvious reasons). Given the current BOM, this is NOT "too cheap" for this type of charger. Which tells you everything about local prices.
    Lynx's avatar
  7. bytemaster's avatar
    I have three of these and they are excellent. Cool running and fast. Watching 100W going into my Anker power brick is very satisfying. I have placed several orders with this seller, without any problems.
    Crossbow's avatar
    Thanks for that, could you please confirm if the power distribution outputs are true in any way at all, even with just 2 devices connected? Say with your power brick & another device drawing 30W?

    The others being...

  8. ZaGaZ's avatar
    I got mine but I am disappointed with it... It only goes up to 26 watts charging my Galaxy S23 ultra.
    The phone supports 45 watts PD3 so I am gusiing it is not PD3 compliant... Poor!
    ZaGaZ's avatar
    Yeah got a better cable and can charge the S23u at 45w now 😁 neat charger
  9. BrianButterfield's avatar
    Cannot be bothered to make an account.... Why not just let you buy with Paypal and no account?
    Nesima's avatar
    Because the Chinese government wants to scrape your personal indentifiable data.
  10. hassanm's avatar
    If you have a samsung, this wont charge at full rate, also, wont charge from dead battery, it will only show the charging symbol. You'd have to attach it to a slow charger till you get 1% and then connect it to this fast charger to get 15w
    Fusion's avatar
    Charges mine no problem
    50598536-J1JMT.jpg (edited)
  11. ComingInHot's avatar
    Good one

    Ended up paying £20.86.
    jeti9's avatar
  12. dkl_uk's avatar
    My VPN blocks trackers so I had to go to the AliExpress site directly and search for this. I couldn't find it. What I could find was the same product but for £87.79.


    Seems to be a loss leading strategy, providing you get the item you're looking at.

    Edit: Added to basket, can't proceed past checkout as I'm stuck in a perpetual login loop that won't go past the username and password screen. (edited)
  13. Bunnster's avatar
    Ordered at £23.68.
  14. r4w80's avatar
    Does it charge fast a Google pixel 7 pro, if anyone has that combo? Thanks
    sheffield788's avatar
    Your phone needs a PPS charger to charge at its max speed. Your phone charges at 23w pps. Comments on this deal suggest people are charging their latest Samsung phones at the right wattage/super fast charge. These phones require PPS as well. So if it charges theirs, it will charge yours. Perhaps read the comments here and ask those we use this for their Samsung phones.
  15. hamsterboy's avatar
    Mine delivered today and it doesn't work!
    hamsterboy's avatar
    48 is good, defo does the job, unfortunately it wouldn't work with the Xiaomi supercharge protocol, so it wouldn't pass through / measure the 'up to 55w' that their proprietary charger kicks out. The 58 supports everything, twice. There's absolutely no need for the number of decimal points it has, but it's so so flashy and shiny. Got mine Chinese seller on eBay for £34. I must have had half a dozen testers and spent twice as much on that lot as I did on the 58, I don't regret it, but it is pricey just to measure what it does.
  16. hotdealsuk1973's avatar
    does this come with a usb cable too ? it probably doesn't i just wondered
    Iwantmytabletplease's avatar
    No usb cables
  17. popoyaya's avatar
    Just had this delivered.
    It only charges my Huawei phone and tablet at 20W, half their maximum charge rate. Tested with various 100w USB cables and the official Huawei one.

    That's with the USB-A sockets. The USB-C sockets are even worse, 10W max. (edited)
    rev6's avatar
    Which phone and tablet?
  18. ChrisProud's avatar
    Mine has just died, only lasted 2-3 months, at least it was cheap.
    nonameduser's avatar
    Sorry to hear. Same with me. Pity,I liked the form factor but not chancing it again
  19. Iwantmytabletplease's avatar
    Great charger, so good just bought a second at £26.23
  20. imransaleh96's avatar
    Pps support? Need it for s23 ultra
    Fusion's avatar
    It does super fast charging 2.0 on my s22 ultra at low soc 40 ish watts into the phone (edited)
  21. Josu's avatar
    Question only idoe power consumption, but for this money doesn't matter too much
    noiren's avatar
    When nothing is plugged in it switches off, at least going by the display
  22. mrbone's avatar
    I can't even log into Aliexpress. It is one of the worst shopping websites.
  23. Guan's avatar
    Gave up after several attempts at signing into my account. Accepts the verification code, but doesn't go any further.
  24. Kell774's avatar
    Welcome thanks for taking the time to share this.
  25. Soulja's avatar
    I got mine today and it's charging my rog ally at full speed. Very happy
  26. zwarder's avatar
    Really fast delivery & decent wee charger
  27. smokedog's avatar
    Very impressed with the look and feel. Weighty and premium feeling materials. Could easily pass for twice the price.
    dkl_uk's avatar
    That's the thing, the same product on the same site but under a different product # was 3x the price. I know GaN chargers well and honestly for the price this is just amazing.
  28. bignoyboy's avatar
    Arrived today and I'm very impressed with this for the price - and the display is actually quite useful!

    thanks OP
  29. qwertqaz94's avatar
    Arrived today, feels very well made and heavy for the price. Tested a few devices, MBA, Steamdeck, Galaxy buds, doesn't get hot and I like the live wattage display. Thanks OP.
  30. villageidiotdan's avatar
    Bit more expensive now but UK plug one was £26.40 so have pulled the trigger based on the reviews. It's only in the garden office so if it goes up in flames we'll be fine
    ZaGaZ's avatar
    I did exactly the same although I will be sleeping next to mine so let me know if your office gets char grilled
  31. Resonate's avatar
    Had this for months. Great charger. There are numerous brands using identical hardware. Get the cheapest.
  32. BodisBest's avatar
  33. Bunnster's avatar
    TCB as well
  34. Skillfulperson's avatar
    Can this charge a switch and power a raspberry pi 4 at the same time?
    Crossbow's avatar
    Should easily in theory going from the charger info at Nintendo switchchargers.com/faq/ - best suited ones output at 15V/2.6A.
    However, please read this thoroughly about 60-100W charger concerns switchchargers.com/saf…tch - original overdraw concerns that prompted that article reddit.com/r/N…ws/

    For reference, the output specs for this particular charger are as follows...
    Type-C1 Output: 5V/3A; 9V/3A; 12V/3A; 15V/3A; 20V/5A (100W Max)
    Type-C2 Output: 5V/3A; 9V/3A; 12V/3A; 15V/3A; 20V/5A (100W Max)
    Type-C3 Output: 5V/3A; 9V/3A; 12V/3A; 15V/3A; 20V/5A (100W Max)
    USB-A1 Output: 5V/3A; 9V/3A; 12V/3A; 20V/3A (60W Max)
    USB-A2 Output: 5V/3A; 9V/3A; 12V/3A; 20V/3A (60W Max)

    Also see how the power splits here if 2 or more ports are used simultaneously hotukdeals.com/com…074 (edited)
  35. OsamaBeenSaven's avatar
    It would cool to have one of these with an upstream link to a computer to split power/data transfer.

    If it had USB 3.2 speeds via USB-C and could output P.D. levels of power up to 100w that would be so cool.
  36. dwl99's avatar
    Reckon this is safe? It's not a brand I've ever heard of.
  37. DealHugger's avatar
    Is it OOS?
    Ray_DJ's avatar
  38. Thomas93's avatar
    Do i have to unplug the cables from power unit or just the device to get full charging speeds? My ugreen will limit the ports even if the cable is not drawing power
  39. MM0SDK's avatar
    seems to have raised in price now
  40. ZaGaZ's avatar
    £28.52 for me
    MM0SDK's avatar
    Me too delivered
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