expired Kogan Premium 80W 5 Port USB Charger (QC 3.0 & Type-C PD) $49 Free Delivery (or further 10% off with NAB or Amex CC on Amazon)

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Tronsmart and Blitzwolf charger get a lot of post OZBargains, but I've never seen this one listed before. It's unique in that it's the only one I've seen that supports USB Power Delivery and QC 3.0 at the same time with full speed across all ports if within 80w limit. I've no idea what the build quality is like, hopefully it's good (your comments are appreciated, given I'm in the market for a decent charger).

There are also cheaper 3 port versions available.

$49 Kogan Premium 80W 5 Port USB Charger (QC 3.0 & Type-C PD) https://www.amazon.com.au/Kogan-Premium-Port-Charger-Type-C/...
$39 Kogan Premium 60W 3 Port USB Charger (QC 3.0 & Type-C PD) https://www.amazon.com.au/Kogan-Premium-Port-Charger-Type-C/...
$35 Kogan 45W 3 Port USB Charger (Type-C PD) https://www.amazon.com.au/Kogan-45W-Port-Charger-Type-C/dp/B...

Product description:
You’ll never be left struggling to find a spare powerpoint to charge your USB devices with this fantastic device. 1 x USB-C port with Power Delivery 2.0 capabilities 4 x USB-A ports with Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 technology MultiProtect Safety System keeps your devices safe with short circuit protection, temperature control and more advanced safety features Fast charging technology Ultra compact design The Kogan Premium 80W 5 Port USB Charger (QC 3.0 & Type-C PD) allows you to charge all of your USB powered devices at once, with one port dedicated to USB-C devices. The slim design of the charger makes it easy to fit in your bag and carry with you wherever you go. The 4 USB-A ports are equipped with Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 technology that fast charges compatible devices, and the Power Delivery 2.0 capabilities of the USB-C port keeps laptops charged with ease. Whether you’re using just 1 or all 5 ports at the same time, this fantastic charger will charge all of your devices at full speed. Safe and secure The MultiProtect Safety System combines built-in surge protection, temperature control and more fantastic safety features, so you can rest assured your devices are in good hands while charging with the Kogan Premium 80W 5 Port USB Charger. Note: You must connect the unit to a power source to begin charging.

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  • +1 vote

    Sounds like everybody has been wanting from tronsmart and blitzwolf. USB C PD and QC3 ports.

    will probably also have proper AU power cord and easier returns if there is a problem.

    I presume QC3 drops to 2.1 amps if normal device is charged e.g Ipad ?

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      Usually the AU model of the Tronsmart and Blitzwolf chargers do come with AU (to figure 8) cables. With the pin insulation and all.

  • +2 votes

    The 80W unit only delivers maximum 60W to the USB-C port which is inadequate for a 2017 MBP.

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      But should be enough for my X1 Carbon

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      Does Apple prevent it from working at all, or is it a really slow charge? That's surprising to me, as my Chromebook Pixel LS with an i7 charges with a 40w USC C PD charger, it's just slower.

  • +1 vote

    Specs look good. But not sure about kogan brand stuff. Had some bad experiences in the past with their brands of products.

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      "Specs look good. But not sure about kogan brand stuff."

      There is also the question of what the device actually can put out and for how long. Then there is the long term life of the device.

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      Agree. I personally will never buy kogan brand anymore (bought 3-5x in the past, one of the went to the bin 1 hour after arrival)

  • +17 votes

    The prices are the same on their actual websites, $49 @ Kogan and $49 @ Dick Smith. This isn't on sale either, the prices haven't changed (this is the normal price) since the 22nd of November according to Price Hipster. You are better off creating a new Kogan account and using the free $10 referral credit which will make it $39, better than 10% off with NAB or AmEx CC.

  • +4 votes

    Whilst no bargain, made me aware of this product. Thanks to stubtb for the info about referral. Saves me $10 for something that will be useful for my Yoga charging needs as well as mobiles.

    • +1 vote

      I always use ozbargain for purchasing advice. If you buy please share any feedback as it helps others know what to get. Thanks.

      • +1 vote

        I always use ozbargain for purchasing advice.

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    PD plus 4x QC3.0 = 80W? Does not compute.

    Output specs?

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      QC3 has a maximum output of 18W. Doesn't leave much for USB-PD if they were used to their max. simultaneously.

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        simultaneously is the key word …. how often would have 5 devices flat needing as charge ?

        the idea you can plus in 5 devices and charge over a longer period or 2 devices quicker.
        I often have 3 devices overnight so the idea here is plug in 5 devices and ready in the morning, or one or 2 devices if in a hurry.

    • +1 vote

      If you zoom in on the photo on Amazon you can see the supported voltages

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        Ah cheers.

        Looks like USB-C does 60W and USB-A does 70W (total presumably, which is just under 18W per port). Not at the same time obviously.

        I wonder if this really can do PD at 60W and one QC3.0at a full 18W at the same time. Anyone have one?

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    I've seen that supports USB Power Delivery and QC 3.0 at the same time with full speed across all ports.

    If you had all the ports occupied you're not going to get full speeds simultaneously on each device. There is not enough watts.

  • +1 vote

    Any review on this product? I need something with 60W PD for my MBP

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      If it actually meets the standards for USB C PD 60w it should be more than adequate. It wouldn't surprise me if Apple pulled some kind of "not Apple licensed" stunt though so that you had to use their officially licensed cables and chargers ($$$$).

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        I would expect this to work without issue, as I use other no-name 3rd party 60W USB-C chargers with my 2017 15" MBP and have no issues.

  • +1 vote

    Thanks for making me aware of this product. Seems to have the highest USB-PD wattage for a multi port charger that I can find.

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      I've been looking for a while, and they all seem to top out at 60W delivery to the USB-C port, no matter their total output rating.

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    20V on both the 5-port and the 3-port. 3-port only does 40W max though.

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    Any suggestion on a car PD charger?

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    I bought one based on the reviews of this Amazon unit, which seems to also be a rebadged: https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B071GQVFWT/ref=cm_cr_arp_mb_b...

  • +1 vote

    Here's my quick review of the 80W charger. Seems good quality - heavy and strong plastic cover. You get a figure 8 AU plug and short usb c to c cable as well some plastic feet that can make the charger stand vertically (I am not using this as it seems very flimsy).
    I bought it charge my dell xps 13" (which normally uses 45W laptop charger). The dell supports usb c with PD power delivery charging. Plugging it into the usb c power port on the dell the charger is using 45W with the laptop turned on. When the laptop's lid is closed (sleeping) the charger outputs only about 30W. I assume the laptop does not need the full 45W when it charging in the powered off state. Connecting a quick charge compatible phone into the charger using one of the usb A ports increases the power usage another 6-7W which seems about right. I am also looking to charge my Xiaomi ZMI 20000 mah powerbank when it arrives from Gearbest which also supports usb c PD.
    I have only had the charger for about a week and its seems ok, warranty with Kogan should be ok.

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      I haven't done any measurements but it seems to charge my Lenovo X1 Carbon whilst also maintaining a few other devices like iPad and S8. Great device.

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    Has anyone used this or the 3 port to charge Pixel 2. I'm looking for the best charger to plug in USB c for pixel, lightning for iPhone/iPad and micro USB for Bluetooth headphones/speaker or powerbank. Thanks.

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      UPDATE - I purchased the $39 Kogan Premium 60W 3 Port USB Charger (QC 3.0 & Type-C PD) and setup a charging station at home away from our bedroom side tables (the main point of buying it). So far no issues and is able to charge Pixel 2, iPhone 6S and Headphones at the same time. I think it charges fast and perfect for $29 (thanks for the $10 off)

      Also - I got a Baseus Peas Magnetic Cable Clip to go with it

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