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20% off Storewide - RAVPower 65W USB C PD Port Wall Charger $47.96 Delivered @ SOBRE eBay Store


For All Type-C & USB Devices

Recharge all Type-C or USB devices that run out of juice with this dual port charger. Power up even your MacBook with the Type-C ports output up to 5V/3A, 9V /3A,12V/3A,15V/3A,20V/2.25A, 20V/3.25A max; whereas the USB port will charge all other devices up to 5V / 2.4A max.

Charge Faster, Charge Smarter

Benefit from the advanced QC 3.0 technology that automatically detects the connected devices' individual input and distribute the total output accordingly to guarantee the fastest charge they can benefit from.

The Only Charger to Travel with

Pack up your MacBook,your Kindle,and that Android smartphone of yours and only bring one wall charger to charge them all back up. With its Type-C and USB dual ports, the charger is compatible with virtually any latest device on the market.

Charging Is Safer Than Ever

Benefit from multiple built-in protections that will keep you safe from over-heating, high current, and voltage-surge. Feel free of charging your devices without worrying of damaging them for good or getting hurt yourself.

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    Will this fast charge a Nintendo switch?

    • +2 votes

      Cudos to rav/sobre for accurately labelling the charging power! 65W on the C port.

      This should charge the switch at full speed, as well as a lot of other devices.


    Looking for 90w USB C for HP elitebook 1040 g4.. any recommendations please ?

  • +1 vote

    What mains connector does this have?
    I am wanting a 2 pin "figure of 8" mains input so I can take it travelling.

  • +1 vote

    How is this one better than something like this (genuinely curious - it popped up on my ebay suggestions)

    • +1 vote

      Along with that seller ratings of 96%, I wouldn't trust this unbranded charger. Better be safe than sorry.


      General rule. Don't buy unbranded transformers. They'll be low quality, and at best just break themselves, likely your device, or at worst short out and catch on fire.


    Do you have any USB-c cables that transfer data at usb3 speed I.e. 5gbps?


    I’d like one that will charge 4 x 26,800 powerbanks at 18w ea. So at least 72w but more evenly distributed instead of having those shyte 12w-only outs.

    Edit: 2 x 30w plus 2 x 18w (86w total) would be ideal for some flexibility.