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Posted 15 March 2023

UGREEN 65W USB C Charger, Nexode GaN Charger 3-Port Fast Wall Charger, US/UK/EU Plug for Travel - £39.99 sold by Ugreen @ Amazon

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  • Perfect for Travel Use: The Ugreen Nexode 65W Charger allows you go almost anywhere in the world with a US/UK/EU plug.
  • One Charger, More Devices: Two USB-C ports and 1 USB-A port enable this international USB C Charger to give up to 65W of charge to up to 3 devices at the same time
  • 65W High-Speed Charge: Powered by GaN chips, the Nexode 65W charger delivers 65W of high-speed power to a 13" MacBook Pro, charging it to 100% in less than 2 hours
  • Broad Compatibility: This 65w USB C Charger Compatible with MacBook Pro/Air, Dell XPS, iPhone 14/13/12 Series, Galaxy S Series, iPad Pro, Pixel Series, and more
  • Complete Charging Protection: Thanks to Intelligent Power Distribution tech, the Nexode 65W Charger adjusts power output for extended battery health. In addition, short-circut protection, overload protection, over-temperature protection, and over-voltage protection are provided for extra security.
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  1. sheffield788's avatar
    I really like the form factor and the switchable plugs. But £40 for a 65w charger it's a lot IMO. I see no info about PPS and a review states 'To get full 65W from one USB-C port, you will need to only connect 1 cable, and unplug the rest'. I didn't vote, but if I will see this at £20-25, I may consider it.
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    Any alternatives?
  2. GrahamStoneman's avatar
    Does anybody know if these struggle to charge low power devices like smart watches?

    I've got a UGREEN 100W desktop charger (slightly older model), and plugging anything into the USB-A port can mess up the adjacent USB-C port. Plus, anything using less than about 5W doesn't charge properly. It was complained about so much that they updated their website to acknowledge it.
    TTT6's avatar
    What do you mean mess up the USB C port? I found the same issue and it was solved by using the USB A for low power stuff
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