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Posted 2 October 2022

Xiaomi 33W Charging Combo (Type-A) - £12.99 + £4.90 delivery @ Xiaomi

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Product specifications

Product name - Xiaomi 33W Charging Combo (Type-A)

Product model - MDY-11-EY
Port type - USB-A

Input parameters - 100–240V~, 50/60Hz, 0.7A
Output parameters - 5V⎓3A / 9V⎓3A / 12V⎓2.25A / 20V⎓1.35A / 11V⎓3A Max

Dimensions - 62×46.8×28mm (excludes pin length)


Smart device identification - Different charging powers
Suitable for international travel - AC 100-240V wide range voltage
Smart temperature control - Automatic power adjustment
High-level flame-resistant materials - Enhanced safety

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    One of the best chargers on the market right now
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    Assuming this is the charger that came with Poco phones, it's solid, I've used it for 2 years every day for numerous devices and is fast and great
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    Just ordered this the other day, first time I'd seen them sell "spare" chargers.
    It's a great charger I think it's the one that came with my note 9 pro just the postage is a killer if you don't want anything else
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    Thanks for this, been looking for one for sometime now. I also activated TopCashBack, it's not much but why not?
    Thanks to you mate. I didn't realise until today that Xiaomi do Topcashback.
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    I believe Xiaomi phones such as the POCO F3 and Redmi Note 10 will charge up to 33W(ish) on any suitably powerful charger and USB cable, but when you go above this (i.e. 67W, 120W) you have to use a Xiaomi charger and USB cable.

    Edit: I've just tested a new 100W USB cable (non-Xiaomi) with a Xiaomi 67W PSU and the matching POXO X4 Pro and it only charged at 18W so possibly that is the limit if not using Xiaomi chargers and cables? (edited)