expired Tronsmart Quick Charge 2.0 5 Port Charger $15.99 US, Xiaomi Roidmi Dual Car Charger Splitter $8.99 US @ GeekBuying

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Back on sale again is the popular Tronsmart 5 Port Charger with Quick Charge 2.0 and VoltIQ. Also on sale is the Xiaomi Roidmi Dual Splitter that will split a car cigarette lighter socket into two. It is designed to be used with the Xiaomi Roidmi Car Charger.

Update 1: More stock allocated for the Tronsmart Charger.
Update 2: Tronsmart Charger coupon expired.
Update 3: Coupon now extended.

AU$ based on exchange rate at time of posting. Free shipping included on all orders with Express Postage available.


While most chargers claim to be 40W - this Tronsmart charger is 54W and can provide greater amps across all USB ports simultaneously to provide faster charging. One port features Quick Charge 2.0 while the others have VoltIQ. Unlike other brands this charger has been Qualcomm and UL certified.

What is Quick Charge 2.0 and VoltIQ?

Tests have shown that a 3500mAh battery can be charged from 0% to 60% in only 30 minutes for any compatible device using Qualcomm's Quick Charge 2.0 technology.

The charger also utilises a technology called VoltIQ that is able to detect the charging protocol used in the device to provide the fastest possible charge (up to 5V/2.4A) without the risk overheating, overcharging and short circuiting etc. This is suitable for other devices that do not support Quick Charge 2.0 (5V/2A, 9V/2A, 12V/1.5A) including the iPad and iPhone.

List of tested QC 2.0 compatible phones can be found here


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  • +10 votes

    I have the Tronsmart QC 2.0 5 Port Charger AU, it's a very good charger I am very happy with it, IMO about Au$20 is a pretty good price for this given people will often pay about that for a crappy charger. Edit: In fact I like it so much I'm going to get a second one.

    • +3 votes

      Well cmon, where's your upvote? :)

      Can also agree with you, bought one last time, very happy with it and it's damn handy when you look at all the things in the house that frequently need charging. Took 1 of these on a local holiday, just had a main 'station' for phone/power bank/ipad charging, rather than tons of separate wall chargers

      • +1 vote

        I actually haven't ever bought from geekbuying so am hesitant to upvote, I was speaking to the product not the supplier/retailer.

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    Going to Japan soon, should I get the transmort quick charge or is the 110V current going to make it useless

  • +1 vote

    Hopefully the Tronsmart is better than the Floureon I bought (featured on OzB). 1 by 1, the USB ports are dying. The final port just died.

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    Same price as GearBest without code?

    Www.gearbest.com/car-charger/pp_278445.html?wid=21

    Edit: out of stock now lol, and white seems to cost a little more.

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      That is $9.16 and Gkb is $8.99.

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        GeaeBest seems to bill in selected currency though - mine came to AUD$11.89 on their site (used some points) and my card was charged AUD$11.89. After their generous currency conversion rates it's equal (with a good conversion rate card) or better (with a bad conversion rate).

        Still, out of stock now! :(

        ++For the Tronsmart deal, cheapest I've seen it I think…

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    The claimed test result is a bit optimistic with LG G4. It can only be charged to 55%

  • +3 votes

    Love this Tronsmart charger, have two, one at home and one for travelling. Standard figure 8 cable to the wall makes it ideal for travel because you can just get the cable for the country you are travelling to (which i usually have one lying around the house), if you don't already have one of those universal adapters.

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    Is this deal available in white?

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    I just visited the website and it said $22.99, not 15.99

    • +1 vote

      Please use the coupon mentioned in the post in the shopping cart to get the discount.

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    Will this charge a Samsung Galaxy S5 phone at maximum speed? i.e. same speed as directly into power outlet using the original charger.

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      Only the Japanese version uses Quick Charge 2.0. This will charge all other S5's up to 5V/2.4A. If I'm not mistaken the original S5 charger is at 5V/2A.

  • +5 votes

    The Tronsmart is an awesome charger. It charges iPhone and iPad very quickly. I have one for home and one for travelling. Will get an extra one for work.
    I recently bought an Apple Watch and it can charge it up in a very short amount of time, so you can pretty much wear the watch 23 hours of the day. Perfect for sleep and heart rate checking throughout the night!

    Clear: can we have the coupon code work for the chargers with the other figure 8 cables, e.g. UK, Europe, US? Many of us have the AU cable already and it would be nice to be able to get the foreign cables for travelling!

  • +3 votes

    Any chance of bring back the '6USBCABLES' to go with that charger?

    A $20USD bundle would be amazing if you can handle that :)

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    ordered the Tronsmart, thanks

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    Thanks OP! Ordered

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    How can I purchase more than one using code ? Added 2 to cart discount is for one. Thanks op

    • +1 vote

      You'll have to make 2 separate orders.

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        Will they package them together?

        I want to buy a few and don't want 3-4 separate deliveries.

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          An email to customer support and a PM with order numbers to me can have them shipped together.

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    Op pls deliver it before 29th Jan 😘

    • +1 vote

      It can take up to 30 business days with free shipping. Using express would get it by the 29th.

  • +1 vote

    How does this compare to the Blitzwolf one from https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/276438?

    Got one from that deal and would like a couple more but saw this.

    FWIW, currently in japan and the Blitzwolf unit is working fantastically.

    Thanks.

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      The BlitzWolf does not use Qualcomm's Quick Charge 2.0 technology (5V/2A, 9V/2A, 12V/1.5A). Instead it uses a smart IC chip that provides fast charging up to 5V/2.4A which the Tronsmart also uses in the other 4 ports. The BlitzWolf is also 40W while this is 54W.

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        I just lost my BlitzWolf while I was overseas. And I am looking for a replacement. So would you recommend this over the BlitzWolf? I don't own any device now that uses fast chatging.

        I like the BlitzWolf quality and it was cheap.

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      My Blitzwolf died after 8 months.
      I only ever used one of two ports at once so it was never overloaded.
      First only one of the ports died, then another, followed by another and eventually they all died.
      Going to get this to see if it lasts longer than 8 months.

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        That's interesting.

        I carried a "spare" regular charger just in case the Blitzwolf died on travel. I did run the Blitzwolf to full capacity on travel with 2 ipads, and 3 phones so it did get a bit hot. We will see how long it lasts but I am not using it back home, reverting back to the devices' normal plug in chargers.

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    How does this compare with the Blitzwolf BW-S7?
    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/253648

  • +1 vote

    Any deals coming up for your Tronsmart C3PTA Quick Charge 3.0 3-port car charger? :)

  • +1 vote

    Is there any other similar charger that has more than 1 QC2.0 port? I have 2-3 QC2.0 compatible devices in my household, and it would nice to have a charger that has at leaset 2 QC2.0 ports.

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  • +3 votes

    Regarding the UL certification

    I know the OP has attached a certificate but searching the UL database based on any of the certificate details (including the unique file number!) results on "no records found". This rings MAJOR alarm bells!

    Contrast that with a search for their competitors e.g. Anker and there is immediately Anker's certificate.

    Can the OP show the real certificate on the UL online database to verify authenticity? This would not be the first time a Chinese Shenzen company has put on fake certifications on their products so until the OP can prove this product was really tested by UL I'll be staying away as I've seen what happens when poorly made electrical products are plugged into your home.

    • +3 votes

      Qualcomm requires UL certification to be Qualcomm Certified and to appear in their list. Tronsmart was one of the first brands to launch with QC and is major Qualcomm partner.

      http://m.ul.com/industries/updates/detail/?feed=industry-ins...

      https://www.qualcomm.com/documents/quick-charge-device-list

      I will seek additional info from Tronsmart.

      Edit: UL's testing document mentions that a cerification listing costs an additional $350. This could be the reason why you cannot find Tronsmart in the database.

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        Confirmed. To be listed in UL's database the additional fee must be paid which Tronsmart have not done.

        You'll find most brands listed in Qualcomm's list does not appear in UL's database.

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          Brilliant work on clarifying, much appreciated.

        • +1 vote

          Confirmed. To be listed in UL's database the additional fee must be paid which Tronsmart have not done.

          Which means it IS NOT UL CERTIFIED and should not display the UL logo.

          UL Listing / Registration relates to product safety. The document in the OP and the link above by Clear relates to QUALCOMM QC2.0.

          This is a test performed by UL laboratory that relates to Qualcomm. This has nothing whatsoever to do with UL safety testing, and it is outrageously misleading to be making such claims about "UL Certified".

          In fact, getting right down to it… the OP is BREAKING THE LAW to even offer this for sale in Australia.

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          @llama: I am happy to amend the UL certification part if it's misleading.

          In fact, getting right down to it… the OP is BREAKING THE LAW to even offer this for sale in Australia.

          If GeekBuying was an Australian business and operating in Australia that would be correct. It's not illegal for an individual to buy and import unapproved devices. It is illegal for an Australian business to import and sell an unapproved device.

        • +1 vote

          @Clear:

          It's not illegal for an individual to buy and import unapproved devices.

          Correct - the individuals who purchase are not breaking the law (however they would have a complicated time if such a device caused an injury or fire).

          It is illegal for an Australian business to import and sell an unapproved device.

          It's not just about businesses at all. The wording of each state's legislation is that it is an offence is for a PERSON to 'sell' an unapproved device - and the definition (in legislation) includes the promotion and advertising of such an item, not just making the transaction. The penalties are higher for corporations, however the fines apply to PEOPLE (eg: directors) and not just to the company… in other words it's a personal liability.

          Of course, everything is cool until there is a safety related incident. The Mandatory Reporting legislation means that Fire Dept, Ambulance, Hospitals etc must report any incidents that involve injury or loss of property that relates to electrical products. And the State electrical safety regulators do chase down exactly how the product got supplied to the Consumer and they do go looking for somebody to take legal responsibility.

          Now, given that you are a Australian resident and given that you KNOW that the products you are promoting here are technically illegal… do you think that the Regulators would turn a blind eye to the fact that you are actively and continually advertising and promoting electrical goods that are non-compliant with Australian Standards? Yeah, you'll be right… you only do the promotion, and somebody else takes the money LOL.

          Whilst GeekBuying might be the overseas seller who invoices the product, I think it might be wise to get some advice about your responsibilities if something goes wrong. This topic is something that I know quite a bit about, having been involved in preparing legal defence after some quite random incidents (none of which were even serious), and some occurred up to 5 years after the goods were originally supplied.

          Irrespective of whether the product is "safe", it's the compliance that they nail people on. It only takes one toddler (or a granny in our last legal case) to cop a zap or see a spark, and…

  • -3 votes

    Ill never look at usb chargers the same again after seeing this.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Hdn0MuCK_0

    Teardown of one that was sending 240v to the usb.

  • +3 votes

    Thanks Clear. $24 delivered with TNT shipping is pretty rad. Will put this next to my anker gear and see how it compares, but at around a quarter or a third of the price of one of those it won't have to do much to be equivalently great.

  • +2 votes

    This is really good charger. I bought this about more than a year ago. It keeps the whole family happy :) I paid about $30 back then. Only problem for me now is that I got a Nexus 6P which needs 3V and Quick Charge 3.

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    So each and every port can output 2.4 amp if they are all being used at the same time time?

  • +1 vote

    need qc3.0 now…. 2.0 is old tech now

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    Thanks, got it for work so all the stooges stop taking my phone off charge to charge their own.

    • +1 vote

      unknown brand.Dont risk your house and your life.

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      looking good, reasonable price, as echno2000 said, unknow brand, don't want to get exploded,
      have you used it ?

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        I have one, and it workss great! I don't have any USB-C devices so I can't test that part, but the QC and regular USB ports work fine. No annoying LEDs nor coil whine, and I like that it has a native AUS plug (which easily swaps with duckheads from other countries). It was the best I could find since the Blitzwolf BW-S6 is still out of stock.

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    Can someone please recommend QC 3 charger with AU plug?

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    Thanks, bought.

    Used 28Degrees and conversion rate was 73.14c this morning

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    Got one! Thanks!

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    Hey rep, can you please confirm that it's an Australian wall plug that comes with it?

    US pricing, one image shows what looks like an Australian plug, and another image shows a US plug.

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      Just noticed one of the reviews this unit does not come with Aussie plug :(.
      Unfortunate.

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    Seemingly, other phones that aren't on the compatibility list are compatible too - my old Nokia 1020 charges super fast on this unit.

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    are there any for huawei P9's rapid charging?

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    Dammit, charger sold out now.

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    Waited to do it today… gone, ffs.

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    I'll see if I can get more stock allocated.

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      Great!

      Is there any QC4.0 for the new HTC 11 that's coming out in 2 months?
      5min charge = 50%

  • +1 vote

    Can you do a deal on QC3, 5 port chargers? I don't think I've ever seen you do a deal on those.

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    Good news! More stock has been allocated.

    • +3 votes

      Yeah but now the code doesn't work. Can you do any deals on the QC3 5 port? I don't care about the AU plug because I can get any Figure 8 AU cable.

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