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UGREEN RG 65W USB C Charger, Nexode 3-Port Robot GaN Fast Charger Plug Type C Power Adapter Sold by UGREEN GROUP LIMITED UK FBA

£35.99£44.9920% off
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Awesome deal, looks like same offer on the Ugreen Website as well...
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  • Robot GaN Charger: Introducing our futuristic and adorable 65W USB C Robot GaN Charger, this UGREEN small robot-shaped charger combines functionality with fun, making it the ideal accessory for all your charging needs on the go
  • LED Display of Charging Status: Equipped with a smart mini screen, which shows the charging status in real-time when charging is in progress or when it has finished charging, please note that the LED display will only light up when plugged into the power strip
  • Powerful 65W Charging: The USB C1 port provides full 65W power when used alone, this Robot GaN charger only takes 30 mins to charge MacBook Air M2 from 0 to 51%
  • 3-Port Intelligent Charging: With 2 USB C ports and 1 USB A port, the UGREEN Nexode Robot GaN charger supports fast charging for 3 devices at the same time through an intelligent current distribution system, providing a total of up to 65W of power
  • Multiple Safety System: Built-in short circuit protection, overload protection, over temperature protection, and overvoltage protection are ready for all-round security

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  1. Uri's avatar
    I’m very confused.
    Is this a gimmick product with no real reason for it having feet and a face?
    OpineDevine's avatar
    I think it is supposed to be cute. People like cute
  2. rahhjarr's avatar
    They should have made the legs a battery pack so it would double up as a charger and power bank.
    pingsteruk's avatar
    A 230v battery pack?
  3. omgpleasespamme's avatar
    What's the point of this when the folding pin version is cheaper? amazon.co.uk/dp/…X1Z
    Alex_H's avatar
    It's simply for the robot face. If you don't care for that, much better options for sure.
  4. indyjukebox's avatar
    I think this a cheaper way to call it a travel plug by offering plug protection. Plus you can charge extra for the cuteness factor. Still not a bad price for a novelty item.

    The standard 65W charger @ £23 if much better value though.
    anouj's avatar
    the plug protection is just a cover for the pins nothing else
  5. wipe0wt2097's avatar
    100w minimum I would say these days
    indyjukebox's avatar
    What for? Everyone has different needs. Not everyone wants a bulky 100W charger.
  6. scottydogg81's avatar
    99% of people have wall sockets makes the face part of it useless 💁‍♂️
    paxku's avatar
    On a wall socket the face would be looking up, wouldn't it?
    Is the ground prong not always up?
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  9. anonymouse0's avatar
    does the LED screen still work while it's plugged into the feet? otherwise this could be seen as false advertising
  10. taz.miah's avatar
    Completely unrelated... Plus it's a kick-starter project, which means would probably never make it
  11. Skwoddie's avatar
    I have the not-robot, folding pin travel version of this charger; with 2x USB-C & 1x USB3 ports. It's outstanding. Charges a variety of Android devices (OnePlus 9 Pro, Samsung S23 Ultra, Xiaomi Note 12 Pro, Poco F5 & my Samsung Tablet, all at max speeds. Even charges my son's Chromebook (67W).

    We've paired it with 2x 3 metre Ugreen USB-C cables (right angle connector) for when we're on the sofa and it still provides max wattage.

    The robot face is a gimmick, but it's on an already excellent product.
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