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UGREEN USB C Charger 65W PD Charger Type C Wall Charger Plug £19.99 (Prime) / £20 (nonPrime) Sold by UGREEN & Fulfilled by Amazon
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UGREEN USB C Charger 65W PD Charger Type C Wall Charger Plug £19.99 (Prime) / £20 (nonPrime) Sold by UGREEN & Fulfilled by Amazon

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Posted 4th Nov
Universal usb c charger. Make order to £20 for free delivery if not on Prime .
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  • 65W Power Delivery Charger: UGREEN 65W USB PD Charger supports 5V/3A 9V/3A 12V/3A 15V/3A 20V/3.25A with PD 2.0, providing super fast charging speed for your device like Macbook Pro 13", Macbook, iPad Pro 2018, iPhone XR, HUAWEI Matebook X Pro, Lenovo Yoga 720, Lenovo Yoga 920, Lenovo 900, Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Carbon 5th Gen etc. For example, Macbook Pro can be fully charged in around 1.7H.
  • USB Quick Charger: The USB C PD Charger is compatible with Quick Charge 3.0 / 2.0, FCP from Huawei, Charge Agreement from Apple and Samsung, BC 1.2, which means it can also quick charge your phones such as iphone 8 / 8+, Samsung S9 S8 S8+ etc. For example, iphone X can be fully charged within 1.6H via this USB charger adapter.
  • Universal Compatibility: This 65W USB Charger is not only for laptops like acbook, MacBook Pro; HP Specter x360, Envy X360, Specter 13, Elite x2; Dell XPS13, XPS15, XPS12; Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon, Yoga 370; Asus Zenbook 3; Razer Blade Steath; Huawei MateBook, Acer Switch Alpha12, Asus ZenBook 3, Google Pixelbook, Chromebook Pixel etc but also for smartphones or tablets like Samsung S9, iPhone X, Huawei P20 Pro, Google Pixel 2, iPad Pro 12.9 '', Google Pixel C, Nokia N1 etc.
  • Safe and Portable: Certified by CE & FCC, this USB C Wall Charger can protect your devices away from short-circuit / over-heating / over-voltage etc, providing a safer charging for you. With the handy design, the Power Delivery Power Adapter is very handy for traveling.
  • Excellent Customer Services: Ugreen USB Type C Charger is backed with 24 months hassle-free replacement warranty and life time customer service.

Not Only PD Charge, But Also All The Quick Charge You Know
22574.jpgThis Ugreen USB Fast Charger is not only complys with PD quick charge protocol, but also complys with all the quick charge protocols you know such as QC 3.0 / 2.0 FCP AFC etc. Keep your devices powerful and get charged fastly. Less time waiting, more time enjoying.
22574.jpgMulti-protection, Safer Charging
This Type C Charger is built with multiple safety chips that prevent Over-charging, Over-heating, Over-current, Short-circuit, secure a safety charging for your digital device.
22574.jpgUniversal Compatibility(Partial List)
Laptops:
Apple: MacBook 2017 12 inch, MacBook Pro 2017 13 inch, MacBook 2016 12 inch, MacBook Pro 2016 13 inch;
Dell: XPS 13-9360/9350, XPS 12 - 9250, XPS 13 2 IN 1, Inspiron 5000 - 17 New, Inspiron 7000 - 17 2in1, Inspiron 7000 - NEW 13, Inspiron 7000 - NEW 13 2IN1, Inspiron 7000 - NEW 15, Inspiron 7000 - NEW 15 2IN1, Latitude 3000 - 2 in1, Latitude 5000 - 12, Latidude 7000 - 7285, Latitude 7000 - 7370;
Acer: Swift 3, Swift 5, Swift 7, Spin 7, Switch Alpha 12, Aspire Switch 12 S;
ASUS: ASUS ZenBook 3 UX390UA , ASUS ZenBook 3 Deluxe UX490UA, ASus ZenBook Flip S UX370UA, ASUS Chromebook Flip C302CA, ASUS Chromebook Flip C213SA;
Huawei: MateBook 13, Honor MagicBook 14, MateBook X Pro;
Lenovo: Lenovo Miix 510, ThinkPad 13 (2017), ThinkPad X270;


Tablets and Phones and others
  • iPad: iPad Pro 12.9" / 10.5", iPad Mini 5 7.9", iPad 4, iPad 5, iPad Air 2, iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 4, iPad Mini 3, iPad Mini 2, iPad Mini retina, iPad Pro, iPod Nano 7, iPod Touch 7, iPod Touch 6, iPod Touch 5;
  • iPhone: iPhone 11 / 11 Pro / 11 Pro Max / XS Max / XS / XR / X / 8 / 8 Plus / 7 / 7 Plus / 6 / 6 Plus / 6S / 6S Plus, Phone 5, 5s, 5c, 5s;
  • HuaWei: P30 / P20 Pro/ P20/ P10 Plus/ P10/ Mate 20 Pro/ Mate 20 X/ Mate 20/ Mate 10 Pro/ Mate 10, Honor 10/ View 10, P20 Lite/ P9/ P9 Plus/ nova 3e/ nova Plus/ nova lite/ nova lite+/ nova 2s/ nova 2/ nova 2 plus/ Mate 8, Honor 8/ 8 Pro/ MediaPad M5 etc;
  • Samsung: Samsung S10 / S9 / S9 Plus / S8 / S8 Plus / Note 8 / A9 2018 / A8 2018 / A8+ 2018 / A7 2017 / A5 2017 / A3 2017 / C9 Pro / C7 Pro / C5 Pro / Note FE etc;
  • Motorola: Moto G7, Moto G6, Moto Z, Moto Z Force, Moto Z Play etc;
  • GoPro: GoPro Hero 7, Hero 6, Hero 5 etc;
  • Others:Nintendo Switch, SanDisk Extreme 900, Seagate Innov8, and other USB C devices etc.

Package Content
  • UGREEN 65W Power Delivery USB-C Charger

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Top comments
jasee04/11/2019 04:19

I thought USB C was just a simple connector. Twenty four pins. 12 pins …I thought USB C was just a simple connector. Twenty four pins. 12 pins each side, symetrical so you didn't have to worry about which way the cable was connected. It seems that unfortunately the connector has gone the way of the stupid lightning connector so it contains a mass of electronics which negociates it's connection speed and current and with the USBC connector it is connected to (and similarly at the other end (of the cable)So you might get two usbc cables with seemingly the same (different) connectors on either end but which have entirely different connection speeds and currents.At least with the stupid lighting connector, if you bought one from Apple, you knew it was going to connect at the highest speed and current


It's not the cable that matters particularly, it's that QC USB-C chargers do really dumb things for no reason.

"24 pins you say? And we've been asked for 20V? Sure I'll just supply that on every single pin including ones with sensitive electronics that were never meant to carry power! What's that noise and why do I smell smoke?"

USB A QC chargers tend to be better because there are fewer pins to abuse. If you're going USB C though get a PD charger since that spec was intended for USB C.
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Supporting QC 3/2 is not a good thing, but otherwise a good charger
phox04/11/2019 02:37

Supporting QC 3/2 is not a good thing, but otherwise a good charger



Why?
jasee04/11/2019 03:28

Why?


Damages cables with e-marker, and can damage certain devices
Damn
phox04/11/2019 03:29

Damages cables with e-marker, and can damage certain devices



I thought USB C was just a simple connector. Twenty four pins. 12 pins each side, symetrical so you didn't have to worry about which way the cable was connected. It seems that unfortunately the connector has gone the way of the stupid lightning connector so it contains a mass of electronics which negociates it's connection speed and current and with the USBC connector it is connected to (and similarly at the other end (of the cable)
So you might get two usbc cables with seemingly the same (different) connectors on either end but which have entirely different connection speeds and currents.
At least with the stupid lighting connector, if you bought one from Apple, you knew it was going to connect at the highest speed and current
phox04/11/2019 03:29

Damages cables with e-marker, and can damage certain devices


And yet anker also supports all of that. And anker is regarded as superb charger.
jasee04/11/2019 04:19

I thought USB C was just a simple connector. Twenty four pins. 12 pins …I thought USB C was just a simple connector. Twenty four pins. 12 pins each side, symetrical so you didn't have to worry about which way the cable was connected. It seems that unfortunately the connector has gone the way of the stupid lightning connector so it contains a mass of electronics which negociates it's connection speed and current and with the USBC connector it is connected to (and similarly at the other end (of the cable)So you might get two usbc cables with seemingly the same (different) connectors on either end but which have entirely different connection speeds and currents.At least with the stupid lighting connector, if you bought one from Apple, you knew it was going to connect at the highest speed and current


It's not the cable that matters particularly, it's that QC USB-C chargers do really dumb things for no reason.

"24 pins you say? And we've been asked for 20V? Sure I'll just supply that on every single pin including ones with sensitive electronics that were never meant to carry power! What's that noise and why do I smell smoke?"

USB A QC chargers tend to be better because there are fewer pins to abuse. If you're going USB C though get a PD charger since that spec was intended for USB C.
Voted hot @sam_of_london , was compiling to post it, gald you posted it.
jasee04/11/2019 04:19

I thought USB C was just a simple connector. Twenty four pins. 12 pins …I thought USB C was just a simple connector. Twenty four pins. 12 pins each side, symetrical so you didn't have to worry about which way the cable was connected. It seems that unfortunately the connector has gone the way of the stupid lightning connector so it contains a mass of electronics which negociates it's connection speed and current and with the USBC connector it is connected to (and similarly at the other end (of the cable)So you might get two usbc cables with seemingly the same (different) connectors on either end but which have entirely different connection speeds and currents.At least with the stupid lighting connector, if you bought one from Apple, you knew it was going to connect at the highest speed and current


It's pretty easy to tell, cables are generally labelled, and it's a good thing, as it allows us to cram PCI-E and power down the same cable

Lightning cables don't all charge at the same speed, USB-C to lightning allows for higher voltage/current than USB-A
Rulandas04/11/2019 06:17

And yet anker also supports all of that. And anker is regarded as superb …And yet anker also supports all of that. And anker is regarded as superb charger.


QC is still bad, even if the Anker ones support

You'll note that no phone OEM uses QC, except Samsung, and Google strongly discourage usage of it
phox04/11/2019 08:50

QC is still bad, even if the Anker ones supportYou'll note that no phone …QC is still bad, even if the Anker ones supportYou'll note that no phone OEM uses QC, except Samsung, and Google strongly discourage usage of it


Curious to know how QC is bad.
This is the first time I'm hearing this.
PIPS04/11/2019 09:01

Curious to know how QC is bad. This is the first time I'm hearing this.


It modifies voltage out of spec, which burns out e-marker chips, they're supposed to take 3V3 or 5V, and it can put significantly higher voltages on supply lines
CampGareth04/11/2019 06:53

It's not the cable that matters particularly, it's that QC USB-C chargers …It's not the cable that matters particularly, it's that QC USB-C chargers do really dumb things for no reason. "24 pins you say? And we've been asked for 20V? Sure I'll just supply that on every single pin including ones with sensitive electronics that were never meant to carry power! What's that noise and why do I smell smoke?" USB A QC chargers tend to be better because there are fewer pins to abuse. If you're going USB C though get a PD charger since that spec was intended for USB C.



I hadn't really got on to Quick charge 2 or 3 or even 4 (apparently)
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But the pins are all the same size, so it's not that that prevents the pins being able to supply the highest power to the connacting wires. It's the wires themselves. My USB C cables seem to be less flexible and thicker than USB3 cables. Probably that's the reason why 'in case'. Which Pd does your cable support? There are 4 or five specifications (I think). All the generic lightning cables I've bought which eventually just stopped working. It's going to be be same, but worse, because you only (if lucky) have the manufacturer's word that his cable actually supports a particular pd, it may just charge slower or even get hot.
jasee04/11/2019 09:16

I hadn't really got on to Quick charge 2 or 3 or even 4 (apparently) .But …I hadn't really got on to Quick charge 2 or 3 or even 4 (apparently) .But the pins are all the same size, so it's not that that prevents the pins being able to supply the highest power to the connacting wires. It's the wires themselves. My USB C cables seem to be less flexible and thicker than USB3 cables. Probably that's the reason why 'in case'. Which Pd does your cable support? There are 4 or five specifications (I think). All the generic lightning cables I've bought which eventually just stopped working. It's going to be be same, but worse, because you only (if lucky) have the manufacturer's word that his cable actually supports a particular pd, it may just charge slower or even get hot.


I never bothered with QC charging, it’s a proprietary thing Qualcomm own - high current USB 5V at 2A was often fine and ‘quick enough and with USB PD now, that’s what I’ll worry about if anything. Other than directional issues with PD, it just works most of the time and with mains chargers they are one-way anyway.
Edited by: "plewis00" 4th Nov
phox04/11/2019 08:45

It's pretty easy to tell, cables are generally labelled, and it's a good …It's pretty easy to tell, cables are generally labelled, and it's a good thing, as it allows us to cram PCI-E and power down the same cableLightning cables don't all charge at the same speed, USB-C to lightning allows for higher voltage/current than USB-A



Well, none of my USB C charger cables are marked (I have two) and I've looked at the cable ends and the cable with a magnifying glass (one was supplied with the phone). A nightmare scenario
Edited by: "jasee" 4th Nov
jasee04/11/2019 09:25

Well, none of my USB C charger cables are marked (I have two) and I've …Well, none of my USB C charger cables are marked (I have two) and I've looked at the cable ends and the cable with a magnifying glass (one was supplied with the phone). A nightmare scenario


If they're not marked, then they're USB 2.0, may support higher currents, may not
Interesting. Never had issues with older anker charger with one port being qc. Can only say that people seem to be happy with this particular charger also. Anyway they introduced even more mess with usb c standard.
Decent charger - here's a decent cable to go with it:
Anker PowerLine+ C to C 2.0 cable (6ft/1.8m), High Durability, for USB Type-C Devices Including Galaxy S8, S8+, S9, S10, Google Pixel, Nexus 6P, Huawei Matebook, MacBook, iPad Pro 2018 and More amazon.co.uk/dp/…39E
Is Ugreen a good make? Not gonna set the house on fire is it?

I'm looking at the 18w USB-C PD charger for iPhone
QC is also likely discouraged because manufacturers have to pay Qualcomm a royalty for it. Same reason why there was an attempt made to discourage HDMI on laptops and replacing it with Display Port.
Now regarding burning cables with chips. I guess If you charge something that you know it supports well it will do just fine. Or Just get yourself not chipped cable from Ugreen like "UGREEN USB C Cable, Braided 60W 20V/3A" which is cheap or similar...
Edited by: "Rulandas" 4th Nov
Purchased a very similar UGREEN charger in July. Died after approx 2 months and i got a full refund, but not sure if i would personally buy another UGREEN charger.
This work ok with a note 10 plus after reading a few comments im not sure u want to risk it
You green. Me hulk.
Grrrr
Great charger, perfect as a spare and travel for our Yoga and Surface Go
Quite fancy having a PD charger that I can flip between my phone and my Dell laptop but worried about suitability of cables

the one that’s integral to the Dell dock is fairly thick
Voted hot
In the 70s I was (one of many) at the leading edge of 'digital' tech.
Now battery chargers confuse me
Shame it's not a QC 4.0. Only rated at 18w for my smartphone (9v @ 2a).
Bought this a few weeks ago at 19.99 - very happy with it.
Carry it with me for both iphone charging and macbook charging (old macbook with magsafe and a usbc -> magsafe cable) and works great for both.
sam_of_london04/11/2019 13:25

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Is there an easy/obvious way to back up manufacturer's claims for cables? I've got a few AmazonBasics (USB-C to USB-C) ones around the house but looking on their spec they're advertising 5V and up to 3amp, so that's only 15W.

There are some cables (inc. by this manufacturer, Ugreen) on Amazon claiming 60W but I honestly don't know if I'd trust it.
All the above comments regarding pins, QC and PD confuse the life out of me!
RedRain04/11/2019 12:52

This work ok with a note 10 plus after reading a few comments im not sure …This work ok with a note 10 plus after reading a few comments im not sure u want to risk it


It will cap out at 20w and not give the full 40w the note 10 supports

The note 10 requires the charger to be PD 3.0 and it needs to support PPS and use an emarked cable to do anything higher
Bossworld05/11/2019 10:25

Is there an easy/obvious way to back up manufacturer's claims for cables? …Is there an easy/obvious way to back up manufacturer's claims for cables? I've got a few AmazonBasics (USB-C to USB-C) ones around the house but looking on their spec they're advertising 5V and up to 3amp, so that's only 15W. There are some cables (inc. by this manufacturer, Ugreen) on Amazon claiming 60W but I honestly don't know if I'd trust it.


The cable needs to be emarked to properly support upto 100w

Ive got this one (in both 1m and 2m) which works great
USB C to USB C Cable 2M,Nimaso USB Type C 100W 20V/5A PD Fast Charging Date Cable with E-Mark Chip for MacBook,Macbook Pro,iPad Pro 2018,MacBook Air,ChromeBook Pixel,Galaxy S8/S8+ amazon.co.uk/dp/…ACH
Have some heat. Literally bought a different version a couple of days ago for £7 more! Better get some petrol in my time machine...
Remember guys only a Genuine Apple USB Charger can give you fast charge on your phone no other cable will work no matter if they claim it does, it doesn’t.

Best way to find out is by using Amperes 4 app OR hearing the charging ding/vibration twice.
phox04/11/2019 09:02

It modifies voltage out of spec, which burns out e-marker chips, they're …It modifies voltage out of spec, which burns out e-marker chips, they're supposed to take 3V3 or 5V, and it can put significantly higher voltages on supply lines


Could you please post some links to evidence?
Alex_H05/11/2019 16:56

Could you please post some links to evidence?




NathanK is a well-respected expert in the field, his word is practically law at this point
OldCity05/11/2019 15:28

Remember guys only a Genuine Apple USB Charger can give you fast charge on …Remember guys only a Genuine Apple USB Charger can give you fast charge on your phone no other cable will work no matter if they claim it does, it doesn’t.Best way to find out is by using Amperes 4 app OR hearing the charging ding/vibration twice.


That's simply not true.

Any USB-PD source can fast-charge an iPhone, provided it meets the spec
ChambyR3305/11/2019 15:19

The cable needs to be emarked to properly support upto 100wIve got this …The cable needs to be emarked to properly support upto 100wIve got this one (in both 1m and 2m) which works greatUSB C to USB C Cable 2M,Nimaso USB Type C 100W 20V/5A PD Fast Charging Date Cable with E-Mark Chip for MacBook,Macbook Pro,iPad Pro 2018,MacBook Air,ChromeBook Pixel,Galaxy S8/S8+ https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07QPNRGYH/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_0jzWDb27XVACH


Interestingly that cable doesn't mention USB-IF certification, which means it's technically not a USB Type C cable, it's just physically and electronically compatible
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