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BlitzWolf 40W Smart 5-Port High Speed Desktop Charger US $15.99 Shipped at Banggood.com

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Have a collection of devices fighting to get power? Our deal today allows you to charge up to 5 devices at a blazing hot speed. The BlitzWolf supply’s up to 8A across 5 ports and it can be placed on your desk so you never need to hunt around on the floor for a spare AC plug.

Plugging your device into the BlitzWolf gives more than just a charge as the Power3S technology is capable of automatically adjusting the output to optimize charging time. If your device supports high speed then you will enjoy the full force of up to 2.4A of charging speed; if it does not support fast charging Power3S will adjust the output and keep your device charging at a safe speed.

BlitzWolf are a new player on the market and we are offering this at an exclusive OZ Bargain price of only $15.99 US.

The white one is on Flash deal:

http://www.banggood.com/BlitzWolf-40W-Smart-5-Port-High-Spee...

What's inside?

http://img.banggood.com/deals/edm/topic/bigtime150430/bigtim...
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  • +1

    Seems cheap. What are the odds of this blowing up?

    • Valid concern as even some one port chargers get hot. These are great and have temperature and current overload protection, we have tested charging on all 5 ports and found they run surprisingly cooler than your standard chargers, slightly warm to the touch, and no plastic smell. BlitzWolf give us a introductory price so we can offer this super deal.

      • Valid concern as even some one port chargers get hot. These are great and have temperature and current overload protection, we have tested charging on all 5 ports and found they run surprisingly cooler than your standard chargers, slightly warm to the touch, and no plastic smell. BlitzWolf give us a introductory price so we can offer this super deal.

        Getting "hot" is not really the main concern.

        As these no doubt have no electrical safety certifications for Australia, the worry would be failing 'unsafely'.

        Have you done any testing with a 240v input?

    • Cap could go bang good :)

    • -2

      What are the odds of this blowing up?

      When the manufacturer can't even get the correct spelling on their device for the word "Smart" - probably rather high. They spelt the word "Samrt".

      • -2

        Well I have seen so many people who are good in spelling, but not that smart also (and vice versa) ;)

      • Haven't you even heard of Samrt?

        Maybe it's an artificial intelligence called Sam that keeps it at the right temperature.

  • Can't find many other sellers with this brand, and no reviews out there. There's a press-release style post on their site about it, but I'm not too comfortable with the product without knowing much about what's inside it.

    http://blog.banggood.com/blitzwolf-is-a-fast-charger-on-ster...

    Also there's some confusing terminology, it is a regular charger with up to 2.4A per USB or 1.6A per port when all are being used. No quick charge is supported.

    • Where are you reading 1.6A when all ports used?
      It's not unusual for battery chargers to supply higher current when only 1 or 2 slots are used, and drop to lower current when all slots are used. So this thing probably outputs 2.4A when 2 ports are used, and only 1.6A when all ports are used.

    • It does support 2.4 A in one port, but the max is 8A across all 5 ports, so if you are plugging into all 5 ports it must share the 8A across all 5. It can supply 2.4A on 3 USB ports at the same time, that would be 7.2A in total so less than the max 8A.
      Even at an average 1.6A per port it is still faster than a standard charger, combine that with the price and it's a solid bargain

    • +1

      Searched the model number in the photos - ZQW121123050805 (PA40W).
      Shows that it's also called FLOUREON® 40W 5 port usb charger and is available on international Amazon sites too:
      http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00QEJSZYY
      The amazon site shows numerous other options too. I'm surprised there are so many makers for this product.

  • +1

    The white one is $16.99 regular price, so not much of a discount…

    • Yes, on sale. Regular shows at 21.99

      • +6

        Yes, and everyone buys Kathmandu gear at RRP ;)

  • +1

    I've tried a couple of different 4 port models from eBay - 2 of the first model I bought died within 6 months (was very cheap though), the latest one is going very well in comparison (brand of the latest one is Saipard - 4.5A across 4 ports).

    If this one is actually good then I could certainly use a couple.

  • what's the chances of this being delivered before june 4? highly unlikely?

    • +1

      Hi,it usually takes 7-15 business days to arrive.

  • +2

    wow freaky, I literally 15 minutes ago bought one of these devices off ebay, and now it shows up on ozbargain lol.

    Mine looks the same, same specs, but even cheaper (there is a free shipping option when u get to checkout)…
    http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/301616725191

    • +1

      looks a little bit different.. but yeah same specs.. well done!

    • +2

      That is a great deal but we would not compare to the Blitzwolf, many look similar on the outside but are different in the inside, on eBay it’s labeled as 30W ours is 40W and also has the Power3S tech. Im not saying it’s is not a bad charger but for a few dollars extra the BlitzWolf is a much better charger and you can rest safe as the Wolf is also tested to be safe.

      • the Wolf is also tested to be safe.

        Sorry, I must have missed that.

        Would you please post or link to those test results.

      • You should open one up and show the quality of the internals. The one on eBay may be the same thing in a different shell. It's common in China to use similar reference design circuits and some company just puts their own shell over it. Usually some even make theirs cheaper by reducing components deviating from the reference design to cut costs. The aftermath of this is usually poor voltage regulation over high current situations and poor filtering resulting in ghost touches when devices are charging from it.

        • You should open one up and show the quality of the internals.

          OP already did. It's in the OP.

          edit: failed to see A3Australia's links underneath..

  • +1

    I have the anker 60watt i have fast charged 5 ipad airs, a little hand to find as the brand is made for amazon and not shipped to oz. but they show up on ebay new too. Great option to charge all your tech odd one socket. I would be less inclined to trust my gadget to an unknown is it really worth the risk to kill your 900 dollar iphone on a 15 dollar charger

    • Fair point, and I totally agree and don't want to just push for sales but it is tested to be safe and the main risk in most chargers is heat and meltdown as the transistors get too hot and there are stories of charger meltdowns, Power3S protects from overheating and the transistors, even at full current are not pushed to high temperatures. The internal regulators on most chargers would prevent any high level damaging voltage from hurting the equipment.
      Where most apple nightmares come from are by using non official cheap cables that are known to cause problems, especially under fast charging as they use substandard wire that can heat or melt under the load.
      Your warning is valid, but we have tightly checked this both inside and out.

  • +1

    says US$19.99 after applying coupon code.

    • +1

      $15.99 for me…

  • +1

    While we are looking at un-certified (at least for Australia) 5-Port Chargers.

    Here is one that I have been successfully using for quite some time. Quite a well known brand, and I have several of them.

    http://www.aliexpress.com/item/ORICO-DCAP-5S-5-port-USB-char...

    USD $14.88 delivered
    Approximately AUD $19.66 delivered

    Currently on sale - I paid about US$10 more.

    These guys make the other famous brands such as BH photo, Conrad, and Anker.

    • I just registered and got a $5USD coupon.. so it's $14.88USD delivered on new accounts

      Now to decide between the Orico/Blitzwolf/eBay…. :S

      Wanna open yours up and show the internals for @dtnvong to inspect? :P

      • I just registered and got a $5USD coupon.. so it's $14.88USD delivered on new accounts

        Ahhh…. No, when you try to use it you will find that you need to spend almost US$200 to use that US$5 coupon.

        • well up until payment section the total is still $14.88USD.. they don't accept paypal though hmm :/

        • +1

          @CVonV:

          well up until payment section the total is still $14.88USD.. they don't accept paypal though hmm :/

          Yes, it was US$14.88 before the coupon.

          No, you can't use the coupon on orders under US$199

          You pay by credit card. Alibaba process the payment via the UK. They pay the supplier after you acknowledge safe receipt (or after 60 days I think).

        • @A3Australia:

          ahh geez getting my USD/AUD numbers mixed up so i got confused ><

          roughly how long did delivery take for you if i may ask?

        • @CVonV:

          roughly how long did delivery take for you if i may ask?

          About three weeks I think.

  • +1

    Thanks A3Australia.

    Looks like a pretty standard design. Nothing special that I can really tell from it. The board looks isolated enough between 240v ac to 5v usb (big distance in tracks roughly centre of bottom pcb). It doesn't look to me as you would get electrocuted. But it's mostly built by hand! Wow.. Either not fully mass produced using machines or this is an order early prototype. You risk huge issues building by hand and could easily short circuit and produce duds. The build quality isn't that great from what I can see from this example.

    I can't see the ac rectification stuff as the heat shield is covering it in the pics..

    Overall, this looks like a pretty standard DC supply that's populated with its intended components. I've seen way worse. Sometimes another batch of dc supplies will reduce components for this one to save more costs.

    Can't really see how clean the power output is but 40w is a lot of power to push out. It maybe won't be able to regulate properly with just the two voltage regulators . However, can't judge as can't see part numbers or even validate quality components.

    • There's some smarts in this thing when I re-checked.. Some sort of logic controller I thunk.. Also the transformer isolation is a bit too close to the dc regulator for my liking on the component side - not majority solder side . the bit where the black plastic strip is isolating the yellow transformer held by silicon glue scares me.

  • Does anyone else get the site in russian when they click on the picture or is it just me. I have hola switched off…

    • yeah just click on the English link at the top right

      • K. Thank.s I thought there was something wrong with my computer because I was using hola today.

  • What's going on with diode D111 in the PCB photo? It looks like the top right hand corner is broken off. And is another device patched into the circuit just above it?