UGREEN USB C PD Charger, 18W Power Delivery Type C Fast Wall Charger £10.79 (Prime Exclusive) @  UGREEN GROUP LIMITED & Fulfilled by Amazon
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UGREEN USB C PD Charger, 18W Power Delivery Type C Fast Wall Charger £10.79 (Prime Exclusive) @ UGREEN GROUP LIMITED & Fulfilled by Amazon

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Refreshed 9th Oct (Posted 8th Oct)Expires on 31/10/2019
  • 18W PD Fast Charger: 18w output enables this 18W USB Charger to charge the latest iPhones at a full speed. For example, iPhone X can be charged from 0% to 50% within only 0.5h, which is much more faster than 5V / 1A charger adapter.
  • Support Three Charging Protocols: Except for PD Devices, this USB C Phone Charger can also quick charge for QC 4.0/3.0/2.0 supported devices like Samsung S10. In addition, for Non-QC and Non-PD devices like Huawei P20 Lite, the PD Wall Charger supports BC 1.2 (5V/1.5A or 5V/1A) standard charge for them.
  • Universal Compatibility: This Ugreen USB C Charger can quick charge for PD & QC devices like iPhone 11 / 11 Pro / 11 Pro Max / XR / XS Max / XS / X / 8, iPad Pro 2018, Samsung S10 Note9 A70, Huawei P30 Honor 20, Google Pixel 3A, Xiaomi Redmi Note 7, Nokia 7.1, Nintendo Switch and more. For Huawei P9, Moto G7, Honor 9, LG V30+ etc Non-QC and Non-PD devices, the Wall Charger will charge them at 5V / 1.5A.
  • Safe and Portable Power Delivery Charger: Built-in mulit-protections, this Type C PD Charger can effectively protect your device away from over-voltage, over-heating, short-circuiting etc. Compact and Lightweight design makes this QC 3.0 Charger a perfect travel companion.
  • Good Product, Excellent Customer Service: UGREEN USB Travel Charger is backed with 18-month hassle-free replacement warranty and life time customer services.
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It’s £12 not £10.79
I approve of this charger, won't damage any compliant devices, unlike a lot of the chargers posted on here
phox09/10/2019 01:37

I approve of this charger, won't damage any compliant devices, unlike a …I approve of this charger, won't damage any compliant devices, unlike a lot of the chargers posted on here


How do you know this?
ismailc1200009/10/2019 06:54

How do you know this?


Agreed, i’m presuming the poster has used one for an extensive period of time
ismailc1200009/10/2019 06:54

How do you know this?


This particular charger actually meets spec, providing up to 18w (9V2A profile iirc) without using QuickCharge or any proprietary technologies that modify VBUS and data voltages
Used this for a few months for my iphone xs and I can confirm no issues whatsoever. Although I did buy it on Amazon for around £8
phox09/10/2019 08:29

This particular charger actually meets spec, providing up to 18w (9V2A …This particular charger actually meets spec, providing up to 18w (9V2A profile iirc) without using QuickCharge or any proprietary technologies that modify VBUS and data voltages


All well and good but I've used various chargers over the years, at worst the rubbish ones would just charge very slowly.
Niz09/10/2019 20:51

All well and good but I've used various chargers over the years, at worst …All well and good but I've used various chargers over the years, at worst the rubbish ones would just charge very slowly.


Bad chargers will damage good cables, they can also damage the device if the voltage goes out of spec
phox09/10/2019 21:06

Bad chargers will damage good cables, they can also damage the device if …Bad chargers will damage good cables, they can also damage the device if the voltage goes out of spec


I guess you know a lot about these things and I don't know much to add to the conversation, all well and good but ive never come across a disastrous situation as yet.

Post links to what a bad charger looks like that has been posted on HUKD, that might help.
Niz09/10/2019 21:10

I guess you know a lot about these things and I don't know much to add to …I guess you know a lot about these things and I don't know much to add to the conversation, all well and good but ive never come across a disastrous situation as yet.Post links to what a bad charger looks like that has been posted on HUKD, that might help.


Any charger that supports proprietary charging methods (Qualcomm QuickCharge etc.) has the potential to damage a device/cable, especially e-marked cables
phox09/10/2019 21:13

Any charger that supports proprietary charging methods (Qualcomm …Any charger that supports proprietary charging methods (Qualcomm QuickCharge etc.) has the potential to damage a device/cable, especially e-marked cables


Could you please elaborate on that? How, why? I'm genuinely curious.
kotlety09/10/2019 22:16

Could you please elaborate on that? How, why? I'm genuinely curious.


It applies voltage incorrectly, to the power line of the e-marker, which burns out the chip
If your phone will only take 3w and you give it 6w what do you think will happend to the device

Check your orignal chargers input/output
zararh09/10/2019 23:41

If your phone will only take 3w and you give it 6w what do you think will …If your phone will only take 3w and you give it 6w what do you think will happend to the deviceCheck your orignal chargers input/output


It will only take 3w, clever stuff
zararh09/10/2019 23:41

If your phone will only take 3w and you give it 6w what do you think will …If your phone will only take 3w and you give it 6w what do you think will happend to the deviceCheck your orignal chargers input/output


Chargers don't work like this though, afaik the device decides the current based on voltage drop. Go watch bigclive on YouTube
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