Tronsmart C3PTA 42W QC 3.0 3 Port Car Charger $5.69 US (~$7.89 AU) Delivered @ GeekBuying

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TRONSMART15

Back again with another deal on a popular Tronsmart car charger. This time around it has 1 port with Qualcomm's Quick Charge 3.0 technology and 2 ports with VoltIQ intelligent charging.

  • Apply the coupon TRONSMART15 at checkout to get it for $5.69 US (~$7.89 AU) delivered

AU$ based on current Mastercard exchange rate. Free shipping included.


What is Quick Charge 3.0 and VoltIQ?

Qualcomm's Quick Charge 3.0 technology is 4x faster than conventional charging and up to 40% quicker than Quick Charge 2.0. It typically charges a compatible device from 0% to 80% in 35 minutes. It achieves this by increasing the voltage from 3.6V to 20V with 200mV increments. This technology is backwards compatible with Quick Charge 2.0 and Samsung AFC which is capable of charging a 3500mAh battery from 0% to 60% in 30 minutes.

VoltIQ is for devices not using QC technology and intelligently charges up to 5V/2.4A in each port.

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    Can anyone comment on if this is good for the iPhone X? My car charger is very slow..

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      AFAIK iPhone use PD, so no fast charging.

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        Correct. A USB-PD car charger is more appropriate for an iPhone X.

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        I have an iPhoneX and whilst using the Apple USB-C to Lightning cable along with a USB-C PD charger is the fastest charge (but you also have to buy the expensive special Apple cable for this).

        I suspect your current car charger only has 5V/1A port(s) on it. The iPhone "should" charge much faster using any of the ports on this (the 5V/2.4A ports or the QC3.0 port) charger and will only be slightly slower than using the more complicated USB-C PD setup.

        e.g. I've tested

        Anker PowerPort+ 60/45W USB-C PD -> iPhoneX and got 13.5W charging
        BlitzWolf BW-S10 30W USB-C PD -> iPhoneX and got 12W charging

        but multiple USB-A ports I've tried which delivers 5V/2A or greater via USB-A (incl QC3.0) and a standard lightning cable charges my iPhone at 9 to 10W (which is granted not quite as fast as the 12/13.5W charging but is still basically double the speed of the 5V/1A charger port)

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    Thanks OP!

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    thanks OP Got one.

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    SLightly off topic, but can anyone suggest a charger which would be good for a Pixel and also has bluetooth to play music from the phone? Our territory is old and doesn't have a bluetooth connection.

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    Thanks @Clear! Have been waiting for a 3-port car charger deal ^____^

    Just ordered one

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    ordered.. and did it with free shipping cause thats how I roll.

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    Do not buy from this seller as i bought tronsmart usb c from them but DOA. They refused to send replacement and asking me to pay postage fee

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      What's your order number? I'm happy to try and get that sorted for you.

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    Thanks OP. Ordered One.

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    is it better to convert with provider than with paypal coversion?

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    It did not say expected delivery ?

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    Nice one, thanks OP!

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    note that i have one of these and it does not QC my note 9, it Quick Charges my s9 tho which is strange.

    **sorry Samsung's Fast Charge <_<

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      did you try another cable? They can be picky that way.

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      i have noticed this with standard wall chargers as well

      using official Samsung cable + QC 3.0 wall brick and only the S phone fast charges, the note does not

      have you tried using the Note 9's cable specifically? i was using the S8's cable (same as s9) as i didnt have the note's cable anymore
      ive even tested using the google pixel cable which can do PD charging but still doesnt fast charge the note

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    I bought one. Thanks OP!

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    Looks good. Has anyone used this on Samsung Galaxy Note 8's and can comment on it's performance?

    Also on a related note, any good cables out there for it?

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    Great price, got one. Thanks, OP!

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    Just curiuos, anyone rec'd theirs yet?

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      still waiting here =) but it's all good cos it did state that Estimated Delivery Time was 30-40 business days, so still within time frames.

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        Cool instantly relaxed :) yeah i did see 30 business days but also saw generally 3 weeks. Thought i would test the waters

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