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Coosa 4-Port 72W USB Wall Charger with Type-C PD 60W $39.99 + Delivery (Free with Prime / $49 Spend) @ CoosaDirect Amazon AU


Excellent product… USB-C gives 60W which is good for charging latest MacBook Pros with Touchbar and 2.4A for all USB-A ports

Better than this deal for USB-C charging if you need (although 1 less USB-A port)

Product is same as Nekteck which is popular at Amazon US and Wirecutter recommended or here

Free delivery with Prime

  • [USB TYPE-C POWER DELIVERY] 60W PD Charger Widely compatible with all USB C devices. Support MacBook Pro, Nexus 5X/6P, Nintendo Switch, Pixel 2 XL , Lumia 950/950XL, Chromebook Pixeland other USB C devices.
  • [3 SMART CHARGING USB-A PORTS] Charges up to 3 devices at once and one power port up to 5V/2.4A max. Compatible with most smartphones such as Apple iPhone 8, 7, 6s, 6s Plus, 6 Plus, 5, 5C, 5S, iPad ProMiniAir, Samsung Galaxy S7S7 Edge, Kindle, etc.
  • [ULTRA CONVENIENT] Fashionable design, size only 3.582.951.08 inches,very small and convenient to carry,high capacity, worldwide voltage compatibility (100-240V/AC) ideal for international travel,fast charging ability, keeps your digital devices running on all the time.
  • [SAFETY GUARANTEE] Accurate limited current output and over current protection,Overload protection and over voltage protection,short circuit protection. Over temperature protection and remove the fault conditon auto-recovery.
  • [AUTHORIZED CERTIFICATION & LIFETIME SUPPORT GUARANTEE] Precision electrical components, PCB device included, fireproof line version, and imported fireproof plastic.CE,FCC,IC,UL certificated. 30-Days money back, 15 Months Warranty and Lifetime Technical Support.
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closed Comments

  • -2

    This one is better value for money, I believe they had PD and QC options

    Not sure if OPs product has Australian Electrical certification, if it doesn't then it's not value for money.

    • +14

      The USB C you've linked only outputs 30w. The OP's does 60w.

      • Also note that both the Tronsmart and Coosa doesn't have QC options.

    • +1

      Yeah, I'm specifically looking for 60W USB C PD for that single port, not 60W combined, so this one is pretty good for me.

  • Can this charge a Nintendo switch?

    • +1

      【USB TYPE-C POWER DELIVERY】60W PD Charger Widely compatible with all USB C devices. Support MacBook Pro, Nexus 5X/6P, Nintendo Switch, Pixel 2 XL , Lumia 950/950XL, Chromebook Pixeland other USB C devices.

      seems like it can.

    • +2

      It should charge the Nintendo Switch, but I recommend getting the Official Nintendo Switch AC Adapter to prevent any future issues (such as bricking, etc).

      • cool. Thanks!

      • People should already have one of those.

        It's not as convenient. If you can charge more devices off the one plug, you can cut some clutter and free up plugs.

        This is also a figure out cable, so you can replace it easily when traveling. I don't know if Switch adapter is the same. I've never charged my Switch using that AC adapter.

  • +1

    Thanks OP - much better than Anker's 30W usb-c PD (not to mention more expensive) version

  • -3

    the titans better value

    and even the xiaomi's cheaper

    • The Tronsmart Titan and Xiaomi Mi USB Charger doesn't have USB-C or USB-C PD output.

      • wrong Xiaomi makes a 6 port c charger….

        • Sorry wasn't aware of the Original Xiaomi Mi USB-C 60W Charger Type-C & USB-A 6 Ports.

          Saying that, it doesn't appear that the Xiaomi 6 Port charger does USB-C PD anyways.

    • Neither of those chargers are comparable.
      The Tronsmart Titan doesn't even have USB-C
      The 60w Xiaomi Mi USB Charger has a max USB-C output of 18w

      • It depends on which Xiaomi USB charger is referring to, the following one has 65W (20V/3.25A) USB PD output,

        Original Xiaomi Power Adapter

        • +2

          And no usb ports.

        • +1


          Nothing's perfect it seems.

  • +1

    I wonder if this is better?
    it's got PD 2.0 + QC 3.0

    I got that one at home that charges my chromebook, my samsung phone and a few other bits and bobs pretty good.
    Though this is cheaper.

    • +1

      Just note that the Kogan Charger is 80W MAX across the 5 ports and only does ~54W USB-C PD.

      Not that much difference between the Kogan and Coosa one, beside the QC.

    • That looks like the best trade off so far. 4X QC 3.0's is quite impressive, and doubly so if it also includes PD. I'm just not sure what Kogan's quality is like. Or who he rebadges if he does so.

      • Here is the rebadged one:

        Seems pretty ok to me, ive had it for maybe 6 months now and its been charging my asus chromebook fine, the charge is quick.
        I think the site states 60w USB-C PD charge but that does not leave much if you use all the other ports

        • It's 80w total, same as the Kogan. That's pretty good. I wish I had one while I was overseas.

          Is it USB-IF certified? Or does that only apply to cables?

        • @lostn: no idea mate! sorry

  • +1

    would this charge the dell xps 15 9550 and pixel xl 2 simultaneously? From what I've read it should charge the laptop slowly but unsure if it'll do the phone at the same time.

    • I'm not sure about simultaneously, but I am looking at getting this for my 9550 as a portable charger. Would've been nice is it had QC3.0 support.

      • It might not charge it if you're gaming or pushing it hard, but off or light load should be fine

  • Thanks! I missed out last time it was recommended and was waiting for it to come back into stock. I also bought this cable: as recommended and hopefully it'll be good enough to charge my X1 Carbon. Hoping I'll be able to charge a phone and laptop simultaneously.

  • Does this come with an AU plug?

    • Yep it does (even though it doesn't show in the pictures), just ordered and received one a week ago from Amazon AU.

  • hmm do I really need this if my laptop still charges with supplied ac…

  • Never heard of this brand before…. will it melt or catch fire?

    • +1


    • Nope,
      If this is the nekteck rebrand like op says and it does look like it since since the only difference is the colour accent
      Its usb if certified so a lot more reliable than random chargers

      • I've been away a while. Is Nekteck the new standard here? i.e. the Eneloop/Xiaomi of USB chargers?

        • Not by a mile. It's just an American company that rebranded this same charger first and got it certified by USB IF. That means the Nektech charger is safe, and this should be safe too.

          There are actually close to a dozen rebrands of this specific charger.

  • +4

    Judging from previous comments, this seems to be a rebadged nekteck charger.

    For those wondering, like me, if this works with XPS, I've copy pasted the relevant reviews of the nekteck below:
    * Dell XPS 13" has the restriction for 3rd party charger, so there might be a warning message(at least 45W) when you plug in this charger. (from nekteck amazon page)
    * Dell XPS 13 (9360) gives the pop up stating charger is not a recognized power adapter of at least 45W, but BIOS says it is getting 45W when plugged in via usb C. Estimated charging time to full seems similar to dell charger as well. .. not sure what is going on, but may have to return. Edit: I was contacted by nekteck Support and they provided pictures of a test they did using their charger in comparison to the original Dell charger with my exact laptop. Their charger output 38W compared to 35W by Dell. They claim the reason for the error message is that Dell puts a limitation on third party chargers. They assured me that their charger is of higher quality and is safe to use.
    * I’m using this adapter with a Leonis MagSafe USB-C adapter. It works well with a 2018 MacBook and also charges a Dell XPS-15 as long as the latter is not running games (in which case it pulls more than 60 watts). I’ve been very happy to have a single adapter that can charge my laptop and provides additional USB-A ports to charge phones or other devices.
    * This charger worked fine for about a month with my Dell XPS 13. Even though the computer gives an error message when it's plugged in, it charges just fine. The computer did seem to get hotter while charging using the Nekteck charger compared to the one that came with my laptop.
    * Charges my dell xps great. Also worked on my sister’s yoga 920, which charges at 65 watts.
    * Works well with my Dell Xps 15 9560, the warning does appear after turning it on and I highly suggest reading it, but it says that for more demanding tasks it will start to draw power from the battery. Better used for light tasks and trickle charge, as a student I can take this with me to charge the laptop and my phone and use the real charger at my dorm for gaming/video editing. Also you can turn off the warning in the bios just make your way down and eventually you'll find it.

  • +1

    Saying $45.99 for me!

    • Me as well

  • +3

    It's gone back to $39.99 if anyone is keen on getting it. Just ordered mine. :)

  • +1

    To be honest I was a bit skeptical of how good it sounded. Got mine for my MacBook Pro 15", it actually charges at about the same speed as the original Apple charger. Great value, love it.

  • -1

    I know this is a smart charger, but this dumb PSU on ebay seems to have much more grunt for the same price.

    Ahh i cant make the link work correctly, need to select the 5V 60A 300W PSU.

    • +2

      Um… how is that relevant?

  • Mine just arrived, I ordered yesterday with free delivery.
    I can confirm it charges my Macbook Pro 13 at full speed while also charging my iPhone.

    Excellent device, I'm never using the official Apple charger again.

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